Touchstone Gold Beet
Beautiful golden-orange skin with yellow striped flesh. Doesn’t bleed and will not stain your fingers. Delicious sweet taste, raw or cooked, as you like it. Keeps its colour when cooked. All parts are edible, the buttery green leaves and yellow stems are almost as good as the gold root.
Very easy to grow, only requires love.
Pkt : 60 seeds.
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Direct sow when all danger of frost is past, in loose and well-drained soil.
Depth : 1 to 2 cm.
Spacing : 10 cm.
Harvest : 53 days.
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Large stump-rooted carrot with a distinctive red-orange core. Short and sweet, resistant to diseases and good for growing in urban gardens. Originally from the Chantenay region of France, this heirloom variety was introduced in the United States at the end of the 19th Century.
Pkt : 800 seeds.
Tigernut, or earth almond, is a crop cultivated for its edible tubers. The small roots have an almond or coconut taste.
Also called yellow nutsedge, the plant is considered a pest in some regions. In Southern Ontario, farmers are desperately trying to get rid of the invasor, in vain. In Quebec, the winters are too cold, the plant dies and cannot reproduce.
Tigernut is used in the preparation of a sweet, milk-like beverage, known in Spain as horchata de chufa. In Africa, it is common at local markets. People eat it as a snack, just like peanut or coconut. It is also used to produce oil, juice, and flour.
It is one of the oldest plants grown in Ancient Egypt. Tigernut was probably an important food source at the time. For instance, during dynastic periods, it was used to make cakes.
Italian red tomato. Heart-shaped fruit with a pointed tip, which inspired its name. Flavorful and dense flesh, perfect for sauces and sandwichs. Very good yields, although it is a late season variety. It is resistant to diseases and will handle transportation and manipulation, I would recommend it for vegetable markets.
One of our top 3!
Pkt : 35 seeds.
Very popular a few generations ago, this winter squash almost disappeared in favor of more productive and standard varieties. Its crooked neck was judged ill-suited for industrial commerce and long distance shipping. To answer the criteria of modern market, the Canada Crookneck was used to develop the Butternut variety.
But Canada Crookneck has a unique flavor. Is is listed on Slow Food Ark of Taste. Excellent in soups, exquisite as chips and fries and so sweet it can be used instead of sweet potato in your recipes.
It is slowly making a comeback, thanks to small seed producers. At Terre Promise we hope to grow, save and spread the Canada Crookneck for many years to come!
Our number 1 squash.
Plant approximately 1,20 meters tall. Fruits between 150 and 250 grams.
This tomato is a cross between Black Krim and Zapotec tomatoes. It combines the best traits of these two heirloom classics. The flavor of the Black Ruffle is exceptional. The red purple fruit is pleated like an accordion. It is a rare variety really worth discovering.
Developped in 1912 at MacDonald College, it remains the most common variety grown in our fields today. Originally used to feed livestock and farm animals, humans also like its taste. Enjoys cold climate and can resist low temperatures. Fall crops taste sweeter after frost.