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Green Globe Artichoke
Cynara scolymus. Leaves are often removed one at a time, and the fleshy base eaten, with hollandaise, vinegar, butter, mayonnaise, aioli, lemon juice, or other sauces. The fibrous upper part of each leaf is usually discarded. The heart is eaten when the inedible choke has been peeled away from the base and discarded. The thin leaves covering the choke are also edible. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Rocket Arugula
One of the most popular new greens for salad mixes, this one might be described as spicy or hot, with a hint of nut. Great fresh or steamed, on pizza, or in salad, and along with italian dishes. Plant a row once a week so you can have a continuous harvest. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Mary Washington Asparagus
Asparagus officinalis. Asparagus has over 80 nutrients and is very easy to grow. Keep trimmed at the end of the year and it will come back the following year. 25 seeds.
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Black Valentine Bush Bean
Introduced by Peter Henderson & Co. in 1897, a winner for heavy early yields and outstanding flavor. Well adapted to our cool temperatures, loaded with sweet succulent round beans in the first picking. Good for freezing, retaining a meaty texture. 6" pods with tendency to curve. Has some drought resistance, though later pickings yield only moderately. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.50
Blue Lake 274 Bush Bean
Phaseolus vulgaris. Dependable delicious variety for the home garden. Excellent quality that yields a heavy crop of tender, tasty beans. Ideal for table use, freezing or canning. Grows 12-18" tall. Full sun. Matures in 58 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.50
Contender Bean
This highly productive, stringless, snap bush bean is great fresh from the garden, frozen, or canned. A very early variety, Contender beans grow on medium-sized plants with 6"-8" pods. The beans are medium-green in color and round-oval in shape. The plant is tolerant of hot weather and mildew. Harvest in 50-60 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.50
Harvester Bush Bean
Phaseolus vulgarus. Harvester bush beans are one of the best bush beans - ever! Excellent flavor and can grow up to 6" long. The pods grow high off the ground for easy picking. Wonderful fresh or canned. Harvest in 50-55 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.50
Top Notch Golden Wax Yellow Bush Bean
A canning favorite, for its beautiful color and snap! Great on salads, and for steaming. BONUS! Zero strings attached to this variety. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.50
White Half Runner Mountaineer Beans
his bean is noted for early maturity and heavy yield. The 5" pods are light green, round, and tender with a sweet flavor. Runners are approimately 3 feet long. May be grown on a trellis or as a bush bean. Resistant to common mosaic. Grows well in average, well drained soil. Harvest in 55 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.50
Bulls Blood Beet
Baby Bull's Blood beets are the only beet variety featuring entirely red roots, stems, and leaves. The globular Cabernet colored roots are topped by stems the color of rhubarb which flow into the leaves which mimic the color of the roots. The color of the leaves intensifies with the plant's maturity. The roots are tender when young with a rich, earthy, sweet flavor. The leaves are also sweet when young. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Chioggia Beet
Beta vulgaris. The chioggia beet came from the Italian coastal town of Chioggia, near Venice. It's been around since the early 19th-century. It tastes just like regular purple beets, maybe a little sweeter. The skin is a hot pink/fuchsia color, and when sliced open, the inside has beautiful pink and white stripes. Like any other beet, it can be prepared the same way; steamed, sauteed, roasted, and pickled. The greens are also edible. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Cylindra Beet
Sweet and tender flavor in all growth stages. This is the beet for beet lovers. It’s cylindrical shape permits higher productivity than regular beets. Perfect for slicing and pickling. The leaves are sweeter than other varieties and excellent greens. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Golden Detroit Beet
Beta vulgaris. Golden Detroit Beets have round, orange roots with non-bleeding color. These beets are sweet and will turn yellow when cooked. These somewhat elongated beets will still taste great when large. Use the leaves for salad greens. Harvest in 55 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Detroit Dark Red Beet
This beet has round, deep red roots, tender and sweet, excellent for canning and freezing. 25 seeds.
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Ruby Queen Beet
Beta vulgaris. Beets are not only grown for their roots but their greens are even better nutritionally. Though they prefer cool weather they can grow in a wide range of conditions. They can be easily canned, pickled or frozen for year round eating. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Di Cicco Sprouting Broccoli
Brassica oleracea. Di Ciccio broccoli is an Italian heirloom variety, which forms a little different from conventional broccoli. The Di Ciccio broccoli produces sizable heads and more side shoots, due to harvesting practices. It has slender green stems with mini florets forming from the shoots. Di Ciccio broccoli offers a green earthy flavor. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Purple Sprouting Broccoli
Brassica oleracea. Purple-sprouting broccoli has great flavor, a long harvesting season and is extremely good for you. A single portion provides half your daily requirement of carotenoids, plus high levels of folic acid and vitamins A and C. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Spring Rapini Rabe Broccoli
Although it has broccoli's name, broccoli raab is not related to broccoli. It is, however, closely related to turnips which is probably why the leaves look like turnip greens. Lots of broccoli-like buds appear here and there but a head never forms. It is grown as much for its long-standing, tasty mustard-like tops as for their multiple small florets with clusters of broccoli-like buds. 25 seeds.
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Waltham 29 Broccoli
Brassica oleracea. An increasingly popular nutritious vegetable. Delicious when eaten raw, steamed, cooked or stir fried. Easy to grow and productive in the home garden. This variety grows well in cool climates. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Long Island Improved Brussel Sprouts
Brassica oleracea. Long Island Improved Brussel Sprouts. Brussel sprouts are like little cabbages. They grow in little 1 to 2 inch balls around a 20" plant spike. They will mature from the bottom up and can be hand picked as they ripen. Often grown so that it is harvested in the fall. Full sun. Germination 5-10 days, sowing depth 1/4" deep, space plants 18" apart. Space rows 3 feet apart. Full sun. Harvest in 80-90 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Bok Choy White Stem Cabbage
Brassica rapa. Bok choy is also called Chinese cabbage. This Chinese vegetable is a cool weather vegetable. They do not do well during the heat of summer and, therefore, they do best in the spring and fall. You can get two crops a year, in the spring and in the fall. If you are planting bok choy indoors, you want to start it before the last frost and then transplant your growing bok choy two weeks later. This vegetable is great in soups, salads and stir-fries. It is very fresh, crisp and versatile. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Copenhagen Cabbage
This early variety forms round, solid heads 15-20cm (6-8″) in diameter, making it the largest early round-head cabbage for summer harvest. Copenhagen Market has good keeping ability, excellent uniformity, and rich flavour. This variety is outstanding for coleslaw. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Danish Ballhead Cabbage
Danish Ballhead Cabbage is an excellent large cabbage growing 6-10 lb heads! Great for cold celler storing. Also great for kraut, slaw, or cooking. 25 seeds.
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Golden Acre Cabbage
A compact, small leafed variety of excellent quality. Head hardens early. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Late Flat Dutch Cabbage
Brassica oleracea. A standard giant head cabbage, producing large 10-15 lb heads that have a delicious flavor and store well. The leaves are excellent for wrapping and can be harvested while the head continues to grow. One of the best winter keepers. 25 seeds.
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Napa Michihili Heading Cabbage
Brassica pekinensis. Michihili Cabbage is a Chinese cabbage with mild, delicate flavor. The cylindrical, leafy head is used in Asian cuisine and as a substitute in any recipes needing cabbage. Michihili is high in Vitamin C important for strengthening our bones. Tasty and good for you. Harvest heads after they firm up and are solid but not too hard. Cut just above the soil surface. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Red Acre Cabbage
Red acre cabbage produces heads about 5-6" across and weighs 2-3 lb. Full of healthy vitamins and minerals. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Savoy Perfection Cabbage
Brassica oleracea. This variety is a large, drumhead storage cabbage. Savoy leaf cabbages are perfect for summer slaw dishes and bright in winter soups. The heads are more open and loose than traditional European cabbage, with better, more complex flavor. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Edisto 47 Cantaloupe
Edisto 47 Cantaloupe vines produce 3-5 pound fruits with sugary, salmon-colored flesh. This disease-resistant variety has large leaves and grows vigorously. It grows well almost anywhere. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Hales Best Jumbo Cantaloupe
Hale's Best will be your best, too! An excellent sweet melon with salmon orange flesh and a large seed cavity, weighing about 5 lbs. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Hearts of Gold Cantaloupe
The Hearts of Gold cantaloupe is a delicious and easy-to-grow heirloom variety of muskmelon with orange flesh and tan, netted skin. Producing 5–7″ round fruit that weigh 3–5 pounds each, this cantaloupe is valued for its early ripening, high productivity, and blight resistance. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Imperial 45 Cantaloupe
Big yields of round, netted melons with sweet, thick, salmon flesh. Keeps well. Tolerates hot and humid growing reas. Germination 5-10 days, sowing depth ½” deep, space seeds 2” apart, space rows 4 feet apart. Harvest in 87 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Minnesota Midget Cantaloupe
Minnesota Midget is a fantastic early maturing variety developed by the University of Minnesota for short summers. The compact vines grow to approximately 4 feet and set small fruit, 5 to 6" in diameter. The fruit weigh from 3/4 to 1 1/2 lbs. This melon has incredibly sweet orange flesh that is edible to the rind. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Atomic Red Carrot
A long, red carrot rich in vitamins and minerals. It is especially high in the anti-oxidant lycopene, which is also found in tomatoes. When raw, its roots are light pink and somewhat rough in appearance. When peeled and cooked, the carrots turn blood red in color. Its flavor and texture are also significantly improved by cooking. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Danvers 126 Carrot
Danvers is a vigorous, red-orange carrot, 7"-8" long, with slightly tapered, broad shoulders. It is heat tolerant and performs consistently in many types of soils. Danvers' strong top makes it easy to pull from the ground. A good keeper. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Imperator 58 Carrot
The sweetest of all, yielding the most flavorful carrot sticks. 9" long, 1-1/2" in diameter. Rich orange color with a uniform tapering shape. 25 seeds.
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Little Finger Carrot
Daucus carota var. sativus. Little Finger is a very popular choice. An extremely tender and sweet baby carrot excellent for eating fresh, canned or pickled. Typical carrot shape, cylindrical with blunt tips, 3" long x 1" wide. Can be planted into summer. Simply plant every 2 to 3 weeks until 2 months prior to first autumn frost. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Rainbow Blend Carrot
Heirloom. Want to get your kids to eat their carrots? Plant this quick growing vegetable and have them pull up a color surprise! Mix of purple, yellow, red and white carrots are sure to delight! 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Royal Chantenay Carrot
Daucus carota var.sativus. This variety is noted for its rich rolor and sweet, crunchy thick flesh. Performs well in poor soil! Grows to approximately 5 1/2" long when mature. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
St. Valery Carrot
Daucus carota. Also known as James Scarlet, Saint Valery Carrot is a large, 10- to 12-inch long heirloom with bright red-orange roots that are crunchy, and oh-so-sweet! Easy to grow and chock-full of nutrition. Harvest in 65-70 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Tendersweet Carrot
Daucus carota. Quite simply, Tendersweet is the sweetest carrot available. Large carrots measure 9-10" long and are coreless. Extremely crispy making them perfect for using for scrumptious carrot sticks. Deep orange skin makes Tendersweet as appealing to look at as it is to eat! Harvest in 70 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Champion Collards
Brassica oleracea. ollards tolerate more heat and frost than any other member of the cabbage family. Champion collards are a trusty, widely adapted variety. The dark green leaves a have a delicious cabbage flavor. This is a great variety for over-wintering and holds up to two weeks longer than many other collards. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Georgia Collards
Top producer of tender, mild flavored greens with reliable, heavy yields. Long, loosely-held leaves are dark green with stark white midribs. Smoother leaves, whiter midribs, shorter internodes and large habit than Champion. Thrives where it’s too hot for other cold crops. Old-time favorite introduced before 1880; variable leaf shape. non heading, grows up to 36" tall, heat tolerant. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Bloody Butcher Corn
Bloody Butcher is an old dent-type corn has been grown in the United States since at least 1845. The stalks reach ten to twelve feet tall with two to six ears of corn per stalk. The kernels are striped red or dark red on pink to red cobs. An occasional white ear may appear. Can be used for roasting or frying when young but generally used for flour or corn meal. Good flavored. Harvest in 120 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.50
Country Gentleman Corn
Zea mays. Country Gentleman corn was introduced around 1890 by Frank Woodruff & Sons. This old heirloom corn was what the old timers called "shoe peg" corn. Country Gentleman is characterized by its tightly packed, but uneven rows of kernels. The corn ears reach 7-8 inches long and produce a sweet white kernel. Corn plants reach 8' tall and produces many tillers. Heavy yields, as it is common to have three or more ears per plant. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.50
Golden Bantam 8 Corn
Zea mays. Golden Bantam Corn was introduced to the corn market by W. Atlee Burpee in 1902. Golden Bantam Corn has a fantastic sweet flavor that is great for fresh eating or freezing. This has been the family standard for sweet corn for generations now and there is a good reason for that. Golden Bantam Corn is reliable, adaptable and very sweet for an open pollinated heirloom corn. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.50
Stowell's Evergreen Corn
Zea mays. An old heirloom and still one of the most popular open pollinated sweet white corns. Ears grow to 9", with white and slightly yellowed kernels having great flavor. Once extensively grown commercially and still holds up very well for the home gardener. Harvest in 80-100 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.50
Armenian Cucumber
Armenian Cucumbers are very thin and skinned and always mild. No more bitterness! A pale green color with corduroy like ribs. Excellent in salads or just all alone. No peeling needed. If grown on a trellis, will grow straight; if on the ground, will resemble a snake's coil. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Ashley Cucumber
Cucumis sativus. An excellent choice for slicing, the Ashley is the perfect choice for fresh salads, sliced sweet or dill pickle recipes, or for your favorite dip or vinegar marinade. Resistant to downey mildew which is prevalent in high humidity regions. Harvest in 65 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Boston Pickling Cucumber
Cucumis sativus. Make your own pickles! The Boston Pickling Cucumber is a dark green, blunt ended fruit 5 to 6" long and 2 to 3" in diameter. Immensely productive too! Harvest frequently when the cucumbers are succulent and green. Try fresh from the garden or pickled! 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Lemon Cucumber
Lemon Cucumber is a dual plant. If picked young, it can be used for pickling. If allowed to grow to full size, it can be a slicing cucumber. It is ripe when the fruit turns yellow. This is a decorative novelty that is tasty too! 20 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Muncher Cucumber
This high quality slicing variety is a standout for its early maturity, bitter free flavor and attractive, bright green glossy fruits. The 6 to 8 inch long fruits mature up to 2 wks earlier than other slicers with a mild flavor and crunchy texture. An excellent choice for fresh eating and for salads. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Spacemaster Cucumber
Extremely popular! The Spacemaster Bush is a real space saver because of its compact habit. Now anyone can grow cucumbers, even if you live in the city or in an apartment. Spacemaster is a dark green, smooth fruit about 7 to 8" in length. Yields more than most varieties. Enjoy the cool flavor in summer salads and sandwiches. Keep picked for continued yield. Resistant to scab and mosaic. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Straight Eights Cucumber
Cucumis sativus. The most popular of all home garden cucumbers for slicing. Plants are extremely prolific, bearing dark green 8 inch cylindrical fruits. Grown on our farm, open pollinated. 20 seeds
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Black Beauty Eggplant
The Black Beauty eggplant grows deep purple fruits up to 6 inches long. The flesh is smooth and pale yellow. Plant can grow up to 3 feet tall. The Black Beauty makes a great eggplant for growing in the garden. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Green Curled Ruffec Endive
The 15 inch, prostrate plant has large, curled, deeply cut leaves. Leaves are dark green and about the same size as leaf lettuce. Excellent greens for salad, but also boiled or steamed. Heart blanches to creamy white. To blanche heart, tie up outer leaves 2-3 weeks before harvest. Resistant to cold wet weather. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Lacinato Kale
Unique blue-green savoyed leaf. This variety has surprisingly tender texture, great for raw kale salads and the darkest blue-green leaf color of any kale. Flavor sweetens after frost. Improved vigor, yield and hardiness. 30 days for baby and 60 for full size. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Large American Flag Leek
Allium porrum. The leek produces a long cylinder of bundled leaf sheaths which are generally blanched by pushing soil around them (trenching). They are often sold as small seedlings in flats which are started off early in greenhouses, to be planted out as weather permits. Once established in the garden, leeks are hardy; many varieties can be left in the ground during the winter to be harvested as needed. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce Leaf
Lactuca sativa. This looseleaf variety is also one of the fastest lettuces to maturity, completing its growth cycle within 45-60 days. Baby greens can be harvested in less than a month after germination in many growing environments. Black Seeded Simpson is also one of the more durable greens, and will show good resistance to heat, cold, infestation and other potential problems. The light-green leaves are especially juicy, and are suitable for salad and other dishes. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Buttercrunch Lettuce
Lactuca sativa. Compact butterhead-type head lettuce is productive, heat tolerant and slow to bolt. Mildly flavored leaves. Long-Lasting butterhead type head lettuce. This lettuce has a mild, sweet flavor, not bitter. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Cimmaron Romaine Lettuce
Large red romaine with rosy outer leaves and bright green interior. Very tender and silky with soft leaves and crunchy stems, similar to Jericho. An absolute favorite in our trials. More heat tolerant than most red romaines we’ve tried but does not fill out as well late in the season. Spring crop. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Gourmet Mix Lettuce
A mixture of favorite lettuce varieties from across the spectrum of lettuce types. Plant heavy and start harvest early for baby greens then allow some to grow on for plenty of variety for salads. A great way to get a lot out of little space. Harvest in 35-70 days. 50 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Grand Rapids Lettuce
Lactuca sativa. Early. This variety is hardy and disease resistant. Plants are large, upright and compact. Light green and large full leaves are tender and sweet. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Iceberg Lettuce
Lactuca sativa. Big, compact heads have succulent, curly leaves with a mild flavor. Tender and sweet, never tastes bitter. Germination 10-14 days, sowing depth ¼” deep, space seeds 1” apart, space rows 18” apart. 65-85 days to harvest. 25 seeds
Price: $1.00
Parris Island Romaine Lettuce
This popular romaine has upright growth to 10 inches with large, thick medium green slightly rumpled leaves with creamy white centers. Tender, crisp and sweet flavored. It is tolerant to many lettuce diseases and is slow bolting. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Ruby Red Leaf Lettuce
Deep red color on the ends of the crisp, crumpled leaves. Very decorative. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Canary Yellow Melon
Cucumis melo. Sometimes referred to as a Juan Canary melon, the melon is characterized by a deep rich yellow outer skin. The meat is usually a green that is slightly paler than found with honeydew melons, and in some cases, it may appear to be almost white with just a hint of green. With a strong and pleasing aroma, the canary is not as sweet as many varieties of melons, but has a tendency to enhance the taste of other fruits when mixed into fruit salads. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Crenshaw Melon
Cucumis melo. These melons can weigh up to ten pounds and deliver a unique sweet and spicy flavor. Peak season for Crenshaw melons is August through September, with the fruit season beginning in July and ending in October. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Honeydew Green Flesh Melon
Cucumis melo. Produces large 6 lb fruit measuring 7.5 X 7 inches. Excellent flavor, light green flesh, creamy white rind. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Honeydew Orange Flesh Melon
These melons have the best of both worlds: orange flesh with a taste of both honeydew and cantaloupe. These melons are sweet and refreshing and are a wonderful addition to breakfast. Also try them with a sprinkle of ginger, salt, or a squeeze of lemon or lime. These melons add sweetness to fruit salads or in refreshing drinks, such as fruit punches or daiquiris. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Florida Broadleaf Mustard
Brassica juncea. This plant produces good yields of flavorful green mustard leaves which are large flat, oval leaves to 2 ft long and 1 ft wide, and is easy to clean. Mustard greens are one of the easiest vegetables to grow. They can be planted a little before last frost in spring or after the hottest weather in autumn.This variety bolts slower than other varieties. Excellent greens used in salads, sandwiches, or cooked. A traditional Southern favorite. Harvest in 40 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Osaka Purple Mustard
Brassica juncea. Purple color becomes more intense as leaves mature. Similar to Red Giant with less colorful veins and a cupped leaf that makes washing easier and salads more lofty. Spicy mustard flavor. Adds color to mixes. Cold tolerant. Harvest in 40 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Wasabi Mustard
This mustard has large green leaves with wavy edges and a fun wasabi-like bite. Easy to grow, this mustard is also cold hardy and vigorous. Don't be mistaken, this is not the actual Japanese wasabi plant, but a great mustard to use fresh in spring rolls, on sandwiches, in stir fry, or traditional mustard-green dishes. Try it at the microgreen stage (7 to 14 days) for a zing on sandwiches or in salads. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Clemson Spineless Okra
Abelmoschus esculentus. Clemson Spineless Okra is a popular health food due to its high fiber, vitamin C, and folate content. Okra is also known for being high in antioxidants and is also often eaten as part of a weight loss diet since it is both fat-free and cholesterol-free. Okra is also a good source of calcium and potassium. Very easy to grow too! 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Borettana Yellow Onion
Allium cepa. Also known as Cipollini. Italian heirloom that is traditionally pickled. Flat bulbs with yellow-bronze skin grow up to 4" in diameter. Firm sweet flesh with a delicate flavor. Best used fresh during the summer; ideal for kabobs when harvested at 2" diameter. Long-day type. 60 days from transplant. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Red Burgundy Onion
Allium Cepa. Red Burgundy onions produce larger, flattened globes 3 to 4 inches in diameter that make excellent slicers. This is a short day variety that is resistant to Botryis and Pink Rot. Harvest in 100 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Red of Florence Onion
Long Red Florence onions seeds produce a mild sweet flavored onion that can either be pulled young as spring onions or allowed to mature for August cropping. The elongated bulbs have a red skin and are ideal for casseroles or salads. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Southport Red Globe Onion
Allium cepa. This high-yielding red onion produces large, firm bulbs with a glossy, purple-red skin and pink-tinged flesh. The flavor is pungent, yet not too spicy. Good for Northern gardens, a long day type. One of the best red onions for storage. Harvest in 110 to 120 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Tokyo Long White Onion
The Tokyo Long White Bunching Onion (Asian) – or Scallion – is an extremely tasty Japanese variety that grows well throughout the United States. Produces lovely white stalks with green leaves. Use them in soups, stir-fries, and omelettes. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Tropeana Lunga Onion
These beautiful long, tall bulbs have a lovely shade of red with a and taste wonder. Long keeping onion. It's great for your own delight or to sell at markets as an unusual find! 25 seeds.
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Utah Yellow Sweet Spanish Onion
Allium cepa. Intermediate day type. Large bulbs sometimes weighing a pound or more. Skin is a straw color and the flesh is white. Sweet and mild flavored. Has fair storage characteristics. Well adapted to the Western States. Plant very early in the spring in a sunny location as soon as the ground may be cultivated and enriched with organic material. Press soil firmly over seeds. Allow plant tops to fall and die before harvesting. Smaller bulb sets can be stored to replant next year. Harvest in 115 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Walla Walla Onion
Allium cepa. These large onions are renowned for their mild flavor as soon as they come out of the ground. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Yellow of Parma Onion
Allium cepa. Late season variety from Italy known for its long storage life. Growers report still having a store of onions from last year when planting time arrived the following spring. The flavor will get spicier the longer the onion is in storage, but they start out very mild and sweet. A long-day type, this variety does best in colder climates farther from the equator. The uniform bulbs are large and round, with white flesh and golden skin, and grow to about 1 lb each. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Purple Orach
Atriplex hortensis. This stunning Purple Orach is great for edible landscaping and is nutty in flavor. Heat tolerant, treated JUST like spinach. An up an coming competitor against "heat tolerant" spinach varieties. Gaining popularity in health food stores as well for its nutrient dense powerhouse. Start growing indoors for microgreens and outdoors for the full plant. Great on salads, cooked meals and even smoothies. Harvest in 45 days. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Italian Dark Green Flat Parsley
Most widely used as a garnish in dishes. This plant is easy to grow, place in a window sill for easy to find herbs for cooking. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Harris Early Model Parsnips
You may have already guessed it by the shape, size, and color, but just to be clear, the parsnip is indeed a close relative of the carrot. Until the potato arrived to the New World, the parsnip (along with other root vegetables, like the turnip) were used in soups, stews, and stocks to develop flavor and act as a thickening agent. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Alaska Peas
Leading early canning variety. Plant produces yields of small light green sweet peas. One of the earliest producing peas with vines 2 ½ feet tall. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.50
Early Frosty Pea
Pisum sativum. This open pollinated variety earned its name because it is fast-maturing and cold-hardy. The vigorous, wilt resistant, 28 inch vines yield heavy crops of 3.5 to 4 inch blunt double pods that each contain 7 to 8 uniform, dark green, medium sized peas of excellent quality and sweetness. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.50
Laxton Progress Peas
Pisum sativum. Plant produces good yields of quality dark green sweet peas. Pods have 6 to 8 peas per pod. A remarkable high quality variety that is wilt tolerant. Suitable for home garden and market growers. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.50
Little Marvel Pea
Garden Pea Type. Little Marvel Peas have unusually fine sweetness and flavor when picked young. Dwarf 18-20" vines are high in yields with 3" blunt ended pods that are filled with 5-6 plump berries. This is an early one and develops its seeds quickly. Needs no trellis. Harvest in 63 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.50
Oregon Sugar Pod II Peas
Pisum sativum. Small vines grow 24 to 30” tall with no staking needed. Tender pods cook up sweet and crunchy. Freezes well, with no loss of color or flavor. Can eat both peas and pods. Wonderful raw, steamed, or stir fried. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Sugar Daddy Pea
Pisum sativum. This is the first truly stringless podded pea. The compact plants produce delicious, 3" long deep green pods on 2-3’ vines. Resists powdery mildew and pea leaf roll virus. Great eaten fresh off the vine, in dips and salads or stir-fried. Sugar Daddy freezes and cooks well without splitting open. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.50
California Wonder Pepper
The California Wonder sweet bell pepper is an heirloom variety introduced in 1928. Its fruit can be harvested while green or left to ripen to bright crimson red. Mature peppers will be 3–4″ long with thick walls and 3 or 4 lobes, weighing an average of 6 ounces. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Jalapeno Hot Pepper
Capsicum annuum. The jalapeno pepper plant is a member of the hot pepper family and shares company with other fiery hot varieties such as tobacco, cayenne and cherry. Jalapenos are the only pepper that is not allowed to fully ripen and change color before being picked. Easy to grow! 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Sweet Banana Pepper
An AAS Bronze Medal winner for 1941 and still extremely popular. Large, pointed fruits measure 6-7" long and 1-1/2" across. The mild yellow peppers ultimately turn brilliant red. A favorite for pickling. 25 seeds.
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Connecticut Field Pumpkin
Cucurbita pepo. Connecticut Field Pumpkins are considered to be the original Halloween pumpkin, this heirloom variety produces large, bright orange, slightly ribbed fruits that range from 15 to 30 lbs each. 20 seeds.
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Howden Pumpkin
The original Jack O’ Lantern, with rich orange color, deep ridges and good, sturdy handles. The most popular pumpkin in its class among both commercial growers and home gardeners! Sizes up reliably and is tolerant to black rot. Developed in the Berkshire Mountains in the late 60’s by John Howden. Harvest in 115 days. Grows up to 25 lbs. 20 seeds
Price: $1.50
Jack O'Lantern
Wonderful for Halloween carving and cooking. Pumpkins are medium sized, round to elongated in shape. It has a fine taste as well. Harvest in 105 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Sugar Baby Pumpkin
Sugar Baby Pumpkins are small and easy to decorate! They make excellent baby food and/or pies. The orange color of pumpkin tells us that it is rich in beta-carotene, an important anti-oxidant that the body converts to vitamin A. It also contains vitamin C, potassium and calcium. 20 seeds.
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Radicchio
Radicchio is a quick growing Mediterranean red-colored leafy vegetable. It actually is one of the varieties of leaf-chicory employed in salads in Veneto region of Italy for centuries. Its wine-red succulent, bitter flavored leaves hold several unique compounds along with several vitamins. minerals, and antioxidants.
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Champion Radish
This radish is an excellent cooler weather variety for short season climates. Champion is a bright red, crisp, round radish with large tops. A good choice for early or late plantings. Great for eating fresh, in salads or for garnishes. 25 seeds.
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Cherry Belle Radish
One of the earliest radishes. Its crisp, tender flesh and extremely attractive color make it highly desirable for the garden or greenhouse. High in Vitamin C. 25 seeds.
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Crimson Giant Radish
Plant produces good yields of giant radishes. They are very flavorful. A good all around variety. Suitable for spring or fall harvest. 25 seeds.
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Easter Egg Blend Radish
Raphanus sativus. Brighten your salad and vegetable tray with Easter Egg Radish. A colorful, mild texture of red, purple and white globe type radishes. Excellent firm, crisp quality. An easy to grow plant in the garden or as a container vegetable. Sow seed every 2 weeks for continual harvest. Radishes grow best during the cooler parts of the growing season. They also prefer a fairly rich soil and to be kept fairly moist. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
White Icicle Radish
White Icicle radishes have a mildly hot flavor. They are white and about 6 inches long, maturing in about 20 days. This variety of radish requires well-cultivated soil as it has deeper roots than other varieties. 25 seeds.
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American Purpletop Rutabaga
Brassica napus. Purple top rutabagas are different from turnips, they are a cross between cabbage and a turnip. Thus they have more of a cabbage taste and are related to a kohlrabi. They are very easy to grow too. The roots are white to yellow in color with a purple top. Produces a large sweet root that can be eaten raw or cooked. Tops can also be cooked like spinach or used fresh in salads. Plant a row for the greens and another row for the roots. Also plant an early spring crop and a fall crop. Harvest in 90 days. 25 seeds.
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Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach
Spinach is best grown in cool weather, plant it as soon as the ground can be worked. Leaves are glossy dark green. It is great in salads or cooked. 25 seeds.
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Giant Noble Spinach
Spinacia oleracea. Possibly the largest variety of spinach around, Giant Noble produces large plants that can grow to 2 ft in diameter! Leaves are tender, tasty, and perfect for all the usual spinach uses. This popular variety dates back well into the early 1900's. 25 seeds.
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Mustard Tendergreen Spinach
A heavy producer, Tendergreen is a cross between mustard and spinach that can be harvested 40 days after sowing. Tendergreen is one of the better varieties for greens with its mild flavor and drought resistance! Glossy green leaves can be used fresh or cooked. This variety self-sows freely, deadhead if you don't want volunteer seedlings! Attractive to bees, butterflies, and/or birds. Resistant to deer and suitable for growing in containers! 25 seeds.
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Vegetable Spaghetti Winter Squash
Spaghetti squash is a winter squash vine which looks similar to a pumpkin vine. When cooked, the flesh of the fruit of the spaghetti squash can be broken up into strands which look like spaghetti. It is a rather tasteless vegetable too, so it can be used in much the same way as you would use spaghetti - fun for kids and great for those on a low-carb diet! 20 seeds.
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Fordhook Giant Swiss Chard
Beta vulgaris. Also known as chard or silver beet, Swiss chard is one of several leafy vegetables commonly referred to as "greens." This tall plant is a member of the beet family, and it's grown for both its tender green leaves and celery-like stalks. Similar in flavor to spinach and beets, chard is pungent, bitter and slightly salty. The perfect green to grow even in hot weather. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Rainbow Mix Swiss Chard
Chard can be harvested while the leaves are young and tender, or after maturity, when they are larger and have slightly tougher stems. It is mainly used in salads. High in vitamins A, K and C. 25 seeds.
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Ruby Red Swiss Chard
Ruby Red chard will beautify your garden as well as your plate! A vigorous grower with a long growing season, it will provide fresh greens from early summer into fall, and year-round in mild climates. Packed with vitamins and minerals; young leaves are great for salads; any size leaves can be steamed, stir-fried, added to lasagna, omelets, soups and stews, and mixed with other greens. Good container variety. 25 seeds.
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Ace 55 Tomato
Solanum lycopersicum. Ace 55 is a low acid tomato that produces good yields on large, 12 oz fruits. This is a meaty tomato that is good for slicing, salads, or made into sauce for your favorite dish. Ace 55 is a determinate plant. Mulching helps maintain consistent moisture. 20 seeds.
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Anna Russian Tomato
Solanum lycopersicum. Large, juicy pinkish-red heart shaped tomatoes consistently weigh 1 lb. or just under. Flavor is superb. Small foliage and wispy vines are typical of oxheart-type tomatoes, but this one is distinctive for its size, earliness, and juicy outstanding taste. Indeterminate. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.50
Arkansas Traveler Tomato
Lycopersicon esculentum. Incredibly delicious, these flavorful, rose-pink heirloom tomatoes produce 5-7 oz. fruits. Tolerant of high heat and humidity; resistant to cracking. Indeterminate. 65-75 days to maturity. 20 seeds.
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Beefsteak Tomato
Solanum lycopersicum. These are also known as Red Ponderosa or Crimson Cushion. Produces huge, delicious, ribbed fruit on vigorous vines. The largest varieties of cultivated tomatoes, some weighing 1 lb or more. Most are pink or red cultivated among home growers for sandwich making. 25 seeds.
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Cherokee Purple Tomato
Lycopersicon esculentum. Cherokee purple tomato is known for its large size and great taste. This plant came from the Cherokee tribe and has great color and beauty. This plant produces large dark red to purple tomatoes up to 1 lb in weight! 20 seeds.
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Large Cherry Tomato
A highly productive variety that is a tasty addition to summer salads. 25 seeds.
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Cuostralee Tomato
Solanum lycopersicum. A French beefsteak heirloom that produces heavy quantities of huge (1-2 lbs.), red, blemish-free fruits that have intense, balanced flavors. Fruits are typically 4-inches across. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.50
Kentucky Beefsteak Tomato
Far more sweet than acidic. Not many seeds , not much juice, just meat. Outstanding! Fairly smooth, extra large and deep orange colored fruit that can weight up to 2 lb. Harvest in 115 days. 20 seeds.
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Mr Stripey Tomato
Lycopersicon lycopersicum. This unique heirloom dates back to the 1800’s and was brought here by the Virginian Mennonites from the old country. Vigorous indeterminate vines produce large, 1-3 lb., yellow fruit that have red streaks running throughout them. The fruit are deep oblate in shape and have a rough shoulder.
Mr Stripey Tomato flavor and color make it one of the most popular heirlooms available. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.50
Riesentraube Tomato
Solanum lycopersicum. Prolific producer of 1" round red grape-type tomatoes with a slight point on the blossom end. Fruit is borne on clusters of 20-40 tomatoes. Staking or caging is needed for this variety. One plant can produce up to 200-300 tomatoes in a season. It can be grown in a container. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.50
Roma Tomato
Roma tomato, also known as an Italian tomato. Perfect for making sauces and canning! This tomato is meaty with little seeds. Excellent in salads as well. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Rutger Tomato
Medium globe, smooth firm tomatoes ideal for slicing or canning. Wonderful flavor. Plant produces heavy yields of 7 oz red tomatoes. Excellent for slicing, sauce, and paste. 25 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Tigerella Tomato
Tigerella has a tangy, rich, delicious flavor. The unique red and orange striped fruit is highly productive. Best to use a tomato cage or stakes. Tasty sliced, canned and fresh. Great in any salad! Yields are high even in cool summers. 20 seeds.
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Crimson Sweet Watermelon
Citrullus lanatus. This full-season beauty has crisp, red flesh with excellent flavor. Crimson Sweet is a nearly round, mid-size (15-25 lbs.) watermelon with almost equal amounts of dark and light green striping. The seeds are small and brown in color. Ideal for home gardens. Harvest in 85 days. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.00
Jubilee Watermelon
Citrullus lanatus. This is a sweet juicy red-fleshed watermelon that averages about 30-40 lbs! Dark green stripes on the outside. Oblong shape. This variety is open pollinated, meaning you can save the seeds each year and re-plant your own. Fruits measure about 13" by 24" and should mature 95 days from planting. Great summer treat! 20 seeds.
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Sugar Baby Watermelon
this compact watermelon is sweetly mouthwatering. The high-producing plants make small, bowling-ball-like fruit bursting with sweet flavor. What's good about the size is that this variety will not have to fight for space in your icebox or your garden, unlike other larger varieties. Picnic-perfect, small-space-taker, big flavor. 20 seeds.
Price: $1.00