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  • African Marigold

    African Marigold

    $2.50

    A low growing border plant with bright colored flowers in yellow, orange, and red. Flowers (and leaves) are edible and taste similar to watercress, add them to salad for a punch of color. Prefers cool, mild conditions. Easy to grow and blooms quickly. Thin to 6″ – 12″ apart. Pack covers approximately 10 sq ft if broadcast.


  • Arugula seeds

    Arugula

    $2.50

    These gourmet greens thrive in cool weather. It will be one of the first greens of spring if left in the garden to reseed. Arugula’s oakleaf-shaped leaves grow in a loose bunch and taste peppery. The edible flowers make an attractive garnish and add flavor also.


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    Basil Genovese

    $2.50

    This classic Italian basil is most often used for making pesto. It has a sweet fragrance and is slow to bolt. Its large, green leaves average 2″ long.


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    Bean Bush Blue Lake

    $2.50

    This dark-green bean has been a standard for over 40 years. High yields of 6″ smooth, straight, and stringless pods. Unbeatable flavor! Blue Lake is a long-time favorite for freezing, canning, and fresh use. This is a great variety for the home gardener or small scale grower.  The bush plants set heavy yields of flavorful pods that are tender and crisp. Developed in 1961 from the Pole Blue Lake.


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    Bean Bush French Garden

    $2.50

    Bush bean. Long thin podded French bush bean, selected for home garden cultivation. The vines produce 6-7 inch long, stringless pods. These dark green beauties are very tender and sweet.


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    Bean Bush Golden Wax

    $2.50

    Bush. Stringless deep yellow wax pole bean with vigorous vines. A tasty bean for eating fresh, caning, and freezing. Pods are round, straight, 4″-6″ long, tender and meaty. Good for Northern climates. Early, dependable bushes produce white seed with purple-brown eyes.


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    Bean Bush Royalty Purple Pod

    $2.50

    Purple bushes with short runners and purple flowers. Bright-purple stringless 5″-6″ pods cook to dark green. Buff colored seeds germinate in cold, wet soil. Bred by E.M. Meader at the University of New Hampshire and introduced in 1957.


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    Bean Bush Tendergreen

    $2.50

    Bush bean. Snap. Heirloom. This is an all purpose, brownish-purple bean for home or market recommended for eating fresh, canning, and especially freezing. Plants are strong, erect, and vigorous. The 6″ pods are dark green, round, meaty, and stringless. This variety has an extended season and is a heavy yielder even in hot temperatures.


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    Bean Pole Ohio Cutshort

    $2.50

    Pole bean. 3 to 4 inch pods, high yields of tender pods. Extremely productive. Pick young to keep production high and to prevent stringy pods.


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    Bean Pole Rattlesnake

    $2.50

    Pole bean. Heirloom. Rattlesnake beans are named for their purple streaked pods that resemble a rattlesnake’s skin. This versatile bean is tasty as a green bean or as a dry bean with a flavor like a pinto bean. The productive vines have high yields of stringless, 7 inch long pods.


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    Bean Pole Scarlet Runner

    $2.50

    Pole bean. Heirloom. Plant this scarlet flowering vine and stand back. Growing at least 6′-8′ in a season, this productive vine produces green snap beans, and the flowers attract hummingbirds if you don’t eat them first. Keep picking the delicious bean pods all summer long to promote more flowers. For dried beans, pick mature pods.


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    Beet Bull’s Blood

    $2.50

    This is a fine mid-season variety with a rich, dark-red interior and uniform 3″ shape. An early variety, Detroit Dark Red beets store well and are also good for canning and freezing. The dark-green leaves, striped with red, are wonderful braised or in salads.


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    Beet Detroit Dark Red

    $2.50

    This is a fine mid-season variety with a rich, dark-red interior and uniform 3″ shape. An early variety, Detroit Dark Red beets store well and are also good for canning and freezing. The dark-green leaves, striped with red, are wonderful braised or in salads.


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    Broccoli Calabrese

    $2.50

    Heirloom. Delicious, bluish-green close-beaded heads can reach 8″. Bears until frost producing several side shoots after the central head has been harvested. Brought with Italian immigrants in the late 1880’s. Good for home or market, freezing and canning.


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    Cabbage Early Jersey Wakefield

    $2.50

    Heirloom. Introduced in the 1840’s, with tasty, 2-lb, sweet and flavorful, conical heads. This very early variety was sold commercially by Peter Henderson in the late 1860’s.


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    Cabbage Golden Acre

    $2.50

    This beautiful, early cabbage produces tender heads that are 5″-7″ in diameter. Golden Acre’s compact plants are ideal for small gardens and it can be planted closer together than other cabbage varieties. It is noted for its uniform, round and tightly folded heads.  Golden Acre Cabbage is ‘Yellows’ disease resistant.


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    Cabbage Perfection Drumhead Savoy

    $2.50

    This large, drumhead type has finely crinkled, savoyed leaves that are mild and sweet in flavor, compact short-stemmed plants. This heirloom was introduced before 1888 and is an excellent keeper.


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    Carrot Danvers 126 Half Long

    $2.50

    Heirloom. This well-loved classic is crisp, sweet, and delicious with a high sugar content. A perfect carrot for juicing, snacking, freezing, and storing. The root matures quickly but is also good when harvested as a baby. Its 6"-7" long root is almost cylindrical and blunt-ended. The fine-grained, red-orange flesh is nearly coreless.


  • Heirloom Carrot Rainbow Mix

    Carrot Rainbow Mix

    $2.50

    This carrot mix contains equal parts Atomic Red, Bambino, Cosmic Purple, Lunar White and Solar Yellow carrots. Each of the carrot colors, except white, has unique pigments with health benefits that include helping to prevent cancer, stroke and heart disease.


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    Carrot Scarlet Nantes

    $2.50

    Heirloom. This well-loved classic is crisp, sweet, and delicious with a high sugar content. A perfect carrot for juicing, snacking, freezing, and storing. The root matures quickly but is also good when harvested as a baby. Its 6″-7″ long root is almost cylindrical and blunt-ended. The fine-grained, red-orange flesh is nearly coreless.


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    Carrot St Valery

    $2.50

    Heirloom. This well-loved classic is crisp, sweet, and delicious with a high sugar content. A perfect carrot for juicing, snacking, freezing, and storing. The root matures quickly but is also good when harvested as a baby. Its 6″-7″ long root is almost cylindrical and blunt-ended. The fine-grained, red-orange flesh is nearly coreless.


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    Chard Five Color Silverbeet

    $2.50

    Striking rainbow-colored stalks in orange, purple, yellow and white. This Australian heirloom mix is tender and tasty, though somewhat less frost tolerant than other chards. Baby greens are ready in 28 days.


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    Chard Fordhook Giant

    $2.50

    Truly superior green chard for farm and garden, used since the 1750s. Heavily crumpled, very dark glossy green leaves contrast nicely with broad white succulent stems. Receives top marks for fine flavor and texture, also makes a nice poultry feed.


  • Common Chives

    Chives Common

    $2.50

    The thin, round leaves of chives are commonly used in soups and sauces. The plant grows in clumps up to 12″ high and produces lavender flowers in midsummer. Chives are useful as a companion plant throughout the garden to help reduce the insect population.