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  • Beet Bull’s Blood

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    Maturity to beet root in 55-60 and to baby leaf tops in 35 days. Exceptionally beautiful dark red-violet tops with sweeter flavor and heat resistance. This variety was selected for the darkest colored leaves from the French variety Crapaudine.

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  • Beet Chioggia (Bassano)

    Beet Chioggia (Bassano)

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    This eye-catching beet from Chioggia, Italy looks like a regular beet on the outside, but inside boasts concentric pink and white rings. Great for salads and pickles!

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  • Beet Cylindra

    Beet Cylindra

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    This long, cylindrical beet provides higher yields than standard beets. One of our family’s favorite beets!

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  • Beet Detroit Dark Red

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    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 De Cicco

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    Traditional mini broccoli from Italy.

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  • Broccoli Early Purple Sprouting

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    Very early purple broccoli that is planted in fall and harvested in spring.

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  • Broccoli Romanesco

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    Gorgeous brassica from Italy.

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  • Cabbage Early Jersey Wakefield

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    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

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    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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  • Savoy by Liz West on Flickr

    Cabbage Perfection Drumhead Savoy

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    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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  • Cabbage Red Acre

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    Supreme cabbage variety that’s resistant to yellowing or splitting.

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  • Chard Five Color Silverbeet

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    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

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    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.

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  • Cilantro

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    Similar in appearance to parsley, cilantro is a staple in Mexican, Indian, and Asian cuisines. This bolt-resistant variety produces lush growth. The seeds of the plant can be harvested and are called coriander.

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  • Collard Greens Champion

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    Collards 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. The leaves have a waxy coating that is a natural protection from cabbage worms.

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  • Collard Greens Vates

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    Collards tolerate more heat and frost than any other member of the cabbage family. Vates 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. The leaves have a waxy coating that is a natural protection from cabbage worms.

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  • Arugula seeds

    Greens Arugula

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    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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  • Greens Cress Upland

    Greens Cress Upland

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    Slow-to-bolt variety of greens rich in nutrients.

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  • Greens Sorrel

    Greens Sorrel

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    Lemon flavored green.

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  • Tatsoi Mustard Green

    Greens Tatsoi Mustard

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    Tatsoi is a Chinese non-heading mustard, a great green to add to salad or stir-fry. Dark, round spoon-shaped leaves grow on broad, tender, crisp white stalks, with a large celery-like base. They have a tangy, mild mustard flavor.

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