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  • Common Chives

    Chives Common

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    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.

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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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  • Corn Country Gentlemen

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    Sweet Corn. Country Gentleman is a standard late white corn, with narrow, small, nonrowing kernels on 7″-8″ tapered ears. It is a heavy yielder, often growing more than one ear on a stalk. This is a great variety for the home garden.

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  • Corn Double Standard

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    This beautiful full-season bicolor corn produces 7″ ears with 16-20 rows of kernels per ear. It is sweet, tender, and germinates in cold soil. Double Standard is an open-pollinated variety, and is a great choice for home gardeners.

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  • Corn True Gold

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    Ears are 8″ long with 18-20 rows of tender, sweet yellow kernels. It grows well in northern regions and cool coastal areas, reaching maturity quicker than many other varieties.

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  • Corn, Glass Gem

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    An amazing corn variety, growing 3-8″ beautiful ears that are a rainbow of translucent colors. It can be used as decoration but is also good for eating.

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  • Cucumber Boston Pickling

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    This old favorite heirloom cucumber has been around since the 1880s, and is still highly popular.  Vigorous grower with a large yield of green fruit.  Great flavor and consistent size make for great pickles, as well as fresh in salads.

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  • Double Yield Heirloom Cucumber

    Cucumber Double Yield

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    Very productive pickling type. Bright green fruits reach to 8 inches, but may be harvested much smaller. Originally introduced in 1924 by Joseph Harris Seed Company, who wrote: “The remarkable thing about this new cucumber is its wonderful productiveness. For every pickle that is cut off, two or three more are produced.” Great flavor and a top producer!

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  • Cucumber Lemon Cuke

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    Almost round and yellow-skinned, this cucumber resembles a lemon but has the classic flavor and sweetness of cucumber. Use it while green and young, or when yellow and fully mature.

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  • Sumter cucumber

    Cucumber Sumter

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    Great for slicing or pickling when picked young. Vines produce blocky, slightly tapered, medium-green cucumbers with white spines. Grows well in the north and south, for home, market or pickling.

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  • Dill Bouquet

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    Earlier blooming than Mammoth dill, Bouquet dill has large seed umbels and dark-green foliage. Dill provides a great beneficial-insect habitat in the garden and can reseed prolifically. Dill is used in many pickling recipes as well as in seafood, soups, sauces, and potatoes.

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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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  • 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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  • Kale Lacinato

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    This kale is heavily savoyed (bumpy) with dark green, almost black, leaves. The strap-shaped leaves are not curly like regular kale, and add an interesting texture and color to salads. If using in soup, add kale at the end to avoid overcooking. This variety is a primitive, open kale traced to Tuscan origins.

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  • Kale Red Russian

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    Biennial Heirloom. This rare, gourmet variety has red-purple veins on slate-green, wavy-margined leaves. Cool weather intensifies its color. Steamed lightly, the frilly leaves make an attractive garnish. If using in soup, add kale at the end to avoid overcooking.

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  • Leek Carentan

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    Carentan Leeks have long, thick stems (2 inches across); vigorous and fast growing; delicate, deliciously mild flavor; great fresh or cooked. The Carentan leek was mentioned by Vilmorin in 1885. An old European favorite that is becoming rare. Very adaptable and yields are good.

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  • Gourmet Lettuce Mix

    Lettuce Gourmet Mix

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    This gourmet lettuce mix includes Red Salad Bowl (leaf), Henderson’s Black Seeded Simpson (leaf), Buttercrunch (head), and Paris Island Cos (romaine).

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  • Lettuce Little Gem

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    This romaine lettuce grows 6″ high with a thick, sweet heart. It’s perfect for individual salads and sandwiches. This popular variety is easy to grow and holds well for a prolonged harvest.

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  • Lettuce Mereveille Des Quatre Saisons

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    This head lettuce is an unusual French Bibb variety. It is a ruby-red butter lettuce with tightly folded, green hearts. It has excellent flavor in hot weather with crisp yet tender leaves, but tends to bolt. This variety was introduced in 1885.

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  • Lettuce Tom Thumb

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    An heirloom lettuce that dates to the 1850’s. It makes small cabbage-like green heads, only 3-4″ across. Very tasty!

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