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  • Tomato Morning Sun

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    One of our all time favorites. A beautiful yellow cherry tomato, Morning Sun’s bright yellow, oval fruit grows prolifically in clusters. One of the most prolific of all cherry tomatoes.

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  • Tomato Pineapple

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    This is one of our favorite fresh eating tomatoes.  A spectacular specimen from its yellow flesh with red marbling, to its rich, pineapple flavor and meaty texture. Low acid and very sweet, tropical flavor.  Large 1-2 lb fruits are late season and worth the wait.

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  • Pink Brandywine Heirloom Tomato

    Tomato Pink Brandywine

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    These are a great big meaty tomato – great for eating and canning.  Fuzzy potato leaf vines, large fruit can weigh up to two pounds, excellent flavor, delicious creamy texture, exceptional quality. The original Brandywine.

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  • Tomato Roma

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    Roma is the standard Italian canning and paste tomato. Its vigorous compact vines produce large harvests of 3″ long, pear-shaped, thick-walled, solid fruit with few seeds. This variety is highly wilt resistant.

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  • Tomato Rutgers

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    Good for canning; also good fresh; large red 8-oz. globes. Good yields and flavor on large vines. A fine New Jersey heirloom.

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  • Tomato San Marzano

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    Large indeterminate vines produce elongated fruit. The fruit grow to about 4″ long and 2″ in diameter and are borne in clusters. Holds well on vine or in storage, crack resistant, excellent for paste, puree, or canning. Processor favorite due to high solids; the standard Italian pear tomato, aka the Italian Canner.

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  • Heirloom white cherry tomato

    Tomato White Cherry

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    One of the sweetest cherry tomatoes! These creamy white to pale yellow cherry tomatoes have a mild flavor.  Small scale plants are loaded with fruit, making picking easy. Tomatoes are about 1 oz. each, about 1″ diameter.

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  • Tomato Yellow Pear

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    A home garden favorite since the early 19th century, the pear-shaped golden fruits weigh in at about 1 ounce. Known for their sweetness, kids love to pick these cherry tomatoes straight off the vines. Use in salads if any tomatoes make it back to the house.

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  • Turnip Purple Top

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    Purple Top White Globe is a fast growing, crisp, fine-grained turnip. It is purple above ground and white below. It keeps its mild, sweet flavor and tenderness yet grows larger than other turnips and stores well.

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  • Crimson Sweet Watermelon

    Watermelon Crimson Sweet

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    Crimson Sweet has a tough, medium-thick, light-green rind with small, dark-green stripes. Its shape is blocky at 12″ by 10″ and weighing up to 25 pounds. Its bright, deep-red flesh is high in sugar content and has few, small seeds. It was an All-American Selections winner in 1964.

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  • Watermelon Sugar Baby

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    This reliable, somewhat drought-tolerant watermelon was developed in 1959. The cute, round, 5-6 pound fruits have reddish orange flesh underneath a rind that is nearly black when ripe. Sugar Baby grows to a fridge friendly size and is a perfect choice for small gardens.

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  • Winter Squash Butternut Waltham

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    This is the only northern-friendly butternut. The 10″-12″ buff-colored fruit is uniform, and the semi-bush plants produce extensive runners which are quite productive. Its dry, fine-grained flesh has a good, sweet, squash flavor. A favorite for making “pumpkin” pie or a hearty winter soup.

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  • Jumbo Pink Banana Winter Squash

    Winter Squash Jumbo Pink Banana

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    This large pink banana-shaped winter squash variety is over 100 years old and can grow to almost 2 feet long and weigh 10-40 pounds.  Use like you would butternut squash.

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  • Winter Squash Spaghetti

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  • Winter Squash Table Queen Acorn

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    Ribbed fruit is 6″ by 4″, 1-2 lb with a small seed cavity and hard, green rind. Sweet flesh is light-yellow to deep-orange. The plant grows as a bush about 3′ across and 10-12″ high; very vigorous and prolific. Withstands poor soil conditions.

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  • Sunflower Russian Mammoth

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    This giant sunflower has bright gold flowers that can grow easily to 10″ across. Produces a single flower, filled with grey and white striped edible seeds. This variety is the result of Russian breeding efforts and returned to the US in 1880 then as now under the name ‘Russian Mammoth’. Plant seed 6″ apart and 1/2″ deep after spring frost. Thin to 8″-12″ when plants reach 2″ in height. Open Pollinated. Organically Grown.

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  • Skyscraper Sunflower

    Sunflower Skyscraper

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    Skyscraper is a big sunflower with edible seeds, growing to 12’ tall with whopping 14″ flowers. Stake this towering plant. Skyscraper will produce enough seeds to feed you and the birds. Ideal as a backdrop on the north side of your edible garden.

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