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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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  • Ananas D'Amerique A Chair Verte melon

    Melon Ananas D’Amerique A Chair Verte

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    Historic heirloom variety grown by Thomas Jefferson in 1794.  A wonderful variety that has become very rare. The fruit have netted skin and light green flesh that is firm, sweet and highly perfumed. Productive plants can be trained up a trellis.

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  • Casaba Sungold Melon

    Melon Casaba Sungold

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    Sungold is the earliest ripener of the casaba melons, making it a good choice for short-season summers. Developed by a professor at the University of New Hampshire, the melon is 7″-8″ long, acorn-shaped with a yellow-green rind, and weighs 6-9 lbs. Popular for its luscious flesh that is sweet and a bit spicy.

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  • Okra Burgundy

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    Burgundy okra has green leaves with burgundy stems, leaf ribs, and branches. The burgundy-colored 6″-8″ long pods turn green when cooked. Okra is used as the thickening agent in Cajun gumbo, but it also can be boiled, broiled, fried, roasted, steamed, canned, or pickled. Use dried pods in flower arrangements! Okra has attractive, edible flowers.

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  • Okra Clemson Spineless

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    This spineless variety of okra is the most popular. The 4′-5′ tall plants produce medium-green pods measuring 3″-9″ long. Clemson 80 is earlier and higher yielding than Clemson Spineless. Okra is used as the thickening agent in Cajun gumbo, but it also can be boiled, broiled, fried, roasted, steamed, canned, or pickled. Use dried pods in flower arrangements! The plant has attractive, edible flowers.

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  • Black Hungarian Hot Pepper

    Pepper Black Hungarian

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    One of the most beautiful peppers around, Black Hungarian Peppers yield 4″-6″, tapered fruit that start out glossy black and ripen to red. The fruit has a mild, smoky flavor. This tasty hot pepper is also highly ornamental with its lovely lavender flowers and purple veined leaves. The plants grow to about 36″ tall and stand well without support.

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  • Pepper California Wonder

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    California Wonder forms large, blocky, thick-walled peppers with 3-4 large lobes perfect for stuffing. The glossy, deep-green peppers turn red at maturity. Cal Wonder’s upright plants are prolific producers. This is the leading market and shipping pepper, and is also a good home garden variety.

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  • Pepper Hot Anaheim

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    This historic chili was developed over a hundred years ago by Dr. Fabian Garcia. This chili was selected by Dr. Garcia to have a milder, fresher, flavor than most chilis, with thick meaty walls, and large peppers up to 8″ long. This is a very popular chili in southwestern cuisine and you will see it roasted, fresh, dried, and canned. It is most often used when it is dark green, but it will become hotter and turn bright red as it matures.

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  • Pepper Red Marconi

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    This sweet red pepper from Italy has somewhat elongated fruit up to 12″ long and 3″ across at the shoulders. Ideal for frying and tasty green as well as red. An early variety known for its high yields.

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  • Pumpkin Rouge Vif D’Etampes

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    Most beautiful flattened and ribbed large fruit are a gorgeous deep red-orange. A very old French Heirloom, this was the most common pumpkin in the Central Market in Paris back in the 1880’s. The flesh is tasty in pies or baked. This one can also be picked small, like summer squash, and fried. It is a good yielder too.

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  • Summer Squash Cocozelle (Zucchini)

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    Beautiful fruit is dark green striped with light green. This Italian heirloom has a pleasing, slightly nutty flavor. The compact bush type vines are ideal for small gardens. This squash is perfect for frying, steaming, freezing, and canning.

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  • Summer Squash Dark Green Zucchini

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    This zucchini produces small, uniform, high-quality fruit usually found only in hybrids. An excellent producing plant, the skin is dark green with light flecks. Tiny baby squash can be used as appetizers or leave whole and saut? with other vegetables.

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  • Summer Squash Early Golden Crookneck

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    This is the best summer squash for buttery, rich flavor and tender but firm texture. The plants are highly productive and produce semi-open, yellow fruits with a curved neck. This versatile squash is excellent fresh, steamed, sauted, or grilled. Makes a flavorful baby vegetable.

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