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  • Basil Dark Purple Opal

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    Amazing red-purple leaves and stems adds fantastic color to food as a garnish or a seasoning.  Gorgeous foliage and lavender flowers of this plant make a wonderful addition to a vegetable or ornamental garden.

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  • Basil Genovese

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    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 Pole Lady Di

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    Plant this beautiful flowering vine and enjoy a tower of red blooms that attract swarms of hummingbirds. Growing to 10 feet tall in a season, this productive vine produces thick walled, textured pods that are tender and stringless. Early and slow to develop seed for a long harvest window. For dried beans, pick mature pods.

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  • Bean Pole Old Homestead (Kentucky Wonder)

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    This heirloom pole bean has great flavor in its seven inch long, round, stringless pods. These productive vines have high yields of tender beans that can be used fresh, shelled, and dried. First introduced around 1864 in Kentucky, this heirloom is a longtime favorite. Also known as Kentucky Wonder.

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  • Bean Pole Rattlesnake

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    Heirloom pole bean. 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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  • Broccoli Romanesco

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    Gorgeous brassica from Italy.

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  • Carrot Cosmic Purple

    Carrot Cosmic Purple

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    Bright purple carrot with orange flesh and a spicy-sweet flavor.

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  • Carrot Danvers 126 Half Long

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    Danvers is a vigorous, red-orange carrot, 7 – 8″ long, with slightly tapered, broad shoulders. It is heat tolerant and performs consistently in many types of soils. Danvers' strong top makes it easy to pull from the ground. A good keeper.

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  • Carrot Scarlet Nantes

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    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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  • 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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  • Cucumber Muncher

    Cucumber Muncher

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    Tender cucumber (burpless!) that can get up to 9″ long.

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  • Cucumber Salt and Pepper

    Cucumber Salt and Pepper

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    White-skinned pickling cucumber that’s resistant to powdery mildew.

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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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  • Lettuce Henderson’s Black Seeded Simpson

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    This leaf lettuce with large, loose, light-green, lightly crumpled leaves is a popular standard among green-leaf lettuces. Its inner leaves blanch nearly white. The plant is large and upright, and is slow to bolt. It withstands heat, drought, and frost.

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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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  • Nasturtium Dwarf Jewel Mix Flower

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    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.

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