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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 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 May Queen

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    Early maturing butterhead lettuce for the earliest spring plantings. Pale green heads are tinged with red, and the sweet, pale yellow hearts have a pink blush to them. A wonderful 19th century heirloom.

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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

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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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  • Pea Oregon Sugar Pod

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    Oregon Sugar Pod is the most popular snow pea. Its productive, dwarf vines have stringless, edible pods which keeps producing after three pickings! It’s tolerant of short hot spells. This pea is great for freezing, for eating fresh, or for adding to stir-fries and salads.

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  • Pea Sugar Ann

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    Sugar Ann is an early, edible-pod pea ideal for small gardens. With short, bushy vines that don’t need support, it can produce peas about 10 days earlier than other snap peas.

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  • Pea Sugar Snap

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    Snap pea. Sweet and crunchy edible pods and peas grow on tall vines. Pods are 2″-3″ long and bear over a long picking period. Yields well in both hot and cold weather.

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  • Radish Cherry Belle

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    Cherry Belle radishes are round and bright, cherry red, 1″ in diameter, with 2″-3″ tops. The flesh is crisp, firm, and white. It’s a good keeper and can be planted all summer long. This variety is a fast maturing, early-season radish, best used immature in salads and condiments.

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  • Radish French Breakfast

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    French Breakfast is a mild, tasty radish. The 2″-long, bright, scarlet-red roots with white tips make an eye-catching snack. This top-quality variety is good for the farmer’s market.

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  • Amish Paste Tomato

    Tomato Amish Paste

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    Amish Paste tomatoes are an acorn-shaped, deep-red, paste-type fruit. The vines produce medium-sized, 8-12 ounce fruit. This Amish heirloom has thick flesh and few seeds. It performs better when staked.

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  • Tomato Aunt Ruby’s German Green

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    Aunt Ruby is large, green, beefsteak-type tomato with a sweet, spicy flavor. Its 12-16 ounce fruit turns light green when ripe with a hint of yellow and pink blush. This heirloom is from Ruby Arnold of Greenville, Tennessee.

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  • Tomato Beefsteak

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    The vigorous vines of this popular beefsteak produce flat, meaty, juicy, red, medium-size fruit ranging from 10 ounces to 2 pounds. This great slicing or canning tomato has rough, ribbed skin with a richly flavored flesh.

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  • Tomato Black Krim

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    Hailing from Russia, Black Krim beefsteak gains more fans every year with its deep, slightly salty flavor. The plant produces 3″-4″ fruits in dark red and green colors. A good choice for containers or small gardens.

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  • Tomato Black Prince

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    Siberian Heirloom variety with medium size juicy fruit that has deep brownish-red flesh. The lovely round fruit grow in small clusters of two to three and are the perfect size for salads.

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  • Tomato Golden Jubilee

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    A very popular orange variety; fine, sweet, mild flavor; good size and yield. An old standard.

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  • Tomato Great White

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    Great White Tomatoes can weigh as much as 1 pound. These are a family favorite – awesome to use on sandwiches, especially grilled cheese!  Low acid levels give it a sweet, fruity flavor.

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  • Tomato Henderson’s Pink Ponderosa

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    Huge size, some over 2 lbs., a meaty pink-red beefsteak introduced by Peter Henderson & Co. in 1891, and the most famous of their varieties. Their 1903 catalog said “Quality Beyond Praise, Rich and meaty-sliced. Thick and delicious canned.” Still popular with gardeners.

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  • Jujube cherry or grape tomato

    Tomato Jujube

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    A fantastic red grape tomato from Reinard Kraft, of Germany.  This is a tasty, thick walled grape tomato that are great for snacking and salads.  They often don’t make it out of the garden before being eaten.

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