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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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  • 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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  • Pumpkin Connecticut Field

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    The heirloom pumpkin of the New England settlers and Indians, several hundred years old. Golden fruit weigh about 20 lbs each. This is a truly old variety; can be used for pies; the traditional American pumpkin.

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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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  • Pumpkin Small Sugar

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    The classic pumpkin for pies and canning, and has been a standard since the 1800s. The dark orange, deeply ribbed rind consists of fine-grained, sweet, stringless, thick, yellow flesh.

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  • Summer Squash White Scallop

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    Delicious, saucer-shaped creamy-white fruits with scalloped edges. Bush plants produce heavily and remain prolific through the season. A very ancient native American heirloom squash, grown by the northern Indians for hundreds of years. This type was depicted by Europeans back to 1591, and one of the best tasting and yielding varieties still around today! Great fried and baked.

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  • Squash Winter Blue Hubbard

    Winter Squash Blue Hubbard

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    Classic winter squash reported to be from the West Indies.

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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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