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Bean Pole Old Homestead (Kentucky Wonder)$3.00 Add to cart
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.
Bean Pole Rattlesnake$3.00 Add to cart
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.
Melon Casaba Sungold$2.75 Add to cart
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.
Melon Honeyrock$2.75 Add to cart
Honeyrock melons grow up to 6″in diameter and 3-4 lb. Tough gray-green skin with a coarse open net protects thick sweet deep-salmon flesh. Resistant to fusarium wilt. Expect 5-7 melons per plant, for home garden and local market in northeast US and southern Canada.
Okra Burgundy$2.75 Add to cart
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.
Okra Silver Queen$2.75 Add to cart
Ivory green okra will look stunning in your garden.