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  • Cabbage Golden Acre

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    This beautiful, early cabbage produces tender heads that are 5″-7″ in diameter. Golden Acre’s compact plants are ideal for small gardens and it can be planted closer together than other cabbage varieties. It is noted for its uniform, round and tightly folded heads.  Golden Acre Cabbage is ‘Yellows’ disease resistant.

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    Cabbage Perfection Drumhead Savoy

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    This large, drumhead type has finely crinkled, savoyed leaves that are mild and sweet in flavor, compact short-stemmed plants. This heirloom was introduced before 1888 and is an excellent keeper.

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    Cabbage Red Acre

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    Supreme cabbage variety that’s resistant to yellowing or splitting.

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  • Carrot Atomic Red

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    Long red carrot.

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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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  • Chard Five Color Silverbeet

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    Striking rainbow-colored stalks in orange, purple, yellow and white. This Australian heirloom mix is tender and tasty, though somewhat less frost tolerant than other chards. Baby greens are ready in 28 days.

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    Chard Fordhook Giant

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    Truly superior green chard for farm and garden, used since the 1750s. Heavily crumpled, very dark glossy green leaves contrast nicely with broad white succulent stems. Receives top marks for fine flavor and texture, also makes a nice poultry feed.

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  • Common Chives

    Chives Common

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    The thin, round leaves of chives are commonly used in soups and sauces. The plant grows in clumps up to 12″ high and produces lavender flowers in midsummer. Chives are useful as a companion plant throughout the garden to help reduce the insect population.

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    Cilantro

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    Similar in appearance to parsley, cilantro is a staple in Mexican, Indian, and Asian cuisines. This bolt-resistant variety produces lush growth. The seeds of the plant can be harvested and are called coriander.

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  • Collard Greens Champion

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    Collards tolerate more heat and frost than any other member of the cabbage family. Champion collards are a trusty, widely adapted variety. The dark green leaves a have a delicious cabbage flavor. This is a great variety for over-wintering and holds up to two weeks longer than many other collards. The leaves have a waxy coating that is a natural protection from cabbage worms.

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    Collard Greens Vates

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    Collards tolerate more heat and frost than any other member of the cabbage family. Vates collards are a trusty, widely adapted variety. The dark green leaves a have a delicious cabbage flavor. This is a great variety for over-wintering and holds up to two weeks longer than many other collards. The leaves have a waxy coating that is a natural protection from cabbage worms.

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  • Companion Planting Matrix Premium

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    Quickly and easily use this tool to make companion planting decisions common garden plants!

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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 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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  • Cosmos Bright Lights Mix Flowee

    Cosmos Bright Lights Mix Flower

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    Mix of vibrant orange to yellow cosmos in various shades! Absolutely stunning flower.

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  • Cosmos Sensation Mix

    Cosmos Sensation Mix Flower

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    Mix of white, rose, pink, and crimson cosmos flowers!

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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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