Casaba Golden Beauty Melon (Cucumis melo)
Since 1850, heirloom Ancient Asian has been available in the United States. A melon with thick white juicy flesh, a light sweetness, and a long shelf life that originated in Turkey. Since they don't fall off the vine, you can...
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Savoy Cabbage (Brassica oleracea)
Savoy cabbage is a broad, thick, loose-headed green that ranges in shape from round to ovate. Savoy cabbage has ruffled edges with deep ridges spanning across the surface of the leaves and is distinguished by its heavily textured, crinkled leaves....
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Red Express Cabbage (Brassica oleracea)
'Red Express' is a real winner to its stunning red, violet, rock-hard round heads! This space-saving cabbage has proven to be a welcome addition to any garden in the spring or fall. 'Red Express' cabbage takes 60 to 63 days...
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Late Flat Dutch Cabbage (Brassica oleracea)
This cabbage is prized for its firm head and delicious taste. Late Flat Dutch is a large cabbage that keeps well and is a common late-season variety. Heads can grow up to 12 inches in length and weigh up to...
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Golden Acre Cabbage (Brassica oleracea)
Golden acre cabbage is a great early summer ball head cabbage variety. It produces succulent, sweet, and tender heads weighing 3-4 kg (612-834 lbs). Golden Acre Cabbage has tight, round heads that resemble balls. This plant can be grown 30...
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Tendersweet Carrot (Daucus carota)
Tendersweet carrots are a classic carrot variety that grow to be about seven inches long with a tapered end. They are delicious and coreless, making them ideal for canning, juicing, or eating raw. They're similar to Imperator Carrots, but they're...
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Solar Yellow Carrot (Daucus carota)
the solar Yellow carrots are a Danvers variety that yield a buttery yellow root that grows to be 15-18cm (6-7”) long on average. It is thought to have originated in the Middle East and was first cultivated in the 14th...
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Rainbow Blend Carrot (Daucus carota)
Our Rainbow Carrot Blend is a delicious blend of five different coloured carrots that are all perfect for growing as gourmet baby veggies or full-sized mature roots. Plant a nice big patch of these beauties and have fun finding the...
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Parisian Carrot (Organic) (Daucus carota)
A common Heirloom French market variety that produces good yields of small round golf-ball shaped, well-flavored carrots (2.5-4 cm in diameter) and matures early. Ideal for planting in shallow or hard soils, as well as in containers. Cover shoulders to...
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Lunar White Carrot (Daucus carota)
The Lunar White is a rare white carrot that produces a lot of fruit! This carrot has creamy white roots and is very active. With a small heart, the Lunar White has a mild yet delicious flavour. Lunar White is...
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Kuroda Carrot (Daucus carota) 8" Long
Kuroda Carrot (Daucus carota) 8" Long is the best-tasting orange carrot we've tried, with a sugary sweetness and ultra-fine grain texture. Averaging 8" long, the roots have a blunt tip and a bright orange color. Even in the harshest conditions,...
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Imperator 58 Carrot (Daucus carota)
The Imperator 58 is a popular Danver carrot variety. This carrot variety reaches a length of 9" and a width of 1 1/2". It has a delicate and sweet taste. The roots of this carrot are smooth, broad, fine-grained, and...
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Danvers 126 Carrot (Daucus carota)
Danvers 126 Carrot (Daucus carota) originated in Massachusetts during the late 1800s, proving to be a compatible companion with onions and thriving in dense, rocky soils. 'Danvers 126' stands out as a notably sweet variety, boasting high resistance to cracks...
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Cosmic Purple Carrot (Daucus carota)
"Cosmic Purple" carrots have a soft, satisfying flavour in soups, salads, or when eaten fresh, and are high in antioxidants and vitamin A. The open-pollinated variety "Cosmic Purple" carrots have a dark wine-colored exterior, but the interior is as orange...
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Chantenay Red Cored Carrot (Daucus carota)
Red Cored Chantenay is easy to grow and full of vitamins. Short, dense roots with a golden orange colour and a strong taste, measuring 5 1/2" long and tapering to a blunt end.After the danger of heavy frost has passed...
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Atomic Red Carrot (Daucus carota)
The plant produces a lot of bright red carrots that are 11" long. It has a strong flavour. They're a hit with kids! This beautiful true red carrot is high in the antioxidant Lycopene, which helps to prevent prostate and...
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Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage (Brassica oleracea)
Cabbage is a heritage variety that originated in England. It has a short maturation period and produces wide, thick, elongated 13-18cm (6-7") heads quickly. They have a distinct sweet taste and crisp texture that makes them suitable for salads and...
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Danish Ballhead Cabbage (Brassica oleracea)
Danish Ballhead cabbage seeds produce mild, tender heirloom cabbages. This is a versatile cabbage that works well in sauerkraut, coleslaw, and other dishes. Large, light-green, well-protected heads of 8-25cm (7-10") stand happily in the garden well into the winter. Cabbage...
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Copenhagen Market Early Cabbage (Brassica oleracea)
Early Copenhagen Cabbage is one of the most prolific early producers. At maturity, the beautifully shaped heads weigh 1-1.5 kg (2-3 lbs). It's equally common for cooking as it is for eating raw, and it keeps well. This variety has...
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Charleston Wakefield Cabbage (Brassica oleracea)
Wakefield, Charleston Cabbage is an heirloom variety that has been a gardener's favourite since it was first introduced in 1892. This open-pollinated cabbage variety yields conical heads that are 6-8 inches long and weigh 4-5 pounds on average. Charleston Wakefield...
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Brunswick Cabbage (Brassica oleracea)
Brunswick cabbage seeds are from a 1924 heirloom variety. The 6-9 pound wide, flattened heads are ideal for making sauerkraut.The Brunswick cabbage variety is ideal for planting in the fall and winter because it thrives in the cooler temperatures.
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Long Island Improved Brussel Sprouts (Brassica oleracea)
The semi-dwarf plants are stocky, with leaves that are closely spaced, so the small, self-supporting stems have plenty of tasty sprouts. This was once one of the most important commercial varieties, having been introduced at the end of the nineteenth...
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White Sprouting Broccoli (Brassica oleracea)
Broccoli with white sprouts is a delicious and nutritious vegetable that can withstand temperatures as low as. The cole family's sprouting broccoli grows small white heads on thin stalks. Both parts of the plant, including the heads, stalks, and leaves,...
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Green Sprouting Calabrese Broccoli (Brassica oleracea)
This richly flavored Broccoli is an popular variety that has been a mainstay in many peoples gardens. Produces a delicious yield of side shoots over an extensive period of time making it an ideal kitchen garden crop. The Green Sprouting Calabrese creates exceptionally...
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Chioggia Beet (Beta vulgaris)
Chioggia beets are wonderful for both fresh eating and pickling .It retains its markings if roasted whole and sliced just before serving. This is an Italian heirloom from the town of Chioggia, near Venice. It's beautiful and sweet flavored. Sliced...
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Chioggia Beet (Organic) (Beta vulgaris)
Originally from Italy, heirloom Chioggia Beets were first introduced to America in the late 1840s. Dark pink on the outside, the inside features concentric rings of pink and white. The candy cane like appearance is as pretty as it is...
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Crosby's Early Egyptian Beet (Beta vulgaris)
Crosby Egytian is the biggest early type beets that is know for keeping it's shape long into fall. The large, flattened beets are grown primarily above the soil but the skins don’t get the toughness of the upper portions of some...
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Detroit Dark Red Beet (Beta vulgaris)
Detroit Dark Red heirloom beets are vegetables that hail from Ontario, Canada and still the one to beat for flavor and long-term storage. It's a delicious, soft, and smooth storage beet that's also good for canning. And when wide and...
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Detroit Dark Red Beet (Organic) (Beta vulgaris)
Dark red round roots that are succulent flesh infused with deep, sweet flavor. Perfect for pickling, roasting, and even raw in salads! The greens rival chard and spinach for tenderness and flavor, and are very nutritious. Tops are great for salads...
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Early Wonder Beet (Beta vulgaris)
The Early Wonder beet is a common heirloom beet variety that yields a lot of deep red roots. A common beet that is tasty, matures quickly, and yields a lot of greens. Beets can be used in a variety of...
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Early Wonder Beet (Organic) (Beta vulgaris)
'Early Wonder', introduced in 1911, is an excellent beet for both greens and bunching. Fast-growing with smooth leaves. Smooth, dark roots are somewhat flat.This early variety produces high-quality greens that are perfect for canning and are ideal for the home...
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Ruby Queen Beet (Beta vulgaris)
For more than 50 years, Ruby Queen beets have been a favorite in American gardens. At the baby leaf point, Ruby Queen produces crunchy, succulent leaves and stalks with a fine, mild flavor, as well as large, uniform bulbs when...
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White Albino Beet (Beta vulgaris)
White Albino beet plants produce a high yield of sweet white beets. The beets are now fully white and will never stain! This gourmet beet works well when boiled, pickled, baked, or frozen. This heirloom beet from Holland is smooth...
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Bull's Blood Beet (Beta vulgaris)
"Bull's Blood" is an old red beetroot variety which is believed to have originated in the Netherlands from the very old French variety "Craupadine".Bull's Blood beet is grown for its delicious, slightly globe-shaped beets and its flavorful , gorgeous leaves...
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Midori Giant, Edamame Bean (Organic) (Glycine max)
Midori Giant, Edamame Bean  (Organic) (Glycine max) is a species of legume in the Fabaceae family. It is cultivated primarily for its young, green pods, which are consumed as a popular and nutritious food. "Midori Giant" is a specific cultivar...
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Midori Giant, Edamame Bean (Glycine max)
Midori Giant, Edamame Bean (Glycine max) is a variety of Glycine max, which is the species of soybean. Edamame is a popular and nutritious legume that is consumed as a vegetable and is especially well-known in East Asian cuisine. The...
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Japanese Black Daizu, Edamame Bean (Glycine max)
Japanese Black Daizu, Edamame Bean (Glycine max) is a specific cultivar of Edamame Bean (Glycine max) known for its unique characteristics. Edamame beans are a variety of immature soybeans harvested before they fully ripen and are commonly consumed as a...
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Golden Wax , Yellow Bean (Organic) (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Golden Wax is one of the most popular wax beans. Features very high yields on compact, bushy plants. The straight golden pods of Golden Wax Beans stay clear and smooth due to improved rust resistance. These vigorous plants are high...
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Golden Wax , Yellow Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Golden Wax , Yellow Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) have been around since the early 1900s and are known for their smooth, round pods and creamy, buttery flavor. They are typically harvested when the pods are about 5-6 inches long, and can...
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Gold Rush, Yellow Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Gold Rush is regarded as one of the best wax beans available. It holds its quality and texture in the garden longer than other beans and freezes well. The strong plants bear large crops of white-seeded pods that are easy...
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State Half , Runner Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
State Half Runner Beans are an old-fashioned favorite that thrive in the harshest growing environment. Beans are very flavorful and are used like green beans and dried beans. Vines are very short and do not require staking. Good freezing and...
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Yardlong, Pole Bean (Vigna unguiculata)
Yardlong beans are a subspecies of the cowpea, an annual legume that is an important crop in many warm regions of the world. Yardlong beans are related to black-eyed peas, and they go many names, including Chinese long beans, asparagus...
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Romano, Pole Bean (Organic) (Phaseolus vulgaris)
These Italian style beans produce six-inch long pods full of rich flavor in just seventy days. The stringless flat beans are terrific for freezing or table use and are best when harvested young. This bean grows on tall vines up...
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Romano, Pole Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
The Romano Pole is an heirloom bean dating back pre-1800s. An Italian type, stringless with flat pods. Excellent freezing, distinctive and full of flavor. These beans are generally directly seeded in the garden. The most important point about growing green...
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Rattlesnake , Pole Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
The pretty patterned pods of Rattlesnake pole beans make delicious fresh snap beans. Very productive in hot, humid areas of the southeast. Pick when pods are small to medium size to avoid development of “strings”. A favorite across the South,...
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King of the Garden , Lima Pole Bean (Phaseolus lunatus)
King of the Garden , Lima Pole Bean (Phaseolus lunatus): Introduced in the 1970s, King of the Garden is a favorite that produces six inches long pods with cream-colored seeds. This vigorous, vine-type pole bean variety clings well to poles...
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Kentucky Wonder, Pole Bean (Organic) (Phaseolus vulgaris)
One of the most popular pole beans in the market, Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean (Organic) is vigorous, rust resistant and adaptable to many parts of the country. These old-fashioned favorite produces plenty of smooth green pods. Harvest before they mature...
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Kentucky Wonder 125, Pole Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
First appearing in the late 1800s, Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean seeds are descended from an old variety of pole bean called Texas Pole. This heirloom variety of Kentucky Wonder Garden bean just keeps those mouthwatering beans coming all season long....
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Kentucky Blue, Pole Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Kentucky Blue, Pole Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) beans have an outstanding combinations of quality characteristics from its Kentucky Wonder and Blue Lake parentage. For optimum flavor and tenderness, harvest bean pods t 6-7" long. This disease resistant variety also makes for...
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Dow Purple Pod, Pole Bean (Organic) (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Dow Purple Pod is a vigorous climber with seven inches long, purple podded snap beans. The flowers are a lovely purple just like the beans, The interior of the bean pods is almost neon and green and are amazing contrast...
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