Marglobe Tomato, Standard (Slicing) Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum)
Because it is the highest producing tomato plant, the Marglobe Supreme Tomato is ideal for home and market growing. This tomato plant produces a high yield and is stocky, vigorous, and disease resistant. Its vine growth is consistent, and it...
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Homestead Tomato, Standard (Slicing) Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum)
Semi-determinate. This wilt-resistant and productive tomato was developed in the 1950s for growers in Florida and the southern states. This used to be a very popular shipping option. The flesh is firm and tasty.
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Perpetual Spinach Swiss Chard (Beta vulgaris cicla)
Perpetual Spinach Swiss Chard (Beta vulgaris cicla): Although it is related to chard and beets, it has distinct characteristics. The leaves are flatter and more pointed than chard, with slimmer stems, and the taste is more like true spinach than...
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Vegetable Spaghetti Squash, Winter (Cucurbita pepo)
Vegetable Spaghetti Squash, Winter (Cucurbita pepo) also known as gold string melon, is unique among winter squashes in that the flesh falls away from the shell in strands like spaghetti and retains a tender, yet al dente, texture when cooked....
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Turks Turban Gourd Squash, Winter (Cucurbita maxima)
Turk's Turban fruit comes in a variety of bright colours. The bottom half is usually a solid colour in dark to reddish orange shades. The top is mostly beige with reddish orange and dark green streaks. Turk's Turban fruits grow...
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Sweet Meat Squash, Winter (Cucurbita maxima)
Sweet Meat Squash is a winter squash heirloom from the Pacific Northwest. It produces vigorous vines that are 12"-18" tall and spread 6-10 feet in every direction. The leaves and vines are covered in trichomes, which are small hairs. The...
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Pink Banana Jumbo Squash, Winter (Cucurbita maxima)
Pink Banana Jumbo Squash has a delicious yellow-orange flesh that can be used to replace acorn or butternut squash in recipes or as the "pumpkin" in pies. Plant Pink Banana Jumbo Squashes as soon as the last spring frost has...
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Scallop Blend Squash, Summer (Cucurbita pepo)
A vibrant mix of heirloom Patty Pan squashes, some dating back to the early 1800s. With an array of multihued, small, and tender squash, Scallop Blend Squash is the perfect addition to your summer garden. When they're 2" in diameter,...
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Round Zucchini Squash, Summer (Cucurbita pepo)
Round zucchini plants have speckled green leaves and grow in a bushy form. The mild-flavored, fast-growing fruit. "Round Zucchini" is a bit of a misnomer. In other words, zucchini is a type of summer squash with a long, cylindrical fruit...
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Golden Summer Crookneck Squash, Summer (Cucurbita pepo)
Golden Summer Crookneck Squash, Summer (Cucurbita pepo) is a bushy plant with a narrow curved neck that produces copious amounts of buttery yellow squash. This squash is extremely tender and flavorful. As the summer progresses, the golden hue deepens. When...
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Early Prolific Straightneck Squash, Summer (Cucurbita pepo)
In the United States, the Early Prolific Straightneck Squash is a popular summer squash. This squash is a tasty, bright yellow, straight-necked variety with a tapered stem end. This squash can be harvested when it is 12-14 inches long, but...
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Dark Green Zucchini Squash, Summer (Cucurbita pepo)
Dark Green Zucchini Squash, Summer (Cucurbita pepo) produces a lot of flavorful zucchini. When fully grown, this long green squash can reach a length of up to 12 inches! Ideal for a variety of cooking dishes as well as baked...
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Cocozelle Squash, Summer (Cucurbita pepo)
Heirloom from Italy. Heirloom zucchini in bush form with dark and light green stripes. Greenish white flesh that is tender, flavorful, and firm is best picked under 12”. It is eaten when it is only 1-2” long in Italy. Excellent...
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Black Beauty Zucchini Squash, Summer (Cucurbita pepo)
Early and prolific, 'Black Beauty' zucchini plants are bush-type plants. We begin picking fruit when it is six to eight inches long, two inches wide, and dark green in colour. We like them best when they're young and tender, when...
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Monstrueux de Viroflay Spinach (Tetragonia tetragonoides)
This massive spinach can reach a diameter of (24") and has (8") crisp, dark green leaves. The leaves stay tender and delicious no matter how big they grow, with lower levels of oxalic acid than other varieties. Plant spinach seeds...
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Spinach, New Zealand Spinach (Tetragonia tetragonoides)
Spinach, New Zealand Spinach (Tetragonia tetragonoides) is a tender annual vegetable grown in New Zealand. It is a low-growing, leafy plant with weak stems that can spread several feet wide and grow to a height of one foot. It has...
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White Icicle Radish (Raphanus sativus)
Only 27-35 days after planting, the radish 'Long White Icicle' is ready to harvest.The white flesh is crisp, mild, and less pungent than the round varieties; it has a spicy flavour that warms the tongue without biting back. They are...
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Watermelon Radish (Raphanus sativus)
Antique Chinese horticultural treasure with unearthly beauty. Large round roots with a bright burst of watermelon-rose colour in the centre. Crispy, mild, and refreshing, with a sweet flavour that's great in salads, garnishes, and pickling. Serve with parsnips, carrots, or...
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Purple Plum Radish (Raphanus sativus)
These radishes have the same tasty, crisp white flesh as standard medium-sized red radishes, but their skin is a stunning deep purple colour. Plant both in the spring to add a splash of colour to your salads. is a beautiful...
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Hailstone Radish (Raphanus sativus)
The Hailstone Radish is a round white radish with a crisp flesh that looks great on relish trays and in salads. This fast-growing radish can be planted in the spring or the fall. When the radish is nearly an inch...
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Crimson Giant Radish (Raphanus sativus)
This large (3"–4") spring radish with crisp, white interior and mild flavour is delicious in salads, on sandwiches, or as an apple! It grows best in the spring and fall when the weather is cool. Because it grows so quickly,...
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Wee Be Little Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
The Wee B Little Pumpkin is a cute new member of the pumpkin family. Like a regular pumpkin, it has a slightly flat-round form. The rind is a bright orange colour and is smooth enough to paint on. Plants with...
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Mammoth Gold Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
The Mammoth Gold Pumpkin is a smooth, moulted pink golden-orange, irregularly shaped pumpkin with subtle ribs. This type grows to be 18-24" in diameter and weighs between 40 and 60 pounds, but can reach over 100 pounds! The rich pale...
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Jack Be Little Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
Jack Be Little Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima): This heirloom cultivar produces up to 20 pumpkins per plant on compact vines. Miniature pumpkins are ideal for both cooking and decoration. Smooth skin and modest ribbing with a uniform shape and dimension. If...
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Howden's Field Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
For a successful pumpkin harvest, Howden's Field Pumpkin is the industry standard. It has long, productive vines and enormous, consistent fruits that can weigh up to 25 pounds, making it an excellent carving pumpkin. The fruits have a lovely dark...
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Gooligan PMT F1 Hybrid Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
These small white baby pumpkins are very adorable and adaptable. The gooligan type produces white-skinned little pumpkins with a diameter of only six inches and a weight of one pound or less, making them ideal for decorating or placing on...
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Sweet Banana Pepper, SWEET (Capsicum annuum)
Sweet Banana Pepper, SWEET (Capsicum annuum) is a long, thin, bright yellow pepper that can grow up to 5” in length. They have strong walls and have a little chilli-like heat to them. The peppers change color as they age,...
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California Wonder 300 TMR Pepper, SWEET (Capsicum annuum)
California Wonder 300 TMR Pepper, SWEET (Capsicum annuum) produces 4 ½”dark glossy green thick-walled tasty bell peppers in good yields. When peppers reach maturity, they change color from green to red. The California Wonder has been upgraded. Salads, stuffings, and...
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Jalapeno Early Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum)
One of the most well-known chilli peppers is the jalapeno. The majority of jalapenos are mild, but there are those that are substantially hotter. The flavour of the jalapeno is distinct. Jalapeos grown commercially are frequently canned or pickled. Jalapenos...
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Cayenne Large Red Thick Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum)
This is the LARGEST and THICKEST of the Beautiful Cayenne Peppers!! Fruits with thick flesh that are rather hot. Dried, pickled, or in sauces, this is a favourite. On robust upright plants, concentrated sets of wrinkled, tapering, and curved fruits...
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Ancho Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum)
 Ancho Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum):  4" heart-shaped fruits with a somewhat pungent flavour that ripen from dark green to deep scarlet. When dried, it's called ancho, but when it's fresh, it's called poblano. This is one of Mexico's most widely...
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Anaheim Chile Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum)
Anaheim Chile Pepper, HOT (Capsicum annuum) are medium-sized, elongated, and curved pods with a conical shape and moderate tapering towards the non-stem end, averaging 15 to 25 centimetres in length. The semi-thick skin has a glossy and waxy sheen over...
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Tendersweet Pea, Edible Pod Snap Pea (Pisum sativum)
Stringless pods that are sweet and crunchy. Edible pods are thick-walled, 2 3/4 inch long, and have an enticing flavour. Heat-tolerant plants that grow to be 18 to 22 inches tall are extremely active, producing many double pods and being...
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Parsley Garden Pea (Pisum sativum)
Parsley Peas differ from other peas in that they grow tender, tasty, multi-branched, leafy edible tendrils that resemble parsley but taste like peas. Semi-trailing plants reach a height of 2-3 feet and develop pea pods that resemble snap peas. Excellent...
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Little Marvel Garden Pea (Pisum sativum)
The Little Marvel Pea is an old-fashioned home garden favourite that really is a marvel! This pea is a great choice because of its high yield potential and sweet taste, making it the most satisfying pea for the home garden....
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Lincoln Shelling Garden Pea (Pisum sativum)
These peas were first introduced in peacetime, shortly after World War II. Because of its high yields and soft, tender taste, Lincoln quickly became a favourite among American gardeners. The 4-5 cup size is ideal for eating fresh, freezing, or...
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All American Parsnip (Pastinaca sativa)
Parsnips have a long culinary tradition, are flexible and nutritious, and are being introduced to many luxury and specialty restaurants' menus. Their tender, white carrot-like roots have a sweet, distinct flavour that goes well in soups and stews, as well...
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Yellow Granex PRR F1 Hybrid Onion, Short-Day (Allium cepa)
Yellow Granex PRR F1 Hybrid Onion, Short-Day (Allium cepa) is a sweet, short-day variety and soil that is very low in sulphur is the key to growing very sweet, mild onions. When grown in approved areas near Vidalia, GA, 'Yellow...
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White Grano Onion, Short-Day (Allium cepa)
White Grano Onion, Short-Day (Allium cepa)onions are traditional white onions with a mild flavor. Your White Grano Onion plants can grow big, low-pungency bulbs with ease. They are ideal onions for salads or cooking, and they can be stored for...
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Walla Walla Onion, Long-Day (Allium cepa)
Walla Walla Onion, Long-Day (Allium cepa): This long-day sweet onion, known for its mild flavour, was a staple at our farm store. The only northern onion to ever equal the consistency of the popular Vidalia varieties. Bulbs that have been...
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Emerald Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus)
Emerald Okra is a brilliantly coloured, early maturing okra variety! This okra is an old heirloom variety that was produced by Campbell's Soup Company in the 1950s. This variety produces straight okra with a bright green colour that lasts even...
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Clemson Spineless Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus)
For over 80 years, robust 4' plants have been a favourite of American gardeners, producing an abundance of spineless dark-green, grooved pods. Okra can be grilled, braised, steamed, or sautéed to add body and flavour to soups, stews, and relishes....
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Red Burgundy Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus)
Red Burgundy Okra  (Abelmoschus esculentus) is a deep red variety with a tender and tasty pod. This prolific burgundy red okra adds a nice crunch, delicious flavor, and stunning color to any soup or stew, especially gumbo! The leaves of...
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Mizuna Red Streak, Japanese Mustard (Brassica juncea)
Mizuna Red Streak, Japanese Mustard (Brassica juncea) is a leafy green with feathery, serrated leaves. It features a vibrant green color with red streaks, adding visual appeal to salads and dishes. Known for its mild, peppery flavor, Mizuna is a...
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Southern Giant Curled, Mustard (Brassica juncea)
Long-time southern staple with a mellow, mustardy flavour. All-America Selections winner for 1935. The brilliant green leaves have crumpled, frilled edges and a faint, mustardy flavour. The young leaves are wonderful raw in salads, but they're also good lightly stir-fried...
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Winter Density, Romaine Lettuce (Lactuca sativa)
Winter density Romaine lettuce seeds are a hybrid between butterhead and romaine lettuce. The extra-dark green heads are heavy, compact, and stand around 20cm (8") tall, with upright yet tender leaves. This unique, flavorful English variety can be grown in...
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Prizehead, Leaf Lettuce (Lactuca sativa)
The bright green, ruffled leaves of this loose-leaf lettuce are tinged with maroon. The leaves are tender and flavorful; select them right before a meal for a delicious salad. It thrives in cold weather, but it also thrives in heat...
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Grand Rapids, Leaf Lettuce (Lactuca sativa)
The most well-known loose leaf lettuce variety is Grand Rapids. This variety produces upright, light green leaves that are medium to wide in size. The frilled and crisp leaves are mild and flavorful. It is the earliest to bear due...
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Black Seeded Simpson, Leaf Lettuce (Lactuca sativa)
The Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce is a hardy lettuce that comes up quickly. Delicious light green, huge, curled leaves are produced by this large upright, compact leaf-type lettuce. The Black Seeded Simpson is a high-yielding cultivar!
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Bibb, Butterhead Lettuce (Lactuca sativa)
Bibb, Butterhead Lettuce (Lactuca sativa): A Culinary Marvel with a Rich Heritage! Discover the exquisite qualities of Bibb Butterhead Lettuce, renowned for its loose "heads" and soft, buttery-textured leaves. Gourmet chefs covet our Butterhead Lettuce varieties for their distinct textures...
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