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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Caserta Squash, Summer (Cucurbita pepo)
Caserta won the All-America Selections Award for outstanding Zucchini in 1949, and it still holds that title today. The bush plant produces zucchini that are 16” long and very thin. Light green bands alternate with forest green bands on the...
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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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Nobel Giant Spinach (Spinacia oleracea)
The Noble Giant is a vintage heirloom that won the All-America Selections in 1933. This spinach variety produces large, dark green leaves with a flavorful taste. This spinach is delicious raw, cooked, canned, or frozen in salads. The Noble Giant...
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New Zealand Spinach (Tetragonia tetragonoides)
New Zealand spinach is a tender annual perennial 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 succulent, triangular...
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Bloomsdale Spinach (Spinacia oleracea)
Bloomsdale Long Standing is a large, spreading spinach with meaty, savoyed, dark-green leaves with a rich, nutty flavour that is a classic market variety. It provides a constant bounty and is slow to bolt. Sow your first crop in the...
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White Stem (Intermediate) Radish, Sprouting (Raphanus sativus)
Many of the flavour characteristics of full-grown radishes can be found in radish sprouts. These sprouts, which are sometimes described as hot or spicy, have a lot of flavour and will add a gourmet touch to a variety of raw...
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Triton Purple Stem Radish, Sprouting (Raphanus sativus)
Purple Triton Stem Radish microgreen seeds sprout quickly (sometimes within 24 hours) and grow quickly. They'll reach a height of 3 to 4 inches in 7 days and be ready to harvest. They have dark green leaves with purple and...
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Sango Radish, Sprouting (Raphanus sativus)
Sango Radish microgreens are dense, crunchy, and have a radish flavour. They are very easy to grow and mature quickly. The vibrant purple colour is an excellent choice for adding colour and vibrancy to any salad, slaw, or sandwich.
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Red Arrow Red Stem Radish, Sprouting(Raphanus sativus)
This daikon sprout variety makes an excellent edible garnish, adding colour and spice to any dish. The seedlings have green leaves and crisp pink-red stems. This fast-growing radish was developed specifically for sprouting and is very popular in Japan. Sashimi,...
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Rambo Radish, Sprouting (Raphanus sativus)
Radish Rambo shoots have a beautiful deep red colour that will brighten up any plate. They are vitamin-rich and can be used to make sprouts or microgreens. Radish shoots have a spicy flavour and slightly longer for microgreens.
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Hong Vit Radish, Sprouting (Raphanus sativus)
The Hong Vit Radish is a favourite among many growers because of its spicy flavour, attractive purple stems, and green leaves. This radish variety also grows quickly as a microgreen. The Hong Vit has hairless purple stems that are attractive....
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China Rose Pink Stem Radish, Sprouting (Raphanus sativus)
The young roots of the China rose radish are known as China Rose sprouts. These sprouts will have a tail-like appearance and will be made up of thin white and rose-hued stems. A pair of petite heart-shaped green leaves with...
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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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Sparkler White Tip Radish (Raphanus sativus)
The Sparkler radish looks like a traditional raisin. It has tiny spheres with thin wiry taproots that are edible. The skin is two-toned, with a deep scarlet red on the top of the roots near the plant's leaves and a...
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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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Pink Beauty Radish (Raphanus sativus)
Roots are uniform, and the tops are medium. Pink Beauty eats better than just about any other radish we've tried, with its crisp texture and sweetness balanced with delicate spice. A high-quality, eye-catching radish. Pithiness is not tolerated. The colour...
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Minowase White Radish (Raphanus sativus)
It's a milder daikon that tolerates heat well, and it's best planted in late spring to grow and harvest throughout the summer. As it matures, it tends to grow out of the ground, developing green shoulders. Crisp, juicy, and spicy,...
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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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German Giant Radish (Raphanus sativus)
Radishes can grow to be the size of baseballs, but they never become too hot or fibrous. Eat them as small as a marble or go for a larger size to enjoy their sweet and mild flavour. Fresh eating, salads,...
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French Breakfast Radish (Raphanus sativus)
The root of the French Breakfast radish can be round, but most are oblong and two to four inches long. The vibrant colouring of the French Breakfast radish, whether round or cylindrical, is known for graduating from a vivid fuchsia-red...
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Easter Egg Radish (Raphanus sativus)
The Easter Egg radish is a small, round radish with thin, wiry taproots. Their skin is a rainbow of colours, ranging from white to pink to crimson to purple. Their flesh has a mild radish flavour and is bright white...
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Early Scarlet Globe Radish (Raphanus sativus)
One of the most popular home garden varieties for over a century. This early-blooming, high-yielding favourite produces uniform, bright red globes with crisp, tender, juicy, mild white flesh. For home or market gardeners, an early forcing radish that bunches well....
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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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Chinese White Winter Radish (Raphanus sativus)
Excellent yields of 6 to 8" long radishes from this plant. Crispy, juicy, and pungent white flesh. It's also great for sprouting. It's very simple to grow. It keeps well in the refrigerator. Plant winter storage radish in mid to...
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Cherry Belle Radish (Raphanus sativus)
Radish is a frost-resistant, quick-maturing, and simple-to-grow vegetable. This Holland heirloom's mild flavour and crisp texture make it a great addition to salads, sandwiches, and snack trays. Cut radishes into lovely "roses" and serve as a garnish or on a...
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Champion Radish (Raphanus sativus)
The Champion Radish takes a long time to get pithy. The bright scarlet colour of these early, fast-maturing radishes contrasts with firm, crisp white flesh. They're fantastic in salads, sandwiches, and as a garnish. Planting the seeds in full sun...
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Black Spanish Round Radish (Raphanus sativus)
Since the 1500s, black radishes have been grown and enjoyed in Europe. The large 3-4" turnip-shaped globes have crisp, pungent, spicy pure-white flesh and attractive black skins. A winter variety prized for its potent medicinal properties, ease of cultivation, and...
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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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Yellow of Paris (Jaune Gros De Paris) Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
 Also known as the Big Yellow Pumpkin of Paris or Jaune Gros de Paris. Historic Paris's magnificent huge pumpkin. The large pinkish-yellow fruit can weigh up to 100 pounds. They're circular, flattened, and ribbing is light. They're excellent keepers and...
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Tours (Citrouille de Touraine) Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
Tours is a lovely upright oval pumpkin with a unique shape that adds height and variety to fall displays. It has pale yellow flesh and is dark green with pale green stripes. Tours has a long history in France as...
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Spookie Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
Spookie is a combination between sugar pie and jack o' lantern pumpkins that makes a superb pie pumpkin or porch carving pumpkin. The 6 to 10 pound pumpkins have a smooth, hard red-orange skin and tasty, thick yellow-orange flesh and...
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Small Sugar Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
Small Sugar pumpkins are even better for pies than Connecticut Field pumpkins. Mr. Burpee described it as "a highly prolific and lovely small pumpkin; usual size approximately 10" in diameter; skin is a bright orange-yellow" when he marketed it in...
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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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Porcelain Doll F1 Pink Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
Porcelain Doll F1 Pink Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima) adds variety to fall ornamental arrangements. Pies, soups, and other gourmet treats can be made with the delicious meat. Full vines produce blocky, strongly ribbed fruit with an average weight of 16-24 lb....
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Long Island Cheese Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
Because of their squat shape and characteristic ribbing, these medium to big pumpkins resemble cheese wheels. Their stems are thin and their coloration is khaki. Baked into a pie, moderately sweet meat is frequently used. It takes 108 days for...
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Jarradale Blue Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
This gorgeous blue-green skin pumpkin is from the New Zealand town of Jarrahdale. The flattened, firm-ribbed fruits, which weigh 8-10 pounds and stand 12- 24inches tall, have mild, somewhat sweet, nearly fruity golden-yellow flesh that is also quite aromatic.
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Jack O'Lantern Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
Jack O Lantern produces vivid orange-skinned pumpkins that range in size from 12 to 16 inches. Pies are popular with pumpkins, and the Jack O Lantern Pumpkin creates a delicious pie. During the fall and Halloween seasons, it is also...
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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 properly treated, it will last a...
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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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Hooligan PMT F1 Hybrid Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
The hooligan pumpkin is a small, multicoloured jack-be-little hybrid cultivar with deep ridges and an orange, green, and yellow mottled pattern. Hooligan pumpkins are grown for both ornamental and eating purposes. Aside from the fruit, which has a delicious, sweet...
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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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Fairytale (Musque de Provence) Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
The flattened shape, robust ribs, and robust, curled stems give the fairytale pumpkin a wild, old-fashioned aspect. The pumpkins are terra cotta with stippling of green. The dense flesh is ideal for use in pies and other baked items. Reduce...
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Cushaw Orange Striped Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
The plant produces 20" large curved neck pumpkins with good yields. The skin is orange-striped and white. It has a thick golden flesh that makes it ideal for pies. Pumpkins can grow to be 30 pounds in weight. Perfect for...
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Cushaw Green Striped Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
Green mottled stripes on greenish white skin, light yellow meat, mild flavour comparable to button squash, hard thin rind, pear-shaped with bent neck, popular for boiling, baking, and pies 5kg to 7kg fruit stores well on this heat-tolerant trailing vine....
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Connecticut Field Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
Native Americans in the New England area grew this heritage pumpkin. The Connecticut field type produces fruits that are typically 12-14 inches in diameter and are considered the original Halloween carving pumpkin. These old heirloom pumpkins are utilised in cooking...
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Cinderella (Rouge Vif d’Etampes) Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
This centuries-old French heirloom pumpkin resembles the coach from the Cinderella storey. The bright orange colour contrasts beautifully with the prominent lobes and flattened crown. Orange flesh adds flavour to pies and savoury foods. Each plant produces 10 foot vines...
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Casper White Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima)
The Casper Pumpkin is an attractive pumpkin with a white skin and a thick orange flesh that is wonderful for eating. This cultivar can reach a diameter of 9-12 inches and a weight of 10-16 pounds. Casper features a tan...
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