White Boston, Butterhead Lettuce (Lactuca sativa)
The White Boston is a butterhead lettuce that is a more refined version of the Big Boston. This lettuce variety produces excellent yields of firm, round, 12" crisp lettuce heads. The White Boston lettuce is a delicious bright light green...
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Buttercrunch , Butterhead Lettuce (Lactuca sativa)
Buttercrunch lettuce is a kind of butterhead lettuce that belongs to a larger group known as butterhead lettuces. Tiny, loosely shaped leaf heads and a smooth flavour distinguish these lettuces. Butterhead and buttercrunch are almost identical plants in several respects,...
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Bronze Mignonette, Butterhead Lettuce (Lactuca sativa)
Flavorful butterhead lettuce with frilled leaves is produced in large quantities by this plant. The bronze-green leaves taste great. It's great in salads and as a garnish. This petite lettuce variety is perfect for baby lettuce. Adaptable to heat and...
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New York 12, Batavian Lettuce (Lactuca sativa)
Wide crisp head lettuce yields well from this plant. Sandwiches, salads, and garnishes benefit from the crisp leaves. A heat-resistant variety that is ideal for southern fall crops. For commercial growers, this is a good shipper variety. For home gardens,...
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Great Lakes 118, Batavian Lettuce (Lactuca sativa)
Heat tolerant and bolt resistant, Great Lakes 118' is a 1960s upgrade over the original 'Great Lakes.' The Great Lakes 118 lecttuce have produces big, crisp heads! Many farmers choose this variety because of its large heads and delicious taste....
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Giant Musselburg Leek (Allium porrum)
 The mildly flavoured stalks, also known as 'Giant Musselburgh' and 'Scotch Flag,' are very large and long, with fan-shaped dark green leaves. Their white bases are blanched and appear to be short.This is one of the most winter-hardy leeks around....
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Purple Vienna Kohlrabi (Brassica oleracea)
Kohlrabi is both attractive and unusual. Leaves and globes are purplish, with a mild turnip-cabbage flavour. White-fleshed bulbs are eaten like broccoli, and leaves are eaten like kale. Plants reach a height of 18" and have globes that rise above the...
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White Russian Kale (Brassica oleracea)
Red and White Russian is a unique kale blend. The tender, colourful leaves are curly and serrated. Young leaves can be added to salads, while mature leaves can be cooked or steamed.  Other kales have been less tolerant of wet...
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Siberian Dwarf Kale (Brassica oleracea)
Siberian Dwarf Kale (Brassica oleracea) is a fast-growing, cold-hardy plant that can withstand light frost. It's an early Kale variety that yields a lot of lightly crumpled deep green foliage. The leaves are flavorful and crunchy. New or fried, it's...
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Lacinato Kale aka 'Dinosaur Kale' (Brassica oleracea)
Lacinato Kale aka 'Dinosaur Kale'  (Brassica oleracea) is an old heirloom variety with big, tender leaves. AKA Dinosaur kale, Black Magic, or Toscano. This variety is widely used in fresh markets and in home gardens. This kale variety is known...
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Dwarf Blue Curled Vates Kale (Brassica oleracea)
This heirloom is edible architecture and one of the most attractive fall garden vegetables. Plants grow tightly packed heads with finely twisted, crinkly, bluish-green leaves on attractive, compact plants. New, in salads, or cooked into a soup or stew, this...
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Turks Turban Gourd (Cucurbita maxima)
Turk's Turban is a favourite for fall centrepieces and decorations because of its unique form and vibrant colours. Its golden flesh is also edible! Turban-shaped, 7-8 in. gourds weighing up to 5 lbs. each are produced by large vines. Black,...
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Large Mixed Gourd (Lagenaria siceraria)
The Large Mix is a collection of the most common large gourds available! Calabash, Dipper, Sugar Trough, and a few other gourds make up the big gourd mix. These are big gourds that will take a longer time to fully...
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Cavemans Club Gourd (Lagenaria siceraria)
Caveman's Club Gourd is an open-pollinated heirloom gourd variety that looks like a primitive tool from the past. Gourds with a long, slender handle and an expanded club end are produced by this variety. These gourds, also known as dipper...
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Bushel Gourd (Lagenaria siceraria)
The Bushel is a huge decorative gourd! Bushel gourds produce enormous gourds with a diameter of up to 3-5 feet, the size of a bushel basket, and a weight of up to 100 pounds. This gourd variety is fantastic for...
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Pioneer F1 Cucumber, Hybrid (Cucumis sativus)
The Pioneer cucumber is a great cucumber for pickling. This variation is more consistent than others. Pioneer has a dark green skin and a crunchy flesh that is delicious. This pickling cucumber produces a lot of fruit and grows well...
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Parisian Gherkin F1 Cucumber, Hybrid (Cucumis sativus)
The Parisian Gherkin F1 cucumber is a great mini or gherkin pickling cucumber that can be harvested at the midget or small pickle stage and processed. Cucumbers with black spines can also be used fresh in salads and slaws. Crisp...
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Calypso Cucumber, Hybrid (Cucumis sativus)
Calypso Cucumber is a hybrid pickle cucumber variety with a high yield. Calypso developed earlier and yielded more in research trials than other pickling varieties. It has a good disease kit that includes mildew and cucumber mosaic virus resistance. Plants...
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Mouse Melon Cucumber, Slicing (Melothria scabra)
Cute grape-sized fruits with a cucumber taste and a touch of tartness that resemble miniature watermelons. For a fun visual twist, pickle and add to a martini. Since the fruits become more sour as they mature, they are also known...
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Marketmore 76 Cucumber, Slicing (Cucumis sativus)
Marketmore 76 Cucumber, Slicing (Cucumis sativus): For consistency and yield potential, Marketmore 76 is an excellent open-pollinated slicer cucumber. This plant produces a large number of medium-sized cucumbers (8-10 inches long) with dark green skin. It has a slightly bumpy...
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Marketer Cucumber, Slicing (Cucumis sativus)
Since the 1940s, the Marketer cucumber has been a popular option. This cucumber variety produces 9" tall, deep green cucumbers that are very tasty. When picked small, Marketer cucumbers are ideal for slicing, salads, and pickles.
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Lemon Cucumber, Slicing (Cucumis sativus)
Lemon cucumbers grow tons of pastel yellow fruit that are exactly the same color, size, and shape as pale lemons. They have a mild, sweet taste, a crisp texture, and thin skins that aren't bitter. Lemon cukes are wonderful eaten...
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Homemade Pickles Cucumber, Pickling (Cucumis sativus)
The cultivar ‘Homemade Pickles' is an heirloom variety. This robust bush variety, also known as 'Southern Homemade Pickles,' provides an abundance of five to six-inch fruits. This variety is famous for pickling and fresh eating because of its crisp texture...
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Boston Cucumber, Pickling (Cucumis sativus)
Boston Pickling Cucumbers are a high-yielding plant that can be harvested year after year! The Boston Pickling, as its name suggests, is excellent for pickling! This cucumber can reach a length of 3 inches and have black spines.
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Sugar Loaf Endive (Cichorium endivia)
Chefs in France and Italy prize this gourmet endive variety, which closely resembles the more popular Romaine lettuce. Its slightly bitter taste brings a special flavour to any salad, and the light green leaves form compact heads weighing 2-4 pounds.
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Salad King Endive (Cichorium endivia)
The Salad King Endive is the king of salads, and it lives up to its reputation! It's a lovely endive that grows quickly and evenly. The dark green blade and pale green midrib of this variety's long, twisted, and deeply...
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Rossa Di Verona Endive (Cichorium endivia)
Rossa di Verona is a lovely heirloom radicchio with deep red, heart-shaped leaves that are tightly wrapped around one another to form a solid, round head. For a fall harvest, sow Rossa di Verona chicory seeds in May/June and transplant...
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Green Curled Ruffec Endive (Cichorium endivia)
The Green Curled Ruffec Endive is a hardy, old endive that thrives in the cold. This variety thrives in both cold and wet conditions. The deep cut green leaves of the Green Curled Ruffec Endive are ideal for garnishes and...
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Catalogna Emerald Endive (Cichorium endivia)
 Catalogna Emerald endive resembles dandelion with its white stems and dark green leaves, but it has a mild taste and tender leaves. Harvest leaves the first year and overwinter for succulent flower stems in mild climates. Since light frost sweetens...
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Broadleaf Batavian Endive (Cichorium endivia)
Wide lettuce-like leaves with a slight twist characterise the Broadleaf Batavian Endive chicory. This endive produces 10-12" leaves and tightly packed heads with a well blanched, creamy heart. The Broadleaf Batavian Endive is ideal for serving as a garnish on...
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Louisiana Long Green Eggplant (Solanum melongena)
Select the fruits of this Southern heirloom eggplant when they're young for the best flavour and texture. The slender fruits grow 8-9" long and have attractive light green skin and full-bodied, nutty white flesh. Tall plants produce large yields that...
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Casper Eggplant (Solanum melongena)
The Casper eggplant gets its name from its ghostly white colour. This white-skinned eggplant bears 5-7-inch-long fruit early in the season. Casper has a delectable mushroom taste that goes well in soups, stews, and roasts. This eggplant variety can be...
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Black Beauty Eggplant (Solanum melongena)
Big, glossy, oblong fruits with a dark purple to almost black skin that develop early on sturdy plants. This heirloom has been grown for over 100 years and can produce up to 12 fruits per plant, but it requires a...
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Sugar Buns R/M Hybrid Yellow Sweet Corn (SE) (Zea mays)
A truly gourmet yellow hybrid grown for use in the home garden, fresh market, and roadside stands. This variety blends earliness with outstanding, sweet flavour and strong holding qualities, making it our best-selling early corn. Corn seeds from the Sugar...
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Honey Select Hybrid, Yellow Sweet Corn (Zea mays)
Honey Select Hybrid, Yellow Sweet Corn (Zea mays): This honey of a corn pops in your mouth with a distinctive sweetness that blends well with its flavor for those who like firm flavorful crunchy kernels. This TripleSweet Honey Select sweet...
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Silver Queen Hybrid White Sweet Corn (SU) (Zea mays)
The famous late-season variety Silver Queen is tender and flavorful. It's ready to harvest in 92 days and has a proven track record for productivity, taste, and adaptability. Summer's greatest delight is garden-fresh sweet corn. For cross-pollination and well-filled ears,...
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Argent Hybrid White Sweet Corn (SE) (Zea mays)
'Argent' is a creamy, white sweet corn with excellent traits such as cool-weather adaptability and Stewart's wilt and northern corn leaf blight resistance. 'Argent' is a sugary enhanced (se) hybrid that maintains its sweetness and high-quality flavour for several days...
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Serendipity Hybrid Bi-color Sweet Corn (Zea mays)
Full-flavored, with a strong mix of sugary and typical corn flavours. Serendipity has a heavenly bouquet and a soft-crisp creamy feel to savour again and again. Heron's favourite in the 2011 trials, along with Honey Choose. To get the most...
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Peaches & Cream Hybrid Bi-color Sweet Corn (SE) (Zea mays)
Peaches and Cream Sweet Corn is a bicolor hybrid of white and yellow kernels that give each bite two distinct flavours. It's a sugary-enhanced (se) variety, which means it ripens a little sooner than regular varieties. Sugar-enhanced sweet corn can...
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Ambrosia Hybrid Bi-color Sweet Corn (SE) (Zea mays)
Ambrosia Corn is a bi-color sweet corn with excellent flavour that has been sugar enhanced (SE). This F1 hybrid is a favourite for its plump and juicy corn! Ambrosia has a combination of delicious white and yellow kernels and is...
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Vates Collard (Brassica oleracea)
Vates is one of the most productive collards available. The dark green leaves of this collard variety are extremely tasty. Vates reaches a height of 30" and takes a long time to bolt.With non-heading and slow-bolting plants, these collards have...
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Champion Collard (Brassica oleracea)
The Champion collard is a delicious Vates improvement. Champion is a compact collard plant with improved bolt resistance and winter hardiness, completely deserving of the title of champion! It's an open-pollinated plant with waxy blue-green leaves that's good for seed...
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Cutting Celery (Apium graveolens)
Cutting celery, also known as leaf celery or Chinese celery, is a miniature version of traditional celery. The stalks are narrower, measuring about a quarter of the width of a normal stalk. It also has a stronger flavour, making it...
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Monument Hybrid (Michihili Type) (Brassica rapa Pekinensis)
In the greenhouse, this Chinese cabbage hybrid grows bright dark green, upright heads that look statuesque. Monument cabbages are a Michihli variety of Chinese cabbage with a cylindrical shape and crisp, textured outer leaves surrounding a sweet, tender white heart....
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Green Rocket Hybrid (Michihili Type) (Brassica rapa Pekinensis)
The sweetness and crisp leaves of this early maturing Michihili style Chinese cabbage are well-known. It is a vigorous grower, disease resistant, and matures early with uniform frilly-leafed cylindrical heads that grow to 18" tall and 4 to 4 1/2...
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Pagoda Hybrid (Michihili Type) (Brassica rapa Pekinensis)
It is a variant of Michihili . Medium level of maturity. 18-20" tall, 4-5 lbs., long cone-shaped head Beautiful, lightweight, and consistent shape. It's a good option for sowing in the fall.
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WR-70 Days Hybrid (Barrel Head Type) (Brassica rapa Pekinensis)
This medium green, early maturing nappa cabbage variety has a wide range of adaptability. Where other nappas are difficult to grow, this one is recommended. At maturity, heads can weigh up to 5 pounds. It has a high cold tolerance,...
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Mini Kisaku Hybrid (Barrel Head Type) (Brassica rapa Pekinensis)
This thin, early maturing variety is easier to manage than other varieties' big heads. When fully mature, it weights just 2-3 pounds and has a yellow centre that is crisp, tender, and delicious.
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Matsushima (Barrel Head Type) (Brassica rapa Pekinensis)
In several parts of Asia, this Japanese heirloom variety known as dento yasai is a staple. It has a barrel-shaped head and can be planted in large quantities. The leaves can be dried and used in the winter.
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Kyoto (Barrel Head Type) (Brassica rapa Pekinensis)
This cabbage, a Japanese heirloom or dento yasai type, has a barrel-shaped head and matures to 6-7 lbs. It has a mild taste and keeps well. For its key growing season, it prefers cool temperatures. Make sure the soil is...
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