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(OP) HEIRLOOM. 75 days. Long, tapered 8-11”L. Lycopene, a cancer preventing antioxidant, gives it the striking color! Cooking deepens the color and flavor. Best steamed, cooked in soups or stews or roasted. FM, HG, J
CROP FAILURE for 2017. WE WILL TRY AGAIN NEXT SEASON! 85 days. A melon with fruit very similar to Crimson Sweet, blocky shape, average 20-22 pounds. Tests show a higher sugar content and better flesh color than Crimson Sweet. Small seeds are dark brown. Plants are tolerant to Fusarium Wilt, Downy Mildew and Anthracnose Race 1, and Anthracnose Race 2. Very high yields, excellent quality.
75 days (first blooms). Beautiful mixture of yellow, orange, bronze and purple shades on 8"-9" flowers. Suitable for flower arrangements. Heat and drought tolerant. Plants should be 10" apart after thinning. Small seed.
88 days. This is the butternut hybrid squash for professionals. Avalon F1 is our newest and best butternut squash. It gives high yields due to its high pack out. Somewhat larger than Waltham. Early to mature. Uniform, wide tops. Good tan color with fewer green stripes. Outstanding yields. Fruit 5" x 11", weighs 4-5 lbs.
(Mini White Pumpkin) 95 days. Baby Boo makes a nice companion to Jack-Be-Little. Fruit average 2-3 inches in width, edible white flesh. Fruit shape is variable. Great for Halloween, Thanksgiving or Christmas decorating. Harvest before frost, pull while vines are still vigorous for white color as stressed plants will cause the fruit to be ivory color. Fruit can be stored 12-16 months if properly cured.
Annual. A wonderful old-fashioned flower also called "Corn Flower" in mixed colors of blue, pink, wine-red and white. Flowers are about 1-1 1/2 inches in diameter, and grow 2-3 ft. tall. Produce an almost endless supply of cut-flowers late spring and summer. Like sun to part-sun. Sow direct in garden. 1 Packet.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 90-95 days. Old popular variety predating 1880! Fascinating and unusual melon that resembles a banana more than a cantaloupe! 16-20”L weighing 4-5 lbs at maturity. Little or no netting. Yellow rind, salmon flesh, very sweet and juicy with a hint of banana taste and aroma. FM, HG
(OP) 65-70 day. pods tapering to point, 5 1/2 by 1 1/4 average, medium thick, light yellow, turning red at maturity, some show greenish cast with purple splashes when small. Sturdy, upright plants produce over long period, light green foliage. Market and processing.
80 days. Fruit up to 2 lbs. Deep, oblate, roughened, green shoulder. Outstanding taste and eating quality. Vines are Verticillium and Fusarium Wilt tolerant. Strong indeterminate.
75 days. Juicy, meaty, round, red fruits average 1lb. Heavy producer. Stocky plants are Verticillium and Fusarium Wilt tolerant. Strong indeterminate. Home or market.
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