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(HY) 85-90 days. WOW!! It’s just what it says it is! A truck buster! High yielder of large, long shaped fruit with a big girth, tri-striped rind, and sweet, red,crispy flesh. It is the watermelon with the big heart. Strong vigorous plants. Average of over 50 lbs but when conditions are favorable, some fruit will weigh 80-90 lbs. If you want a big one that looks and tastes good, you should try Truck Buster! Excellent for home gardens and to use to show off. Tolerance to Fusarium Wilt.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 115 days. 8-9’H plants produce 8-10”L ears with 14-18 rows of white kernels. Heat tolerant. Stays fresh for a long time. Field dent corn that is excellent for roasting in the milk stage, frying or used as a dent. Perfect for hominy. Excellent silage. Approximately 250 seeds per ounce or 4,000 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 85-90 days. Unique Ornamental/Edible. Beautiful squash that ranges in color from mottled green, orange, red, yellow to ivory often displaying all of these colors on a single squash. The turban-like cap is on the blossom end. Vigorous vines produce thin, hard shell fruits measuring 10-15” in diameter and weighing 3-5 lb at maturity. Thick, sweet golden yellow flesh has an excellent flavor for roasting, baking, steaming or used in soups and stews. These are very popular as fall decorations and are in great demand at Farmer’s Markets. Approximately 260 seeds per ounce or 4,200 seeds per pound
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TX/OK Blend - #362 A blend of wild flowers offering 20 or more different native or adapted varieties for this region: Formulated for hot/dry climates. Their beauty is unsurpassed, and pollinators will be appreciative! Can be planted anytime, but most plants will germinate in the spring and produce flowers from spring through summer. Fall/winter planting is an option as some plants benefit from cool season planting
(OP-Perennial) A superior Mary Washington variety that produces earlier, larger and more uniform yields of dark green spears with fairly compact heads. Spears are 6-12" long and 1/2" in diameter. More heat and drought tolerant than other varieties. May take 2-3 yrs to reach full production but can bear for 15-20 yrs. Prefers full sun. Excellent choice for market growers and home gardeners. Tolerant of Fusarium Wilt and Rust. Approximately 940 seeds per ounce or 15,000 seeds per pound.
UC-157 F2 - #207 (HY) MOST WIDELY PLANTED FRESH MARKET ASPARAGUS VARIETY IN THE WORLD! It was developed at the University of California at Riverside in 1978. It is the 2nd generation hybrid produced from the original UC 157. Shows earliness in production, multispear initiation (3-5 at a time), uniformity in color & size, and heavier yields than other commercial varieties. 3-4’ tall. Approximately 940 seeds per ounce or 15,000 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 75 days. Standard, most well know variety. Large, thick, 1 ½-2’H silvery green leaves on 32" tall plants. Very high yielding. Mild cabbage like flavor. Long standing. Slow to bolt. Disease, heat and frost resistant. Excellent for boiling! USES: Freezing, Fresh Markets, Home Gardens, Processing. Approximately 6,760 seeds per ounce or 108,230 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 90 days. Super healthy alternative to pasta! 4-6’ vines produce 4-5 medium-sized, 8-10”L, 3-5 lb oblong fruit. Ivory skin turns pale yellow at maturity. Bake like squash or boil whole fruit for 20-30 minutes, remove spaghetti-like flesh with fork, season with spaghetti sauce or salt and butter. Can be stored several months in a cool, dry place.
Approximately 260 seeds per ounce or 4,200 seeds per pound
Velvet Queen - #340 HEIRLOOM. 80-100 days (First blooms). Beautiful accompaniment to the multitudes of yellow toned sunflowers! Vibrant, 6-8”W velvety gold to orange to crimson flowers contrast a large black center on 4-5’H stalks.Blooms are heaviest mid-summer. Excellent for cut flower arrangements. Superb size for bed, border or vegetable garden or line up along a fence or wall. Attracts pollinators and beneficial insects. Birds love the seeds! Plants should be 18” apart after thinning. Approximately 1,130 seeds per ounce
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