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(OP) HEIRLOOM. 50-60 days. Attractive 4’H plants with green leaves contrasting with burgundy stem branches and leaf ribs. Bright yellow flowers followed by tender 5-7” deep burgundy slender pods that add beautiful color to any gumbo dish! Most productive of the red varieties. Ornamental and edible! Use in landscaping and dried and fresh flower arrangements.
(HY) Indeterminate. 78 days. One of the greatest tomatoes of all times and still a best seller! Healthy vines produce large, red, smooth, firm, thick-walled, 10-16 oz fruit all summer long. Its wonderful aroma and richly flavored meaty flesh cannot be beat. Widely adaptable. Heat tolerant. Crack resistant. Requires staking or cages. (ASC, BSp, FW1,N, St, V) Approximately 11,500 seeds per ounce or 184,000 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 50 days. Entirely stringless! Early and prolific yields. 12-18”H. 6”L pods are round, meaty, juicy and slightly curved with exceptional flavor. USES: Canning, Freezing, Fresh Markets, Home Gardens. Approximately 100 seeds per ounce or 1,180 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 120 days. Huge tan gourd measures 3-5 ft. in diameter, weighs 25-60 pounds, dries to a light weight. Used in crafting and as a container. Long vines with evening blooming white flowers that attract moths.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 60 days. One of the most popular garden lettuces! Premium quality with a luscious buttery flavor! 12”H medium heads with smooth dark green, tender, juicy leaves and a compact creamy yellow heart. Slow to bolt. Maintains its sweetness during summer’s heat without turning bitter! 392,520 seeds per pound or 24,530 seeds per ounce.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 100 days. Undisputed king of all butternut squash! Vigorous vining plant produces good yields of 5-6, uniform, 7-9”L x 4” diameter (around its plump “bulb end”) fruits weighing 3-6 lb. Fruits have small seed cavities and thick, straight, cylindrical necks. Rich, dry, orange fine-textured flesh has a scrumptiously nutty-sweet flavor with a high cooking quality. Exceptional keepers. Delicious roasted, sautéed, pureed or made into soup. Approximately 329 seeds per ounce or 5,270 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 85 days. Delicious, old-fashioned with tight heads that can grow up to 8” in diameter. Bluish-green, compact. 30-36”H erect leafy plants with abundant side shoots through fall. Frost resistant. FM, HG Approximately 9,000 seeds per ounce or 144,000 seeds per pound
Annual. Also called "Pot Marigold", provides early summer color when direct seeded in garden. Clip spent flowers to extend blooming season. Impressive double and semi-double blossoms are about 2 in. across, 18-20 in. tall. Colors range from orange to shades of yellow. Prefer full to part sun. 1 Packet.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 60-70 days. Most popular of all Southern peas across the country! Rich, lightly sweet flavor and meaty texture. Dark black-eye trademark on its white shell. Can use as green shell or dry peas. Early maturing. 6-8”L pods, well-filled with medium-large seeds. Vigorous, heavy yielding, 16-18”H upright to semi-spreading vines. Fair drought resistance. Great fresh, frozen, or canned. Resistant: Fusarium Wilt, Nematodes. Approximately 1,723 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 55-60 days. Classic Southern pea! Heavy yielder. Typical blackeye type of Southern pea with cream-colored seed coats and black pigments around the eyes. Stands more erect than California No. 5, have smaller seeds and shorter plant height. 6-8”L pods are above foliage. Does not exhibit leaky eye (discolors canning brine) when canned. Great fresh, frozen or canned. Resistant: Fusarium Wilt, Nematodes. Approximately 2,423 seeds per pound
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