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(OP) HEIRLOOM. 75 days. A Southern Favorite! Excellent flavor. Small compact 12-18”H plant produces short-stemmed, short core, uniform solid oval heads of dark blue-green, cup-shaped leaves. Approximately 7,812 seeds per ounce or 125,000 seeds per pound
(OP-Annual) 50 days. Distinctive anise-like flavor. 2 ½’ H plant has enlarged leaf bases similar to celery. Will form a bulb if harvested before seed sets. Leaves/seeds used in soups, eggs, sauces. Bulbous stem can be steamed, grilled or served raw. Sow away from dill. Approximately 7,000 seeds per ounce
(HY) 95 days. An exciting and attractive hybrid gourd mixture, Galaxy of the Stars brings interest to your fall market displays. The mix produces unique star-shaped fruit in varying striped patterns in colors of yellow, cream, orange, green, and white. The mature fruit holds up well to mechanical washing and waxing. Galaxy of Stars gourds are an excellent variety to boost fall sales at roadside or farmer’s markets. Approximately 670 seeds per ounce or 10,740 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 100-120 days. 800,000 - >1,000,000 SHU – CALL the FIRETRUCK HOT! World’s Hottest Pepper in the 2007 Guinness Book of World’s Records – About 300 times hotter than a jalapeno! Best tasting super hot pepper! 2 ½-3”L x 1”W wrinkled, teardrop lime green fruit ripens to red, yellow, orange or chocolate. Start indoors earlier than other peppers as it is slow to germinate. Have become a culinary rage as they are incorporated in ketchup, burgers, jelly and candy in small amounts. Great for salsa, chutney, jerk sauces, and ghost pepper jam! Used in non-lethal hand grenades and pepper spray. Approximately 4,000-5,625 seeds per ounce or 64,000-90,000 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. Determinate. 90 days. Largest tomatillo you can grow! 2-4’ tall vigorous prostrate vine produces heavy yields of excellent flavored 3 oz apple green tomatillos. Papery husks protect the tomatillos as they ripen and fall from the plants. Heavy re-seeder. Very popular in the Southwest US for making salsa verde or chili verde when combined with fresh hot peppers. Suitable for Home Garden and Market Growers. Approximately 19,890 seeds per ounce or 318,250 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 65 days. Gourmet peas! Heavy yielding 24-30”H plants produce plump, 4-5”L pods containing 8-11 wonderfully sweet petite emerald green peas. Pods develop in pairs and set at the top of the plant which makes picking easy! Excellent for canning and freezing, commercial production, fresh markets and home gardens. Resists Wilt and Mildew. Approximately 130 seeds per ounce or 2,080 per pound
(HY) 62 days. Widely-adaptable , dependable and very productive! Excellent flavor! 22-24”H plants produce fancy, quality smooth blue green heads that are well domed. Sturdy, heavy plants make for very good crown-cuts. The best for side-shoot production. Approximately 9,000 seeds per ounce or 144,000 seeds per pound
(OP) 70-90 days. 200,000-300,000 SHU – EXTREMELY HOT! “HOT” new look for the Habanero – Elongated, glossy bright red! 30-36”H plant produces high yields of 3-4”L glossy bright red hot peppers. Peppers are lantern shaped, longer and more slender than a typical Habanero. Ready to eat when they are still green (70 days) but are more succulent and nutritious if allowed to ripen to red (90 days). Early maturity variety that is good for cooler climes. Approximately 4,000-5,625 seeds per ounce or 64,000-90,000 seeds per pound
(HY) 95 days. Semi-bush plant producing small, very attractive and decorative multi-colored (green, yellow, white, orange) fruit. Some fruit have deep wings, others are smoother.
(HY) 90-100-days. These 1-2 lb flavorful butternuts have a deep orange flesh and can be grown anywhere. Very productive-produces numerous fruits on a compact plant. 6-7”L fruits are sweet and nutty, slightly larger and more meaty than similar comparison varieties. Delicious steamed, baked or made into soups and stews. Resistant: Powdery Mildew. Approximately 370 seeds per ounce or 5,940 seeds per pound
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