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(HY) 35 days. Unique round, dark green shiny zucchini with a rich buttery flavor! Vigorous plants produce excellent yields of uniform speckled fruits with white-to-pale green flesh. Open bush type plants have short spines and yield consistently over the entire growing season. For best flavor, harvest when fruit is 2-3” in diameter. At full size, it is ideal for stuffing; at immature size, it is fantastic steamed whole. Very adaptable. Approximately 260 seeds per ounce or 4,200 seeds per pound
Fordhook 242 - #218U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 75 days. No finer bush lima! 3-5 tasty, large, plump, pale green seeds per 4” pod. 15-20”H sturdy, upright bush-type plants set pods that are easy to pick and shell. Heavy yields from mid-season to frost. Prolific even during drought and heat, making it perfect for growing in the South. Well adapted for Northern and Coastal climates. Canning, Freezing, Fresh Markets, Home Gardens. Disease and Pest Resistant. About 1,500-2,000 seeds/lb
Great Lakes Mesa 659 - #280U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 80-90 days. Add crunch to your salads and sandwiches with this classic iceberg! Medium-large, round, very firm heads are covered by overfolding, fringed dark green leaves. Harvest young for baby greens! Does well in most US regions. Slow bolting. Resistant to cold damage and sunburn. Very well adapted to hot and adverse conditions. About 400,000 seeds/lb; 25,000 seeds/oz
Greencrop - #112U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 55 days. Medium green 6-7”L x ½” flat pods. Stringless. Tender. Excellent flavor. White seed. 12-18”H upright vines. Good performer in most locations. Canning, Freezing, Fresh Markets, Home Gardens. Resistant: Bean Common Mosaic Virus. About 1,500-2,000 seeds/lb
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Harvest Moon F1 (Seedless) - #562T or #562U (HY) 90 days. The first ever hybrid, triploid seedless to ever win a coveted All-America Selection award! It is the new twist on the beloved heirloom, Moon and Stars, sporting the familiar dark green rind with freckles and splotches of bright yellow. However, Harvest Moon offers many advantages: Seedless, ripens earlier, has higher yield and tastes better! 13-15”L beautiful elongated-round, 18-20 lb sweet, crisp pinkish-red fleshy fruits are set on more compact, shorter vines (3-5’ x 12’H) which yield 4-5 melons to a plant. Pollinator required. Recommendation: Since seedless melons can be a bit more finicky to germinate than seeded melons, start indoors at 85-90 degrees F. Transplant outdoors in warm soil after seedlings develop 2 sets of true leaves. For watermelon connoisseurs who prefer heirloom varieties, we offer the Moon and Stars also! Why not try both and you be the judge…and let us know what you think!
Honeybaby - #430 (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
Imperator 58 - #186U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 77 days. Excellent all-purpose carrot! Very flavorful, sweet and tender. Smooth, dark orange, standard long, thin type carrot usually 9”L by 1 ½” - this is the carrot usually found in your produce store. Performs best in loose soils. Stores well. Fresh Markets, Home Gardens. About 368,000 seeds/lb; 23,000 seeds/oz
Iochief - #401T (Treated) or #401U (Untreated) (SU) (HY) 86 days. Very popular corn for decades! Sturdy 7’H plants produce (2) 8-9”L x 2” ears set at 20”H with 14-16 rows of deep golden yellow, tender kernels. Very consistent producer. Holds flavor well after harvest. Great for canning, freezing and eating fresh. Drought resistant.
About 3,200 seeds/lb; 200 seeds/oz for Sh2 (Supersweet) varieties
About 2,700 - seeds/lb; 165 seeds/oz for other sweet corn
(OP) HEIRLOOM. Indeterminate. 80 days. Old standard cross between Tangerine and Rutgers. 5-6’ tall plants produce high yields of 8-12 oz, 2-3” diameter, globe-shaped, thick-walled, meaty fruits with few seeds. Bright golden-orange tomatoes have a mild sweet flavor, low acidity and high Vitamin C content. Widely adapted throughout US except in northernmost regions. Requires staking or cages. Perfect for salads, salsa, cooking, canning and making tomato juice. Adds cheery color to salads and sandwiches. Excellent choice for Home Gardens and always a great seller at Farmer’s Markets. (ASC) Approximately 8,890 seeds per ounce or 142,370 seeds per pound
Katarina - #245U (HY) 45 days. All around winner for versatility! Taste is less bitter but much sweeter than conventional varieties. Perfect smaller head size and shape can be grown successfully in containers, in ground or raised beds or as an ornamental/edible border. - Matures as much as 1-3 weeks earlier than other similar varieties. Once the main head is removed, the plants continue to grow smaller side heads as well. Small tight 4” light green heads are round and smooth with tightly packed leaves. Holds well in the field at harvest. Great for slaws, salads and stir fries. Perfect for Fresh Markets, Garden Centers, Home Gardens. About 124,000 seeds/lb; 7,750 seeds/oz
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