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Dwarf Grey Sugar - #334U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 57 days. Earliest producing snow pea with the most dwarf edible pods! Prolific, 24-30”H bushy plants produce 2 ½-3” clusters of light green, plump, deliciously sweet tender pods located at the tops of the plants for easy picking. Harvest when young and continue picking to promote further fruiting. Can be eaten raw straight from the garden, steamed or stir-fried. Attractive edible purple flowers and shoots brighten salads and add a splash of beauty to salads or as a garnishment to any dish. Heat and cold tolerant. Perfect for containers. About 2,500 seeds/lb
Dwarf Long Green Pod - #124U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 50 days. 2 ½-3’H very high yielding plants. Produce 7-8”L x 1 ½”W fleshy dark green, slightly ridged, tapered, stocky and spineless pods. Pods can be boiled, fried, used in soups or frozen. Suitable for Northern and Southern regions. About 8,000 seeds/ lb; 500 seeds/oz
Dwarf Siberian Improved - #277U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 50-60 days. Upright, uniform 15-17”H smooth, thick, medium, deep green, round-oval leaves with frilled edges. Very productive. Use for baby leaf, bunching, stir fries. About 144,000 seeds/lb; 9,000 seeds/oz
Dwarf Sunspot- #370U 55 days (First blooms). Classic sunflower that is easy to grow! Single, enormous yellow 10”W nodding flowers are perched atop 24-30” tall bushes. Vibrant, golden yellow petals surround golden-brown centers when mature. Yield a bounty of delectable seeds for bird and people, also! Drought, heat and humidity tolerant. Pest and disease resistant. Can be grown in containers or beds. Sunflowers are ideal for hedges, screens or as a background. Require sunny locations with fertile well-drained soil. Plants should be 12” apart after thinning. About 375 sds/oz
Dwarf Taylor Horticultural (Cranberry Bean) - #209U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 62-68 days. Stout, erect, shrubby 24”H plants produce 5-6”L pods with large, oval beans splashed with purplish-red. Very prolific. Delicious as green shelled or dried. Fresh Markets, Home Gardens. About 1,500-2,000 seeds per/lb
Dynamo - #511T (HY) 58 days. Perfect size for one meal! Excellent early cabbage. Small, dense, globe shaped, blue-green heads that weigh 2 ½-3 lbs. Excellent field holding ability. Resists splitting. Perfect for containers. Saves space in the garden. Very heat tolerant. Slow to bolt, harvest over an extended period. Fresh Markets, Home Gardens. About 124,000 seeds/lb; 7,750 seeds/oz
Dynamo - #C511 (HY) 58 days. Perfect size for one meal! Excellent early cabbage. Small, dense, globe shaped, blue-green heads that weigh 2 ½-3 lbs. Excellent field holding ability. Resists splitting. Perfect for containers. Saves space in the garden. Very heat tolerant. Slow to bolt, harvest over an extended period. Fresh Markets, Home Gardens. About 124,000 seeds/lb; 7,750 seeds/oz
Standard (75%), Tested (09/2018), Germ (78%)
100 seed was $2.85 now $1.00
300 seed was $3.95 now $1.95
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1,000 seed was $7.35 now $4.05
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Early Doll F1 - #252U (HY) Determinate. 59 Days. You asked for it – We brought it back! Every gardener needs a variety like this one – early with excellent flavor. High yielding 48-60” plant produces 4-5 oz. bright red, globe shaped fruit that is excellent for fresh use in salsas, salads or slicing. A great tomato to grow in Northern areas where the season is short. This tomato plant is also great for Southern locations where you can harvest the crop before insects and disease start to take over. About 184,000 seeds/lb; 11,500 seeds/oz.
Early Girl - #482T (HY) Indeterminate. 57 days. A favorite slicer for decades! High yielding plants bear extremely early large clusters of bright red, meaty 4-6 oz. globe to slightly flattened fruits. It’s hard to find this scrumptious rich tangy flavor in newer hybrids. Frequently, the last tomato to stop bearing at the end of the season! Plant again in late summer for a huge fresh crop of “fall tomatoes.” Perfect for salads, sandwiches and canning. Requires staking or cages. Resistant: Fusarium Wilt (Races 1 & 2), Verticillium Wilt. About 184,000 seeds/lb; 11,500 seeds/oz.
Early Golden Summer Crookneck - #90T OR #90U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 42 days. One of the earliest crooknecks that just keeps on producing! Compact 2’H x 3-4’W bush produces heavy yields of firm buttery-yellow fruits with a narrow, swan-like, curved neck. Creamy flesh is very tender, mild and sweet. Turns deeper yellow and “warty” as it matures. Best when harvested at 5-6”L. Excellent fried, steamed, baked or sautéed. Perfect choice for Home Gardens and Fresh Markets.
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