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Early Jersey Wakefield - #147U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 62 days. Sweet and flavorful, solid and tightly folded conical heads that resist splitting. Will grow up to 5” at base tapering at the top. 2-3 lbs. Greenish white interior. Heat sensitive. Fresh Markets, Home Gardens. About 124,000 seeds/lb; 7,750 seeds/oz
Early Prolific Straightneck - #89T OR #89U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 42 days. Most popular of the straightneck squashes! Bush type plants produce high yields of creamy yellow skinned, straight fruits that are slightly smaller at the stem end. Can be planted close together. Good yielder. Best picked at 4-7”L or smaller for “baby” squash. Sometimes this fruit will turn green on aging vines or late plantings, especially when stress conditions are present. Harvest frequently to promote new production. Versatile squash can be eaten raw, pickled or cooked in many dishes including sweet breads. Favorite for Fresh Markets and Home Gardens.
Early Round Dutch - #111U (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. The slightly crinkled heads average 10-12” in diameter and weigh 3-5 lbs. Does well in warmer climates. Slow to bolt. Good wrapping leaves for stuffing and fillings. Excellent choice for fresh markets and home gardens. About 124,000 seeds/lb; 7,750 seeds/oz
Early Scarlet Globe - #232U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 20 days. One of the most popular garden varieties for 100 years! Produces early high yields of uniform 1-2” diameter, bright red globes with crisp, tender, juicy, delicious, mild white flesh. Well suited to growing in containers. Does well in frames and greenhouses for forcing. Excellent for Fresh Markets, Home Gardens. About 2,600 seeds/oz.
Early Thorogreen (Green Seeded Henderson) - #137U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 65 days. Earliest producing baby lima with a delicious buttery taste! 3"L flat, thin pods containing small light green seeds that are set high off the ground for easy picking. 18”H upright bush is very rugged and hardy. Bear until frost. Unusually dependable! Highly suitable for northern states. Withstands moderate heat and drought. Canning, Dried, Freezing, Fresh Markets, Home Gardens. Resistant: Downy Mildew. About 1,500-2,000 seeds/lb
Early White Bush Scallop - #41T or #41U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 47 days. Very ancient Native American squash! One of the best tasting and highest-yielding patty pan varieties around today! Very productive bush type plants produce deeply scalloped, fine textured, pale green, 7” diameter x 3” deep fruits that turn creamy white as they mature. Mild, sweet flavor is perfect for frying or baking. Harvest regularly for continued production. Perfect for containers. Used extensively for home and market. About 4,200 seeds/lb; 260 seeds/oz.
Early Wonder - #178U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 55 days. One of the best varieties for flavorful greens! Sweet, fast growing, early-producing. Heart-shaped, 3-4” medium-size dark red skin and a deep red flesh with slightly lighter zones. 18” tall tops. Use in lieu of spinach, kale or chard. Since the roots develop and mature over an extended period, there's no need to successively sow seeds. Canning, Freezing, Fresh Markets, Home Gardens, Processing. About 24,000 seeds/lb; 1,600 seeds/oz
Eight Ball F1 - #397T or #397U (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.
Elite - #386U (OP) 75 days. One of the most productive of all our cream peas! 36”H erect bush with a concentrated pod set. 5-7”L pods are bunched slightly above foliage level and contain 13-16 peas per pod. Delicious peas are small to medium, cream colored and NOT crowded in the pod. Easily picked and shelled. White flower. Suitable for canning or freeing. Resistant: Fusarium Wilt. About 1,800-3,200 seeds/lb
Emerald Green (Velvet) - #227U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 58 days. A favorite of Southern gardeners! A Campbell Soup Co. variety from 1950. High quality and early 5-6’H plants produce heavy yields of tasty 6-8”L spineless, dark green, tapered round pods. Best to harvest when 3-4” long for best taste and tenderness. Thrives in HOT temperatures! Excellent variety for soups, stews, gumbos, fried, boiling, canning and freezing. About. 8,000 seeds/ lb; 500 seeds/oz
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