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Ghost (Bhut Jolokia) - #264U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 100-120 days. 800,000 - >1,000,000 SHU – CALL the FIRETRUCK HOT! World’s Hottest Pepper in the 2007 Guiness Book of World’s Records – About 300 times hotter than a jalapeno! Best tasting super hot pepper! 2 ½-3”L x 1”W thin-walled, wrinkled, teardrop lime green fruit ripens to a brilliant red. Start indoors earlier than other peppers as it is slow to germinate but will reach 3 ½-4’H. Great for salsa, chutney, jerk sauces, and ghost pepper jam! Used in non-lethal hand grenades and pepper spray. About 4,800 seeds/oz
Giant Speckled Calico (Christmas Pole) - #255U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 88 days. 4-6”L pods produce 2-3 quarter-sized, white seeds with maroon spots and swirls. They have a subtle chestnut flavor and buttery texture. Vigorous, 10’L vines produce well in extreme heat. Markings are retained when cooked if green shelled or dried. Canning, Dried, Freezing, Home Gardens. About 400 seeds/lb; 25 seeds/oz
Gold Strike - #319T (HY) 80 days. Beautiful rich orange flesh that is darker than Summer Gold. This 22-24 lb oblong melon has a very distinctive dark stripe and small black seeds. Very productive. Ships, handles and holds better if picked fresh. Tolerant: Fusarium Wilt.
Golden Acre - #181U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 64 days. Early 3-4 lb. greenheads on compact plants. 5-7” diameter, round, solid, tight, well balanced heads of excellent quality. Sweet spicy flavor with buttery undertones when cooked. Great for coleslaw and stir-fries. Great space savers! Fresh Markets, Home Gardens, Shipping. Tolerant: Fusarium Yellows. About 124,000 seeds/lb; 7,750 seeds/oz
Golden Bantam Improved 12 Row - #320T (OP) HEIRLOOM. 80 days. Excellent sweet flavor! Improved to stay tender longer, have longer ears and more evenly spaced broad kernels. Yellow 8” long ears with 10-14 rows of tender kernels. Drought tolerant. About 1,700 seed/lb
2 oz was $2.40 - $2.20
1/2 lb was $5.10 - $4.60
1 lb was $8.35 - $7.55
5 lb was $32.95 - $29.70
25 lb was $122.50 - $110.25
50 lb was $220.50 - $198.45
Golden California Wonder - #148U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 78 days. An American favorite for many generations! Golden version of the red California Wonder. 22-26”H sturdy, upright plants. Smooth, blocky and blunt ended 5”x4” fruits are thick-walled, very sweet and mild. Maturing from light green to golden yellow. Continuous set. Ideal for stuffing, slicing into rings for dips and salad toppings, and chopping into crisp bite-sized nibbles. About 64,000-90,000 seeds/lb; 4,000-5,625 seeds/oz
Golden Detroit - #35U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 60 days. Savory golden beet with delicious greens! Vibrant orange-yellow 2-3” round beet is tender with a sweet mild flavor. Its color makes a wonderful addition to salads and meals. Cooked it turns buttercup yellow, does not bleed and melts in your mouth. Light green, with gold veined leaves also mix well into salads. One of the best tasting raw beets and is extremely healthy. Canning, Freezing, Fresh Markets, Home Gardens. About 24,000 seeds/lb; 1,600 seeds/oz
Golden Honeymoon - #62T or #62U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 92 days. Two weeks earlier and a bit smaller than regular honeydew! Very attractive rare honeydew melon with a brilliant gold rind and delicious thick emerald green flesh. High yields of uniquely flavored melons. Fully ripe when rind is bright yellow and feels slightly waxy or fuzzy and melon separates easily from the vine. Sunburn resistant. Excellent shipper that keeps well! Superb fresh market item.
Golden Jubilee - #164U (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. Resistant: Alternaria Stem Canker. About 184,000 seeds/lb; 11,500 seeds/oz.
Golden Sunrise - #217U (OP) 53-59 days. Ornamental/Edible. Very productive, succulent beauty has deep golden stalks, midrib and veins. Shiny leaves are rich medium green and lightly crumpled. Stalk and midrib are thick, broad, very tender and fleshy. Excellent golden color when young and holds color well to maturity. Excellent flavor, never tough or bitter. Very hardy, tolerates poor soil, inattention and can withstand frost and mild freezes. Harvest for baby leaf use or allow to mature to 23-26”H. Harvest regularly for cut-and-come again variety. Perfect for containers! Can also grow as an ornamental in a mixed border or garden bed. Can be added to salads and soups, steamed, sautéed and stir-fried.
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