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African Wine Kettle type cross Gourd (119 days) Plant seed when soil warms to 65°F (no later than June 9). Seed should be planted in moist soil no deeper than 1". Space hills 10' x 20'. For best results start seed indoors 2 weeks before transplanting outdoors. IMPORTANT: For best germination clip the wide flat end of the seed to expose the inner seed. NOTE: Seed may not be true to any specific shape & may produce other large gourd shapes. Approximately 100 seeds per ounce or 1,600 seeds per pound
56 days. Light green, straight, blunt pods. Peas are small, light green, low in sugar. Tolerant to Fusarium Wilt. Good canning variety.
(OP) 90 days. Produces large, oblong fruit, 19”L x 7”W, weighing 25-30 lbs. Bright red flesh with very little small seeds and mouthwatering sweetness. Holds up well and is an excellent shipper. Resistant to Fusarium Wilt and Anthracnose.
Annual. Also called "Sweet Alyssum". A low growing dense carpet of fine textured foliage covered in masses of small, delicate white flowers with sweet fragrance. Direct seed early in the garden in full sun to part shade. This beautiful white variety is early to bloom and more heat tolerant than purple varieties. 1 Packet.
(HY) 42 days.Very early prolific yellow straightneck type. Fruit is smooth, glossy butter yellow. Compact, yet open plant produces heavy yields over a long fruiting period. Best picked small, 6-8”L is best. Keep fruit picked to stimulate better production. Store and package well. Approximately 280 seeds per ounce or 4,500 seeds per pound.
(HY) (SE-Homozygous) 75 days. 6-7’H plants produce exceptionally tender, deliciously plump and sweet 8”L x 2” ears bursting with 16 rows of yellow and white kernels. Superb quality. Noted for early vigor. Retains sweetness for up to 10 days after harvest. A hardy shipper. High Resistance: Stewart's Wilt; Intermediate Resistance: Northern Corn Leaf Blight. Approximately 250 seeds per ounce or 4,000 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 120-155 days. Popular all-purpose variety! The onion relative produces compact 10-15” long and about 2-3” in diameter stems that thicken but do not form bulbs like onions. Appealing white stalks have a creamy yellow heart. Onion-like flavor, yet sweeter and milder. Very adaptable to most soils and climates. Very hardy. Adds flavor to soups, stews and salads. Excellent for fresh markets and home gardens. Approximately 11,000 seeds per ounce or 176,000 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 100 days. Standard market variety! High yielding, large 4-6” diameter, smooth, globe-shaped yellow roots with deep purplish-red crowns and erect 20”H blue-green tops. Creamy yellow flesh is mellow, sweet and fine-grained. Turns bright orange when cooked. Cold hardy. Store well. Prepare just like potatoes: mash, bake in casseroles or add chunks to soups and stews. Edible tops make tasty sautéed greens. Approximately 12,000 seeds per ounce or 192,000 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 78 days. 500-2,500 SHU – MILD. Tapered, 6-8”L x 1 ½”W, medium-thick flesh, pungent chili. Deep green fruits that turn red at maturity. 28-34”H upright bushy, vigorous, long bearing plants provide good fruit protection. Heat tolerant. Excellent raw or for stuffing, frying, stews, sauces or roasting. Also, used for dried pepper wreaths and ristras. Resistant: Tobacco Mosaic Virus. Approximately 4,000-5,625 seeds per ounce or 64,000-90,000 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 100 days. One of the best tasting muskmelons: Extremely sweet, juicy and aromatic. Large oblong shape, slight net weighing about 5 lbs. Rind turns orange beige when mature. Creamy white to slightly salmon flesh. 12-18” H growing 3-10’ vigorous vines. Tolerant: Crown Blight. Approximately 1,200 seeds per ounce or 19,200 seeds per pound.
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