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(HY) 88 days. Early maturing butternut hybrid for the professionals! High yielding, strong, large vines produce tan colored, uniform 5”W x 11”L fruit weighing 4-5 lbs. Somewhat larger than Waltham. Fine grained, delicious buttery sweet flavored orange flesh is especially good in baked dishes. Excellent long-term storage. Popular for Fresh Markets and Processing. Some natural tolerance to mildew. Approximately 320 seeds per ounce or 5,150 seeds per pound
(OP) 100 days. Makes a perfect companion to “Jack-Be-Little.” Creamy white 2-3” in diameter x 2”H mini pumpkins that are reliably productive. Edible white flesh. 2’H vines reach up to 10’ in length and will bare 10+ baby pumpkins. Stores for 12-16 months. Harvest before full maturity for best pure white color. Excellent choice for Farmer’s Markets and home gardens. **PVP. Approximately 6,900 sds/lb
Annual. A wonderful old-fashioned flower also called "Corn Flower" in mixed colors of blue, pink, wine-red and white. Flowers are about 1-1 1/2 inches in diameter, and grow 2-3 ft. tall. Produce an almost endless supply of cut-flowers late spring and summer. Like sun to part-sun. Sow direct in garden. 1 Packet.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 35 days. PERENNIAL. 18-24”H plant has 4-angled stems with 1 1/2-3”L oval toothed, shiny green leaves. Produces insignificant pale yellow flowers in summer. Spreads vigorously. Popular ingredient of herbal teas, having a pleasant flavor and calming effect. Used to treat colds, flu and indigestion. Fresh leaves give a lemon flavor to salads, soups, sauces and meats. Approximately 48,000 seeds per ounce. **Lemon balm grows well with most vegetables especially since it attracts bees and other beneficial pollinators, while the strong, citrusy odor deters several unwelcome pests, including gnats and mosquitoes.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 90-95 days. Old popular variety predating 1880! Fascinating and unusual melon that resembles a banana more than a cantaloupe! 16-20”L weighing 4-5 lbs at maturity. Little or no netting. Yellow rind, salmon flesh, very sweet and juicy with a hint of banana taste and aroma. Approximately 1,200 seeds per ounce or 19,200 seeds per pound.
Standard (75%), Tested (10/2018), Germ (76%)
1/16 oz was $2.25 now $1.65
1 oz was $4.55 now $3.35
1/4 lb was $7.65 now $5.95
1 lb was $25.65 now $20.55
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 68 days. Longtime favorite for sweet mild flavor! Extremely high yielding 18-24”H plant produces large, pointed yellow waxy fruits reaching 6-7”L x 1 ½”W. Turn brilliant red when mature. Crunchy fruits are a favorite for pickling, making delicious jams and relishes, garnishing sandwiches and salads, stuffing, sautéing, or munching straight from the garden! Approximately 4,000-5,625 seeds per ounce or 64,000-90,000 seeds per pound
(OP-Annual) 70 days. Large, vigorous 12- 15” H plant. Prolific producer of excellent tasting lemony, spicy leaves. Silvery green foliage, sturdy branches and large leaves make for a great ornamental plant. Late flowering deters developing a bitter taste. Need one more reason to try Persian Basil? The beautiful pink flowers are highly attractive to bees and other pollinators. Basil adds kick to pesto, soups, seafood, bruschetta, salads, pizza and infused in your favorite olive oil. Excellent patio containers or in the herb garden. Approximately 15,600 seeds per ounce or 249,600 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 80 days. ANNUAL. Traditional Italian favorite! Very popular and versatile! Heavy yielding and superb taste! 10-12”H plants produce 1-2”L broad, shiny deep green, slightly cupped leaves. Savor them FRESH or DRIED in pesto, pasta sauces, flavored vinegars, tea, meat, fish and vegetables. Grow outdoors, indoor, in containers or sow. **Plant near tomatoes, repels flies; Enemy to rue. Approximately 16,000 seeds per ounce
(HY) Indeterminate. 80 days. Routinely wins the county fair for its size! One of the most popular beefsteak types. 60-72”H plants produce incredible yields of solid, meaty, 1-pound mouth-watering bright red tomatoes and some as large as 2 lb! Their delicious intense flavor surpasses their size! Good solids-to-gel ratio. Requires staking or cages. Widely adaptable. Good tolerance to cracking and splitting. One of the most disease resistant tomato varieties. (ASC, FW1, N, St, V) Approximately 11,500 seeds per ounce or 184,000 seeds per pound
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