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White Icicle - #153U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 27 days. Classic, fast, easy to grow! Excellent yields of 4-6”L x 1”W tapered cylindrical roots with a crisp, pure white flesh resembling a miniature daikon. Mild flavor. Tops can be used as salad greens. Does well in most soils. More heat tolerant than other varieties. Excellent for forcing or successive sowing. Good keeper. Great for containers! Perfect for Home Gardens and Fresh Markets. About 2,600 seeds/oz.
White Vienna - #278U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 55-60 days. Fine textured pale green above ground globe bulbs with crisp white flesh. 8-10”H with an 8-10” spread. Long leaves have slender stems. Sweet and mild cabbage/turnip like flavor. Best harvested at 2-2 ½” diameter. Excellent raw in dips and grated for salads, also used cooked and stir-fried. About 144,000 seeds/lb; 9,000 seeds/oz
Willhite Canvas Cap - #1201 Willhite Cap Tan on tan with full color embroidered front. Cotton twill front panels. Available fabric or mesh back panels. Structured. Mid to low crown. Velcro closure.
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Willhite Mesh Cap - #1202 Willhite Cap Tan on tan with full color embroidered front. Cotton twill front panels. Available fabric or mesh back panels. Structured. Mid to low crown. Velcro closure.
Willhite Vegetable Knife - #1203 Knife has stainless steel tempered blade. Overall length 5 1/2", blade length 4 1/2".
Willhite's Garden Planner - #1200 Willhite's Garden Planner is a handy, easy to use gardening slide chart. This unique chart presents gardening events in a "time phased" format so that it is possible to see at a glance the entire growing and harvesting period. It shows proper planting times relative to spring and fall frost dates for (21) common garden vegetables. The front of the chart shows spring season and the flip side acts as a guide for fall gardeners.
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(OP) 80 days. Perhaps the best of our orange or yellow varieties. Very uniform in shape and size weighing 22-28 lbs. Has a dark green rind with a mottled stripe of lighter green. Sweet yellow flesh turns more orange as it matures and the taste improves with time. Large black seeds. Tougher rind makes this a much better shipping melon. Tolerant to Wilt and Anthracnos
Yellow Crimson - #436T or #436U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 80 days. An OLD FAVORITE is BACK! This is the yellow ‘crimson type’ (round striped melon) sister of the scrumptious red fleshed “Crimson Sweet” that is always in high demand during the heat of the dog days of summer. Early melon that produces good yields of 24 lb melons with large black seeds. Delectable golden-yellow flesh is extremely sweet and juicy. Contrary to what most of us believe, yellow/white melons are more ancient than their red/pink counterparts. They are usually sweeter too! For a festive table, pair this one with Tendersweet Orange.
Yellow Granex (Vidalia, Noon Day)- #305U (HY) 125 days. Short day. Exceptionally sweet, mild onion famously grown in Vidalia, GA! Sweetest, most versatile, most popular onion ever! A slight flattish, light-yellow, thick flesh with a flimsy papery wrapping. Excellent for slicing for sandwiches, onion rings, baking, salads and sauces. Stores well. Resistant: Pink Root Rot. About 144,000 seeds/lb; 9,000 seeds/oz
Yellow Pear - #201U (OP) HEIRLOOM. Indeterminate. 78 days. One of the prettiest tomatoes in the garden! 8’ plus tall, vigorous vines bear enormous quantities of small ¾-1 oz, 1-2”L lemon yellow, pear-shaped bite-sized fruits with few seeds. Extremely old variety has a deliciously mild yet tangy flavor. Known to dependably bear fruit through the sizzling summer weather. Requires stakes, cages or a trellis. Beautiful in salads. Perfect for summer party hors d’oeuvres. Moderately Resistant: Late Blight. About 184,000 seeds/lb; 11,500 seeds/oz.
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