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Big Stripe - #546T or #546U (HY) 85 days. Big Stripe is a large, oblong stripe averaging up to 30 lb. The rind has a light green background with darker green stripes. The rind color holds well and is slow to fade. High yield potential. Strong vigorous plants provide good cover for fruit. Flesh is red and sweet. Good shipper. Big Stripe could be very helpful in areas where larger sized melons are desired. Tolerant: Fusarium Wilt
Bird House/Bottle (Large) - #330T or #330U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 125 days. EXCELLENT birdhouses, water jugs and fun crafts! Smooth, tan, hard shell when mature. Large, 10-12” diameter rounded blossom end with a narrow neck and slightly bulbed stem end reaching 14”H. Vigorous 15-35’ vines spreading 12’. Trellis vines for consistent fruit shape.
Black Beauty (Zucchini) - #155T or #155U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 44 days. High yielding open bush habit makes for easy picking. Produces glossy black-green, long, straight, slender fruit with slight ridges. Greenish white flesh is firm with a fine, delicate flavor. Best picked when 6-8”L while still tender or even smaller for “baby” zucchini. Very versatile: Use in soups, salads, sautés, casseroles; slice thin for dips, batter and fry or in veggie lasagna. Freezes well.
Black Beauty - #174U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 74 days. Classic bell shape Italian variety. Superb flavor. High yields. Large glossy 6 1/2” x 5” purplish black oval ribbed fruit can weigh up to 3 lbs. Bushy 2’ plant spreading to 30”. Tender (no need to peel) and tasty at all stages of growth. Green calyx. About 100,000 seeds/lb; 6,250 seeds/oz
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Black Crowder - #410U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 63 days. Very prolific producer that yields unusually 6-7“L pods. Peas have a deep purple color when first shelled which then turn black when dried. Green pods are easy to shell. 24-36”H bushy plants with pods at foliage level. Very drought resistant. Excellent for commercial production, fresh markets and home gardens. Disease resistant. About 1,800-3,200 seeds/lb
Black Diamond - #17T or #17U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 90 days. Large, 40-45 lb melon with a glossy solid black-green rind with deep red, tender, crisp, sweet flesh and large grayish-black seeds. When properly pruned and weather and soil conditions are favorable, they can weigh 75-80 lbs. Very hardy mid-season melons. Good shipper. Tolerant: Anthracnose, Fusarium Wilt
Black Krim - #492U (OP) HEIRLOOM. Indeterminate. 80days. One of the oldest and most popular heirloom varieties of black tomatoes! 36-48” heat tolerant plants produce meaty, flattened globe shape, 8-12 oz beautifully colored beefsteak type fruits: unusual dark red/purplish/black skin with dark green shoulders and reddish black flesh. Extremely rich in flavor with a slight saltiness: Unbeatable old-fashioned true tomato flavor! Fruits darken in color and get sweeter with extended heat exposure and maturation. Always a favorite in home gardens, it is becoming the new gourmet tomato at restaurants and fresh markets. Excellent for salads, slicing and juicing. Highly recommended to stake or cage. About 184,000 seeds/lb; 11,500 seeds/oz.
Black Seeded Simpson - #138U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 28 days for baby; 45 days mature. One of the most tender and delicately flavored leaf lettuces! Very early, dependable and productive. Compact, upright large broad, frilled, distinctly savoyed light green tender leaves. Crisp, excellent quality, mild flavor, fast growing. Heat, drought and light frost tolerant. About 400,000 seeds/lb; 25,000 seeds/oz
Blister/Bule - #503T (OP) 110 days. Very unique gourd! Excellent fall decoration! Apple shaped, 9 x12” green fruit covered in warts, weighing 4-7 lbs. Dries to a warm golden tan. Larger and more warted than bule type. Vigorous 15-35’ vines.
Bloomsdale Long Standing - #233U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 48 days. Classic, most popular and widely available OP spinach! Harvest heavy yields of large, spreading, glossy dark green, heavily savoyed leaves that are sweet and tender with a rich flavor. Matures quickly. Slow to bolt. Stands 2 weeks longer than most at rosette stage. Cold and heat resistant. Cook as greens or use fresh in salads. Harvest early for baby spinach. About 2,800 seeds/oz
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