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Blue Lake 274 - #168U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 58 days. Classic, long producing, high yielding 16”H bush produces plump, straight, tender dark green delicious pods that are about 6”L. White seed. Canning, Freezing, Fresh Markets, Home Gardens. Tolerant: Bean Common Mosaic Virus, New York 15. About 1,500-2,000 seeds/lb
Blue Lake FM1K - #235U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 63 days. Prolific climber to 5 ½-6’H. Produces 6”L stringless, dark green, round, straight, smooth pods that set from base to the top of the vine. Stay sweet and crispy even at maturity! Yield until frost. Good flavor as a snap or shell bean. White seed. Canning, Dried, Freezing, Fresh Markets, Home Gardens. Resistant: Bean Common Mosaic Virus. About 1,500-2,000 seeds/lb
Blues - #337T (HY) 57 days. Good yields of Napa type cabbage. 10”H heads average 5-8” diameter and weigh 4-4 ½ lb. Blocky barrel shape. Bright green leaves contrast with bright white ribs. Widely adaptable for most North American growing regions. Extra slow bolter. Suitable for spring to early summer harvest. Chop it up for salads and coleslaw, add to stir-fries or pickle. Tolerant: Alternaria Leaf Spot, Black Rot, Downy Mildew, Fusarium Yellow. About 124,000 seeds/lb; 7,750 seeds/oz
Bodacious R/M - #108T (SE-Homozygous) (HY) 75 days. Super dependable 7-8’H stalks produce impressive 8”L x 1.8” ears set at 20”H with richly flavored, juicy and tender 16 rows of bright yellow kernels. Flavor holds well after harvest. Isolation Required. High Resistance: Common Rust (RpG15), Maize Dwarf Mosaic; Intermediate Resistance: Stewart’s Wilt, Northern Corn Blight.
About 2,700 - seeds/lb; 165 seeds/oz
2 oz was $4.10 - $3.70
1/2 lb was $10.35 - $9.35
1 lb was $18.95 - $17.10
5 lb was $80.25 - $72.25
25 lb was $341.10 - $306.95
50 lb was $650.00 - $585.00
Brandymaster Red F1 - #259U (HY) Indeterminate. 80 days. Hybrid strain of the classic Brandywine. Vigorous, strong, potato leaf vines produce good yields of 10-16 oz shiny red beefsteak tomatoes. They are firm, juicy and have a delectable rich tomato flavor. Excel under a wide range of conditions. Perfect size to slice for summer picnics! Resistant: Fusarium Wilt, Verticillium Wilt. About 184,000 seeds/lb; 11,500 seeds/oz.
Brandywine Pink - #470U (OP) HEIRLOOM. Indeterminate. 85 days. Amish heirloom tomato gold standard for taste! Unusually upright, potato leaved plants produce large 8-16 oz luscious reddish-pink beefsteak-shaped meaty fruits that set one or 2 per cluster and ripen gradually- and are well worth the wait! Exceptional gourmet flavor that tantalizes the taste buds with rich succulent sweet old-fashioned flavor. Long season variety that produces until frost. Once you try this one, you may never grow another variety.
Burgundy - #79U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 50-60 days. Attractive 4’H plants with green leaves contrasting with burgundy stem branches and leaf ribs. Bright yellow flowers followed by tender 5-7” deep burgundy slender pods that add beautiful color to any gumbo dish! Most productive of the red varieties. Ornamental and edible! Use in landscaping and dried and fresh flower arrangements. About. 8,000 seeds/ lb; 500 seeds/oz
Burpee’s Big Boy - #268T or #268U (HY) Indeterminate. 78 days. One of the greatest tomatoes of all times and still a best seller! Healthy vines produce large, red, smooth, firm, thick-walled, 10-16 oz fruit all summer long. Its wonderful aroma and richly flavored meaty flesh cannot be beat. Widely adaptable. Heat tolerant. Crack resistant. Requires staking or cages. About 184,000 seeds/lb; 11,500 seeds/oz.
Burpee’s Stringless Green Pod - #258U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 50 days. Entirely stringless! Early and prolific yields. 12-18”H. 6”L pods are round, meaty, juicy and slightly curved with exceptional flavor. Light coffee brown seeds. Heat and drought tolerant. Canning, Freezing, Fresh Markets, Home Gardens. About 1,500-2,000 seeds/lb
Bushel - #538T (OP) HEIRLOOM. 120 days. Huge tan gourd measures 3-5 ft. in diameter, weighs 25-60 pounds, dries to a light weight. Used in crafting and as a container. Long vines with evening blooming white flowers that attract moths.
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