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Butternut (Waltham) - #171T or #171U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 100 days. Undisputed king of all butternut squash! Vigorous vining plant produces good yields of 5-6, uniform, 7-9”L x 4” diameter (around its plump “bulb end”) fruits weighing 3-6 lb. Fruits have small seed cavities and thick, straight, cylindrical necks. Rich, dry, orange fine-textured flesh has a scrumptiously nutty-sweet flavor with a high cooking quality. Exceptional keepers. Delicious roasted, sautéed, pureed or made into soup.
Cal Sweet Bush - #518T or #518U. (HY) 65 days from transplant: 90 days from sowing seed. Like all AAS winners, this newbie delivers exceptionally sweet taste with crisp texture. 7-9”H compact, bushy 14-18” spreading vines provide enough dark green foliage cover to protect the dark green mottled fruit. Each plant yields 2-3 round to oval 10-12” fruits weighing 10-12 lb. Excellent choice for gardeners with limited space or those wanting a container melon. Each vine will produce at least one melon when grown in a container. Resistant: Powdery Mildew About 15,250 seeds per lb. (1/8 oz = 30 seeds)
California Blackeye No. 46 - #559U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 55-60 days. Classic Southern pea! Heavy yielder. Typical blackeye type of Southern pea with cream-colored seed coats and black pigments around the eyes. Stands more erect than California No. 5, have smaller seeds and shorter plant height. 6-8”L pods are above foliage. Does not exhibit leaky eye (discolors canning brine) when canned. Great fresh, frozen or canned. Resistant: Fusarium Wilt, Nematodes. About 1,800-3,200 seeds/lb
California Blackeye No. 5 - #132U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 60-70 days. Most popular of all Southern peas across the country! Rich, lightly sweet flavor and meaty texture. Dark black-eye trademark on its white shell. Can use as green shell or dry peas. Early maturing. 6-8”L pods, well-filled with medium-large seeds. Vigorous, heavy yielding, 16-18”H upright to semi-spreading vines. Fair drought resistance. Great fresh, frozen or canned. Resistant: Fusarium Wilt, Nematodes. About 1,800-3,200 seeds/lb
California Wonder 300 TMR - #172U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 73 days. Standard bell pepper for many generations - Largest OP heirloom pepper you can grow! 24-28”H upright prolific plants produce 3-4 lobed, thick walled, blocky 4”x4” glossy green fruits. Turns red at maturity. Mild, pleasant flavor. Leafy habit provides good scald protection. Perfect for stuffed peppers! Enjoy in salads and cooking. Excellent freezer pepper. Resistant: Tobacco Mosaic Virus. About 64,000-90,000 seeds/lb; 4,000-5,625 seeds/oz
Temporarily Out of Stock - We recommend trying #326 Carolina F1
Calypso - #426T (HY) (GY) 52 days. Widely adapted! Exceptionally early, heavy yields of uniform, straight, blocky 3-4”L x 1” medium dark green fruits with white spines. Suitable for machine or hand harvesting. Pollinator added 12-15% by weight. Commercial, Fresh Markets, Home Gardens, Processing. Tolerant: Anthracnose, Angular Leaf Spot, Cucumber Mosaic Virus, Downy Mildew, Powdery Mildew. About 16,000 seeds/lb; 1,000 seeds/oz.
GY - Gynoecious - Has all female Flowers
Candy - #300U (HY) 85 days. Widely adapted, mid-day jumbo yellow onion! Slightly flattened 3-4” globes with golden brown skin and a sweet, mild, white flesh. Less pungent than northern types and stores better than the typical southern grown onion. Grows just about everywhere in the contiguous US! Stores for months. Excellent choice for fresh markets and home gardens. About 144,000 seeds/lb; 9,000 seeds/oz
Carolina - #326T (HY) (GY) 55 days. Straight, blocky, 3”L medium green fruit with white spines. Medium size plant with good vigor. Suitable for hand harvesting. Pollinator added 12-15% by weight. Fresh Markets, Home Gardens, Processing. Resistant: Anthracnose, Angular Leaf Spot, Cucumber Mosaic Virus, Downy Mildew, Powdery Mildew; Tolerant: Scab. About 16,000 seeds/lb; 1,000 seeds/oz
Carousel - #499T (Treated) (OP) HEIRLOOM. 100 days. Produces 3-4”L colorful ornamental miniature ears of popcorn. Some ears are solid red; others are multi colored: white, yellow and blue. When popped the flakes are tender and crispy with very little hull. Plants are up to 8’H with 2 or 3 ears per plant. Can also be ground for corn meal.
2 oz was $3.25 - $3.10
1/2 lb was $6.85 - $6.50
1 lb was $10.90 - $10.40
5 lb was $49.05 - $46.60
Castle Dome - #3T or #3U (HY) 75 days. Improvement of the customer favorite Packman! Compact 22”H open plant produces mid-green uniform heads that are deep and domed with tight, small fine beads. Early maturing with excellent holding ability. Good heat tolerance as well as cold vigor. Crown cut packs, bunching, florets. Fresh Markets, Home Gardens. Resistant: Brown Bead, Hollow Stem. About 144,000 seeds/lb; 9,000 seeds/oz
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