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Vegetable gardening is incredibly rewarding for a number of reasons. The food you grow is healthful and you control how it's grown - what soil amenities and fertilizers you want to use. If you choose to grow organically, you are assured that your soil is healthier with each passing year. Your organic vegetables will be free of pesticides and other synthetic chemicals. The health benefits of gardening are well documented. It is an excellent way to get regular physical exercise and the satisfaction of producing your own food. Many gardeners report that they experience a sense of mental and emotional well being that comes from the time they spend gardening. Whether you are new to gardening or a master gardener, we believe you will find heirloom and open pollinated vegetables that will be a welcome addition to your garden. All our seeds are open pollinated and chemically untreated. Many of our varieties are old time and heirloom varieties. We select the varieties that we believe to be the hardiest and best flavored vegetables available today.

American Flag Leeks
This most popular variety of leek grows quickly and produces well blanched 9 to 12 inch stalks with white bulbs. These hardy leeks are known for their outstanding quality and flavor. This variety is also known as Broad London. 85 days.

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American Purple Top Rutabaga
The roots grow to about 5 inches in diameter with large bushy blue-green leaves. The skin is a deep buff to light yellow with a slight purple color on the top. The yellow flesh is very firm and fine grained. Rutabagas are sweeter when grown in cool weather. 60 days.

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Armenian Cucumber
This mid-eastern delight produces an abundance of fluted light green fruit. Each cucumber can grow 2-3 feet long. In very hot weather, it is most delicious when picked about a foot long. The fruit is very easy to digest and mild tasting. It does extremely well in hot climates, producing excellent crops where other cucumbers fail.

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Beefsteak Tomato
This classic heirloom red tomato is also known as the Ponderosa tomato. This is an old favorite with home gardeners who often see it produce when other varieties fail. This indeterminate vines produce an abundance of meaty oblate fruit that can weigh 8-12 ounces when ripe. This variety is a great slicing tomato. 90 days.

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Black Beauty Eggplant
This popular variety produces medium sized plants that bear large egg-shaped fruit with smooth purple-black skin. Black Beauty produces well in hot climates and can tolerate drought conditions. It is a reliable producer of delicious 4-6 inch fruit that holds up well after harvest. 75 days.

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Black Diamond, Colorado Certified Watermelon
This variety produces large round watermelons weighing about thirty pounds. The skin is dark green and the flesh is red and sweet. The heavy vine growth and large leaves help prevent sunburn. 90 days.

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Black Spanish Radish
These radishes have a black skin with a creamy white interior. These unusual round radishes can grow quite large but are best when harvested when the diameter is about 2-3 inches. The interior is solid and crisp. The flavor is distinctive and pungent.

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Black-eyed Peas (California Blackeye)
A Southern favorite, this Cowpea or Southern Pea may used fresh or dried. Vines are heavy yielding and resistant to disease, growing to 40 inches. This variety is particularly suited to desert gardens as it is drought and heat resistant. It needs long hot summers to produce well and is very susceptible to frost. 60 days for dry, 45 days for snap.

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Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach
This variety produces vigorous hardy semi-upright plants with  crumpled glossy dark green leaves. It is fast growing and slow to bold. This spinach does not do well during desert summers. It is considered a cool weather crop, though it can withstand moderate heat. 40 days.

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Blue Hubbard Squash
Believed to have originated in South America, this squash is very large with a light blue/green warted shell. The rind is particularly hard, making it a good keeper. The flesh is bright orange, very sweet and often baked or used for pies. This variety can grow to more than 20 pounds but is most often harvested when it weighs 5-10 pounds. 110 days.

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Bradley Tomato
This variety produces bushy, semi-determinate, tomato plants with heavy foliage that yield 7 to 10-ounce red/pink tomatoes. The fruit is sweet with excellent flavor. The plants produce an abundant supply of tomatoes that tend to ripen at the same time, making this variety an excellent choice for canning or freezing.

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Burgundy Okra
A bush type variety, this okra produces distinctive deeo red pods. The plants are quite beautiful with red tinged leaves and stalks. The plants grow to about five feet in height. The pods turn green when cooked. This variety is an excellent producer that does well in long hot summers. 56 days.

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Calabrese Broccoli (Green Sprouting)
Each plant grows about 24 inches tall and produces a blue-green central head followed by abundant side shoots. It is ideal for spring and fall plantings. The broccoli is buttery tasting and exceedingly tender. This variety is considered a true delicacy. 75 days.

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Casaba Golden Beauty Melon
This beautiful sweet melon needs a long dry season to produce well but must be well watered. The skin is wrinkled and a golden color when mature. The flesh is a rich sweet cream color. It is a good keeper and ripe melons usually weigh 6-8 pounds. This variety is adapted to hot and dry climates. 110 days.

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Cherry Belle Radish
Introduced in 1949, this radish is very round and bright red. It grows to about 1 inch in diameter. It doesn’t tend to get pithy and retains its crisp texture longer than many other radishes. It has short tops and can be closely planted in any garden. 22 days.

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Cherry Tomato
Strong and vigorous plants produce and incredible amount of delicious cherry tomatoes. Fruits are in clusters that are small, round and rich deep red when ripe. This indeterminate variety can reach well over 10 feet in height with spreading branches.

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China White Radish
This is the mildest of the Chinese radish varieties. The radish has smooth white skin and grows about 5 inches long with a thick 2 inch diameter. The flavor is slightly pungent. Sliced thin and allowed to soak in a mild rice vinegar, these radishes are delicious. Frost resistant and a great keeper, this unusual variety deserves some garden space.

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Chioggia (Bullseye) Beets
This very unusual Italian heirloom produces absolutely beautiful and mild flavored beets. The beet has "bulls-eyes" of concentric circles of red, purple and white. This variety is very sweet and a favorite for many who try it. It grows quickly and the greens are delicious. 54 days.

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Clemson Spineless Okra
One of the more productive bush types. The pods are rich green, straight, ridged and not prickly. Pick the tender pods when they are between 2 and 3 inches for best flavor. The plants grow from 4 to 5 feet tall. This variety is one of the most popular since its introduction in 1939. 56 days.

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Copenhagen Market Cabbage
The medium green plants are compact with short stems and hard, round heads weighing 3 to 4 pounds. This is an early variety that produces in a relatively short period. The harvested cabbage is a good keeper. It is well suited to smaller gardens due to its compact size and early yields. Introduced in 1909 by H. Hartman and Company. 68 days.

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Crenshaw Melon
The fruits are pear shaped and about 7 inches in diameter. The smooth, dark green skin turns yellow at maturity. The flesh is salmon pink and has an excellent sweet flavor. This variety produces extremely well in warm climates. 100 days.

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Cucuzzi Gourds (Italian Edible Squash)
Use as summer squash when young; pick before the fruit reaches 6 inches long. As the fruit grows, it develops a pale green hard shell. The gourds can grow to more than 3 feet long and five inches in diameter. The vines have beautiful white flowers that bloom at night. 100 days.

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Cylindra Beets
This unusual variety produces cylindrical beets that can grow up to eight inches long with a 1 to 2 inch diameter. The beet is dark red, tender and very sweet. It is particularly popular as a slicing beet because of its unusual shape. 60 days.

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Danish Ballhead Cabbage
This very dependable variety produces medium size, flat globe shaped cabbage. Each cabbage weighs about 5-6 pounds with dark outer leaves and light green interior. This old time favorite is a great keeper, whether in the garden or in storage. 100 days.

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Danvers Half long carrots
Danver's Half Long Carrots
These delicious carrots have a smooth skin with orange-red roots and pointed tips. This variety differs from both the Chantenay and Nantes type carrots in several ways. It does grow well in poor soil and shallow gardens where caliche (cement-like subsoil) is a problem. These carrots are about 6 inches long and 2 inches thick at the shoulder.  A hardy variety, these carrots are not prone to splitting or cracking. This heirloom variety originated in 1871. 75 days.

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