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SEED ARUGULA WILD BELLEZIA OG

$3.95

(OP) 35-50 days.  Bellezia boasts tasty, dark green, deeply serrated leaves on upright plants.  Resists bolting for longer harvests of baby greens at 35 days, and hwole-plant harvest at 50 days.  Resists Downy Mildew.  Approximately 3700 seeds per gram.

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SEED BEAN HELDA OG

$4.35

60 days. The perfect Romano bean for fresh-from-the-garden harvesting over the long season. This flavorful pole bean yields big, flat sided pods that average 9 inches in length and remain stringless. A great bean for quick and nutritious summer meals. Grows 6–8 feet tall. White seeds; 60 per ounce. BM.

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SEED MELON MINNESOTA MIDGET OG

$3.45

65-70 days. This exquisite heirloom produces a bounty of early, and true to its name, mini cantaloupes. Fruit measure 4–6 inches across and have deep orange flesh that is succulent, sweet, and delicious down to the rind. The ultimate melon for short-season areas, and the compact plants are ideal for small space or container gardens. HR: F.

SEED ONION PARADE OG

$3.45

Allium fistulosum 65 days. This beautiful, non-bulbing salad onion produces perfectly uniform crops of scallions with white shanks, blue-green leaves and a mild onion flavor. These upright, long, straight plants reach 14 inches and are easy to harvest and clean.

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SEED PUMPKIN CINDERELLA OG

$3.95

Cucurbita maxima 110 days. This centuries-old French heirloom pumpkin looks just like the coach in the fairytale Cinderella. The glowing orange color contrasts magically with the very pronounced lobes and flattened top. Tasty, orange flesh transforms pies and savory dishes. Each plant sends out 10 foot vines with up to 6 fruit as large as 15 inches across. Approximately 3 seeds per gram.

SEED PUMPKIN WINTER LUXURY OG

$3.95

Cucurbita pepo 105 days. Winter Luxury comfortably commandeered first place in our ‘pie class’ pumpkin taste-off for outstanding flavor and texture. The 6 pound beauties have thick, dense sweet flesh. The rounded fruit has orange skin that’s netted in a fine veil. In the field, the unusual skin texture gives this squash a rich, velvety appearance befitting of its name. Approximately 6 seeds per gram.

SEED RADISH SORA OR

$3.35

26 days. Sora is a round red salad radish of the highest quality. Big, smooth, bright red roots can grow to rather large sizes without getting spongy, providing extra food value and a forgiving harvest window. Displays good tolerance to hot weather and grows well whether planted in spring, summer, or fall.

SEED RUTABAGA JOAN OG

$3.65

90-100 days. What once was thought of as an obscure vegetable is now highly sought after in the culinary world and for good reason! Joan is touted to be one of the sweetest and best textured rutabagas out there. Uniformly round, yellow-fleshed roots have purple tops and exhibit good resistance to club root. Its flavor really sweetens up after a light frost.

SEED SQUASH BENNING’S OG

$3.10

Cucurbita pepo 63 days. A very pretty, pale green scalloped squash that is tender inside and out. They are ideal when 2–3 inches in diameter, with both an excellent flavor and a nice firm texture. Vigorous 3–4 foot bushes yield an abundance of squash during the season.

SEED SQUASH TROMBONCINO OG

$4.35

Cucurbita moschata 70 days. This Italian summer squash is a wonderful diversion from the usual. The light green-to-tan fruit can grow up to 3 feet long and may be harvested anytime, from just a few inches through its full size. Enjoy Tromboncino’s rich flavor steamed, grilled, or sliced raw in your favorite salad. A vining variety that is best trellised for straighter fruit.

SEED TOMATILLO MEXICAN STRAIN OG

$3.95

65 days. A larger tomatillo, averaging 2 inches across, Mexican Strain has a more savory flavor than others we’ve tried. Because of its unique flavor, it is a preferred variety for many Mexican dishes, including salsa verde and chili verde.

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SEED TURNIP GOLDEN BALL OG

$3.10

45-65 days. Reminiscent of the summer sun, Golden Ball is truly an exceptional turnip. The 3–4 inch roots are perfectly-shaped amber globes that have delicate-grained, meaty flesh that’s never woody. The flavor is sweet, mellow and smooth. For an outstanding, lustrous dish, try them mashed with butter and shallots. The roots grow quickly and keep well.