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Kale

kale KaleDescription: Kale is one of the healthiest vegetables around and one way to be sure to enjoy the maximum nutrition and flavor from kale is to cook it properly. We recommend Healthy Steaming kale for 5 minutes. To ensure quick and even cooking cut the leaves into 1/2″ slices and the stems into 1/4″ lengths. Let them sit for at least 5 minutes to enhance their health-promoting qualities before steaming.

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Sunflower – Velvet Qu

sunflower velvetqueen Sunflower   Velvet QuDescription: Annual. Produces 8 to 10 inch velvety crimson blossoms. The dark blossoms are perfect for cut flowers. Cut the flowers after they have matured to extend the blooming season. Easy to grow

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Sunflower – Teddy Br

sunflower teddybear Sunflower   Teddy BrDescription: Annual. Cute as a little bear. Plants are only 2 feet tall, but produce 8 inch extra double flowers. Irresistible and just the height for kids to enjoy. Fits well in any garden. Easy to grow.

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Sunflower – Lemon Que

sunflower lemonqueen Sunflower   Lemon QueDescription: Annual. This well branched sunflower produces 10 inch lemon yellow flowers by midsummer. Heads have dark centers and semi-double petals. To extend blooming season, keep cutting the flowers after they have matured. Easy to grow.

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Sunflower – Red Sun

sunflower redsun Sunflower   Red SunDescription: Annual. These wonderful vivid crimson red blooms add a bright color to your sunflower garden. Easy to grow.

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Sunflower – Mixed

sunflower mixed Sunflower   MixedDescription: Annual. Spectacular array of colors that include lemon, gold, white, creamy white, brown, bronze and crimson. Easy to grow.

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Sunflower – Evening S

sunflower eveningsun Sunflower   Evening SDescription: Annual. A high percentage of red and mahogany shades make this a uniquely different sunflower. Petals have a velvety feel. Spectacular blooms about 8 inches in diameter. Easy to grow.

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Sunflower – Autumn Be

sunflower autumn Sunflower   Autumn BeDescription: Annual. Stately stems bear gold, rust and orange bicolor blooms, very different than the usual sunflower. Still a great garden statement. Easy to grow.

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Beans ‘Pole Beans’

beans pole beans Beans Pole BeansDescription: An All-American Selection! Outstanding combination of quality characteristics from its Kentucky Wonder and Blue Lake parents! For optimum flavor and tenderness, harvest pods at 6-7 inches. Excellent snap beans. Disease resistant. This packet will plant approximately a 28 foot row.

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Peas – Wando

peas wando Peas   WandoDescription: A choice variety if you can’t plant peas early. Remarkable resistance to warm weather! More heat and drought tolerant than other varieties. Good yielder! Dark green pods, blunt and well filled with 6 to 8 tender medium-sized peas. High in vitamins A, B and C. This packet will plant approximately a 17 foot row.

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Peas – Little Marvel

peas littlemarvel Peas   Little MarvelDescription: (Heirloom) One of the most popular peas for home gardens! Vines, 18 inches tall, produce a profusion of pods about 3 inches long. The medium-small, wrinkled peas are tender and sweet. Excellent for quick-freezing. This packet will plant approximately a 19 foot row.

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Corn ‘Sugar Dots Hb’

corn sugar Corn Sugar Dots HbDescription: The ultimate in flavor and quality! Ferry-Morse developed this bi-color hybrid with white and yellow kernels that are sweet and tender. Mid-to-late season. Ears are 8 inches long with 16 to 18 rows. This packet will plant approximately a 16 foot row.

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Corn ‘Silver Queen’

corn silver queen Corn Silver QueenDescription: A very sweet, extremely tender, hybrid sweet corn. Ears are 8 to 9 inches long with up to 14 to 16 rows of sweet tender kernels. This packet will plant approximately a 34 foot row.

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Beans ‘Fordhook Bush’

beans fordhook bush Beans Fordhook BushDescription: An All-American Selection! The plump pods, about 4 inches long, are very easy to shell. Superior flavor. Perfect for tender shell beans and for dried beans. High in vitamins A, B, and C. This packet will plant approximately a 4 foot row.

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Beans ‘Kentucky’

beans kentucky Beans KentuckyDescription: One of the most popular pole beans for home gardens. Very productive with fleshy, medium green pods. These distinctly flavored, tender beans are best when pods are 6 inches long. A rust resistant variety. This packet will plant approximately a 24 foot row.

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Beans ‘Blue Lake’

beans blue lake Beans Blue LakeDescription: The fleshy, tender pods, about 5 1/2 inches long and stringless, have mild flavor and make excellent snap beans. Often dried on the vines for their clear white shell beans. High in vitamins A, B, and C. This packet will plant approximately a 28 foot row.

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Beans ‘Bush Blue Lake’

beans blue lake Beans Bush Blue LakeDescription: Vigorous, many-branched bush plants produce heavy yields of pods similar in appearance to pole Blue Lake. Flavor of these 6 1/2 inch round pods is excellent. Disease resistant. High in vitamins A, B, and C. This packet will produce approximately a 14 foot row.

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Turnip – Green 7 Top

turnip green 7 top Turnip   Green 7 TopDescription: Popular in all parts of the country for fresh greens! Produces numerous tender, leafy shoots. The root is woody and should not be eaten. High in vitamins A, B, and C. This packet will plant approximately a 184 foot row.

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Turnip – Purple Top

turnip purple top Turnip   Purple TopDescription: (Heirloom) This long time favorite is the most popular turnip for table use. The white flesh of its root is firm and fine-grained and has a mild, sweet flavor. Most tender when roots are 2 to 2 1/2 inches in diameter. This packet will plant approximately a 200 foot row.

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Tomato – Supersweet

tomato supersweet Tomato   SupersweetDescription: Unique salad type with amazingly high yields of supersweet 1-inch fruit with higher content of Vitamin C than any other tomato. Indeterminate plants bear until frost, each branch producing more than 100 fruits. Disease resistant.