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  1. Poblano Hot Pepper - Packet
    Capsicum annuum
    $2.50
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    This popular pepper is twice as nice! Mild in hotness, it can be used fresh as a Poblano or dried for spicing as an Ancho. A hardy grower in the garden or containers. Green when young and deep red when mature. Heart-shaped with a sizable 4.5-inch diameter. 70-80 days.
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  2. Yolo Wonder Sweet Pepper - Packet
    Capsicum annuum
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    Consistently sizable, very reliable, and wonderfully sweet too, Yolo Wonder peppers are a popular favorite for good reason. Thick and meaty with a fantastic crispness. Flavors well raw or cooked. Plants are very heavy yielders with lush foliage that protects the peppers from too much sun. 70-80 days.
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  3. Purple Beauty Sweet Pepper - Packet
    Capsicum annuum
    $2.50
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    With a thick, crisp wall that's dark purple in color and tender flesh that's lime green, Purple Beauty sweet peppers are simply full of surprises. A sweet and flavorful way to add a tantalizing twist of color to your gardenscape and every recipe. Very heavy yielders. Great for containers. Heat and humidity tolerant. 70-80 days.
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  4. Sweet Chocolate Sweet Pepper - Packet
    Capsicum annuum
    $2.50
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    Salad for dessert, anyone? Turning an irresistible chocolate brown color when mature and delighting with its super sweet taste, Sweet Chocolate sweet peppers are one-of-a-kind and surprisingly easy to grow. Low-maintenance heavy yielder. Loves a range of climates. Suitable for containers. 70-80 days.
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  5. Kentucky Wonder Brown Pole Bean - Packet
    Phaseolus vulgaris
    $2.50
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    The most popular of all pole beans! Kentucky Wonder Brown is the variety everyone loves because it's so prolific, so adaptable, and so very flavorful. Green pods with rich brown beans. Harvest early for snap beans, or later for dried. Will grow just about anywhere. Very heat tolerant. 60-70 days.
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  6. King of the Garden Pole Lima Bean - Packet
    Phaseolus lunatus
    $2.50
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    What a perfect name for a variety that reigns supreme in the world of beans. Imperial in appearance, magnificent in texture, and superior in taste, King of the Garden lima poles beans are long producers (and they don't demand you treat them like royalty). Low-maintenance, heavy yielding, and heat tolerant. 90-100 days.
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  7. Sieva Carolina Lima Pole Bean - Packet
    Phaseolus lunatus
    $2.50
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    Also called Sieva, Carolina Butter Beans have been a favorite variety of lima beans since the 19th century. Thomas Jefferson even grew them! Excellent flavor, quick bearing, and cold resistant, they're an easy pole variety and an extremely generous yielder. 65-80 days.
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  8. Long Island Cheese Pumpkin - Packet
    Cucurbita moschata
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    Growing Long Island Cheese pumpkins is as easy as pie! And their mildly sweet flavor is perfect for making pie...and soup...and other pumpkin favorites. They're also sensational simply cooked up like squash with butter and maple syrup. Delicious and nutritious. Nicely sized too. 95-110 days.
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  9. Small Sugar Pumpkin - Packet
    Cucurbita pepo
    $2.50
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    If you want to make the best pumpkin pies ever, you want to plant Small Sugar pumpkins. They've been around for centuries, and remain the pie making and canning champions. Their seeds are super for roasting too! Perfect in size and shape, and as ideal as it gets when it comes to their orange color. 80-110 days.
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  10. Connecticut Field Pumpkin - Packet
    Cucurbita pepo
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    Be sure to carve out some space in your garden for this quintessential Jack-o-lantern pumpkin! Connecticut Field pumpkins are large in size, perfect in shape, an ideal orange color, and super stable too. An exceptional ornamental for Halloween and autumn decor. Seeds great for roasting. Heavy yielder. 80-110 days.
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  11. Cushaw Green Striped Pumpkin - Packet
    Cucurbita argyosperma
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    Yes, these are pumpkins! Fantastic for pies and attractive as an ornamental, Cushaw Green-Striped pumpkins have been a favorite since the 19th century. Tall, curvy silhouette with attractive green and white stripes. Delightful yellow flesh is smooth and sweet. Heavy yielder. Great keeper. 100-120 days.
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  12. Chinese Rose Radish - Packet
    Raphanus sativus
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    Long and slender like a carrot, China Rose radishes are anything but ordinary! Visually appealing as well as crisp and deliciously peppery, they're a cold-weather crop but not frost tolerant. Plant in late spring for summer yields; again in late summer for a fall crop and winter storage. Quick and easy grower! 50-60 days.
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  13. Philadelphia White Box Radish - Packet
    Raphanus sativus
    $2.50
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    Perfectly round and pleasingly plump, the pristine Philadelphia White Box radish is a winner every time. One of the fastest and easiest radishes to grow. Very cold hardy and frost tolerant. Plant successive crops from early spring to late summer and enjoy very heavy yields. Great for boxed beds and containers too! 30-35 days.
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  14. Fish Pepper - Packet
    Capsicum annuum
    $2.50
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    Here's a pepper with a wide range of hotness and a broad spectrum of reasons to love it. On the milder end, it's like a Jalapeno. On the hotter side, it's like a Cayenne. It's easy to grow, works well in containers, and is a real beauty from start to finish. 75-90 days.
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  15. Long Red Thin Cayenne Pepper - Packet
    Capsicum annuum
    $2.50
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    Grab a fan and a glass of water, because these peppers are hot! Rated 30,000-50,000 on the Scoville heat scale, Long Red Thin Cayenne hot peppers pack an ever-flavorful punch and are equally potent fresh or when dried and ground into spice. A great container crop and a quick and heavy yielder. 75-90 days.
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  16. Jalapeno Early Hot Pepper - Packet
    Capsicum annuum
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    The ever-popular pepper for spicing things up! Jalapeno Early hot pepper plants produce an excellent yield that's ready much earlier than other varieties. Pick them when green for a milder flavor, or when red for full heat (ranked medium-hot). Great in containers and sunny flower beds too. 65-80 days.
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  17. Paris White Cos Leaf Lettuce - Packet
    Lactuca sativa
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    Your quintessential Caesar salad lettuce! Sweet with an irresistible crispness, Paris White Cos leaf lettuce boasts broad leaves and generously sized heads that grow as long as 10 inches. A hardy and easy grower. Plant successive crops every two weeks to take the best advantage of your growing season. 65-85 days.
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  18. Speckled Leaf Lettuce - Packet
    Lactuca sativa
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    One of the prettiest lettuces around, Speckled leaf lettuce gives you that little something extra. Easy to grow and quick to produce, it surprises with lovely, apple-green leaves speckled with flecks of deep red. A fun choice for adding beauty to your garden and color to your salads. 45-55 days.
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  19. Honey Rock Melon - Packet
    Cucumis melo
    $2.50
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    Chopped up for fruit salad or eaten right off the rind like watermelon, Honey Rock melon has a sweet, thirst-quenching taste that no summertime should be without. Tender and juicy, salmon-orange flesh. Vigorous plants are generous yielders and produce best in warm weather. Start indoors in cooler areas. 75-90 days.
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  20. Hearts of Gold Melon - Packet
    Cucumis melo
    $2.50
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    Fragrant, sweet, and very juicy, Hearts of Gold cantaloupe melon is a favorite for good reason...and it takes its name very seriously. Inside its rind is gorgeous, golden-orange flesh that's thick and tender and incredibly refreshing. Vigorous plants are generous yielders and love the heat. Start indoors in cooler areas. 75-90 days.
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  21. Jenny Lind Melon - Packet
    Cucumis melo
    $2.50
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    One of the sweetest melons you'll find anywhere! Named after a popular Swedish opera singer from the 19th century, the Jenny Lind melon variety is sweet, petite, and beautiful. Unique turban shape with fruit that's tender, juicy, and delicious. Vine plants are easy to grow and good yielders. 75-90 days.
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  22. Bidwell Casaba Melon - Packet
    Cucumis melo
    $2.50
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    Beautiful in color and sensational in taste, Casaba Golden Beauty melons are a variety to be prized. Their hardy vines are generous yielders and the fruit is sizable, boasting gorgeous golden-yellow rinds and flesh that's tender with a sweet, spicy taste. Great for storage; keeps for months after harvesting. 90-110 days.
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  23. Queen Anne's Pocket Melon - Packet
    Cucumis melo dudaim
    $2.50
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    Very sweet in appearance and aroma, the Queen Anne's Pocket melon is a lovely ornamental vine variety grown primarily for its amazing fragrance. Fruit is edible, but virtually tasteless. Ideal for adding beautiful color and a naturally sweet scent to your garden, as well as to indoor and outdoor living spaces. 75-85 days.
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  24. Southport White Onion - Packet
    Allium cepa
    $2.50
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    Big size, big flavor! Southport White Globe onions are a big, beautiful variety that's slightly stronger in taste. Add them to your garden so they can join you in the kitchen. Very cold hardy. Seeds can also be planted to produce scallions. 60-70 days (scallions);100-120 days (long day).
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  25. Alaska Garden Pea - Packet
    Pisum sativum
    $2.50
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    One of the earliest pea varieties you can grow, Alaska garden peas are heavy yielders and cooperative growers. Great in cool climates with shorter summers. Stake the vines for support in your garden or containers. Each pod produces 5-8 perfectly sized peas that are mildly sweet in flavor and very crisp. 55-70 days.
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  26. Little Marvel Garden Pea - Packet
    Pisum sativum
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    You could call Little Marvel the superhero of garden peas. It's small in size but packed with sweetness. Great in cool climates with shorter summers. Stake the vines for support in your garden or containers. Each pod produces 6-7 medium-sized peas that are crisp and tender. Delicious fresh, frozen, cooked, or canned. 65-75 days.
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  27. Tom Thumb Shelling Pea - Packet
    Pisum sativum
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    The perfect peas to plant when space is tight but quantity is essential! Small in size, sweet in flavor, and a very generous yielder, Tom Thumb shelling pea plants produce quite a heavy harvest and are a superb container variety. Self-supporting; requires no staking. Peas can be shelled or eaten with the pod. 55-70 days.
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  28. Dwarf Grey Sugar Pea - Packet
    Pisum sativum
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    Plump, tender, crisp, juicy, and sweet, Dwarf Grey sugar peas are a must-do for gardeners and a must-have for healthy eaters. The earliest and smallest of the edible podded peas. Very easy and quick to grow, even in small spaces and colder climates. Great self-supporting container variety. 50-65 days.
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  29. Mammoth Melting Sugar Pea - Packet
    Pisum sativum
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    Huge plants, big pods, generous yields, and a major favorite. It's no wonder Mammoth Melting Sugar Peas earned such a sizable name. Seven-foot plants produce heavy harvests of supersized and super-sweet pods. Very cold hardy. Needs sturdy support while growing and when mature. 55-75 days.
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  30. White Icicle Radish - Packet
    Raphanus sativus
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    Icy in name but spicy in flavor, White Icicle radishes are gorgeous, delicious, and quick. They'll be ready in just a few weeks! Ideal for successive sowings. Enjoy bunches and bunches of these long, crisp, tender white radishes all summer long. Also great for storing through winter. 27-35 days.
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