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  1. Red Deer Tongue Leaf Lettuce - Packet

    Deep ruby red leaves and the distinctive deer tongue spear shaped leaves gives this unusual heirloom lettuce sought after qualities. A loose-leaf lettuce that is eager to be harveste...

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    Red Deer Tongue Leaf Lettuce - Packet Lactuca sativa
    $2.50
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    Deep ruby red leaves and the distinctive deer tongue spear shaped leaves gives this unusual heirloom lettuce sought after qualities. A loose-leaf lettuce that is eager to be harvested leaf by leaf, then left to regrow as cut and come again lettuce, leave it to grow into a full sixed head twirling into a pinwheel shape at maturity.
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  2. Early Scarlet Globe Radish - Packet

    For less than the price of a bunch you’d buy at the market, you can purchase a whole packet of Early Scarlet Globe radish seed to grow your own. Taste the spicy, peppery, perky fla...

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    Early Scarlet Globe Radish - Packet Raphanus sativus
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    For less than the price of a bunch you’d buy at the market, you can purchase a whole packet of Early Scarlet Globe radish seed to grow your own. Taste the spicy, peppery, perky flavor in both the root and the tender tops. Then sow another row.
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  3. Stowell's Evergreen Corn - Packet

    Extra-large ears of Stowell’s Evergreen Sweet Corn have graced family picnics for over a century. One of the many heirlooms that can be traced back to Native American seed stock, l...

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    Stowell's Evergreen Corn - Packet Zea mays
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    Extra-large ears of Stowell’s Evergreen Sweet Corn have graced family picnics for over a century. One of the many heirlooms that can be traced back to Native American seed stock, later developed into a commercial crop for the home gardener. Pure white kernels with sweet, delicate flavor, a late variety that is best grown alongside an earlier corn (try Golden Cross) for a longer corn-eating season.
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  4. Green Globe Artichoke - Packet

    Connect to your inner gourmet (and impress your friends) by growing Green Globe Artichokes. On the deck, on a rooftop, outside your kitchen door, this outstanding ornamental deserves...

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    Green Globe Artichoke - Packet Cynara cardunculus scolymus
    $2.50
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    Connect to your inner gourmet (and impress your friends) by growing Green Globe Artichokes. On the deck, on a rooftop, outside your kitchen door, this outstanding ornamental deserves to be seen, and eaten. Green Globe Artichoke is time honored, reliable and produces succulent buds in the first year. First few buds are for eating, then allow the rest to turn into a zany purple thistles.
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