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  1. Poblano Hot Pepper - Packet

    Roast them under a broiler to blacken, Poblano Pepper is surely one of the best loved peppers to stuff with spiced rice or tuck into a Quesadillas. Also known as Ancho, it is conside...

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    Poblano Hot Pepper - Packet Capsicum annuum
    $2.50
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    Roast them under a broiler to blacken, Poblano Pepper is surely one of the best loved peppers to stuff with spiced rice or tuck into a Quesadillas. Also known as Ancho, it is considered milder than most, with a small kick of heat. Wide base, ripe when green, this popular pepper is a must have for every pepper lovers garden.
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  2. Yolo Wonder Sweet Pepper - Packet

    Crunchy when raw, meltingly sweet when roasted, the Yolo Wonder sets the standard for a blocky, sweet pepper. Slice for salads, or broil until it collapses into a soft heap for sweet...

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    Yolo Wonder Sweet Pepper - Packet Capsicum annuum
    $2.50
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    Crunchy when raw, meltingly sweet when roasted, the Yolo Wonder sets the standard for a blocky, sweet pepper. Slice for salads, or broil until it collapses into a soft heap for sweet pepper paste, mashed with garlic and spices. Yolo Wonder was first introduced by the Campbell Soup Company to replace heirloom California Wonder. Harvest when green or wait until it turns to a deep ruby red for maximum allure.
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  3. Purple Beauty Sweet Pepper - Packet

    Roast, stuff or broil Purple Beauty Sweet peppers until they are smoky and complex, perfect for soup or paella. This crisp bell pepper has distinctive flavor, a bit like asparagus wi...

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    Purple Beauty Sweet Pepper - Packet Capsicum annuum
    $2.50
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    Roast, stuff or broil Purple Beauty Sweet peppers until they are smoky and complex, perfect for soup or paella. This crisp bell pepper has distinctive flavor, a bit like asparagus with a hint of grassiness. Most peppers start green, then turn to red, yet the magnificent Purple Beauty purple bell peppers goes straight to deep purple then to your kitchen.
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  4. Sweet Chocolate Sweet Pepper - Packet

    Few can resist growing richly colored Chocolate Sweet pepper, especially kids who feast on them right out of the garden. Crunchy, deep purple-black skin and green interior, with thin...

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    Sweet Chocolate Sweet Pepper - Packet Capsicum annuum
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    Few can resist growing richly colored Chocolate Sweet pepper, especially kids who feast on them right out of the garden. Crunchy, deep purple-black skin and green interior, with thin walls that make them easy to chop into a quick stir-fry or stuff with rice seasoned with smoky paprika. Adaptable to most regions, early to mature.
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  5. Kentucky Wonder Bean

    Crispy, crunchy Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans are tried and true. One of the most satisfying with dual purpose; harvest young for a fresh eating type, steamed with butter. Or leave on ...

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    Kentucky Wonder Brown Pole Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris
    $2.50
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    Crispy, crunchy Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans are tried and true. One of the most satisfying with dual purpose; harvest young for a fresh eating type, steamed with butter. Or leave on the vine for pods to dry, and harvest for a shelling bean for winter keeping. Push the seed in the ground, build an arbor, and step back as the vines to take off.
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  6. King of the Garden Pole Lima Bean - Packet

    You can really have it all, because King of the Garden Lima is equally magnificent in the garden as in the kitchen. Combine the stature of a dramatic pole bean with long, productive...

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    King of the Garden Pole Lima Bean - Packet Phaseolus lunatus
    $2.50
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    You can really have it all, because King of the Garden Lima is equally magnificent in the garden as in the kitchen. Combine the stature of a dramatic pole bean with long, productive pods and good old-fashioned Lima bean flavor, and the result is one of the best ornamental edibles you can grow. Thrives in most garden soils, especially loves the heat of the south. Highly Recommended.
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  7. Long Island Cheese Pumpkin - Packet

    Celebrated as one of the oldest varieties cultivated in America, the Long Island Cheese Pumpkin resembles, well, a wheel of cheese. It also makes the most delicious of Yankee notions...

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    Long Island Cheese Pumpkin - Packet Cucurbita moschata
    $2.50
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    Celebrated as one of the oldest varieties cultivated in America, the Long Island Cheese Pumpkin resembles, well, a wheel of cheese. It also makes the most delicious of Yankee notions: pumpkin pie. If picked before Jack Frost touches them, it will keep all winter in a cool dry cellar.
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  8. Small Sugar Pumpkin - Packet

    Thanksgiving’s favorite dessert, pumpkin pie, just got better. Because what’s more American than growing your own pumpkins? City or suburb, you can do it! Sow the seeds and stan...

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    Small Sugar Pumpkin - Packet Cucurbita pepo
    $2.50
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    Thanksgiving’s favorite dessert, pumpkin pie, just got better. Because what’s more American than growing your own pumpkins? City or suburb, you can do it! Sow the seeds and stand back to watch them grow. Each Small Sugar Pumpkin yields ample filling to bake into two pies.
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  9. Connecticut Field Pumpkin - Packet

    This snazzy heirloom pumpkin is not one for change. Tried and true, the Connecticut Field Pumpkin can claim to be a time-tested classic for over two hundred years. Large, globular ...

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    Connecticut Field Pumpkin - Packet Cucurbita pepo
    $2.50
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    This snazzy heirloom pumpkin is not one for change. Tried and true, the Connecticut Field Pumpkin can claim to be a time-tested classic for over two hundred years. Large, globular shape, with smooth orange skin, is best known for gracing front porches in style. One plant yields a half-dozen fruits; give the vines plenty of space to stretch.
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  10. Cushaw Green Striped Pumpkin - Packet

    Green Striped Cushaw Pumpkin is a well-known southern squash, the preferred choice for pies and turnovers, or served spiced and sweetened straight from the pot. Creole and Cajun cook...

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    Cushaw Green Striped Pumpkin - Packet Cucurbita argyosperma
    $2.50
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    Green Striped Cushaw Pumpkin is a well-known southern squash, the preferred choice for pies and turnovers, or served spiced and sweetened straight from the pot. Creole and Cajun cooks call this squash Juirdmom, a distinctive green striped crookneck shape, this winter squash can average 10-20 pounds apiece.
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  11. Chinese Rose Radish - Packet

    Get down and dirty with peppery and dependable, Chinese Rose Radishes. Spicy tasting thinly slice for a colorful crudité with a small bowl of softened sweet butter and sea salt. Sow...

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    Chinese Rose Radish - Packet Raphanus sativus
    $2.50
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    Get down and dirty with peppery and dependable, Chinese Rose Radishes. Spicy tasting thinly slice for a colorful crudité with a small bowl of softened sweet butter and sea salt. Sow seeds in early spring or fall, and before long the dark pink roots will be ready to harvest.
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  12. Philadelphia White Box Radish - Packet

    Small, perfectly round and pleasingly plump, the Philadelphia White Box radish is a Landreth Original. Cleverly disguised to resemble a spring turnip, highly adaptable to small garde...

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    Philadelphia White Box Radish - Packet Raphanus sativus
    $2.50
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    Small, perfectly round and pleasingly plump, the Philadelphia White Box radish is a Landreth Original. Cleverly disguised to resemble a spring turnip, highly adaptable to small gardens and containers, anywhere there is a patch of sun. Direct sow a row of seed in the garden in spring and fall for a quick growing radish that is best fresh from the garden.
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  13. Fish Pepper - Packet

    Popular in the mid-Atlantic during the 1870’s, the Fish Pepper adds a kick to creamy seafood gumbo. In the garden, Fish Peppers start off creamy white then become accented by light...

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    Fish Pepper - Packet Capsicum annuum
    $2.50
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    Popular in the mid-Atlantic during the 1870’s, the Fish Pepper adds a kick to creamy seafood gumbo. In the garden, Fish Peppers start off creamy white then become accented by light and dark green stripes, eventually maturing when deep orange with dark brown striations. This one-of-a kind pepper was preserved by Horace Pippin, who shared with seed saver H. Ralph Weaver. It is now a regional treasure of the south, well worth growing and saving seeds.
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  14. Long Red Thin Cayenne Pepper - Packet

    Long Red Thin Cayenne is a prolific grower and satisfyingly hot. One long, crinkly ruby red pod packs a wallop, yet can also be tamed when simmered into a hot pepper jelly or chopped...

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    Long Red Thin Cayenne Pepper - Packet Capsicum annuum
    $2.50
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    Long Red Thin Cayenne is a prolific grower and satisfyingly hot. One long, crinkly ruby red pod packs a wallop, yet can also be tamed when simmered into a hot pepper jelly or chopped into chili. String any extras into a decorative rostra to hang next to your stove, or seal into a freezer bag for the winter.
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  15. Jalapeno Early Hot Pepper - Packet

    Jalapeno Early Hot pepper sets the standard for a pepper that bites but does not kick. One or two plants will yield enough green peppers for several quarts of salsa or to sprinkle ov...

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    Jalapeno Early Hot Pepper - Packet Capsicum annuum
    $2.50
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    Jalapeno Early Hot pepper sets the standard for a pepper that bites but does not kick. One or two plants will yield enough green peppers for several quarts of salsa or to sprinkle over a platter of enchiladas. Sow seeds early, along with a garden medley of hot and sweet peppers for a full range of culinary options. Pick when they're green for a milder pepper, or allow them to ripen on the vine to a red, slightly spicier jalapeno.
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  16. Paris White Cos Leaf Lettuce - Packet

    Time to slow down and fully appreciate the lineage of Paris White Cos, an heirloom lettuce, that dates back to 1794. Thomas Jefferson sowed a thimble full of Paris White Cos lettuce ...

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    Paris White Cos Leaf Lettuce - Packet Lactuca sativa
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    Time to slow down and fully appreciate the lineage of Paris White Cos, an heirloom lettuce, that dates back to 1794. Thomas Jefferson sowed a thimble full of Paris White Cos lettuce seed every Monday morning, his trick for a continuous harvest of this desirable baby romaine. Guaranteed to be the best lettuce grown this side of the Mason Dixon line.
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  17. Speckled Leaf Lettuce - Packet

    Is it fair to name a lettuce after a fish? The unusual leaf pattern of Troutback lettuce, an Austrian heirloom, gives this lettuce a distinctive look. Grown for over 200 years. Trout...

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    Speckled Leaf Lettuce - Packet Lactuca sativa
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    Is it fair to name a lettuce after a fish? The unusual leaf pattern of Troutback lettuce, an Austrian heirloom, gives this lettuce a distinctive look. Grown for over 200 years. Troutback lettuce awakened gardeners to the purpose of heirloom seeds, as a way to rediscover the diversity that once abounded in our kitchen gardens. A looseleaf semi-romaine head, harvest leaf by leaf or as a full sized.
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  18. Honey Rock Melon - Packet

    All-America Winner in 1933, this heirloom melon continues to rock the cantaloupe world. Sweet orange flesh is sweeter and firmer than most cantaloupes. Often seen in farmers markets,...

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    Honey Rock Melon - Packet Cucumis melo
    $2.50
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    All-America Winner in 1933, this heirloom melon continues to rock the cantaloupe world. Sweet orange flesh is sweeter and firmer than most cantaloupes. Often seen in farmers markets, recognizable by the distinctive green ribbing and classic netted exterior. Slips off the vine when perfectly ripe, ready to go from garden to table.
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  19. Hearts of Gold Melon - Packet

    Dig in to these extremely sweet orange muskmelons like candy and be sure to have napkins nearby. Each vine produces up to a half dozen fruit that pops off the vines when ripe. Averag...

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    Hearts of Gold Melon - Packet Cucumis melo
    $2.50
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    Dig in to these extremely sweet orange muskmelons like candy and be sure to have napkins nearby. Each vine produces up to a half dozen fruit that pops off the vines when ripe. Averaging about 3 pounds each, Hearts of Gold is half the size of Honey Rock. No pruning or drip irrigation required, these reliable and prolific melons grow beautifully in every garden. 80 days.
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  20. Jenny Lind Melon - Packet

    The first to bloom and the first to ripen, Jenny Lind Melons are a reason to grow melons in the kitchen garden. Each plant produces a dozen two-pound fruits with turban tops and pale...

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    Jenny Lind Melon - Packet Cucumis melo
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    The first to bloom and the first to ripen, Jenny Lind Melons are a reason to grow melons in the kitchen garden. Each plant produces a dozen two-pound fruits with turban tops and pale green flesh. Add a squeeze of lemon to bring out the flavor. Once the go-to melon for all gardeners, named after a famous operatic singer, known as the Swedish Nightingale.
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  21. Bidwell Casaba Melon - Packet

    From melon jam to minty melon lemonade, you’re guaranteed to please your dinner guests when you serve this Bidwell Casaba heirloom melon. One giant fruit feeds a crowd, or a family...

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    Bidwell Casaba Melon - Packet Cucumis melo
    $2.50
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    From melon jam to minty melon lemonade, you’re guaranteed to please your dinner guests when you serve this Bidwell Casaba heirloom melon. One giant fruit feeds a crowd, or a family of six. The scrumptious green interior is a nice contrast to orange honeydew in a fruit salad, garnished with lime and sprig of mint. Ripe when it reaches the size of a soccer ball, and the skin begins to slightly yellow.
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  22. Queen Anne's Pocket Melon - Packet

    Palm-sized, sweetly aromatic melons with a soft fuzzy lemon-yellow skin, is grown more as an historical ornamental than a tasty treat. Once carried by Victorian women as deodorant, w...

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    Queen Anne's Pocket Melon - Packet Cucumis melo dudaim
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    Palm-sized, sweetly aromatic melons with a soft fuzzy lemon-yellow skin, is grown more as an historical ornamental than a tasty treat. Once carried by Victorian women as deodorant, when carried in their pockets the fragrance would act as a perfumed sachet. Also known as Plum Granny, it has been grown for over centuries, seeds are thought to have originated in Persia.
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  23. Southport White Onion - Packet

    Start your onions from seed and taste the difference between store bought and home grown. Southport White is an excellent Spanish type, medium-sized, pungent tasting, equally flavorf...

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    Southport White Onion - Packet Allium cepa
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    Start your onions from seed and taste the difference between store bought and home grown. Southport White is an excellent Spanish type, medium-sized, pungent tasting, equally flavorful in soup or French onion tart. Best adapted to cooler northern climates, braid the tops and you’ll have one of the best storage keepers.
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  24. Alaska Garden Pea - Packet

    It should go like this: “Peter Piper picked a peck of Alaska Peas,” since these early bearing peas produce good yields of fat pods. Delicious for soups or whirred into guacamole ...

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    Alaska Garden Pea - Packet Pisum sativum
    $2.50
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    It should go like this: “Peter Piper picked a peck of Alaska Peas,” since these early bearing peas produce good yields of fat pods. Delicious for soups or whirred into guacamole to add a sweet accent. Rugged plants prefer cool weather. In the deep south, sow in November through the second week of January. Northern climates, sow as early as ground can be worked. Plants are relatively dwarf compared to other varieties, require 3-foot fence to stake.
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  25. Little Marvel Garden Pea - Packet

    Gather the family together to sit on the porch and shuck a bushel of Little Marvel Peas. These luscious, sugary peas are an unforgettable dinner. Tried and true heritage variety that...

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    Little Marvel Garden Pea - Packet Pisum sativum
    $2.50
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    Gather the family together to sit on the porch and shuck a bushel of Little Marvel Peas. These luscious, sugary peas are an unforgettable dinner. Tried and true heritage variety that has been a Landreth’s favorite for generations, compact plants require minimal fencing to hold up the three feet tall vines. Select for high yield, and reliable bountiful harvest every time.
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  26. Tom Thumb Shelling Pea - Packet

    Small is beautiful, when it comes to growing Tom Thumb, an English heirloom first introduced in the U.S. by Landreth’s Seeds in 1854.  A flavorful full-sized pea growing on a comp...

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    Tom Thumb Shelling Pea - Packet Pisum sativum
    $2.50
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    Small is beautiful, when it comes to growing Tom Thumb, an English heirloom first introduced in the U.S. by Landreth’s Seeds in 1854.  A flavorful full-sized pea growing on a compact plant, the vines fits neatly into a large container to grow on a balcony or tucked under a taller plant.
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  27. Dwarf Grey Sugar Pea - Packet

    Whether you prefer a classic pea salad with new potatoes or Pad Thai redux, there is nothing old fashioned about Dwarf Grey Sugar edible pod peas. Sturdy stout plants bear stunning ...

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    Dwarf Grey Sugar Pea - Packet Pisum sativum
    $2.50
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    Whether you prefer a classic pea salad with new potatoes or Pad Thai redux, there is nothing old fashioned about Dwarf Grey Sugar edible pod peas. Sturdy stout plants bear stunning purple flowers to grace a bouquet or garnish a plate before turning into one of the oldest cultivated peas a gardener can grow. Tall vines require staking for maximum yields.
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  28. Mammoth Melting Sugar Pea - Packet

    Start a stir-fry simmering with shiitake, peppers and scallions then dash to the garden for a basketful of Mammoth Melting Sugar. A crunchy, succulent pea that forms large edible fla...

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    Mammoth Melting Sugar Pea - Packet Pisum sativum
    $2.50
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    Start a stir-fry simmering with shiitake, peppers and scallions then dash to the garden for a basketful of Mammoth Melting Sugar. A crunchy, succulent pea that forms large edible flat pods on tall six-foot vines. Reliable in most areas, yet prefers cooler temperatures, the vines continue to produce edible pods late in the season.
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  29. White Icicle Radish - Packet

    Grow White Icicle Radish and make it easy to say, “I grew it. I’ll eat it!” A top choice for gardeners who love a crisp tasting Daikon for a pickle or to grate into a salad bow...

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    White Icicle Radish - Packet Raphanus sativus
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    Grow White Icicle Radish and make it easy to say, “I grew it. I’ll eat it!” A top choice for gardeners who love a crisp tasting Daikon for a pickle or to grate into a salad bowl. Toss with lemon and a glug of extra virgin olive oil, the white tapered roots are half the size and take half the time to grow than a traditional Daikon.
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  30. French Breakfast Radish - Packet

    Neon pink with a white tip, the distinctive French Breakfast radishes are shaped for dipping into softened sweet butter with a light scatter of sea salt. Slice lengthwise and serve w...

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    French Breakfast Radish - Packet Raphanus sativus
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    Neon pink with a white tip, the distinctive French Breakfast radishes are shaped for dipping into softened sweet butter with a light scatter of sea salt. Slice lengthwise and serve with café au lait and brioche. Harvest French Breakfast radish when small, about the length and width of your finger.
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