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  1. 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
    Per Packet
    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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  2. 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
    Per 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: pumpkin pie. If picked before Jack Frost touches them, it will keep all winter in a cool dry cellar.
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  3. 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
    Per 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 stand back to watch them grow. Each Small Sugar Pumpkin yields ample filling to bake into two pies.
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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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
    $2.50
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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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  8. 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
    $2.50
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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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  9. 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
    $2.50
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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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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. 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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  13. Moon and Stars Red Flesh Watermelon - Packet

    The only and only, tried and true, Moon and Stars watermelon deserves a space in every heirloom garden. Introduced in the early 1900’s, slice past the yellow stars, and one big moo...

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    Moon and Stars Red Flesh Watermelon - Packet Citrullus lanatus
    $2.50
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    The only and only, tried and true, Moon and Stars watermelon deserves a space in every heirloom garden. Introduced in the early 1900’s, slice past the yellow stars, and one big moon to reveal juicy, sweet watermelon flesh inside. Don’t eat it alone – instead invite the family or the neighborhood over to enjoy the benefit of this enormous fruit which when grown to full size can with up to 40 pounds. Save the seeds for next year’s garden, and the rind for a batch of watermelon pickles.
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  14. Hubbard Blue Winter Squash - Packet

    Blue Hubbard remains tried and true, with the enduring and endearing qualities that only a good winter squash can provide. Blue Hubbard is a hefty squash, with an elongated form, thi...

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    Hubbard Blue Winter Squash - Packet Cucurbita pepo
    $2.50
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    Blue Hubbard remains tried and true, with the enduring and endearing qualities that only a good winter squash can provide. Blue Hubbard is a hefty squash, with an elongated form, thick bluish gray skin and deep orange flesh and exceptional keeping qualities. Following tradition, store in the basement or root cellar, and go down with a sharp knife to cut a wedge for pie or puree.
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  15. Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach - Packet

    Pluck leaf by leaf for a robust salad, or harvest a bunch to steam until soft, topped with a tab of sweet butter. The Landreth family introduced this variety in 1826, and it became ...

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    Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach - Packet Spinacia oleracea
    $2.50
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    Pluck leaf by leaf for a robust salad, or harvest a bunch to steam until soft, topped with a tab of sweet butter. The Landreth family introduced this variety in 1826, and it became an instant success, now a classic. Known for its outstanding ability to withstand temperature changes, it won the prestigious AAS award in 1937. Best sown early spring or late Autumn, the dark green leaves are crisply crinkled and hardy.
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  16. Cocozelle Green Striped Summer Squash - Packet

    Pretty to grow and delicious to cook with, Cocozelle Green-Striped summer squash is a tender, flavorful variety of zucchini that all gardeners love. It's an early producer and genero...

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    Cocozelle Green Striped Summer Squash - Packet Cucurbita pepo
    $2.50
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    Pretty to grow and delicious to cook with, Cocozelle Green-Striped summer squash is a tender, flavorful variety of zucchini that all gardeners love. It's an early producer and generous yielder, bearing very large fruit up to a foot in length! Pick when 6-8 inches for best taste and tenderness. 45-60 days.
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  17. Georgia Rattlesnake Watermelon - Packet

    Look no further for the best tasting watermelon under the sun. An old southern favorite from 1875, we’ve traced this variety to our earliest roots at Landreth’s, only to discover...

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    Georgia Rattlesnake Watermelon - Packet Citrullus lanatus
    $2.50
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    Look no further for the best tasting watermelon under the sun. An old southern favorite from 1875, we’ve traced this variety to our earliest roots at Landreth’s, only to discover that it set the standard for all watermelon in looks and in flavor. Fruits weigh 25- 30 pounds, just the right size to bring to a potluck gathering, the mottled green skin and deep red flesh produce the classic watermelon slice for the table.
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  18. Green Salad Bowl Leaf Lettuce - Packet

    Forget grocery store lettuce, because once you taste home grown Green Salad Bowl lettuce, you’ll never go back. We think it may even become your obsession, harvesting leaf by leaf ...

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    Green Salad Bowl Leaf Lettuce - Packet Lactuca sativa
    $2.50
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    Forget grocery store lettuce, because once you taste home grown Green Salad Bowl lettuce, you’ll never go back. We think it may even become your obsession, harvesting leaf by leaf for a daily salad. Grown as a loose-leaf head it can turn into a giant mass of frilly green leaves. Crisp, tender and slow to bolt, what more can you expect from the All-America Selections winner.
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  19. Mammoth Red Rock Cabbage - Packet

    The world’s most lovable yet overlooked vegetable, Mammoth Red Rock cabbage is a show stopper in the garden. Ever since it was first introduced by Landeth’s in 1906 and seen in t...

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    Mammoth Red Rock Cabbage - Packet Brassica oleracea capitata
    $2.50
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    The world’s most lovable yet overlooked vegetable, Mammoth Red Rock cabbage is a show stopper in the garden. Ever since it was first introduced by Landeth’s in 1906 and seen in the kitchen gardens at the Chateau d’Villandry, we give it two thumbs up for color and style. It grows into a compact, early forming heads that only a gardener could truly appreciate.
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  20. Black Palm Tree Kale - Packet

    The Italian beauty, Black Palm Tree or Lacinato kale has a reputation. It is not only the best tasting kale for eating, it has extraordinary longevity in the garden. Be sure to have ...

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    Black Palm Tree Kale - Packet Brassica oleracea capitata
    $2.50
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    The Italian beauty, Black Palm Tree or Lacinato kale has a reputation. It is not only the best tasting kale for eating, it has extraordinary longevity in the garden. Be sure to have plenty of good recipes on hand, since you’ll be harvesting the narrow strap shaped leaves of Black Palm Tree Kale from early summer through fall. Heirloom | Landreth Original.
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  21. Silverbeet Chard - Packet

    Sit down to a bowl full of steamed Swiss Chard greens, served with a knob of butter and fresh black pepper, and you’ll thank yourself for choosing to grow this heirloom chard. Also...

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    Silverbeet Chard - Packet Beta vulgaris
    $2.50
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    Sit down to a bowl full of steamed Swiss Chard greens, served with a knob of butter and fresh black pepper, and you’ll thank yourself for choosing to grow this heirloom chard. Also called Silverbeet, Swiss Chard is a true workhorse of the garden, with prolific cut-and-come-again stems that produce from early spring through late fall. Harvest the stems; chop and sauté with garlic and olive oil, and then add the leaves to cook just until tender. Dinner has never been so easy.
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  22. Purple Sprouting Broccoli - Packet

    Meet Purple Sprouting Broccoli, a dramatic purple floret with nutty, mild flavor. It is a cross between wild cabbage and Calabrese green sprouting, yet with more color. Steam the ste...

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    Purple Sprouting Broccoli - Packet Brassica oleracea italica
    $2.50
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    Meet Purple Sprouting Broccoli, a dramatic purple floret with nutty, mild flavor. It is a cross between wild cabbage and Calabrese green sprouting, yet with more color. Steam the stems for a few minutes ‘til tender, drizzle with lemon butter. Bred for cool weather, yet hardy enough to grow year-round. Even though it feels like a new vegetable, it dates back to 1850.
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  23. Catskill Brussels Sprouts - Packet

    Good news for gardeners who love to eat irresistible, bite-sized sprouts! Catskill Brussels Sprouts is a time-honored favorite, especially bred for hardiness and productivity. Leave ...

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    Catskill Brussels Sprouts - Packet Brassica oleracea gemmifera
    $2.50
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    Good news for gardeners who love to eat irresistible, bite-sized sprouts! Catskill Brussels Sprouts is a time-honored favorite, especially bred for hardiness and productivity. Leave growing in the garden after frost to sweeten the flavor, and it easily becomes a sprout that the whole family will adore. Grown since 1941, by gardeners everywhere.
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  24. Broad Windsor Fava Bean - Packet

    Broad Windsor Favas were popular in France in 1860 and are back on the menu again. Prized by top chefs around the world, the long pods are packed with large meaty beans. Steam ‘til...

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    Broad Windsor Fava Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris, Vicia faba
    $2.50
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    Broad Windsor Favas were popular in France in 1860 and are back on the menu again. Prized by top chefs around the world, the long pods are packed with large meaty beans. Steam ‘til tender, spritz with extra virgin olive oil and scatter over ravioli with a fine grating of Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.
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  25. Bloody Butcher Corn - Packet

    While it’s true that some hybrids have surpassed heirlooms for convenience, Bloody Butcher Corn is well worth preserving for its charm. This beloved ‘dent’ corn, a type traditi...

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    Bloody Butcher Corn - Packet Zea mays
    $2.50
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    While it’s true that some hybrids have surpassed heirlooms for convenience, Bloody Butcher Corn is well worth preserving for its charm. This beloved ‘dent’ corn, a type traditionally used for grinding into flour or crushing for polenta. White kernels streaked with pink or red give Bloody Butcher exceptional ornamental as well as culinary value.
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  26. Mexican Sour Gherkin Cucumber - Packet

    You’ve seen this tiny watermelon shaped cucumber on your friend’s Instagram post. Mexican Sour Gherkin, also called a cucamelon, is the hot new heirloom vegetable that everyone w...

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    Mexican Sour Gherkin Cucumber - Packet Cucumis sativus
    $2.50
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    You’ve seen this tiny watermelon shaped cucumber on your friend’s Instagram post. Mexican Sour Gherkin, also called a cucamelon, is the hot new heirloom vegetable that everyone wants to grow. Looks like melon and tastes like cucumber but is actually Melothria scabra. Fast growing vines produce more tiny fruits than you can possibly eat. Ideal for grazing kid food, and adults who love to eat in the garden.
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  27. Sage - Packet

    Silvery gray foliage of Sage makes a fine plant in the herb garden. Add a pinch to season an omelet, flavor homemade sausage or stuff a goose, a little bit goes a long way. If kept u...

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    Sage - Packet Salvia officinalis
    $2.50
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    Silvery gray foliage of Sage makes a fine plant in the herb garden. Add a pinch to season an omelet, flavor homemade sausage or stuff a goose, a little bit goes a long way. If kept unclipped, striking purple blossoms will appear. In the fall, harvest the bounty, to weave into an aromatic wreath to hang above the winter hearth.
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  28. Moss Curled Parsley - Packet

    Treasured by cook’s for centuries, Parsley is a time-honored herb that is not just a plate decoration. Notoriously healthy, with Vit K galore, scatter over soup, tear into salad o...

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    Moss Curled Parsley - Packet Petroselinum crispum
    $2.50
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    Treasured by cook’s for centuries, Parsley is a time-honored herb that is not just a plate decoration. Notoriously healthy, with Vit K galore, scatter over soup, tear into salad or chop into a stew, Moss Curled Parsley gives everything a vibrant green glow. This biennial will grow two years in a row from seed sown. Give it a try, share the love.
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  29. Dwarf Vates Kale - Packet

    Picture a field full of healthy, robust greens, and you are looking at Dwarf Vates Kale. Low, compact plants, this must-have garden green produces endless and consistent quantities o...

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    Dwarf Vates Kale - Packet Brassica oleracea
    $2.50
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    Picture a field full of healthy, robust greens, and you are looking at Dwarf Vates Kale. Low, compact plants, this must-have garden green produces endless and consistent quantities of kale, ready to toss in a salad bowl, chop into soup or bake for kale chips. Equally successful in urban gardens as it is in wide-open country, this compact variety can grow just about anywhere.
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  30. Red Russian Kale - Packet

    If you think you have enough kale, think again. Heirloom Red Russian Kale is a gorgeous ornamental edible plant, with deep purple, fringed leaves on large upright plants, worthy of e...

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    Red Russian Kale - Packet Brassica oleracea
    $2.50
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    If you think you have enough kale, think again. Heirloom Red Russian Kale is a gorgeous ornamental edible plant, with deep purple, fringed leaves on large upright plants, worthy of every garden. Power packed with nutrition as well as a rich cabbage-like flavor that sweetens with fall frosts, it is the original.
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