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  1. Cincinatti Market Radish - Packet

    Cincinnati Market Radish (also known as Early Scarlet) is a beautiful way to liven a salad or garnish a crudité platter. Slice the tapered root lengthwise, for a mild bite of crisp...

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    Cincinatti Market Radish - Packet Raphanus sativus
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    Cincinnati Market Radish (also known as Early Scarlet) is a beautiful way to liven a salad or garnish a crudité platter. Slice the tapered root lengthwise, for a mild bite of crisp crunch alongside carrots and sugar snap peas. The appeal of Cincinnati is the quick growth that results in knowing this radish takes less than a few weeks from seed to table.
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  2. Abraham Lincoln Tomato - Packet

    If you enjoy a large, beefsteak type fruit that ripens all the way through with no green shoulders, give Abraham Lincoln a try. Slice and serve with a colorful collection of yellow a...

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    Abraham Lincoln Tomato - Packet Solanum lycopersicum
    $2.50
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    If you enjoy a large, beefsteak type fruit that ripens all the way through with no green shoulders, give Abraham Lincoln a try. Slice and serve with a colorful collection of yellow and purple tomatoes, sprinkle with thin slivers of sweet basil and serve for a memorable salad. Originating in the early 1900’s, this bold tasting heirloom has been re-selected to be mostly disease resistant. Late to harvest, these vigorous plants require staking.
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  3. Brandywine Pink Tomato - Packet

    Dating back to 1895, Brandywine is hands-down one of the most popular heirloom tomatoes. Brandywine will easily win a prize at your local state fair for beauty and substantial form, ...

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    Brandywine Pink Tomato - Packet Solanum lycopersicum
    $2.50
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    Dating back to 1895, Brandywine is hands-down one of the most popular heirloom tomatoes. Brandywine will easily win a prize at your local state fair for beauty and substantial form, yet flavor is the real stand out. The plants are vigorous, growing up to nine feet tall, two pounders have been reported, yet the average size fruit is slightly larger than one pound per tomato. Unusual potato shaped leaves distinguish this plant from another, various strains exist, yet we offer the best tasting variety, sure to become your favorite heirloom in the garden.
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  4. Red Fig Tomato - Packet

    If you have ever considered making tomato jam, a thick conserve to lather on soft cheese or grilled vegetables, give Red Fig Tomato a try. An heirloom dating back to the early 1800...

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    Red Fig Tomato - Packet Solanum lycopersicum
    $2.50
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    If you have ever considered making tomato jam, a thick conserve to lather on soft cheese or grilled vegetables, give Red Fig Tomato a try. An heirloom dating back to the early 1800’s, the unusual fig shaped form hints at its namesake, yet this bite-sized fruit was once solely grown for preserving. Bears profuse fruit slightly larger than a cherry or pear tomato, heavy bearing in clusters making them easy to harvest.
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  5. Livingston's Paragon Tomato - Packet

    We have A.W. Livingston to thank for this sweet, juicy, uniform size tomato with flavor that we have come to expect from this iconic fruit. Livingston’s Paragon was released in 187...

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    Livingston's Paragon Tomato - Packet Solanum lycopersicum
    $2.50
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    We have A.W. Livingston to thank for this sweet, juicy, uniform size tomato with flavor that we have come to expect from this iconic fruit. Livingston’s Paragon was released in 1870, one of thirty-five varieties that his company introduced between 1870 and 1941. Paragon tastes the way all tomatoes should: sweet, yet not too sweet. Mid-season and mid-sized fruit will brighten your tomato patch with a bit of history.
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  6. Oxheart Red Tomato - Packet

    If you find yourself talking about your favorite heirloom tomatoes the way oenophiles talk about fine wine, Oxheart should be added to your collection. Shaped like its namesake, sli...

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    Oxheart Red Tomato - Packet Solanum lycopersicum
    $2.50
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    If you find yourself talking about your favorite heirloom tomatoes the way oenophiles talk about fine wine, Oxheart should be added to your collection. Shaped like its namesake, slice to accentuate the heart shape for a distinctive statement on the plate. This popular heirloom tomato become an instant hit when introduced in the mid-1900’s, bred to include pink and orange varieties, yet none taste as good as the original red.
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  7. San Marzano Tomato - Packet

    Originating in the small Italian town of San Marzano near Naples, the thick meaty flesh and robust flavor of San Marzano tomato is the own everyone grows for sauce. Combine consisten...

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    San Marzano Tomato - Packet Solanum lycopersicum
    $2.50
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    Originating in the small Italian town of San Marzano near Naples, the thick meaty flesh and robust flavor of San Marzano tomato is the own everyone grows for sauce. Combine consistent yield, and ample size for an instant favorite among home gardeners as well as market growers who grow this brand for commercial canners. San Marzano was once the largest export crop, rivaling Roma, yet this classic can’t be beat for authenticity, when it comes to true Italian cuisine.
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  8. Red Pear Tomato - Packet

    Load up on Red Pear cherry tomatoes, to devour fresh in the garden or bake in a low oven with a drizzle of olive oil and garlic. An heirloom that has been updated to perfection, frui...

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    Red Pear Tomato - Packet Solanum lycopersicum
    $2.50
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    Load up on Red Pear cherry tomatoes, to devour fresh in the garden or bake in a low oven with a drizzle of olive oil and garlic. An heirloom that has been updated to perfection, fruits ripen in clusters on the vine making them easy to harvest efficiently. Children love these bite-sized fruits, fill up pint baskets and bring them along for picnics or as a healthy lunch box snack.
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  9. Yellow Pear Tomato - Packet

    Best when eaten sun warmed and straight off the vine, the vigorous vines of Yellow Pear bear generous clusters of evenly ripe golden fruit. Grow alongside Red Pear for a match made i...

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    Yellow Pear Tomato - Packet Solanum lycopersicum
    $2.50
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    Best when eaten sun warmed and straight off the vine, the vigorous vines of Yellow Pear bear generous clusters of evenly ripe golden fruit. Grow alongside Red Pear for a match made in heaven. The small fruits add a decorative splash of color to an Antipasto platter or can be gently sautéed over low heat to soften for fresh sauce over pasta, served with slivers of sweet basil and a grating of hard cheese.
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  10. Purple Top White Globe Turnip - Packet

    Remind yourself that turnips were once the most popular vegetable to grow in a garden, then sow a row of Purple White Globe to find out why. Harking back to Landreth’s earliest ro...

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    Purple Top White Globe Turnip - Packet Brassica rapa
    $2.50
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    Remind yourself that turnips were once the most popular vegetable to grow in a garden, then sow a row of Purple White Globe to find out why. Harking back to Landreth’s earliest roots, these cold hardy turnips were prized in the 1880’s. Ready to hold up to a cold winter in the root cellar or left in the ground to sweeten up during a mild winter. Bring this heirloom back to your garden, pick it small when tender enough to add to soups, salads or simply steamed with butter.
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  11. Seven Top Turnip - Packet

    Seven Top is on the Slow Food Ark of Taste list of endangered varieties, because it is primarily grown for the sumptuous green tops and not the root. Once a garden fixture in the so...

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    Seven Top Turnip - Packet Brassica rapa
    $2.50
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    Seven Top is on the Slow Food Ark of Taste list of endangered varieties, because it is primarily grown for the sumptuous green tops and not the root. Once a garden fixture in the south, the seed has become hard to find. The cherished “turnip salad” starts with peppery hot Turnip leaves, which are tamed with a dressing of hot bacon grease and a dash of salt. Seven Top is best grown in the fall, leaves picked small for salads and larger for sautéed cooked greens.
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  12. White Egg Turnip - Packet

    Sow seeds in the spring and wait less than 45 days for the small round white roots of White Egg Turnip to be ready to harvest. Shave onto a salad, slice and steam with herb butter, o...

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    White Egg Turnip - Packet Brassica rapa
    $2.50
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    Sow seeds in the spring and wait less than 45 days for the small round white roots of White Egg Turnip to be ready to harvest. Shave onto a salad, slice and steam with herb butter, or blend into a creamy soup with spring onions. The turnip, once held in great esteem, deserves a place at the table once again and luckily, White Egg is here to stay.
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  13. Golden Midget Watermelon - Packet

    Fits in the palm of your hand, Golden Midget watermelon weighs around three pounds each, ready for harvest when the skin takes on a yellow glow. Sweet tasting, and ideal for small ga...

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    Golden Midget Watermelon - Packet Citrullus lanatus
    $2.50
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    Fits in the palm of your hand, Golden Midget watermelon weighs around three pounds each, ready for harvest when the skin takes on a yellow glow. Sweet tasting, and ideal for small gardens, containers or the children’s garden, Golden Midget is delicious right out of the gate. Slice and serve, the old-fashioned charm of Golden Midget delivers, with plenty of seeds and sweetness as only an heirloom watermelon can be.
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  14. 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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  15. Principe Borghese Tomato - Packet

    An Italian classic for over a hundred years, the Principe Borghese produces a mighty crop for thick, fragrant sauce. Do like the Italians do, harvest the plant and hang them upside d...

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    Principe Borghese Tomato - Packet Solanum lycopersicum
    $2.50
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    An Italian classic for over a hundred years, the Principe Borghese produces a mighty crop for thick, fragrant sauce. Do like the Italians do, harvest the plant and hang them upside down on the side of your garden shed to dry naturally from the heat of the sun. Or slice and slow dry in a low oven, layer with basil and olive oil for a year round treat. Compact determinant plants are stocky and sturdy, bearing clusters of egg-sized tomatoes with thick walls and minimal seeds.
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  16. 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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  17. Black Spanish Radish - Packet

    The Black Spanish Radish is a little different than it’s delicate, pink cousins. Nearly black skin with snowy white interior, this unusually large radish is also a winter keeper. B...

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    Black Spanish Radish - Packet Raphanus sativus
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    The Black Spanish Radish is a little different than it’s delicate, pink cousins. Nearly black skin with snowy white interior, this unusually large radish is also a winter keeper. Best savored in a robust slaw; finely cut into matchsticks, combine with grated carrot and chopped parsley. Black Spanish radish has been used for centuries as a folk remedy to increase digestion.
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  18. 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
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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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  19. Viroflay Spinach - Packet

    Serve this smooth leaved French variety of spinach ‘a la Florentine’ gently braised with a lemony buttery sauce under poached eggs for classic Eggs Benedict. When Catherine de Me...

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    Viroflay Spinach - Packet Spinacia oleracea
    $2.50
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    Serve this smooth leaved French variety of spinach ‘a la Florentine’ gently braised with a lemony buttery sauce under poached eggs for classic Eggs Benedict. When Catherine de Medici instructed her chef to serve spinach at her wedding, it quickly became a French kitchen garden favorite. Viroflay produces vigorous plants with large leaves.
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  20. Giant Noble Spinach - Packet

    Grow this large, smooth leaved spinach to eat fresh or pack into freezer for winter use, Giant Noble is reliable and uniform. No garden is complete without a good bed of spinach, sow...

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    Giant Noble Spinach - Packet Spinacia oleracea
    $2.50
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    Grow this large, smooth leaved spinach to eat fresh or pack into freezer for winter use, Giant Noble is reliable and uniform. No garden is complete without a good bed of spinach, sow spring or fall since it prefers cool weather. Giant Noble is your best choice for heritage flavor, and winner of the prestigious AAS award in 1933.
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  21. 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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  22. Early Prolific Straightneck Summer Squash - Packet

    Bake an Early Prolific Strait neck summer squash the way your grandmother would, split in half, bake under cheese sauce until soft, garnish with chopped parsley and summer savory. Or...

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    Early Prolific Straightneck Summer Squash - Packet Cucurbita pepo
    $2.50
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    Bake an Early Prolific Strait neck summer squash the way your grandmother would, split in half, bake under cheese sauce until soft, garnish with chopped parsley and summer savory. Or bake in a pie, for a flavor that will never disappoint. Because this summer squash is tradition passed forward. A classic, designed purely for memory moments that only good taste can provide.
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  23. Bush Scallop Summer Squash - Packet

    Decorative on a plate, in the garden or simply in a bowl. The buttery yellow fruit is star shaped, giving them unique charm. Scoop out the center, fill with ricotta cheese and choppe...

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    Bush Scallop Summer Squash - Packet Cucurbita pepo
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    Decorative on a plate, in the garden or simply in a bowl. The buttery yellow fruit is star shaped, giving them unique charm. Scoop out the center, fill with ricotta cheese and chopped chives, bake until soft. Plant in city or suburb, best when harvested when only three inches across. Prolific plants, be prepared to give extras away to friends and neighbors.
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  24. Golden Summer Crookneck Summer Squash - Packet

    If you enjoy playing in the dirt, growing Golden Summer Crookneck is a reliable partner. Bright yellow fruit, with a knotty exterior yet tender interior is best-steamed and dotted wi...

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    Golden Summer Crookneck Summer Squash - Packet Cucurbita pepo
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    If you enjoy playing in the dirt, growing Golden Summer Crookneck is a reliable partner. Bright yellow fruit, with a knotty exterior yet tender interior is best-steamed and dotted with fresh herb flecked butter. Grow them where they will get plenty of sun and space to extend their leaves, for an ornamental delight.
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  25. Early White Patty Pan Summer Squash - Packet

    The term Patty Pan derives from a Provencal word for cake made in a scalloped mold. Also known as scallop squash, sunburst or cymbling in the south, the scalloped edges and round squ...

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    Early White Patty Pan Summer Squash - Packet Cucurbita pepo
    $2.50
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    The term Patty Pan derives from a Provencal word for cake made in a scalloped mold. Also known as scallop squash, sunburst or cymbling in the south, the scalloped edges and round squash shape resembles a tiny spaceship. White Patty Pan is similar to the yellow version, yet has a creamy white skin and is the best squashes to stew. Ready in 50 days from seed to table.
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  26. Acorn Table Queen Winter Squash - Packet

    Deep flavor and long keeping qualities are why gardeners who cherish tradition grow Acorn Table Queen squash every year. Each plant produces up to 8 deep green acorn shaped fruit, sl...

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    Acorn Table Queen Winter Squash - Packet Cucurbita pepo
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    Deep flavor and long keeping qualities are why gardeners who cherish tradition grow Acorn Table Queen squash every year. Each plant produces up to 8 deep green acorn shaped fruit, slice open and layer with butter and brown sugar. Bake in the oven for an hour until smooth and creamy. A reliable heirloom for almost a century and still going strong, winning the All America Selections winner in 1975.
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  27. Vegetable Spaghetti Winter Squash - Packet

    Preheat the oven 400*, cut the Spaghetti squash in half and scoop out the seeds. Drizzle with olive oil and salt and bake on a roasting pan until tender. Use a fork to scrape out the...

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    Vegetable Spaghetti Winter Squash - Packet Cucurbita pepo
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    Preheat the oven 400*, cut the Spaghetti squash in half and scoop out the seeds. Drizzle with olive oil and salt and bake on a roasting pan until tender. Use a fork to scrape out the “spaghetti, and top with butter and grated cheese. That’s the way gardeners have been eating this tasty heirloom for over a hundred years. Why stop now? Each plant yields plenty for fresh or winter keeping.
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  28. Waltham Butternut Winter Squash - Packet

    Waltham Butternut squash is our favorite for roasting along with carrots for a carrot butternut squash soup. Recipe link below. Roasting winter squash brings out deeper flavors and m...

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    Waltham Butternut Winter Squash - Packet Cucurbita pepo
    $2.50
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    Waltham Butternut squash is our favorite for roasting along with carrots for a carrot butternut squash soup. Recipe link below. Roasting winter squash brings out deeper flavors and makes the squash easier to peel. An improved variety of the original Butternut squash introduced in 1944, expect a generous yield off a single plant.
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  29. Boston Marrow Winter Squash - Packet

    A quote from the 1928 Landreth Catalog reads “A meaty, very productive variety suitable for the factory. Fruit keeps weeks after the vines have been killed by frost.” We will add...

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    Boston Marrow Winter Squash - Packet Cucurbita pepo
    $2.50
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    A quote from the 1928 Landreth Catalog reads “A meaty, very productive variety suitable for the factory. Fruit keeps weeks after the vines have been killed by frost.” We will add that the fruits grow quite large and is a fine squash for filling pies or whipped with butter and a drizzle of maple syrup. If you seek to grow a large, storage squash, shaped like an orange penguin – this one is for you.
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  30. 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
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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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