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  1. Crosby Egyptian Beet - Packet

    It’s not all escargot and lobster crepes, yet Crosby Egyptian is a reasonable option when it comes to eating well. The semi heart-shaped beet, Crosby’s Egyptian is pure red, the ...

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    Crosby Egyptian Beet - Packet Beta vulgaris
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    It’s not all escargot and lobster crepes, yet Crosby Egyptian is a reasonable option when it comes to eating well. The semi heart-shaped beet, Crosby’s Egyptian is pure red, the color of raw beef when sliced. The smooth appearance makes it is easy to clean, grown continuously since 1869.
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  2. Danish Ballhead Cabbage - Packet

    Get out the giant skillet and sauté Danish Ballhead cabbage along with red onions and apples and a shake of fennel seeds. Cabbage is versatile and makes friends easily. Remember to...

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    Danish Ballhead Cabbage - Packet Brassica oleracea capitata
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    Get out the giant skillet and sauté Danish Ballhead cabbage along with red onions and apples and a shake of fennel seeds. Cabbage is versatile and makes friends easily. Remember to post a photo on Instagram, because all cabbage, especially Danish Ballhead is truly a work of art. Magnificent and dependable.
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  3. Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage - Packet

    Gardening is more fun with friends, so why not invite a few over to help you sow seeds for these American-bred Early Jersey Wakefield cabbage? You’ll certainly need help harvesting...

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    Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage - Packet Brassica oleracea capitata
    $2.50
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    Gardening is more fun with friends, so why not invite a few over to help you sow seeds for these American-bred Early Jersey Wakefield cabbage? You’ll certainly need help harvesting this compact, crunchy cabbage. Get out your shredder and make kraut, or kimchi, this versatile cabbage deserves to be in every garden. Circa 1880, when cabbage was cool.
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  4. 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
    Per 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 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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  5. Late Flat Dutch Drumhead Cabbage - Packet

    Don’t plant the Large Flat Dutch Drumhead unless you’re fixing to win a blue ribbon at the state fair. You’ll certainly get points for the unique flat oblong shape of the head,...

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    Late Flat Dutch Drumhead Cabbage - Packet
    $2.50
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    Don’t plant the Large Flat Dutch Drumhead unless you’re fixing to win a blue ribbon at the state fair. You’ll certainly get points for the unique flat oblong shape of the head, and the thick, bluish leaves. Introduced in 1863, and still growing strong in heirloom circles, loved and appreciated for fresh eating and storage.
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  6. 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
    Per 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 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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  7. Chantenay Carrot

    If you believe the reviews from 1830, when the French seeds catalogs touted this carrot as the gold standard for carrot flavor, then read no further. Harvest small to fully appreciat...

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    Chantenay Long Carrot - Packet Daucus carota
    $2.50
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    If you believe the reviews from 1830, when the French seeds catalogs touted this carrot as the gold standard for carrot flavor, then read no further. Harvest small to fully appreciate the delicately tapered roots. Deep orange with contrasting red core, harvest when six inches in length and roast whole.
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  8. Nantes Scarlet Half-Long Carrot - Packet

    Say goodbye to peeling carrots, when you grow this tender French heirloom, Nantes Scarlet Half-Long carrot and is unnecessary when you are growing root crops in organic soil. Sow see...

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    Nantes Scarlet Half-Long Carrot - Packet Daucus carota
    $2.50
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    Say goodbye to peeling carrots, when you grow this tender French heirloom, Nantes Scarlet Half-Long carrot and is unnecessary when you are growing root crops in organic soil. Sow seeds direct in early spring and keep a succession of carrot seeds planted for a continuous supply of tender roots. Circa 1860 and still going strong.
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  9. Tonda di Parigi Carrot - Packet

    Take one-bite of the Tonda di Parigi carrot, and you’ll polish off a whole carrot. This delectable small round carrot has been in our seed collection since 1891. Developed to gro...

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    Tonda di Parigi Carrot - Packet Daucus carota
    $2.50
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    Take one-bite of the Tonda di Parigi carrot, and you’ll polish off a whole carrot. This delectable small round carrot has been in our seed collection since 1891. Developed to grow in soil that is more clay than loam, it is also a favorite for the kid’s garden since it matures before the longer tapered roots.
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  10. Early Snowball Cauliflower - Packet

    Looking for a gorgeous centerpiece vegetable to grow? Early Snowball Cauliflower fits the bill. Uniform, creamy white curds (the individual florets) give this heirloom vegetable an e...

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    Early Snowball Cauliflower - Packet Brassica oleracea
    $2.50
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    Looking for a gorgeous centerpiece vegetable to grow? Early Snowball Cauliflower fits the bill. Uniform, creamy white curds (the individual florets) give this heirloom vegetable an edge over the others. Leaves naturally fold over the top to protect the head and keep it blanched. Serve whole, steamed and dusted with Parmesan cheese then baked in the oven.
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  11. 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
    Per 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 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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  12. Pencil Pod Black Wax Bush Bean - Packet

    Not to be outdone, these irresistible yellow wax beans contain dark black seeds, creating a stunner in the garden. Serve on a bed of orange nasturtiums, painted with a drizzle of he...

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    Pencil Pod Black Wax Bush Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris
    $2.50
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    Not to be outdone, these irresistible yellow wax beans contain dark black seeds, creating a stunner in the garden. Serve on a bed of orange nasturtiums, painted with a drizzle of herby vinaigrette, and give them the attention they deserve. Attention gardeners! Sow a row and tell us what you think.
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  13. Golden Wax Bush Bean - Packet

    Golden Yellow Wax bush beans have been a steady sidekick to green beans at Landreth’s since 1871. Naturally sweet and succulent, pretty in a bowl, yet we also love the way they mak...

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    Golden Wax Bush Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris
    $2.50
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    Golden Yellow Wax bush beans have been a steady sidekick to green beans at Landreth’s since 1871. Naturally sweet and succulent, pretty in a bowl, yet we also love the way they make a delectable pickle with a bunch of fresh dill. Combine with Bountiful Green Bush for a colorful mix.
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  14. Detroit Dark Red Beet - Packet

    Please, no white tablecloth when serving Detroit Red, a favorite when considering what to grow for baby beets. Fast growing with strong deep coloring, harvest small in just six weeks...

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    Detroit Dark Red Beet - Packet Beta vulgaris
    $2.50
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    Please, no white tablecloth when serving Detroit Red, a favorite when considering what to grow for baby beets. Fast growing with strong deep coloring, harvest small in just six weeks from sowing, or let them grow to a mature size. Harvest, cook ‘til tender, stir with melted butter and a dash of horseradish. Bring the bowl to the table for self-serving seconds.
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  15. Calabrese Green Sprouting Broccoli - Packet

    Back when this vintage vegetable graced everyone’s table, Calabrese Green Sprouting broccoli is the real thing, when talking Italian broccoli. The whole plant is edible, from the l...

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    Calabrese Green Sprouting Broccoli - Packet Brassica oleracea italica
    $2.50
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    Back when this vintage vegetable graced everyone’s table, Calabrese Green Sprouting broccoli is the real thing, when talking Italian broccoli. The whole plant is edible, from the long thin stems to the dainty florets on top. Equally tender in a stir-fry or side dish, a way more time-saving crop to grow than the familiar large headed variety.
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  16. 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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  17. 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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  18. Long Island Improved Brussels Sprout - Packet

    How to host Thanksgiving in style? Plan ahead and grow your own Long Island Improved Brussels sprouts. Everything tastes better when it is home grown, and your guests will be impress...

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    Long Island Improved Brussels Sprout - Packet Brassica oleracea gemmifera
    $2.50
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    How to host Thanksgiving in style? Plan ahead and grow your own Long Island Improved Brussels sprouts. Everything tastes better when it is home grown, and your guests will be impressed by the size and the yield from each plant. Bring the whole stalk into the kitchen and let everyone help with the harvest.
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  19. 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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  20. Royalty Purple Pod Bush Bean - Packet

    Gather Royalty Purple Pod bush with a basket (and bare feet) or encourage fresh grazing in the garden. Easy to spot the deep purple beans in the green foliage. One of the healthiest ...

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    Royalty Purple Pod Bush Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    Gather Royalty Purple Pod bush with a basket (and bare feet) or encourage fresh grazing in the garden. Easy to spot the deep purple beans in the green foliage. One of the healthiest beans you can grow, deep purple color indicates anthocyanin, that super charge these beans with an extra boost of nutrition.
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  21. Tendergreen Bush Bean - Packet

    If you didn’t enjoy fresh green beans as a kid, now is your time to try them again. Two rows of Landreth’s Tendergreen bush beans will yield enough for fresh eating and their con...

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    Tendergreen Bush Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris
    $2.50
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    If you didn’t enjoy fresh green beans as a kid, now is your time to try them again. Two rows of Landreth’s Tendergreen bush beans will yield enough for fresh eating and their consistent size makes dilly beans a snap. Tendergreen meets you at the table with flavor, because no one should grow up not eating their beans.
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  22. Landreth Stringless Bush Bean - Packet

    You really can have dinner in a flash when you grow Landreth’s Stringless Bush Beans in the garden. The "stringless" part gives you exactly what you'd expect, a smooth pod that doe...

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    Landreth Stringless Bush Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris
    $2.50
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    You really can have dinner in a flash when you grow Landreth’s Stringless Bush Beans in the garden. The "stringless" part gives you exactly what you'd expect, a smooth pod that does not require feeding it through a bean Frencher to split. Highly productive, no gardener or cook should be without this high-class bean. Circa 1885.
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  23. Bountiful Bush Bean - Packet

    Productive, absolutely stringless and always tender, what more could you ask from a green bean? Steam ‘til tender, top with a knob of sweet butter, and you’ve got dinner on the t...

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    Bountiful Bush Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris
    $2.50
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    Productive, absolutely stringless and always tender, what more could you ask from a green bean? Steam ‘til tender, top with a knob of sweet butter, and you’ve got dinner on the table. Bountiful Bush Beans are early, reliable, delicious that has been a staple of kitchen gardens since 1898.
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  24. Taylor Dwarf Horticultural Dry Bush Bean - Packet

    Ready, Set, Grow. Taylor Dwarf Horticultural Bush beans alternatively called Wren’s Egg, are speckled with carmine red splotches giving this ornamental seed super magical powers. T...

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    Taylor Dwarf Horticultural Dry Bush Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris
    $2.50
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    Ready, Set, Grow. Taylor Dwarf Horticultural Bush beans alternatively called Wren’s Egg, are speckled with carmine red splotches giving this ornamental seed super magical powers. They taste good, too, sweet right out of their pods, or dried for winter soups and stews. A Landreth’s favorite since 1895.
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  25. Red Kidney Dry Bush Bean - Packet

    Red Kidney bean is best eaten simmered with peppers and onions in chili or wrapped inside a burrito seasoned with cilantro. The tender, meaty taste will win you over, and make you w...

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    Red Kidney Dry Bush Bean - Packet Phaseolus vulgaris
    $2.50
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    Red Kidney bean is best eaten simmered with peppers and onions in chili or wrapped inside a burrito seasoned with cilantro. The tender, meaty taste will win you over, and make you wonder why it took so long to grow your own. Our seed is a Landreth’s original from 1845. Trust us, we know a thing or two about beans.
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  26. Henderson's Bush Lima Bean - Packet

    A prized petite butter bean we’ve treasured since 1888, along with our popular Sewee Lima. Both are dependable and productive and will make your family happy when they sit down to ...

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    Henderson's Bush Lima Bean - Packet Phaseolus lunatus
    $2.50
    Per Packet
    A prized petite butter bean we’ve treasured since 1888, along with our popular Sewee Lima. Both are dependable and productive and will make your family happy when they sit down to eat. Henderson’s Bush Lima is more compact, ideal for the smaller kitchen garden. It rivals none. Grow Sewee and Henderson’s side by side and tell us what you think!
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  27. 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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  28. 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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  29. 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
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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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  30. Summer Savory - Packet

    Summer Savory is the secret ingredient for this summer herb blend known as Herbs de Provence, a classic French blend of six or more herbs. Finely chop into sweet butter to season sum...

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    Summer Savory - Packet Satureja hortensis
    $2.50
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    Summer Savory is the secret ingredient for this summer herb blend known as Herbs de Provence, a classic French blend of six or more herbs. Finely chop into sweet butter to season summer squash or add a knob to steamed green beans. Seeds produce a frothy green hedge that doubles as a natural deer repellent. Left to flower, the bees and pollinators will thank you.
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