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  1. 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
    $2.50
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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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  2. 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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  3. 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
    Per 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 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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  4. 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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  5. 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
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    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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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. Tonda di Parigi carrots get their name from the Italian words for "Round of Paris."
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  9. Silver Queen Corn - Packet

    For over two decades, Silver Queen reigns supreme. It is the sweet corn from your childhood: think crab festivals, family cook-outs and side of the road farm stands. Steeped in histo...

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    Silver Queen Corn - Packet Zea mays
    $2.50
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    For over two decades, Silver Queen reigns supreme. It is the sweet corn from your childhood: think crab festivals, family cook-outs and side of the road farm stands. Steeped in history, Silver Queen is a legacy with glorious 9-inch long ears perfectly calibrated with pearly white kernels. Late season, plant early and be patient.
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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. 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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  13. 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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  14. Giant Musselburgh Leek - Packet

    Very hardy and very large, we recommend Giant Musselburg Leek for distinctive flavor, as well as superb overwintering qualities. Simmer a pot of Potato Leek Soup, or chill for Vichys...

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    Giant Musselburgh Leek - Packet Allium ampeloprasum
    $2.50
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    Very hardy and very large, we recommend Giant Musselburg Leek for distinctive flavor, as well as superb overwintering qualities. Simmer a pot of Potato Leek Soup, or chill for Vichyssoise. Sow seeds indoors early, to transplant to the garden when pencil thin. Plant in long straight rows, or decoratively around the edges.
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  15. Caraway - Packet

    Ever think about growing your own Caraway? You can do this. Bake a loaf of Rye and serve it to friends, sprinkle with your own homegrown Caraway seeds and announce, “I grew this!...

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    Caraway - Packet Carum carvi
    $2.50
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    Ever think about growing your own Caraway? You can do this. Bake a loaf of Rye and serve it to friends, sprinkle with your own homegrown Caraway seeds and announce, “I grew this!” Caraway is a delicate plant with tiny white umbels that ultimately turn into seeds. Along the way, you’ll find that the pollinators enjoy it, too. Give it a try and find the confidence to brag about your green thumb.
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  16. Fennel - Packet

    Sauté garlic and onions, then turn the heat down low to dash to the garden to pick your fresh fennel. Both the ferny leaf and the bulb of fennel are primo when cooking like an Itali...

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    Fennel - Packet Foeniculum vulgare
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    Sauté garlic and onions, then turn the heat down low to dash to the garden to pick your fresh fennel. Both the ferny leaf and the bulb of fennel are primo when cooking like an Italian. The light licorice flavor complements other summer vegetables, too, roasted or sliced raw into salad.
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