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  • Silvery Fir Tree

    Silvery Fir Tree

    Organic. Heirloom. 59 Days.


    This bright red heirloom tomato meassures about 2-3" in diameter and has silvery foliage. Great producer and does well in baskets. Very decorative and esthetically pleasing. Determinate.

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  • White Dutch Clover

    White Dutch Clover

    Perennial. A low-growing perennial clover that forms a nice mat perfect for pathways between beds. It competes well against quckgrass and, although the plants grow over into the beds, they can easily be pulled back with a rake before mowing. As a green manure/cover crop, it fixes nitrogen and since it's perennial, can be plowed in at any time. Pre-inoculated seed. Plant in early spring: April-May.
    Planting rate: ½ lb per 1,000 sq. ft.; 8-10 lbs per acre for dry land, 10-12 lbs per acre for irrigated land.
    Price From: $9.00
  • Wando

    Wando

    64 Days



    Best pea for late sowing. Most tolerant of hot weather. Large peas in blunt 3 1/2" pods on 2 1/2' tall plants.

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  • Siletz

    Siletz

    52 Days. Organic.


    Improved, Oregon, Spring-type, bred by Dr. James baggett. Considerably larger average fruit size with an earlier peak yield. Large, healthy plant with good leaf coverage. Earliest true red slicer in our trials. Fruit size is reliable up into the 10oz range. Sets fruit in cold weather like Oregon Spring, and many of the first fruits are seedless. Highly recommended. Determinate. Resists VW.

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  • Buckwheat

    Buckwheat

    Especially valuable for its release of phosphorus, buckwheat also contributes a significant amount of organic matter. Very competitive with weeds, good for breaking up the soil. Can grow two crops in the north. Bees love it! Seed when ground is well warmed and after last spring frost; it has no frost tolerance. When June planted, in 35 days it is waist high, in bloom and ready to plow under. Good to follow with a fall crops of rye and Austrian winter pea. Good bugs love buckwheat! Just rake in some seed after harvesting an annual crop and buckwheat will keep out the weeds and look great doing it. Green Lacewing adults will feast on the nectar then deposit their "aphid lion" eggs on nearby garden crops.
    Planting rate: 1 lb. per 1,000 sq. ft.; 37-50 lbs per acre.
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  • Mammoth Melting

    Mammoth Melting

    Organic. 60 Days.


    Tall 4'-5' vines need to be trellised. Stringless 4"-5" pods. Likes cool weather, high yielding, early and uniform. Very sweet and tender.

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  • African Daisy

    African Daisy

    Dimorphotheca sinuate



    Large, colorful blossoms (about 3 1/2" diameter) with distinctive dark centers, bloom profusely summer to frost. Plants are easy to grow and bushy, producing their lovely flowers on long, strong stems throughout the summer. Useful in dry, hot areas. Ideal for beds, borders, and containers. 12-14" tall.

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  • Holland Red Shallot 1/2 lb. Promo

    Holland Red Shallot 1/2 lb. Promo

    Short and flat. A coppery red outer skin peels easily to reveal a reddish-purple flesh. Excellent flavor, great in sauces. This one can produce tenfold.
    $8.00
  • Big Max

    Big Max

    110 Days. Organic.



    A perfect "Halloween" pumpkin. Deep orange color with defined ribs and nice handles. These vary in shape and weight. They average 30-50lbs, with thick flesh. Generally round shape is great for carving.

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  • Golden Globe Turnip

    Golden Globe Turnip

    70 Days. Organic. Heirloom.



    Yellow, 3-4" globes, with sweet, tender, mild, deep golden-yellow flesh and very fine flavor. Medium top for cuttings that keep well. Nice to cook for mashing. Tastes more like a sweet rutabaga than a turnip. Excellent for home gardeners. Heirllom 1859

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  • Alfalfa

    Alfalfa

    Establishes easily and grows very quickly. In gardens or row crop rotation. It produces plenty of top growth and a complimentary amount of root growth to incorporate as green manure. Can produce up to 200 lb per acre of nitrogen and 3 tons per acre of dry matter. Sown in early May and provided with adequate water, can be cut twice for a nitrogen rich mulch or protein rich hay and later plowed in as green manure. Perfect for rejuvenating worn out soils. Plant early spring: April-May. Planting rate: 1/2 lb per 1000 sq ft; 15-20 lb. per acre.
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  • Cascadia Pea

    Cascadia Pea

    60 Days. Organic. Bred in the Northwest by Dr. Jim Baggett from Oregon State University. Vines to 36'' with fiber-less 3'', very sweet pods. Enation and powdery mildew resistant. Can be used as a snow pea. Healthy, versatile, snack.
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