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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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  • 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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  • California Wonder 300

    California Wonder 300

    68 Days. Organic.



    We were impressed with the earliness, productivity, and quality of this popular variety. Fruits have 3-4 lobes and are smooth-skinned and thick-walled with excellent flavor. Plants are vigorous, upright, and prolific.


    Resists TMV.

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  • Rocket

    Rocket

    Organic. Heirloom. 50 Days.



    Very prolific and hardy red variety with slightly acid 2 1/2 inch, 3-4oz fruits. Bush plant that may need some support to hold up huge yields. Many consider the flavor superior to other early varieties. Determinate. 

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  • Crimson Clover

    Crimson Clover

    Planted spring, summer or fall, this quick growing clover is the most versatile variety for a green manure to enrich soil. Needs good moisture. Flowers are used for tea. Excellent forage and cover crop. 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.
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  • Black Seeded Simpson

    Black Seeded Simpson

    42 Days. Organic. Heirloom. A popular, adaptable green leaf lettuce that's quick to mature and withstands some frost. Crinkled crisp leaves blanch almost white at plant's center. Likes cool temperatures. Can plant in late Fall for a early Spring harvest!
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  • Early Summer Yellow Crookneck

    Early Summer Yellow Crookneck

    42 Days. Organic. Heirloom.



    Semi-open plant produces smooth yellow fruit that mature orange and warted. The best summer squash for butter, rich flavor and tender, but firm texture. Pick when 5"-6" long. Produces all season long.

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  • Sage

    Sage

    Organic.



    Culinary, large leaved variety with gray-green leaves. Use in sauces, dressings or teas. Pretty, small lavender-colored flowers.

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  • Green Arrow

    Green Arrow

    62 Days. Organic.



    Standard, long-podded, shelling pea. Northern gardeners love this variety for its yield, flavor and prolific two pod per node habit. Extra large pods, 4"- 4 1/2" long containing 8-11 peas. Vines are 24" - 28" long. Easy picker!


    Resistes DM, FW, RR, & LCV

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  • Big Rainbow

    Big Rainbow

    Organic. 85 Days.



    Large and lumpy tomato. This sweet tasting tomato has different shades of red and gold. With its vine being resistant to foliar diseases it is a great choice for humid or rainy climates. Indeterminate.

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  • Winter/Fall Rye

    Winter/Fall Rye

    Organic.


    (biennial if allowed to go to seed) Very hardy, valued for its ability to break up hardpan soils with a profusion of roots and root hairs. It suppresses weeds, especially quck grass, both by aggressive growth and by exuding a natural herbicide. Adaptable to a wide range of soil and climate conditions. Can be planted from early spring until the ground freezes as a winter cover crop. Plant in the fall with winter peas for nitrogen, organic matter arnd weed suppression. NOTE: If not mowed, rye will grow into three foot tall cereal grain crop. Planting rate: 3 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft.; 100-140 lbs per acre.

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  • Bottle/ Birdhouse Gourd

    Bottle/ Birdhouse Gourd

    Cultivated since before recorded history as drinking vessels. Produces attractive green/ tan gourds 12-14'' high and 5'' wide. great for making rattles, bowls, and birdhouses. This long season species survives in our climate due to the long day length in summer. Best started indoors to make use of micro-climates and techniques to maximize warmth. Harvest when gourds whiten and cure in a warm, dry place with space between each gourd until hard.
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  • Dark Green Zucchini - Organic

    Dark Green Zucchini - Organic

    45 Days. Organic. Heirloom.



    Produces small uniform fruit of high quality usually found only in hydrids. Dark green with light flecks, good producation, and an authentic zucchini flavor. Very high yields.

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  • Genovese Basil

    Genovese Basil

    Organic.



    Large, dark-green Italian basil with sweet leaves. Plant is tall & slow to bolt. Most often used for pesto. Sweet fragrance with a spicy taste.

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