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  • Blushed Butter Cos

    Blushed Butter Cos

    Organic. 52 Days. Very popular pink-blushed blend of butterhead and cos qualities. Leaves are dense, buttery and savoyed. easy to remove from head without tearing or bruising. Highly rated for flavor.
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  • Early Butternut - Organic

    Early Butternut - Organic

    80 Days. Organic. Heirloom.



    Only northern friendly butternut. 10-12" buff fruits are uniform and the semi-bush plants are quite productive. Good, sweet butternut squash flavor.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Cocozelle - Organic

    Cocozelle - Organic

    42 Days. Organic. Heirloom.



    Popular Italian variety with striped fruits. Quick maturing and flavorful. 10-12" long fruit with very firm greenish-white felsh.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Hairy Vetch

    Hairy Vetch

    Valuable soil-improvement crop. Vigorous legume produces huge amounts of nitrogen-rich biomass for turning under. Can be planted in the spring through late summer. Late summer (late August early September) planted vetch will winter over, growing vigorously the following spring. Can be mixed with oats or rye for maximum weed competition. Hardy; will also sprout in the spring if planted before the ground freezes in November (like winter rye). Demands fairly fertile soil and adequate rainfall as is shallow-rooted. Livestock caution: Seeds are poisonous. Planting rate: 1 lb per 1,000 sq ft; 40 lbs per acre.
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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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