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  • SPAGHETTI SQUASH * Organic

    SPAGHETTI SQUASH * Organic

    85 days.
    Spaghetti is impressive for its true bush habit and exceptional vigor, earliness and hardiness. Produces 5-6 fruits per plant no matter what the conditions. Drought-tolerant.
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  • SWEET MEAT SQUASH *Organic

    SWEET MEAT SQUASH *Organic

    85 days

    Hubbard sized fruits with near Buttercup sweetness. Up to 20 lbs on fertile fields. Round fruits, slightly flattened, with hard blue-grey shell and fiberless, sweet, golden-yellow flesh. Keeps for many months.



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  • TABLE KING ACORN SQUASH - ORGANIC

    TABLE KING ACORN SQUASH - ORGANIC

    70 days

    Green-black fruits with thick, pale-orange flesh on compact bush plant. Smaller than Ebony or Table Queen but earlier maturing with darker skin. Productivity and quality compare well to more expensive hybrids.



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    All American Selection
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  • YELLOW ZUCCHINI SQUASH * Heirloom

    YELLOW ZUCCHINI SQUASH * Heirloom

    45 days.
    Best of the golden zucchinis. More uniform and without the off types of Gold Rush. Striking golden color, productive throughout the season. Plant is semi-spineless, too. High marketable yield for truck farmers.



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  • ZAPALLITO DE TRONCO SQUASH

    ZAPALLITO DE TRONCO SQUASH

    60 days

    Back by popular demand. Dark green, round, glossy fruits. Interiors are golden and flavorful with an appealing texture; a new taste in summer squash. Can be eaten when small (2½-4 inches) as a summer squash or left to mature to the fully ribbed state and used as a winter squash.



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    $44.00
  • BLOOMSDALE LONG-STANDING SPINACH - Organic

    BLOOMSDALE LONG-STANDING SPINACH - Organic

    39 days

    Large, spreading, deep green, curled leaves. Good yielding classic home garden variety. Dependable; fairly resistant to bolting. Can be sown in fall for spring harvest in protected locations. Stands well, even in hot weather.
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  • EVERLASTING SPINACH * Organic

    EVERLASTING SPINACH * Organic

    Really lives up to its name. Selected for non-bolting; virtually bolt proof and now a biennial. Can sow very early. Begins baby leaf production in 48 days and keeps producing through November. Likely to emerge from the snow in Spring. Fine stemmed with semi savoyed leaves. Beautifully fills in that long day spinach void.
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  • NOBEL GIANT SPINACH

    NOBEL GIANT SPINACH

    Huge but tender, smooth triangular dark green leaves with blunt tips. Vigorous plants that are slow to bolt.
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  • PINK BANANA SQUASH *

    PINK BANANA SQUASH *

    Cylindrical with tapered end. Can be a large as 24" long and 7" in diameter. Smooth deep pink skin with a thin rind. Solid yellow-orange flesh. Sweet, sommonly used for pies in 1800's.
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  • NEW ENGLAND BLUE HUBBARD SQUASH

    NEW ENGLAND BLUE HUBBARD SQUASH

    110 days

    Vigorous and quick maturing for its size. Huge 30-45 lb fruit. Thick orange flesh; fine grained and good flavored. Excellent keeper



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  • Black Beauty Eggplant-Organic

    Black Beauty Eggplant-Organic

    72 Days

    Purplish-black oval 6.5 x 5" fruits. Blunt & broad at blossom end. 1-3 lb fruit. High quality, fine flavor. Start indoors 8 wks before transplanting. Sow 2-3" apart in flats & transplant into pots after first true leaves appear. Set out 20-30" apart.
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  • Purple Long Eggplant-Organic

    Purple Long Eggplant-Organic

    'Very prolific, Italian variety. Dark purple, cucumber shaped, heavily branched, slightly bulbous. Start indoors 8 wks before transplanting. Sow 2-3" apart in flats & transplant into pots after first true leaves appear. Set out 20-30" apart.
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