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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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  • Alaska Pea

    Alaska Pea

    Heirloom. Earliest of all the shell peas. Light green 26''-36'' plants. 3'' round straight green pods with 5-8 smooths skinned peas. Grows well in cool soils. Heavy yields for early first peas. This variety dates back to 1880. Resists FW
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  • Alaskan Fancy

    Alaskan Fancy

    Organic. 55 Days.



    Great, early plum tomato. Vigorous, shiny red fruits with large yields. Very juicy 2oz. fruits full of flavor. Devoloped for Alaska. Good cold hariness.Determinate. 

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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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  • Austrian Winter Pea

    Austrian Winter Pea

    Builds and increases organic matter and nitrogen content of soil. Plant in mid-August to early September to allow plants to come up and harden off, or plant in early November or before ground freezes and seed will germinate in the spring to provide an early season plowdown. Plant alone or mix with winter rye at an approximate ratio of 50% rye to 50% peas. Under good conditions, it will provide 100 lbs of nitrogen per acre wihen plowed in at half flower. Planting rate: 2 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft.; total seed per acre whould be 80-100 lbs.
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  • Baby Blue Hubbard - Organic

    Baby Blue Hubbard - Organic

    95 Days. Organic



    A small version of Blue Hubbard. High yielding plants that produce 7-10 lb. baby Hubbards. Fruits have sweet, orange flesh. Excellent keeper.

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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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  • 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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  • Black Beauty - Organic

    Black Beauty - Organic

    50 Days. Organic. Heirloom.



    Blocky, glossy, black-green fruits. Early, productive with firm, creamy white flesh. Fruits are 6"-8" long and 2" in diameter.

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  • Black Hungarian Wax

    Black Hungarian Wax

    70 Days. Organic. Heirloom.



    Ornamental hungarian heirloom. Plants grow 30-36" with greed foliage, purple veins and beautiful purple flowers. 2-3" fruits resemble large jalapenos with a pointed end. Black peppers eventually turn red and are mildly hot with good flavor.

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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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  • 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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  • Bonny Best

    Bonny Best

    Organic. Heirloom. 66 Days.


    Old Favorite heirloom. large, open plants that need support. Smooth, bright-scarlet. 6-10 oz. globes. Solid and meaty, widely adapted to norhtern areas. Popular for home or market gardens. Does well growing in your greenhouse. Indroduced in 1908 at the Bonny Plant Farm. #1 in flavor. Indeterminate.

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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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  • 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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