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Royal Burgundy Bush Bean

Royal burgundy turns from purple into a bright green after 2 minutes in boiling water. Does very well in cool soil and can be started earlier than other bean varieties. Very productive plants. Stringless.

$2.50

Provider Bush Bean

Earliest on the market; germinates in cool soils. Medium green 6 in round pots. Resistant to several diseases. Eat freash or freeze.

$2.50

Jade II Bush Bean

Higher yields, better disease resistance and extended harvest period. 6 1/2 inch, dark green, straight pods. Stringless. Exceptionally sweet flavor and tender texture.

$2.50

Carson Bush Bean

Vigorous and productive plants with slim, 5.5" pods. Uniform yellow color with white seeds and good resistance for several diseases.

$2.25

Merlin Beets

Smooth, uniform, globe-shaped roots with high sugar content. Tops are somewhat smaller than Red Ace and can be used for bunching. High stress resistance.

$2.75

Red Ace Beets

Round, smooth, deep red roots grow rapidly and uniformly. Sweet and tender, even when older. Medium-tall, red-veined greens for bunching.

$2.75

Guardsmark Chioggia

The smooth, medium-height tops are all green with unique pink- white striped stems. Excellent flavor.

$3.00

Touchstone Gold Beets

Smooth golden roots with bright yellow flesh retain their color when cooked. Excellent, sweet mild flavor. Leaves and petioles are green. Very good germination for a golden beet.

$3.00

Northern Pickling Cucumber

High-yielding, early variety for salads and pickling. Medium green fruits bear early, and set heavily on short, space-saving vines. Fertilize well and pick frequently at a small size to maintain good color and fruit shape.

$3.00

Encore Mix Lettuce

A stunning mix of different colors, shapes and textures. Includes Green Oakleaf, Red Oakleaf, Green Romaine, Red Romaine, Lollo Rossa, Red Leaf, and Bibb lettuces.

$3.00

Parade Bunching Onion

Bright, long white shanks with no bulbing, and dark green, erect scallions. Very uniform, upright growth makes for easy harvest and cleaning.

$2.50

Corvair Spinach

Very dark-green, uniform, oval leaves. Slow bolting. Upright plants hold well. Very Productive, fast growth and a high level of resistance to downy mildew.

$2.50

Buttercup Squash

Heavy turban-shaped, meaty fruits with yellow flesh. Dark green with gray flecks and silvery white stripes. One of the tastiest Winter squashes.

$3.00

Delicata Squash

Unique sweet potato-like tasting, cream-colored fruits with dark green longitudinal stripes and flecks. Very sweet, excellent for stuffing and baking.

$2.75

Black Cherry Tomato

Early ripening, high yielding, 1" round purple-black fruits. Perfect for containers. Harvest throughout summer. Indeterminate.

$3.00