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80 days. Burgundy colored fruit with green shoulders, delicious, sweet flavor.
Summer type. 21 growing, round globe shaped roots days.
Winter type. 52 days.
Both leaves and the stalks of the flowers are used as a flavoring
Similar to garlic chives but with an onion flavor.
105 days. Also called Rouge Vif D’etampes.
55 days. Most popular okra.
48 days. Popular and widely adaptive.
Coriander leaves All parts of the plant are edible
Just push cob across for either whole kernel or cream style.
CRENSHAW 110 days.
85 days. Most popular melon grown.
60 days. The beet with more slices per root! Long type root produces up to 4 times more slices per root.
75 days. Great flavor and yield 2″ diameter roots are up to 9″ long
100 days. This is a very uniform squash, producing elongated 7-9″
105 days. A more uniform butternut than Waltham with higher yields.
58 days. The most popular beet sold.
Successful cultivation requires warm to hot summers with high sunshine levels
50 days. Plants are very prolific.
EARLY PURPLE VIENNA60 days.
EARLY WHITE VIENNA 56 days.
55 days. Smooth, flattened globe shaped with a small tap root.
25-30 days. A 3 way blend of Champion, White Globe, and Pink Celebration.
Thyme is widely cultivated for its strong flavour, which is due to its content of thymol.
A bulbless variety used only for bunching or for fresh spring onions.