Straito d’Italia Zucchini Summer Squash Seeds

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Straito d’Italia Zucchini is a very productive squash that can produce early in the season and continue into fall. Light green in color with striations, and tender to the touch, this centuries-old Italian heirloom is a pantry essential!

Organic Poblano Pepper Seeds

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Poblano Pepper plant produces heart-shaped fruits that ripen from dark green to deep red and are called Ancho when dried and Poblano when fresh. One of the most popular peppers grown in Mexico! Growers can choose from fully ripened, red fruits, which are much hotter and flavorful than green fruit picked earlier.

Sweet Banana Pepper Seeds

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An heirloom favorite, the Sweet Banana pepper is a mild pepper making its versatility in the kitchen endless. Great for pickling or eating raw on a veggie plate with some homemade dip!

Mexican Sunflower Seeds

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This beautiful orange flowering plant is a perfect addition to any garden and is easy to grown. Bunches of 2-3 inch wide orange blooms are produced on this 2-3 foot plant. A great plant for growing in full sun against walls or other structures.

Golden Delicious Cantaloupe Seeds

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Golden Delicious cantaloupe produces early in the season with small fruits reaching 2-3 pounds. Their deep orange flesh is sweet and fragrant. This particular variety is resistant to fusarium wilt.

True Gold Corn Seeds

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True Gold, an annual corn variety, produces sweet golden ears of corn about 8″ long. Wonderfully colored kernels have fantastic flavor. This corn grows well in cooler areas such as coastal regions.

Russian Mammoth Sunflower Seeds

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Russian Mammoth sunflowers are a favorite in the garden! Russian Mammoth sunflowers mature in 80 days with 12′ stalks and giant heads. Thin-shelled, striped seeds are plump, meaty, and very plentiful. Easy to grow and attracts butterflies!