These varieties do great in containers and small garden spaces.

  • arugula
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    This hardy annual thrives in cool weather. For Southern California growers, arugula may be planted year-round in moderate areas. It will be one of the first greens of spring if left in the garden to reseed.
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  • Basil, Sweet

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    Sweet Basil has a tender sweet flavor great for mildly flavoring dishes.
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  • Cucumber, National Pickling

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    This cucumber is grown for pickle lovers with high yield and early fruits. Dark green fruit can be picked from small to the largest at 5”-6” inches. Resistant to scab and cucumber mosaic virus.
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    Organic Genovese Basil Seed

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    Extremely fragrant and tender, this Italian variety is sure to please.

       
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  • Used in salad dressings, poultry, soups, and more. The flavor of Flat Leaf Parsley is much more pronounced than that of the more familiar curled type.
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  • Contender Bush is a tender stringless bean that is highly productive and tastes best fresh from the garden. An early variety, Contender Bush beans grow on medium-sized plants with 6"-8" pods. This variety is tolerant of hot weather, mildew, and mosaic bean virus.
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    Rainbow Chard is a favorite of children and adults! Packed full of vitamins and nutrients, multi-colored Rainbow Chard plants are as beautiful as they are nutritious. Grown on our farm for years, these productive and hearty plants show disease resistance and can perennialize in cooler coastal areas.
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    Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean has long, round, stringless pods with a tender texture. These tasty heirloom beans can be used fresh, shelled, and dried.
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  • Radish, Watermelon

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    Watermelon Radish is an heirloom variety radish. It produces a wonderful pink starburst center that adds a pop of color to any dish with a mild peppery flavor that is superb. It's our most popular radish variety!
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  • This flavorful red bulbing onion is an important staple to any kitchen. The Red Burgundy variety is a short day onion that does well in the southern areas of the United States. This particular variety produces small to medium bulbs that keep well and can be left in the ground until needed.
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    This heirloom carrot is a steady producer that keeps giving and giving every season.
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  • Eggplant, Long Purple

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    Long Purple Eggplant is richer and milder than most, pleasing the pickiest of eggplant lovers! This Italian heirloom is long and slender in shape. Fewer seeds and thin skin make this eggplant variety ideal for cooking.
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    Long Island Mammoth dill seeds produce large frilly dill plants with a strong and tasty dill flavor that will make any dish or pickle recipe an instant favorite!
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  • Bean, Blue Lake Pole

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    This heirloom pole variety is a reliable producer of classic and tasty beans. Pods are long, round, and stringless with a tender texture. Can be used fresh, shelled, and dried. Fresh pole beans also freeze well.
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    This productive, disease-resistant, and compact patty pan squash is sure to provide your family with more squash than you will know what to do with!
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    This leafy green is nutritious and essential to every garden. Lacinato is the most popular variety of kale.
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    Cantaloupe, Hales Best ORGANIC

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    A classic favorite dating back to the 1920s, this ribbed melon has a heavily netted skin. We found this variety to be a bit more drought tolerant than most. Loves HOT weather.
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  • Royal Burgundy bean is an heirloom bush variety. A reliable producer with stunning deep purple beans, it has long, round, stringless pods with a tender texture. Royal Burgundy beans can be used fresh, shelled, and dried. The flowers are just as gorgeous!
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  • This heirloom bean variety is a pole bean that is grown just as much for its gorgeous red flowers as for its beans. Grow it up a fence or arbor and you will be amazed at the beauty it creates! A must-have in every garden.
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    Sugar Baby watermelon produces small, bright red-fleshed watermelons that are wonderfully sweet. A great variety for small space gardeners!
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  • Calendula, Pacific Beauty Seeds

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    Every garden needs Calendula. Its golden-yellow flowers are both medicinal and beautiful! Bees and butterflies love it too!
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  • This is our favorite pepper! Known as the Russian roulette of peppers, some peppers are spicy while others are very mild. We love to sauté them in olive oil until just soft and sprinkle with coarse sea salt. Makes a great appetizer! Also delicious pickled, stuffed, or added to any salsa.
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    Melon, Honey Dew ORGANIC

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    Delicious and lightly sweet, this honeydew makes a beautiful addition to your fruit salad. A great keeper that gets incredibly sweet while resting in your fridge or on your countertop.
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  • This heirloom bean variety was debuted in 1885 and has stuck around for good reason. A prolific and meaty variety of bush bean.
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    Tatsoi, Black Knight ORGANIC

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    A dark green tatsoi that is finely flavored. Black Knight is spoon-shaped, thick, and compact. Like all tatsoi, it has a high vitamin content. This fuss-free plant produces copious amounts of spoon-shaped greens that are essential to many Asian recipes.
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