• Tomahook

    Tomahooks

    $11.99$23.99
    Tomahooks make growing in small spaces even more tidy and productive. By using Tomahooks, you can utilize the "low and lean" method of growing. This method allows you to string up vining crops like indeterminate tomatoes, cucumbers, and squash.
  • Blue Lake Pole Bean Seeds

    $3.95
    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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    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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  • cut up gourd in kitchen Edible Groud
    Cucuzza Edible Gourd seeds produce baseball bat sized edible gourds that make great additions to soups, stir-fries, and more! Cucuzza edible gourd is also known as Cucuzzi, Gagootza, and Serpente de Sicilia. Pale green fruits are up to 36 inches long but are the most tender when harvested at 6-12 inches. These plants are hardy, have few pests, and are so fun to grow. Best when grown on a sturdy arbor or trellis.
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  • Certified Organic

    Organic Muncher Cucumber Seed

    $3.95
    This Muncher cucumber variety produces loads of small cucumbers that can be eaten fresh or pickled. A perfect snacking cucumber that is not likely to even make it to the kitchen!
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  • Cucumber, National Pickling

    $3.95
    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.