• This heirloom variety of romaine lettuce has strong attributes suitable for both commercial growing and backyard gardening.  Enjoy perfectly shaped romaine leaves and crisp, juicy flavor!
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    Great Lakes lettuce seed produces crisp, sweet, and crunchy iceberg lettuce heads that are NOTHING like those from the store. Honestly, most people say iceberg has no flavor, but not when they are eating this variety. It's our favorite iceberg lettuce, grows well into the warmer months of the spring and can be planted early in the warm months of the fall.  
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    Everyone knows the cayenne pepper! This seed pack has a blend of cayenne peppers. These plants are prolific with fruits 3"-6" long. They range in heat from 30,000 to 50,000 on the Scoville scale. If you like making hot sauce, you need this plant!
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    Organic Mizuna Mustard Green Seeds

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    Classic mustard with a flavor similar to arugula. May be utilized as a cut and come again crop.
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    Organic Green Zebra Tomato Seeds

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    This annual medium-sized, specialty tomato is an indeterminate variety. Fruits of about 1-2” are grown in clusters, each ripening at different periods. This makes for a long season of harvesting. These tasty tomatoes are perfect for snacking, salads, or for making salsa verde. Fruit begins to turn an orange/yellow color when ripe, making this a fun tomato for kids to observe from start to finish.  
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    Organic Purple Opal Basil Seeds

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    Purple Opal Basil stuns with gorgeous purple leaves that add color to every dish. A great addition to your pollinator garden once it flowers!
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    This AAS Winner has so many great qualities for the home gardener and professional grower. The compact, bush growing habit of Table King Bush acorn squash makes it a great space saver! Acorn squash is a must-have on our table both for decoration in the fall and for late fall and winter recipes.
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  • This variety of butternut squash is by far the most popular. Known for making butternut squash soup, it has attractive, uniform, bell-like shaped features.
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  • Shishito Pepper seeds produce ribbed peppers that area prized for their amazing flavor and versatile uses in the kitchen. This Japanese pepper has made its way on the menus of restaurants across the United States because of it's citrus-like pepper flavor. Shishito peppers are a great pepper for pan-frying!
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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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  • Morning Glory plants can fill in fences and lattices in no time with massive amounts of blooms. The beautiful blooms are purple, blue, and combinations of both. Hummingbirds and pollinators love the large blooms and can be seen frequenting them.
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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.
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  • A classic, easy to grow wildflower! Bachelor Button seeds produce beautiful periwinkle blooms that make for great cut flowers and pollinator plants. They keep their color very well when dried too. Also known as cornflower, this dependable annual is native to Europe, though it has made its home across North America and grows great in Southern California and the American southwest. Drought tolerant, Blue Bachelor Buttons prefer to bloom during the cooler temps of spring. The flower may have gotten its name from early use when bachelors would wear them in the buttonholes of their suit coats while courting.  
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  • Torpedo Onion seeds grow beautiful onions about the size of a large shallot. Torpedo Onions are intermediate day length onions that originated in the Mediterranean climate of Italy. They perform wonderfully in southern states!
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  • Cocozelle summer squash produces a finely textured summer squash that is dark green with light green stripes. Cocozelle summer squash produces good yields on a bush type plant, great for small space growing! Similar to a zucchini.
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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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    Organic Genovese Basil Seed

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    Our Genovese Basil has a flavor similar to that of Italian or Genovese basil but with a stunning dark purple color. Basil should be grown with proper spacing for the most robust plant. Pinch off flowers to keep the plant in a vegetative state and get the most foliage you can! Once it has gone to flower, let the beneficial insects enjoy it.

       
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  • This beautiful low-growing plant has tiny white flowers with a sweet scent. Great as a border plant, this adorable plant will happily re-seed and spread throughout the garden.
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  • Gold Coin seeds grow beautiful flat cipollini onions. Gold Coin onions are intermediate day length onions that perform wonderfully in southern states!
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    Organic Burgundy Amaranth Seeds

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    A breathtaking plant, Burgundy Amaranth makes a striking addition to your garden. Tall plants growing as high as 6 feet produce large stalks of deep burgundy plumes.  
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  • Ever wanted to grow your own luffa sponges? Mature gourd-like luffa fruits can be dried, peeled, and the inner core used as a sponge. This plant grows similarly to a cucumber in that it requires a trellis to grow up for the best support.
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  • Scarlet Runner Beans are pole beans grown for their ornamental display of beautiful blooms. Ornamental and easy to grow.  
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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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  • blooming artichoke artichoke in the garden
    These tasty flower heads are great eaten fresh. If left to fully flower in the garden, you will get stunning blazing purple blooms.
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  • sungold sunflower in garden
    Dwarf Sungold Sunflower seeds produce adorable short sunflowers with the softest unique flowers. Unlike normal sunflowers, these fully petaled heads are so fun and unique! Great for children's gardens and as border plants.
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