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Spinach Bloomsdale

Spinach

Fast Growing, Slow Bolting, High Nutrition Description This popular, cool season vegetable is a rich source of vitamins and minerals. The key to growing spinach is growing and harvesting before hot weather arrives which causes bolting (going to seed). Seed Depth: .5 in. Row Spacing: 18 in. Seed Spacing: 1 in. Plant Spacing: 8 in. […]

Snap Beans Roma II

Snap Beans

Bush Type, Excellent Flavor, Heavy Yields Description Beans are among the most popular vegetable produced by home gardeners. Snap beans, also known as garden, green or string beans are grown for their pods. Bush snap beans are popular because they mature earlier and do not require trellising. They grow 1-2 feet high and are planted […]

Pea Oregon Sugar Pod II

Pea

Snowpea Type, Edible Pod, Heavy Yielding Description These are popular edible pod peas that produce tender, flavorful pods. They are also called snowpeas because growers in China found that they were not bothered by light snow. Fresh peas lose their sweetness soon after harvest which is why they are more popular with home gardeners than […]

Radishgiant

Radish Giant

An excellent quality Japanese radish with long, tapered pure-white roots. Use for stir-fry, soups, pickling and dried vegetable.

Pea Sugar Mammoth Melting

Pea Sugar

These are popular edible pod peas that produce tender, flavorful pods. They are also called snowpeas because growers in China found that they were not bothered by light snow. Fresh peas lose their sweetness soon after harvest which is why they are more popular with home gardeners than supermarket shoppers.

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Onion Bunching

Bunching onions, green onions, scallions and green tails are all different names for the same type of onion. Tokyo Long White is non-bulbing type with single stems. It is very tender and tasty and does well in warm weather. Use fresh or cooked.

Cabbage Chinese Michihli

Cabbage Chinese

Large cylinders of densely packed, crisp leaves are characteristics of the Napa type of Chinese cabbage. The Michihli variety is the most popular Chinese cabbage grown. It is a cool season annual vegetable that grows best with short days and moderate to cool temperatures. It is popular in salads, stir fry and soups.

Bok Choy White Stem Pechay

Bok Choy

Bok Choy is a nonheading form of Chinese cabbage and is a popular leafy vegetable. It is a cool season annual vegetable that grows best with short days and moderate to cool temperatures. It is popular in salads, stir fry and soups.

Watermelon Cal Sweet

Watermelon

Watermelons are easy to grow and have four requirements for full development and flavor: lots of space, full sun, plenty of water and warm temperatures. With proper care this variety will develop into a beautiful, full flavored fruit. Cal Sweet is a roundish, sweet melon with redder, finer textured flesh.

Tomato Ace 55 VF

Tomato

Nothing tastes better than vine ripened tomatoes. Ace 55 is a standard sized, determinate tomato variety (3 to 5 feet) with medium to large attractive fruit that ripens well in western climates. It also exhibits improved disease tolerance to verticillum and fusarium wilt.

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