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Photo on the right: This glorious photo of California wildflowers was taken in the California Temblor Range, about 100 NW of our offices. According to the photographer, Frank Kees, the predominant flowers in the photo are Phacelia, Blazing Star and Tidy Tips.

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Squash

Summer squash is a popular and prolific producer and grows on nonvining bushes. Zucchini squash in particular has many uses in salads and cooked dishes and freezes well. Grey Zucchini has a mottled grey fruit that is 4-6 inches in length.

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Squash Zucchini

Summer squash is a popular and prolific producer and grows on nonvining bushes. Zucchini squash in particular has many uses in salads and cooked dishes and freezes well.

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Squash Scallop

Summer squash is a popular and prolific producer and grows on nonvining bushes. Scallop squash is an excellent complement to other summer squashes such as zucchini and straightneck.

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Squash

Summer squash is a popular and prolific producer and grows on nonvining bushes. Straightneck squash in particular has many uses in salads and cooked dishes and freezes well. This variety is an All-America Selections Winner meaning that it has been tested by a network of independent judges who determined that their garden performance was superior.

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Snap Bean

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. Pole beans bear over a longer period of time than bush beans and yield more in the same space. Although pole beans are natural climbers, some type of support such as trellises should be used.

Snap Bean Greencrop

Snap Bean

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. This variety, “Greencrop” is an All-America Selections Winner meaning that it has been tested by a network of independent judges who determined that its garden performance was superior.

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Radish

Popular among children, radishes grow best in cooler months. They can be sown anywhere throughout the garden and are useful to seed with other root vegetables that take longer to mature. Greens are also edible.

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Radish

Easy and Fast, Many Uses, Excellent Buncher Description Popular among children, radishes grow best in cooler months. They can be sown anywhere throughout the garden and are useful to seed with other root vegetables that take longer to mature. Greens are also edible. Seed Depth: .5 in. Row Spacing: 6 in. Seed Spacing: 1 in. […]

Pumpkin

Pumpkin

Halloween Type, Good For Carving, High in Vitamin A Description Pumpkins and Squash originated in Mexico and Central America and were first used in North America by the Indians. Pumpkins, which are related to squash, need a long warm season to develop. Connecticut Field is a large size that can also be used for cooking. […]

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Pepper

Very Hot, Widely Adapted, Used for Pickling Description Peppers are among the most popular vegetables grown by home gardeners. They need a long, warm growing season and grow slowly during cool periods. Hot peppers have many uses in the kitchen such as spices and sauces. Jalapeno peppers are great for pickling. Seed Depth: .125 in. […]

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