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Celery, Utah Tall (Apium graveolens), packet of 100 seeds, organic
Celery, Utah Tall (Apium graveolens), packet of 100 seeds, organic

Biennial normally grown as an annual for the tender stalks.  90 to 100 days to full-sized edibility, with seeds in the summer of the second year.  This open-pollinated variety "Utah" yields vigorous, stocky plants with thick, solid, tender yet crisp stalks. 

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Chickpea, White Kabuli (Cicer arietinum), packet of 50 seeds, organic
Chickpea, White Kabuli (Cicer arietinum), packet of 50 seeds, organic

(Garbanzo Bean, Bengal Gram, Egyptian Pea) Annual, pod-bearing leguminous foodstuff and N-fixing covercrop.  100 days to maturity.  One of the best sources of dietary fiber, they help lower LDL cholesterol, and also regulate the blood sugar.  Easily grown in the home garden and oh so tasty!

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Chicory, Palla Rossa (Radicchio) packet of 200 seeds, organic
Chicory, Palla Rossa (Radicchio) packet of 200 seeds, organic

(Red Radicchio )  This is a spring or late summer planted red radicchio that adds color, flavor and crisp texture to salads.  Easily grown by sowing in containers or in the open garden, the plants mature quickly and are a welcome addition to salads and baby greens.   

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Choy Sum, Purple (Brassica rapa var. purpurea), packet of 200 seeds
Choy Sum, Purple (Brassica rapa var. purpurea), packet of 200 seeds

(kosaitai, hon tsai tsai)
Annual.  The plant produces edible stalks in 50 days, and will resprout and come again for several more cuttings, a very worthy feature.  This is an easy to grow source of fat, tender leaf stalks that may be gently steamed to produce a fulfilling dish, to be served on top of a bed of rice.  Yumm!

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Collard Greens, Champion (Brassica oleracea acephala), packet of 200 seeds, organic
Collard Greens, Champion (Brassica oleracea acephala), packet of 200 seeds, organic

Biennial.  60 to 80 days to maturity.   Rich in vitamins A, K, C and manganese.  Champion makes long standing, waxy, dark blue-green leaves with white veination.  Non Heading.  The leaves taste sweeter once they've been frosted.

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Corn, Black Aztec (Zea mays), packet of 50 seeds, organic
Corn, Black Aztec (Zea mays), packet of 50 seeds, organic

(Flour Corn, Grinding Corn, Mexican Corn, Sweet Black Corn, Mexican Sweet) Annual.  75 days.  Stalks 5 to 6 feet tall, 2 ears per stalk.  This is probably the darkest of all corn cultivars, with kernals deep purple to true black.  This kind of corn is grown for grinding into corn meal, making highly nutritious and tasty corn bread.  There is really nothing like growing your own cornbread.  When we made our harvest, a number of the ears were immature (white kernals) and these we sliced off with a knife and put in a pot of water and simmered overnight.  In the morning, we ate this corn porridge and it was absolutely wonderful!

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Corn, Country Gentleman (Zea mays), packet of 50 seeds, organic
Corn, Country Gentleman (Zea mays), packet of 50 seeds, organic

( White Corn, Shoepeg Corn) Annual.  100 days.  This sweet corn is one of the best of all heirloom (introduced in 1890) open-pollinated corns. The plants grow very tall (8 feet or so) and make extremely long and weighty ears.  I personally can eat 6 "golden bantams" at a sitting but slow down after only 2 "Country Gentlemen."  This shoepeg type makes kernels in zigzag pattern, not rows. I found that longer boiling times worked well--10 minutes at a brisk boil--due to larger mass of ears, and to make the kernels very soft, milky and sweet to eat. 

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Corn, Fisher's Earliest (Zea mays), by the pound, organic
Corn, Fisher's Earliest (Zea mays), by the pound, organic

Annual. 70 days to maturity.  Cold soil tolerant.  Phytonutrient rich.  This is a yellow, open-pollinated sweet corn that delivers good old-fashioned sweet corn flavor.  This strain has been developed for best performance in cold regions (northern states or at elevation), and also does fine in warmer regions. 

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Corn, Fisher's Earliest (Zea mays), packet of 100 seeds, organic
Corn, Fisher's Earliest (Zea mays), packet of 100 seeds, organic

Annual. 70 days to maturity.  Cold soil tolerant.  Phytonutrient rich.  This is a yellow, open-pollinated sweet corn that delivers good old-fashioned sweet corn flavor.  This strain has been developed for best performance in cold regions (northern states or at elevation), and also does fine in warmer regions.  Tends to make multi-stemmed plants.  My pragmatic field count shows 1 to 5 ears per plant.  Like all corn, responds well to wide spacing and generouys fertilization.

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Corn, Hopi Blue (Zea mays), packet of 100 seeds, Organic
Corn, Hopi Blue (Zea mays), packet of 100 seeds, Organic

Robust, drought-tolerant flour corn cultivar selected over many generations by the Hopi tribespeople of the American SW.  90 days to maturity.  Plants 3.5 to 5 feet tall.  Ears to 1 foot long, usually 2 per stalk.  Powerful food and medicine. 

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Corn, Top Hat (Zea mays), packet of 100 seeds, organic
Corn, Top Hat (Zea mays), packet of 100 seeds, organic

(Top Hat Sweet Corn) Annual. 82 days to maturity.  This new introduction from Lupine Knoll makes sweet, yellow ears, 7 1/2 inches long with 16 rows of tender kernels.  Sweet, old-time flavor from plants that show vigorous growth in cold soils and give excellent husk protection to their golden seeds. 

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Cucumber, (Edmonson White), packet of 30 seeds, organic
Cucumber, (Edmonson White), packet of 30 seeds, organic

(Edmonson White) Annual.  50 days to fruits. Kansas heirloom dating back to 1913.  White, 4-inch fruits turn orange at maturity.  Rarely bitter, these are good for eating fresh, slicing and marinading, or pickling.

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Cucumber, African Horned (Cucumis zambianus), packet of 30 seeds, organic
Cucumber, African Horned (Cucumis zambianus), packet of 30 seeds, organic

(Horned Cucumber, Jelly Melon, Kiwano)  Annual vining vegetable native to NW Zambia where it is cultivated by indigenous farmers.  The young fruits are mottled green and are wholly edible, tasting like cucumber.  The mature fruits are green and yellow striped, a source of nutritious seeds and life-giving water.   

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Cucumber, Boothby Blonde, packet of 30 seeds, organic

(Boothby Blonde Cucummber)  Heirloom maintained for 5 generations by the Boothby family of Maine.  A short, plump cuke with creamy-yellow skin and black spines.

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Cucumber, Lemon, packet of 30 seeds, organic
Cucumber, Lemon, packet of 30 seeds, organic

(Lemon Cucumber)  Making round fruits in legion, the lemon cuke is best consumed when young and thin skinned, being one of the freshest tastes of summer. Thirst quenching.  This is agood, compact type to grow in greenhouse culture.  The flower is almost as lemony as a lemon!

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Cucumber, Marketmore (Cucumis sativus), packet of 30 seeds, organic
Cucumber, Marketmore (Cucumis sativus), packet of 30 seeds, organic

Annual vining vegetable native to the East Indies and cultivated worldwide. Cucumbers are one of the oldest known cultigens, dating back at least 3,000 years.  Containing 96% water, eating a cucumber is tantamount to taking a long drink of pure water. 

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Cucumber, Pickling (Emperor Alexander), packet of 30 seeds, organic
Cucumber, Pickling (Emperor Alexander), packet of 30 seeds, organic

(Empereur Alexandre) Annual.  50 days to fruits. Quick-growing annual studded with plenty of short, dill-pickle-shaped cucumbers.  Excellent eaten fresh or pickled.  Trellis.

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Cucumber, Poona Kheera, packet of 20 seeds, organic

(Poona Kheera Cucumber) Annual.  50 days to fruits. An unique cultivar from India, does great in organic culture in the US!  Light colored when young, tan colored when mature, these cucumbers make excellent direct-from-garden eating or may be sliced and enjoyed in salads.  This variety is specifically well suited for making raita.

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Cucumber, Silver Slicer (Cucumis sativus), packet of 30 seeds, organic
Cucumber, Silver Slicer (Cucumis sativus), packet of 30 seeds, organic

Annual vining vegetable native to the East Indies and cultivated worldwide. Silver Slicer is a new open pollinated cultivar that has a non-bitter, thin, white skin.  Rated very high in crunchy cucumber tastiness, this is the one we will be growing this year!

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Dandelion, Wild (Taraxacum officinale), packet of 200 seeds, organic
Dandelion, Wild (Taraxacum officinale), packet of 200 seeds, organic

Herbaceous perennial.  Native to and distributed throughout the temperate zones of planet Earth. One of the best healing foods ever, Dandelion is delicious in salads and does a great job cleaning toxicity out of our bodies.    

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