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Alexanders, Black (Smyrnium olisatrum), packet of 20 seeds, organic

(Black Lovage)  Herbaceous biennial, sometimes perennial hardy to all zones.  Native to the Mediterranean, Syria, and the Canary Islands.  Antiquated plant that is fast disappearing from the global biota. Spring vegetable and fortifying tonic, a significant and stately historical herb.

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Amaranth, Dark Green Spinach (Amaranthus viridis), packet of 300 seeds
Amaranth, Dark Green Spinach (Amaranthus viridis), packet of 300 seeds

(Bayam, Slender Amaranth, Sukumawiki)  Annual.  50 days.  This is a drought and heat tolerant vegetable that is grown for the dark green leaves, which are used extensively in African and Vedic cooking traditions. 

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Amaranth, Golden Giant (Amaranthus hypochondriacus), packet of 200 seeds, organic
Amaranth, Golden Giant (Amaranthus hypochondriacus), packet of 200 seeds, organic

Annual native to South America, 100 days to maturity. Probably the easiest grain plant to grow in the home garden, as it is highly adaptable and gives terrific yields of delicious golden seeds.

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Amaranth, Hopi Red Dye (Amaranthus cruentus), packet of 100 seeds, organic
Amaranth, Hopi Red Dye (Amaranthus cruentus), packet of 100 seeds, organic

As a young green, colorful and tasty--a preferred addition to mesclun. Traditionally, the highly colored flower bracts are used to make corn bread red.  Mature plant produces showy, thickly flowered tops. 

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Amaranth, Red Spinach (Amaranthus tricolor), packet of 300 seeds
Amaranth, Red Spinach (Amaranthus tricolor), packet of 300 seeds

(Bayam, Slender Amaranth, Sukumawiki)  Annual.  50 days.  This is a drought and heat tolerant vegetable that is grown for the red leaves that can be cooked up like spinach (as in vedic, african or greek cuisine).  Will add color to microgreens and mesclun mixes. 

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Artichoke, Globe (Cynara scolymus), packet of 30 seeds, organic
Artichoke, Globe (Cynara scolymus), packet of 30 seeds, organic

Perennialhardy to 20 degrees F, but can be grown as an annual.  Native to Southern Europe.  Produces large size, edible globes, flowering purple to 5 feet. Steamed globes yield meaty scales to dip in garlic butter.  Yumm. 

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Arugula, Domestic (Eruca sativa), packet of 200 seeds, organic
Arugula, Domestic (Eruca sativa), packet of 200 seeds, organic

Biennial culinary green. Deeply cut leaves are a signature culinary delight.  Excellent addition to gourmet salads. Best-selling green for market gardeners. High in protein, appetite stimulant and digestive.

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Arugula, Wild Roquette (Diplotaxis tenufolia), packet of 200 seeds, organic
Arugula, Wild Roquette (Diplotaxis tenufolia), packet of 200 seeds, organic

Biennial culinary green. Excellent addition to gourmet salads and the signature of an upscale cook. Best-selling green for market gardeners.

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Ashitaba (Angelica keiskei koidzumi), packet of 20 seeds, organic
Ashitaba (Angelica keiskei koidzumi), packet of 20 seeds, organic

(HACHIJO-SOU, Tomorrow's Leaf)  Rare. Native to Hachijojima Island in Japan and hardy to about 20 degrees F.  The nutritional and health benefits of this high chlorophyll plant are extensive, and ashitaba is unique among the Angelicas due to its tasty edibility and as a bioavailable source of B12 and bright yellow, blood cleansing and antioxidant extraordinaire, the aromatic ketone known as "chalcone."  Longevity herb.

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Asparagus, Garden (Asparagus officinalis), packet of 100 seeds
Asparagus, Garden (Asparagus officinalis), packet of 100 seeds

(Mary Washington)  Dioecious perennial hardy to all temperate zones. This is culinary Asparagus that produces both male and female plants (both sexes deliciously edible).  Harvest fresh spears in the spring of the second year and ongoing.

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Bean, Anasazi Cave Pole Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris), packet of 20 seeds, organic
Bean, Anasazi Cave Pole Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris), packet of 20 seeds, organic

(Anasazi Cave Bean, Pole Beans, Aztec Bean, New Mexico Cave Beans, Appaloosa)
Annual.  50 to 55 days.  This is a 1,500 year old cultivar that is attributed to the Anasazi cave dwellers.  The beans taste sweet and creamy (like a Pinto Bean) and cook to a smooth texture.  75% less gassy than modern beans.  

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Bean, Bird Egg (Phaseolus vulgaris), packet of 7 seeds, organic
Bean, Bird Egg (Phaseolus vulgaris), packet of 7 seeds, organic

Bird Egg Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris).  Annual pole bean that produces a plump pod full of delectable beans that cook up fresh in 30 minutes.  Beans may also be allowed to dry on the vine, then picked and shelled for storage, in which case they can be soaked and boiled like a standard dry bean.  Creamy textured, a delightful treat to eat.

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Bean, Blue Lake Bush (Phaseolus vulgaris) seeds by the pound, organic
Bean, Blue Lake Bush (Phaseolus vulgaris) seeds by the pound, organic

Annual.  55 days.  The most vigorous bean we've ever grown, germ took only 4 days in our trials and it seemed like every bean came up and prospered.  This particular bean is well known to produce sweet, round in cross section, stringless beans, 6 to 7 inch pods on a self-supporting bush to 15 inches tall.  Excellent choice for fresh harvest, market garden and home garden.  Solid texture makes them an excellent choice for freezing and canning, as well.  An old-time favorite that has never let us down.  There are approximately 1,800 seeds in a pound of blue lake bush bean seeds.

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Bean, Blue Lake Bush (Phaseolus vulgaris), packet of 30 seeds, organic
Bean, Blue Lake Bush (Phaseolus vulgaris), packet of 30 seeds, organic

Annual.  55 days.  The most vigorous bean we've ever grown, germ took only 4 days in our trials and it seemed like every bean came up and prospered.  This particular bean is well known to produce sweet, round in cross section, stringless beans, 6 to 7 inch pods on a self-supporting bush to 15 inches tall.  Excellent choice for fresh harvest, market garden and home garden.  Solid texture makes them an excellent choice for freezing and canning, as well.  An old-time favorite that has never let us down.

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Bean, Bolita (Phaseolus vulgaris), packet of 20 seeds, organic
Bean, Bolita (Phaseolus vulgaris), packet of 20 seeds, organic

Annual.  50 to 55 days.  Disappearing heirloom bush beans are best made into burritos, refrieds, soups or chili.  Small salmon colored frijoles cook fast and make rich, flavorful gravy. 

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Bean, Cherokee Trail of Tears (Phaseolus vulgaris), packet of 7 seeds, organic
Bean, Cherokee Trail of Tears (Phaseolus vulgaris), packet of 7 seeds, organic

(Cherokee Trail of Tears Bean) Annual pole bean.  Heirloom. 55 days to purple podded green beans and 90 days to dry beans.  This is a vigorous climber that we enjoy very much as a fresh green bean and have found to be highly productive. 

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Bean, Christmas Lima (Phaseolus lunatus) packet of 7 seeds, organic
Bean, Christmas Lima (Phaseolus lunatus) packet of 7 seeds, organic

(Christmas Lima Bean, Chestnut Lima, Giant Speckled Pole Bean, Giant Florida Pole Bean)  Annual.  90 days.  Pole bean climbs to 10 feet, producing large pods filled with the mottled seeds that are each about the size of a quarter.  Heirloom variety dating back to the 1840's.  Beans are delicious fresh shelled and steamed or allowed to dry and made into soup. 

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Bean, Fava (Vicia faba) seeds by the pound, organic
Bean, Fava (Vicia faba) seeds by the pound, organic

(Broad Windsor, Fava Bean)  Vigorous legume, a cold weather cover crop that fixes nitrogen and provides more biomass than most other cover crops.  These large, flat favas also make an edible seedpod used in exquisite cookery.  Broad Windsor is mghty tasty. 


 

 

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Bean, Hopi Red (Phaseolus vulgaris), packet of 20 seeds, organic
Bean, Hopi Red (Phaseolus vulgaris), packet of 20 seeds, organic

(Hopi Red Beans)
Annual.  50 to 55 days.  Vigorous pole bean does well in standard garden soil throughout the US and is well suited for hot, dry climates.  Bean may be soaked overnight and slow-cooked the next day to make an incomperable chili dish. 

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Bean, Hopi Yellow (Phaseolus vulgaris) packet of 20 seeds, organic
Bean, Hopi Yellow (Phaseolus vulgaris) packet of 20 seeds, organic

(Hopi Yellow Beans)
Annual.  50 to 55 days.  Deep yellow runner bean of the Hopi Indians. The beans are really colored like gold.  May be eaten as a green bean in early pod stage, or dried and used as a delicious cooked bean. 

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