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Bean, Madiera Maroon (Phaseolus vulgaris), packet of 7 seeds, organic
Bean, Madiera Maroon (Phaseolus vulgaris), packet of 7 seeds, organic

(Madiera Maroon Bean) Annual pole bean.  Heirloom, native to the Chilean Andes. 90 days to dry beans, which are extra pretty.  Dry beans may be soaked overnight and slow cooked the next day, making a creamy-textured dish, chestnut flavored, extra special. 

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Bean, Midnight Black Turtle (Phaseolus vulgaris), packet of 30 seeds, organic
Bean, Midnight Black Turtle (Phaseolus vulgaris), packet of 30 seeds, organic

(Bean, Black, Black Bean, Midnight Black Turtle Soup Bean)
Annual bush bean.  90 to 100 days to maturity.  These are among the most productive of protein sources for both gardeners and small farmers.

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Bean, Missouri Wonder Pole Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris), packet of 20 seeds, organic
Bean, Missouri Wonder Pole Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris), packet of 20 seeds, organic

(Missouri Wonder Pole Bean, French-type Snap Bean, Shell Bean)
Annual.  70 days.  This is an heirloom cultivar that dates back to the 1930's.  Making vigorous vines to 10 feet, we found them to produce well over a long period of time.  They were good when eaten young as snap beans and also made excellent green shell beans, which we cooked up like Limas.   

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Bean, Scarlet Runner (Phaseolus coccineus), packet of 10 seeds, organic
Bean, Scarlet Runner (Phaseolus coccineus), packet of 10 seeds, organic

Tuberous-rooted perennial vine in the South, grown as an annual in the temperate north. 90 days to maturity. Heirloom originating prior to the year 1750. Native to Mexico and Central America. The showy, bright-scarlet flowers grow in profuse clumps, one-upped only by the mature, magically varicolored beans themselves (violet-black with rosy spots)

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Bean, Winged (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus), packet of 10 seeds
Bean, Winged (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus), packet of 10 seeds

(Goa Bean, Winged Bean, Four-Angled Bean, Manila Bean, Princess Bean, Dragon Bean, Winged Pea) Perennial grown as an annual in temperate climates.  Native to New Guinea.  We sowed seed in greenhouse in late March, transplanted and trellised in May and harvested beans in late July. Multifaceted foodstuff and N-fixing covercrop.  Young seedpods (pictured) are steamed and eaten like green beans.  Foliage is edible and tastes like spinach.  The seed yields an edible oil.  The tuberous root may be eaten raw or cooked like a potato.  Light blue flowers are a coloring agent in the culinary arts.    10 seeds per packet, open pollinated

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Beet, Detroit Dark Red (Beta vulgaris), 10 g (~700) seeds, organic
Beet, Detroit Dark Red (Beta vulgaris), 10 g (~700) seeds, organic

Biennial.  55 days to maturity.  Detroit dark red produces mid-sized roots, very round, intensely red.  Source of betaine, which is cleansing to the liver and will over time increase energy levels. 

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Beet, Detroit Dark Red (Beta vulgaris), packet of 50 seeds, organic
Beet, Detroit Dark Red (Beta vulgaris), packet of 50 seeds, organic

Biennial.  55 days to maturity (very fast!).  Detroit dark red produces mid- to large-sized roots, very round, intensely red.  Source of betaine, which is cleansing to the liver and will over time increase energy levels.  I have tried growing almost every beet imaginable and always come back to this one--it is the best beet.  Do not be fooled into thinking that non-red beets are as healthy as red beets.  It is the red color that may be associated with the betaine content, which gives them their anti-clotting and detoxification attributes.

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Beet, Sugar (Beta vulgaris), packet of 100 seeds
Beet, Sugar (Beta vulgaris), packet of 100 seeds

Biennial.  80 days to maturity.    The leaves are excellent for eating.  The long, white roots are very high in sugar.  They are good for the table, boiled or baked and mashed, or they can be boiled down in water to make sugar.

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Beetberry (Chenopodium capitatum), packet of 100 seeds, organic
Beetberry (Chenopodium capitatum), packet of 100 seeds, organic

(Strawberry spinach, Raspberry chenopodium)
Annual  40 to 60 days to maturity.   Growing to only about 8 inches tall, the sweeping branches bear many soft leaves and are studded with multitudes of berries.  Sweet but strange, bright red, an accent for use by the diverse salad and potherb enthusiast. 

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Broccoli, Green Sprouting De Cicco (Brassica oleracea), packet of 300 seeds, organic
Broccoli, Green Sprouting De Cicco (Brassica oleracea), packet of 300 seeds, organic

(Green Sprouting Broccoli, De Cicco)
Biennial.  I really like the so-called sprouting broccoli because after you cut off the main head it produces many more meals worth of smaller "broccolinis" that are good for stir-fry.  After you've put so much effort into growing your broccoli plant, its nice to be able to milk it for awhile.   

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Broccoli, Purple Peacock, packet of 100 seeds, organic
Broccoli, Purple Peacock, packet of 100 seeds, organic

Novel plant produces pleasantly non-spicy and very edible leaves as well as the classic purple sprouting broccoli head with its multiple side-shoot "broccolinis."  We are definitely growing "Purple Peacock" this year!

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Burdock, Gobo (Arctium lappa), packet of 100 seeds, organic
Burdock, Gobo (Arctium lappa), packet of 100 seeds, organic

(Niu-bang)  Biennial that is dug for the root in the first year.  Easy-to-grow tasty, nutritive and healing root.

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Burdock, Ha Gobo (Arctium lappa), packet of 50 seeds, organic
Burdock, Ha Gobo (Arctium lappa), packet of 50 seeds, organic

Japanese selection grown for the long, thin roots and softly edible leaves.  Leaves attain humungous proportions.

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Burdock, Watanabe (Arctium lappa), packet of 30 seeds, organic
Burdock, Watanabe (Arctium lappa), packet of 30 seeds, organic

The thin, early-maturing roots of Watanabe make excellent eating.  They are smooth textured and sweetly nutritious.

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Cabbage, Red Head (Brassica oleracea capitata), packet of 200 seeds, organic
Cabbage, Red Head (Brassica oleracea capitata), packet of 200 seeds, organic

63 days to maturity. Fast maturing deep red cabbage makes solid, round heads in the 2 to 4 lb range.  Rich in vitamins K, A, C, E, B and Calcium, cabbage is a medicinal food of many layers.  

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Camelina (Camelina sativa), packet of 300 seeds, organic
Camelina (Camelina sativa), packet of 300 seeds, organic

(Gold of Pleasure, Wild Flax, German Sesame, Siberian Oilseed)  Annual native to Northern Europe and hardy to all zones.  An ancient oilseed crop that is experiencing a well deserved resurgence of popularity.

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Carrot, Cosmic Purple (Daucus carota), packet of 200 seeds, organic
Carrot, Cosmic Purple (Daucus carota), packet of 200 seeds, organic

Biennial.  65 to 75 days to maturity. Cosmic Purple is rated excellent for attractiveness and taste.  They are purple skinned and orange fleshed--sweet, spicy and crunchy.  Tapered roots average 7 inches long.  A favorite of children, these are usually also the first to sell out at farmer's markets.   

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Carrot, Scarlet Nantes (Daucus carota), packet of 500 seeds, organic
Carrot, Scarlet Nantes (Daucus carota), packet of 500 seeds, organic

Scarlet Nantes is a high amino acid type, nearly coreless and posessed of good old time carroty taste.  The carrots measure 6 to 8 inches long and are good keepers

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Celery, Giant Red (Apium graveolens), packet of 200 seeds, organic
Celery, Giant Red (Apium graveolens), packet of 200 seeds, organic

(Giant Red Celery)  90 to 100 days to full-sized edibility.  Giant Red is disease resistant and cold hardy, producing vibrant stalks to crunch fresh or to bolster soups and stews. 

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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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