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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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Chives, English (Allium schoenoprasum), packet of 50 seeds, organic

Bulbous, clumping monocot native to Europe, Asia and North America and hardy to 0 degrees F. This is the smallest of the edible onions, valued for its green leaves (scapes) and flower buds--choppable, colorful, and flavorful. Starting chives from seed is easy and rewarding, and once you have them, they are easily propagated by division of the clump.

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Chives, Garlic (Allium tuberosum), packet of 30 seeds

Herbaceous perennial with flavorful leaves--grows like a chive, tastes like a garlic.  Leaves are flatter and broader than regular chives, and the white flowers are fragrant.  May be grown indoors as a perennial potted plant, cut back as needed to flavor Asian cooking, scrams or stir-fries.

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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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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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Endive, Nina (Cichorium endiva), packet of 200 seeds, organic
Endive, Nina (Cichorium endiva), packet of 200 seeds, organic

(Nina Endive) Taprooted perennial with parentage native to Europe and one of the oldest of cultivated crops, preferring moist soils and sun to part shade.  Finely curled salad green, pleasantly bitter, with dark green leaves that create a fluffy loft in salads. 

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Escarole, Golden Giant (Cichorium endiva), packet of 200 seeds, organic
Escarole, Golden Giant (Cichorium endiva), packet of 200 seeds, organic

(Golden Giant Escarole)  Taprooted perennial with parentage native to Europe and one of the oldest of cultivated crops.  Large 15 inch heads with golden hearts. Excellent in salad, braised, or roasted.

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Escarole, Great Batavian (Cichorium endiva), packet of 200 seeds, organic
Escarole, Great Batavian (Cichorium endiva), packet of 200 seeds, organic

(Great Batavian Escarole)  Taprooted perennial with parentage native to Europe and one of the oldest of cultivated crops.  Broad, smooth, green leaves with a creamy heart. Excellent salad!

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Fennel, Bulbing Finocchio (Foeniculum vulgare), packet of 100 seeds, organic
Fennel, Bulbing Finocchio (Foeniculum vulgare), packet of 100 seeds, organic

(Bulb Fennel, Zefa Fino) Annual or biennial bulbing fennel that is excellent to eat in salads or to dip with. Crisp and juicy white leaf stalks. Personal favorite. Raw foodists rave. Remarkably kind to the digestion. 

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Flax, Brown (Linum usitatissimum) seeds by the pound, organic
Flax, Brown (Linum usitatissimum) seeds by the pound, organic

(Linseed)  Annual. Native to temperate Europe and Asia. Flax is pretty in the garden, with the added advantage of yielding a valuable fiber and seed crop. Homegrown organic linseed is very tasty as an addition to breads or cereals.

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Flax, Brown (Linum usitatissimum), packet of 200 seeds, organic
Flax, Brown (Linum usitatissimum), packet of 200 seeds, organic

(Linseed)  Annual. Native to temperate Europe and Asia. Flax is pretty in the garden, with the added advantage of yielding a valuable fiber and seed crop. Homegrown organic linseed is very tasty as an addition to breads or cereals.

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Flax, Golden (Linum usitatissimum) seeds by the pound, organic
Flax, Golden (Linum usitatissimum) seeds by the pound, organic

(Omega Flax, Golden Flax)  Cultivar producing seeds containing less mucilage and more omega-3 fatty acids (linolenic acid). The seed is shiny and golden, and the flowers are flax blue.

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Flax, Golden (Linum usitatissimum), packet of 200 seeds, organic
Flax, Golden (Linum usitatissimum), packet of 200 seeds, organic

(Omega Flax, Golden Flax)  Cultivar producing seeds containing low mucilage and high concentrations of omega-3 fatty acids (linolenic acid). The seed is shiny and golden, and the flowers are flax blue. 200 seeds per packet, organic

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