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Honey Rock Melon
Fruits are up to 6-inches, tough skin and sweet, flavorful flesh.
$2.25
Hungarian Sweet Pepper
Fruit are light yellow, maturing to golden to orange to red. Good for pickling.
$2.25
Imperator 58 Carrot
Excellent raw and also stores well.
$2.25
Jubilee (Burpee's Jubilee) Tomato
Bright orange, solid, meaty, smooth, sweet, not acidic.
$2.95
Lubnani Summer Squash
Early, bush-type, “the honeydew of squashes.”
$2.25
Marketer Cucumber
Uniform in shape and color, dark green, smooth and slender.
$2.15
Mingold Tomato
Golden, globe-shaped, 3-10 oz., mild with a nice, tart aftertaste.
$2.95
Parsley, Evergreen
More frost resistance than other varieties and grows vigorously.
$1.95
Red Burgundy Okra
Burgundy colored pods, that are tender to about six inches.
$2.35
Ruby Leaf Lettuce
A beautiful leaf lettuce with intense red color that holds.
$1.95
Ruby Queen Beet
Round with smooth skin and a fine, buttery texture.
$2.25
Salad Bowl, Green - Leaf Lettuce<br><b>SOLD OUT for 2021</b>
Light green, long wavy leaves are slow to bolt.
$1.95
Straight Eight Cucumber
Dark green, blunt ended, cylindrical, 7 to 8 inch long fruit.
$2.15
Tenderpod (Burpee's Tender Pod) Bean
Pods are uniform, meaty, stringless, and medium-green in color.
$2.45
Topcrop (Top Crop) Bush Green Bean
The crops are heavy with pickings concentrated.
$2.45
Waltham Butternut Winter Squash
Light tan, 7-9 inches long with a thick neck.
$2.25
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Many people ask, who determines an AAS Winner? The answer is that independent AAS judges determine the AAS Winners by judging and scoring the entries. The judges score each entry from zero to five points, with five being the highest. Judges report their scores each fall. AAS uses an independent accounting firm to calculate the average score of each entry. Only the entry with the highest average score is considered for a possible AAS Award. The AAS judges determine which, if any, new unsold entries have proven superior qualities to be introduced as AAS Winners.

What qualities will judges score? Judges look for significantly improved qualities such as earliness to bloom or harvest, disease or pest tolerance, novel colors or flavors, novel flower forms, total yield, length of flowering or harvest and overall performance. In the last ten years an entry needs to have at least two significantly improved qualities to be considered by judges for an AAS Award.  The AAS Winners offer gardeners reliable, new varieties that have proven their superior performance in trial grounds across North America.

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