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Tenderheart Cardoon
The thick, fleshy leaf bases, hearts and roots are eaten.
$2.55
Tennessee Britches Tomato
Huge (up to forty ounces!) pink, very tasty, fruits. Rare family heirloom.
$2.95
Tennessee Heirloom Tomato
Meaty, large, excellent slicer with great taste.
$2.95
Tennessee Suited Tomato
Rich purple color with green stripes. They are medium-sized with a well-balanced flavor.
$2.95
Texas Cuban Tobacco
Plants grow up to six feet tall when topped, have pale pink flowers, and leaves that reach nine inches wide by twenty inches long.
$2.95
Thessaloniki Tomato
Red colored, 6-18 ounces each, globe to flattened-globe shaped, and firm flesh that has a slightly sweet, berry-like flavor and a tart after taste.
$2.95
Tiger Tom Tomato
Juicy fruits average 6 ounces; yellow-orange stripes on red-orange skin, early, and prolific.
$2.95
TN86 Burley Tobacco<br><b>SOLD OUT until 2023</b>
Tall, ornamental, flowering plants. Burley-type used for cigarettes.
$2.95
Tobacco Patch Dry Bush Bean
Plants are sturdy, erect, keeping the four inch pods off of the ground.
$2.95
Tokio Vert Soybean
Small, slightly elongated, green seeds that contain about 19% oil and 44% protein.
$3.25
Tony's Italian Paste Tomato
Red, plum-shaped with points on ends, thick and meaty.
$2.95
Traveler 76 Tomato
Drought, heat and crack resistant. Good flavored pink fruits.
$2.95
Traveler Tomato
Mild flavor, medium sized, pink fruit.
$2.95
Trophy Tomato
Medium-sized (4-12 oz.), oblate, red fruits that are firm, solid but juicy, and mildly sweet.
$2.95
Tularosa Market Melon
Their flesh is orange, tender, sweet and juicy. Vary in weight from 3-9 pounds.
$2.25
Turkey Chomp Tomato
Nice flavored, attractive, large, red, beefsteak-type tomato.
$2.95
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