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Black Jet Soybean
Thin, black skins and a great flavor.
$3.25
Black Krim Tomato
Brownish-purple to maroon; sweet, mild, rich flavor.
$2.95
Black Mammoth Tobacco
A fire cured-type tobacco that produces dark, broad leaf. The plants grow five to six feet tall.
$2.95
Black Pearl Soybean<br><b>SOLD OUT</b>
Large, green at the edamame stage and black at maturity.
$3.25
Blue Lake Pole Green Bean, Wright Strain
Tender, dark green, round, tasty, and reach about 6 inches.
$3.95
Blue's Bling Tomato
Early maturing, large (up to 28 ounce), beautiful dark fruit that deliver a complex, balanced, sweet and fruity flavor with a mildly tangy finish.
$2.95
Bolgiano's Extremely Early 'I.X.L.' Tomato
Productive and early; oblate-shaped, red, firm, tasty fruits.
$2.95
Bonanza Tobacco
A flue-cured type of tobacco historically used for cigarette and pipe blends.
$2.95
Bonny Best Tomato
Red, smooth and solid; five ounce fruit.
$2.95
Boronia Tomato
Oblate, pink w/dark shoulders with a smooth, meaty texture and delicious, intense flavor; Resembles 'Cherokee Purple', but on a compact, dwarf plant.
$2.95
Boston Marrow Squash
The original, early winter squash. Beautiful, productive and tasty.
$2.45
Brandywine, Pink - Tomato
Heirloom with large, dark-pink fruits, gourmet taste and quality.
$2.95
Brandywine, Red - Tomato
Regular leaf plants. Red, globe-shaped,flavorful fruits.
$2.95
Brandywine, Sudduth Strain - Tomato
Potato-leaf plants produce large, oblate, pink fruit.
$2.95
Break O' Day Tomato
Red, smooth and solid; six ounce fruit, disease resistant.
$2.95
Broad Leaf Orinoco (aka Broadleaf Orinoco) Tobacco
A very old, flue cured-type tobacco variety historically used for pipe and cigar blending, and sometimes as cigar wrappers.
$2.95
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