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Bundaberg Rumball Tomato
Productive, 2 to 3 oz., round, chocolate-colored fruit with delightful, balanced, sweet flavor.
$2.95
Burgess Mammoth Wonder Tomato
Meaty but not dry, slightly acidic or tart with complex aftertastes.
$2.95
Burning Spear Tomato
This paste-type tomato is both beautiful and excellent tasting.
$2.95
Burpee's Dwarf Giant Tomato
Bush-type plant with oblate, pink fruit that weigh up to about 10 oz.
$2.95
Burpee's 'Globe' Tomato
Heavy yielding, vigorous, smooth, solid, globe-shaped pink fruits.
$2.95
Burpee's Quarter Century Tomato
Compact plants with oblate-shaped, red, smooth and crackless tomatoes.
$2.95
Burpee's Table Talk Tomato
Compact bush-type plants; deep globe-shaped, solid, meaty, 4-16 oz., red fruits.
$2.95
Burpee's Trucker's Favorite Tomato
Medium to large sized, pink fruited tomato, weigh from 6-12 ounces.
$2.95
Bush Crop Cucumber
A deep green 6-8 inch slicing variety on compact, bush-type plants.
$2.85
Butterbean Soybean
Bright green beans developed for fresh eating.
$3.25
Caitlin's Lucky Stripe Tomato
Productive potato leaf variety with 4-8 ounce fruits. Beautiful, very juicy, slightly tangy and delicious.
$2.95
Cancelmo Family Heirloom Tomato
Mild, smooth, balanced, though slightly tangy, flavor. Most fruits are big, beautiful, and nice for slicing.
$2.95
Cardinal Tomato
Medium sized, beautiful red colored, flattened globe shaped fruits.
$2.95
Carolina Amethyst Bell Pepper
Beautiful lilac to purple, very productive bell-type pepper on compact plants.
$2.85
Caspian Pink Tomato
Russian heirloom with pink fruit and a mild, sweet flavor.
$2.95
Catterton Tobacco
A "Maryland-type" tobacco that is used for pipe and cigarette blending as well as for cigars.
$2.95
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