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Golden Accordion Tomato
Large (up to 20 oz.), golden-orange, deeply pleated, oblate shaped fruits.
Golden Delicious - Winter Squash
Higher vitamin C content than other squash and not watery
Grandma Rose's Italian Pole Bean
An old Italian family heirloom. Good as a green bean, shell bean and a dry bean.
Green Ice Lettuce
Glossy, dark-green leaves. Exceptionally crisp and slow to bolt.
Green Striped Cushaw Squash
Flesh is light colored, fine grained, very dry and resembles sweet potatoes in flavor.
Howard German Tomato
Red, 3-9 oz., paste-type tomatoes. Excellent for paste and sauce.
Howden Pumpkin
Large, 10-20 pound. Widely used for Jack-o-Lanterns, but also excellent for pies and roasted seeds.
Improved Tendergreen Bush Green Bean<br><b>SOLD OUT for 2020</b>
A great choice for freezing, canning and of course, fresh eating. Disease resistant.
Keller Tobacco
Maryland-type grown for use in pipe and cigarette tobacco blends, as well as cigar filler.
Kim's Civil War Oxheart Tomato
Early, pink, large (reaching up to 20 oz.), solid with very few seeds, tasty fruits.
Kodaizu Soybean
Beans are small, yellow, and primarily used for sprouting and to make natto.
Kouri Soybean
A colorful choice for edamame. Sweet, nutty flavored.
Kurakake Daizu Soybean
Attractive, medium-sized, flattened beans are tan with a brownish saddle.
Lizard Tail Orinoco Tobacco
Historical grown for use in pipe and cigarette tobacco blends.
Lubnani Summer Squash<br><b>SOLD OUT for 2020</b>
Early, bush-type, “the honeydew of squashes.”
Lvinoe Serdtse Tomato
An excellent slicer when picked fresh, it is also great for canning.
Malinovyi Rog Tomato
3-9 oz., pink, elongated fruits. Excellent flavor. Slicer. Russian origin.
Marvana Tomato
Red, globe to slightly elongated fruits averaging 4 to 5 ounces.
Mayo Speckled Southern Pea
Productive. Peas are tan to brown mottled with darker brown.
Midnight Snack Sweet Corn
Very sweet and flavorful. Light colored when fresh, dried to a deep blue-black.
Midori Giant Soybean
Productive, sturdy, erect, bushy plants. Good edamame variety.
Mizuna Mustard Greens
Thin, frilly-edged leaves. Cold-hardy Japanese variety.
Moist Area Wildflower Mix
An annual and perennial mix for moister climates or irrigated areas.
Mountain Pima Tomatillo
Tomatillos are popular in Mexican salsas and picante dishes.
Nabo Roxo Comprido Turnip
Roots are long and white with purple tops.
Natsu Kurakake Soybean
Can be enjoyed either as a colorful and tasty edamame.
Navy Bush Dry Bean
An excellent choice for soups and baking. Stays firm even after reheating!
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