New Heirloom Vegetable Varieties Added for 2015

This is a listing of the "new" items that we added to our seed collection and offered to our gardening friends during for the 2015 gardening seasonIt is preserved here for historical purposes.  For the most recent list of "new" varieties, click here.
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Agate Soybean
Small to medium size, good eating quality.
Amsterdam Carrot
Exceptional early season, Nantes-type, forcing variety.
Armenian Pale Green Cucumber
Fruit grow uniformly and reach between 2 to 3 feet in length and about 2 inches in diameter.
Badger Garden Pea
An improved canning pea variety that is disease resistant.
Banksia Queen Tomato
Delicious, juicy, pale-yellow flesh with a good balance of sweet and tart.
Bei 77-6177 Soybean
Medium-sized, round, yellowish-tan seeds that contain about 21% oil and 40% protein.
Bok Choy (Pak Choi)
Fast growing, slow to bolt, and cold hardy.
Brittle Wax (Brittlewax) Bush Snap Bean
It is an excellent choice for home gardens, market growers and canning.
Charleston Wakefield Cabbage
Early variety, similar to Early Jersey but larger in size.
Chocolate Lightning Tomato<br>SOLD OUT
Smooth, slightly oblate, 4-8 oz., chocolate colored with jagged green and gold stripes.
Dester Tomato
Excellent tasting, large (6-24 oz.), pink, beefsteak-type, oblate shaped fruits.
Dinner Plate Tomato
Large (up to twenty four ounce), pink, heart-shaped fruit.
Dr. Walter Tomato
Medium sized (2-10oz.), red, globe to elongated mild flavored fruit.
Dwarf Purple Heart Tomato<br><b>SOLD OUT</b>
Productive, medium to large sized (6-16 oz.) heart shaped purple tomatoes.
Ebony Acorn Squash
Mildew resistant. Classic acorn squash flavor and texture but are noticeably sweeter.
Ezonishiki Soybean
Beans are pale yellow with light brown saddles. Contain about 19% oil and 43% protein.
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