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Appalachian Red Hardneck Garlic 8 oz.

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Appalachian Red Hardneck Garlic 8 oz.
Model: 65328
Price: $12.95

Ships in fall. (Rocambole) [Selected from German Red over many years in Floyd County, VA, by Mark Schonbeck] Large, easy-to-peel cloves have unusually good flavor, full-bodied and moderately hot. Good keeper. Comes with our Garlic and Onion Growing Guide. Starter Package: 8 oz.

Apple Gourd Ornamental Gourd 3 g

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Apple Gourd Ornamental Gourd 3 g
Model: 54108
Price: $2.75

( Lagenaria siceraria ) Unusual apple-shaped gourds. The 4 lb fruit is medium green with darker green specks. Very attractive for fall decorating, and popular dried and painted. (Not to be confused with edible Tinda gourds, also sometimes called Apple gourds.) Pkt (3 g, 15 seeds)

Applegreen Eggplant 0.25 g

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Applegreen Eggplant 0.25 g
Model: 45303
Price: $2.50

65 days. [1964] Early maturing, apple-green fruits with tender skin that doesn’t require peeling. Choice variety for cool-season areas. Apple- sized fruits average 3 x 2½ in. Pkt.

Arkansas Green Lint Cotton

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Arkansas Green Lint Cotton
Model: 72203
Price: $4.80

135 days. Soft light green cotton with short fibers and dark green seeds. The yellow-pink flowers are lovely, excellent in floral arrangements. 5-7 ft. tall plants. Pkt (16-20 seeds) Cannot ship to GA, SC, or CA.

Arkansas Little Leaf Pickling Cucumber 2 g

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Arkansas Little Leaf Pickling Cucumber 2 g
Model: 51503
Price: $2.75

(als, an, bw, cmv, pm, scab) 59 days. [U. of Arkansas, 1991.] Popular and reliable, this white-spined pickler has multiple disease-resistance. Compact vines have multiple branch points and will climb a fence or trellis with ease. Small leaf size makes finding fruit easier, and the parthenocarpic ... more info

Arkansas Little Leaf Pickling Cucumber 28g

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Arkansas Little Leaf Pickling Cucumber 28g
Model: 51503E
Price: $8.50

(als, an, bw, cmv, pm, scab) 59 days. [U. of Arkansas, 1991.] Popular and reliable, this white-spined pickler has multiple disease-resistance. Compact vines have multiple branch points and will climb a fence or trellis with ease. Small leaf size makes finding fruit easier, and the parthenocarpic ... more info

Arkansas Traveler Tomato 0.16 g

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Arkansas Traveler Tomato 0.16 g
Model: 49102
Price: $2.75

89 days. (Indeterminate) [Pre-1900 heirloom grown throughout the South from NW Arkansas to North Carolina.] An old Southern heirloom esteemed for its ability to produce flavorful tomatoes under conditions of drought and high heat where many other varieties fail. Good disease resistance. ... more info

Arkansas Traveler Tomato 1.5 g

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Arkansas Traveler Tomato 1.5 g
Model: 49102A
Price: $5.50

89 days. (Indeterminate) [Pre-1900 heirloom grown throughout the South from NW Arkansas to North Carolina.] An old Southern heirloom esteemed for its ability to produce flavorful tomatoes under conditions of drought and high heat where many other varieties fail. Good disease resistance. ... more info

Arugula 1.5 g

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Arugula 1.5 g
Model: 64101
Price: $2.25

( Eruca sativa ) 40 days. Distinctive, sharp, peppery leaves are best harvested when 2-3 in. long. A nice accent for mixed salads. Greens past their prime may be lightly steamed with other greens such as mustard or turnip greens, or used in creamed soups. Pkt 1.5 g, about 750 seeds). Photo: Laura ... more info

Arugula 28 g

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Arugula 28 g
Model: 64101E
Price: $5.50

( Eruca sativa ) 40 days. Distinctive, sharp, peppery leaves are best harvested when 2-3 in. long. A nice accent for mixed salads. Greens past their prime may be lightly steamed with other greens such as mustard or turnip greens, or used in creamed soups. (28 g) Photo: Laura Sutherland

Arugula 7 g

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Arugula 7 g
Model: 64101C
Price: $4.50

( Eruca sativa ) 40 days. Distinctive, sharp, peppery leaves are best harvested when 2-3 in. long. A nice accent for mixed salads. Greens past their prime may be lightly steamed with other greens such as mustard or turnip greens, or used in creamed soups. (7 g) Photo: Laura Sutherland

Ashe County Pimento Sweet Pepper 0.5 g

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Ashe County Pimento Sweet Pepper 0.5 g
Model: 46136
Price: $2.95

70 days. (green > red) [Revived by NC seed saver Rob Danford.] One of the few peppers that reliably produces well in the short Smoky Mountain growing season (150 days or less). An incredibly sweet, bright red, thick-fleshed pimento pepper, 4 x 1½ in. Great raw, as well as for cooking, ... more info

Ashley Cucumber 2 g

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Ashley Cucumber 2 g
Model: 51101
Price: $2.75

58 days. (als, dm, pm) [1956, Clemson/AES.] Recommended for hot, humid areas where disease resistance is important. Good downy mildew resistance. Productive vines produce 7-8 in. dark-green fruits, tapered on the stem end. A popular variety in the Southeast. Pkt.

Ashley Cucumber 28 g

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Ashley Cucumber 28 g
Model: 51101E
Price: $8.50

58 days. (als, dm, pm) [1956, Clemson/AES.] Recommended for hot, humid areas where disease resistance is important. Good downy mildew resistance. Productive vines produce 7-8 in. dark-green fruits, tapered on the stem end. A popular variety in the Southeast. (28 g)

Ashworth Sweet Corn 1/4 lb

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Ashworth Sweet Corn 1/4 lb
Model: 41101F
Price: $6.25

(yellow) 69 days. An early maturing, widely adapted sweet corn with good flavor and dependability. Stalks average 5 ft. with 1-2 ears (6-7 in. long) containing 12 rows of yellow kernels per ear. (¼ lb = 4 oz = 114 g)

Ashworth Sweet Corn 28g

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Ashworth Sweet Corn 28g
Model: 41101
Price: $3.25

(yellow) 69 days. An early maturing, widely adapted sweet corn with good flavor and dependability. Stalks average 5 ft. with 1-2 ears (6-7 in. long) containing 12 rows of yellow kernels per ear. Pkt (28 g).

Asiatic and Turban Garlic Sampler

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Asiatic and Turban Garlic Sampler
Model: 92506
Price: $29.95

Ships in fall. These will be the earliest garlics ready to harvest in your garden. They grow big and mature early all at once like onions. The flavors are strong and hot raw, but smooth and mellow baked. A must try for Southern gardeners. This sampler includes ½ lb each of 3 different ... more info

Aster, Crego Giant Mixed Colors 0.1 g

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Aster, Crego Giant Mixed Colors 0.1 g
Model: 01101
Price: $2.25

( Callistephus chinensis )Very popular old favorite with large showy blooms in a mix of 6 colors. Tall plants up to 3 ft. Excellent cut flowers. Pkt (0.1 g, 46 seeds) Culture: Annual. Germination: 70°F, 9 days. Full sun. Direct sow or transplant. Space 6-12 in. apart. 85 days.

Aster, Powder Puff Mixed Colors 0.1 g

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Aster, Powder Puff Mixed Colors 0.1 g
Model: 01133
Price: $2.25

( Callistephus chinensis ) Double blooms in 7 colors: white, pink, rose, peach, crimson red, sky blue, and medium blue on 3 ft. tall plants. Excellent cut flowers for bouquets. Pkt (0.1 g, 50 seeds) Culture: Annual. Germination: 70°F, 9 days. Full sun. Direct sow or transplant. Space 6-12 in. ... more info

Astragalus (Chinese Milk Vetch) 0.2 g

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Astragalus (Chinese Milk Vetch) 0.2 g
Model: 71283
Price: $2.75

( Astragalus membranaceus ) Legume with reclining, spreading growth habit. Medicinal: The 4th or 5th year root is a traditional Chinese herb, Huang Qi, used since ancient times to increase and tonify qi. Said to be a deep immune system activator. Pkt (0.02 g, 50 seeds) Culture: Perennial. Scarify ... more info

Atkinson Tomato 0.16 g

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Atkinson Tomato 0.16 g
Model: 49212
Price: $2.75

(fw1,rkn,gls) 70 days. (Indeterminate) [Introduced 1966 for hot humid areas by Alabama’s Auburn U.] An excellent producer of 6-10 oz flattened globular red fruit on vigorous plants with heavy foliage. Medium fruits keep well, meaty with good color and flavor. Pkt.

Aunt Ada's Italian Pole Snap Bean 28 g

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Aunt Ada's Italian Pole Snap Bean 28 g
Model: 13520
Price: $3.25


Aunt Bea's Pole Snap Bean 28 g

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Aunt Bea's Pole Snap Bean 28 g
Model: 13518
Price: $3.25

72 days. [Family heirloom, original seed courtesy of Gil Gillespie via sisters Beatrice and Bernice Heuser who brought the beans from Louisiana to Norfolk, VA ~1960.] 4-6 in. curved pods, green with purple streaks. Vigorous plants, give this one extra space on the trellis. “Rebranching” habit ... more info

Aunt Lou's Underground Railroad Tomato 0.16 g

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Aunt Lou's Underground Railroad Tomato 0.16 g
Model: 49240
Price: $2.50

82 days. (Indeterminate) [Heirloom carried through the Underground Railroad by an unnamed black man as he crossed to freedom in Ripley, OH, from KY. Seeds were passed on to Aunt Lou, who passed them on to her great nephew, and eventually on to heirloom tomato enthusiast Gary Millwood.] Dark pink, ... more info

Aunt Mary's Sweet Corn 28 g

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Aunt Mary's Sweet Corn 28 g
Model: 41102
Price: $3.25

(white) 69 days. [Ohio heirloom, Our stock is from the original 1800s native strain. Later selected for canning and commercial seed sales.] Aunt Mary’s has attracted a loyal following among gardeners and seed savers. 6-8 ft. sturdy stalks, 1-2 ears/stalk, 6-8 in. ears, most with 12-14 rows of ... more info


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