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Black Amber Cane Sorghum 1/4 lb

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Black Amber Cane Sorghum 1/4 lb
Model: 72606F
Price: $11.50

bulk size now sold out for 2015 99 days. [Heirloom sent to us from R.C. Mauldin of the Southwestern Seed Service Lab in Waco, TX. Reintroduced by SESE 1997.] One of the earliest sweet canes introduced to American agriculture. Milky sweet, used primarily as a syrup sorghum. As a silage crop it has ... more info

Black Amber Cane Sorghum 7 g

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Black Amber Cane Sorghum 7 g
Model: 72606
Price: $2.50

99 days. [Heirloom sent to us from R.C. Mauldin of the Southwestern Seed Service Lab in Waco, TX. Reintroduced by SESE 1997.] One of the earliest sweet canes introduced to American agriculture. Milky sweet, used primarily as a syrup sorghum. As a silage crop it has the hay and wild game quality of ... more info

Black Beauty Eggplant 0.25 g

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Black Beauty Eggplant 0.25 g
Model: 45101
Price: $2.35

74 days. [1902] Fruits are dark purple, high-quality, and of fine flavor. Dependable, well adapted to the Mid-Atlantic and the South. Produces up to 15 fruits per plant. Fruits are 6½ x 5 in. and may weigh up to 3 lbs, but best harvested when smaller. Pkt.

Black Beauty Eggplant 3 g

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Black Beauty Eggplant 3 g
Model: 45101B
Price: $5.50

74 days. [1902] Fruits are dark purple, high-quality, and of fine flavor. Dependable, well adapted to the Mid-Atlantic and the South. Produces up to 15 fruits per plant. Fruits are 6½ x 5 in. and may weigh up to 3 lbs, but best harvested when smaller. (3 g)

Black Brandywine Tomato 0.16 g

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Black Brandywine Tomato 0.16 g
Model: 49233
Price: $2.95

85 days. [1920s PA heirloom. Cross between Brandywine and Fejee Improved tomato. William Woys Weaver’s grandfather obtained seed from the breeder, Dr. Harold E. Martin.] Indeterminate. Large dusky rose/ purple fruit with rich, sweet flavor and good yields. Pkt.

Black Hollyhock

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Black Hollyhock
Model: 01109
Price: $2.50

( Alcea rosea ) [Pre-1830] Magnificent spikes of satiny blue-black single flowers form the second year from first-year leafy 18 in. leaf rosettes. Flowers may be used for tea. Pkt (0.25 g, 25 seeds) Culture: Biennial. Germination: 60°F, 14-21 days. Full sun. Direct sow or transplant. Grows best ... more info

Black Mexican (Mexican Sweet, Black Iroquois) Sweet Corn 1/4 lb

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Black Mexican (Mexican Sweet, Black Iroquois) Sweet Corn 1/4 lb
Model: 41103F
Price: $6.25

(Mexican Sweet, Black Iroquois) (white at edible stage) 76 days. [1864. Despite its name, it appears to have originated in upper NY, and was probably derived from Iroquois Black Puckers. The name may have been given by a seed company trying to give novelty to its seed offerings, a practice not ... more info

Black Mexican (Mexican Sweet, Black Iroquois) Sweet Corn 28g

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Black Mexican (Mexican Sweet, Black Iroquois) Sweet Corn 28g
Model: 41103
Price: $3.25

(Mexican Sweet, Black Iroquois) (white at edible stage) 76 days. [1864. Despite its name, it appears to have originated in upper NY, and was probably derived from Iroquois Black Puckers. The name may have been given by a seed company trying to give novelty to its seed offerings, a practice not ... more info

Black Plum Paste/ Processing Tomato 0.16 g

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Black Plum Paste/ Processing Tomato 0.16 g
Model: 49205
Price: $2.75

70-80 days. (Indeterminate) [Russian heirloom.] Prolific producer of 1 oz elongated deep mahogany-brown fruit. Color develops best in hot dry weather. Rich, complex, full- bodied flavor. Perfect for sauce, drying, or eating out of hand. Pkt.

Black Plum Paste/ Processing Tomato 1.5 g

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Black Plum Paste/ Processing Tomato 1.5 g
Model: 49205A
Price: $5.50

70-80 days. (Indeterminate) [Russian heirloom.] Prolific producer of 1 oz elongated deep mahogany-brown fruit. Color develops best in hot dry weather. Rich, complex, full-bodied flavor. Perfect for sauce, drying, or eating out of hand. (1.5 g)

Black Prince Tomato 0.16 g

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Black Prince Tomato 0.16 g
Model: 49180
Price: $2.75

69 days. (Indeterminate) [A garden jewel from Irkutsk, Siberia.] Deep reddish-brown fruits, grading to dark brown or black on the shoulders. Interior color varies from dark red to a translucent chestnut brown. 7 oz fruits with juicy, tender texture and appealing fruity flavor. Pkt.

Black Spanish Round Fall Radish 7 g

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Black Spanish Round Fall Radish 7 g
Model: 28102
Price: $2.25

53 days [Pre1824] Round roots grows 3-4 in. or larger in diameter. Firm, white flesh and thin, nearly black skin. Very hardy, an excellent winter keeper. Flesh is crisp and pungent. Pkt (7 g).

Black Turtle Bush Dry Bean 1/2 lb

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Black Turtle Bush Dry Bean 1/2 lb
Model: 13407G
Price: $9.25

100 days. Great soup bean. Small, black beans, 4-5 per pod. Seeds have a very delicate skin, and when cooked, make a creamy soup. Good drought tolerance, some bean beetle resistance. (½ lb = 8 oz = 228 g)

Black Turtle Bush Dry Bean 1/4 lb

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Black Turtle Bush Dry Bean 1/4 lb
Model: 13407F
Price: $5.50

100 days. Great soup bean. Small, black beans, 4-5 per pod. Seeds have a very delicate skin, and when cooked, make a creamy soup. Good drought tolerance, some bean beetle resistance. (¼ lb = 4 oz = 114 g)

Black Turtle Bush Dry Bean 28 g

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Black Turtle Bush Dry Bean 28 g
Model: 13407
Price: $2.95

100 days. Great soup bean. Small, black beans, 4-5 per pod. Seeds have a very delicate skin, and when cooked, make a creamy soup. Good drought tolerance, some bean beetle resistance. Pkt (175 seeds)

Black-Seeded Kentucky Wonder Pole Snap Bean 28 g

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Black-Seeded Kentucky Wonder Pole Snap Bean 28 g
Model: 13511
Price: $3.25

84 days. [Central Ohio heirloom. Original seed from Tom Knoche’s Aunt Marge, who kept this variety alive for 60 years.] Germinates well in cool soil. Good flavor and texture. 6-8 in. stringless, fleshy, fiberless pods. Pkt (90 seeds)

Black-Seeded Simpson Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g

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Black-Seeded Simpson Looseleaf Lettuce 0.5 g
Model: 62102
Price: $2.25

49 days. [~1850] An old standard and one of the earliest loose-leaf types. Good for early spring planting for the first lettuce of the season but quality declines in heat or late plantings. Still a popular variety. Pkt.

Black-Seeded Simpson Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g

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Black-Seeded Simpson Looseleaf Lettuce 7 g
Model: 62102C
Price: $5.50

49 days. [~1850] An old standard and one of the earliest loose-leaf types. Good for early spring planting for the first lettuce of the season but quality declines in heat or late plantings. Still a popular variety. (7 g)

Blacktail Mountain Watermelon 1 g

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Blacktail Mountain Watermelon 1 g
Model: 55113
Price: $2.50

73 days. [1977, developed by Glenn Drowns] Small-fruited, earliest of all. An excellent small, fast maturing, highly productive watermelon that can be successfully grown in cool short season areas or southern hot, humid, areas. The earliest of 114 varieties that Glenn Drowns grew in 1994. Round 9 ... more info

Bloody Butcher Dent Corn 1 lb

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Bloody Butcher Dent Corn 1 lb
Model: 41302H
Price: $12.75

(red) 120 days. [1845. Originally from Virginia.] Stalks grow 10-12 ft. tall producing 2 ears per stalk. Kernels are blood-red with darker red stripes, and occasional white or blue kernels. For flour, cereal, or roasting ears. (1 lb = 454 g)

Bloody Butcher Dent Corn 1/2 lb

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Bloody Butcher Dent Corn 1/2 lb
Model: 41302G
Price: $8.50

(red) 120 days. [1845. Originally from Virginia.] Stalks grow 10-12 ft. tall producing 2 ears per stalk. Kernels are blood-red with darker red stripes, and occasional white or blue kernels. For flour, cereal, or roasting ears. (½ lb = 8 oz = 228 g)

Bloody Butcher Dent Corn 4 lbs

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Bloody Butcher Dent Corn 4 lbs
Model: 41302K
Price: $44.00

(red) 120 days. [1845. Originally from Virginia.] Stalks grow 10-12 ft. tall producing 2 ears per stalk. Kernels are blood-red with darker red stripes, and occasional white or blue kernels. For flour, cereal, or roasting ears. (4 lbs = 1816 g)

Bloody Butcher Dent Corn 42 g

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Bloody Butcher Dent Corn 42 g
Model: 41302
Price: $2.75

(red) 120 days. [1845. Originally from Virginia.] Stalks grow 10-12 ft. tall producing 2 ears per stalk. Kernels are blood-red with darker red stripes, and occasional white or blue kernels. For flour, cereal, or roasting ears. Pkt (42 g = 1.5 oz, 170 seeds)

Bloomsdale Spinach 28 g

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Bloomsdale Spinach 28 g
Model: 67105E
Price: $5.50

47 days. [Pre-1908] One of the most popular spinach varieties, favored by chefs. Crinkled glossy dark-green leaves. Withstands heat or cold and is slow to bolt. (28 g)

Bloomsdale Spinach 5 g

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Bloomsdale Spinach 5 g
Model: 67105
Price: $2.25

47 days. [Pre-1908] One of the most popular spinach varieties, favored by chefs. Crinkled glossy dark-green leaves. Withstands heat or cold and is slow to bolt. Pkt.


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