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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)

Blue Clarage (Ohio Blue Clarage) Dent Corn 1 lb

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Blue Clarage (Ohio Blue Clarage) Dent Corn 1 lb
Model: 41303H
Price: $12.75

(blue) 100 days. [Developed west of the Appalachians in the Ohio and W. Virginia area ~1830-50.] A highly uniform, semi-dent corn. Solid blue, medium-sized ears on 7 ft. stalks, 1 ear/stalk. Originally developed as a meal and feed corn, it has a higher sugar content than most dent corns, and may be ... more info

Blue Clarage (Ohio Blue Clarage) Dent Corn 1/2 lb

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Blue Clarage (Ohio Blue Clarage) Dent Corn 1/2 lb
Model: 41303G
Price: $8.50

(blue) 100 days. [Developed west of the Appalachians in the Ohio and W. Virginia area ~1830- ’50.] A highly uniform, semi-dent corn. Solid blue, medium-sized ears on 7 ft. stalks, 1 ear/stalk. Originally developed as a meal and feed corn, it has a higher sugar content than most dent corns, and ... more info

Blue Clarage (Ohio Blue Clarage) Dent Corn 4 lbs

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Blue Clarage (Ohio Blue Clarage) Dent Corn 4 lbs
Model: 41303K
Price: $44.00

(blue) 100 days. [Developed west of the Appalachians in the Ohio and W. Virginia area ~1830- ’50.] A highly uniform, semi-dent corn. Solid blue, medium-sized ears on 7 ft. stalks, 1 ear/stalk. Originally developed as a meal and feed corn, it has a higher sugar content than most dent corns, and ... more info

Blue Clarage (Ohio Blue Clarage) Dent Corn 42 g

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Blue Clarage (Ohio Blue Clarage) Dent Corn 42 g
Model: 41303
Price: $2.75

(blue) 100 days. [Developed west of the Appalachians in the Ohio and W. Virginia area ~1830- ’50.] A highly uniform, semi-dent corn. Solid blue, medium-sized ears on 7 ft. stalks, 1 ear/stalk. Originally developed as a meal and feed corn, it has a higher sugar content than most dent corns, and ... more info

Blue Coco Pole Snap Bean 28 g

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Blue Coco Pole Snap Bean 28 g
Model: 13752
Price: $3.25

59 days. [Pre-1775 French heirloom.] The name refers to the bluish-purple color of the pods and the chocolate (coco) color of the seeds. Purple-tinged leaves. Fleshy, slightly curved flattened pods range from 6 to 7½ in. long, and have a nice meaty flavor. Produces under hot, dry conditions. ... more info

Blue Lake Bush (Blue Lake 274) Bush Snap Bean 1/4 lb

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Blue Lake Bush (Blue Lake 274) Bush Snap Bean 1/4 lb
Model: 13104F
Price: $4.50

52 days. A vigorous bush producing round straight pods with fine flavor. Prolific. Resistant to bean mosaic virus. 15-18 in. plant with mostly stringless 6-8 in. pods. Excellent for freezing or canning. (¼ lb = 4 oz = 114 g)

Blue Lake Bush (Blue Lake 274) Bush Snap Bean 28g

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Blue Lake Bush (Blue Lake 274) Bush Snap Bean 28g
Model: 13104
Price: $2.50

52 days. A vigorous bush producing round straight pods with fine flavor. Prolific. Resistant to bean mosaic virus. 15-18 in. plant with mostly stringless 6-8 in. pods. Excellent for freezing or canning. Pkt (14 g, 60 seeds)

Blush Eggplant 0.25 g

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Blush Eggplant 0.25 g
Model: 45403
Price: $2.50

85 days. Fruits are creamy-white inside and out, with a lavender blush when ripe. Fine- flavored flesh and long cylindrical shape make it perfect for slicing and stuffing. Pkt.

Bodacious RM - sugary enhanced hybrid Sweet Corn 1/4 lb

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Bodacious RM - sugary enhanced hybrid Sweet Corn 1/4 lb
Model: 41904F
Price: $6.50

(yellow) 74 days. Sweet, tender, golden kernels. 18 rows/ear. Ears are 8 in. long on sturdy 7 ft. stalks. Good disease resistance. For best germination, avoid planting during early cold spells. 1/4 lb = 4 oz = 114 g.

Bodacious RM - sugary enhanced hybrid Sweet Corn 28 g

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Bodacious RM - sugary enhanced hybrid Sweet Corn 28 g
Model: 41904
Price: $3.50

(yellow) 74 days. Sweet, tender, golden kernels. 18 rows/ear. Ears are 8 in. long on sturdy 7 ft. stalks. Good disease resistance. For best germination, avoid planting during early cold spells. Pkt.

Bolloso Napoletano Basil 0.15 g

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Bolloso Napoletano Basil 0.15 g
Model: 71111
Price: $2.50

This variety comes from Naples and is highly prized for its strong flavor. Giant rumpled 6 in. leaves are great for pesto, though the thick leaves are harder to dry than most. Vigorous 3 ft. plants are pest-resistant and slow to flower. Pkt (0.15 g, 180 seeds)

Borage 1 g

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Borage 1 g
Model: 71205
Price: $2.25

( Borago officinalis ) 80 days. Borage is a bushy herb with bright blue edible flowers. The plant has been used to attract bumble bee pollinators to garden plots. The leaves can be used sparingly to add a cucumber-like flavor in salads, or for flavoring cool drinks. Medicinal: Seeds contain over ... more info

Boston Pickling Pickling Cucumber 2 g

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Boston Pickling Pickling Cucumber 2 g
Model: 51506
Price: $2.25

58 days. (cmv) [1880] Medium-green, blunt-shaped fruits are crisp and mild, and just the right size for pickling. Not as rampant as some, but still very productive. Pkt.

Bowling Red Okra 28 g

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Bowling Red Okra 28 g
Model: 69125E
Price: $6.50

57 days. [Grown by the Bowling family of Virginia since the 1920s.] Early, productive, and beautiful - one of the best okras in the Kerr Center’s trial of 30 heirloom varieties. Long, slim, tender red pods. 7-8 ft. plants have red stems and red-veined leaves. 28 g.

Bowling Red Okra 4 g

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Bowling Red Okra 4 g
Model: 69125
Price: $2.50

57 days. [Grown by the Bowling family of Virginia since the 1920s.] Early, productive, and beautiful - one of the best okras in the Kerr Center’s trial of 30 heirloom varieties. Long, slim, tender red pods. 7-8 ft. plants have red stems and red-veined leaves. Pkt

Bradshaw Sweet Potato 6 Slips

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Bradshaw Sweet Potato 6 Slips
Model: 74103a
Price: $10.00

Ships late spring. 120 Days. [Developed from a Mahon variety by Dr. David Bradshaw, retired horticulture professor at Clemson University.] This outstanding variety has creamy, sweet, and moist orange flesh and an unusual 7-lobed leaf. In our minimal irrigation trials during the droughty summer of ... more info

Brandywine (Sudduth Strain) Tomato 0.16 g

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Brandywine (Sudduth Strain) Tomato 0.16 g
Model: 49104
Price: $2.95

74 days. (Indeterminate) [TN heirloom popularized by Ben Quisenberry.] Prized for distinctively flavorful fruit, highly rated in our taste trials. ‘Brandywine’ has achieved a national reputation as the flavor standard for tomatoes. Dark reddish-pink, 10-12 oz. fruits. Potato leaf vines are not ... more info


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