Black Seed Simpson Lettuce
Black Seed Simpson Lettuce

Black Seed Simpson Lettuce (50 days) Plants are early medium large, compact and vigorous. The leaves, light green, large, frilled and curled form a compact bunch in the center of the plant. Heirloom A cold hardy crop. Fall seeding (August- … Continued

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Buttercrunch Lettuce
Buttercrunch Lettuce

Buttercrunch Lettuce (60 days) All-American winner. A distinctive and remarkable variety everyone can grow. It is vigorous and dependable, yet with flavor and quality not found in ordinary lettuce. The leaves are large, broad, dark green, good to eat, but … Continued

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Oak Leaf Lettuce
Oak Leaf Lettuce

Oak Leaf Lettuce (38 – 60 days) Tight rosettes of medium dark green deeply lobed oak leaf shaped leaves, very resistant to hot weather, long standing, never bitter, still fine quality late in summer, upright plant. Heirloom A cold hardy … Continued

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Mesclun Mix Lettuce
Mesclun Mix Lettuce

Mesclun Mix (60 – 65 days) Prizehead, Oak Leaf, Red Salad Bowl, and Cimmaron Lettuces; Arugula, Endive and Cress in this mixture. A cold hardy crop. Fall seeding (August- September) stands through winter. Spring crop is seeded in cold frame … Continued

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Poisett Cucumber
Poisett Cucumber

Poinsett Cucumber (60 days) Breeding lines from Ashley, Polaris and others with good vigor. Poinsett has a high degree of resistance to diseases and produces excellently shaped and colored slicing cucumbers for the home garden or the most critical markets. … Continued

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Ashley Cucumber
Ashley Cucumber

Ashley Cucumber (60 days) One of the best long green slicers for garden or market. 6-7” dark green fruit. Downy mildew resistance. May be grown on a wide range of soil, but a sandy loam with pH 5.5 to 6.5 … Continued

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Rutabaga
Rutabaga

American Purple Top Yellow Rutabaga (88 days) The flesh is rich and sweet, retains its excellent flavor until late in the spring. Harvest when roots are 4-6.” Heirloom Sow January to April and again July through October. Any good, loose textured … Continued

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Smooth Kale
Smooth Kale

Smooth Kale (35 days) Also called plain Kale, Spring Sprouts, and Hanover Salad. It can be sown in the spring or fall as it stands extreme cold. A quick growing smooth leaved variety, very sweet and tender and should be … Continued

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Curly Siberian Kale
Curly Siberian Kale

Siberian Kale (60 days) The hardiest of all leafy vegetables. Plant early spring or fall, drilled as turnips for salad. Kale withstands more heat and cold. The flavor is similar to that of turnip salad and it exceeds spinach in … Continued

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Cress Salad
Cress Salad

Cress Salad (60 days) A hardy aquatic perennial adapted to cool, moist situations. Plant grows about 4 inches high and has small notched and oval shaped leaves, slightly pungent. Excellent in salads and as a garnish. Similar in appearance and … Continued

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Georgia Collards
Georgia Collards

Georgia Collards (90 days) This collard will not winter-kill and also grows fine during hot weather. The plant has medium height, a cluster of loose folding tender leaves forms the head. Heirloom grow best during cold seasons, but may be … Continued

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Morris Heading Collards
Morris Heading Collards

Morris Heading Collards (85 days) Plants are compact producing heavy heads on short stems and can be set closer in the rows, increasing the tonnage per acre. Leaves are slightly savoyed, darker green than ordinary collards and the flavor is … Continued

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