Bloomsdale Spinach
Bloomsdale Spinach

Bloomsdale Spinach (45 days) A true Bloomsdale Savoy type with glossy dark green leaves. Heirloom For the spring crop, seed should be planted February to April. For the fall crop, seed should be planted August to November 15. Drill seed … Continued

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Detroit Red Beet
Detroit Red Beet

Detroit Red Beets (68 days) The standard variety for truckers, shippers, canners, and home gardeners. Attractive roots are globular, smooth, uniform. Color deep oxblood red. Fresh dark red with indistinct lighter red zones. Heirloom A cold season crop. Plant seeds … Continued

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Winter Rape
Winter Rape

Winter Rape, or Hanover Salad is a good forage plant for all kinds of stock, especially sheep and hogs. Grows quickly and in almost any type of soil. Plant 4 lbs. in rows or broadcast 10 lbs. from August to … Continued

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Clemson Spineless Okra
Clemson Spineless Okra

Clemson Spineless Okra (55 days) Developed by the S. C. Agricultural Experiment Station, this fine variety won All-America selection when introduced. Plants 41⁄2 ft. Pods rich green and spineless. Excellent quality. Heirloom A warm season crop that should not be … Continued

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Tendergreen Mustard
Tendergreen Mustard

Tendergreen Mustard (35 days) Widely known as the quickest growing salad crop. Under favorable conditions tendergreen can be ready for the table in less than 5 weeks. Crisp, tender and delicious, this popular variety is also very high in nutritive … Continued

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Hen Pecked Mustard
Hen Pecked Mustard

Old Fashioned Hen Pecked Mustard (40 days) The fine quality of this variety accounts for its long lasting popularity. It is sometimes referred to as Hen Peck and Old Fashion Ragged Edge Mustard. The leaves are long and ruffled. Bolts … Continued

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Florida Broadleaf Mustard
Florida Broadleaf Mustard

Florida Broadleaf Mustard (45 days) Large, upright, bright green leaves, thick and smooth. Many prefer the smooth variety because it’s easier to clean than the curled types. Sow February to October, 1⁄4 inch deep, broadcast, or in drills 18 inches … Continued

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Southern Giant Curly Mustard
Southern Giant Curly Mustard

Southern Giant Curled Mustard (40 days) This splendid variety continues to be the most popular mustard for the South. The large, erectly held bright green leaves are finely curled at the edges. In addition to being resistant to cold the … Continued

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White Egg Turnip
White Egg Turnip

White Egg Turnip (45 days) A splendid quick- growing egg-shaped variety, with pure white skin. Sow January to April and again July through October. Any good, loose textured soil is satisfactory. Drill seed 1⁄4 inch deep and about 1⁄2 inch … Continued

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Seven Top Turnip
Seven Top Turnip

Seven Top Turnip(45 days) Makes plenty of leaf and sprouts in the spring, tender and tasty as Turnip greens. Heirloom Sow January to April and again July through October. Any good, loose textured soil is satisfactory. Drill seed 1⁄4 inch … Continued

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Purple Top Turnip
Purple Top Turnip

Purple Top White Globe Turnip (55 days) Roots globe shaped and flesh pure white. For table use pull when about 2 inches in diameter. Can be grown much larger for stock feeding. Heirloom Sow January to April and again July … Continued

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Radish
Radish

Early Scarlet Globe Radish (23 days) Roots slightly olive shaped and a rich, bright, scarlet. Flesh white, crisp and tender. Grows quickly and evenly, ready in just over 4 weeks under normal conditions. Recommended for early planting for the home garden … Continued

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