Vegetable Seeds

Vegetable Seeds

  • Achocha/Caihua Pods - (Cyclanthera pedata)
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    Achocha/Caihua Seeds - (Cyclanthera pedata)

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    Achocha - The Unknown Cucumber Relative Achocha/Caihua (pronounced kai-wa) is a slender tropical vine with long tendrils for climbing originally from South America. Domesticated in the Andes, it spread throughout Colombia and Bolivia in...
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  • Alaska Pea - (Pisum sativum)
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    Alaska Pea Seeds - (Pisum sativum)

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    Alaska Pea - Earliest Pea The Alaska pea was originally known as "Earliest of All" in England where it was bred to be extremely early by Thomas Laxton around 1883. It was renamed Alaska when introduced into the American market. Interestingly, the...
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  • All the Onions by Betty Jacobs
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    All the Onions by Betty Jacobs

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    All the Onions The onion is one of the oldest domestic vegetables known to man, with hundreds of cultivated varieties. They all vary in appearance, flavor, pungency and how long they keep. This short book will guide you through selecting the right type...
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  • Alpine Strawberry 'Ruegen' - (Fragaria vesca)
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    Alpine Strawberry 'Ruegen' Seeds - (Fragaria vesca)

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    Alpine Strawberry 'Ruegen'  The Ruegen is an improved strain of the famous Alpine Strawberry with intensely delicious fruit on beautiful, naturally ever-bearing, compact plants without runners. Clusters of large, white flowers followed by...
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  • Amish Deer Tongue Lettuce - (Latuca sativa)
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    Amish Deer Tongue Lettuce Seeds - (Latuca sativa)

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    Amish Deer Tongue Lettuce - Don't Let the Name Stop Your From Growing It! Medium green triangular leaves that form a loose upright head with a pleasant flavor. This heat tolerant variety is less prone to bolting in warmer weather and is tolerant to...
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  • Anaheim Pepper - (Capsicum annuum)
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    Anaheim Hot Pepper Seeds - (Capsicum annuum)

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    Anaheim Hot Pepper - Stuffing Pepper Fairly sweet, only slightly spicy, this pepper is a good producer. It is the most dependably mild, large stuffing pepper. Broad shouldered thick fleshed fruits that taper to a blunt, rounded tip and ripen from dark...
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  • Anasazi Bush Bean Seeds - (Phaseolus vulgaris)
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    Anasazi Bush Bean Seeds - (Phaseolus vulgaris)

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    Anasazi Bush Bean The Anasazi Bean is a beautiful maroon and white bean, similar to Jacob's cattle bean. Identified as one of the few cultivated crops grown by the Anasazi cliff dwellers. Sweet flavor, meaty and nutty. Our favorite cooking...
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  • Apellewa Quinoa - (Chenopodium quinoa)
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    Apellewa Quinoa Seeds - (Chenopodium quinoa)

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    Apellewa Quinoa - Mother Grain Stout 3' plants produce medium to large yields of very plump seeds with pale pink to cream seed-heads . Details With its large seed-heads and broad leaves it looks something like a cross between sorghum and spinach. It...
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  • Armenian Pale Green Cucumbers - (Cucumis melo)
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    Armenian Pale Green Cucumber Seeds - (Cucumis melo)

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    Armenian Pale Green Cucumber - The Burp-less Wonder The Armenian is known as the Burp-less Cucumber. Light-green, heavily ribbed, 3-4” in diameter, best to harvest at 12-18” long, mild flavor, easily digested-skin, fluted slices,...
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  • Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry - (Physalis pruinosa)
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    Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry - (Physalis pruinosa)

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    Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry has small, golden fruits with papery husks (like tomatillos) and a sweet-tart, slightly citrus flavor, ripen a golden-orange and store up to 3 months in their husks. Great in hot desserts, even over ice cream. Harvest the...
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