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Fantastic as an early bunching carrot. Can be over-wintered or grown in high tunnels for a spring harvest.
Early Wonder produces high yields of crimson red beets! This beet is great for boiling, pickling, baking, and freezing.
Bloomsdale spinach is an old favorite amongst gardeners. The Bloomsdale has excellent flavor and produces large quantities of tasty leaves.
This cabbage is known for its solid head and excellent flavor. Big cabbage, it is a good keeper and the standard late season variety.
This cauliflower is known for vigorous, rapid growth and long harvest. It's head is snow-white that measures 7-8".
A "Garlic Lovers" garlic! This garlic is prized for it's mild flavor and ease of peeling.
A fantastic garlic holds its shape and flavor well when cooked. Stores well. Regarded by some as the best all around garlic variety. Beautiful color.
Produces compact dark green central head, with many lateral or side shoots over a long season. Good in short season areas with cool nights.
Large open heads that are great for cooking or freezing. The Georgia Southern collard is vitamin rich, sweet, not bitter, heat tolerant, and frost hardy.
Sweetens after frost. Delicious chopped and mixed with mash potatoes.
The uniquely flavored white flesh is best when bulbs are 3" in diameter.
The earliest maturing radish. Garden standard. This radish is an early mature that retains fine eating quality all season.
Produces stalks of orange, red, white, and pinnk! Bright Lights will grow up to 20 inches.
Narrow green leaf, very tasty and non-pungent.
A mixture of light green to emerald, and bronze to deep red lettuces to which we add endive and radicchio for zesty flavor.
Buttercrunch has thick green leaves and small, tight head. It maintains its sweetness well when grown in the heat of summer.