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Lemon Grass can be used in teas, beverages, soups, and other dishes. Can reach up to 6 feet tall.
Start seed early indoors. Plants tolerate light frost; set outside early.
Strong flavor and a chefs favorite!
Ripens perfect fruits dramatically earlier than other varieties.
Sage is grown mainly for seasoning in rich meats and sausages. Has fragrant gray-green leaves and spikes of purple flowers.
Most popular okra found in home gardens and markets!
The Sunflower All Sorts mix is a beautiful combination of some of great varieties. A perfect blend of size and beauty will make any landscape breathtaking!
A tall plant with massive flowers. The Sunflower Mammoth grows upwards of 12 feet.
The fruit is white long and bitter free. Can be eaten fresh if picked young.
Italian heirloom, round fruit, deep violet skin, mild tasting white flesh.
Used in salads, stews, sauces, and pickles. Excellent for poultry and fish dishes too.
A very popular, semi-spicy pepper!
Large plants bear hundreds of small edible flowers, mostly blue and some pink. Mild cucumber flavor for salads and garnishes.
Velvet Queen can measuring up to 8 inches across and very, very freely borne all summer long, these flowers are unforgettable in the garden or vase.
A hot, sweet pepper with great taste!
Beautiful sunflower with golden orange petals.
A beefy, thick walled tomato with low acid content.
Cherry rose, golden, peach melba and primrose flowers! Nasturtium is a very beautiful and vibrant flower that stands out in all yards.
The Sunflower Autumn Beauty is a strong stemmed bloom that grows on tall branching plants producing an abundance of cut flowers for casual bouquets.
A reliable and fast growing celery variety!
A great salad tomato that grows in clusters!
Liberty Classic snapdragons make excellent garden plants. Bedding plant growers appreciate the uniformity of bloom time across the series.
A tender and delicious pod.
One of the most tender and delicious bicolor corn you can grow.