The Amish Pie Squash is an heirloom winter squash that originated in 1999 from an Amish gardener in the mountain region of Maryland.
The Bloody Butcher corn's kernels are deep red and can be used for roasting or frying when young but generally used for flour or corn meal.
The Blue Lake FM-1K Pole is a stringless pole bean that is known for its reliability, disease resistance, flavor and high yields.
The Brunswick is a large cabbage that can be grown spring, summer and fall that is used for making sauerkraut, making it excellent for home or market use!
The smooth meaty texture of the Cannolini Pole bean is a favorite for shelling and cooking, especially ideal for Minestrone and other soups and stew.
The Churchill Brussels sprout is an early maturing Brussels sprout that produces flavorful, medium green, smooth, large heads.
The Festival Winter Squash's flesh is peach-colored, similar to an acorn squash but with a sweet flavor and better texture.
The Golden Hubbard Squash is probably the best eating quality squash, and the tastiest, of all the other Hubbards around!