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TABLE OF CONTENTS

2 HERBS

7 GREENS

11 FRUIT

13 TOMATOES

20 PEPPERS

25 CUCUMBERS, SUMMER SQUASH & ZUCCHINI

27 VEGETABLES

30 ONIONS & SHALLOTS

  1. EGGPLANT

  2. WINTER SQUASH & PUMPKINS

36 FLOWERS


HERBS


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ANISE HYSSOP


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70-80 Days to Maturity.


This herb has lovely purple flowers that bees and butterflies frequent. It is used to make one of the best herb teas as the leaves possess a naturally sweet, anise taste and fragrance.

Anise hyssop tea induces sweating and strengthens the heart and was used also for fevers, colds, and by Native Americans as a cough medicine.

Many uses, including medicinal. The plant is easy to grow and tolerates most conditions.


Available in 4-packs, $4/each

or individual soil blocks, $3/each

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BASIL


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?Genovese?

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68 Days to Maturity. Classic Italian variety.

Authentic flavor and appearance. Tall and relatively slow to bolt with large dark-green leaves about 3" long. This common strain of Genovese basil can present some variability in leaf shape and plant size. Ht. 24-30".


Edible Flowers upon bloom. Use the flowers in any recipe that calls for basil, or to garnish drinks, salads, soups, pasta, and desserts.

Flavor is of intense basil.


Available in 3? pots through the summer,

$3/ each

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BASIL


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?Sweet Thai?

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63 Days to Maturity.


Lovely potted herb, edible bedding plant and cut flower!


Gorgeous narrow green leaves with vivid dark purple stems and blossoms; adored by bees. Leaves are 2" long and plants reach 12-18" tall.


Available in 4? pots, $4/each


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BORAGE


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60 Days to Maturity.


Edible flower with mild cucumber flavor. Large plants bear hundreds of small edible flowers that are great in sun tea! The flowers and leaves have a mild cucumber flavor. Long harvest period. Borage flowers attract bees and butterflies.


Available in 4-packs, $4/each

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CHAMOMILE


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?Zolty Lan?

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60 Days to Maturity.


This Polish chamomile is bigger and higher yielding than the standard and is easy to grow. It has a wonderful aroma and is used to make teas. Chamomile has a high level of essential oils. The compounds in this herb have been extensively studied for their health benefits.


Available in 4-packs, $4/each

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CHIVES


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60-80 Days to Maturity.


Medium to full-size leaves excellent for dressing up soups or as a garnish. Quick growing and a good choice for greenhouse growers or those who prefer a heavy chive. Great for freezing and drying. Can tolerate partial shade. Hardy in Zones 3-8.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each or 4-packs, $4/each

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CHIVES, GARLIC


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60 Days to Maturity.


These winter-tolerant chives are great for home gardens. The leaves have delicious garlic flavor. Beautiful white flowers in early fall are beloved by bees and can be used as flavoring agents in oils and vinegars.


Available in 4-packs, $4/each


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CILANTRO


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?Cruiser?

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55 Days to Leaf, 100 Days to Seed.


Upright plant habit and excellent bolt resistance. Large leaves and sturdy stems make it an ideal bunching variety.


Available in 3? peat pots through the summer,

$3/ each

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CILANTRO


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?Leisure?

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55 Days to Leaf, 100 Days to Seed.


Reliable standard cilantro with exceptional bolt resistance and strong field holding quality.

Plants can reach 2' tall and have beautiful, bright green, feathery leaves. Leaves, stems, flowers, and seeds are edible and impart a zesty, aromatic flair to dishes. Great variety for cut and come again growing, especially in cooler weather.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each

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DILL


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?Teddy?

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45-55 Days to Leaf Harvest, 95-115 to Seed


Productive, slow-bolting dill with full, densely packed leaves. Compact spirals of thick leaflets surround each stem, providing a lush appearance. Excellent for full-size and baby- leaf production.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each

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FEVERFEW


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90 Days to Maturity.


Soft, sunny clouds of lemon yellow and white make this a cheerful self-sowing garden plant. Perfect cut flower or landscaping plant. Ideal for borders, mass planting and containers, the long lasting blooms are abundant and fill in a space with tufts of subtle color. A beautiful medicinal plant, traditionally used to treat headache. Excellent cut and dried flower.

Works in beds, borders, and containers. Available in 4-packs, $4/each


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LAVENDER


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?English?

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90 Days to Maturity.


Famous for fragrance, the lavender-colored blossoms are used in potpourris, soaps, etc. A great old-time cottage garden plant, it is winter hardy and tolerates poor soil and drought.

Works well in rock gardens or along pathways. Flowers are beloved by bees and can also be used as flavoring agents.


Available in 3? peat pots through the summer,

$4/each.

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LEMONGRASS


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75 Days to Maturity.


The famous, tropical lemon-flavored herb of Thai cuisine. It has long, slender, pale green stems that are thick and fleshy. We just love the wonderful flavor this herb adds to soups, curries and stir-fries. Harvest successively or just before first frost.


Available in 4-packs and 3? peat pots through the summer, $4/each.

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OREGANO


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?Greek Oregano?

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80 Days to Maturity.


Excellent culinary oregano with pungent, mouth-watering fragrance and flavor. This is the traditional full-flavored oregano for pizzas and tomato sauces. Low-growing plants have slightly furry dark green leaves with white flowers. Easy to dry, just harvest stems and hang in bundles. Hardy perennial.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each.

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OREGANO


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?Zaatar?

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80 Days to Maturity.


Native to the Mediterranean, where it has flavored meals for thousands of years.

Flavor combines those of sweet marjoram, thyme and oregano. It carries a bit of zing, and is a necessary ingredient in the condiment za?atar. Mix with sumac (grows wild here in Northern Michigan), toasted sesame seeds, salt and sometimes a few other herbs to make the sprightly topping so essential to Middle Eastern cuisine. Bushy tender perennial, hardy to Zone 10, grown as an annual here in Michigan. For the best flavor, harvest before its small white flowers appear.

Plant in a pot and bring indoors when the temperatures drop and you can keep it as a perennial. Zaatar oregano grows well in light soil of average fertility. It will not tolerate dry soils.


Available in individual soil blocks, $3/ each.


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PARSLEY


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?Darki?

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75 Days to Maturity


Market and culinary standard.


A very dark green selection of the Moss Curled type. Use it for garnishes, salads, and cooking. It performs well in containers and the field, allowing for multiple cuttings per season from one planting. Upright leaves make harvesting easy. Tolerates light frost. Ht. 12?16?


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each or 4-packs, $4/each

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PARSLEY


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?Italian Flat Leaf?

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70 Days to Maturity


Classic flat leaf variety for use either fresh or dried for seasoning.


Stems hold leaves upright for easy bunching. A very nutritious and tasty addition to meat and vegetable dishes, soups and salads. Excellent for freezing, drying and fresh eating.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each

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PARSLEY


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?Giant of Italy?

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70 Days to Maturity


A very large Italian heirloom variety of parsley with great flavor.


Available in 4-packs, $4/each

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ROSEMARY


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80-100 Days Stem Tips, 120-180 Days Bunches Pine-scented, savory, culinary favorite.

Native to the Mediterranean region, rosemary has silvery needle-like foliage and delicate flowers. Can survive mild winters climates or be grown in containers for overwintering indoors. The dark green leaves may be used fresh or dried. Flowers are beloved by bees. Likes dry alkaline soil.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each

or 3? peat pots through the summer, $4/each or individual soil blocks, $3/each


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SAGE


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?Common Sage?

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80-90 Days to Maturity.


A staple of the herb garden.

Dusty, green leaves are used in dressing, sauces, salted herbs, sausage, and tea. Make a good base for dried floral wreaths. Also known as garden sage. Perennial in Zones 4-8.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each. Limited Availability.

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THYME


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?Common?

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70 Days to Maturity.


Very aromatic and flavorful culinary variety. Not winter hardy, tolerates drought. Mounding habit works great in rock gardens. Flowers are beloved by bees and other pollinators.


Available in 3? peat pots through the summer,

$4/ each.

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THYME


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?Creeping Thyme?

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90-95 Days to Maturity.


Sturdy aromatic ground cover. Slender, creeping stems and round leaves with lavender blooms. Can withstand light foot traffic and gives off pleasant aroma when walked upon. Drought tolerant once established. Perennial in Zones 5?8


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each.

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THYME


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?German Winter Thyme?

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90-95 Days to Maturity.


The standard winter-hardy thyme. Good flavor and yield. Classic culinary and ornamental herb. Small, round to needle-shaped evergreen leaves on woody stems. Mulch in cold winter climates. Perennial in Zones 5?8.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each.



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THYME, WILD


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70 Days to Maturity.


Spreading winter hardy herb that forms thick, short mats with tight clusters of rose-purple flowers. Drought tolerant. Very fragrant; useful for planting between stepping stones and at the edge of walkways. Used in cooking and for medicinal purposes. Flowers are beloved by bees and other pollinators.


Available in 3? peat pots through the summer,

$4/ each.

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WINTER SAVORY


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100 Days to Maturity.


Used to flavor dry beans or sauerkraut, winter soups and stews. Hardy bushy perennial grows 6?12", thriving in dry poor soil. Makes an attractive border with its tiny green leaves and light lilac flowers. Also used as a tea to calm indigestion or as a gargle for sore throat.


Available in individual soil blocks, $3/each.

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ARUGULA


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?Esmee?

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21 Days to babyleaf, 40 full size


Beautiful, fine leaves are incised with rounded oak-leaf shape.


A wonderful flavor that is more nutty than spicy sets Esmee apart from other arugulas. Deeply lobed leaves are upright, lofty and the darkest green of all our arugulas. Quick growing and cold tolerant.


Available in 6-packs, $3/ each


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KALE


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?Curly Roja?

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55 Days to Maturity.


Densely frilled leaf edges, stunning purple- sage color, deep purple stems and cold- hardiness are all elements of an exquisite kale bunch that holds well after harvest. Does especially well under fertile conditions. Edible and ornamental,16-18" plants.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each

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KALE


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?Darkibor (F1)?

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75 Days to Maturity.


Dark green with excellent flavor, this hybrid kale produces best in spring and fall.

Tall plants provide high yields of densely curled greens. Vigorous plants hold well into cold weather and are suited to overwintering production in protected areas. Resists yellowing, 18-36" tall.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each

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KALE


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?Red Russian?

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21 Days to baby leaf, 50 to full maturity.


Russian traders brought this Siberian heirloom to Canada in the 19th century.

Bright purple stems and slate green, deeply lobed foliage. Leaves are tender, smooth and very sweet compared to other kales. An incredibly cold tolerant variety that improves in flavor with cold weather. Popular ingredient in baby leaf salad mixes or as full size bunches. This strain has very smooth baby leaves.

24-36" tall. To keep kale fresher longer place stems in water when you put them in the fridge.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each

or as individual soil blocks, $3/each

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KALE


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?Lacinato?

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30 Days to Babyleaf, 60 to Full Maturity.


Unique blue-green savoyed leaves on extremely vigorous plants. One of the most tender kale varieties; ideal for raw kale salads and soups. Leaves are very dark blue-green and heavily savoyed, sweetening with each frost. Also known as Dinosaur or Tuscan kale. This strain is exceptionally large, vigorous and cold tolerant. 30-40" tall.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each


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KALE


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?Winterbor?

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45 Days to Maturity.


Highly sought-after kale beloved by commercial growers and home gardeners alike. Supremely curled leaves carry a wonderful mild flavor. Kale will continue to grow as you harvest lower leaves. 14?16" tall.


Available in individual soil blocks, $3/ each

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LETTUCE


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?Bergam?s Green Leaf?

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51 Days to Maturity.


Dependable green leaf lettuce for full-size heads. Bergam's Green has dark green savoyed leaves with a wavy leaf margin. Uniform, dense heads are high yielding with good flavor, excellent for summer sandwiches. For spring, summer, and fall harvest. Widely adapted.


Available in 6-packs, $3/ each

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LETTUCE


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?Coastal Star Romaine?

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57 Days to Maturity.


A longtime favorite romaine. The large, heavy heads are dark green. Heat tolerant. Suitable for growing as full heads or babyleaf cuttings. Good, sweet flavor, crunchy texture.


Available in 6-packs, $3/ each

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LETTUCE


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?New Red Fire?

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55 Days to Maturity.


Popular among growers for its uniformity, intense color and bolt tolerance. Large, loose heads are green at the base and very dark red at the ruffled leaf edges. Retains its crisp fresh flavor throughout the season. All-season lettuce. Intermediate Resistance to Bottom Rot or Rhizoctonia, Downy Mildew, Tip Burn.


Available in 6-packs, $3/ each


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LETTUCE


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?Salanova Green Butter?

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55 Days to Maturity.


Dense rosette heads with attractive, thin, supple leaves. Heads have a round base with open leaf growth. Delicate, buttery flavor.

Great for harvesting a whole head or used in a salad mix. Very good bolt tolerance.


Available in 6-packs, $3/ each

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SPINACH


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?Reflect (F1)?

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28 Days to Maturity.


Medium-green, round-to-oval leaves on moderately upright plants. Reflect has performed well in our spring, summer, and fall trials. Semi-savoyed leaves. High resistance to downy mildew races 1?11, 13, 15, 16.


Available in 6-packs, $3/ each.

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SWISS CHARD


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?Improved Rainbow Blend?

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30 Days Babyleaf, 60 Days Full Sized. Striking improved blend of red, pink, white,

yellow and gold stems. Upright habit makes for clean production and easy harvesting. Color intensity is not as well defined early on; mostly pink, red and white at baby stage. Grow to full size for a dazzling display! Narrow to broad stems, Upright, easy to harvest


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each.


FRUIT


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STRAWBERRY


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?Delizz?

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60 Days to Maturity.


This strawberry produces the fruit on top of the leaves rather than underneath. Large white flowers producing medium sized conical shaped fruit. Great combination of ornamental blooms and delicious fruit. These vigorous plants produce abundant aromatic fruit throughout the whole summer. Excellent in borders or rock gardens.


Available in 4-packs, $6/each.

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STRAWBERRY


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?Toscana?

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60 Days to Maturity.


Large, deep rose flowers producing medium sized conical shaped red fruit. These vigorous plants produce abundant aromatic fruit throughout the whole summer with the accent of the gorgeous blooms. Beautiful in baskets, borders, or beds.


Available in 4-packs, $6/each.

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STRAWBERRY


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?Summer Breeze Rose?

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60 Days to Maturity.


Rose-shaped double flowers are real eye- catchers! Blossoms then produce medium-size conical deep red strawberries. These vigorous plants produce abundant aromatic fruit throughout the whole summer with the accent of the pretty blooms. Showcase in hanging baskets or rock gardens.


Available in 4-packs, $6/each.


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MELON, CANTELOUPE


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?Sarah?s Choice (F1)?

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76 Days to Maturity.


Consistently voted most flavorful cantaloupe at seed supplier?s on-farm taste tests. Excellent flavor combined with attractive oval fruits and ideal 3-lb. size. Harvest at full-slip (when a gentle tug removes the fruit from the vine).

Intermediate resistance to Fusarium wilt races 0?2 and powdery mildew.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each.

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MELON, CANTELOUPE


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?Hale?s Best?

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85 Days to Maturity.


The seeds for this classic musk melon have been grown and collected for 5 years at the Grass Lake Organics farm. It is a well acclimated and productive vine that needs very rich well-amended soil.


Available in 2? pots, $2/ each.

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MELON, KOREAN


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?Torpedo (F1)?

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65 Days to Maturity.


Extra-early Korean melon. A good choice for a first-time melon grower. High-yielding plants produce avg. 1-2 lb, 5 x 3" cylindrical fruits that are lemon yellow with white sutures.

Refreshingly crisp and moderately sweet white flesh. Performs very well in cool northern areas. Fruits slip off vine when ripe. Intermediate resistance to powdery mildew.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each.

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WATERMELON


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?Tom (F1)?

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80 Days to Maturity.


Smaller, early melon with dense, flavorful flesh and long shelf life. Beautiful light green melons with dark green striping and slightly oblong shape. Flesh is a deep pink with excellent sweet flavor and dense, fine-grained texture. Long shelf life and the highest yields of any hybrid melon in field trials. High yielding, 4-10 lb fruits.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each.


TOMATOES


DETERMINATE VS. INDETERMINATE TOMATO VARIETIES

DETERMINATE

Growing Requirements: Determinate varieties are well suited for growing in pots and containers, as they grow in a shorter, bushier habit. Plants only grow to a certain height and produce a limited amount of fruits.

Pruning Requirements: Only remove the suckers below the first flower cluster to avoid affecting yield and fruit size.


INDETERMINATE

Growing Requirements: Indeterminate plants continue to grow and produce fruit along the stems for their entire growing season.

Pruning Requirements: Pruning all suckers from the ground level up to the second flower is recommended. Trellising and cages several feet high will help support these vertically inclined plants.

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WATERMELON


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?Leelanau SweetGlo?

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85 Days to Maturity.


Amazing deep, tangerine-orange fleshed fruit are sugar sweet. In 2008, Mike Kiessel, watermelon expert of Leelanau County, decided to cross the Orangeglo watermelon with a Crimson Sweet. After years of selecting and perfecting, the Leelanau Sweetglo has triumphed at tasting trials! A new favorite orange-fleshed variety that matures early and is excellent for northern growing. This vining plant needs needs rich amended soil.


Available in 2? pots, $2/ each.

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TOMATO, GRAPE


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?Rosalita?

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65 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate.


Vigorous plants bear heavy crops of beautiful rosy-pink colored grape tomatoes, 8-15 fruits per branch. These tomatoes get sweeter as their pink color deepens. The seeds of this variety have been saved in Antrim County for over three decades.


Available in 4? pots, $4/each


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TOMATO, CHERRY


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?Rosella?

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70 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate.


Massive trusses of pink to purple cherries with a smoky blush. The tiny cherries are a half-inch across, contain very few seeds--superb for fresh eating, yet solid enough for cooking or for making a deep, rich red tomato paste. Superior balance of sweetness and acidity, with a rich, lingering aftertaste. We?re crazy about it for snacking right in the garden at Grass lake Organics! Bred for superior flavor by Gourmet Genetics.


Available in 3? and 4? pots, $4/ each.

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TOMATO, CHERRY


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?Sakura (F1)?

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55 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate.


Early, delicious, attractive red cherry tomatoes. Real sweet tomato flavor and firmness without being hard. Among the first to ripen, Sakura keeps going all season long because of its disease resistance. Very tidy, compact plant fits well in tight spaces. Prolific yielder of bright red, shiny, medium-large cherry tomatoes that average 20?22 gm. High resistance to Fusarium wilt, leaf mold, and tomato mosaic virus; and intermediate resistance to nematodes.


Available in 3? pots, $4/ each.

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TOMATO, CHERRY


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?Sungold (F1)?

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57 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate.


Intense fruity flavor. Exceptionally sweet, bright tangerine-orange cherry tomatoes leave everyone begging for more. Vigorous plants start yielding early and bear right through the season. Tendency to split precludes shipping, making these an exclusively fresh-market treat. The taste can't be beat. 15-20 gm. fruits. High resistance to fusarium wilt and tobacco mosaic virus.


Available in 3? & 4? pots, $4/ each.

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TOMATO, CHERRY


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?Sunrise Bumble Bee?

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70 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate.


Sunrise Bumblebee bursts with refreshing sweet tang. The marbled, red and yellow cherry-type fruits, weighing just under an ounce, add a burst of color as they gleam on vigorous plants. Each tomato is striped, no two are alike, and mixed together they are stunning. Big plants (provide support) produce big yields throughout the season. Crack resistant. A favorite for many years now at Grass Lake Organics, they continue producing until the first frost.


Available in 4? pots, $4/ each.


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TOMATO, CHERRY


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?Supersweet 100?

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60 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate. The classic, sweet, red cherry tomato.

Supersweet 100 is a reliable cherry tomato with prolific yields of great tasting, 15-20 gram fruits produced in large clusters.


Available in 4? pots, $4/ each.

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TOMATO, CHERRY


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?Tumbling Tom Red?

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70 Days to Maturity. Determinate. ?Weeping tomato? trails up to 24 inches,

making it perfect for containers. Heavy yields of bright red, 1 to 2-inch fruits. Plants are only 6 inches wide.


Available only in 12? hanging baskets, $15/ each.

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TOMATO, CHERRY


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?Tumbling Tom Yellow?

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70 Days to Maturity. Determinate.


A bright yellow version of Tumbling Tom Red, with the same pleasing characteristics. Our only two ?weeping tomato? trails up to 24 inches, making it perfect for containers. Heavy yields of bright yellow, 1 to 2-inch fruits. Plants are only 6 inches wide.


Available only in 12? hanging baskets, $15/ each.

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TOMATO, SALADETTE


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?Blush?

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70 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate. Sweet, fruity flavor has universal appeal.

Beautiful, bright yellow snacking tomato. Red stripes appear as blossom-end red marbling develops. Strong plants tolerate tough conditions. Great in mixes with the other Artisan tomatoes. 25-30 gm. fruits.


Available in 3? pots, $4/ each.


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TOMATO, SALADETTE


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?Lucky Tiger?

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70 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate.


Unique look and exceptional flavor. As Lucky Tiger ripens, the green striping becomes more defined and the background turns red as the interior marbling develops. The overall effect when ripe is of a red tomato with prominent green striping. Excellent sweet, tart flavor.

Lucky Tiger was bred with high vigor to perform under tough conditions. 25-30 gm. fruits.


Available in 3? pots, $4/ each.

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TOMATO, SALADETTE


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?Red Torch (F1)?

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65 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate.


Early striped snacking tomato. A delicious, small saladette in the Juliet size class. Fruits avg. 1 1/2 oz. and are a beautiful shade of red with yellow stripes. This prolific early producer is crack-resistant and performs well even under heavy disease pressure. AAS winner.


Available in 3? pots, $4/ each.

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TOMATO, BEEFSTEAK


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?Big Beef (F1)?

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70 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate.


Nice combination of size, taste, and earliness. Still unsurpassed as the top choice for fresh market beefsteak tomatoes. Large, avg. 10-12 oz., mostly blemish-free, globe-shaped red fruit. They have full flavor - among the best - and ripen early for their size. Broad disease resistance package. High resistance to Alternaria stem canker, Fusarium wilt races 1, 2, gray leaf spot, nematodes, tobacco mosaic virus, and Verticillium wilt. AAS winner.


Available in 3? and 4? pots, $4/ each.

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TOMATO, BEEFSTEAK


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?Mortgage Lifter?

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85 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate.


Originally developed in the 1930's by a gardener who successfully grew and sold enough of this tomato variety to pay off his mortgage! Mortgage Lifter is a huge heirloom beefsteak that puts out heavy yields of low- acid, pink fruits that are a constant taste test winner. Large, smooth, 16 oz pink fruit has a delicious, rich, sweet taste.


Available in 4? pots, $4/ each.


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TOMATO, BEEFSTEAK


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?Woodle?

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75 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate.


This sweet Iowa heirloom has become a favorite at Grass Lake Organics. A brilliant tangerine colored tomato that has a very rich & complex flavor. Fruits are round, mostly unblemished, and the size of a baseball.

Generally weigh 10-16 oz each. Low in acid. Preserves well or perfect for fresh eating.


Available in 4? pots, $4/ each.

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TOMATO, SLICER


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?Mountain Fresh Plus (F1)?

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75 Days to Maturity. Determinate.


The most widely-grown market tomato in the East and Midwest. Able to tolerate cool and wet conditions, this big red tomato produces attractive, 8-16 oz. slicers with good flavor. Vigorous plants provide plenty of leaf cover. High resistance to fusarium wilt races 1, 2, nematodes, and verticillium wilt.


Available in 3? pots, $4/ each.

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TOMATO, HEIRLOOM


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?Brandywine?

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75 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate. One of the best tasting tomatoes.

We describe Brandywine's luscious, heirloom flavor as "very rich, loud, and distinctively spicy." The large fruits, often over 1 lb., have a deep-pink skin and smooth, red flesh. The medium-tall, potato-leaf plant is best staked or caged. This 'Quisenberry' strain is considered among the best.


Available in 3? pots, $4/ each.

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TOMATO, HEIRLOOM


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?Cherokee Purple?

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75 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate. Unusual variety with full flavor.

Famously rich flavor and texture make this a colorful favorite among heirloom enthusiasts. Medium-large, flattened globe, 8-12 oz. fruits. Color is dusky pink with dark shoulders. Interior coloring ranges from purple to brown to green. Relatively short vines.


Available in 3? and 4? pots, $4/ each.


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TOMATO, HEIRLOOM


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?Copia?

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85 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate.


Unique large gold fruits with a blend of orange/red and green/red striping. Sweet, juicy flesh is swirled with color throughout. Eye- catching variety. This Green Zebra and Marvel Stripe cross is named for COPIA, the American Center of Food, Wine and the Arts in Napa, CA.12-16 oz fruits.


Available in 3? pots, $4/ each.

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TOMATO, HEIRLOOM


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?Marianna?s Peace?

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75 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate.


Pink heirloom tomato that originated in Czechoslovakia. Plants produce 1-2 pound pink beefsteak tomatoes. Dense, creamy, sweet flesh with rich complex, old tomatoey flavors. The seeds of this variety have been saved in Antrim County for over three decades.


Available in 4? pots, $4/each

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TOMATO, HEIRLOOM


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?Rose De Berne?

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75 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate.


Beautiful rose-pink Swiss heirloom with big flavor and crack resistance. A chart topper in taste tests, the medium sized fruits, with soft yet durable skin, have an even balance of acidity and sweetness that is perfect for a sandwich or in a quick tomato sauce. Earlier to ripen that other larger varieties and a consistent producer well into the season.

Resists cracking, 4-8 oz fruits.


Available in 3? pots, $4/ each.

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TOMATO, HEIRLOOM


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?Silvery Fir Tree?

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58 Days to Maturity. Determinate.


Plants produce good yields of 2-4 inch red, slightly flattened tomatoes. Foliage is fuzzy and fern-like; similar to carrot tops. Silvery Fir Tree makes an attractive patio tomato plant and ideal for hanging baskets. A variety from Russia.


Available in 4? pots, $4/each


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TOMATO, HEIRLOOM


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?Tiger Paw?

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80 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate.


A very productive open-pollinated heirloom from Neukirchen, Germany.

Pale yellow with pink blush, lightly lobed, flattened fruit (shape and markings like a cat?s paw) with thin skin, a tropical-sweet flavor and a distinct hint of citrus. Exerted stigma so must grow away from other varieties to avoid hybridization. The seeds of this variety have been saved in Antrim County for over three decades.


Available in 4? pots, $4/each

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TOMATO, HEIRLOOM


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?Terra Cotta?

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75 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate.

With honey-brown skin, orange-pink flesh, and green seed mass, this is an eye-catching slicer with an out-of-this-world flavor. The tomato produces heavily during mid-season and then drops off quickly once cool weather sets in. A great cooking tomato that produces a pumpkin-orange sauce with a floral aroma.


Available in 4? pots, $4/each

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TOMATO, PASTE


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?Amish Paste (Heirloom)?

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85 Days to Maturity. Indeterminate.


A longtime favorite heirloom plum. Large for a sauce tomato, Amish Paste's slightly irregular plum to strawberry-shaped fruits avg. 8-12 oz. with excellent flavor. These meaty tomatoes are good in salads and great for processing. A Slow Food USA Ark of Taste variety.


Available in 3? pots, $4/ each.


PEPPERS


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PEPPER


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?Ace (F1) Bell Pepper?

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50 Days Green, 70 Days Red Ripe.


Huge yields of medium-size, 3-4 lobed fruits. Has apparent tolerance to blossom drop as nearly every flower produces a pepper. Widely adapted but performs particularly well in cool climates where bell peppers are difficult to grow successfully. Best for early crops.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each

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PEPPER


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?Paladin Bell Pepper?

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61 Days to Green, 82 to Red.


Fruits are blocky, large to extra-large, and suitable for green or red harvest. Medium-size plants with a good leaf canopy to protect fruits from sun scald.


Available in 4? pots, $4/ each

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PEPPER


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?Orange Picnic Pepper?

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60 Days Green, 82 Days Orange.


Deep orange color with a rich sweet pepper flavor. The orange Picnic Pepper is sweet tasting and has a lovely warm color. Selected for thick walls, flavor, strong yields and an upright plant habit. 3-5" fruits.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each


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PEPPER


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?Red Picnic Pepper?

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60 Days Green, 78 Days Red Ripe.


The red picnic pepper has unbelievable sweetness, and a rich complex flavor that makes them addictive. Bred with an emphasis on flavor, yields and plants that stand up straight for easy harvest. After on-farm trials in Wisconsin in 2016, growers commented that they had trouble selling ripe fruit because their kids and partners ate them out of the field as soon as they turned red. 3-5" fruits.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each

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PEPPER


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?Yellow Picnic Pepper?

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60 Days Green, 84 Days Yellow.


Vivid bright yellow with a bright, tart taste. The yellow Picnic Pepper has a nice tart flavor with good complexity and a nice crisp crunch. Selected for upright plant habit, good flavor and thick walls. 3-5" fruits.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each

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PEPPER


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?Sweet Banana Pepper?

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68 Days.


The time tested, reliable, sweet pepper most prized among non-bell peppers. Thick-walled, waxy-fleshed, sweetly mild fruits are tasty, eaten fresh or cooked. Plants, 16 to 24-in., produce plenty of tapered fruits that start pale green and ripen to yellow, then finally bright red.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each

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PEPPER, HOT


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?Anaheim?

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70 Days Green, 90 Days Red.


Legendary extra-large and mild chili pepper of Anaheim, California. The seeds for this mammoth roasting pepper have been collected at Grass Lake Organics for five years now. It is productive and well-acclimated.

Perfect for frying and roasting and making chili. Productive plants covered in large pods that can be picked green or ripened to red.


Available in 4? pots, $4/each


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PEPPER, HOT


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?Cayenne?

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75 Days to Red.


Slender, long peppers turn bright red and are very hot. The plants are vigorous and productive. Very popular for drying and using as a spice.


Available in 4?pots, $4/each

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PEPPER, HOT


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?Cayenne, Red Ember (F1)?

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55 Days Green, 75 Days Red Ripe.


The most versatile and flavorful cayenne. Tremendous flavor on first bite, with warm heat that lingers. Thick enough for a bit of crunch when eaten fresh, but thin enough to dry easily. Just enough heat to satisfy "pepper heads"? who can eat the peppers whole?but mild enough to slice thinly onto a salad. Makes excellent powder, flakes, and hot sauce. Also nice fried or in stir fries. Matures early. High- yielding plants.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each

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PEPPER, HOT


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?Habanero, Helios?

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67 Days to Green, 87 to Orange.


Extra-early habanero. Fruits avg. 2 3/4" x 1 1/2" and are very hot. Much earlier, higher yielding, and with bigger fruits than the standard habanero. Good yield potential, even in northern and short-season regions. Medium- large, upright plants.


Available in 4? pots, $4/ each

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PEPPER, HOT


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?Hungarian Hot Wax?

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58 Days Pale Yellow, 83 Days Red Ripe.


Yellow hot pepper with 5 1/2" x 1 1/2" smooth, waxy fruits tapering to a point. Easy to stuff and to peel after roasting; thick-fleshed for frying. Its sunset-ripening peppers change from yellow to orange to red, and make the prettiest pickled peppers. Widely adapted and productive, even in cool weather.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each


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PEPPER, HOT


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?Early Jalapeño Hot Pepper?

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65 Days Green, 85 Days Red Ripe.


Prolific yields of flavorful blunt fruits with distinctive jalapeño flavor. Small, moderately spicy fruits with thick walls are traditionally harvested dark green but can be allowed to ripen to red. A classic eaten fresh or pickled with Mexican dishes! Compact plants are sturdy and work well in containers.


SHU 5,000, 3-3.5" fruits


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each

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PEPPER, HOT


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?Jalapeño, El Jefe?

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67 Days Green, 90 Days Red Ripe.


Early and high yielding. Large plants are low maintenance and easy to grow. Peppers are dark green, glossy, are slightly larger than usual.


Available in 4? pots, $4/ each

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PEPPER, HOT


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?Ancho Poblano Hot Pepper?

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68 Days Green, 88 Days Red.


Mild heart-shaped chili perfect for stuffing in chiles relleños or dried for ancho chili powder. Stout, dark green fruits are moderately spicy with medium-thick walls. Referred to as Poblano when used fresh and Ancho when dried for seasoning. Plants are well branched. Well adapted variety; good yields in cool conditions.


SHU 3,000, 4-6" fruits. Available in 3? pots, $3/ each

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PEPPER, HOT


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?Poblano, Baron?

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75 Days Green, 95 Chocolate Red.


Highly adaptable, large-fruited poblano pepper. Baron has proven to be widely adapted and has performed particularly well under challenging conditions. The fruits are very large, avg. 5" x 3", and are typically two- lobed which makes them easy to stuff. They also may be dried and ground into medium- hot powder or flakes.


Available in 4?pots, $4/each


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PEPPER, HOT


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?Serrano?

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69 Days to Green, 90 to Red Ripe.


Slender, long peppers turn bright red and are very hot. The plants are vigorous and productive. Very popular for drying and using as a spice.


Available in 4? pots, $4/each

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PEPPER, HOT


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?Shishito Pepper?

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60 Days Green, 75 Days Red.


Small, mild Japanese pepper for roasting, pan- frying and grilling. Thin walls blister and char easily when roasted or grilled, taking on rich flavor that is delicious with coarse salt and lemon juice. The occasional fruit will display heat. Typically harvested and used green, but eventually turns orange and red with sweeter flavor. Prolific spreading habit, 2-4" mild fruits.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each

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PEPPER, HOT


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?Bangkok Thai Chile?

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75 Days Green, 95 Days Red Ripe.


Small, very hot Thai chile. A versatile, fiery-hot cayenne used fresh at both green and red stages. Can be dried for hot pepper flakes or mini ristras. Plants are productive, big, and upright. This type is commonly grown in Southeast Asia and China. Fruits avg. 3" long.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each


CUCUMBERS, SUMMER SQUASH & ZUCCHINI


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CUCUMBER


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?Excelsior (F1)?

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50 Days to maturity.


Attractive, high-yielding pickler. Excelsior produces dark green, blocky, nicely proportioned 4?5" cucumbers with American- style spines. Vigorous, balanced plant with consistent fruit setting. Excellent flavor. Also does well in screen houses, in the field under row cover, or wherever else pollinators are absent. Parthenocarpic and gynoecious. High resistance to scab and target spot; and intermediate resistance to cucumber mosaic virus, cucumber vein yellowing virus, and powdery mildew.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each

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CUCUMBER


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?Marketmore 76?

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50-60 Days to maturity.


Marketmore 76 remains the most widely- planted open-pollinated slicer in the US!


Dark green fruits stay green and mild-tasting even under heat stress, while multiple disease resistances keep plants vigorous and highly productive across a long picking season.

Showed good resistance to angular leaf spot and anthracnose in our trials.

Vigorous plant, 8-9" fruit.


Available in 3? pots, $3/each or 2? pots, $2/each

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CUCUMBER


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?Lemon?

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60 Days to maturity.


The shape, size, and color of a lemon, but with slightly sweet cucumber flavor. These vining plants are large and can be trellised effectively. It was introduced to the U.S. in 1894. The tasty fruit is low in cucurbitacin, that naturally occurring cucumber chemical that accounts for a slightly bitter taste. The flesh is citrusy and adds a real zip to salads! Fantastic for kids? gardens. At Grass Lake Organics it is one of our all-time favorite garden crops.


Available in 2? pots, $2/each


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CUCUMBER


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?Muncher?

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60 Days to maturity.


A burpless cucumber that is very tender. This dual-purpose variety makes great pickles and is excellent for fresh eating right out of the garden! Nearly spineless fruit with thinner skin that are 6 to 8 inches long, reaching a plump 3 inches wide. Produces abundantly on strong vigorous vines. For pickling, harvest the fruit at 4 to 6 inches long.


Available in 2? pots, $2/each

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SQUASH, SUMMER


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?Yellow Crookneck?

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50 Days to maturity.


Tender lemon-yellow fruits. Signature bent fruit are best harvested at 5-6" long or smaller for best flavor and texture. Strain has been selected for yield, shape and quality. If left to overgrow, can be used for a dark yellow, warty ornamental gourd. Prolific yields, best harvested at 6?.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each.

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ZUCCHINI


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?Green Machine (F1)?

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45 Days to maturity.


Aptly named for cranking out uniform fruits of exceptional quality over a long season. This vigorous variety produces nearly flawless cylindrical fruits daily in the high season. With an open and upright habit for ease of harvest and disease resistances that keep plants healthy for the long haul, Green Machine F1 is consistently a top performer for commercial production. Harvest at 7-8?.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each.

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ZUCCHINI


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?Black Beauty?

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50 Days to maturity.


The classic dark-green summer squash that is delicious fried or baked. This variety grows as a bush, and needs rich amended soil.


Available in 2? pots, $2/ each.


VEGETABLES


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ZUCCHINI


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?Costata Romanesco?

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54 Days to maturity.


The famous Italian/Roman ribbed zucchini. The distinctive, long fruit is ribbed and very flavorful. The cut slices are lightly scalloped. It is also popular to fry this squash whole, when it is small with the flower still attached. The squash blossom is a type of ephemeral, summer delicacy that is as fleeting as it is sumptuous. Short vines are best grown on mounds and need rich soil amended with compost.


Available in 2? pots, $2/ each.

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BROCCOLI


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?Belstar (F1)?

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65 Days to Maturity.


A versatile broccoli with excellent heat and cold tolerance and uniform, rounded heads. Great choice for spring, summer and fall plantings with excellent vigor. Plants are compact and produce small to medium-sized heads within a 10-14-day harvest window.

Domes span 6-8in and average 1.5 lbs. Plants known to survive 20-degree temperatures with proper frost protection and care. High Disease Resistance to Fusarium Yellows.

Intermediate Resistance to Black Rot, White Rust.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each.

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BRUSSELS SPROUTS


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?Dagan (F1)?

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100 Days to Maturity. Dependable midseason variety.

Smooth, attractive, and holds very well in the field compared to others in this planting slot. Tall plants. Medium-large sprouts.


Available in 3?pots, $3/ each


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CABBAGE


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?Golden Acre?

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62 Days to Maturity from Transplant.


Early, adorable green heads on compact plants. Round and solid, with delicate but crunchy texture and sweet, spicy flavor with buttery undertones when cooked. Few outer wrapper leaves; short harvest window. Habit suitable for dense plantings. 3-4 lb heads.


Available in 3?pots, $3/ each

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CABBAGE


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?Red Express?

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62 Days to Maturity from Transplant.


Heads up quickly into tidy little red cabbages perfect for smaller portions. Nice color and early maturity. Compact habit; can be densely planted at 8" spacing for an earlier harvest. Great for northern climates and small spaces. 2-4 lb heads.


Available in 3?pots, $3/ each

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CAULIFLOWER


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?Skywalker (F1)?

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75 Days to Maturity from Transplant


Long season variety with exceptional quality for fall harvests.


Sturdy plants produce picture perfect, dense, milky white heads. Partially self-wrapping heads easily separate into tender, uniform florets. A reliable variety, widely adapted to many regions. 5.5" heads.


Available in 3?pots, $3/ each

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CELERIAC


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?Balena (F1)?

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108 Days to Maturity.


Hybrid celeriac with improved bolting tolerance. Excellent upright leaf growth and healthy foliage. Interiors a lovely solid white, with little pithiness. Quick to mature with exceptional cold tolerance.


High Disease Resistance: Fusarium Yellows Available in 3-packs, $3/ each


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CELERY


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?Merengo (F1)?

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80 Days to Maturity.


Early variety with compact plants. Robust plants grow quickly and have good flavor and texture. Tall, dark green stalks with healthy tops. Performs extremely well in wet conditions. Vigorous, 28" tall.


High Disease Resistance to Fusarium Yellows. Available in 3-packs, $3/ each

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KOHLRABI


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?Azur Star?

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50 Days to Maturity.


Delicious early kohlrabi with eye-catching violet skin and smoky blue-green leaves. A beautiful and reliable variety with attractive presentation. Crisp, juicy flesh great for slaws. Slow to bolt 3.25" bulbs.


Available in 3-packs, $3/ each

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KOHLRABI


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?Kordial (F1)?

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53 Days to Maturity.


Early, uniform bulbs with dense, crisp centers. Rich flavor and a satisfying, crunchy texture that is excellent shredded and added to coleslaw. Crack resistant bulbs have erect leaves that are suitable for bunching. Performs best as a spring or fall crop. Bolt resistant, 3-5" bulbs.


Available in 3-packs, $3/ each

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BEAN, BUSH


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?Provider?

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50 Days to Maturity


The standard fresh market variety for green beans.


Provider comes through every year with early, heavy yields of attractive, uniform beans. Plants are vigorous and productive with strong root systems, even under adverse conditions. Good resistance to common mosaic virus and powdery mildew. Purple seeds. 5-6" uniform pods.


Available in 6-packs, $3/ each



ONIONS & SHALLOTS

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BEAN, BUSH


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?Tri-color?

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50-55 Days to Maturity


A delightful mix of green, yellow and purple bush beans.


This mix of Provider, Royal Burgundy and Gold Rush Yellow Wax is perfect for the gardener with limited space. NOTE: Provider will mature first, followed by Gold Rush, and then Royal Burgundy.


Available in 6-packs, $3/ each

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PEAS, SNAP


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?Sugar Snap?

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58 Days to Maturity.


Most flavorful snap variety. Sugar Snap has become a household name for its sweet, crisp pods. Seeds germinate well in cold, wet soil and the tall, vigorous plants quickly produce a thick stand that requires support. Yields well over a long season in both hot and cold weather. Remove string from pods before cooking. Not mildew resistant.


Available in 6-packs, $3/ each

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ONION, BUNCHING


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?Parade?

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70 Days to Maturity.


Uniform, upright bunching onion. Gorgeous rows of dark green and vigorous stalks with no bulbing at all, making cleaning easy and quick. Parade has a nice, mild onion flavor.

Intermediate Resistance to Basal Rot, Pink Root.


Available in 3-packs (clustered onions from seed), $3/ each


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ONION, RED


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?Cabernet (F1)?

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100 Days to Maturity.


Early yields of red onions. Cabernet produces medium-large, globe-shaped onions with deep red color. Late-intermediate adaptation gives an earlier harvest than long-day reds without sacrificing size. Good internal color, mostly single centers. 4-6 month storage. Adaptation: 35-45° latitude.


Available in 3-packs (clustered onions from seed), $3/ each

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ONION, SWEET


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?Ailsa Craig?

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105 Days to Maturity.


Large Spanish onion with delicious sweet flavor perfect for burgers and salads. Huge bulbs are mild, sweet and firm with light golden skins.

Small necks allow for longer storage than other Spanish-types; stores up to one month. Named for a perfectly round, solid rock island off the coast of Scotland. Long day onions produce large 5-6" bulbs


Available in 3-packs (clustered onions from seed), $3/ each

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ONION, YELLOW


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?Cortland (F1)?

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105 Days to Maturity.


Organic yellow storage onion. Large, blocky- round, uniform onions with thin necks that will dry well. Very hard with a thick, rich brown skin for good storability. High resistance to fusarium basal rot. Adaptation: 38-55º latitude.


Available in 3-packs (clustered onions from seed), $3/ each

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SHALLOT


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?Matador (F1)?

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105 Days to Maturity.


Organic traditional storage shallot. French half- long style shallot with classic teardrop shape, reddish-copper skin, and white flesh. High percentage marketable bulbs. Suited for very long storage. Adaptation: 40?60° latitude.


Available in 3-packs (clustered shallots started from seed), $3/ each.


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EGGPLANT


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?Antigua?

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80 Days to Maturity.


This nutty-flavored gourmet Italian eggplant features teardrop-shaped fruit streaked with lavender. The fruit grows to 6 to 8 inches long, and the snow-white flesh is tender, mild and seldom bitter. Eggplants appreciate warmth, full sun, and rich soil; leave room for air circulation.


Available in 4? pots, $4/each

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EGGPLANT


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?Galine?

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65 Days to Maturity.


High-yielding black bell type. Very glossy, uniform, black to purple fruits are 6-7" long by 3-4" in diameter. Strong plants produce early, firm fruits. High yielding, even in the North.

Eggplants appreciate warmth, full sun, and rich soil; leave room for air circulation.


Available in 4? pots, $4/each

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EGGPLANT


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?Piccolo (F1)?

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60-70 Days to Maturity.


Adorable miniature fruits are beautifully variegated with bright purple skin and delicate white stripes. Vigorous, parthenocarpic plants produce impressive yields over a long season. Slightly oval-shaped fruits are easy to slice and grill and are the perfect size for stuffing.

Excellent shelf-life. 3-4" fruit. Available in 3? pots, $3/each


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EGGPLANT


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?Rosita?

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70 Days to Maturity.


Lovely 8-inch x 4-inch lavender-pink fruit has a mild, sweet, white flesh. The skin is tender and not bitter. Produces excellent yields. Eggplants appreciate warmth, full sun, and rich soil; leave room for air circulation.


Available in 4? pots, $4/each

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PUMPKIN, PIE


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?New England Pie?

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105 Days to Maturity.


Classic pie pumpkin with dry, stringless flesh and superior thick consistency in pies.

Attractive fruits have dark orange skin with light ribbing and well attached handles. Stores well, 4-6 lb fruit.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each.

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SQUASH, WINTER


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?Autumn Delight Acorn Squash (F1)?

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80 Days to Maturity.


High-yielding classic acorn. Produces high yields of uniform fruit with rich, dark-green skin. Strong powdery mildew tolerance. Semibush plants. Stores well for 2?3 months.

Intermediate resistance to powdery mildew. Avg. yield: 6?8 fruits/plant. Avg. weight: 1 1/2? 2 1/2 lb.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each.


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SQUASH, WINTER


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?Honey Bear Acorn Squash (Hybrid)?

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85 Days to Maturity.


Produces a smaller 1 pound squash. The semi- bush plant needs fertile, well-amended soil.


Available in 2? pots, $2/each.

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SQUASH, WINTER


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?TipTop Acorn Squash (Hybrid)?

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92 Days to Maturity.


Produces a larger acorn squash at 2-3 pounds each that hold very well in storage. Vigorous, larger, semi-bush plant needs fertile, well- amended soil.


Available in 2? pots, $2/each.

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SQUASH, WINTER


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?Bush Delicata?

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80 Days to Maturity.


Compact, tidy plants with sweet, oblong fruits. Delicious smooth, nutty flesh with hints of butter and brown sugar. Skin starts creamy white with green stripes and flecks, curing to striped light yellow. Compact plants spread only 4-6 feet. All-America Selection (AAS) winner. Semi-bush habit, 1.5-2 lb fruits.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each.

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SQUASH, WINTER


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?Sweet Dumpling Delicata?

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90 Days to Maturity.


One of the sweetest winter squashes, this Delicata variety produces 1lb fruits with white skin and green stripes. The sweet, tender, orange flesh makes this variety the favorite of many. This vining plant needs needs rich amended soil.


Available in 2? pots, $2/ each.


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SQUASH, WINTER


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?Spaghetti?

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88 Days to Maturity.


The classic pasta alternative. This excellent OP strain's flesh has the best noodle-like consistency in field trials. Slightly sweet, nutty flavor. Oblong in shape with ivory skin that changes to pale yellow at maturity. An excellent pasta alternative ? bake or boil, fork out the flesh, and top the "spaghetti" with your favorite sauce. Short vines. Avg. weight: 3?5 lb. Avg. yield: 4?5 fruits/plant.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each.

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SQUASH, WINTER


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?Waltham Butternut?

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105 Days to Maturity.


By far the most widely grown open-pollinated butternut with delicious, finely textured dark orange flesh. Uniform fruits with smooth, tan skin that is easily peeled with a potato peeler. Our strain has been selected for uniformity of size, shape and yields. Excellent keeper if cured properly. Stores well, Vining habit, Uniform, 4-5 lb fruits.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each.

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SQUASH, WINTER


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?Brûlée Butternut?

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95 Days to Maturity.


A prolific and early producer of stout, personal- sized squashes. They have a rich and savory flavor profile, with just the right amount of sweetness. Very high yields on vigorous plants. These squash store well. This vining plant needs needs rich amended soil.


Available in 2? pots, $2/ each.


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BEE BALM


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?Wild Bergamot?

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110 days to maturity.


A tender perennial that is popular with pollinators. This wildflower is native to the prairies, plains, meadows and pastures of North America. The aromatic foliage is used to flavor earl grey tea. An important nectar plant for native bees and possesses a host of medicinal benefits!


Available in 4-packs, $4/each

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BEE BALM


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?Lemon?

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110 days to maturity.


An annual, lemon-flavored variety. Superb tea plant; striking pink-purple flowers, beautiful and tasty. Popular with pollinators.


Available in 4-packs, $4/each

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CALIBRACHOA


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?Multicolor (yellow, denim, rose), Paradise Island?

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65 days to maturity.


With their love of sunlight and abundant soft blossoms, Calibrachoa plants are perfect for color bowls, baskets and large patio containers.


Available in 4-packs, $4/each


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LOBELIA


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?Riviera?

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60 days to maturity.


A cool-season plant that can tolerate most light conditions, including shade. Plant in well- drained, moist soil. Great in borders and baskets.


Available in 4-packs, $4/each

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MARIGOLD


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?Buckwheat?s Mix?

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85 days to maturity.


A mix of large African marigolds ranging from lemon yellow to tangerine gold. Blooms are terrifically fragrant!


Plants can grow up to 2-3 feet tall. Pinching off dying flowers increases flower production.

Great companion plants for tomatoes; also great at attracting pollinators!


Available in 4? pots, $4/each

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MARIGOLD


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?Cupid?s Orange?

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60 days to maturity.


Large, double Marigold, grows to 20? high. Plant in full sun one foot apart. Thrives in summer heat.


Available in 4-packs, $4/each

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NASTURTIUM


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?Kaleidoscope?

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55-65 Days to maturity.


A robust edible flower mix. Add excitement to any garden bed or container. All the traditional bright colors (red, rose, yellow, orange, and cream) of a nasturtium mix with the added plus of marvelous swirled bicolors. Plants have a climbing and trailing habit. Also known as garden nasturtium and Indian cress.

Use the flowers as garnishes, or stuff with soft cheese. The flowers can be minced and added to butters and the immature seed heads can be pickled. Nasturtiums are a popular choice for adding color to salad mix. Peppery-flavored foliage is also edible.


Available in 3? pots, $3/ each or hanging baskets, $15/ each.


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NASTURTIUM


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?Alaska Mix?

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65 Days to maturity.


Colorful, edible nasturtiums tolerate poor soils and heat or cold. Use in baskets or as bedding plants. Peppery-flavored foliage is also edible.


Available in 4-packs, $4/each

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PANSY


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?Delta, Red Blotch?

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60 Days to maturity.


With flowers held upright on short sturdy stems, this series is extremely weather tolerant. They prefer part shade and cooler locations. Can be over-wintered if well mulched..


Available in 4-packs, $4/each

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PETUNIA


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?Daddy, Blue?

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60 Days to maturity.


A distinctive type, the Daddy features extra- large ruffled flowers with prominently colored veins. They are well-known for earliness, uniformity and weather tolerance. Prefers full sun.


Available in 4-packs, $4/each

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PETUNIA


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?Easy Wave Blue?

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60 Days to maturity.


Mounding, spreading habit, covered in masses of deep blue flowers all season long. Drought tolerant. The Easy Wave Petunia prefers sun but can tolerate some shade.


Available in 4-packs, $4/each


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PETUNIA


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?Easy Wave White?

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60 Days to maturity.


The mounding, trailing growth habit and colorful blooms makes this a great choice for landscape, baskets and containers! Its blooms are scattered among the foliage and bloom through early Spring, Summer, and Fall. Easy Wave Petunias are desired most for their bold, bugle-shaped blossoms and mounding, trailing growth habit for landscape, beds, baskets and containers. The Easy Wave Petunia prefers sun but can tolerate some shade.


Available in 4-packs, $4/each

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TASSEL FLOWER


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?Irish Poet?

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70 days to maturity.


All but lost, this rare sherbet orange form of tassel flower was rediscovered by a Dutch seed house. We are happy to help preserve this rare variety, for it is excellent in masses or mingling gracefully among other annuals, and adds an essential note of whimsy to gardens and bouquets alike. Self-sows.


Available in 4-packs, $4/each

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VIOLA


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?Sorbet Formula Mix (F1)?

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60-70 Days to maturity.


Early, profuse bloomers. Upright stems

(8-9?) with petite, 1?1 1/2" flowers. Tolerates temperature extremes and will bloom through winter in the South when planted in fall. A formula blend of blackberry, blueberry, coconut, French vanilla, lemon chiffon, lavender ice and more. Also known as pansy, Johnny jump-up, European field pansy, and horned violet.

Edible Flowers: Decorative and edible garnish for salads and desserts with slight wintergreen flavor. While a popular choice for brightening up salad mix.


Available in 3?pots, $3/ each or in 12? panterra bowls, $15/ each.

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ZINNIA


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?Canary Bird?

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60 Days to maturity.


Large dahlia-type blooms are a beautiful yellow, 4-5 inches across. Great cut flowers. Needs fertile, well-drained soil high in organic matter and full sun. Butterflies love zinnias!


Available in 4-packs, $4/each


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ZINNIA


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?El Dorado?

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60 Days to maturity.


This medium-large double zinnia has a striking salmon-orange color that looks amazing in arrangements. The stems are super rigid and perfect for cutting. Needs fertile, well-drained soil high in organic matter and full sun.

Butterflies love zinnias!


Available in 4-packs, $4/each

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ZINNIA


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?Cactus Mix?

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60 Days to maturity.


A strikingly different, large zinnia profuse with curled and quilled spiky petals resembling a chrysanthemum or cactus flower. A bold display in a rainbow of bright colors, this eye- catching variety is amazing in beds and borders. Needs fertile, well-drained soil high in organic matter and full sun. Butterflies also love zinnias!


Available in 4-packs, $4/each

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ZINNIA


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?Persian Carpet?

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60 Days to maturity.


A smaller bloom that is very prolific. A lovely mix of reds and golds, doubles and singles. Needs fertile, well-drained soil high in organic matter and full sun. This variety is wonderful in beds or rock gardens. Butterflies also love zinnias!


Available in 4-packs, $4/each

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ZINNIA


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?Macarenia?

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60 Days to maturity.


Ravishing flowers look like crimson velvet laced with gold! The generous yield of blooms makes this an especially good variety for cut flowers. Very showy! Needs fertile, well-drained soil high in organic matter and full sun. Butterflies love zinnias!


Available in 4-packs, $4/each

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ZINNIA


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?Redman Super Cactus?

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60 Days to maturity.


Magnificent, huge red-flowered variety of the giant cactus type zinnia family. These flowers are stately, being a deep red and having the pointed cactus-type petals. An old favorite that has now become rare. Needs fertile, well- drained soil high in organic matter and full sun. Butterflies love zinnias!


Available in 4-packs, $4/each

The order form is avalible today at our store Shop Now some itoms are only avalible on certin pickups as some plants like earler planting