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Basil - Dark Purple Opal

Dark Opal Basil is popular sweet basil with regal, purple-black glossy foliage, pale pink flowers and a delicious aroma. Dark Opal grows at a steady pace. It produces small to medium sized, tender leaves, reaching...
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Basil - Genovese

Genovese is a vigorous, tall growing, large leafed basil.  It grows on average to 60 cm (24") tall with shiny, large, almond-shaped leaves which have a distinct, pronounced flavor.  Pruning growing tips makes for bushier plants.  ...
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Basil - Mammoth

Mammoth Basil is vigorous annual that grows 46-61 cm (18-24") high and 40-45 cm (16-18") wide. It produces huge, slightly ruffled shiny, green leaves, twice as large as other Italian basils, deserving of its name, Lettuce-leaf basil. The flavor...
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Basil - Siam Queen "Thai Ba...

Siam Queen Thai basil comes from Southeast Asia.  It is known as horapha in Thai, and húng quế in Vietnamese.   It is an annual which produces lush dark green leaves with contrasting purple stems.  It...
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Basil - Sweet

Sweet Basil is a large, woody, leafy annual that is quite vigorous. It grows large glossy leaves with spikes of white flowers. Basil leaves are used in cooking, imparting their anise (licorice) flavor to dishes. This Basil...
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Bean - Black Turtle Dry

(Phaseolus vulgaris) Black Turtle Bean is an old heirloom variety that was introduced in the late 1700's. Dry pods have beautiful, vivid jet black plump seeds. The bush variety bean are heat resistant, and have a...
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Bean - Black Valentine Bush

(Phaseolus vulgaris) Black Valentine bush bean was introduced by Peter Henderson & Co. in 1897.  It produces excellent quality beans that are 14-16 cm (5½-6½") long.  Pods are straight, tender and flavorful and almost round....
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Bean - Blue Jay

(Phaseolus vulgaris) Blue Jay beans are an early producing plant, with green pods. The beans are excellent as snap beans and as dry beans. The beans themselves are a mottled blue with beige color. On average,...
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Bean - Blue Lake Bush

(Phaseolus vulgaris) Blue Lake bush bean is an old time favorite that is dependable and produces delicious tasting beans.  Plants are compact bushes around 40-45 cm (16-18") tall with a spread that averages 30-40 cm...
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Bean - Blue Lake Pole

(Phaseolus vulgaris) The Blue Lake Pole Bean produces heavy yields of meaty but very tender, medium size, 18 cm (7") straight, dark green pods. Good used fresh but renowned for their canning and freezing qualities....
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Bean - Broad Windsor Fava

(Phaseolus vulgaris) The Broad Windsor is a classic English variety and it is perhaps one of the world’s oldest and most widespread food crop.  It is prized for its large succulent seeds. The plant produces...
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Bean - Carson Bush

(Phaseolus vulgaris) Carson bush bean is a high yielding yellow wax bean that produces early yellow wax bean that are 13 cm (5¼”) long.  Pods are slender straight yellow pods that hang in clusters on strong compact...
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Bean - Contender Bush

(Phaseolus vulgaris) Contender is an early bush bean that is reliable, heavy yielding, and considered by many to be the earliest producing bean at an amazing 45-55 days. Contender bean is perfect for short, cool...
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Bean - Dark Red Kidney

(Phaseolus vulgaris) Dark Red Kidney is a sturdy bush plant that grows between 45-51 cm (18-20” high) with a spread of 40 cm (16”) wide.   This bush variety produces heavy yields of dried beans in...
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Bean - Derby Bush

(Phaseolus vulgaris) Derby Bush bean is an open pollinated bush type bean that  grows 45 – 46cm (18 inches) tall with a spread of 38-45 cm (15-18”).  This sturdy bush bean produces large yields of remarkably...
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Bean - Dutch Brown

Approximately 2-3 seeds per gram.Phaseolus vulgaris Lot#BB23104 90 – 100 days for dry beans. Open Pollinated variety. Bush type plant produces amazing yields of beans.  Particularly notable for its flavor… almost buttery to nutlike.   Plants are...
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Bean - Gold Rush Wax

Approximately 3-4 seeds per gram.Phaseolus vulgarisLot# BB23017Gold Rush produces early yellow wax beans that are 12-15 cm (5-6”) long.They are slender straight yellow pods that hang in clusters on strong compact dark green bushy plants.  Average plant...
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Bean - Golden Wax

Approximately 2-4 seeds per gram. Phaseolus vulgaris Lot# BD23020 One of the oldest known wax beans. Golden Wax was first introduced sometime around 1871. There have been many variations over the years, but Golden Wax was also...
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Bean - Jacobs Cattle

Approximately 1-2 seeds per gram. Phaseolus vulgaris LOT#BB23114 An old-time bean from the New England state. Jacob Cattle beans are slightly kidney-shaped and have a distinctive, white and maroon-mottled color. These beans have long been a staple for...
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Bean - Kentucky Wonder Bush

(Phaseolus vulgaris) The Kentucky Wonder ‘bush’ bean is an early maturing bean variety (45-55 days).  It grows on a sturdy bush habit between 45-51 cm (18-20”) high and 41-46 cm (16-18”) wide.  Beans are produced...
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Bean - Kentucky Wonder Pole

(Phaseolus vulgaris) The Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean also knows as “Old Homestead” & “Texas Pole” is one of the oldest and most widely used bean varieties ever grown. It is a dependable variety that produces...
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Bean - Kentucky Wonder Yell...

(Phaseolus vulgaris) The Kentucky Wonder Yellow Wax Pole Bean is a strong, hardy and vigorous climber much like the green snap variety.  It is a very prolific producer of beautiful buttery yellow, round, meaty pods,...
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Bean - Light Red Kidney

Approximately 2 seeds per gram.Phaseolus vulgarisLot#BD23117An early, light red kidney bean with good flavor. Excellent for chili, bean salads, and soups. Exceptional culinary quality, with silky texture and thin skin.  Plants grow to medium size that...
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Bean - Magpie

Approximately 3 seeds per gram.Phaseolus vulgarisLOT#BB23115A sturdy bush bean that grows 38-45 cm (15-18”) tall with a 30-36 cm (12-14”) spread.   Introduced by Sutton’s in 1909, this heirloom produces 12-17 cm (5-7”) long, thin, green pods...
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Bean - Oceanis

Approximately 3 - 5 seeds per gram.Phaseolus vulgarisLot#BD23027Oceanis bean is a European fillet type bean that averages between 11-12 cm (4-5”) long and around 5 - 6 mm (¼”) thick with a smooth skin.  Produces medium...
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Bean - Orca

Approximately 3 - 5 seeds per gram.Phaseolus vulgarisLot#BD2310780 – 100 days for dry beans. Open Pollinated. Bush type plant produces good yields of beans. Excellent choice for home gardens. The Orca bean is also known as...
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Bean - Painted Pony

Approximately 2-3 seeds per gram.Phaseolus vulgarisLOT#BB23045The Painted Pony is also known as the Mare Brown bean.  An heirloom bean type that is a multi-purpose bean. It can be picked for a green snap bean at about...
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Bean - Pinto

Approximately 3 - 5 seeds per gram.Phaseolus vulgarisLot#BD2310885 – 120 days for dry beans. Can be harvested earlier as green snap beans.  An open pollinated bush type plant produces good yields of beans. Plants grow on...
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Bean - Provider Bush

Aproximately 2-4 seeds per gram  Phaseolus vulgaris Lot# BB23028 Provider Bush is a very popular and reliable early bush bean (50 days).  A very widely adapted, stress-tolerant variety with good disease resistance.  The plants are compact with a...
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Bean - Purple Peacock Pole

Approximately 2-3 seeds per gram. Phaseolus vulgaris LOT#BP23215 A stunning and delicious purple pole bean that was discovered in the 1930's in the Ozark Mountains.  Climbing vines grow to 1.8-2.0m (6-7’) tall and they require vertical...
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Bean - Red Mexican

Approximately 3 - 5 seeds per gram.Phaseolus vulgarisLot#BD2312385 – 100 days for dry beans. Open Pollinated. Bush type plant produces good yields of beans. Excellent choice for home gardens. The Red Mexican Bean is also known...
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Bean - Royal Burgundy Bush

Approximately 3-4 seeds per gram. Phaseolus vulgaris Lot# B23032 Royal Burgundy bush bean produces amazingly purple-violet colored beans that grow on sturdy compact bush plants that can grow upwards to 40-51 cm (16-20") tall with a spread...
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Bean - Slenderette

Approximately 4-5 seeds per gram.Phaseolus vulgarisLOT#BB23033The Slenderette Bush Bean comes from Twin Falls, Idaho and was first introduced in 1968. It produces excellent yields of dark green, slender, stringless pods that are 13 cm (5”) long. ...
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Bean - Strike

(Phaseolus vulgaris)Strike Bush Bean sets the standard for earliness.  It grows a sturdy bush plant between 30-45 cm (12-18”) tall and 36-45 cm (14-18”) wide.  The plant produces heavy yields of straight 12-14cm (5-5½ ")...
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Bean - Tenderette

Approximately 4 - 5 seeds per gram.(Phaseolus vulgaris)Lot#BD23038The Tenderette bean is an old heirloom with some historians fixing the date as far back as 8,000 BC.  The bush plant grows to 45-61cm (18-24”) in height with...
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Bean - Tendergreen

(Phaseolus vulgaris)Lot#BD23039A longtime favorite, this bean’s round pods are on average, 15cm (6”) long, straight and nearly stringless. Yield is heavy and prolonged. Bush type habit growing 50-70cm (20-28”) tall with spread of 51-61cm (20-24”)...
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Bean -Taylor Dwarf Horticul...

(Phaseolus vulgaris)   Lot# BD23116 This pre-1800 dry 'Heirloom' bean is a great producer of good tasting dry beans with seeds coloured purple to red with white splashes.  The plants are compact and stout that...
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Beet - Bulls Blood

Bulls blood is a popular Heirloom variety of beet since the Victorian times. Like many other beets, Bulls Blood is a relatively low maintenance plant.  It is primarily grown for its tender, sweet, deep red-burgundy...
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Beet - Chioggia

Chioggia is a striking and colorful Italian heirloom beet variety that has been grown in home gardens since at least the 1840's.  The beets have a light red, flattened globe-shaped root with colorful interior rings...
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Beet - Cylindra

Cylindra Beet dates back to the 1880s.  It is also known as the "Formanova", an heirloom beet from Denmark.   It is surprisingly sweet for it size. It almost resembles the shape of an oversized carrot...
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Beet - Detroit Dark Red

Detroit dark Red Beet was introduced in 1892, and this traditional favorite produces uniform medium sized 5-8 cm, (2-3") beets with dark red skins. Tasty, sweet and smooth it is a great storage beet that...
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Beet - Early Wonder

Early Wonder Tall Top has been around since 1911.  Tops are 40-45 cm, (16-18") leafy and emerald green.  This variety is first to develop full-sized, smooth-skinned red roots that are wonderful for eating.  Early Wonder...
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Beet - Golden Grex

Golden Grex Beet is truly a wonderful beet which comes from breeder Alan Kapular. These beets are a colorful, bright, ruddy orange with tapered roots and creamy yellowish-white interiors.  Many will have darker concentric interior yellow,...
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Beet - Lutz Green Leaf

Lutz Green Leaf Beet has roots that are about 10-15 cm (4- 6") in diameter and can get much bigger without that woody taste or texture.  Thin out to 10-15 cm (4-6") spacing to allow...
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Beet - Touchstone Gold

Touchstone is a fantastic, yellow, open pollinated beet that is considered the best yellow beet available today. Round, smooth, golden roots retain their color when cooked. Good uniform shape for an open pollinated beet.  Buttery,...
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Bergamot - Lemon

Lemon bergamot is a fast growing, annual herb reaching 60-90cm (24-36”).   It comes from the mint family and may be called Lemon Bee Balm, Lemon Mint.  When the crushed, the leaves have a fragrance reminiscent...
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Borage

An easy to grow, self-seeding plant with vivid blue, star-shaped flowers and cucumber flavored foliage.  Borage plants will grow to a height of about 45 cm (18"), and spread about 30 cm  (12").  Borage is...
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Broccoli - Calabrese

Calabrese Broccoli is an old Italian Heirloom broccoli that dates back to the 1800s.  It grows to an average height of 76-91 cm, (30-36") with a spread that is 30-40 cm (12-16") wide. A deliciously old-fashioned...
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Broccoli - Di Cicco

Di Cicco Broccoli is an old Italian Heirloom broccoli that dates back to 1890.  It grows to an average height of 61-91 cm, (24-36") with a spread that is 30 cm (12") wide.  It is...
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Broccoli - Waltham 29

“Waltham 29” Broccoli was developed in 1950.  It is a dwarf compact plant with a branching habit that grows to 45-61 cm (18-24”) high with a spread of 45-55 cm (18-20”) wide.  It is a reliable...
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