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Lettuce, Tennis Ball (organic)

Small rosettes of light green leaves measure only 7″ in diameter and form loose tender heads. Grown by Thomas Jefferson at Monticello. According to Heirloom Vegetable Gardening by SSE member William Woys Weaver, tennis ball lettuces were often pickled in salt brine during the 17th and 18th centuries. Black-seeded. Butterhead, 50 days. ±31,000 seeds/oz.

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Pumpkin French Cinderlla

Popular in Paris in the 1880s, and introduced to the U.S. in 1883, this remarkable French heirloom, also known as ‘Rouge Vif d’Étampes’ (‘vivid red of Étampes”), is deeply ridged, 12″–24″ across, and weighs 15–20 pounds. It’s a terrific decoration whether carved or not. Moderately sweet; perfect for baking and canning. The inspiration for the […]

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Stevia

Now you can grow your own calorie-free, carbohydrate-free, low-glycemic sweetener at home! Stevia, also called sweetleaf, is up to 300 times sweeter than sugar, so a little goes a long way. Some say the leaves have a slight, pleasant, anise aftertaste. The bushy, 18″-30″ tall plants can be grown in 10″-12″ diameter containers. Leaves are […]

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Pumpkin Lumina (white)

Just the porch lights from other houses make ‘Lumina’ glow! ‘Lumina’ is wonderful for painting (very smooth skin), carving, and baking; the flavor and texture are excellent! Pumpkins are 8″–10″ in diameter and weigh 10–12 pounds each. Very fun for kids to grow.

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Squash Summer Cocozelle

A treasured 1800s Italian heirloom, ‘Cocozelle’ has very long, dark green fruit with light green vertical stripes. Also called ‘Cocozella di Napoli’, it is a compact bush type plant that can be grown in any sunny spot in the garden or in a large container. Italians traditionally harvest summer squash when very young, about finger […]

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Arugula Wild Rocket "Rocky"

‘Rocky’ is a fast-growing, wild-type arugula that grows in a compact rosette form. Wild arugula has a slightly stronger, more complex flavor than regular arugula, and is perennial in USDA zones 6—10. Its flavor can be described as peppery or mustardy with a hint of nuttiness. Most often eaten raw in salads, arugula can also […]

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Cover Crop Crimson Clover Seeds

While the names are similar, crimson clover is different than red clover. This annual clover has larger, elongated flower heads with deep red, long-lasting blossoms that invite beneficial insects, such as ladybugs and bees. Like other clovers, crimson clover fixes nitrogen, but it’s faster growing for quick benefits to your garden. Crimson clover grows best […]

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Tri-Pot Terrarium

The Tri-Pot Terrarium is the perfect vessel for starting seeds, creating a mini tropical garden, housing carnivorous plants, or growing succulents. The removeable, acrylic dome creates a greenhouse environment and features an adjustable vent, allowing you to create a range of moisture to keep your plants happy. This planter is great on table tops, shelves, […]

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Rosette Boy Choi Tatsoi Seeds

Believed to be of very ancient origin, the spoon-shaped, dark green, evenly spaced leaves make tatsoi a plant worthy to be grown for its decorative value alone! More nutritious (high calcium and vitamin content) and more flavorful (slightly mustard-like) than traditional bok choy; many consider it a superior flavor, and it is prized for its […]