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Straight Eight Cucumbers are very dependable at producing prolific crops. These cucumbers are smooth, straight, deep green, 15-20 cm (6-8″) long and 5-6 cm (2½”) wide with rounded blunt ends. Early, vigorous and prolific, it tolerates mosaic virus well. It is a superb variety that has stood the test of time

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Dwarf sunspot sunflower makes a striking container plant, but will require regular feeding, and a fairly heavy base so that it doesn’t get to heavy. The long lasting flowers produce copious seeds for wild birds to snack on.

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Mary Washington Asparagus is a perennial vegetable plant that is typically grown for its edible qualities. The stems are usually harvested from mid to late spring. The stems have a pleasant taste

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Tumbler Tomatoes are an F1 Hybrid variety that is excellent for hanging baskets and containers. These plants provide cascades of wonderfully sweet, 2.5 cm (1″) cherry tomatoes that will tumble down over the edge of containers.

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Extra early, incredibly sweet snap peas on short, 60cm (2′) vines that don’t require trellising. Sugar Ann snap pea seeds are an excellent choice for smaller garden spaces. The bushy plants produce crisp, tasty, 6cm (2″) pods, and have excellent resistance to pea enation virus and powdery mildew

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Early Golden Bantam Corn is an old time favorite selected for its tenderness & sweet flavor. It is a fast maturing corn with stocks growing 1.5-2 m (5-6′) tall. Sweet golden yellow 15-19 cm, (6.5-7″) ears, with 8 rows. Ideal for freezing and fresh “corn on the cob” eating

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Peaches and Cream is one of the sweetest and most tender corns ever developed. This variety is a delicious gourmet bicolor sweet corn that has a great tasting yellow and white kernels. Peaches and Cream matures early for a quality bicolor and sweet flavor.

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Beefsteak tomatoes, aptly named for their large size and meaty texture, have a classic tomato flavor, however, depending upon the variety, they can also be sweet to the taste. They are heavy, reaching weights as high as four pounds, and they range in color from pink, to vibrant red, to orange

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Possibly the most popular yellow heirloom variety of tomato, the Yellow Pear gets its name from its color and shape. This variety dates back to the 1800s and is a vigorous indeterminate. It produces generously with an abundance of small, yellow pear-shaped tomatoes that are sweet, but mild in flavor

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Waltham is a great cool-climate Broccoli variety that produces nice medium-sized heads and a fine crop of side shoots! Plants are non-uniform in maturity, resulting in a prolonged harvest period, which is ideal for the home vegetable garden

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Long Island Improved is the most common and widely adapted open pollinated Brussel Sprout variety for the home vegetable garden! Compact plants grow up to 24 inches tall and produce massive amounts of tight, tender heads that average 1 1/2″ in diameter. Relative maturity is 100 days from sowing.

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