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Spinach (Regiment)

Dark green mildly savoy traditional triangular leaves make nice full heads for bunching. Very good seedling vigor and excellent cold soil tolerance are vital for both spring and fall sowing

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Squash (Butterscotch)

Fruit is much sweeter than the average butternut due to higher sugar content. It produces fruit of a smaller size of 1-2 lbs that are good for short term storage.

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Squash (Gold Rush)

This is an All America Selections winner! This golden zucchini has an eye-catching golden yellow color that makes it a favorite squash for market stands. The smooth, cylindrical, uniform fruit are borne on upright, open plants that are easy to pick. Gold Rush makes a fine addition to fresh market vegetable displays.

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Squash (Spaghetti)

This unusual winter squash produces spaghetti-like strands of flesh, which add interesting variety to your fall and winter offering. The oblong fruit are 8 to 10″ long and turn yellow when ripe. Vegetable Spaghetti is a good keeper and can be stored for several months. Try it for something a little different this year.

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Tomato (Artisan Pink Bumble)

This 1 – 1½” round cherry tomato is sure to create excitement with its extraordinary beauty and superb flavor. Fruits resist cracking and are striped with pink and yellow. This new color is great for mixed pints and is extremely versatile in the kitchen. Well suited for outdoor growing or protected culture.

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Tomato (Ground Cherry)

Once a very common home garden crop, ground cherries have recently become increasingly hard to find. Excellent citrus flavor, can be used fresh in salads or for preparing jams, pies, and sauces. Bushy plants grow 24” tall, are extremely productive and great for containers. Encased in a paper-like husk and will store 3-4 weeks under cool & dry conditions.

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Tomato (Moskvich)

One of the most appealing extra-early tomatoes. Fruits are early, deep red, and cold tolerant. Rich flavor. Smooth and globe-shaped. 4-6 oz. with a small stem scar. Indeterminate. USDA Certified Organic.

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Pea (Oregon Sugar Pod)

An early edible-podded flat snow pea with a 24 to 28″ vine that produces continuous yields of large, broad pods. Oregon Sugar Pod #2 is delicious steamed or used fresh. Easy to grow without trellising. Released by Oregon State University.

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Tomato (Washington Cherry)

First-early determinate red cherry tomato. High-yielding compact plants. Globe-shaped, 20–25 gm. fruits have a deep red color. Thick-walled, meaty, and flavorful, with good keeping quality on or off the vine. Widely adapted. Developed by Washington State University. Determinate. USDA Certified Organic.

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