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Pea (Little Marvel)

These prolific dwarf 18 to 20″ vines offer dependable, early yields. Abundant 3″ blunt-tipped pods are well filled with 5 to 6 plump berries of unusually fi ne sweetness and flavor when picked young. Little Marvel is early, develops its seeds quickly, and needs no trellis.

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Lettuce (Lola Rossa Darkness)

Lolla Rossa Darkness is an ideal variety to grow for salad mixes. Its intense red color and tightly curled leaf add a splash of color, texture and loft to salad or greens mixes. Lolla Rossa Darkness has a compact plant habit and holds its dark red color, even under stressful growing conditions.

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Lettuce (Muir)

The sweet crispy light green leaves of this slow growing variety are upright and form a well filled heart. Plants are strong against bolting and tip burn.

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Lettuce (Royal Oak Leaf)

This variety caught our attention because of its darker green color and improved uniformity over the standard Oakleaf. Large plants produce deep lobed leaves that have a rich green color and attractive shine. Also slower to bolt than the standard Oakleaf.

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Lettuce (Sangria)

Sangria MTO lettuce is a beautiful red butterhead lettuce that is resistant to bolting and tipburn. Large round heads have smooth bright green leaves tinged with red. The red coloring is more intense in the spring. Sangria MTO Lettuce is tender and flavorful.

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Melon (Rockstar)

This second early, Eastern shipper has an outstanding eating quality and the disease package needed to produce high yields. With Rockstar’s uniform sized 5 to 7 lb. fruit, high yield potential and great holding ability, it makes a perfect addition to any melon growing program. Its exterior has slight sutures and medium netting. The orange flesh is firm and consistently produces high sugar levels.

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