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BLUE LAKE ─ 55 days. A real flavor treat! Tender pods grow up to 6 inches long and hold up longer than many varieties as the white seeds and fiber are slow to form. Vigorous, somewhat spreading plants produce heavy yields, particularly later in the sea-son. Use fresh, can them or take them to market.
PROVIDER ─ 55 days. A delicious prolific bean that yields all season. Resistant to powdery mildew. Tolerant of hot weather and declared to have the best “bean” taste. Popular with canners.
GOLDEN WAX ─ 50 days. These bush plants produce straight, string-less pods with a buttery flavor. Early and dependable for fresh eating, canning and freezing. Tender, meaty pods are best harvested at 3-4 inches. Seeds are white with purple-brown eyes. Grows two to three feet tall.
BLUE LAKE ─ 63 days. An excellent canning and freezing variety. Good also for fresh market. Heavy yielder of straight,
6 inch round, string-less, dark green pods. Not for mechanical harvesting.
DETROIT DARK RED ─ 60 days. For shipping, canning and fresh eating. Strong tops suited to mechanical harvesting. Roots are nearly globular; also smooth, uniform, oxblood red and with a small taproot. Flesh is dark red with indistinctive red zones.
CHIOGGIA ─ 60 days. Striking purple and white interior zoning with a sweet peppery flavor. The 10-12 inch pink-striped stems are smooth, green, and mild tasting. An Italian home garden favorite with small, flattened globe-shaped roots. Heavy yields.
CYLINDRA ─ 55 days. This cylindrical dark red beet grows up to 6 inches long and 2inches in diameter. Great shape for making uniform slices; up to three times as many as a round beet. Popular for canning and freezing.
WALTHAM 29 ─ 80 days. Compact and dark blue-green. Well-rounded medium-large head with small buds. High yielder for freezing or market.
RED ACRE ─ 60 days. Popular early red variety for Spring and Summer harvest. Plants are relatively small and short-stemmed.
Medium-sized heads are round, hard, deep-purplish red and weigh about 5 lbs.
BABY PAK CHOI (WHITE CABBAGE) ─ 55 days. Chinese non-heading leaf with bulbous plants featuring large white midribs.
With a slight mustard taste, this cool weather plant does best in early spring or fall. Used like celery or for greens.
HALE’S BEST ─ 82 days. A big melon, with an average weight of 4.5 lbs. Well-netted, with practically no ribs. Deep-salmon colored flesh is thick, sweet and of fine eating quality with 6” fruits.
HONEYROCK ─ 82 days. Measuring six inches in diameter and weighing 3-4 pounds, Honeyrock’s exterior is tough, gray-green and ribbed, with a sweet, firm, deep salmon-colored flesh. This vigorous variety is ideal for garden and local markets, producing 5-7 melons per plant.
HEARTS OF GOLD ─ 82 days. This sweet, deep-orange flesh is aromatic, thick and firm with a small cavity. A nearly round melon weighing 3 – 4 lbs., Hearts of Gold is heavily netted with medium ribs. A very vigorous and productive variety, it is also blight resistant, and ships well for moderate distances.
SCARLET NANTES ─ 68 days. An excellent sort for home garden or market, but too tender for shipping. Tops are small and roots are bright orange, cylindrical, and blunt-ended. Flesh is reddish-orange, crisp, and of very delicate flavor. Nearly coreless.
DANVERS 126 ─ 75 days. A late-season multi-purpose variety. Longer, smoother and brighter orange-red than other Danvers types. Roots are 2 inches wide at the shoulder and taper to a blunt end at a length of 7-8 inches. Excellent for processing, fresh market and home garden.
SNOWBALL ─ 72 days. Pure white smooth heads, up to 8 inches in diameter, vigorous curled upright leaves will self wrap in cool weather but not in warm weather for early crops.
SPACEMASTER ─ 50 days. Dwarf 36 inch vines with no runners, adaptable to a wide range of climates. Resistant to scab and cucumber mosaic virus. Produces smooth, slender and dark green 7-8 inch fruits.
MUNCHER ─ 58 days. Smooth, medium-green 9 x 3 inch fruit with vigorous vines. This prolific variety is mosaic-resistant, and remains tender at any stage.
HOMEMADE PICKLES ─ 62 days. Bush-type plants produce medium green, 5-6 inch fruits with small white spines and a crisp, solid core. A good pickling variety that can be harvested at 1.5 inches for baby sweets; pick regularly to maintain production. Quality disease resistance.
STRAIGHT 8 ─ 65 days. Straight, smooth and cylindrical with rounded blunt ends, Straight 8 is tolerant to mosaic, and produces 8 x 2-2.5-inch, dark green fruits. An early, prolific and vigorous variety ideal for home use.
MARKETMORE 76 ─ 68 days. A high-quality slicing cucumber with rich, glossy, deep green fruits. Marketmore reaches 8 to 9 inches; produce is well-shaped and uniform. The semi-bush vines offer resistance to scab, mosaic, and mil-dew.
BOUQUET ─ 68 days. This plant is vigorous, erect and has a large, fairly compact head. Plant size is 30-40 inches with slender stems and dark green foliage.
PURPLE VIENNA ─ 60 days. Purple-skinned bulbs with green-white flesh. Small tops. Slightly larger than Early White Vienna.
BLACK SEEDED SIMPSON ─ 45 days. Large, loose and light green, these lightly crumpled leaves mature very early. The inner leaves blanch almost white. Plants are large and upright, and withstand heat and drought well. Withstands some frost. Slow to bolt.
GREEN SALAD BOWL ─ 50 days. Long, wavy and light green leaves are deep-notched; rosette is large and fast growing, tip-burn and heat resistant. Will not become bitter in hot weather, very slow to bolt.
BUTTERCRUNCH ─ 65 days. A Butterhead type of lettuce with a larger, more compact yellow-white heart. Less bolting and long lasting, this lettuce is heat tolerant and grows to 12 inches. With relatively loose heading, reddish-tinged 4.5 inch rosette heads and a white seed.
PARIS ISLAND COS (ROMAINE) ─ 76 days. Dark gray-green, upright heads grow 8-12 inches. Slightly and neatly folded with a savory, creamy white heart. Vigorous, very uniform, medium to slow bolt. Tip-burn and mosaic tolerant.
CLEMSON SPINELESS ─ 60 days. This vigorous, 4-foot high plant produces an abundance of dark green, grooved pods without spines. Best picked when 3 inches long. Pick pods young, while still tender. Excellent for use in soups, stews and relishes.
OREGON SUGAR POD (SNOW PEAS) ─ 60 days. Small vines grow 24-30 inches tall with no staking needed. Tender pods cook up sweet and crunchy. Freezes well, with no loss of color or flavor.
PROGRESS NO. 9 ─ 69 days. High-yielding and early, this heavy producer boasts 5inch pods with 7-9 sweet, plump peas in each. Grow on a trellis or along a fence. Harvest continuously when ripe to encourage greater yields.
EARLY JALAPENO ─ 65 days. An earlier jalapeño better adapted to cool conditions. In a concentrated set, thick-walled 3 inch cone-shaped fruits ripen to red and are hottest when fully ripe. Compact, non-brittle bushes grow to 24 inches tall.
CAYENNE ─ 75 days. Fruit is dark green to bright red in color, and plants are large, vigorous spreaders. Bountiful harvests make these peppers ideal for pickles, canning and drying.
CALIFORNIA WONDER BELL ─ 75 days. Fruits are mostly 4-lobed, heavy, smooth, thick-walled and blocky. Color tends toward green on this pendant variety of 24-28 inch plants.
HABANERO ORANGE ─ 95 days. 36” plants hold 1 inch peppers with thick, wrinkled, light-green flesh which ripens to a lovely golden-orange. Measuring 200.00 on the Scoville heat unit scale, Habenero-Orange is slow to germinate, and must be grown in warm, moist conditions.
JACK-BE-LITTLE ─ 95 days. Miniature pumpkins ranging from 2-6 ounces in weight and 2-3 inches in diameter. Ideal for table decorations and crafts.
SPOOKIE ─ 100 days. A Sugar Pie-Jack O’Lantern hybrid with a heavy yield. Uniformly shaped, weighing 6-10 pounds. Red-orange skin is smooth and the sweet, yellow-orange flesh is excellent for pies.
BIG MAX ─ 105 days. 100-pound pumpkins are common when well grown. With a round to flattened-round shape and a pinkish-orange exterior. Flesh is a bright yellowish-orange and 3-4 inches thick. Ideal for carving and suitable for pies.
SMALL SUGAR ─ 110 days. Fruit is round, flattened at the ends and typically weigh 6 pounds. Hard, smooth skin is ribbed and reddish-orange in color. Thick, orange-yellow flesh is excellent for pies. Small Sugar is a good keeper.
JACK O’LANTERN ─ 115 days. Average fruit is about the size and shape of a man’s head or larger. Not highly uniform and often produces oblong shapes which makes for unusual Jack O’Lanterns. Exterior is bright yellow and smooth.
HOWDEN ─ 115 days. A beautiful, heavy yielding pumpkin with a uniform, deep-round shape and a rich orange color. Fruits weigh 20-30 lbs. and have large dark green stems which are firmly attached to a ridged hard shell.
CHERRY BELLE ─ 22 days. Resembles cherries in shape and color. Flesh is white, crisp and retains good eating qualities longer than most. Highly desirable for market, home use and greenhouse forcing. Tops are very short.
FRENCH BREAKFAST ─ 25 days. Oblong and blunt, the French Breakfast features a 5-6 inch top and a white-tipped, scarlet exterior. With crisp white flesh, and small and slender taproot, this top quality variety has a distinct and mildly pungent flavor.
GERMAN GIANT ─ 29 days. A very large red radish from Germany, the Giant has scarlet skin with a crisp, white, and slightly pungent flesh. Can be harvested from marble up to baseball-size without becoming woody or spongy.
WHITE ICICLE ─ 30 days. White, uniform and with a very slender taproot, this variety tapers to a point, and has crisp, mild white flesh. The 5-6 inch tops are suitable to eat. The White Icicle holds its quality well.
BLOOMSDALE ─ 45 days. Outstanding strain of savory-leaved spinach. In-demand for home and market gardens. Plant is uniform and compact while leaves are large, dark green, blistered and crumpled.
SPAGHETTI (SUMMER/WINTER) ─ 50 days baby/90 days mature. Pick it small and treat it like a summer squash. Let the skin color change from cream to buff and spaghetti squash becomes a winter squash that keeps up to six months. You’ll love this versatile and delicious alternative to high carb pasta. Vigorous spreading vines, and cylindrical fruits.
EARLY PROLIFIC STRAIGHTNECK (SUMMER) ─ 55 days. Lemon-yellow, lightly-warted, club-shaped fruits measuring up to14 inch-es when mature. Best at 4-7 inches, with firm, thick and fine-grained flesh of excellent quality. This variety is particularly popular in Northern regions.
DARK GREEN ZUCCHINI (SUMMER) ─ 55 days. Early vigorous bush plant with straight, smooth dark-green mottled fruits that are best at 6-8 inches. With a firm, greenish-white flesh, this heavy yielder has a fine flavor considered stronger than Grey Zucchini.
TABLE QUEEN ACORN (BUSH, WINTER) ─ 85 days. Also known simply as Acorn due to its shape, this individual-sized squash is popular for home, market, garden and shipping. Vines trail, and fruits are ribbed, smooth, thin-shelled and dark green. Especially desirable for baking, the flesh is light yellow and bakes dry and sweet.
WALTHAM BUTTERNUT (WINTER) ─ 95 days. The most popular butternut. Uniform in shape and size with a good interior texture and color, fruits weigh 3-6 lbs. With light tan skin, thick cylindrical necks and small seed cavities. Flesh is rich, nutty, dry and yellowish-orange. Vines are vigorous with high yields. Stores well.
DELICATA (WINTER) ─ 100 days. Delicata has a fine, sweet, potato-like flavor. The vines produce fruits that are 3 inches in diameter and 6-8 inches long. This variety is cream-colored with green stripes from the blossom to the stem.
BURGESS BUTTERCUP (WINTER) ─ 100 days. The most popular, most widely-planted buttercup. Vines trail up to 5 feet. Flattened turbans, measuring 5-8 inches in diameter, weigh up to 3-5 lbs. Rinds are thin, hard, and dark green. Slightly ribbed exterior with a distinctive blossom-end button. Very sweet string-less, fiber-less flesh. Harvest when yellow markings on the fruit’s underside turn orange.
FORDHOOK ─ 62 days. Broad, dark green leaves with white veins and 2.5 inch-wide stalks. Crop is abundant all season and even after light frosts. Excellent for greens; also suitable as a poultry feed.
RUBY RED ─ 55 days. Tender, sweet rhubarb-like stalks with dark green, heavily crumpled leaves. These 18-24 inch plants yield all summer and into the fall. Use fresh, frozen or for ornamental purposes.
CHERRY (BUSH) ─ 65 days. Strong vigorous indeterminate plants, the Red Cherry has small, round red fruits. Measuring, on average, 1 inch in diameter, fruits are borne in large clusters and bear all summer for a long harvest period. This is a widely-used shipper and a heavy yielder with fine flavor.
YELLOW PEAR ─ 75 days. This extremely old variety makes a vigorous plant that bears enormous numbers of bright yellow, bite-sized fruit. The flavor is deliciously tangy. Perfect for summer party hors d’oeuvres.
ROMA ─ 75 days. Considered to be the most well-known paste-type tomato, Roma is perfect for sauces, pastes and ketchup. Its heavy crops of bright red, pear-shaped fruits are nice and meaty with very few seeds.
AMISH PASTE ─ 80 days. This indeterminate, acorn-shaped variety produces deep red, thick, 8 oz. fruits with few seeds.
BEEFSTEAK ─ 82 days. An excellent slicer ideal for home gardeners. Weighing 10 oz. to 2 lbs., Beefsteak is meaty and juicy with a rich sub-acid flavor. Exterior is somewhat rough and ribbed.
BRANDYWINE RED ─ 90 days. This indeterminate potato leaf variety produces 12-16 ounce purple-maroon oval fruits. An heirloom variety that pre-dates 1900, this tomato has a deep, fruity flavor.
PURPLE TOP WHITE GLOBE ─ 57 days. Standard home, market, and shipping variety for table use. Tops are medium, compact and cut-leaved. Roots are globular and smooth. Bright purplish-red in color at top, and white below, Purple Top becomes 5 to 6 inches in diameter. The flesh is white and firm, and particularly fine-grained and tender when young.
SUGAR BABY ─ 79 days. This small, round melon is called an icebox type because it is petite enough to fit in the refrigerator. This widely adapted heirloom variety is solid, dark green on the outside with a bright red, firm and fine-grained flesh that is super sweet. Weight averages 6-10 lbs.
KLECKLY’S SWEET (AKA MONTE CRISTO) ─ 85 days. Excellent for home gardens, this thin-skinned melon does not ship well. The fruit is oblong, dark green in color, and up to forty pounds in weight. The flesh is very sweet and dark red with a string-less heart and large, white seeds.
CRIMSON SWEET ─ 85 days. Blocky, round fruits are an attractive light green with dark green stripes. A thin tough rind protects beautiful deep red, firm and fine-textured flesh. Crimson Sweet has small dark brown seeds and an excellent sugar content, yet it produces far fewer than most varieties. Average weight is 25 lbs.
ALLSWEET ─ 90 days. Weighing in at an average of 25 lbs., this long cylinder-shaped melon features green, broken stripes. Ripeness is best determined by yellowing that develops on its bottom side. Early picking should be avoided. Flesh is bright red and high in sugar. Most melons produce only a few dark seeds.
MOON & STARS ─ 100 days. These large, ovals, 40-pound fruits feature dark green skin speckled with bright-yellow color, resembling a star and moon pattern. Leaves are also speckled, and flesh is bright red and very sweet.
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RED NORLAND – EARLY SEASON Medium to large tubers with smooth, thin, red skin. Good storage with moderate resistance to scab. Developed at North Dakota State for northern climates, this heirloom has white flesh and great flavor.
YUKON GOLD – EARLY SEASON This potassium-rich potato has slightly oval tubers with shallow, pink eyes. The light yellow flesh holds its color after baking, boiling, or french-frying. Yukon Gold is susceptible to common scab, but is a good keeper.
RED LASODA – MID SEASON One of the best storing red, this heirloom potato keeps well into June. Smooth, red skin, deep eyes and white flesh, Lasoda tolerates high temperatures but susceptible to disease.
KATAHDIN – MID SEASON A standard since 1932, flat to round, white tubers are good mashed, baked, or as fries. Plant is drought resistant and yields well.
DEFENDER –LATE SEASON First late blight resistant russet, Defender is high yielding, lightly russeted and suitable for any way you like to eat potatoes. Oblong with white flesh and good storage.
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FRENCH FINGERLING A gourmet-quality fingerling with smooth red skin and yellow flesh. There is usually a pink/red ring under the skin. French Fingerling produces medium to larger tubers. Extra late maturity and an excellent keeper.
AUSTRIAN CRESCENT A smooth potato with slightly bitter yellow-tan skin and a light-yellow flesh. Prolific plants yield tubers as long as 10”, and some weigh as much as 7 oz. This variety is firm and waxy with excellent salad qualities, or delicious simply boiled or steamed.
LA RATTE Creamy, earthy and rich with a hint of nut flavor, the La Ratte potato is a culinary treat that’s simple to grow in the home garden. The delicate skin means this potato doesn’t store well, but what you lose in storability, you make up for in taste .
RUSSIAN BANANA These savory, finger-sized yellow tubers are exquisite baked, boiled, or in salads. This gourmet heirloom variety was first grown by early Russian settlers. With crescent-shaped tapered ends, this variety is of unsurpassed culinary quality.
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BI-COLOR SWEET CORN
SWEETNESS +ProfitCoat+NB (68 DAYS) Excellent emergence and vigor, this sturdy plant produces a nice ear with a solid tip fill. Very high eating quality.
LUSCIOUS +ProfitCoat+NB (75 days) Exceptional buttery sweet flavor and melt-in-your-mouth tenderness. Blocky ears with 16-18 rows of kernels. Easy-to-pick ears are 2′ off the ground with good tip fill and cover.
YELLOW SWEET CORN
SPRING TREAT +ProfitCoat+NB (68 DAYS) A lovely sugar-enhanced yellow with a nice package and easy snap. This early variety reaches 60 inches with 7.5-8 inch long ears. 14-16 rows of kernels per ear.
BODACIOUS +ProfitCoat+NB (75 DAYS) A quality yellow with an easy snap. Stalks reach 86 inches, and ears are 8.5 inches with a 16-18 row count. This clean plant is tolerant to Stewart’s wilt.
WHITE SWEET CORN
SUGAR PEARL +ProfitCoat+NB (73 DAYS) A beautiful white corn. This vigorous plant reaches heights of 78 inches. The average ear is 8 inches with 14-16 rows of kernels.
*All sweet corn can cross pollinate with field and popcorn resulting in starchy kernels
**Isolate synergistic varieties from other SU1 group varieties for best performance