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65-100 days. Grow in spring and harvest delicious beans to enjoy fresh or dried. Sow in fall as a cover crop.
65 days. Fresh lima beans taste so different from store bought beans, you won't recognize them. Sweet, tender, nutty.
30-40 days. So easy to grow your own green manure for healthier, more productive soil.
62 days. This handsome, vigorous, nutritious kale adds heartiness to soups, stews and grain dishes.
55 days. Beautiful color and delicate, buttery flavor. Heat and cold tolerance means an extended growing season.
55 days. The unusual speckling of these tender leaves will add a beautiful touch to any salad.
40 days. A favorite of generations of gardeners because of its heat tolerance and fast growth. Crisp and delicious.
45 days. An attractive duo, red and green leaves with exceptional quality. Ideal for baby greens.
50 days. A favorite for so many years. If you are looking for just one lettuce to plant, this is it!
21-58 days. Enjoy gourmet greens without paying a gourmet price! Our custom mix has beautiful flavors and colors.
21-58 days. Just like mescluns found in gourmet stores, but at a fraction of the cost, and so easy to grow. HEIRLOOM.
68 days.The only choice for a Caesar salad because of its large, crisp, sweet leaves.Easy to grow and always delicious!
68 days. Named for Parris Island off South Carolina, this old favorite romaine is crisp, sweet and delicious.
68 days. Long-time favorite known for pretty red color, crisp leaves, good flavor and tolerane to heat and cold.
60 days. Mildest flavor and softest texture of any salad green, with leaves so tender they "melt" in your mouth.
85 days. Fabulous flavor! An old time favorite, Hale's Best is so luscious, your mouth will water!
80 days. With old-fashioned, sweet flavor, this 1890s favorite still wins taste tests.
10-20 days. Exceptionally tender, shoots impart the sweet taste of fresh peas into many fresh & cooked dishes.
60 days. Delicate stems and juicy sweet tops! Vigorous, reliable and very easy to grow from seed.
63 days. An abudance of flavorsome peppers come in early on this sturdy plant. Enjoy raw, pickled, or stuffed.
75 days. A medium-hot Old World favorite, the perfect pick for a peck of pickled peppers!
75 days. This vibrant, glowing orange pepper will dress up your stuffed pepper dinner, salads, or crudites tray.
75 days. Two colors on one plant! Excellent for stuffing, roasting, grilling, or as a snack.
This captivating plant bears clusters of miniature "pumpkins". Intriguing and fun for fall displays!
60 days. An exciting winter addition to salad or stir-fry, this Japanese radish is crisp, yet hearty and mild.
55 days. A garden standard and the most widely grown summer squash. Tender, creamy and flavorful.
45 days. An All-America Selections winner in 1938, and still very popular because it is firm, creamy and so tasty!