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    This productive, disease-resistant, and compact patty pan squash is sure to provide your family with more squash than you will know what to do with!
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    Blue Flax seeds produce a charming plant with edible seeds that can be used in bread, cereals, and more. It's a lovely addition to any garden and grows effortlessly!
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  • This leafy green is nutritious and essential to every garden. Lacinato is the most popular variety of kale. Sauté or wilt to improve flavor, giving it a mild finish.
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  • A native of Italy, this perennial can be used as a vegetable, herb, and spice. As a vegetable, use the plant's spreading bulbous base for a texture much like celery, but with a subtle anise flavor.
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  • This beautiful California poppy has stunning orange flowers that bloom during the cooler season.
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  • This beautiful orange flowering plant is a perfect addition to any garden and is easy to grown. Bunches of 2-3 inch wide orange blooms are produced on this 2-3 foot plant. This is a great plant for growing in full sun against walls or other structures.
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    This annual heirloom dates back to 1890! This beefsteak-style tomato is a favorite among heirloom growers. It boasts a beautiful deep purple-pink color, sweet flavor, and large-sized fruit that are great for sandwiches and salads. A must-have for any tomato fanatic!
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  • Bean, Fava

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    Classic Fava bean with excellent flavor and heavy production. This bean is used as a valuable cover crop and green manure that also makes for tasty meals!
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  • Can't decide which sunflowers to grow? Get them all! This Sunflower Mix has several varieties of sunflowers perfect for wildflower gardens. In this mix, you can find velvet queen, Russian mammoth, sunspot, and several other colorful varieties.
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    Amaranth, Burgundy ORGANIC

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    A breathtaking plant, Burgundy Amaranth makes a striking addition to your garden. Tall plants growing as high as 6 feet produce large stalks of deep burgundy plumes. Burgundy Amaranth is sure to add a conversation piece to any garden. The seeds from this plant are known as an ancient grain and have been harvested for thousands of years. The seeds are used today to make naturally gluten-free flour.  
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    Cantaloupe, Hales Best ORGANIC

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    A classic favorite dating back to the 1920s, this ribbed melon has a heavily netted skin. We found this variety to be a bit more drought tolerant than most. Loves HOT weather.
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  • Jubilee is a popular orange-yellow tomato variety with a fine, sweet, mild flavor; good size and yield. An old standard.
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  • Royal Burgundy bean is an heirloom bush variety. A reliable producer with stunning deep purple beans, it has long, round, stringless pods with a tender texture. Royal Burgundy beans can be used fresh, shelled, and dried. The flowers are just as gorgeous!
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  • buy daikon radish seeds
    Japanese Daikon grows much larger and longer than other radish varieties. A Japanese favorite, it is prized for its mild flavor and texture.
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  • This heirloom bean variety is a pole bean that is grown just as much for its gorgeous red flowers as for its beans. Grow it up a fence or arbor and you will be amazed at the beauty it creates! A must-have in every garden.
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    This melon is great for small space gardeners! It produces small, sweet bright red-fleshed watermelons.
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  • Easy to grow classic wildflower! Bachelor Button seeds produce beautiful periwinkle blooms that make for great cut flowers and pollinator plants. They keep their color very well when dried too. Also known as cornflower, this dependable annual is native to Europe, though it has made its home across North America and grows great in Southern California and the American southwest. Drought tolerant, Blue Bachelor Buttons prefer to bloom during the cooler temps of spring. The flower may have gotten its name from early use when bachelors would wear them in the buttonholes of their suit coats while courting.  
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  • Tomato, Beefsteak ORGANIC

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    A classic slicing tomato. Fruits can weigh up to one pound!
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  • Calendula, Pacific Beauty Seeds

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    Every garden needs Calendula. Its golden-yellow flowers are both medicinal and beautiful! Bees and butterflies love it too!
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  • This is our favorite pepper! Known as the Russian roulette of peppers, some peppers are spicy while others are very mild. We love to sauté them in olive oil until just soft and sprinkle with coarse sea salt. Makes a great appetizer! Also delicious pickled, stuffed, or added to any salsa.
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  • Lemon Sunflower seeds produce loads of blooms on this multi branching sunflower. The lemony yellow flowers are bright and guaranteed to make you smile! They are great for cut flowers and can last several days in freshwater. These sunflowers can grow up to eight feet.
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    Melon, Honey Dew ORGANIC

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    Delicious and lightly sweet, this honeydew makes a beautiful addition to your fruit salad. A great keeper that gets incredibly sweet while resting in your fridge or on your countertop.
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  • This heirloom bean variety was debuted in 1885 and has stuck around for good reason. A prolific and meaty variety of bush bean.
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    Tomatillo, Verde ORGANIC

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    Tomatillos are much like tomatoes and are often called husk tomatoes. This particular variety forms large green tomatillos. Each fruit grows in a papery husk enclosure on a single stocked plant. They are prolific growers and can be used in a wide range of dishes. Most commonly used for salsa verde or other Hispanic dishes.
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  • A popular carrot and for good reason! They are a sweet and crisp carrot, especially when young.  
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