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    A popular market variety, this broccoli produces tight, large heads and side shoots that can be harvested for an extended period of time.  Great for container gardening.
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    This sturdy variety is grown for is side shoots and large heads that form on easy to harvest stocks. Heads can reach 6-7" in size and continue to produce side shoots after the main head is harvested.  This broccoli is widely adapted, drought tolerant and a great selection to grow for a fall crop.  The side shoots will produce for 7-8" weeks after the main head is harvested and growers can enjoy the good freezing quailies of this broccoli.  Waltham 29 broccoli was named for Waltham, MA where it was developed in the 1950s.
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    Tepary beans are a semi bush legume that has a long history in the southwestern United States. Native peoples have grown these beans since the pre-Columbian times. Tepary beans are more drought-tolerant than the common garden bean and resistant to many bean diseases.
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  • This durable cabbage produces wonderfully under less than ideal conditions. All-Season Cabbage is a great cabbage for Southern California and can produce well in warm winters. Medium-sized heads.
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  • Charentais melon seeds produce the most adorable and sweet little cantaloupe-like melons! These melons have been prized since the 16th century in France for their fragrant smell and delicious meat.  
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  • Cocozelle summer squash seed produces finely textured summer squash that are dark green with light green stripes.  Cocozelle produces good yields on a bush type plant, great for small space growing! Similar to a zucchini.
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    Cucuzza Edible Gourd seeds produce baseball bat sized edible gourds that make great additions to soups, stir-fries, and more! Cucuzza edible gourd is also known as Cucuzzi, Gagootza, and Serpente de Sicilia. Pale green fruits are up to 36 inches long but are the most tender when harvested at 6-12 inches. These plants are hardy, have few pests, and are so fun to grow. Best when grown on a sturdy arbor or trellis.
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  • Copenhagen Early Market Cabbage Seed

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    This blonde, short season cabbage has a ball-shaped head that weighs 4 to 5 pounds.  Many love this variety for delicious sauerkraut, paried with corned beef or in Grandma's famous coleslaw recipe.
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    This purple, highly nutritious cabbage has a ball-shaped head that weighs 4 to 5 pounds.
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  • Every garden needs Calendula. It's golden, yellow flowers are both medicinal and beautiful! Bees and butterflies love it too!
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    Classic favorite dating from 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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  • A popular carrot and for good reason! They are a sweet and crisp carrot, especially when young.  
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    Carrots are annual crops that grow in the cooler months of the year. In mild climates like that of Southern California, you can grow carrots year-round with a bit of extra work.  This particular variety is a classic carrots that produces tasty, reliable carrots.   Ready in only 65-75 days, this finely flavored carrot does well as a bunching carrot and as a storage carrot.
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    This hierloom carrot is a steady producer that keeps giving and giving every season.
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    This striking lime-green cauliflower has pointed, spiraled pinnacles that form amazing heads. It will wow every gardener!
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    Cauliflower, Snowball ORGANIC

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    This versatile and early cauliflower produces tasty, compact heads. Succession plant for repeat production all season long.

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    Golden Pascal Celery seed produces crunchy tasty stalks that have an unmatched flavor to that of store-bought celery.
  • Lovage is a specialty culinary and medicinal seed. Young leaves taste like celery and can be used in many recipes. Roots of lovage are also edible.  If allowed to flower, Lovage flowers are one a favorite of beneficial insects such as lacewings, parasitic wasps, and more.

     
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    Beet, Golden ORGANIC

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    This heirloom variety is a knockout with its beautiful  gold color and mild flavor. Globes reach 2" across.
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    A child and adult favorite!  Packed full of vitamins and nutrients, these colorful plants are as beautiful as they are nutritious.
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    Staro chives produce heavy sets of leaves great for fresh use or freezing. Staro chives also produce delicious edible flowers.
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    Cilantro, Leisure (Coriander) ORGANIC

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    This cilantro variety is strong and pungent with slow bolting characteristics perfect for San Diego.  Will continue to produce throughout the season if allowed to reseed
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    Slow Bolt Cilantro Seed

    $3.50
    This cilantro variety is strong and pungent with slow bolting characteristics perfect for San Diego. It will continue to produce throughout the season if allowed to reseed.
  • These succulent collards can provide greens to your kitchen table all season. This productive collard variety will produce loads of tender leaves that will fill your kitchen.

     
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    Bachelor Button seeds produce beautiful blue blooms on this lovely classic wildflower. Bachelor Buttons are also known as cornflowers and make for great cut flowers and pollinator plants. This dependable annual in periwinkle blue 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 and can be used as a wonderful cut flower as well. You can also dry cornflowers, as they keep their color very well.  The flower may have gotten its name from its early use. Bachelors would wear them in the buttonholes of their suit coats when they were courting.