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Rattlesnake Pole Bean

The pretty patterned pods of Rattlesnake pole beans make delicious fresh snap beans. Or let the seeds mature and dry in the pods, then shell them for nutty-tasting and nutritious dried bean dishes. Distinctive purple pole beans are renowned for flavor and reliability, offering long, tender, crunchy pods whose rich color stands out from the vines so they are fun and easy to harvest. Both of these treasured heirloom beans have been passed down among generations of gardeners.

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Blue Java Banana

The blue java banana, or ice cream banana as it is sometimes called, is an incredible fruit. It looks bluish while still on the plant but ripens to a creamy yellow color and has an exquisite flavor that can be described as tasting like vanilla ice cream almost too good to be true!

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Soft White Wheat Berries

If you like fresh-baked whole wheat bread, wait until you try it with wheat that you grew and ground it into flour yourself. Soft white wheat berries are a beautiful bright golden color with a mild nutty flavor and a touch of sweetness. They are perfect for making whole wheat all-purpose flour, so your baked goods will have a delicious whole wheat aspect.

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Dwarf Moringa

Moringa oleifera is a fastgrowing, droughtresistant tree native to the southern foothills of the Himalayas in northwestern India. It is also found in Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Morocco. The tree grows to a height of 33′–39′ feet with a trunk up to 16″ inches in diameter. The leaves are green and pinnate with 7–9 leaflets. The flowers are white or pinkishwhite with four petals. Moringa oleifera fruits are small brownishblack pods that contains typically between 3–5 seeds each.

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Cherokee Purple Tomato

The Cherokee Purple Tomato is an heirloom plant that originates from North America. It was passed down from the Native Americans of the Cherokee tribe. This heirloom tomato variety consistently ranks very high in taste tests. It is a beautiful dusky pink with a deep, richred interior. Cherokee Purple grows well in most regions of the U.S. The fruit should be allowed to ripen on the vine for the best flavor.

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Lavender (Torch Minty Ice)

The icy blast of winter-mint fragrance makes this a lavender you won’t forget. Silvery gray, ferny foliage and spikes of steely lavender-colored blooms give this edible ornamental a frosted look. The fragrance is an intoxicating mix of cool mint infused with traditional lavender! We love to tuck these tidy, 2.5-foot-tall plants into mixed container plantings, landscapes, and cottage gardens to add a touch of frosty elegance.

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Kandy Korn Sweet Corn (SE)

Kandy Korn Hybrid Sweet Corn is a yellow, Sugary Enhanced (SE) corn variety that was bred for improved germination and vigor in cool weather. This corn has extrasweet, tender kernels that retain their sweetness for 35 days after picking! A late variety, it grows to be 8 tall with beautiful maroonstreaked leaves.A favorite yellow sweet corn that has stood the test of time. Its golden yellow, succulent, 8-in. ears hold at peak quality for up to 2 weeks. The ears are notably tender and juicy with 14-16 full rows of kernelsβ€”so you get a mouthful of sweet, juicy goodness with every bite. Kandy Korn Sweet Corn has a nice creamy texture, delicate flavor and good sweet corn flavor. Great for freezing. Looks good in the garden, too. Has pretty, red-hued leaves. Kandy Korn is a sugary-enhanced hybrid (SE) and is known for its superior tenderness, creamy texture and good β€œcorn” flavor. It also has higher sugar levels than (su) varieties and has good holding qualities. When planting, isolate from all (sh2) and (su) corn varieties.

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