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Jalapeno Pepper
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Named for the town of Jalapa, Mexico, this is the most popular chile pepper in the United States. This pepper produces 3-inch, thick-walled, moderately hot pods with deep green color that matures to a bright red. Jalapeño plants yield a bountiful harvest in dry or humid, hot or cool climates. Set plants 18 inches apart in rows 30 inches apart. The compact plants grow...

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Basil
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One of the easiest and most popular culinary  herbs to grow is basil.. A member  of the mint family, it is native to southern Asia  and islands of the south Pacific. This tender annual is primarily grown for its  aromatic leaves, used fresh or dried, to liven up numerous dishes of both Asian  and Western...

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Curly Parsley
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Parsley is a member of the carrot family and is well known for its use as a garnish or as a flavoring in many  dishes and salads. The curly varieties also make a nice addition to most  gardens, planted with other herbaceous plants or used in a border. Native to  the Mediterranean area, parsley has a biennial life cycle, but is usually grown  as an...

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Caribbean Hababero Pepper
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The Caribbean Habanero Pepper typically grows to about 1 inch in diameter and 1 1/2 inches in length.  It appears plentifully from bushes growing around 3 feet in height. The Carribean red habanero is about twice as hot as a regular habanero.  It matures in as little as 90 days, and is suited to northern climates and even to growing in a larger-sized container.  This...

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Squash
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Squash is a staple in most gardens. Though considered a vegetable in cooking, botanically speaking, squash is a fruit (being the receptacle for the plant’s seeds). Squash can be served fresh (in salads) and cooked (squash stuffed with meat, fried squash, baked...

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Super Sweet 100 Tomato
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Cherry red tomatos bursting with sugary flavor. The Super Sweet 100 tomato cultivar is a hybrid that produces long fruit-bearing stems holding 100 or more very sweet cherry tomatoes. Fruits weigh approximately 1 oz., and are 1 inch across. Plants need caging or staking, and produce fruit throughout the growing...

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Cucumber
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Cucumbers are easy to grow and have a uniquely cool, refreshing taste. Harvest them small for sweet pickles or larger for dill. Various sized cucumbers can be used to build your salads and...

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Sweet Bell Pepper – California Wonder
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California Wonder – Sweet Bell Peppers are heirloom peppers. They are an adapted variety, well-known, and preferred by many market growers and gardeners. A smooth, blocky bell, mostly 4-lobed, with thick walls. Fruits up to 4″ x 4-3/4″. Foliage provides good cover for fruits. Tobacco mosaic resistant....

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Yellow Pear Tomato
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Also known as “Beam’s Yellow Pear”. A very tasty pear shaped yellow tomato. These are just like the little yellow pear tomatoes that your Grandmother grew. This tomato is pre-1800 and is very much popular today. Add wonderful taste and color to your summer salads Clusters of pear-shaped, yellow fruits with mild, delicious flavor are attractive and tasty whole for salads, fresh eating and...

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Cayenne Long Slim Pepper
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Cayenne Long Slim Pappers are Fiery HOT! Long, slender, slightly wrinkled 4 to 6 inch peppers no thicker than a pencil are very hot. Fruits turn from dark green to bright red. Especially good for pickles, hot sauces and drying. Superb in chili and...

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Bradley Tomato – Heirloom
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Very rare and hard to find these days, Bradley is a short, bushy, stocky determinate tomato plant.  Amazing abundant production of egg shaped fruit that is red skinned, juicy, resists cracking and holds well on the plant. The taste of Bradley seems to be more sensitive than other varieties to the amount of water it receives: more water=less taste.  But with our dry hot...

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