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Bean - Misc - Pinto Bush (1/2 Lb)

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95 days. Vigorous bush type plants. Pods are three to four inches long, flat, and green. Can be used for snap beans when young and tender but primarily grown to maturity and used as a dry bean. 1/2 Lb $5
Price: $5.00

 

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65 days. Ornamental - Heirloom dating back to 1750. Good for use as either small snaps, sliced pods or green shells, and often used in place of limas in cooler climates. Grown extensively as an ornamental. A plant with large coarse foliage, the vining plants require a trellis. Rich red-orange pea shaped flowers cover the vines most of the summer. PKT (15) $2
Price: $2.00

 

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Note: NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION. This is a legume that was widely grown up until about 1900 as a summer cover crop. Vigorous plants produce a mass of foliage that shades out bermuda grass and nutsedge in just one summer. Hardy, vigorous, and virtually pest free, it helps break the nematode cycle and adds much nitrogen and organic matter to the garden. Plant seeds 3 ft. apart. Recommended by Dr. Bradshaw. JUMBO PKT (40) $5
Price: $5.00

 

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Note: NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION. This is a legume that was widely grown up until about 1900 as a summer cover crop. Vigorous plants produce a mass of foliage that shades out bermuda grass and nutsedge in just one summer. Hardy, vigorous, and virtually pest free, it helps break the nematode cycle and adds much nitrogen and organic matter to the garden. Plant seeds 3 ft. apart. Recommended by Dr. Bradshaw.
PKT (15) $2
Price: $2.00

 

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75 days. This Bradshaw Heirloom Favorite is actually the same species as cowpeas. Brought to America in the 1880's by Chinese Emigrants working on railroads. Frequently the two feet long slender, tender pods are harvested  in the immature stage and stir fried in asian dishes. Use the mature seeds  as "dry peas" with a piece of ham hock. Wait to plant until at least the first week in July for more vigorous growth and less chance for insect damage. Prefers the hottest summer days and produces prolifically in late summer-early fall. PKT (100) $5
Price: $5.00

 

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75 days. This Bradshaw Heirloom Favorite is actually the same species as cowpeas. Brought to America in the 1880's by Chinese Emigrants working on railroads. Frequently the two feet long slender, tender pods are harvested  in the immature stage and stir fried in asian dishes. Use the mature seeds  as "dry peas" with a piece of ham hock. Wait to plant until at least the first week in July for more vigorous growth and less chance for insect damage. Prefers the hottest summer days and produces prolifically in late summer-early fall. PKT (50) $3
Price: $3.00

Beet - Bull's Blood

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60 days. European Heirloom Tasty, sweet, dark red roots may be pickled, baked or frozen. Beautifully colored, tender and sweet tops mature in 35 days; may be used in gourmet salads. PKT (500) $2
Price: $2.00

Beet - Choggia

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60 days. Also called Bull’s Eye, this Heirloom was introduced to American gardeners in the late 1840’s from Italy. Uniquely beautiful flesh has alternating red and white concentric rings that resemble a bull's-eye. Very tender, nice for eating and pickling. Retains markings if baked whole and sliced just before serving. Mild flavored tops can be used raw or cooked. PKT (500 ) $2
Price: $2.00

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