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Mustard - Southern Giant Curled

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Heirloom.  45-50 days. Traditional Southern favorite. 1935 All America selection. Vigorous upright plants. Bright green leaves with crumpled, frilled edges and mild flavor. Slow bolting. Use for salad, braising mix or cook. PKT ½ oz. (8000) $2
Price: $2.00

Mustard - Tatsoi

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Brassica narinosa 20-40 days Dozens of pencil thin, white stalks, and deeply cut fringed leaves, mild flavor, will grow after cutting, productive strain. PKT (2000) $2
Price: $2.00

Mustard - Tendergreen (˝ Oz)

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40 days. Also known as "Spinach Mustard". Leaves are mild flavored, smooth and dark green. Cook as greens or use raw like spinach. PKT ½ oz. (8000) $2
Price: $2.00

 

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55-60 days. This AAS winner combines the value of a vegetable and beauty of an ornamental. The plant stems and branches are a deep burgundy color with the green leaves having burgundy mid- ribs and venation. The flower is similar to a miniature hibiscus and the creamy yellow color contrasts against the dark burgundy branches. The spineless pods are dark red. Pods can be used in all okra recipes since the pods taste the same as green pods and lose the red color when cooked. Clemson University release. ½ LB. $8
Price: $8.00

 

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55-60 days. This AAS winner combines the value of a vegetable and beauty of an ornamental. The plant stems and branches are a deep burgundy color with the green leaves having burgundy mid- ribs and venation. The flower is similar to a miniature hibiscus and the creamy yellow color contrasts against the dark burgundy branches. The spineless pods are dark red. Pods can be used in all okra recipes since the pods taste the same as green pods and lose the red color when cooked. Clemson University release. PKT (300) $2
Price: $2.00

Okra - Choppee (Pkt 50) Bradshaw Heirloom Collection

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Source: Anne Diedre Jacobs, Georgetown, SC. This okra has been in the Jacobs family since the mid-1800’s. As the name implies, it has been grown in the Choppee area of South Carolina near Georgetown. This area is named after Native Americans indigenous to this area. Because okra readily cross pollinates, it should not be grown in close association with other okra varieties. PKT (50) $2
Price: $2.00

Okra - Choppee (Pkt of 200) Bradshaw Heirloom Collection

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Source: Anne Diedre Jacobs, Georgetown, SC. This okra has been in the Jacobs family since the mid-1800’s. As the name implies, it has been grown in the Choppee area of South Carolina near Georgetown. This area is named after Native Americans indigenous to this area. Because okra readily cross pollinates, it should not be grown in close association with other okra varieties. PKT (200) $6

Price: $6.00

Okra - Clemson Spineless 80 (˝ Lb)

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55 days. A uniform Clemson Spineless type released by the Clemson University in 1980. The plants grow four to five feet tall. Pods are spineless, ridged, medium green, straight. Appearance, except for increased uniformity, is very similar to Clemson Spineless. ½ LB. $5
Price: $5.00

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