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40-60 days. Introduced in early 1900's. Vigorous upright plants with savoyed, crumpled dark green leaves. Fine quality, tender and excellent flavor. Slow to bolt. Adapted for late spring & summer plantings. PKT (1000) $2
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50 days The plants are very large and spreading in habit. Plant in late spring (it is slow to bolt) for heavy yields of giant, thick, dark green leaves. Excellent variety for canning. Bred by inbreeding a monoecious plant found in the 'Gaudry' variety and released by Zwaan and Van der Molen, Voorburg, Netherlands in 1926. An "All-American Selection®" winner in 1933. PKT (500) $2
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60 days. Heirloom from England dating back to the late 1700”s. Not a true spinach but will produce a spinach-like crop in hot weather when true spinach will not. Because of its heat tolerance and resistance to bolting to seed, this is an excellent summer substitute for conventional spinach. The attractive plants have a bush-like habit and produce distinctive triangular leaves. Use the succulent leaves and young stems fresh in salads or cooked. Grows as a perennial in mild winter areas. May be difficult to start and have low germination rates. The federal minimum standard is 40%. Soaking seeds in warm water for two to eight hours prior to sowing may help soften the seed coat and improve germination results. Additionally, it can take a couple of weeks for germination to occur (depending on weather). Keep soil moist until germination occurs.  PKT (50) $2
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NEW  Atriplex species aka Mountain or French Spinach. Not a true spinach but a warm season alternative with a spinach like flavor.  Hardy annual that grows upright to 4’ tall.  Beautiful edible landscape plant. PKT (250) $2
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Squash - Summer - Early Prolific Straightneck

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Heirloom 45-50 days. 1938 All America Selection. Prolific summer squash, hardy bush type. Fruits are slender and club shaped, creamy yellow turning golden when ripe. Best harvested small 4-6". PKT (60) $2
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Squash - Summer - Early White Bush Scallop

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) 45-60 days Heirloom dating back to early 1700’s. Standard Patty Pan type, very early, pale greenish white pie shaped scalloped fruits, fine grained fine flavored white flesh, 3" deep x 5-7" diameter, smooth, up to 2.5 lbs. PKT (25) $2
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Squash - Summer - Yellow Bush Scallop

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49 days. Bush type plant produces good yields of scalloped golden yellow squash 7" diameter. It is easy to grow and rarely bothered by insects. Creamy texture and very flavorful. Also known as Patty Pan. Suitable for home garden and market growers. PKT (25) $2
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Squash - Summer - Yellow Crookneck

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55 days. This old time summer squash variety may not win any beauty contests, but flavor is unbeatable. Large, bushy plant is a heavy yielder of bright yellow crookneck fruit. Best picked small (4-5") as skin gets warty as fruits get larger. PKT (60) $2
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