Seeds & Seedlings – Vegetable

Then God said, “I give you every seed-bearing plant on the face of the whole earth and every tree that has fruit with seed in it. They will be yours for food.” — Genesis 1:29

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Pumpkin, Baby Bear

“Perfectly proportioned small pumpkins are 5 to 6″ in diameter, 3.5 to 4″ tall, with smooth, orange skins and solid, dark green stems. Disease resistant. All-America Selections winner. GARDIN HINTS: For a head start in short summer areas, start seeds indoors in individual containers 3 to 4 weeks before outdoor planting time. Cultivate or mulch to control weeds. HARVEST TIP: For decorative use, pick pumpkins (with stem attached) when rinds are hard but before heavy frost.”

Corn, Kandy Korn (SE) Hybrid

“Sugary Enhancer Hybrid (SE). The SE gene (sugary enhancer) means these varieties will stay sweet and tender for 10-14 days after reaching maturity. No need to isolate then from other sweet corn. Kandy Korn is outstanding not only for its flavor but also for its long, late harvest. It has 16-20 rows of delectable, sweet, golden kernels. Harvest it just 89 days after planting. It’s great eaten fresh but freezes well too. Stalks grow to 8½ ft. Garden-fresh sweet corn is summer’s greatest pleasure. Plant corn in blocks at least four rows wide for cross-pollination and well-filled ears. 200-250 seeds plant enough for four 15 ft. rows. One pound will plant four 100 ft. rows. Seeds are not treated. ”

Corn, Silver Queen Hybrid

“Silver Queen is the popular late-season variety with tenderness and flavor worth waiting for. Large ears, 8 to 9″ long, have 14-16 rows of white kernels, and plants grow to 8 ft. Proven tops for productivity, flavor and wide adaptability, it’s ready to harvest in 92 days. Garden-fresh sweet corn is summer’s greatest pleasure. Plant corn in blocks at least four rows wide for cross-pollination and well-filled ears. A packet contains 200 seeds, enough for four 15 ft. rows. Seeds are not treated. ”

Squash, Winter, Lakota

“Plant breeders have recreated a stunning winter squash once prized by the Sioux but long lost to cultivation. Fine-grained orange flesh is sweet and nutty. Mature fruits are 8″ x 9″ and weigh 5-7lbs..”

Carrot, Rainbow Hybrid

“This one-of-a-kind hybrid produces long, slender roots in three colors, each with its own distinct taste. Salmon-orange are rich and hearty. Yellow are extra sweet. White are the most mild. This is not a mixture or blend of three different carrots but a unique variety that makes three distinct colors from the same seeds.”

 

 

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