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$3.75SPINACH, Bloomsdale Long Standing – Spinacea oleracea FULL SUN Native to central and southwest Asia, the plant was first cultivated in what is now Iran. Today it is still the most popular spinach cultivated. It is incredibly winter hardy and, if ...
$4.25KALE, Lacinato, Tuscan, Dinosaur – Brassica oleracea var. acephala FULL SUN Native to Europe and parts of Asia, kale is believed to be one of the oldest descendants of the original wild cabbage. It has been cultivated for millennia. Lacinato is ...
$2.25BROAD BEAN, Fava, Broad Windsor – Vicia faba FULL SUN Native to Africa and the MiddleEast, favas are one of mankind’s oldest cultivated plants. Evidence has been found of favas in Bronze Age archaeological deposits in Switzerland. Prior to Columbus’s voyages ...
$3.25SPINACH, Giant Nobel – Spinacea oleracea FULL SUN Native to central and southwest Asia, the plant was first cultivated in what is now Iran. Giant Nobel produces very large, spreading plants. Huge leaves are smooth, green, fleshy with rounded tips. Leaves ...
$3.25Turnip, Gold Ball Introduced in 1859, turnip was originally known as Orange Jelly. Mature roots are 3-4 in. in diameter, golden yellow and very sweet. For Spring planting, plant as early as the soil can be worked. Successional plantings can be made ...
$3.25Turnip, Purple Top White Globe Introduced before 1880, mature roots are best harvested at 3-4 in. Roots have purple shoulders and white bottoms. Tops are also edible. Flesh of roots is white, fine grained, sweet and mildly flavored. For Spring planting, plant ...
$3.25KALE, Red Russian – Brassica oleracea var. acephala FULL SUN Native to Europe and parts of Asia, kale is believed to be one of the oldest descendants of the original wild cabbage. It has been cultivated for millennia. Red Russian, AKA ...
$3.25Turnip, Seven Top Introduced in 1845, this turnip is grown for its tops. Roots are small, tough and woody. Leaves can be harvested over a long season and are best harvested young. In areas with mild winters leaves can be harvested ...
$3.25KALE, Dwarf Siberian – Brassica oleracea var. acephala FULL SUN Native to Europe and parts of Asia, kale is believed to be one of the oldest descendants of the original wild cabbage. It has been cultivated for millennia. Dwarf Siberian and ...
$3.25PARSNIP, Sugar Hollow Crown – Pastinaca sativa FULL SUN Native to Europe where they have been cultivated for centuries, parsnips were brought to the US by the first colonists in 1609. They are a much beloved vegetable in England, and they ...
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