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Aji Delight
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Aji Habanero
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Ali Baba
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A real rarity, Aji Delight is a Capsicum baccatum cultivar with a full baccatum flavor, but no heat.  Extremely vigorous and easy to grow, works well in pots.  Produces huge crops of large 3-4" bullet shaped red peppers.  Ideal for adding a new flavor to salads or as a garnish in a wide range of dishes.  Try substituting for bell peppers. A  true Capsicum baccatum variety with only mild heat.  Very easy to grow in the garden or in pots.  Plants produce an abundance of crisp, thin fleshed peppers that have a rich complex flavor.    Great for fresh eating when the flavor can be really appreciated, they also dry extremely well. Heirloom watermelon from Iraq.  Large 15-25 pound fruits are oblong with an excellent sweet flavor. The hard, light green rind makes it a good candidate for shipping, storing and farmers' markets.
Ancient
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Antigua
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Arikara
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From the desert Southwest, where seeds were found inside an old clay pot. Not just a novelty, this watermelon has great texture and excellent flavor & sweetness.  Fruits average 20-25 pounds. Unique red colored seeds. A stunningly beautiful eggplant.  White with violet striping, these 6-8" tear drop shaped fruits have tender white flesh and are mild flavored.  Thrives in a wide variety of growing conditions. Picked up by the Lewis and Clark Expedition that brought it east to Thomas Jefferson who began growing at his Monticello home. This yellowish-tan bean cooks fast, holds its shape and becomes very creamy when cooked.
Arikara
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Artisan 'Marzano Fire'
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Originally grown by the Arikara Indians. Seed collected by Melvin Gilmore. Very sturdy and tall plants grow 10-12' tall. A mixture of single and multi-headed plants. The seeds were traditionally parched in a clay pot and then pounded to make sunflower meal. The meal was then formed into sunflower seed balls that warriors would carry with them, wrapped in buffalo heart skin, and eat as an energy food when they felt weak or tired. A great historic variety for your garden. Red San Marzano-type tomato with yellow stripes.  The dry, meaty flesh and few seeds make this tomato excellent for sauces.  Vines are vigorous and productive.  Great for gardeners who want an incomparable sauce tomato. Orange beefsteak with yellow stripes.  Very unique looking tomato.  Sweet flavor has hints of peaches.  This is a great tomato for specialty farmers.  This variety has been selected under disease pressure for the past 5 years, and it forms very vigorous vines that are relatively resistant to fungal pathogens.
Australian Brown
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Blue Lake Bush 274
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This newly bred cherry tomato line is sure to create excitement with their extraordinary beauty and superb flavor. Fruits are striped with orange and red.  Chefs find the 1 1/2" round fruits extremely versatile in the kitchen.  Market growers love the new colors for mixed pints of cherry tomatoes.  Resists cracking.  Well suited for outdoor growing or greenhouse culture.  Great for fresh tomato, basil, mozzarella and balsamic vinegar salads. First introduced by W. Atlee Burpee in 1897.  The firm, medium-large size globes are pungent, yet very flavorful.  It's thick, brown paper coating makes this an excellent storage onion.  Intermediate day. Developed from Blue Lake Pole.  Dark green pods, fine texture, great flavor, excellent quality and heavy yields.  Widely adapted and good disease resistance.  Great for fresh eating, market, freezing and canning.  Introduced in 1961.  Dark green 5-6" pods.
Calypso
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Caraway
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Carbon
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(aka Yin Yang) Hailed by many as the all-time greatest bean for baking, casseroles and soups. Can also be used as a green bean when the pods are young and tender. (Carum carvi) A versatile culinary herb that is commonly used in breads - particularly rye bread, and also occasionally to flavor cheeses such as havarti. Can also be cooked as a root vegetable much like parsnip or carrot. Winner of the "Best Tasting Tomato Award" at the Heirloom Garden Show in 2005 and continues to rate very high in taste tests.  One of the darkest of all tomatoes.  Heavy yields of 10-12 ounce fruits.
Champion of England
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Cherokee Trail of Tears
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Cherry Falls
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Said to have originally been selected out of Knight Dwarf White Marrow around 1840.  Another reference says the stock was originally sold for a pot of beer on a Sunday morning!  Either way, this is a great old heirloom introduced in 1846 by Fairbeard.  Sturdy plants need support and can grow 5-8" tall in ideal conditions.  Although rather tall, this variety is great for small gardens where space is limited because of the vertical growing potential.  Large pods contain 8-10 very sweet peas. Named for the infamous winter death march from the Smoky Mountains to Oklahoma (1838-1839), which left a trail of more than 4,000 graves.  The original source for our seed was the late Dr. John Wyche from Hugo, Oklahoma.  A good dual purpose pole bean for green 6 snap beans (70 days) or shiny black dry beans (90 days). Extremely productive producer of 1.5" bright red fruits. Full flavor is pleasantly sweet. Great for containers and cascading baskets.
Common Milkweed
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Corbaci
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Double Red
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(Asclepias syriaca) A native to North America, Common Milkweed is a perennial, blooms from May to August. Blooms vary from rose to purple. An excellent source for monarch larva. Grows 2-5' tall. A unique and wonderful sweet pepper that turns from light green, to yellow, to orange and finally to bright red.  It can be harvested and used at any stage. Slender fruits are 10-12" long.  This rare heirloom is from Turkey and has a very rich, sweet flavor.  A perfect choice for fresh eating,  pickling or frying.  Very productive plants need staking or a small cage to keep them from falling over due to the weight of the fruits.  A great choice for markets.  You can start eating green fruits in as little as 55 days and ripe fruits around 75 days from transplant. Brilliantly colored kernels in shades of red and purple.  High yields from stocky short plants.  Beautiful red stalks with red husks.  Shows some color variation in stalk and husk color.  A delicious early sweet corn that is excellent for eating fresh from the cob, but also good for drying and grinding to make traditional corn flour (dating back to its Hopi ancestry). Bred by Alan Kapuler PhD.
Evan's Purple Pear
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Extra Early Pedigree
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Garnet
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One of the best for fresh eating.  Fruits are plum to pear shaped, with an occasional round one. The 2 ounce fruits hang in clusters.  Flavor is exceptional.  Great for sauces, pastes and canning, as well as for fresh use. Potato-leafed plants are vigorous and productive.  Selected out of Pruden's Purple by Brad Gates. (aka Improved Extra Early)  This variety was selected out of the variety Extra Early in 1893 by Kenney.  Then it was stabilized and introduced around 1900 and distributed by several seedsmens.  It was considered "the best strain of Extra Early ever offered."  Very uniform, dwarf plants grow 24" tall and require minimal support. Characterized by strong robust growth combined with a general resistance to fungal diseases the fruit are a distinctive red/orange color. The tasty cherry fruit are formed on long elegant trusses and have a dark green shoulder which ripens uniformly, even in sunny conditions, to provide a crop of up to 150 fruit per plant.
Gill's Golden Pippin
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Golden Sunshine
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Good Mother Stallard
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From the Gill's Brother Seed Company in Oregon. This is one of the best tasting acorn-type squash varieties. Small, single-serving sized fruits have a superb sweet (almost nutty) flavor.  Bright yellow coloring and deep lobes also make this a wonderful fall decoration. An excellent choice for edible landscaping, masses of scarlet flowers on growing chartreuse foliage.  Masses of 6-8" flat green pods, good for fresh eating, canning and freezing.  Plants will climb 5-6' tall.  Very unique. A true family heirloom grown for generations. Wonderful, nutty, rich, meaty flavor. Beans plump up to almost perfectly round when cooked, one of the few dry beans that retains its colors through cooking.
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Green Flageolet
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Hutterite Soup
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Inchelium
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This little-known heirloom bean is the “caviar of beans.” It’s a real delicacy, and usually very hard to find.

Followers of Jakob Hutler known as "Hutterites"; brought this bean with them from Russia in the 1870s; a bush type bean with ivory color. When cooked this bean has a full flavor and a deep creamy texture. Excellent for soups and casseroles, easy replacement for the pinto bean. Large bulbed vigorous strain, a top rated softneck. Four to five clove layers with 8 to 20 cloves. Bulbs over 3 inches possible. It seemsto have denser, heavier bulbs than other varieties. Mild but lingering flavor with a tingle.
   
 
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