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amaranth 1. Amaranth - has been cultivated as a grain for 8,000 years. The yield of grain amaranth is comparable to rice or maize. It was a staple food of the Aztecs. By the end of the 1970s, a few thousand acres were being cultivated. Much of the grain currently grown is sold in health foodd shops. Amaranth is highly nutritious. artichoke 2. Artichoke - 150 to 180 days. Generally grown as a perennial in mild areas and as an annual where ground freezes. A good winter mulch may help overwinter in marginal areas. Space plants 4 to 6 feet apart. Harvest before bracts open. Cut the top one first, then the secondary ones as they mature. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 6.
  
asparagus 3. Asparagus - is a delicious vegetable that is rich in vitamins that has been used for years as a vegetable and believe it or not, medicine. It is also a perennial. Asparagus is known for it's "cleansing and healing" aspects. It is a low-calorie source of folate and potassium. Its stalks are high in antioxidants. Just six spears of asparagus provides almost half the adult recommended daily intake of folate, & 20 milligrams of potassium. arugula 4. Arugula - A leafy green with a slightly pungent, peppery flavor. Young leaves are used fresh and mature greens can be cooked. Dislikes heat so plan a Spring or Fall crop. 35 days.
  
basil 5. Basil - Annual. Basil is an intensely scented herb. Excellent fresh market basil growing in popularity. Basil is used in many Italian dishes and in making pesto. bean bush blue lake 6. Bean Bush Blue Lake - This snap bean features smooth, round meaty pods that are dark, green in color They are delicious fresh and unbeatable for canning and freezing. Available in both bush and pole types. Bush grows on shorter, self-supporting plant, while pole types have tall, vigorous vines.
  
bean lima 7. Bean Lima - This popular bean produces pods that are delicious fresh and are also excellent for canning and freezing. Great taste and high nutritional value makes them a favorite. bean pinto 8. Bean Pinto - 90 days. The most popular choice for Mexican dishes. This wonderful been can be enjoyed as a green, snap bean when picked young, or it's also delicious as refried beans. Half-runner type. 20 inch plants produce light tan seeds with brown speckles. This distinctive pole variety is excellent for home gardens. Known for its abundance of wide-podded, long tender meaty pods. Delicious fresh and also great for canning and freezing.
  
bean romma ii 9. Bean Roma II - This is a flat Italian type bean. The whole pod can be eaten.This distinctive pole variety is excellent for home gardens. Known for its abundance of wide-podded, long tender meaty pods. Delicious fresh and also great for canning and freezing. bean yellow wax 10. Bean Yellow Wax - This yellow-podded snap bean produces an abundance of long, round, meaty, string less pods. They are delicious fresh and unbeatable for caning and freezing.
  
beet dark red 11. Beet Dark Red - Classic favorite. Globe-shaped, deep red color. Good for late sowing. 65 days. broccoli raab 12. Broccoli Raab - Actually a relative to turnips but the flowering heads are similar in shape to classic broccoli. Broccoli Raab is known by many names and is commonly used in the cuisines of Southern Italy. The flavor has been described as "nutty, bitter, and pungent." High in vitamins A, C, and K as well as potassium, calcium, and iron.
  
broccoli waltham 13. Broccoli Waltham - A delicious, nutritious, and easy to grow vegetable. Tall branching plants form compact central heads. After the main head is removed, smaller heads will continue to develop over a long season. Popular fresh or frozen. brussel sprouts 14. Brussel Sprouts - Firm. Heavy set over extended time, unusually fine flavor, very hardy, plants produce many globe shaped medium-green sprouts
  
chinese cabbage 15. Chinese Cabbage - is ideal for small and large gardens because of the considerable nutrition present in the compact plants. Heads are crisp, uniform and disease-resistant. It is easy to grow, hardy and versatile. Delicious as a salad vegetable or when boiled and served as ordinary cabbage. cabbage golden acre 16. Cabbage Golden Acre - 3lb. Globe Plant: Small frame. Light green, early, widely adapted year round, yellow resistant and dependable in not ideal soil conditions, short core and compact, 3-4 lbs., very sweet.
   
cabbage red rock 17. Cabbage Red Rock - Flattened globe shape, and a deep reddish-purple. 90 days. Sow January - February. Grow 3-4 weeks at 60F then harden off one week. Sow directly or transplant into containers cantalope 18. Cantalope - Oval, ribbed and heavily netted fruits with salmon-orange flesh. 77 days.
  
carrot little finger 19. Carrot Little Finger - An exceedingly popular table vegetable that is unmatched for vitamin content and sweet flavor. It is adaptable, tolerant of mismanagement and unequaled for supplying food a long period of time. carrot nantes 20. Carrot Nantes - Produces a fine-grain, nearly coreless 6” long carrot fairly early. Good in heavier soils, stores well. 89 days
  
cauliflower snow ball 21. Cauliflower Snow Ball - This delicious, cool weather vegetable produces nicely rounded, firm, white heads for summer and fall harvest. Plants are hardy and vigorous Enjoy raw with dips, pickled, cooked or steamed. celery leaf 22. Celery Leaf - Biannual. Finely cut, dark green leaves used as garnish like parsley but with a delicious celery. For salads, soups, stews and for drying.
  
celery 23. Celery - is great for the 'dieter'. Celery is grown for its seeds in some countries. The seeds yield a valuable oil for perfumes and pharmaceutical companies. Celery seeds can be used as a flavouring or a spice, it can even be ground and mixed with salt to make celery salt. chard swiss fordhook 24. Chard Swiss Fordhook - Easy to grow and prolific, producing delicious leaves and wide, crisp stalks throughout summer and fall. Leaves are eaten like spinach but are not as fussy about weather and soil. Grows well in containers
  
chia seeds 25. Chia Seeds - are an effective aid to healthy weight loss. The fiber rich chia seeds are packed with nutients, omega fatty acids are low in Calories and slows the metabolizism of carbohydrates that can help to curb the appetite and has been shown to help with weight loss when included with a balanced and healthy diet. chicory 26. Chicory - Erect plant with narrow leaves that are long and tapered, forming a compact head.This is the true Italian Dandelion. The slender leaves are very tender when young and make delicious greens. Mix with other greens to make a tasty Mesclun salad.
  
chive 27. Chive - Onion flavored stems are used chopped in soups or with sour cream on baked potatoes, either fresh or dried. chive garlic 28. Chive (Garlic) Also known as Oriental Leek. Flat leaves have strong garlic flavor.
  
cilantro 29. Cilantro - Also called Chinese Parsley. Seeds can be used to make curry powder. Use in Mexican and Oriental dishes, tomato and pickle recipes. Cilantro has a destinctive clean taste. Used in many salsas. collard vates 30. Collard Vates - Smooth green leaves on upright stalks,slow bolting plants. Very durable and widely adaptable with heavy yields. Collard greens are a favorite vegetable usually eaten all year round in the south. It's also a favorite soul food. As traditions go, collards are usually eaten for a New Years Days entree (the leaves are supposed to resemble folding money), along with black-eyed peas or field peas and cornbread. This traditional meal is believed to ensure wealth in the coming year
  
corn bantam 31. Corn Bantam - This delicious variety was introduced in 1902 by Burpee. Unlike most corns this open polinated can be planted closer together. corn hickory king 32. Corn Hickory King - This wonderful variety is the perfect corn to use for hominy,grits , corn-nuts and meal. Large, wide, white kernels on 9-in. ears with 10-12 rows.
  
corn popcorn japaneese hulless 33. Corn Popcorn Japanesse Hulless - Delicious hulless well filled ears, white kernel, tender, 3-6 short ears per stock. corn salad 34. Corn Salad - Prized as early spring green. Fairly hardy this green can be mulched with straw to overwinter in cold areas. Harvest young leaves for use in salads.
  
cucumber straight 8 35. Cucumber Straight 8 - Like its name, this is a variety that produces straight 8" fruit that is crisp and delicious. This variety is an All American Award Winner, and popular as a slicing type. Enjoy fresh or sliced in salads. Plants are easy to grow and vigorous growers. cucumber national pickler 36. Cucumber National Pickler - 54 Days. Home garden pickler. Good shape, full ends. Blocky shape dark green color. Resistant to cucumber mosaic and scab.
  
cumin 37. Cumin - Herb used for sausage, cheese, fish, game and spanish cooking. Low growing seeds ripen in late fall. dill bouquet 38. Dill (Bouquet) - Leaves used fresh to flavor salads, dips, vinegars and meat, fish and vegetable dishes. Seeds are collected and dried for use in pickle recipes. Self seeding.
  
eggplant black beauty 39. Eggplant Black Beauty - Delicious fried, in casseroles and several ethnic dishes. Plants are ornamental enough to use in the flower garden; good also in containers. Enjoy making the famous vegetarian dish eggplant parmigan. endive batavian 39. Endive Batavian - This salad green, also known as escarole have a sharper flavor and more substance than lettuce. Use mixed with other greens in salads, as cooked greens, and as a garnish. Tastiest crops are timed for harvest during the cool weather of autumn.
  
fennel 40. Fennel - Has a carrot-like root which can be steamed or served fresh in salads, sauces, fish and egg dishes. Anise-flavored seeds are used in flavoring sauces and sausages. Full sun. flax seeds 41. Flax Seeds - Help to Regulate cholesterol, triglycerides and blood pressure. Controlling immune and inflammatory disorders. They are delicious tasting and high in omega fatty acids.
  
garden cress 42. Garden Cress - Fast-growing plant used in soups and salads. Bright green leaves add zest to many dishes. Also used as a garnish. kale dwarf siberian 43. Kale Dwarf Siberian - Zesty flavor is improved by light frost. 55 days.
  
kohl rabi 44. Kohl Rabi - This unusual plant produces a light green, swollen globe and has a mild, sweet taste that is best during cool weather. The crisp texture and sweet taste make it perfect for use fresh in salads or with dips, can also be cooked by steaming or boiling. Plants are attractive in flowerbeds. leek london broad 45. Leek London Broad - Sweet onion flavor, mild and delicate, great in soups or salads, thick stems
  
lentils green 46. Lentils (Green) - are very rich in protein (about 26%), folic acid, and both soluble and insoluble dietary fiber. Lentils are also very high in Vitamin C and the B vitamins, and contain eight of the essential amino acids. They also contain many trace minerals. Lentils are one of the highest sources of antioxidants found in winter growing legumes. lettuce butter crunch 47. Lettuce (Butter Crunch) - This butterhead type of lettuce is prized for its heavy, compact heads, super flavor, and heat resistance. The center leaves blanch to a light color with a buttery texture and rich flavor. Outer leaves are crisp and juicy. A good choice for production in early summer, ideal for containers.
  
lettuce iceberg 48. Lettuce (Iceberg) - Tight, medium sized, compact heads, green leaves with white center. Leaves are reddish-brown on edges. lettuce red sails 49. Lettuce (Red Sails) - No garden is complete without easy to grow, delicious and nutritious loose-leaf lettuce. This year grow your own crispy, crunchy tossed green salads.
  
lettuce mesclun mix 50. Lettuce (Mesclun Mix) - This special mild-flavored blend of lettuces and greens is a complete salad in one seed packet. Because they should be harvested when young and tender, successive planting is the key to always having something to fill the salad bowl. If you have never gown Mesclun, you have a great salad adventure ahead of you. Plants are easy and attractive to grow in gardens or containers. mustard broadleaf 51. Mustard Broadleaf - Creamy mid ribs. Broad, smooth leaf, light green, erect plant, serrated margins.
  
lettuce oak leaf 52. Lettuce (Oak Leaf) - Medium-green oak leaf-like leaves are born on a single stalk/rosette. As outer leaves are picked, plant continues to produce tender new leaves. A unique looseleaf variety. Good container plant. okra clemson spineless 53. Okra Clemson Spineless - AAS winner. Rich green pod, spineless, fleshy, tender, prolific producer, pick when young.
  
onion rd burgandy 54. Onion (Red Burgandy) - Has a mild sweet flavor. Excellent slicing variety. Short day variety suitable for Southern regions. pk/100 onion yellow sweet spanish 55. Onion (Yellow Sweet Spanish) - This jumbo onion, often weighs about 2 pounds. Excellent for slicing. Its white flesh has a mild, sweet delicious flavor.
  
onion white sweet spanish 56. Onion (White Sweet Spanish) - Mild, sweet and tasty. White fleshed and has a thin neck. Good Winter keeper. Produces fruits weighing 1 lb. onion 57. Onion (White Bunching) - This popular, easy-to grow-onion produces delicately flavored, slender stems and juicy green tops Also known as green onions scallions, or spring onions, use them fresh in salads, dips and as appetizers. With repeat sowings, you can harvest from spring through fall anywhere, and year around in mild winter areas.
  
oregano 58. Oregano - The same genus as marjoram but with a stronger, more Pungent flavor. Used fresh or dried in many Italian and Mexican dishes. Tolerates poor soil. Full sun. parsley 59. Parsley - Saleable annual herb plants are ready 6-8 weeks from sowing. Not frost tolerant.
  
parsnip 60. Parsnip - This delicious, cool weather vegetable is one of the hardest of all root crops. Plants are frequently grown with carrots, beets and salsify. Their delicate, sweet rutty flavor compliments any meal. Prepare by parboiling o steaming, then pan-glaze or scallop. pea black eyed 61. Pea (Black Eyed) - They are drought tolerant and adapt easily to different types of soils. You can eat them fresh (shelled) or dried. Each group has a different taste and color.
  
pea little marvel 62. Pea Little Marvel - Good home garden type, very early, vines produce soft skin, easily shelled peas, good for fresh, canned, or frozen. snow pea sugar pod 63. Snow Pea Sugar Pod - Edible pods, smooth seeded edible pod, virorous plant, hardy, great fresh and frozen. Used in oriental dishes.
   
melon honey dew 64. Melon (Honey Dew) - Excellent quality, green flesh, rind is creamy white when ripe, smooth and hard, spicy, sweet and juicy, has a distinct flavor. pepper anaheim green chile 65. Pepper Anaheim Green Chile - Thick walled, ranging in color of green to red when mature. Great roasted. Used in many mexican dishes.
   
pepper cayenne 66. Pepper Cayenne - Hot peppers are perhaps the most used international vegetable. Their intense flavor adds zest to sauces, salads, soups, stews, dips and dried seasonings. They can be pickled or threaded on string and dried when ripe for a colorful edible ornamental Peppers are green turning red. pepper pimento67. Pepper Pimento - Heavy walled, heart shaped fruits measuring 3 1/2" x 2 1/2". Smooth, dark-green color matures to a rich red. 65 days.
   
pepper sweet california wonder 68. Pepper Sweet California Wonder - Dark green to red. Big thick wall, stuffing pepper, sweet, crisp. pepper jalapeno 69. Pepper Jalapeno - Hot Peppers are perhaps the most used international vegetable. Their intense flavor adds zest to sauces, salads, soups, stews, dips and dried seasonings. They can be pickled or threaded on string and dried when ripe for a colorful, edible ornamental. Peppers are green turning red. Is a great addition to salsas.
  
pumpkin sugar pie 70. Pumpkin Sugar Pie - Deep orange. General use, sweet, fine grained flesh, standard pie pumpkin, good size for household use pumpkin small sugar72. Pumpkin Small Sugar - (5-8 lbs.) A premier eating pumpkin. Fruit is about 8” across with a tiny seed cavity and weighs 5-8 lbs. Vigorous vine does well on a trellis. Also known as New England Pie, it has sugary sweet flesh. 100 days.
   
quinoa 73. Quinoa - is rich in protein. it contains all the nine necessary amino acid supplements that help repair tissues of your muscles to grow and repair themselves. Quinoa rich in antioxidants. Weight loss is another benefit you can get from quinoa among other benefits. Quinoa can be used in the place of rice and is considered a super food grain/seed. radish cherry belle 74. Radish Cherry Belle - Radishes are easy to grow, tasty and colorful, and ready for harvest in just a few weeks. They are best if timed to harvest during cool weather. This variety has scarlet skin and crisp, white flesh. A very early maturing variety. Grows well in containers.
  
radish japanese daikon 75. Radish Japanese Daikon - Giant White Radish, Japanese or Chinese radish, winter radish, and mooli) Japanese Minowase Daikon Radish grows well in cool conditions. Early spring of fall planting. Long white tapered root. 55-60 days. radicchio 76. Radicchio - Often referred to as the Italian dandelion, it is no wonder that this Italian descent is a gourmet salad delight! Primarily used raw, mix chicory greens in salads to add a tangy flavor contrast. Flavor is mildest when the greens mature during cool weather.
  
rhubarb 77. Rhubarb - Like its name, this variety of chard looks like rhubarb. It has textured, dark green, red veined leaves and red stalks throughout summer and fall. This easy This easy-to-grow vegetable not only makes an attractive plant, but is long lasting, too. Both the stalks and leaves can be picked while the plant continues to grow. Can also be grown in containers. rosemary 78. Rosemary - This ornamental evergreen herb forms a small shrub that adapts will to pot culture. Two foot plants with needle-like leaves. Use fresh or dried on poultry, meats and seafood. Sow heavily as germination is often less than 50%. Give winter protection in cold areas
  
rutabega 79. Rutabega - This very important vegetable is vitamin-rich and has a robust flavor. The large, globe-shaped roots are sweet, fine, grained and popular boiled, mashed, in soufflés and added to stews. Store for winter use like potatoes. sage 80. Sage - Highly aromatic leaves are used to season meat and poultry stuffing. Sage and onion stuffing is particularly good with pork.
  
salsify 81. Salsify - Often referred to as the Oyster Plant, because the flavor is very similiar to oysters. Flesh is cready white. Great Boiled. spearmint 82. Spearmint - Considered the most versatile and popular garden mint, spearmint has a fruity aroma and flavor. Can be invasive. Best if cut back to the ground mid-summer.
   
spinach bloomsdale 83. Spinach Bloomsdale - AAS winner 1947. The large, 6”-8” long, dark-green, glossy leaves are not only delicious but high in vitamins. Produces a cool weather crop that resists bolting. 44 days. spinach new zealand 84. Spinach New Zealand - Not a true spinach but will produce a spinach-like crop in hot weather when true spinach will not. Bush-like with triangular leaves. Seeds are slow to germinate but it is well worth the wait. 70 days Sowing: Soak seeds in winter for 24 hours before sowing. Direct sow shortly after the last spring frost.Once plants are growing vigorously, snap off young shoots and leaves.
  
squash acorn 85. Squash Acorn - This is one of the most popular of the winter or storage squash. They are excellent baked, steamed or microwaved. Stores well. squash butternut 86. Squash Butternut - This is a very popular and wonderful tasting winter or storage squash. Make some infamous Butternut Squash soup. The seed cavity is small, so there is lots of flesh with a sweet, nutty flavor. Excellent baked, steamed, or microwaved. Stores extremely well.
  
squash spaghetti 87. Squash Spaghetti - The unique and delicious squash is so easy to grow. No wonder it is rapidly becoming more popular with gardeners. This squash also stores well for fall and winter enjoyment. Enjoy steamed, boiled and baked. The cooked flesh separates into spaghetti-like strands with a mild flavor, compatible with many sauces. squash yellow 88. Squash Yellow - E.P.-48 Days. Semi-open bush, yields over a long period until frost. Yellow squash is a very easy plant to grow. It tastes best when fresh. The thin skin doesn't need to be peeled (that's where most of the nutrients are too.) Delicious fried, grilled, boiled, in casseroles.
  
sunflower russian mammoth 89. Sunflower Russian Mammoth - This is the perfect plant for child's garden. The large seeds are easy to sow, sprout quickly and grow into towering strong-stemmed plants topped with massive blooms. Flowers are great for entering into country fair competitions. Plants require minimal care and are useful for temporary screens. Hedges and backgrounds. Harvested seed kernels are edible. tarragon 90. Tarragon - Spreading plant with slightly aromatic but distinctly flavored pale-green leaves. Used to accent meats, chicken, fish and vinaigrettes. Popular her. Full or part sun.b in French cooking.
  
thyme 91. Thyme - An aromatic herb often used in Meditarian and Italian dishes. Add to meat, soups, stews and dressings. tomato beefsteak 92. Tomato Beefsteak - Extra large, meaty and ribbed deep-scarlet fruit. 90 days. Germination 7-14 days. 70-75°F. Sow in seed flats or plug trays. Transplant when first true leaves develop. Saleable 6-8 weeks from sowing.
   
tomato delicious 93. Tomato Delicious - This 'Delicious' Tomato Plant set a world record for size: One weighed over a whopping 6 1/2 pounds! The average size of tomatoes for this plant is 2 1/2 pounds. Each slice will cover a piece of bread. The fruits are smooth, red, with very little cracking, and they have a small seed cavity. Excellent slicer tomato. tomato cherry 94. Tomato Cherry - America's most popular vegetable. Produces a big crop that requires little space and effort. Excellent for juice, salads, canning and relish.
  
tomato marglobe 95. Tomato Marglobe - Smooth, firm, globe-shaped fruits with crack resistance. Tolerant to Verticillium and Fusarium wilt. 75 days tomato roma 96. Tomato Roma - America's most popular vegetable. Produces a big crop that requires little space and effort. Excellent for juice, salads, canning and relish.
  
tomato rutger 97. Tomato Rutger - Popular old favorite with smooth, firm, globe-shaped fruits. Indeterminate plants with good cover. 82 days. turnip 98. Turnip - The large, white roots of this good keeper have purple shoulders and a small taproot. Mild white flesh is best if picked when 3” across. Crisp flavor and sturdy tops. Grows quickly. 55 days.
   
water melon sugar baby 99. Water Melon Sugar Baby - This is delicious, small-fruited "icebox" melon developed specially for home gardens. Fruits grow to 8" (20cm) across and weigh about 10 lbs (4.5kg). The flesh is bright red, fine-grained and very flavorful. Plants are small vines producing early enough for short season areas. zucchini 100. Zucchini - The straight, slender fruits of black zucchini have an almost black skin and greenish-white flesh. Plants are easy-to-grow, mature quickly, and produce lots lf low-calorie, versatile fruits. Use raw in salads and with dips or steamed, fried and baked. Freezes well.

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