Cabbage, Greyhound Item Number: VCA-2740 Detailed Description Brassica oleracea var. capitata CW/Matures 9-16/Harvest 2-4/Yield 96-383/ Spac 15 / Area 100 64-73 Dwarf, with pointed heads (2-3 lb.) and a small heart of excellent quality, mild flavor. A fast-growing heirloom English variety. Small plants don't take up much room, or time, in the garden. 85 seeds. C $2.50 Description:
All-around corn, good for fresh eating, flour, hominy, etc. Short 4�-5� plants bear 7� ears, don't drain the soil like other corns, and can produce a crop in spite of difficult conditions. Tolerates less than optimum fertility, extreme cold, drought. Very early. Kernels look like jewelry in bright, glowing colors, high in anti-oxidants. sweet corn and makes great flour or hominy. Bred by Dave Christensen in Montana100 seeds.
Lettuce, Outstanding, Romaine, Organic Item Number: VLE-4215 Detailed Description CW,WW / Matures 6-13 / Harvest 1-3 / Yield 135-540/ Spacing 8-9 / 68 . Red Romaine--upright, crunchy, and really really red. Selectedfor color, big tight heads, slow bolting and disease resistance The best in its class. Description:
Sustainability doesn�t end when the days get cold! Gardeners in warmer climates and those who are willing to build simple covers will have more to choose from, but with some planning and the right varieties, gardeners can have fresh vegetables all winter, even in challenging climates like New England. Info sheet included. Contains one packet each of carrot, spinach, kale, corn salad, arugula, miner�s lettuce, minutina, mizuna, head lettuce and leaf lettuce. 10 pkts.
Huge heirloom Italian sweet pepper, with long, curved fruits that do look like a bull�s horn. May be the longest stuffing pepper at 6-10� long and up to 2� diameter. Red when ripe. Excellent flavor. Prized for salads, grilling or saut�ing. 30 seeds.
Annual. A beautiful nitrogen-fixing plant, excellent as winter cover, for opening heavy soils and for forage for animals. Prefers warmth but germinates in cooler soils also and grows quickly to two feet tall. Has white flowers with blue markings, aromatic foliage, and medicinal seeds that can also be used for sprouts or in curries. Makes less organic matter than other winter covers, but its quick growth is a bonus when planting late; can be planted as late as mid-December in mild-winter areas, or in very
(1890) A rich-tasting old Italian heirloom. Compact 2-3� light-green plants. 3-4� bluish-green central head, then lots of medium-sized side shoots. Matures over a long period-best for home gardens. Out-produces hybrids. Excellent quality, Freezer. 110 seeds.
Best white keeper. Handsome medium-size globe. Flesh is fine-grained, very firm and snowy-white with a mild pungent flavor. Excellent bunching onion and as Autumn onions. Preferred by restaurants whenever available. Long day. 150 seeds.