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Remember, nothing tastes better than "fresh from the garden." And with your own delicious vegetables from this list, you can bet this year's garden will be your best ever. Happy gardening and "Bon appetit!"

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    ORGANIC: The main doubly born pod pea gives you large pods with 8 to 11 peas in each. Sweet taste, long harvest time. Learn More →
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    ORGANIC: Summer Sweet Snap Peas need little support and produce stringless pods at each growing tip. Learn More →
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    ORGANIC: Large leaves are tender and delicious. One of the earliest crops to sow in spring; sow a second crop when weather cools in fall. Learn More →
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    ORGANIC: The famous pea that lives up to its mouthwatering name, with tall vines (to 7') and 4 to 5" pods. Learn More →
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    Summer sweet snap peas produce heavily on medium-sized vines, needing little support. First-rate stringless pods. Learn More →
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    Organic Heirloom: The All-Time Tomato famous forever as the best-flavored tomato of all. Large fruits. Learn More →
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    The famous smooth white variety from France, "Snowball" gives you bright white 7" heads by midsummer. Learn More →
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    This Organic seed will produce cherry tomatoes that have the appearance of darkish, red grapes and distinct, rich flavor that is famous with Black Tomatoes. Easy to grow in the ground or containers, vines will produce many delicious tomatoes – Perfect for your favorite dishes and salads! (Solanum lycopersicum) Learn More →
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    Standard green bean, always reliable even in poor weather. Comes through every year with early, heavy yields of attractive stringless beans. Learn More →
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    Organic Heirloom Carrot: Crisp, rich flavor has made the Scarlet Nantes carrot a classic. Only 6-7" long with blunt tips. Learn More →
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    HEIRLOOM: The classic garden pea "Alaska" was introduced in the US in 1882, and has been a big favorite ever since. Learn More →
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    Compact plants and sweet peas are what "Little Marvel" is famous for. An old variety, great for home gardens. Learn More →
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    The favorite super-early variety produces sweet, 7" flavor-filled ears at least a wk. earlier than other "early" types. Learn More →
  14. Starting at $24.95

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    Nothing beats homegrown tomatoes, and this variety produce large, juicy fruits that are perfect for slicing and an essential ingredient in summertime salads. Learn More →
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    Sweet dwarf "snap peas" are great fresh from the garden, with dips and salads. Also great steamed or stir-fried. Learn More →
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    Sturdy plants produce sweet, juicy peppers with the classic blocky shape. A popular variety for home gardens. Learn More →
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    HEIRLOOM: The sweetest of the sweet is the deserved reputation. Some are larger, some earlier, but none sweeter. Learn More →
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    "Blue Lake" is still the flavor favorite, after decades of popularity. Bush beans with tender-sweet stringless straight pods. Learn More →
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    This classic pole bean produces a huge harvest of straight, stringless beans all summer long. Learn More →
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    HEIRLOOM: The great not-hot yellow pepper is excellent for short growing seasons, perfect for flavoring. Learn More →
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    Bush beans for 2 crops! Blooms are pretty. Young pods are snaps, mature pods, limas. Learn More →
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    HEIRLOOM: Scarlet Nantes Carrots have been famous for their crisp, rich flavor forever. Up to 8" long with blunt tips. Learn More →
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    This is the classic "Wax Bean," the pole variety with those delicious, golden stringless beans everybody loves. Learn More →
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    HEIRLOOM: "The Baby Lima" with buttery taste has been a favorite for since 1888, & never surpassed. Learn More →
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    HEIRLOOM: A historic tomato, the "Rutgers" was introduced by Rutgers U. in 1934 for famous NJ growers. Learn More →
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    The all-time favorite white sweet corn produces super-sweet ears up to 9" long on tall plants that often top 8 feet. Learn More →
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    Add zing to the garden, and your cooking with easy-to-grow Jalapenos. Not so hot when you remove the seeds. Learn More →

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