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Seeds for sprouting, fresh eating. Zesty mix of our favorite sprouting seeds. These are easy to grow (sprout) and are quick to ger...minate. Sprouts can be grown all year round for delicious and nutritious eating. read more

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Seeds for sprouting, fresh eating. Bean sprouts are nutritious and delicious. These are easy to grow (sprout) and are quick to ger...minate. Sprouts can be grown all year round. read more

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Seeds for sprouting, fresh eating. The healthiest and spiciest sprouts of all. These are easy to grow (sprout) and are quick to ge...rminate. Sprouts can be grown all year round for delicious and nutritious eating. read more

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Whilst we like fresh pomegranates as much as the next guy, these habit-forming seeds completely bowled us over - it was love at fi...rst taste! They have a wonderfully crunchy, slightly tart texture and still deliver that irresistible pomegranate flavor that we all adore. Raw Hunza Fruits and Nuts are grown 6,000 to 9,000 feet above sea level using ancient organic farming methods. Mountainside terraced orchards are irrigated with mineral-rich glacial melt waters from the highest elevations. Over the millennium of time this natural process has produced two-foot thick topsoil, saturated with life giving nutrients containing calcium, copper, gold and iron. Unsulphured, no preservatives and no chemical fertilizers are ever used. Hunza Fruits and Nuts are allowed to attain full ripeness and bold flavor "naturally" before being hand picked and dried under the sun and crisp, clean mountainous air. Nutritionists have long touted the health benefits of raw foods. The "Raw" logo indicates that the food was not heated above 118 F, which is the temperature at which many beneficial enzymes are believed to be destroyed. Raw foods contain more usable nutrients than their "cooked" counterparts, along with being easily absorbed by the body. read more

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Even after 150 years, it's one of the most tender leaf lettuces. Hugely popular for over 150 years, it's one of the most tender an...d delicately flavored leaf lettuces ever bred. The ruffled leaves are large with an appealing green color. Simpson is well adapted to a wide range of climates and is still the best for early spring sowing. Certified Organic Seed. read more

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Grow a bountiful vegetable garden?even if space is limited. This collection includes 10 varieties of vegetable seeds that thrive i...n raised garden beds or other small urban settings. The rich, loose soil in these beds allows for robust vegetable rooting that cant always be achieved in open ground. Plants can be grown closer together and often suffer less pest damage because of their proximity to each other and distance from the ground. Includes 10 individual packets of seeds (see More Info tab for specifics on each variety). Organic seeds are pesticide- and herbicide-free and never genetically modified. Open-pollinated varieties allow you to save the seeds from each year?s harvest to plant the next year. Plant in spring through summer. Requires 6 hours or more of sunlight per day. Ideal for raised beds or planters. Min. container depth 10". Grown in USA. Collection includes one seed packet each of: Blue Lake Pole Bean (28 gm, approx. 100 seeds) Romaine Lettuce (.5gm, approx. 275 seeds) Red Leaf Lettuce (.5gm, approx. 275 seeds) Ruby Red Swiss Chard (.5gm, approx. 75 seeds) Champion Radish (1gm, approx. 175 seeds) Lemon Cucumber (2gm, approx. 75 seeds) Rainbow Blend Carrots (.5gm, approx. 350 seeds) Onion Chives (1gm, approx. 500 seeds) Bloomsdale Spinach (1gm, approx. 75 seeds) Evergreen Bunching Onions (.5gm, approx. 225 seeds) read more

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Produces prodigious amounts of velvety-skinned peachy-yellow fruits loaded with rich heirloom taste. A unique heirloom tomato, Gar...den Peach was reputedly introduced to US gardens in the 1860s. The small, velvety-skinned 2-3 oz. fruits have rich full flavor. The prolific vines unleash multitudinous 3-4" round fruits with peachy-yellow skin and flesh woven with hints of red throughout. Indeterminate. Certified Organic Seed. read more

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Stringless pods stay sweet and tender. Blue Lake white-seeded pole bean has straight, 6" stringless pods that stay sweet and tende...r-crisp even at full maturity. They're wonderful fresh or frozen. A 1 oz. seed pack will plant a 20' row or 10-16 poles. Pole beans yield much longer than bush beans, right up to frost. Plant 4-6" apart at the base of poles, trellis, a fence or our Bean Tower. Burpee fully guarantees that not a drop of synthetic chemicals was used to make these excellent seeds. Certified Organic Seed. read more

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Even after 150 years it's one of the most tender leaf lettuces. Hugely popular for over 150 years, it's one of the most tender and... delicately flavored leaf lettuces ever bred. The ruffled leaves are large with an appealing green color. Simpson is well adapted to a wide range of climates and is still the best for early spring sowing. read more

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The tiny chia seed (Salvia hispanica) hails from Mexico, where it is a closely related member of the mint family. Chia Seeds absor...b ten times their weight in water, making you feel fuller, so you eat less. Chia Seeds are the richest plant source of Omega-3. This nutrient protects your body from inflammation-such as arthritis-and heart disease. Chia seeds also have among the highest antioxidant activity of any whole food -- even more than fresh blueberries. You can add ground chia seeds to your cereal, baked goods, or blend into smoothies. They have a mild, nutty flavor and tender crunch. Nutritionists have long touted the health benefits of raw foods. The "Raw" logo indicates that the food was not heated above 118 F, which is the temperature at which many beneficial enzymes are believed to be destroyed. Raw foods contain more usable nutrients than their "cooked" counterparts, along with being easily absorbed by the body. read more

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A parent line that gave rise to the illustrious Mortgage Lifter. Large lobed fruits with pinkish-red skin. Originally grown in Wes...t Virginia, this heirloom was one of the parent lines for another cherished heirloom: the legendary Mortgage Lifter. With pinkish-red skin and nearly seedless meaty, mild flesh, the large, lobed fruits weigh ¾-1½ lb. A favorite variety for slicing or canning. The disease-resistant, indeterminate vines thrive in hot, humid areas. read more

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A persimmon-colored Russian heirloom beefsteak; high in flavor, low in acidity. An heirloom originally from Russia, this beefsteak... type has very large, persimmon-colored 1 lb. fruits. Uniform and blemish-free, the tomatoes have high flavor, low acidity, and a small seed cavity. Performs well in short-season areas. Indeterminate. read more

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A really pretty, really tasty 1-2 lb. heirloom from West Virginia. With lovely yellow-orange skin and flesh mottled and streaked w...ith red, this West Virginia heirloom beefsteak weighs in at 1-2 lb. Heavily ribbed fruits bring superb, sweet, low-acid flavor to salads and sandwiches. read more

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Red pear-shaped heirloom Americans have enjoyed since Colonial times. A bright red, pear-shaped heirloom with an American pedigree... that goes back to Colonial times. Attractive and tasty, the 1-2" long fruits are delicious in salads or roasted in the oven. Indeterminate. read more

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An heirloom perfect for orange salsas and sauces. Salmon-orange in color, scrumptious in flavor, this early-yielding heirloom has ...just the right credentials for orange-colored sauces and salsas. Nearly seedless, the large, firm fruits grow in prodigious numbers on indeterminate vines. read more

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Sweet, tart, flavorful tomatoes originating in the Ozark Mountains. This 100-year-old heirloom favorite hailing from the Ozark Mou...ntains of Arkansas produces goodly numbers of rich flavorful tomatoes. Deep pink when ripe, the round 6-8 oz. fruits' artful balance of sweetness and tartness accounts for its standing as one of the very best heirloom varieties. Disease-resistant, indeterminate vines. read more

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Produces lovely, scrumptious cherry tomatoes in profusion. Red Zebra is thought to be a naturally occurring cross between Green Ze...bra and an unknown, though certainly red, parent. The beautiful and tartly flavored offspring are gorgeous 2 to 3", round cherry-red fruits with rich orange streaks. The bountiful, high-yielding indeterminate vines are ready to harvest about 75-90 days from transplant. read more

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French heirloom whose taste a hearty blend of sweet and tart. This beautiful and especially flavorful heirloom comes to us from No...rbert Perreira of Helliner, France. A perfect, fruity blend of sweet and tart, Jaune Flamme (or Yellow Flame in French) excels, whether dried or roasted, the slices retaining their deep orange color. An early producer, ample crops of apricot-colored 3-4 oz. fruits are borne on elongated trusses. read more

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A vintage variety and perennial favorite with rich, complex flavor. This old variety, a favorite in tomato taste trials, comes fro...m a farming hill town in Lebanon. Growing to 1½ lb., the large, pink, flattened fruits delight with their sweet, rich, complex flavor. The vigorous indeterminate vines are disease-resistant. read more

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A Burpee original?and an All-America Selections winner in 1943. Bred right here, Burpee's Jubilee is the outstanding result of a s...tabilized, six-generation selection from a cross between Tangerine and Rutgers tomatoes. Jubilee was an All-America Selections winner in 1943, and you can taste and see why. Up to 3" across, the bright golden-orange globular fruits are smooth and solid, with a mild delectable flavor. High-yielding indeterminate plants. read more

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Plentiful clusters of juicy-sweet deep-red tomatoes with a blackish hue. An heirloom too rarely encountered, this delectable varie...ty fully merits a place in the garden and on the dinner table. Yields plentiful clusters of perfectly round 1" true cherry tomatoes that are deep red with a blackish hue. The flavor is complex, rich, juicy and sweet. Indeterminate. read more

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Eastern European variety with bright red fruits for paste, sauces, canning or freezing. A meaty, delicious variety from Eastern Eu...rope that was brought to America by Polish gardeners in the 1800s. Extremely large, the 10-12 oz. sausage-shaped fruits are produced on indeterminate vines. The bright red fruits lend themselves to a broad range of uses: paste, sauce, canning, drying or freezing. read more

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This heirloom from Czechoslovakia is prized for its rich, tangy flavor. Prized for the rich, tangy flavor, this heirloom tomato va...riety from Czechoslovakia produces impressive yields of succulent 2" red fruits. The indeterminate plants with potato leaf foliage are early to yield, making them delicious candidates for northern gardens. read more

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Tart and pretty clusters of delectable yellow-green fruits. A favorite heirloom of farm markets and restaurants, thanks to its uni...que tart flavor and attractive presentation. Originally created by crossing Yellow Pear with Evergreen, Green Grape produces clusters of 6-8 yellow-green 1" fruits. read more

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Mild, sweet and tropical flavored beefsteak. This huge orange heirloom tomato takes its name from Iowa's Amana Colonies, one of Am...erica's longest-lived communal societies, where it has been a long-time favorite. With a mild, sweet, tropical flavor, this beefsteak variety's fruits are light orange and fluted, growing up to 1-2 lb. on indeterminate vines. read more

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A Greek variety celebrated for its flavor, solid meaty flesh and hardiness. Bred in Greece, when this variety was introduced in th...e U.S. in the 1950s, its flavor and high-quality fruits made it an instant hit. Indeterminate vines produce uniform, smooth, 4-6 oz. red fruits with solid, meaty flesh. Resistant to sunburn, cracks and spots, Thessaloniki's fruits last a long time on the vine when ripe. read more

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Heirloom cherry tomato from Germany produces huge clusters of 20-40 richly flavored fruits. Originating in Germany, this heirloom ...cherry tomato was grown by the Pennsylvania Dutch (who were in fact German) as early as the 1850s. The variety's name, fittingly enough, translates from the German as "giant bunch of grapes". The compact indeterminate plants produce huge clusters of 20-40 red fruits, 1½ x 1½", with rich, meaty flavor. read more

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From Russia with flavor: large, delectable pink tomatoes. A heirloom tomato that originated in Russia's Black Sea region, this var...iety yields large, finely flavored 12 oz. pink tomatoes on indeterminate vines. Savor the mild, delectable fruits either fresh or in cooking. read more

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Reddish-orange Italian heirloom with piquant, firm, meaty flesh. From Italy, with flavor. Primo Italiano heirloom paste tomato pro...duces plenty of elongated, reddish-orange 6" long fruits. Firm and meaty, the flesh is piquant and sweet, ready to star as paste and in sauces. Fruits hold well after ripening on indeterminate vines. read more

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Ever-so-tiny tomatoes with outsize flavor. Perfect for salads and crudit?s, these tiny ½" round, red fruits are notable for their ...strong, sweet-tart flavor and firm, juicy texture. High-yielding indeterminate plants bear large trusses of clusters of fruit, making harvesting easier. read more

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Pretty, sweet-tasting 1 lb. fruits with a high sugar content. Mr. Stripey's mild, sweet-tasting fruits have a high sugar content a...nd grow to over 1 lb. each. Pretty and luscious, this tomato has rich yellow undertones covered with pinkish-red striping. Indeterminate. read more

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Petite, delicious yellow tomatoes that grow in abundance. The tiny, round, yellow ½" fruits are produced in abundance on vigorous ...indeterminate plants. Large trusses hold easy-to-harvest clusters of fruit. With strong, sweet-tart flavor and firm, juicy texture, the little yellow tomatoes are perfect for salads and crudit?s. read more

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Gourmet green-striped tomato. Green Zebra is actually the result of four heirlooms bred together. Whatever, it's a beauty, with ex...quisite emerald green skin, dark green vertical stripes, and gently flavorful green flesh. Ready to be eaten fresh or canned and enjoyed year-round. High-yielding indeterminate plants produce oodles of 1½-2½" fruits. read more

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A delicious descendent of the illustrious Brandywine, the gold standard of heirloom tomatoes. Over the past 20-30 years, gaggles o...f gardeners have been growing, selecting, saving and exchanging seeds of the revered Brandywine variety, giving rise to several new and noteworthy strains. The large indeterminate potato leaf vines produce deep-red fruits weighing up to 2 lb. with excellent, mild, balanced heirloom flavor. read more

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An American family treasure that helped ignite America's passion for heirlooms. Here is one of the two Batavian heirlooms from Dia...ne Ott Whealy's family, varieties that became the impetus for the compendious Seed Savers Exchange in Iowa. Nearly seedless, the indeterminate potato leaf plants produce large, meaty, 1-2 lb. fruits with plenty of rich, sweet flavor; ideal for slicing, canning or freezing. read more

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HEIRLOOM. Almost no seed cavities?all meat. The long, blocky fruits mature with a small, discreet seed cavity that can be scooped ...out, leaving all meat. This means much less boiling to get a first class paste. The shape is also good for canning, and excellent for drying. read more

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Delectable Burpee-bred variety introduced in 1901. In 1901, Burpee introduced this mild, flavorful, all-purpose heirloom tomato. R...eady for salads or sauces, the delectable fruits range in size from10 to 12 oz. Disease-resistant and heat-tolerant. Indeterminate. read more

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Could this variety best the venerable Brandywine? Taste and see. Often favorably compared with the illustrious Brandywine, the gol...d standard of heirloom tomatoes. With dark pinkish-purple skin, this widely adapted heirloom produces large, slightly flattened 1 lb. fruits with firm, meaty, crimson flesh and few seeds. Indeterminate potato-leaf plants. read more

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High-yielding, super hot pepper with a multitude of uses. The famously hot and pungent pepper takes its name from a river in Guyan...a. We like to think the name derives from locals fleeing to the river for relief, their mouths scorched by the incendiary pepper. Most often dried, Cayenne, powdered or flakes, serves as a multi-purpose spice. The South American pepper's 4-6" long, 1//2" thin fruits, slightly hotter than jalape¤os, have a multitude of uses, whether fresh, canned or pickled; excellent steeped in oil or vinegar for flavorful condiments. Yields are high, so extra peppers may be strung in "ristras" for easy drying. Fruits mature from green to red and are ready to harvest about 70 days from transplant. read more

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Large crops of tapered fruits that turn bright red when ripe. Generations of Italian families have savored this crispy sweet peppe...r. This family heirloom variety is used in salads or saut?ed, with the extras pickled or dried. Large 3' plants bear large crops of 3-4" long tapered fruits that turn bright red when ripe. Ready to harvest about 70 days from transplant. read more

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Big blocky fruits with sweet, juicy taste. Bred by experts at the USDA, and introduced in 1963, this variety produces heavy yields... of large, blocky 4-5" x 3½-4" fruits. The thick-walled, dark-green to red peppers have a sweet, juicy taste and crisp texture. Vigorous and prolific, the 26-30" upright plants bear over a long season and an excellent choice for the South. Harvest in 72-80 days after transplant. read more

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Simply spectacular: a delicious sweet pepper from Italy. We have one Giuseppe Nardello to thank for this spectacularly tasty sweet... frying pepper. From the small village of Ruoti in the Basilicata region of southern Italy, Giuseppe brought this heirloom to the states, where it was introduced in 1887. Grazie, Giuseppe! All season long the low-growing 20-24" plants produce loads and loads of long, thin peppers, up to 10" long. The peppers are altogether delicious, whether cooked in a little olive oil, grilled, chopped, saut?ed with other vegetables, or used raw in salsas and salads. These peppers are perfect for pickling or drying. Harvest in 80-90 days from transplant. read more

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Acorn-shaped Wisconsin heirloom: for paste, as a slicer, and in sauces. A multitalented heirloom paste tomato from Wisconsin well-...suited for paste, or as a slicing tomato. Acorn-shaped, the very large 8-12 oz. fruits are deep red, thick-fleshed and nearly seedless. Indeterminate vines. Harvest 74-85 days after transplant. read more

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Medium-hot heirloom peppers with a pedigree that goes right back to Thomas Jefferson. A tangy hot pepper that's rich in flavor and... history. Producing tiny, shiny, round-red peppers, this variety was introduced in 1813 by Bernard McMahon from seeds given to him by Thomas Jefferson who was, as you may know, an accomplished plantsman. Striking and decorative, the 12" plants are ideal candidates for indoor or outdoor containers. The medium-hot fruits can be strung like cranberries and dried. Plants can be overwintered indoors. Harvest about 90 days from transplant. read more

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An heirloom found in Ohio and yours to enjoy: delicious and super sweet. You can tell that Sheepnose has vintage rural origins, si...nce few of us see a sheep, or its nose, often enough to think of naming a lovely, delicious pimento after the ovine proboscis. An heirloom originally found in Ohio, these 3-4"- diameter tomato-shaped peppers are thick-walled and super sweet. This tasty variety is a popular choice for canning. When refrigerated, the harvested fruits stay fresh for a good while. Harvest in 70-80 days after transplant. read more

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An American favorite since the 1920s. Popular since the 1920s, this is the golden version of the red California Wonder. Smooth, bl...ocky and blunt-ended 5" x 4" fruits are thick-walled, very sweet and mild. Maturing from light-green to golden-yellow, the peppers grow on 22-26" sturdy, upright plants that set continuously. Harvest in 62-73 days from transplant. read more

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An African-American heirloom pepper that's one of the prettiest, tastiest peppers you'll ever meet. You may have encountered (and ...savored) this heirloom pepper in the oyster and crab houses around the Chesapeake Bay. One of the prettiest peppers ever to grace our test gardens, this African-American heirloom predates the 1870s. Boasting handsome, variegated foliage, the 18-24" plants produce 2-3" long pendant fruits. Starting out an unusual cream color striped with green, the fruits ripen to orange with brown stripes, before turning all red. An attractive, attention-getting choice for containers. Harvest about 80 days from transplant. read more

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Thick-walled fruits are very sweet, very mild. The golden cousin of the red-colored Marconi, this delicious and mild-tasting heirl...oom pepper is prized in Italy. Very sweet and very large, the 7-10" long tapered fruits are great for eating fresh, frying, grilling or stuffing. Pick at either the light green early stage or wait until fully mature and golden yellow. Harvest in 80-90 days from transplant. read more

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Small, very hot peppers that lend the kick to the famous hot sauce. Originally from Mexico?and taking its name from a Mexican stat...e?this small, very hot pepper's a favorite in the South and East, where the plants can grow tall and are covered with the petite light yellow-green to red fruits. Best known as the pepper that lends the kick to the namesake hot sauce from Avery Island, Louisiana. Harvest about 80 days after transplant. read more

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Thai pepper variety is seriously hot and gorgeous in a container. Originally from Thailand, this seriously hot pepper makes a love...ly impression in a patio container. The ornamental 8-12" plants are bedecked with up to 200 small, conical 1/2-1" fruits that ripen to bright red. Extremely hot, the peppers can be used fresh or preserved in oil or vinegar. Harvest about 85 days from transplant. read more

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