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Jesuit missionaries gathered up this ancient winter radish from China and introduced it to Europe in the 1950s. Now ours to enjoy,... the long peppery roots-6-8" by 2" diameter-have bright, beautiful rose-colored skin with white flesh. An ideal variety for fall planting. read more

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There are a great many tomato varieties grown for various purposes. Heirloom tomatoes are becoming increasingly popular, particula...rly among home gardeners and organic producers, since they tend to produce more interesting and flavorful crops. The Heirloom Organics Heirloom Tomato Pack contains many of the most popular Heirloom Varieties available today. You will enjoy the colors and flavors of the old original varieties in your own garden. Varieties Include: Amish Paste - 35 seeds Black Krim - 35 seeds Brandywine Pink - 35 seeds Cherokee Purple - 35 seeds Green Zebra - 35 seeds Mortgage Lifter - 35 seeds Ponderosa Pink - 35 seeds Red Currant - 35 seeds Red Strawberry - 35 seeds Siberian - 35 seeds Tomatillo Verde - 35 seeds Yellow Plum - 35 seeds Due to ongoing seed shortages, seed varieties are subject to change without notice. Replacements will be as close as possible and will be included in your order documentation. read more

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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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De Cicco is an excellent choice for extended harvests for home gardeners. Vigorous plants yield 3-4", blue-green heads. After cutt...ing the main head, more side shoots develop, producing many more small to medium-sized heads through the summer. Good for steaming, stir-fries and for freezing. Sow indoors six weeks before transplanting outdoors. read more

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For maximum flavor and optimal texture, pick the fruits of this Southern heirloom eggplant when young. With appealing light green ...skin and full-bodied, nutty, white flesh, the slender fruits grow 8 to 9" long. Tall plants that produce high yields. read more

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This easy-to-grow American heirloom thrives, whether it's hot or cold. Dating back to at least the 1770s, it makes a fine ornament...al choice for containers and kitchen gardens. The flavor is mild, and free of bitterness over a long season, pick leaves as needed at any stage. 45 days. read more

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A heirloom tomato that originated in Russia's Black Sea region, this variety 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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Ever vigorous, this variety's vines produce mighty yields of striking apple-shaped gourds. Deep green with lighter flecks when fre...sh, the 9 x 12", 5-7 lb. gourds transition to brown when dried. Excellent for crafts and birdhouses. read more

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Known and beloved by Italians as "Costata Romanesco", this Italian heirloom offers up a distinctive nutty flavor. The 6-8" medium-...green fruits have pale green ribs and flecks. The prominent ribs create star-shaped slices which are lovely sauteed or roasted. read more

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Tatsoi, a long-time Asian staple, forms dense rosettes of mild mustardy-flavored leaves. Enjoy the leaves raw or stir-fried. Crunc...hy and flavorful, the midribs have a bright, celeryesque taste. Extremely cold-hardy, you can harvest the plants even under snow cover (mittens not included). read more

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Bred in Greece, when this variety was introduced in the U.S. in the 1950s, its flavor and high-quality fruits made it an instant h...it. 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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Here is one of the two Batavian heirlooms from Diane Ott Whealy's family, varieties that became the impetus for the compendious Se...ed 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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The definitive French melon. Originating in the Poitou-Charentes region around 1920, Charentais is considered the best melon ever ...developed because of its high sugar content, smooth texture and ambrosial fragrance. Perfect for two servings, the small round melons weigh just 2 lb. Gray in color with slight ribs, the melons have rich salmon-orange flesh. read more

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You may have encountered (and savored) this heirloom pepper in the oyster and crab houses around the Chesapeake Bay. One of the pr...ettiest 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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This heirloom's lovely French name translates, prettily enough, as "embroidered with warts from Eysines," that being a small town ...in southwest France. This pumpkin's random "peanut" warts bedeck the flesh-colored outer skin. A unique decorative piece, to be sure, but also a richly flavored eating pumpkin. Harvest the 10-20 lb. fruits are mature in about 90 days. read more

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An heirloom prized by generations of French squash connoisseurs for its mild, nutty flavor and ever-so-tender flesh and skin. Harv...est when fruits are young, when they are merely 2-3" in diameter, and steam or saute. Ready in about 45-52 days. read more

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

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The famously hot and pungent pepper takes its name from a river in Guyana. We like to think the name derives from locals fleeing t...o 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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As it name suggests, this classic acorn squash was bred at Fordhook Farm in Doylestown, PA, under the expert eye of W. Atlee Burpe...e himself. Introduced in 1890, the squash's tan oblong fruits grow up to 2 lb. on vining plants. The flavorful fruits can be eaten fresh at around 56 days or left on the vine to mature and used for baking after 85 days. read more

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Prized for the rich, tangy flavor, this heirloom tomato variety 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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This red romaine heirloom variety has been an American favorite since the 1700s. A profound, beautiful, deep-red-going-on bronze, ...the 10-12" tall heads, packed with broad, flat leaves, take on a lighter green tone inside. Impervious to bolting. read more

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Red Zebra is thought to be a naturally occurring cross between Green Zebra and an unknown, though certainly red, parent. The beaut...iful 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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This 100-year-old heirloom favorite hailing from the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas produces goodly numbers of rich flavorful tomatoe...s. 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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Introduced to the seed trade around 1910, this variety was brought to our shores-and our gardens-by Italian immigrants. A deliciou...sly old-fashioned broccoli, it boasts dark bluish-green central heads about 5" across. Tall, erect, 30-36" plants give way to multiple side shoots once the central head is cut. Harvest 60-90 days after transplant. read more

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Lovely and decorative, this pumpkin with stunning blue-green skin comes to us from the town of Jarrahdale in New Zealand. Weighing... in the 8-10 lb. range and 10" tall, the flattened, firm-ribbed fruits have mild, slightly sweet, almost fruity, golden-yellow flesh that's highly aromatic, to boot. read more

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Originating in New Zealand, this unusual heirloom cucumber was first offered in 1934. When mature, Crystal Apple's pretty, pale, g...reenish white-skinned fruits resemble Granny Smith apples. To experience the smooth, tender and cream-tasting fruits at their peak, enjoy them when they're young. A bright, scrumptious addition to salads. read more

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Burpee introduced this now classic cucumber in 1893, after receiving it from a customer in western New York State. Pale ivory, the... 6 to 8" long and 2 to 3"-wide fruits have an exceptionally crisp texture, making for excellent fresh eating or tasty pickles. Produces high yields, even in high heat. read more

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We have one Giuseppe Nardello to thank for this spectacularly tasty sweet frying pepper. From the small village of Ruoti in the Ba...silicata 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, sauteed 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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Also known as Dinosaur or Tuscan Kale, this Italian heirloom dates back to the 18th century, and is an essential ingredient of cal...do verde (green broth), a popular soup in Portugal. By whatever name, the sweeter, milder, blue-green, heavily crinkled strap leaves impart excellent flavor, especially harvested young and after first frost. read more

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Discovered in an Ozarks vegetable garden in the 1930s, the striking deep purple pods grow in abundance on 6' tall pole habit vines... over a long season. Tender and round, the 5-7" stringless pods turn green when cooked. A delectable bean for eating fresh and for canning. 68 days. read more

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Rosy-lavender with white shading, the fruits of this beautiful Italian heirloom are large, round and 5-6" long. With a mild, non-b...itter flavor, the fruits' robust shape is ideal for slicing, baking or roasting. Plants grow 24-36" tall. 70-85 days. read more

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Originally from Mexico, "Pasilla Bajio" furnishes abundant yields of 7" x 1" mildly hot peppers. The name "Pasilla" translates fro...m Spanish as "little raisin", referring to the way the dark green fruits turn deep brown and slightly wrinkled when fully mature and dried. Harvested green, the peppers are used fresh in enchilada sauces and salsas; dried, they're used in smoky-flavored sauces. This is the pepper of choice (once dried and ground into a powder) for the famous Mexican mole (mo-lay) sauce. Harvest about 85 days after transplant. read more

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With lovely yellow-orange skin and flesh mottled and streaked with 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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You can tell that Sheepnose has vintage rural origins, since 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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With their graceful form and alluring color, swan-necked gourds are naturally ornamental. This variety's large round base is toppe...d with a thick curved neck with a bulbous tip, giving its swanlike effect. The deep green fruits, speckled with light green speckles, weigh about 3 lb. and are approximately 3" wide and 16" tall. read more

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Often favorably compared with the illustrious Brandywine, the gold standard of heirloom tomatoes. With dark pinkish-purple skin, t...his 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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The tiny, round, yellow 1/2" 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 crudites. read more

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In 1885, this variety made its debut in the French company Vilmorin's The Vegetable Garden. A compact romaine type, the heads grow... to 10-12" tall, producing large smooth leaves that are green at the heart and brownish-red throughout the body. Crisp and tasty, the lettuce combines well with green-leaf varieties. read more

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A unique heirloom tomato, Garden Peach was reputedly introduced to US gardens in the 1860s. The small, velvety-skinned 2-3 oz. fru...its 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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Originally from Mexico and taking its name from a Mexican state- this small, very hot pepper's a favorite in the South and East, w...here 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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Known for producing large heads and long stalks, this longtime favorite is excellent for cooking fresh or freezing. The 4-6" dark ...blue-green heads are arrayed with side shoots. Developed to withstand cold, it performs outstandingly in the fall. read more

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Appropriately enough, these peas were introduced in peacetime, just after World War II. Lincoln quickly became a favorite with Ame...rican gardeners thanks to its high yields and sweet, tender flavor. Suited for eating fresh, freezing or canning, the 4-5" pods are loaded with 6-9 sweet, tender peas. Heat- and wilt-tolerant, the 18-30" plants require staking with a small pea fence for proper support. read more

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Originally from Thailand, this seriously hot pepper makes a lovely impression in a patio container. The ornamental 8-12" plants ar...e 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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Mr. Stripey's mild, sweet-tasting fruits have a high sugar content and grow to over 1 lb. each. Pretty and luscious, this tomato h...as rich yellow undertones covered with pinkish-red striping. Indeterminate. read more

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Introduced in 1891, Delicata's taste is remarkably similar to that of sweet potatoes, but it's much easier to grow. The vines prod...uce plentiful cream-colored, green-striped oblong fruits, about 3" in diameter and 6" long. read more

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Heat-lovers, here's another Mexican favorite used in a variety of dishes, from salsas to soups. Large 2-3' plants produce plentifu...l smooth, club-shaped, 1 1/2" long fruits with medium-thick walls. Best used fresh, the fruits mature from green to red. Heat scale is about 3,00-0 Scovilles. Harvest about 75 days after transplant. read more

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This cute decorative heirlom garden bunny would make a great addition to any room. Handmade using age-old techniques in Poland, th...is little bunny would love to hop into your life. . Story Behind the Art: Polish Stoneware orginates from a village in... read more

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This beautiful and especially flavorful heirloom comes to us from Norbert 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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Native to Turkey, this heirloom variety is a favorite of Italian gardeners and chefs. The petite 18-22" plants produce abundant yi...elds of round, red-orange 3" fruit. Eat when the fruits are young and in the green stage. Once orange, the fruits are excellent for stuffing. 65-85 days from transplant. Insect-resistant. read more

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