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Actinidia 'September Sun'

Actinidia 'September Sun'

September Sun Hardy Kiwi

This fast growing vine always has landscape interest with plentiful, small, white bloom in spring, breathtaking white and pink irregularly variegated foliage and a flood of sweet, small, tasty fruit in summer. Easy to grow and perfect for screenin...

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Actinidia arguta Issai

Actinidia arguta Issai

Issai Mini-Kiwi Fruit

The perfect conversation piece for any garden, this vigorous, easy care vine will cover any fence or trellis with ease. It's twisting, vining branches are coated with lustrous, deep green foliage but the real bonus is the loads of small, 1" diamet...

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Actinidia kolomikta 'Red Beauty'

Actinidia kolomikta 'Red Beauty'

Red Beauty Hardy Kiwi

This twining vine is super hardy but produces a fruit most associate with the tropics - Kiwis! Since the Hardy Kiwi plant is dioecious, meaning there are separate male and female plants, all you need for fruit is to plant 'Red Beauty' near 'Actic ...

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Allium fistulosum

Allium fistulosum

Scallion, Bunching Onion

With these scallions, you can go straight from the garden to the kitchen and cook up something delicious! From fresh garnishes on salads and soups, to a flavor highlight in Chinese foods and stir fry, this hardy and deer-resistant selection will b...

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Allium schoenoprasum 'Staro'

Allium schoenoprasum 'Staro'

Staro Chives

Incredibly useful and easy to grow, Chives will be a welcome addition to any garden, herbal or otherwise. Staro's long tubular, grass like foliage is one of the thickest on the market, making it easy to process for storing and cooking. Chives are ...

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Allium tuberosum 'Geisha'

Allium tuberosum 'Geisha'

Geisha Garlic Chives

Incredibly useful and easy to grow, Garlic Chives will be a welcome addition to any garden, herbal or otherwise. 'Geisha' has long, slightly flattened, tubular, grass-like foliage that makes a fragrant clump in the garden and features the strong s...

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Anethum graveolens

Anethum graveolens

Dwarf Fernleaf Dill

Fine, frilly and flavorful, this dense form of dill puts the zing in dressings, salads and cooked vegetables. Dill loves to grow in full sun, does well in containers, and is very easy to grow. Keep snipping to prevent flowering, which will negatively...

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Aronia melanocarpa 'Viking'

Aronia melanocarpa 'Viking'

Viking Chokeberry

While we were admiring the beauty, toughness and hardiness of this Swedish introduction in the landscape, the Swede's were back home doing the same yet taking it a step further. Rather than leaving its ample fruit to the birds each year, they were ha...

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Beans Gold N' Green

Beans Gold N' Green

Gold N' Green Mix Beans

A mix of delicious green and gold Green Beans that are ready to harvest just 2 weeks after it blooms. Crisp and tasty, this french filet type bean is thinner then most and slightly smaller it is best enjoyed soon after harvest or frozen....

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Beet Touchstone Gold

Beet Touchstone Gold

Touchstone Gold Beet

Get ready to be wowed with this award winning Beet that features orange skin with brilliant yellow flesh. Its striking appearance is matched by smooth, sweet taste that even Beet haters seem to love! Uniform size and heavy yielding. Easy to g...

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Beets Bulls Blood

Beets Bulls Blood

Bulls Blood Beets

This outstanding heirloom selection will thrill not only because of its small, deep red, sweet tasting beets with colorful pink rings when cut, but also because of its deep red foliage that is perfect for salad use. Colorful and tasty is all parts, '...

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Beta vulagaris Bright Lights

Beta vulagaris Bright Lights

Bright Lights Swiss Chard

You may think you just planted the bright lights of Vegas in your garden with all the neon you will see from 'Bright Lights' Swiss Chard. Each leaf on this easy to grow leafy vegetable is unique with a great mix of bright neon colors including gold, ...

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Betula populifolia 'Whitespire'

Betula populifolia 'Whitespire'

Whitespire Gray Birch

Originally known as Betula platyphylla ‘Whitespire’ has now been assigned to Betula populifolia ‘Whitespire Senior’ after determining that it is indeed a Gray Birch. ‘Whitespire Senior’ has exfoliating white bar...

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Broccolini Aspabroc

Broccolini Aspabroc

Aspabroc Broccolini

This hybrid vegetable features asparagus-like stems and small broccoli heads and a combination of their flavors making it both mild and slightly peppery! Narrow and upright, harvest starts with the main stem but progresses to side stems over the p...

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Campanula coch. Bavaria Blue

Campanula coch. Bavaria Blue

Fairy Thimble Bell Flower

One of the most charming of the popular perennial Bellflowers, Fairy Thimble forms a low mat of tiny spoon shaped green leaves bearing loads of tiny little dangling lavender-blue bells in early summer. This selection thrives in moist, very well drain...

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Carrot Sweet Treat

Carrot Sweet Treat

Sweet Treat Carrot

Not many Carrots have the word 'sweet' in their names but this stocky, 6" long, vigorously growing selection is one of the sweetest tasting selections available. Easy to grow and easy to love, 'Sweet Treat' is ready for harvest 70 days after germinat...

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Carya ovata

Carya ovata

Shagbark Hickory

This low maintenance shade tree will be a showy and edible addition to your own. The barks commonly peels and curls off it's straight trunk. Covered in yellow-green leaves, thick-shelled hickory nuts are nestled in-between. These nuts are perfect ...

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Castanea dentata

Castanea dentata

American Chestnut

American chestnut, or American classic? Formerly considered one of the finest chestnut tree in the world. Green throughout the summer their colors turn into a gold, yellow in the fall. They are almost extinct in the wild, but breeders are working ...

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Celery Tango

Celery Tango

Tango Celery

One of the best garden selections of celery you can find, 'Tango' produces tall, sweet tasting stringless stalks that are perfect for fresh eating or in salads but will thrill when cooked in soups and stews. Vigorous and productive especially in mois...

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Chamaemelum nobile - Roman Chamomile

Chamaemelum nobile - Roman Chamomile

Roman Chamomile

Easy to grow with outstanding texture, this herb can multi-task in the landscape while providing great scent and a boatload of herbal uses in the home. Tolerating full sun or partial shade, this Chamomile is a low, creeping, yet aggressive growing pl...

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Coriandrum sativum - Cilantro\Coriander

Coriandrum sativum - Cilantro\Coriander

Cilantro, Coriander

Frilly and tasty, the leaves of this herb are an absolute must for any Mexican or Asian cooking! Continual pruning prevents flavor-altering flowers, while multiple plantings will allow you enough cilantro to put the snap in your salsa all summer and ...

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Corylus americana 'Purpleleaf Bailey Select'

Corylus americana 'Purpleleaf Bailey Select'

Purpleleaf Bailey Select American Hazelnut

Beautiful and edible addition to the yard. This deciduous tree will produce delicious edible hazelnuts and its deep wine-color will be eye-catching to everyone. The meaty, flavorful nuts will be ready to pick in September and into October which yo...

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Corylus americana 'Sun Harvest'

Corylus americana 'Sun Harvest'

American Hazelnut

This deciduous tree will produce delicious edible hazelnuts and its color will be eye-catching to everyone. Male and female flowers will bloom on the same tree along with fruit that will all emerge in the Spring. Beautiful and edi...

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Cucumber 'Homemade Pickles'

Cucumber 'Homemade Pickles'

Homemade Pickles Cucumber

Just as the name implies, this variety of cucumbers is perfect for making pickles. A vigorous grower, prolific yielder, and semi-bush form, this is perfect for small gardens or containers. Harvest these cukes at 2" or 6". Either way, their crispne...

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