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									TGN’s Pumpkin Nook, by Premier Star Company 2010 Seed Catalog Order Form

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Pumpkin Nook/ The Gardener’s Network 2010 Seed Catalog (Prices subject to change without notice)

Pumpkin Nook’s Big Seeds
Goliath Giant Pumpkin Seeds Item #PUMP1000 Includes a packet of eight big seeds and a pamphlet on how to plant and grow them. In selecting our seeds, we look for fruit that is more likely to produce round and orange giant pumpkins that will give you bragging rights in the 'hood next fall. Grows up to several hundred pounds. $6.99 per packet. PUMPKIN Dill’s Atlantic Giant #1977 Pkt. For an award winning giant pumpkin, pick Dill‟s Atlantic Giant. These pumpkins can grow to be the world‟s largest, holding many world records. These HUGE, pink-orange, smooth-skinned pumpkins can reach up to 400-500 pounds each. 2.0 g. Regular $2.99 Our price $1.49

FLOWER SEEDS- Ferry Morse (except where noted)
ACHILLEA Summer Pastels Mixed Colors #1003 Pkt (AAS) Also called Yarrow. The prettiest mixture of colors you‟ll find, and easy to grow, too. One of the hardiest perennials for a sunny spot. Rewards you with plenty of bloom from summer to frost, year after year. Strong stems fine for bouquets, fresh or dried. 24 in. tall. 30 pelleted seeds. $1.79 Our price $0.89 AFRICAN DAISY Mixed Colors #1002 Pkt, Annual. Colorful blooms of orange, yellow and apricot-toned “daisies” contrasting with dark centers make these flowers a bright feature for sunny beds. Low, spreading plants bloom profusely over a long season. Drought resistant. 300 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 ALTERNANTHERA Purple Knight #1980 Pkt Annual. The striking, dark purple leafed plants is a beautiful addition to any flowerbed or container garden. The charming foliage has an upright, spreading habit that arches over the edges of containers. Purple Knight has exceptional heat tolerance. The foliage is darkest when in full sun. 16-20 inches tall. Full sun. 50 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 ALYSSUM Carpet of Snow #1005 Pkt Grow a path of honey-scented white bloom along the edge of a bed or walk. Hardy plants form mounds of petite flowers blooming in sun or partial shade from summer to frost. 46 in. tall. 450 mg. $1.79 Our price $0.89 ALYSSUM Royal Carpet #1007 Pkt (AAS) Regal purple, fragrant blooms carpet these plants for a lovely garden edging in sun or partial shade. Pretty in large pots, too. Only 4-6 in. tall. 450 mg. $1.79 Our price $0.89 ALYSSUM Gold Dust #1008 Pkt. Hardy Perennial. Masses of brighy yellow flower clustered mounds, with silver-gray foliage appear in early spring and begin to blooming very early, often with forsythia and tulips. Taller and more spreading than sweet Alyssum. Only 4-6 in. tall. 500 mg. $1.79 Our price $0.89 ANNUAL CUT FLOWER MIXTURE #1009 Pkt. A colorful blend of America's favorite old-fashioned flowering annuals. Some bloom early, some late. There are tall "spike" flowers, others with round blossoms, and airy sprays of "filler" flowers. 600 mg. $1.79 Our price $0.89 BACHELOR’S BUTTON Double Mixed Colors #1013 Pkt Also called Cornflower. When boutonnieres were part of a man‟s daily wardrobe, this flower was perfectly "suited". One-inch blooms in shades of blue, rose

and white are bright and prolific throughout the summer on sturdy plants. For the bouquet, too, or dry them. 2 ft. tall. (Centaurea cyanus) Sun. Annual. 850 mg. $1.79 Our price $0.89 BLACK EYED SUSAN #1017 Pkt Almost everyone knows this American wildflower, and it has all the attractions--lovely color, daisy shape, easy to grow in any sunny place, needs little attention, great for bouquets. Can be used on a slope, or as part of a meadow planting, too. Start some "Susans" now for yearafter-year cheer. 2-3 ft. tall. (Rudbeckia hirta) Sun. Perennial, Zones 3-9. Bouquets. 125 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 BLACK EYED SUSAN VINE Thunbergia #1779 Pkt Annual. A very neatly fashioned flower that resembles a daisy. It can also be grown in containers or window boxes. The orange-yellow flowers with a dark center adds a colorful flavor to your flower garden. Blooms from early summer to early fall. If grown in a container, it can be moved inside before the first frost. Height up to 6 feet. Sun to partial shade. 870 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 BLANKETFLOWER #1018 Pkt As variously colored and fringed as an Indian blanket, in warm tones of gold and red, this native plant blooms profusely from summer right up until fall frost. Very easy to grow, and wonderful for bouquets. For those reasons, it‟s one of Grandma‟s garden gems. 24-30 in. tall. (Gaillardia aristata) Perennial, Zones 2-10. Sun. 200 mg. . $1.79 Our price $0.89 BUTTERFLY FLOWER #1021 Pkt Bright orange flowers in summer followed by pointed seed pods. Tuberous rooted perennial with narrow foliage, upright and vigorous. Height 24-36”. 145 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 CACTUS Mixed Varieties #1022 Pkt If grown outside in areas without frost, these mixed types of cactus would grow and bloom seasonally the way perennial plants do. However, fine sun houseplants they are...a little slow to get started, but long-lived. Grow all together in a large "garden" or separate when plants are large enough. Various species, sizes and heights. Sun. Perennial, Zone 10/Houseplant. 150 mg Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 CANDYTUFT, Evergreen #1320 Perennial. Pkt Clusters of pure white flowers completely cover the small, drk green leaves of this harbinger of spring. Excellent in rock gardens, atop stone walls or edging flowerbeds. Blooms early spring to summer. 8” to 10 in. tall. (Iberis Sempervirens) . Sun/Part Shade. 300mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 CARDINAL CLIMBER VINE #1462 Bears loads of gorgeous, small but brilliant deep scarlet trumpets starting in midsummer. Blooms until fall. Deep green, finly-cut feathery foliage and dark stems add to it attractive effect. 700 mg. $1.79 Our price $0.89 CARNATION Chabaud Mixed Colors #1028 Pkt Favorite cutting flower, and easier to grow than you'd think! Clumps of neat, gray-green leaves produce the loveliest spicy-scented, small carnations! Longblooming in delightful shades of pink, white, red, rose, yellow. For the sunny corner, pots and bouquets. 18 in. tall. 340 mg Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 CARNATION Chabaud Red #1653 Pkt Favorite cutting flower, and easier to grow than you'd think! Clumps of neat, gray-green leaves produce the loveliest spicy-scented, small carnations! Long-blooming. For the sunny corner, pots and bouquets. 18-24 in. tall. 200 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 CHINESE LANTERN #1032 Pkt Another of grandma‟s greatest. While the plants are not particularly pretty, the papery seed husks turn a glowing orange in the fall and are really attractive dried for winter bouquets. Long stems are perfectly suited to bouquets. Dried lanterns can keep their color most of the winter, longer than most undyed everlastings. 2 ft. tall. (Physalis Alkekengi) Perennial, Zones 3-8. Sun. Bouquets. 190 mg. $1.79 Our price $0.89 COLEUS Rainbow Mixed Colors #1034 Pkt. Annual. Looking for something unusual for a shady area? Rich-colored leaves in a variety of glowing shades bring a rainbow of light to partial and full shade. Try it with, or instead of, impatiens. Old-fashioned favorite is fun to grow indoors, too. 12 in. tall. (Coleus blumei) Shade. Containers. 100 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 COLUMBINE Dwarf Dragonfly Hybrid Mixed Colors #1035 Pkt Late spring to early summer can be a special treat if you have columbine in your garden. Airy plants with blue-green foliage produce large, airy,

showy blooms of single and bicolor patterns which are just gorgeous. Colors include shades of yellow, white, pink, blue, purple and combinations. 15-20 in. tall. (Aquilegia hybrida) Perennial, Zones 3-9. Part Shade. 80 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 CONEFLOWER Purple #1131 Pkt An American native! Big, cheerful mauve-rose daisies with prominent dark brown centers make an excellent cut flower and a very eyecatching garden accent for summer bloom. Plants are tough and hardy, form many branching stems, and grow well in any soil. Produces plenty of flowers to delight you and the butterflies. 30-42 in. tall. (Echinacea purpurea) Perennial, Zones 3-8. Sun. Bouquets. 300 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 COREOPSIS Plains Bicolors #1662 Pkt. Perennial. Brillaint gold and mahogany flowers in abundance above the fine foliage I summer. Flowers attract butterflies, and seed heads attract songbirds. Sun to partial shade. 24 in. tall. 200 mg. $1.79 Our price $0.89 COSMOS Sensation, Mixed Colors #1039 Pkt An All-American Selection! Half Hardy Annual. Tall, oldfashioned favorite that bears airy, daisy-like blossoms of bright crimson, deep rose, pink and white from early summer through mid-autumn. Heat resistant; thrives in poor soil. 900 mg. $1.79 Our price $0.89 COSMOS Bright Lights, Mixed Colors #1761 Pkt Half Hardy Annual. Airy, daisy-like blossoms from early summer to mid-autumn in glowing, sunny shades of yellow, gold, orange and scarlet. Fine in bouquets. Heat resistant; thrives in poor soil. 825 mg. $1.79 Our price $0.89 CUPID’S DART Blue #1041 Pkt An everlasting which is naturally blue! Plants laugh at hot, dry gardens, producing small blue daisies with an unusual dark eye. June to August flowering. Wiry stems make arranging easy. When drying, keep away from direct light to prevent loss of color. May bloom first year if started early indoors, or grow as annual. 18-30 in. tall. (Catananche caerulea) Perennial, Zones 5-9. Sun. Bouquets. 65 mg. $1.99 Our price $0.99 CYPRESS VINE, Mixed Colors #1948 Pkt An abundance of bright, star-shaped red, rose, and white flowers make this one of the loveliest climbers available. With delicate, contrasting foliage, this vine is perfect for a porch, fence, or any area where a vine may climb. 750 mg. $1.99 Our price $0.99 DAHLIA Unwin’s Dwarf Mixed Colors #1042 Pkt Easy to grow from seed! Attractive plants produce loads of brilliant blooms in rainbows of orange, salmon, bronze, apricot, yellow, crimson, scarlet and lavender. Keeps your vases full late summer to fall. Grow in sun. 18 in. tall. (Dahlia pinnata) Annual/Perennial. Bouquets. 475 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 DAHLIA Delight Mix #3295 Annual, Pkt Cheeerfully bright, double bloom sin solid red, yellow, orange, pink and white are borne on 18 inch tall platns. This dwarf dahlia is superb in beds and border plantings. Outstanding cut flowers. Bloom smid summer to frost.. Grow in full sun. 18 in. tall 400 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 ENGLISH DAISY Double Mixed Colors #1047 Pkt. Perennial. An English favorite. Button shaped flowers with double blossoms of white, pink, and rose. The small plants are dainty and attractive for spring through early summer bloom . Showy and fragrant. 8 in. tall. 100 mg. $1.79 Our price $0.89 PAINTED DAISY Single Mixed Colors #1104 Pkt. Perennial. Large flowers in brilliant shades of rose and scarlet with small yellow centers, bloom on long stems. Plants have feathery foliage. For best effect, group three to six plants as accent among annuals. 24 in. tall. 140 mg. $1.79 Our price $0.89 SHASTA DAISY Alaska #1141 Pkt. Perennial. Pure, glistening white flowers, 4 to 5 inches across with butter yellow centers. Each plant sends up dozens of tall, sturdy stems from a clean, dark green bush. Blooms second season from sowing. 24 in. tall. 250 mg. $1.79 Our price $0.89 DAMES ROCKET Mixed Colors #1044 Pkt. Perennial, Long clusters of white, mauve, or purple flowers with sweetly fragrant blossoms. Great for bouquets. Perfect for woodland or partially shaded areas. .24-36 in. tall. 200 mg. Partial shade. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 DELPHINIUM Magic Fountains Mixed Colors #1045 Pkt. Perennial. (Dwarf) Not the extra-tall one, but tall enough to be very showy, yet much more manageable in the home garden, and less apt to require staking. A favorite old-fashioned flower refined. Gorgeous spikes in jewel-like shades of blue, lavender and diamond-

bright white, some with darker center spots (called "bees"). 30-36 in. tall. (Delphinium elatum) Zones 4-8. Sun/Part Sun. 125 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 DUSTY MILLER Silver Dust #2911 Pkt Perennial. Grown for its silvery grey fern-like foliage. Compliments nearby flowering plants and adds texture to flowerbeds and containers. Easy to grow. 9-18 in. tall. 200 mg. Lilly Miller seeds. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 FLAX Blue #1049 Pkt. Perennial. Dainty sky blue flowers on gracefully arched stems. Clumps of delicatelooking foliage. If you love blue, then this flower will please you. 16-20 in. tall. 125 mg. $1.79 Our price $0.89 FORGET ME NOT Blue Bird #1050 Pkt For coveted garden coolness, forget-me-not cannot be beat. And the tiny, true blue flowers are so lovely! Makes a wonderful carpet or ground cover under taller plants or small deciduous trees, and looks best planted in large "pools" or masses. May need winter protection in northern areas (or grow as biennial). (Myosotis alpestris) Perennial, Zones 5-8. Part Sun. 12 in. tall. 250 mg. $1.79 Our price $0.89 FOUR O’CLOCK Mixed Colors #1051 Pkt Also called Marvel of Peru. Fun for kids, no matter the age! Flowers open by the clock and spread their fragrance around all night. Brilliant trumpets of bloom in yellow, red, pink and white. Often reseed themselves. 2 to 3 ft. tall. (Mirabilis jalapa) Annual. Sun. Easy to Grow. Great for Kids. 4.0 g Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 FOXGLOVE Mixed Colors #1052 Pkt Spikes of distinctive, freckle-throated bells stud the flower stems and provide a graceful, stately look in the partly shady garden. Just as much at home in the woodland or native garden. Blooms during early summer in various shades of shell pink, rose, cream and white, with contrasting freckles. An old-fashioned garden gem. Please note, part of this plant could be harmful if eaten by small children or pets. 4 ft. tall. (Digitalis purpurea) Biennial/Perennial, Zones 4-8. Sun/Part Sun. 250 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 GOURD, Birdhouse #1465 Pkt Large green hourglass-shaped gourds grow 8-10 inches long. Easy to dry and hollow out for hanging birdhouses, and a fun project for kids. Grow on fence or trellis for the best shapes. Instructions for using gourds on packet. 2.5 G. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 GOURD, Ornamental Mixture #1894 Annual, Pkt. The selection of both large and small fruited annual gourd varieties are decorative and useful. Colorful small fruited types make ideal table decorations, and if properly dried, will last indefinitely. Large fruited varieties are also included. 3.0 G. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 HELICHRYSUM/STRAWFLOWER Mixed Colors #3405 Pkt. Annual. Strawflowers are the most brilliantly colored dried flowers, retaining their bright pink, orange, yellow and white coloring. Fully double flowers, up to 2 inches across, attract butterflies. Plants thrive in dry sites. Blooms summer to frost. 2-3 feet. 500 mg. Lilly Miler Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 HOLLYHOCK, Summer Carnival Mixed Colors #1577 Pkt (AAS) Perennial. One of Grandma‟s greatest! Will flower the first year if started early indoors. The tall and showy double blooms like roses in a range of colors sure to please -- crimson, light pink, rose, red, white and yellow come back year after year to cheer the gardener‟s heart. 4 1/2 ft. tall. Zones 2-9. 500 mg Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 HOLLYHOCK, Old Fashioned Single Bloom #1895 Pkt Perennial. This is an old fashioned, single bloom favorite. The deep chocolate brown, almost black flowers grow on slender stems with leaves that have very distinctive veins. It has a summer to fall flowering season and is said to make a medicinal tea. 4 1/2 ft. tall. 500 mg Lilly Miller Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 HOLLYHOCK, Indian Spring Mix #2914 Pkt Perennial. This is an old fashioned hollyhock that reliably blooms the first season. Indian Spring‟s tall flower stalks are covered with single and semi-double blossoms in shades of rose, pink and whie. Attractive along fences and wall, or at the back of a border. 4 1/2 ft. tall. 500 mg. Lilly MIller Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 HYACNTH BEAN VINE #1797 Pkt This robust climber has large, purple-veined leaflets and 1-inch flowers of pinkish-purple and white. Long spikes of blooms stand out from the foliage and then give way to clusters of maroon, 3 inch long seedpods. All parts of plant are edible. Blooms summer to fall. Easy to grow. 2.0 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89

IMPATIENS, Dwarf Mixed Colors #1063 Pkt Annual Inexpensive way to grow a lot of these pretty shade lovers. Best started indoors since plants have a long development period. Fun to grow indoors, too. 18 in. tall. 25 mg. $1.99 Our price $0.99 IMPATIENS, Shademaster Hybrid, Mixed Colors #1981 Pkt Annual. Brightening shaded flowerbeds, impatiens bloom where other plants can not grow. In colors of pink, pink swirl, violet, apricot, lilac and deep pink. Shademaster will add “pop” to every shade garden. These are easy to grow, and produce masses of 2inch flowers. 18 in. tall. 25 mg. $2.39 Our price $1.19 IMPATIENS, Tempo Red #3423 Pkt Annual Brightening shaded flowerbeds under big trees and overhanging rooflines, impatiens bloom where other plants cannot. This award-winning variety is easy to grow and produces masses of 2 inch , cherry-red flowers . Blooms summer to frost. 10-14 in. tall. 20 mg. Lilly Miller $1.89 Our price $0.95 IMPATIENS, Tempo Lilac #3445 Pkt Annual Brightening shaded flowerbeds, under big trees and overhanging rooflines, impatiens bloom where other plants cannot. This award-winning variety is easy to grow and produces masses of 2 inch , purplish-pink flowers . Blooms summer to frost. 10-14 in. tall. 20 mg. Lilly Miller $1.89 Our price $0.95 IMPATIENS, Tempo Pastel #3455 Pkt Annual Brightening shaded flowerbeds, under big trees and overhanging rooflines, impatiens bloom where other plants cannot. This award-winning variety is easy to grow and produces masses of 2 inch flowers of white, pink, rose and salmon. Blooms summer to frost. 10-14 in. tall. 20 mg. Lilly Miller $1.89 Our price $0.95 IMPATIENS, Tempo White #3465 Pkt Annual Brightening shaded flowerbeds, under big trees and overhanging rooflines, impatiens bloom where other plants cannot. This award-winning variety is easy to grow and produces masses of 2 inch pure white flowers. Blooms summer to frost. 10-14 in. tall. 20 mg. Lilly Miller $1.89 Our price $0.95 JOHNNY JUMP UP, Viola #1068 Pkt Gorgeous, miniature pansy-like flowers in a combination of lavender, violet, and canary yellow. 6-10 in tall. 130 mg. $1.79 Our price $0.89 LARKSPUR, Giant Imperial Mixed Colors #1072 Pkt Grandma‟s garden would not be without these stately spikes which just beg to be cut for gorgeous, big bouquets! Early bloom in late spring in an array of light and dark pink, blue, rose, lavender and white. Let them "wow" you, in sun or partial shade. 3 ft. tall. (Consolida orientalis) Annual. Sun. Bouquets. 975 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 LOBELIA, Crystal Palace #1074 Pkt Gorgeous where summers are cool. Glowing royal blue, dainty blooms cover the compact plants, which are particularly lovely due to their deep bronze-green foliage color. Excellent edger or in hanging baskets. Just 4 in. tall. (Lobelia erinus) Annual. Sun/Part Sun. 125 mg Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 LOBELIA, Color Cascade #3545 Pkt A great choice for hanging baskets and window boxes. This trailing Lobelia cascades over the edge for a soft, graceful appearance. Blooms in shades of blue, purple and white from summer to frost. Grows 8 in. tall. Annual. Sun/Part Sun. 50 mg. Liilly Miller. Regular $1.69 Our price $0.84 LOBELIA, Dwarf Crystal Palace #3555 Pkt This compact, upright Lobelia is ideal for edging flowerbeds and containers. Its intense cobalt blue flowers and bronzed foliage are elegant and eye-catching. Blooms summer to frost. Just 4 to 6 in. tall. Annual. Sun/Part Sun. 130 mg. Liilly Miller. Regular $1.69 Our price $0.84 LOVE-IN-A-MIST Persian Jewels, Mixed Colors #3805 Pkt. Annual. After the jewel colored, Bachelor Button-like flowers fade away, horned seedpods appear. Use the delicate, purple-striped pods in dried arrangements for an airy effect. Easy to grow plants bloom and form seedpods late in spring. 18-24 in. tall. 100mg. Lilly Miller. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 LUPINE, Russell Hybrid Mixed Colors #1075 Wonderful old-fashioned perennial bears very large, showy spikes covered with unusual pea-like florets, some with contrasting colors. Plants have attractive, handprintshaped blue-green leaves. Sturdy stems. Blooms June-July. Prefer cool summers. A stately 3 ft. tall. (Lupinus hybrids) 1g packet. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89

MAIDEN PINKS Brilliancy #1077 Pkt Perennial. Low growing plants are covered with small, single, red, pink, or rose blooms in spring. Very pretty for borders. 6-12 in. tall. Full sun. 100mg. $1.79 Our price $0.89 MARIGOLD Crackerjack, Mixed Colors #1079 Pkt. Half hardy Annual. A blend of orange, gold, yellow, and primrose. Huge flowers with gracefully overlapping petals bloom from midsummer to the first frost. 3 feet tall. 400 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 MARIGOLD, Petite Mixed Colors #1083 Pkt. Annual.Early, all-double blooms in gold, orange, mahogany and orange bicolor, and other bright colors. Easy to grow, rewarding summer til frost. Excellent for edgings, containers and mini-bouquets. Just 6 in. tall. 400 mg. (Dwarf French) Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 MARIGOLD Petite Yellow #1085 Pkt. Annual. Cheery yellow crested double flowers appear in profusion summer to fall. Pretty for small bouquets or garden. 6 in. tall. 400 mg. (Dwarf French) Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 MOONFLOWER White Evening Glory #1090 Pkt One of Grandma‟s garden gems, and one of the most romantic! For the moon garden, post or fence. Watch as the glowing, huge white trumpets open, scintillate in the dark, and spread their delicious, delicate perfume in the night air. Vigorous. Blooms best in poor, dry soil. 12-18 ft. vines. (Ipomoea noctiflora) Annual Vine. Sun. 2.00 g. $1.99 Our price $0.99 MORNING GLORY Heavenly Blue #1093 Pkt Half Hardy Annual. The most popular Morning Glory. Huge, gorgeous sky blue flowers with a creamy throat bloom profusely on lush vines. Particularly effective when combined with Crimson Rambler. Grows to 12 feet. 1.50g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 MORNING GLORY Giant Mixed Colors #1094 Pkt Lovely array of crimson, blue, pink and white trumpets greet the morning. 10 ft. vines. 1.5 g. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 MORNING GLORY Dwarf Mixed Colors #1898 Pkt Annual. This dwarf mixture contains colors of sky-blue, dark-blue, rose-pink, carmine-red, and white with contrasting white and yellow centers. The spreading flower has blooms 1-2 inches in diameter. It is excellent for border fronts or used as ground cover. Grows just 12-15 in. tall. 1.00g. $1.99 Our price $0.99 MORNING GLORY Milky Way #1901 Pkt. Half hardy Annual. A climbing vine with delicate blooms up to 3 inches across. Th heart shaped leaves have white, funnel-shaped flowers with carmine-dose specks. The flower resembles a star. They open each morning, and close by midday. 1.00g. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 Moss Rose Portulaca Double Mixed Colors #1095 Pkt. Annual. Old favorite sun-lover really perks up a hot, dry flower bed or the edges of a walk. Ruffled, rose-like blooms in a vivid assortment of rose, crimson, yellow, salmon and white delight the eye when the sun shines. Mat-like plants just 4-6 in. tall. (Portulaca grandiflora) Sun. 300mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 NASTURTIUM Jewel Mixed Colors #1099 Pkt. Annual. If you can‟t decide which color you want, try a handful of jewel tones in a sunny place. Semi-double ruffled blooms are fragrant, in various tones of yellow orange, scarlet, mahogany, ruby and cherry rose. Lovely! Ht. 12 in. 3.6 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 NASTURTIUM Moon Gleam #1817 Pkt. Annual. Bright, fragrant flowers carried on long, sturdy stems are extremely effective for mass plantings. Blooms profusely all summer. Ht. 15 in. 3.6 g. Regular $1.89 Our price $0.99 ORNAMENTAL GRASS Festuca Glauca Blue #1903 Pkt. Perennial. This fine, low growing grass has narrow, soft, but tough leaves. They form blue gray bunches that are perfect as a border plants, or in a rock garden.12-15 in. tall. 50 mg. $1.99 Our price $0.99 ORNAMENTAL GRASS Pampas Grass #1905 Pkt. Perennial. This large, landscape accent can reach up to 20 feet in height when established. Each plant is a fountain of saw-toothed, grassy leaves which, in late summer, are crowned with a feathery, silver plume. It is fast growing in rich soils. Grows 12-20 feet. 60 mg. $1.99 Our price $0.99

PANSY Swiss Giants Mixed Colors #1105 Pkt. Annual. Big, dazzling blooms like smiling faces up to 3 inches across are fun to grow from seed, and much more economical than buying plants. Fragrant flowers in blue, violet, purple, mahogany and yellow combinations are excellent for petite bouquets, edging or pots. Start in spring or fall. 6 in. tall. 200 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 PANSY Giant Yellow #1380 Pkt. Annual. In mild winter areas, pansies provide a splash of winter and spring color. In colder climates, enjoy their big 2 to 3 inch blossoms spring through summer. This bright yellow pansy with its striking dark “face” is at home in borders, beds, and containers, or between spring flowering bulbs. 6-8 in. tall. 100 mg. Lilly Miller. Regular $1.79 Our price $.89 PANSY Blotch Hybrid, Mixed Colors #1982 Pkt. Another stunning pansy to add to your garden! With this combination of vibrant colors, Blotch Hybrid will become your favorite. In deep shades of burgundy, purple, yellow and white, these blooms will create a splash of color in your flowerbed, or container garden. Enjoy the blooms form early spring through summer. Grows 6 inches tall. 30 pelleted seeds per packet. Full sun to partial shade. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 PANSY Giant Blue #2918 Pkt. Annual. In mild winter areas, pansies provide a splash of winter and spring color. In colder climates, enjoy their big 2 to 3 inch blossoms spring through summer. This deep blue pansy with its striking dark “face” is at home in borders, beds, and containers, or between spring flowering bulbs. 68 in. tall. 100mg. Lilly Miller. Regular $1.79 Our price $.89 PANSY Tidal Wave Mix #2920 Pkt. Annual. The combination of three flower colors- violet, blue, true blue, and white with blue blotches- creates the appearance of a cresting wave flecked with white foam. Dramatic when planted in mass displays in beds and borders. 6 in. tall. 50 mg. Lilly Miller. Regular $1.79 Our price $.84 PENSTEMON, Hybrid, Mixed Colors #1410 Pkt (Perennial) Hummingbirds love the brilliantly colored trumpet shaped flowers on this Native North America flower. Tall, upright stems are covered in summer with flowers of pink, red, lavender and white. Attractive next to other summer bloomers in beds and borders. A good cut flowers, too. 2-3 feet tall. 300 mg. Lilly Miller Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 PETUNIA Dwarf Bedding Mixed Colors #1117 Pkt A cheery combination of colors to pretty up a sunny area midsummer to frost, in shades of rose, purple, blue, red and white. Medium sized blooms, compact plants. 12-15 in. tall. 90 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 PETUNIA Purple Wave Hybrid #1974 Pkt. Annual. All American Selection Winner! This petunia is more tolerant of severe weather than most other petunias. Purple Wave has magenta blooms on attractive plants, reaching 4 inches tall. They are a perfect ground cover, making a spread of up to 4 feet. 15 pelleted seeds. Regular $2.99 Our price $1.49 PETUNIA Easy Wave Beachcomber Hybrid, Mixed Colors #1983 Pkt. Annual. For an early petunia, Beachcomber is the choice! In shades of blue, coral reef and shell pink, the blooms are about 2.5 inches across, and have a spread of 2.5 to 3 feet. Easy wave is a flower filled plant, that is ideal for landscapes and garden beds, as well as baskets and containers. Grows 15-18 inches tall. Full sun. 15 pelleted seeds. Regular $2.99 Our price $1.49 PETUNIA Fire Chief #3825 Pkt. Annual. When you grow flowers this big and red, hummingbirds will be zipping through your petunia patch all summer. Grow this spectacular petunia in borders, beds, and containers for color from early summer to frost. Flowers are single. 12-18 in. tall. 40 mg. Lilly Miller. Regular $1.59 Our price $.79 PETUNIA New Hybrid #3835 Pkt. Annual. Blooming in shades of rose, salmon, scarlet, white and violet, this hybrid petunia brings loads of color to beds, borders and containers. Vigorous plants adapt well to nearly every climate and soil type. Flowers are single. Blooms from early summer to frost. 12-18 in. tall. 100 mg. Lilly Miller. Regular $1.59 Our price $.79 PETUNIA Viola Blue #3845 Pkt. Annual. Paint your flowerbeds with a deep purplish-blue hue when you grow this regal petunia. Excellent for beds, mass plantings, and containers. Blooms early summer to frost. Flowers are single. 12-18 in. tall. 40 mg. Lilly Miller. Regular $1.59 Our price $.79

PHLOX Dwarf Mixed Colors #1119 Heirloom variety. Pkt. Hardy Annual Elegant cluster of single blooms feature a variety of rich, subtle colors ranging from scarlet through rose, violet and cream to white. Full size blossoms grace low-growing, compact plants with their successive shows of beauty. Grows 10 in. tall. 375 mg Regular $2.39 Our price $1.19 CALIFORNIA POPPY Extra Golden #1025 Pkt This western native thrives in dry heat. The less attention it gets, the happier it is. Sound good? Lacy blue-green leaves produce a wealth of single, golden-orange, cheerful blooms. Good as a naturalized planting. California state flower. 12-18 in. tall. (Eschscholtzia californica) 750 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 POPPY, Z-Scape #1124 Annual, Pkt. Silky, saucer-shaped 3 inch blossoms of bright orange on slender, erect stems above feathery foliage. Drought resistant and sturdy. Addds a touch of colot in dry areas. 18 in. tall. 145 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 POPPY, Iceland Mixed Colors #1125 Pkt Short-lived bloom, but so lovely! Crinkled silk petals in gorgeous hues are your reward, and the flowers are excellent for bouquets. When you cut the blooms on their long, slender stems, plunge the ends into boiling water to help make the blooms last longer. This late spring bloomer presents you with luscious shades of cream, coral, salmon pink, rose, lemon and deep orange. (Papaver nudicaule) 2 ft. tall. 210 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 POPPY, Oriental Red #1127 Pkt Glowing coals of color in late spring -- nothing compares! Centered with a blue-black eye, each flower with its crinkled silk petals of fiery scarlet red are just fascinating! Grow a clump of these poppies, and your grandchildren will thank you! If you cut the blooms on their long, wiry stems, plunge the ends into boiling water to help make the blooms last longer. (Papaver orientale) 30 in. tall. 225 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 POPPY Shirley Double Flowered Mixed Colors #1128 Pkt. Hardy Annual. Large, attractive, crinkled, silklike double blossoms are charming in white and bright shades of scarlet and pink. Blooms over a long season in spring. Full sun. 24 in. tall. 200 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 POPPY Oriental OrangeScarlet #1697 Pkt. Perennial. A touch of exotic in the gardens. The brilliance of huge, silky petaled flowers makes a gorgeous splash of color in the garden. 30 in. tall. 140 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 PRIMROSE, Showy Evening #1129 Pkt Perennial. Showy soft pink single flowers appear late in spring to mid summer. Drought tolerant. 8-14 in. tall. 150mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 PRIMROSE, Sundrops #1130 Perennial, Pkt. Native to the midwestern United States, from Nebraska south to Texas, but adaptable to other states. Fragrant 4 to 6 inch yellow blossoms flower throughout the summer. Drought tolerant. 8124in. tall. 00 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 RED HOT POKER, Tritoma #1134 Pkt Perennial. Red “poker like” flower clusters. Commonly called “Torch Lily”. Plants grow in large clumps with dagger-like leaves. Unusual shaped flower heads of orange, red and yellow are quite exotic looking in the summer garden. 24-28 in. tall. 120 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 ROCK CRESS Pastel Shades #1135 Perennial. Spreads and forms a loose mat with succulent green leaves and prolific red to lilac flowers in spring. Plants bloom profusely the second year. 6-8 in. tall. 60mg packet. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 SALVIA Blue Bedder #1133 Pkt. Perennial. Good blue in an interesting spiky form is always welcome in the garden, and this one will really please you. Lots of flower spikes are borne on bushy plants with neat graygreen leaves. So enjoy in fresh bouquets, or bunch and dry for winter decoration. Plants love a sunny, open spot. Prefer watering during dry seasons. 36-48 in. tall. (Salvia azurea) Perennial, Zones 4-7. Sun. 125 mg Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 SNAPDRAGON Magic Carpet Mixed Colors #1142 Pkt. Hardy Annual. Beautiful plants that reach only ankle high in a wide range of intense colors. Spikes are short and numerous and so tightly packed with brilliant blossoms that you can hardly see the foliage. Will survive all but extreme cold. 6-8 in. tall. 100 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89

SNAPDRAGON, First Ladies Mixed Colors #1143 Pkt. Half hardy Annual. Stately spikes are tightly packed with large blossoms in a wide range of intense colors of white, yellow, purple, crimson, bronze and pink. Strong stems withstand wind and rain. Excellent early summer flower. 18 in tall. 150 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 STATICE Mixed Colors #1148 Pkt Wonderful everlasting, so easy to dry, and keeps its color well in winter bouquets. Plant early in spring for bloom first year. Airy sprays in strong yellow, rose, lavender, blue and white make an interesting garden accent, too. 2 ft. tall. 210 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 STOCK Evening Scented #4035 Pkt. Slender and inconspicuous during the day. Evening Scented Stock is the center of attention when the sun goes down. That‟s when it‟s small purple and white flowers open, filling the air with a lovely, intense fragrance. Plant with scentless flowers for a fragrant flowerbed. Blooms early summer to hard frost. 12-18 in. tall. 500mg. Lilly Miller. Regular $1.69 Our price $0.84 STOCK Giant Imperial #4045 Pkt. Stocks are famous for fragrance, grace and pizzazz, and this tall variety with its big, sturdy spikes of purple, rose, crimson, yellow and white florets is no exception. Blooms form on multiple branches. One of the best cut flowers. Blooms early summer to hard frost. 24-30 in. tall. 500mg. Lilly Miller. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 SUNFLOWER Summer Sun #1154 Pkt Perennial.Warm, orange single to semi-double flowers with overlapping petals. Easy to grow. 36-72 in. tall. 150 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 SUNFLOWER Double Sungold #1156 Pkt. Annual. Unusual! Rounded, extra-double, fuzzy-looking golden flowers are very interesting, very attractive, large, with green centers. 6 ft. tall. 1.6 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 SUNFLOWER Mammoth #1157 Pkt. Annual. Fun for kids! Each stately plant produces one huge flower up to 12 inches across. Big dark-brown eye is surrounded by golden petals. As flower fades, seeds mature. If you want them for snacks, you‟ll have to fend off the birds. Otherwise just let the winged harvesters have a go. 7-12 ft. tall. 7 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 SUNFLOWER, Autumn Beauty Mixed Colors #1498 Pkt. Annual. Not all sunflowers are golden--this one includes rust, orange and bicolor blooms, very attractive in garden and for bouquets. 4-6". 1.2 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 SUNFLOWER, Evening Sun #1501 Annual, Pkt. Annual. Showy! Glowing assortment of sunset colors, with a high percentage of red and mahogany shades. Velvety petals make the colors more intense. 6 ft. 1.5 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 SUNFLOWER Red Sun #1569 Pkt. Annual. These wonderful, vivid crimson red blooms add a bright color to your sunflower garden. Easy to grow. Grows 5 feet tall. 1.00g. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 SUNFLOWER Mooonshine #1570 Pkt. Annual. Blooms are a fashionable lemon yellow color that is unique. Plant with other varieties to provide an array of colors. Easy to grow. Grows 4 feet tall. 700mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 SUNFLOWER Ebony & Gold #1595 Pkt. Annual Plants produce several flowers that have a uniform, very black center within a crown of deep golden ray petals. Creates a “romantic” sunflower look. Easy to grow. 1.0 g. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 SUNFLOWER Lemon Queen #1598 Pkt. Annual This well-branched sunflower produces 10 inch lemon yellow flowers by mid summer. Heads have dark centers and semi-double petals. To extend the blooming season, keep cutting the flowers after they have matured. Easy to grow. 1.0 g. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 SUNFLOWER Skyscraper #1599 Pkt. Annual. Bright yellow flowers grow to 14 inches or better with strong stalks. Skyscraper will be the talk of the garden and amaze everyone. Use the seed for a delicious jumbo size treat. Heat and drought tolerant. Easy to grow.. Grows 12 feet tall. 3.0 g. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99

SUNFLOWER, Teddy Bear #1600 Pkt. Annual. Cute as a little bear. Plants are only 2 feet tall, but produce 8 inch extra double flowers. Irresistible and just the height for kids to enjoy. Fits well in any garden. Easy to grow. 1.5g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 SUNFLOWER Velvet Queen #1602 Pkt. Annual Produces 8 to 10 inch velvety crimson blossoms. The ark blossoms are perfect for cut flowers. Cut the flowers after they have matured to extend the blooming season. Easy to grow. 1.0 g. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 SUNFLOWER Moulin Rouge Hybrid #4119 Pkt. Annual. This attractive sunflower has blooms 4-5 inches across. They are an excellent red with dark disc-like centers that are ideal for borders, and may be used as cut flowers. These red blooms add a bright color to your sunflower garden. Grows 5 feet tall. 825mg. Lilly Miller Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 SUNFLOWER American Giant Hybrid #1950 Pkt. Annual. If you are looking for the biggest and tallest sunflower, you have found it. Reaching up to 16 feet, these 10 inch blooms make perfect competition flowers. The GIGANTIC blooms are supported on sturdy stocks with large leaves. Grows up to 16 feet tall. 1.00g. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 Sunflower, Mexican Tithonia #4285 Annual. This award-winning Mexican sunflower produces fiery orange, three inch flowers that look more like daisies than typical sunflowers. Plant a row in the back of the flowerbed, or wherever you need an attractive four foot tall screen. Attracts butterflies. Blooms summer to frost. 750mg. packet. Lilly Miller. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 Sunflower, Sutton’s Primrose Perfection #3518 Heirloom Variety, Annual, Pkt. Primrose Perfection has 34 inch blooms all summer long. The flower heads are a creamy-yellow color, which contrasts well with the dark centers. Each slightly branched flower will produce 3-5 blooms, and is most useful to gardeners by attracting birds and other wildlife. 2.25g. Regular $2.39 Our price $1.19 SWEET PEA, Early Flowering Mixed Colors #1158 Pkt. Annual. Heavenly fragrance, old-fashioned charm! For early bloom in cool weather. Long vines produce large blooms in gorgeous bright red, pink, blue, violet, coral, cream and white. 5 ft. tall. 3 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 SWEET PEA, Jet Set Mixed Colors Knee Hi #1159 Pkt. Annual. Gone is the work of staking Sweet Peas. Knee-hi plants bush out into low spreading mounds of fragrant blossoms that need little or no support. Wide color range includes a dozen or more dramatic dark hues and serene pastels. Grows 24-30 in. tall. 2.25 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 SWEET PEA, Royal Famly, Mixed Colors #1161 Pkt. Annual. Large fragrant blossoms of Royal Sweet Peas will charm you in a range of dazzling colors of white, pink, red, and maroon. Showy blooms flower freely on annual vines. Spring blooming, floribunda type. Thrives in cool weather. Grows up to six feet tall. 3. g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 SWEET PEA, Cupid #1975 Annual. A Sweet Pea that is stunning in hanging baskets and containers. These neat, compact plants, reaching only eight inches, are covered with small pink and white bicolor flowers, having the sweetest fragrances. To achieve breath taking fragrances, and a beautiful landscape, plant Cupid. 1.0 g. packet. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 SWEET WILLIAM Double Dwarf Mixed Colors #3524 Heirloom Variety, Biennial, Pkt Clusters of fragrant blossoms cover compact plants in a mass of contrasting colors, ranging from white through shades of pink, crimson, scarlet and purple. Height 7 inches. 750 mg. Regular $2.39 Our price $1.19 TEXAS BLUEBONNET #1164 Pkt. Annual. One of the prettiest native wildflowers! Short spikes of deep blue flowers tinged with white are very showy above lacy leaves. Will grow just about anywhere, despite its name. The state flower of Texas. 12 in. tall. (Lupinus texensis) Full sun. 1.75 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 TIDY TIPS #4280 Annual. Here‟s a native California wildflower, that‟s fast growing and undemanding. It‟s great for naturalizing banks and roadsides, and looks cheerful in flowerbeds. Daisy-like two inch flowers have bright yellow petals with white tips. Blooms in spring. 750mg. packet. Lilly Miller. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79

VERBENA, Florist, Mixed Colors #1165 Pkt. Annual. Clusters of dainty blossoms with a long blooming season, make this a charming, old-fashioned flower. Showy blooms, ranging from deep violet through lavender, red, pink, cream, and white. Flowers freely on spreading, compact plants. 450 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 VINCA Tall Mixed Colors #1111 Pkt Taller than other vinca listed here, but just as fresh and clean looking in heat. Mixture of soft colors. 12-15 in. tall. 200 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 VIOLA Cornuta Mixed Colors #1168 Pkt There‟s renewed interest in old-fashioned garden charmers, and Viola is one of the "stars". Small plants produce a wealth of dainty, clear-faced, fragrant blooms in jewel-like shades; yellow, apricot, blue, scarlet, white and violet. Viola is generally more winter-hardy than the largerflowered pansy. Wonderful by-the-door flower, or grow in containers. (Viola cornuta) Just 6 inches tall. 150 mg. $1.79 Our price $0.89 WILDFLOWER Birds and Butterlies Mixture #1942 Pkt, Annuals and perennials. A delightful mixture of wildflowers which will attract birds and butterflies. Carefully selected and designed to produce a spectrum of color and naturalized beauty throughout all of the growing season. The annuals will bloom the first year. The perennials will generally bloom the second year. This packet will plant approximately 27 square feet. 2.0 g. Regular $2.59 Our price $1.29 WILDFLOWER Ferry’s Partial Shade Mixture #1943 Pkt, Annuals and perennials. A delightful mixture of wildflowers for areas with partial shade. Carefully selected and designed to produce a spectrum of color and naturalized beauty throughout all of the growing season. The annuals will bloom the first year. The perennials will generally bloom the second year. This packet will plant approximately 48 square feet. 2.8 g. Regular $2.59 Our price $1.29 WILDFLOWER Fun ‘N Easy Mixture #1944 Pkt, Annuals and perennials. A delightful mixture of easy to maintain wildflowers. Carefully selected and designed to produce a spectrum of color and naturalized beauty throughout all of the growing season. The annuals will bloom the first year. The perennials will generally bloom the second year. This packet will plant approximately 35 square feet. 2.0 g. Regular $2.59 Our price $1.29 WILDFLOWER Nature’s Rainbow Mixture #1945 Pkt, Annuals and perennials. A delightful mixture wildflowers. Carefully selected and designed to produce a spectrum of color and naturalized beauty throughout all of the growing season. The annuals will bloom the first year. The perennials will generally bloom the second year. This packet will plant approximately 25 square feet. 2.0 g. Regular $2.59 Our price $1.29 WILDFLOWER Sunny Meadow Mixture #1947 Pkt, Annuals and perennials. A delightful of mixture wildflowers. Carefully selected and designed to produce a spectrum of color and naturalized beauty throughout all of the growing season. The annuals will bloom the first year. The perennials will generally bloom the second year. This packet will plant approximately 35 square feet. 2.0 g. Regular $2.59 Our price $1.29 ZINNIA Giant Cactus Mixed Colors #1169 Pkt Brilliant quilled, gracefully curved petals make a very showy flower! Large double blooms summer to frost in many colors are excellent for bouquets, long-lasting, too. 2-3 ft. tall. 800 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 ZINNIA, Giant, Enchantress #1171 Pkt. Half Hardy Annual. Magnificent, large, dahlia-flowered blossoms in a rich enchanting pink color on strong, tall plants. Blooms freely from midsummer until frost. Easy to grow. 600 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 ZINNIA, Giant, Lavender Gem #1172 Pkt. Half Hardy Annual. Magnificent, large, dahlia-flowered blossoms in a rich lavender hue grow on strong, tall plants. Blooms freely from midsummer until frost. Easy to grow. 700 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 ZINNIA Giant Double Mixed Colors #1173 Pkt Rainbow of colors and rounded, double, dahlia-flowered blooms make a lovely display for gardens or bouquets. 30 in. 700 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89

ZINNIA Giant, Purity #1174 Half Hardy Annual. Magnificent, large, dahlia-flowered blossoms in pure white on strong, tall plants. Blooms freely from midsummer until frost. Easy to grow. 700 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 ZINNIA Scarlet Flame Giant Double #1175 Brilliant scarlet red. 30 in. 700mg packet. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 ZINNIA, Giant, Violet Queen #1177 Pkt. Half Hardy Annual. Magnificent, large, dahlia-flowered blossoms in a rich purple hue on strong, tall plants. Blooms freely from midsummer until frost. Easy to grow. 700 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 ZINNIA Lilliput Mixed Colors #1178 Pkt Like the little people in Gulliver‟s Travels, these blooms are small and very numerous. Cut them freely -- you‟ll just have more. Pompons of orange, purple, red, rose, yellow and white. Upright plants 16-18 in. tall. 700 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 ZINNIA, Envy #1179 Pkt. Half Hardy Annual. A green Zinnia! Unique chartreuse-green blossoms create surprise in the garden and flower arrangements. Showy , 3 to 4 inches blooms are borne on stately plants that flower freely from midsummer until frost. 700 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 ZINNIA State Fair, Giant Mixed Colors #1181 Half hardy Annual. Huge 4 to 6 inch blooms in a blend of radiant colors. A wide range of luminous shades, many not available in any other variety. Developed through a revolutionary breeding process, which produces extremely vigorous plants. 600mg. packet. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 ZINNIA Thumbelina Mixed Colors. #1182 Pkt (AAS) Petite and charming plants are covered all summer to frost with small, pert, button-size blooms about the size of a fifty-cent piece. Very pretty for edging a sunny border or walk. Just 6 in. tall. 300 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 ZINNIA, Whirligig #1582 Pkt. Annual. A whirl of cheerful color! Each bloom is made up of red/yellow or pink/cream. Great for bouquets. Flowers are 3 to 4 inches across. 400 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99

VEGETABLE SEEDS- Ferry Morse

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Artichoke Emerald #1800 Pkt Produces a thornless, glossy, buttery flavored artichoke for home gardeners that can also be sued in landscaping. Heads are globe in shape, achieve a large size, and have a wonderful eating quality. Produces quality artichokes over a longer period. Can be used in a variety of recipes. 430 mg. $1.99 Our price $0.99 Asparagus Bean (Yard Long) #1439 Pkt Produces long, slender green pods which are sweet, tender, and perfect for snap bean use. Great in Stir Fry uses. Plants approx. 9 feet of row. 6 g . $1.79 Our price $0.89

BEAN Blue Lake 274 #1424 Pkt (Green Bush Bean) Excellent flavor, and a favorite everywhere! Vigorous plants produce lots of 6 to 7 inch pods. Disease tolerance. 55 days. 28 G. 14 ft. row. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 BEAN Contender #1427 Pkt (Green Bush Bean) Early bean, for gardeners who can‟t wait for delicious taste. Abundant stringless pods best at 5 to 6 in. Disease tolerant. 55 days. 28 g. 10 ft. row. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 BEAN Derby #1428 Pkt (Green Bush Bean) This All-American selection has capacity to produce new pods throughout the growing season. Stringless pods are very long and straight, most tender when 5 to 6 inches long. Disease resistant. 28 g. packet plants about a 16 ft. row. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 BEAN Tendergreen Improved #1430 Pkt (Green Bush Bean) Old favorite, dependable producer for a long picking season. Tender, smooth pods. Disease tolerant plants. 52 days. 15 ft. row. 28 g. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79

BEAN White, Half Runner #1431 Pkt. Distinctively sweet, rich flavor! Popular as both green beans and as dried beans. The pods, about four inches long, are not stringless. Vines are very short runners, but do not tend to be staked or strung. 60 days. 25 ft. row. 28 g. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 BEAN Blue Lake Stringless Primepak Pole #1432 Pkt (Green Pole Bean) Fleshy, tender, stringless pods to 5 1/2" have mild flavor and make excellent snap beans. Or let mature pods dry on the vine for shell beans. High in Vitamins A, B, and C. 62 days to picking. Plants about 28 ft. row. 28 g. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 BEAN Kentucky Wonder Pole #1433 Pkt (Green Pole Bean) One of the most popular pole beans for home gardens. Very productive with fleshy, medium green pods. These distinctly flavored, tender beans are best when pods are 6 inches long. A rust resistant variety. This packet will plant approximately a 24 foot row. 28 g. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 BEAN, Lima Fordhook Bush #242 #1434 Pkt. An All-America Selection! The plump pods, about 4 inches long, are very easy to shell. Superior flavor. Perfect for tender shell beans and for dried beans. High in vitamins A, B, and C. This packet will plant approximately a 4 foot row. 28 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 BEAN Kentucky Blue #1479 Pkt (AAS) (Pole Bean) Early pole bean is a cross between Blue Lake and Kentucky Wonder, and some consider the best of both. Tasty snap bean is tender, disease tolerant. Needs support, but bears a long time. 60 days. 28 ft. row. 28 g. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 BEAN Henderson’s #1789 Pkt. (Baby Lima) One of the most widely used Lima Beans! Very productive. Beans are buttery-tender with appetizing flavor. Flat pods are about 3 in. long. Excellent for shell beans and dried beans. 28 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 BEAN Royal Burgundy #242 #1802 Pkt. A superior stringless, round, purple pod bush variety. Pods are smoother and straighter than similar types, and the bush habit is more erect which makes it easier to pick. Pods turn green when cooked. Exceptional flavor. This packet will plant approximately a 25 foot row. 28g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 BEAN, Roma II (Romano Bush) #1963 Pkt This Italian-type bean is heavily productive and may be used as a shell or a snap bean. The 5 ½ inch, light green pods, are straight, broad, and flat. These beans may be used fresh or preserved by canning or freezing. 28 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 BEAN, Top Notch Golden Wax #1915 Pkt Produces lots of bright yellow 5 to 5 ½ inch pods. The robust plants will produce a bountiful like yield. Beautiful in three bean salads. This packet will plant approximately an 18 foot row. 28 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 BEAN, Black Valentine Bush (Heirloom Variety) #3748 Pkt “Black Valentine” is stringless at all stages, and has round pods that average 16-18 inches in length. The straight, slender pods are dark green and are good for early planting. This is a very old heirloom bean. 48-70 days to harvest. 28 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 BEAN, Top Crop Bush (Heirloom Variety) #3749 Pkt All America Sleection winner in 1950!!! These strong, upright, dark green plants have straight, stroingless pods about 6-7 inches long. “Top Crop” has produced heavy yields for years, and would a benefit to any home garden. 45-53 days to harvest. 28 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 BEET Morse’s Detroit Dark Red #1230 Pkt An oldie but goodie! Introduced by Ferry-Morse years ago but still a favorite. Deep dark red, globe-shaped roots have sweet, tender flesh. Excellent fresh or for pickling and canning. 5.32 g. Plants about 24 ft. row. About 60 days to harvesting. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 BEET Early Wonder Tall Top #1231 Pkt Grow this one for roots as well as greens. Deep purple-red beet roots are globe-shaped with excellent flavor for all your favorite recipes. The tops make a high-vitamin vegetable as well, with their red midribs and deep green color. 4.25 g. plants about 24 ft. About 60 days to harvesting. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 BEET Cylindra #1917 Pkt When you want uniformly sized slices for canning and pickling, Cylindra is the perfect beet. This 8 inch long cylindrical beet grows to 1 ½ inches across in just 60 days. Roots are dark red and sweet. 4.50 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89

BOK CHOY #7210 Pkt. Crunchy chunks of Bok Choi are the foundation of great stir-fries. This non-heading Chinese cabbage is prized for it‟s long, thick stalked leaves. A fast grower in cool weather, it‟s ready for harvest in just 45 days from planting. Enjoy the crisp, mild stalks raw or quickly cooked. 1.85 g. Lilly Miller. $1.59 Our price $0.79 BROCCOLI DeCicco #1233 Pkt Grows big center heads, as well as lots of smaller side shoots. Tasty and productive. Late maturity. 1.2 g. plants about 100 ft. About 90 days to picking. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 BROCCOLI Barbados Hybrid #2029 Deep blue-green heads are bursting with flavor and vitamins! Midearly plants grow and produce well, even in warmer areas. Shows tolerance to mildew. Plants about a 14 foot row. 125mg. packet. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 BROCCOLI Waltham 29 #7110 Pkt This classic variety remains popular because of its flavor and its attractive, compact heads. Best of all, it keeps on producing side shoots for several weeks after the central head has beencut.Great fresh or frozen. 1.2 g. Lilly Miller. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 BRUSSELS SPROUTS Catskill #1237 Pkt Even if kids don‟t like to eat them, Brussels sprouts are fascinating for kids to grow. Tiny cabbages form along the main stalk, and continue to produce until hard frost kills the plants. Luscious small and tender sprouts, 1 to 2 in. across, are numerous and easy to pick. Pick from the bottom up. 1.4 g. produces at least 50 plants. About 90 days to picking. (Brassica oleracea) Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 BRUSSELS SPROUTS Dwarf Improved #7121 Pkt You‟ll start picking the small, firm heads of this popular Brussels sprouts after the first fall frost. And, the harvest will continue for weeks as the sprouts ripen from the bottom of the stalk upward. The flavor is mild, with a nice nuttiness. 1.3 g. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 CABBAGE Copenhagen Market Early #1239 Pkt (Early) Earlier than most cabbages, and just the right size for family eating. The 2 to 3 lb. heads are solid, round, sweet and crisp. Fine for fresh use, sauerkraut, and storing. 1 g. plants about 60 ft. About 66 days to picking. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 CABBAGE Ferry’s Round Dutch #1241 Pkt (Midseason) Excellent for cool-season areas. Large, compact heads weigh 3 to 5 lbs. each. Fine for fresh use, sauerkraut and storing. 1 g. plants about 60 ft. About 71 days to picking. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 CHINESE CABBAGE Michihli #2034 Pkt This Ferry Morse development is very sure-headed! Tall, stalky plants have a crisp, sweet taste. Very easy to grow. Delicious when served fresh like lettuce, or when steamed or stir-fried. 2.3 g. Plants about 72 ft. About 70 days to picking. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 CANTALOUPE Hale’s Best Jumbo #1245 Pkt Big, beautiful, fragrant melons have delicious, thick, sweet, salmon-orange flesh which simply melts in the mouth. Grows to about 6 in. across. 3 g. plants about 15 hills. About 86 days to picking. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 CANTALOUPE Sierra Gold #1248 Pkt Six inch diameter melons with very small seed cavity, ideal for serving in halves. Sweet and juicy with golden flesh. High in vitamins A,B, and C. Plants are resistant to powdery mildew. 2.5 g. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 CANTALOUPE Gourmet Hybrid #2131 Pkt For a cantaloupe that will amaze you with irs taste, texture, sweetness and aroma, choose “Gourmet”. It has a distinctive netting over green and orange skin and creamy white flesh. This melon grows about 6”x7”, and is best when picked at 3 to 4 pounds. One of the sweetest and most delicious cantaloupes available! 500 mg. Regular $2.59 Our price $1.29 CANTALOUPE Sweet ‘n Early #7243 Pkt Plant Sweet „n Early and claim the trophy for the first ripe cantaloupe in your neighbor hood. This outstanding hybrid is sweet, juicy and ready to pick in just 75 days from planting. Exceptionally prolific plants bear up to 8 melons each. 400 mg. Lilly MIller $1.89 Our price $0.94 CARROT Danvers 126 #1253 Pkt Thick and tapered 8-inch orange roots are firm, crisp and tasty, and grow well in a variety of soils. Strong tops help you pull the carrots easily. 2.0 g. plants about 33 ft. About 75 days to harvesting. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79

CARROT Long Imperator 58 #1254 Pkt Long and thin tapered roots are firm, crisp, bright orange, and sweet. Needs a light, deep, sandy soil for best results. 2.0 g. plants about 40 ft. About 77 days to harvesting. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 CARROT Red Cored Chantenay 7317B. #1255 Pkt This is the one for clay soil! Distinctively-shaped, 5-inch cone-shaped roots have wide shoulders which taper to a blunt end. Excellent for many types of soils, even heavy ones, since the short, thick roots usually don‟t "fork". 2.0 g. plants about 33 ft. About 70 days to harvesting. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 CARROT Nutri-Red #1805 Pkt Nutri-Red is a purplish-red carrot that is high in Lyopene. Lyopene is a precursor to beta-carotene, and is a compound that has been associated with reduced incidence of cancer. Produces carrots up to 9 inches long, with crispy, roots that taste wonderful cooked, and adds color and gourmet appeal to vegetable dishes and stews. This carrot is for cooking. When cooked, there is a transformation of texture, color and taste. 500 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 CARROT Torro Hybrid (Nantes type) #1984 Pkt For a sweet and crisp carrot, choose Torro Hybrid. This Nantes type has a blunt, medium size, cylindrical root, which measures up to 8.5 inches long. The tops are very sturdy for easy harvest. These are delicious when steamed, used as dipping sticks, or in salads. 150mg. About 65-70 days to harvest. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89

CARROT, Little Finger #7261 Pkt. For snacks, pickling, or steaming whole for a gourmet meal, Little Finger is unmatched. Ready to harvest when just 3 to 4 inches long. You‟re sure to enjoy the exceptional sweetness and tenderness of this slender carrot. It‟s ideal for container gardening, too. 2 g. Lilly Miller. $1.69 Our price $0.84 CAULIFLOWER Early Snowball A #1259 Pkt (Brassica oleracea) This favorite early cauliflower will provide a sure crop. Large, pure white heads are firm and crisp, with that delicate flavor we love for relish trays. Also fine cooked or frozen. 540 mg. plants about 100 ft. About 55 days to picking. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 CAULIFLOWER Brocoverde #1807 Pkt. Brocoverde is not a typical cauliflower, as the heads are green rather than white. A good source of minerals and vitamins, especially C, folic acid, potassium, and bioflavonoids. The heads are low in calories,and high in fiber. Flavor is assweet and mild as the best white cauliflower. 200 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 CELERY Tall Utah #5270R, Improved #1262 Pkt The most popular green celery. The same string-free variety found in food markets. Produces broad, thick stalks, with a rich, nutty flavor. Cool weather vegetable. This packet will produce more than 80 plants. 450 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 ORNAMENTAL CORN Indian Mixed Colors #3637 Heirloom Variety Pkt. For decorating only! This ornamental corn is popular for home decorations. Large ears studded with jewel-like multi-colored kernels of orange, dark red, yellow, white, blue and purple. Endless patterns and variations. 30 g. $2.39 Our price $1.19 ORNAMENTAL CORN Indian Blue Hopi #3640 Heirloom Variety Pkt. Hopi Blue Indian Corn is currently being grown for blue tortilla corn chips. This variety is and original American variety. With the new popularity of today‟s health conscious environment. Blue Indina Corn makes beautiful decorations with its very dark blue kernels. Ears ate 8-9 inches long and the stalks grow up to 12 feet tall. 20 g. $2.39 Our price $1.19 SWEET CORN Silver Queen Hybrid #1442 Pkt (White su) Late but worth the wait! Delicious, creamy, sweet kernels with real corn flavor! 8 to 9 in. ears with 14 to 16 rows. 85 days. Plants about a 34 ft. row. 20 g. $1.99 Our price $0.99 SWEET CORN Golden Cross Bantam T-51 Hybrid #1444 Pkt (Yellow su) Late, large-kernels ears about 8 in. long are packed with tender kernels. A favorite for roasting. 88 days. Plants about a 24 ft. row. 20 g$1.99 Our price $0.99 SWEET CORN Sugar Dots #1448 Pkt The ultimate in flavor and quality! Ferry-Morse developed this bi-color hybrid with white and yellow kernels that are sweet and tender. Mid-to-late season. Ears are 8 inches long with 16 to 18 rows. This packet will plant approximately a 16 foot row. 20 g $1.99 Our price $0.99

SWEET CORN Kandy Korn Hybrid #1953 This yellow “sugar enhanced” sweet corn was bred for improved germination and vigor in cool weather. Its got extra sweet tender kernels that retain their sweetness for 3-5 days after picking. Plants are 8 feet tall with maroon streaked leaves. Late variety. 15g packet. $1.99 Our price $0.99 SWEET CORN Early Sunglow #1965 Pkt. You‟ll love this extra-early, yellow corn‟s classic, sweet corn flavor. Early Sunglow‟s cold weather vigor makes it ideal for the first planting of the season. It‟s ready to pick in just 63 days, yielding two 7-inch ears from each four foot plant. 20 g. $1.99 Our price $0.99 SWEET CORN Peaches & Cream Hybrid #1967 Pkt. Mid-season bi-color favorite. One of the first choices of roadside stands varieties! The ears will grow to 7 ½ inches, and have 14 rows of very sweet and creamy kernels. Very popular home garden sweet corn. 83 days to harvest. 15 g. $1.99 Our price $0.99 SWEET CORN Country Gentleman (Heirloom Variety) #3630 Pkt. An old favorite. These large ears, up to 9 inches long, are packed with irregular rows of deep, white kernels, which are tender and sweet. It holds its sweetness much longer than most heirloom corns. 92 days to harvest. 30 g. $2.39 Our price $1.19 SWEET CORN Golden Cross Bantam Hybrid(Heirloom Variety) #3633 Pkt. An excellent sweet corn, with resistance to wilt. Late variety. The ears are about 8 inches long, with 12 to 14 rows of tender kernels. High in vitamins A and B. This packet will plant approximately a 24 foot row. 88 days to harvest. 30 g. $2.39 Our price $1.19 SWEET CORN Bodacious #7295 Pkt. This “sugar enhanced” yellow sweet corn is prized for its tender, creamy kernels. Bred to be much sweeter than traditional sweet corn, it retains that sweetness for 3 to 5 days after picking. Unlike supersweet varieties, Bodacious can be planted right next to other sweet corns. Plant grows 7 feet tall. 20 g. Lilly MIller $1.79 Our price $0.89 COLLARD #1269 Pkt Dark blue-green stemmed plants form a large, open head of leaves high in vitamins A,B1,B2, and C. This packet plants about 92 feet of row. 2.50 g. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 COWPEAS, California Blackeye #5 #1450 Pkt Bushy plants produce 7 inch long pods filled with greenishwhite peas marked with a prominent black eye. The most popular of all southern pea varieties. Tender and delicious. This packet will plant approximately a 16 foot row. 28 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 COWPEAS, Pinkeye Purple Hull #1451 Mature pods grow in bunches for easy picking. When ready for shelling, long pods are deep purple-green and peas are cream colored with a pink or purple eye. Bushy plants produce heavy crops. This packet will plant approximately a 25 foot row. 28 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 CUCUMBER Armenian. #1272 Pkt (Slicing Type) Unusual! Long, narrow fruits with gray-green skin may get 2 to 3 ft. long. Creamy smooth texture. Sometimes slightly curved. 55 days.Plants approximately 10 hills. 1.75 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 CUCUMBER Cross Country Hybrid #1273 Pkt (Pickling Type) Early! High yields of crisp, tender cukes for any favorite pickling recipe. Or use as a slicer. 53 days. 1.2 g. $1.99 Our price $0.99 CUCUMBER Marketmore 76 #1277 Pkt (Slicing Type) Good in humid areas. Lots of deep green slicing cucumbers from plants which are tolerant to mildew disease. 68 days. 3.0 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 CUCUMBER Poinsett 76. #1278 Pkt (Slicing Type) Dark green and straight, fine for slicing. Plants are resistant to several common cucumber diseases. 75 days. 3 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 CUCUMBER Spacemaster #1279 Pkt (Slicing Type) The bush cucumber! Short-vined plants take only a third as much room as regular cucumbers, grow well even in large pots, and produce regular-sized fruits. Resists mosaic disease, too. 60 days. Packet produces about 19 plants. 800 mg. $1.99 Our price $0.99 CUCUMBER Sumter #1281 Pkt (Pickling Type) The standard for pickles. Straight, symmetrical green fruits to 6 in. are tasty and firm. Very productive, too. 50 days. 2.0 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89

CUCUMBER Tendergreen #1282 Pkt (Slicing Type) No-burp cukes! Smooth, tender, thin green skin and sweet white flesh make for a fine slicing cucumber. 55 days. 2.0 g. $1.79 Our price $0.89 CUCUMBER Boston Pickling #1919 Pkt. These little black-spined cukes are just the right size for pickling. But try them sliced in salads, too, and enjoy their exceptional flavor. Expect heavy yields from the productive vines. Pick when cucumbers are 2 to 6 inches long. 2.0 g. $1.79 Our price $0.89 CUCUMBER Straight Eight #1921 Pkt. An All American Winner. These perfectly straight cucumbers have sweet, mild fleash. The excellent flavor makes this a super choice for salads, or as sticks for dipping. If picked small, the cukes are good for pickling, too. Home gardeners keep on growing this old favorite for its large, flavorful fruits. 3.0 g. $1.79 Our price $0.89 CUCUMBER Olympian Hybrid #2132 Pkt. “Olympian” has become a market leader in slicing cukes. This Marketmore-type is mid-season and has excellent productivity, with dark green color and uniform shape. Best when 9”x2”. Disease tolerant. 64 days to harvest. 600 mg. $1.99 Our price $0.99 EGGPLANT Black Beauty #1287 Pkt This standard eggplant grows well anywhere. Glossy, rounded-oblong eggplants have deep purple skin. Large, spreading plants may produce 6 to 12 fruits each. 200 mg. plants about 30 ft. About 85 days to picking after setting plants outside. $1.99 Our price $0.99 EGGPLANT, Long Purple #7410 Pkt. Long, cylindrical dark purple fruits. You can expect four or more on every plant when you grow this beautiful Asian eggplant. Plants grow 2 to 3 feet tall, and grow well in containers. 400 mg. Lilly Miller. $1.89 Our price $0.94

This is truly one of the finest vegetables for crisp salads. The thick, buttery leaves are tender and have a distinctive flavor. Solid cluser of inner leaves blanches to creamy white. This packet plants approximately 39 feet of row. 700 mg.
ENDIVE Green Curled Ruffec #1808 $1.79 Our price $0.89 HAMBURG PARSLEY #1330 Pkt The edible part is the root, which looks much like a small parsnip. The root has a pleasing flavor, similar to parsnip, but with a faint suggestion of celery. A great favorite for flavoring soups and stews. High in vitamins A and C. About 75 days to picking 1.00G. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 KALE, Dwarf Blue Curled Vates #1293 Pkt (Brassica oleracea) One of the hardiest greens. Will stand very cold temperatures, which even enhance flavor. Thick, curly, blue-green leaves are good chopped raw in salads, as a garnish or cooked as a green. High fiber and vitamins. 2 g. Plants about 168 ft. About 60 days to picking. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 KOHLRABI, Early White Vienna #1294 Pkt (Brassica oleracea) Zany-looking little garden "sputniks"! Thickened stems look like bulbs which form above the ground. Sweet and crunchy, similar in flavor and texture to turnips, and delicious raw.1.5 g. plants about 30 ft. About 55 days to picking Lilly Miller. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 KOHLRABI, Purple Vienna #7430 (Brassica oleracea) Looking like a little prop from a science fiction movie, Purple Vienna Kohlrabi is nothing to fire your phasers at. The sweet, cabbage-like bulbs are delicious raw on relish trays, grated in salads, or boiled. Purple skinned, white inside. 50-60 days to picking. 1.4g packet. Regular $1.49 Our price $0.74 LEEK, American Flag #1297 Pkt (Allium ampeloprasum) Topped by blue-green leaves, they look like giant scallions. Large white shanks are tender, with a mild, sweet onion flavor. Just great in soups, stews, and dips. 1.55 g. plants about 100 ft. About 150 days to harvesting Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 LETTUCE Bibb #1301 Pkt (head type). Sometimes called Limestone Lettuce. Small, loose heads filled with tender, buttery, vivid green leaves with a delicious flavor. Grow your own and see how good it is. 1.2 g. plants about 70 ft. About 57 days to picking Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 LETTUCE Great Lakes #1302 Pkt (head type). The "Iceberg". Much more vitamin-packed when you harvest your own! Large, firm, crisp, the backbone of a yummy salad. 1.2 g. plants about 100 ft. About 82 days to picking. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79

LETTUCE Black Seeded Simpson #1303 Pkt (leaf type). Favorite leaf lettuce, with light green, frilled leaves and delicate flavor. Vigorous grower, too. Cut entire plant or pull off leaves. 1.5 g. Plants about 110 ft. About 45 days to picking. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 LETTUCE Grand Rapids Tipburn Resistant #1304 Pkt (Leaf type). Good for warm season areas. Attractive, frilled green leaves are tender and sweet. Plants resist going to seed longer than other leaf types. 1.8 g. plants about 60 ft. About 45 days to picking. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 LETTUCE Salad Bowl #1305 Pkt (leaf type). (AAS) Winner of the national award because of its quality. Slow to go to seed even in warmer areas. Crisp-tender, frilly apple-green leaves. 800 mg. plants about 50 ft. About 50 days to picking. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 LETTUCE Parris Island (Romaine) #1307 Pkt The gourmet favorite and Caesar salad green. Long leaves form upright, tallish heads packed with tender, deep green leaves with distinctive crisp white midrib. Delicious! Seems to take warm weather well, and some believe more nutritious than iceberg lettuce. 1 g. plants about 55 ft. About 68 days to picking. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 LETTUCE Granada (Oak-Leaf Type)#1987 Pkt (leaf type) For a colorful salad presentation, use Granada lettuce! This spring mix type has an oak-shaped leaf, and is dark red in color. The leaves can be used from baby stage up to full leaf size. The lobed leaf and stunning red color looks especially nice when mixed with a light green lettuce. 150 mg. About 40–60 days to harvest. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 Lettuce, Buttercrunch #7445 Pkt. This improved variety of butterhead lettuce is an award winner for it‟s thick, crisp leaves, and it‟s ability to hold up better in the hot weather than Bibb. Tasty, dark green outer leaves conceal a cream-colored, compact head. 1.5 g. Lilly Miller. $1.59 Our price $0.79 MESCULUN Gourmet Greens Mixture #1821 Pkt Grow seven different salad greens from just one packet of seed with this special mixture. Argula, endive, red kale, red and green romaine, Salad Bowl, and Lolla Rossa lettuce. Beautiful in the garden and on the plate. 1.5 g. $1.99 Our price $0.99 MUSTARD Florida Broad Leaf #1311 Excellent flavor makes this a popular item for salads and for cooking greens. Fast maturing, and slower to bolt than other varieties. High in vitamins A, B, and C. This packet will plant approximately a 148 foot row. 2.00 g. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 MUSTARD Southern Giant Curled Long Standing. #1312 Pkt Holds well in warm weather. Frilled, brilliant green leaves are best when young. A traditional Southern favorite as a cooked green. 2 g. plants about 145 ft. About 56 days to picking. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 OKRA Clemson Spineless 80 #1315 Pkt The standard tender, spineless green okra produces and produces all season. About 58 days to picking. This packet plants approximately a 68 foot row. 5 g. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 OKRA Emerald #1317 Pkt Deep green ribbed pods are produced prolifically by dwarf plants. About 58 days to picking. This packet will plant approximately a 68 foot row. 5 g. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 OKRA Cajun Delight #1922 Cajun Delight Okra has made okra lovers out of most skeptical eaters. It has dark green pods that are tender, great tasting and rich with nutrients. Plant provides very high yields, and may be eaten earlier and over a longer period of time. This specialty packet of hybrid okra may contain approximately 10 seeds. 575 mg packet. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 ONION, Evergreen Bunching #1319 Pkt (White). Called "scallions", the easiest onion to grow, and fast to mature. Ever eat these dipped in salt with bread and butter? Delicious! Plant several times for the longest harvest. 1.8 g plants about 16 ft. About 60 days to harvesting. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 ONION, Hybrid Granex Yellow PRR #1323 Pkt. One of the sweetest onions available. Large, thick, flat bulbs with very white, mild flesh. Stays firm, crisp, and sweet when stir fried. Widely adapted, and has resistance to pink-root. This packet will plant approximately a 16 foot row. 1.0 g. $1.79 Our price $0.89

ONION Sweet Spanish Yellow Utah Jumbo #1325 Pkt (Yellow). Big, mild, sweet slices! Firm and large, bulbs keep well for several months. Best in North. 1.7 g plants about 16 ft. About 115 days to harvesting. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 ONION Red Burgundy #1729 Pkt Mild, sweet flavor and colorful purple-red rings appeal to the palate and the eye. Medium-sized onions store well if dry and well-ventilated. About 100 days to harvest. 1.70 g. plants about 16 ft. row $1.79 Our price $0.89 ONION Walla Walla #1954 This juicy, sweet onion from the famous eastern Washington valley can now be grown in your garden. Bulbs are large, slightly flattened globes with yellow skin and pale yellow flesh. 500 mg packet. $1.99 Our price $0.99 PAK CHOI, Ming Choi #7585 Pkt. This non-heading Chinese cabbage produces long, slender, white stalks with a mild, almost sweet flavor. Wonderful stir-fried or sliced like celery in salads. Ming Choi matures rapidly and is slow to bolt. 300 mg. Lilly Miller. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 PARSNIP Harris Model #1331 Pkt Cultivated for its 12 to 15 inch white root that is smooth, tender, and very sweet. Can be left in the ground without protection all winter for spring use. Freezing improves flavor. Packet plants about a 68 foot row. 2.5 g. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 PEA Alaska Wilt Resistant #1453 Pkt Very early! 2 1/2 inch pods are packed with small, sweet peas. Fine for freezing. Plants resist wilt disease. 2 to 3 ft. vines need support. 58 days. Packet plants about a 22 ft. row. 28 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 PEA Little Marvel #1454 Pkt Old favorite, still in fashion! Dwarf plants produce abundant 3-inch pods packed with tender, sweet peas. 18 inch vines. 65 days Packet plants about a 19 ft. row. 28 g Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 PEA Wando #1457 Pkt The heat-tolerant pea! Grow this one if you can‟t plant peas early in spring. Dark green, plump pods are filled with tasty, medium-size peas. Good yields even in dry weather. 68 days. Packet plants about a 17 ft. row. 28 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 PEA Melting Sugar. #1458 Pkt (Edible Pod) Young and tender, sweet pods excellent for steaming, stir-fry, or eat them raw. You‟ll have plenty! 72 days. Packet plants about a 22 ft. row. 28 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 PEA Cascadia Sugar Snap #2135 Pkt “Cascadia Sugar Snap” can be picked early for snow peas, or after the pods have matured for snap peas. With vines up to 3 feet, this fiberless, 3 inch sweet pod has good yields and multiple disease resistance. Snap peas are great fresh or frozen, but not for canning. 58-70 days to harvest. 28 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 PEA, Bush Early Frosty #7600 Pkt. Early Frosty earned its name because it is fast-maturing and coldhardy. The compact, 20 inch tall plants produce lots of pods, each holding 6-8 peas. This is a good shelling variety for fresh eating or freezing. 28 g. Lilly Miller. $1.69 Our price $0.84 PEPPER Anaheim Chili #1332 Large fruits, 6 to 8 inches long, have a medium hot flavor. Matures from a deep green color to a brilliant red. Very popular for drying. This packet will plant approximately an 80 foot row. 700 mg packet. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 PEPPER Habanero #1333 Pkt THE HOTTEST. YIKES! Small but mighty! Ten-alarm peppers about 1 to 1 1/2 in. long are the very hottest, whether harvested green or orange. We suggest you handle with rubber gloves. 95-100 days. Packet plants about a 32 ft. row. 200 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 PEPPER Jalapeno M #1334 Pkt HOT The best-known pickled pepper, and a favorite for Tex-Mex dishes nationwide. Green pods 3 inches long. 72 days. Packet plants about a 100 ft. row. 800 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 PEPPER Long Thin Cayenne #1335 Pkt HOT. Curved 5-inch pods are thin-walled, flavorful. Great for pickling or drying. 72 days. Packet plants about a 80 ft. row. 700 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89

PEPPER Serrano Chili #1337 Said to be one of the hottest peppers available! Abundant small fruits ripen from dark green to deep crimson. Excellent for making pepper sauce and hot chili sauce. This packet will plant approximately a 90 foot row. 650 mg packet. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 PEPPER California Wonder #1338 Pkt SWEET. The standard favorite green bell pepper. Large peppers for stuffing and salads, with thick, crisp, tasty flesh. 75 days. Packet plants about a 50 ft. row. 500 mg. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 PEPPER Sweet Banana #1343 Pkt (AAS) SWEET Sweet, crunchy, 4 in. and curved like a banana. Great for frying and grilling, or eat „em raw. 70 days. Packet plants about a 80 ft. row. 700 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 PEPPER Cascabella #1469 Pkt. Small, pungent, cone-shaped peppers about 1 ¼ inches long. Fine for sauces, pickling. Harvest when light yellow or bright red. Plants about a 35 foot row. 225 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 PEPPER Hole Mole Hybrid #1988 Pkt. All American Selection Winner! Hole Mole is the first hybrid Pasillatype pepper. These green peppers reach 7-9 inches long. If left on the vine to ripen, they will mature into a dark, chocolate color. They have a nutty and tangy flavor, making them perfect to the famous “moly sauce”. This high yielder is perfect for patio containers. 150 mg. Regular $2.39 Our price $1.19 PEPPER Cubanalle #2049 Pkt. A large, sweet pepper that is excellent for frying! The fruit, about 6 x 2-1/2 inches, is yellow-green maturing to red with continuous fruiting. High in vitamin C. 960mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 PEPPER Poblano #2052 Pkt. The main ingredient in chili rellenos. Poblano peppers are also wonderful when roasted and peeled. These very mild “hot peppers” are plump and dark green, measuring 6 inches long and 3 inches wide. Fruits turn reddish brown when fully ripe. 300 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 PEPPER Mini Bell Blend #2102 Pkt. This blend of mini red, yellow and brown peppers have sweet, firm, thick flesh. The 24 inch plants produce many tiny peppers. 225 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 PEPPER Hungarian Wax #7667 Especially zesty and attractive when pickled, this medium hot pepper is also good raw and cooked. Fruits are 5 to 8 inches long, with a smooth skin, turning from bright yellow to red when fully ripe. 750 mg packet. Lilly Miller. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 PUMPKIN Big Max #1347 Pkt The County Fair contestant! Huge fruits can reach 100 lbs! Large pumpkins have distinctive pinkish-orange skin. Grow in various shapes, usually slightly flattened. For the biggest, let only one pumpkin develop per vine by picking off subsequent flowers. 4.8 g. plants about 4 hills. About 120 days to picking. $1.99 Our price $0.99 PUMPKIN Jack O’Lantern #1348 Pkt Old favorite still widely grown. The pumpkins are 12 to 16 in. across, with hard, deep orange skin. The perfect size for carving. Also good for pies. 4.7 g. plants about 7 hills. About 100 days to picking. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 PUMPKIN Casper #1810 Pkt. Put a spooky twist in your Halloween fun this year with a white Jack O‟Lantern. Naturally white pumpkin grows 10 to 12 pounds, and excellent for carving or painting. Loaded with beta carotene, the bright orange flesh is perfect for soups, pies, or bread. 2.0 g. 1.99 Our price $0.99 PUMPKIN Dill’s Atlantic Giant #1977 Pkt. For an award winning giant pumpkin, pick Dill‟s Atlantic Giant. These pumpkins can grow to be the world‟s largest, holding many world records. These HUGE, pink-orange, smooth-skinned pumpkins can reach up to 400-500 pounds each. 2.0 g. Regular $2.99 Our price $1.49 PUMPKIN Jack Be Little #1978 Pkt. Decorate your table this fall with tiny ornamental pumpkins weighing just 3 to 4 ounces. Or, stuff and bake them and enjoy their sweet taser. Each paltn can produce up to 12 orange, flattened pumpkins. Can be grown on a trellis to save space. 1 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 PUMPKIN Connecticut Field #3691 Heirloom Variety. Pkt. More than 200 years old, Connecticut Field was mainly used for carving by settlers, and was the traditional field pumpkin. The rind is bright yellow-orange

with shallow, narrow ribs. The deep yellow flesh has a slightly sweet taste for making pies. 7.05 g. Regular $2.39 Our price $1.19 PUMPKIN, Amish Pie (Heirloom Variety) #3750 Pkt The moist, firm flesh of “Amish Pie” is great for making pies. This variety was an heirloom for an Amish gardener in the Maryland mountains. Weighing up to 90 pounds, this pumpkin has established its reputation with home gardeners. 90-105 days to harvest. 750 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 PUMPKIN, Fairytale (Heirloom Variety) #3751 Pkt With a taste like a winter squash, “Fairytale” is the perfect choice for baking. Weighing up to 30 pounds, and 18 inches wide, this orange pumpkin has a unique shape and orange-tan exterior. Carrying the lineage of 3 heirloom lines, it has demonstrated great heirloom qualities. 100-110 days to harvest. 750 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 PUMPKIN Spoktacular Hybrid #7730 Pkt. Spooktacular is ready to pick before other pumpkins are ripe. The pumpkins turn orange very early and are just the right size - - about 3 to 4 pounds each - - for kids to handle and carve. The flesh is fine-textured and tasty in soup, pies and bread. 2 g. Lilly Miller 1.79 Our price $0.89 PUMPKIN Sugar or Pie #7735 Pkt. This is the best all-around pumpkin for pie making and cooking. Good for carving, too. The rich orange flesh is firm and sweet. Four to six pound pumpkins store well too. 4 g. Lilly Miller 1.59 Our price $0.79 RADISH Icicle Short Top #1352 Pkt The best early white radish! It‟s flesh has a deliciously mild flavor, especially when harvested young. Very crisp and tender up to the length of 6 inches. This packet will plant approximately 14 feet of row. 3.75 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 RADISH Cherry Belle #1353 Pkt (AAS) Early, cherry-red globes with crisp, white flesh. Great for relish trays and those radish "roses" Grandma used to make. 3.75 g. plants about 14 ft. row. About 22 days to harvesting. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 RADISH Sparkler #1355 Pkt Great on the relish tray. Patriotic red-and-white roots are round, crisp and flavorful. 3.75 g. plants about 12 ft. About 25 days to harvesting. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 RADISH Easter Egg II Mixture #1357 Pkt Colorful surprise on a relish tray! Purple, white and red roots are mild and crisp. Very appetizing indeed. 1.95 g. plants about 7 ft. About 28 days to harvesting. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 RADISH French Breakfast #1358 Pkt Crisp, colorful radishes treasured among salad gourmets. Beautiful bicolor of scarlet with white tips add a splash of color to salads. More Old-World radish flavor than traditional radishes. This packet will plant approximately a 9 foot row. About 24 days to harvesting. 2.55 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 RADISH Champion #1787 Pkt Produces large, 2 inch diameter radishes that don't become pithy. Attractive color and crisp, tender flesh makes this quick growing radish perfect for the garden or in a greenhouse. 4.0 g. plants about 14 ft. row. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 ROQUETTE #1359 Pkt. This member of the mustard family has long, smooth leaves with a rather pungent odor and taste. When young, the leaves are best as green in salads. This packet plants approximately a 49 foot row. 900 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 RUTABAGA, American Purple Top #1979 Pkt. An old-time favorite variety that remains popular for the flavor it adds to winter meals. Wonderful roasted, mashed, or in a mixed sauté with carrots, turnips, and broccoli. Roots are purple-shouldered with firm, yellow flesh. Can be stored for several months. 4 g. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 SOYBEAN #1812 Pkt Here is a bush bean unlike any you may have grow before. High in protein with a delicious flavor. Soybeans picked while they‟re green are a real treat. Easy to grow and high yielding. 6 g. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99

SPINACH Bloomsdale Long Standing #1364 Pkt Deep-dark green leaves are thick, crinkled and bursting with vitamins and flavor. Plants tolerate heat, which means you can pick longer into summer. 4 g. plants about 34 ft. About 45 days to picking. Regular $1.59 Our price $0.79 SPINACH Teton Hybrid #1492 Pkt The ultra-gourmet spinach -- smooth leaves of vitamin-rich deepest green. The very smooth-textured, flat leaves are thick and glossy, easier to clean, and lovely in the salad bowl. Plants show reluctance to bolt in hot weather, and resist mildew. Ready in 45-50 days. Plants about a 52 foot row. 2 g. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 SQUASH, Cocozelle #1369 Pkt. Highly regarded for frying. Cocozelle squash is also tasty when steamed or simmered. Fruits mature to 18 to 24 inches long, but are most tasty when 8 inches long. High in vitamin A, and low in calories. 4 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 SQUASH, Early White Bush Scallop #1371 Pkt (Summer type) Old-fashioned favorite. White "pattypan" type squash are tender, mild, tasty. Best at 4 to 6 in. A treat when fried. 50 days. 8 hills. 4.5 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 SQUASH Crookneck Dixie Hybrid #1372 Pkt (Summer type) Early! Lemon yellow crookneck fruits are very uniform. Best when 4 to 6 in. long. You‟ll have plenty from these vigorous plants. 41 days. 5 hills. 1.5 g. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 SQUASH Early Prolific Straightneck #1373 Pkt (AAS) (Summer type) As productive as its name implies. Tender, tasty yellow fruits with slightly rough skins. Best at 4 to 6 in. 50 days. 12 hills. 4.5 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 SQUASH Gold Rush Hybrid #1375 Pkt (Summer type) An All-American Selection! The fruit shape, size and taste are all similar to zucchini, but its appearance is an all-new, deep golden skin contrasting with a dark green stem. High in vitamin A. This packet will plant approximately 3 hills. 1.5 g. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 SQUASH Yellow Summer Crookneck #1377 Pkt (Summer type) Popular yellow squash with firm, tender flesh. Excellent when picked young, at 4 to 6 in. 53 days. 12 hills. 4.5 g Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 SQUASH Waltham Butternut #1384 Pkt (AAS) (Winter type) The standard for winter baking squash. Sweet, dry orange flesh is fine for pies, too. Productive plants provide plenty. 85 days. 7 hills. 3.7 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 SQUASH Delicata #1957 Pkt This popular winter squash has ivory cream skin with dark, green stripes, and is best when harvested 7 to 9 inches long and 3 inches in diameter. The rich, sweet potato like taste makes this a great addition to any meal. Considered a “good keeper”. Delicata has prolific vines. 2.0 g. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 SQUASH Burgess Buttercup #1969 Pkt. (Winter squash) A northern favorite! With a gray “button” on the blossom end, these fruits are dark green and best when picked at 3-5 pounds. The sweet, deep orange flesh of this winter squash is very rich. Each plant will produce 3-4 medium fruits. 4 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 SQUASH Golden Hubbard #1970 Pkt. This winter squash is a must in all gardens! Though slightly warted, this fruit is orange with tan strips, and has a very sweet tasting flesh. Each fruit will get about 10 pounds, slightly smaller than most hubbards. Adds an exciting touch to your fall decorations. 4 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 SQUASH Golden Health #2101 Pkt. Golden Health is a winter squash that yields 7-9 pound fruits. The reddish-orange skin with thick, yellow flesh was first developed for baby food processing. Has wonderful flavor and the vines produce good yields. 2.5 g. Regular $2.39 Our price $1.19 SQUASH Small Wonder Hybrid #2133 Pkt A unique winter spaghetti squash, that‟s just right for single serving. The highly productive squash measures about 5 ½” by 4”, and is best when 1 ½ to 2 pounds. The yellow-orange fruit has a very good shelf life and the pale yellow flesh has excellent flavor and standing characteristics. 70 days to harvest. 2.5 g. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99

SQUASH Table Queen #2137 Pkt This winter squash has vigorous vines, and can withstand poor soil conditions. The dark green rind covers the light yellow to deep orange, sweet, thick flesh. With a small seed cavity, this acorn squash is perfect for baking. An early running squash that is best if harvested when 1 ½ to 2 pounds. 58-70 days to harvest. 3.5 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 Squash, Spaghetti #7865 Pkt. Looking like yellow footballs, the fruits of this winter squash are filled with spaghetti like strands. Just pierce the skin and boil or bake. Then, scoop out mounds of moist, tender veggie spaghetti, a low calorie alternative to pasta. Fruit can be stored for several months. 3 g. Lilly Miller. $1.59 Our price $0.79 SWISS CHARD Large Ribbed Dark Green #1385 Pkt Sometimes called Spinach Beet. Old-time favorite green does well in late spring, summer and fall. Large crinkled leaves are healthful, similar to spinach but milder in flavor. 3.5 g. plants about 40 ft. About 60 days to picking. $1.79 Our price $0.89 SWISS CHARD Bright Lights #1607 Pkt (AAS) Wow! Grow this one in the flower bed -- but pick it for summer suppers! Beautiful midribs of gold, pink, violet, orange, red and white make for an attractive accent in garden and on the plate. Tasty, healthful deep green or bronze leaves have mild spinach-like flavor, produced continuously from spring through fall. 60 days. 925 mg. plants about 20 ft. $1.99 Our price $0.99 TOMATILLO, Green Husk #7885 Pkt Green Husk (Physalis Ixocarpa) The salsa secret! The golf ball size fruit of this variety are green when ripe, wrapped in papery husks. Bushy plants produce heavy yields. Use raw or cooked for a distinct flavor all its own. Stores well in the husk for several weeks. 100 mg. About 60 days to harvest after setting out transplants. Note this packet is Lilly Miller brand seeds. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 TOMATO Beefmaster Hybrid #1391 Pkt (Large Red) Indeterminate. Late. Large, meaty fruits from vigorous plants. Disease tolerant. Stake or cage. 80 days. 20 pelleted seeds. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 TOMATO Better Boy Hybrid #1392 Pkt (Large Red) Indeterminate. Up to 1 1/2 lbs., firm and delicious. Tolerant to several common diseases. 70-75 days. 20 pelleted seeds. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 TOMATO Big Boy Hybrid #1395 Pkt (Large Red) Indeterminate. One of the best-known vegetables in America! Large fruits up to 2 lbs. Fine for slicing, canning or juice. 78 days. 20 pelleted seeds. $1.79 Our price $0.89 TOMATO Early Girl Hybrid #1398 Pkt (Red) Indeterminate. The earliest slicing tomato. Gets your summer off to an early start, with an abundance of 4 to 6 oz. fruits. 52 days. 20 pelleted seeds. Regular $2.39 Our price $1.19 TOMATO Jubilee #1399 Pkt (AAS) (Large Yellow) Indeterminate. Golden-orange fruits are mild in flavor, large, firm and meaty. Beautiful with red tomatoes in a salad, or surprise your family and friends with a yellow tomato sauce! 80 days. 500 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 TOMATO Roma VFN #1402 Pkt (Paste/Canning) Determinate. Solid, mild-flavored plum tomatoes are good fresh but better for sauce, puree, and paste. Good leaf cover protects tomatoes in hot areas. 85-90 days. 500 mg Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 TOMATO, Rutgers #1403 Pkt. Rutgers has proven itself for years to be highly productive. Large, attractive fruits with thick, solid flesh. Superior flavor, delicious in salads, and unsurpassed for home canning. Indeterminate. This packet will produce mote than 700 mg. $1.59 Our price $0.79 TOMATO Red Cherry, Large Fruited #1408 Pkt Deliciously sweet, bite sized red tomatoes can be used in salads or served on toothpicks as appetizers. Tall, indeterminate vines produce a bountiful harvest all season. This packet plants about 48 plants. 590 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 TOMATO Supersweet 100 Hybrid #1409 Pkt (Red Cherry) Indeterminate. Bite-size sweetness! Extremely productive, too. The 1-inch fruits are higher in Vitamin C than most other tomatoes. Produces up to 100 fruits on each stem, hence its name. 65 days. 20 pelleted seeds. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99

TOMATO Brandywine #1608 Pkt. (Pink Potato Leaf Pennsylvania Strain). This special Amish strain can be traced back as far as 1885. Among "heirloom" varieties, this tomato stands out for its delicious flavor (some say "incredible -- try it yourself and see). Indeterminate plants are late to produce, but they yield well tasty pink-red fruits averaging 8 oz. each. Some may weigh in up to 16 oz. each. About 120 days to maturity. 150 mg. (uncoated seeds). Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 TOMATO Juliet Hybrid #1788 Indeterminate. Popular “grape type” tomato. Sweet red, one ounce tomatoes are grown in clusters like grapes. Red, oblong shaped tomatoes are crack resistant, holding onto the vine a long time. The perfect size for salads or snacking whole. High yields and quality fruits makes this a true award winner. Packet contains 20 pelleted seeds. Regular $2.39 Our price $1.19 TOMATO Jelly Bean Hybrid #1818 Pkt. Popular "grape type" tomato in the supermarket is now available for you to grow in your garden. Small, sweet, oblong shaped, red tomatoes grow in clusters of 15 to 30 fruits like grapes. Indeterminate vines. Fantastic flavor! Disease tolerant. Packet contains 20 pelleted seeds. Regular $2.39 Our price $1.19 TOMATO Jet Star Hybrid #1971 Pkt. For a low acid tomato, Jet Star is the one! This big yielder is a remarkable producer of large, globe-shpaed, very good tasting fruit. The tomatoes are bright red, inside and out. This early indeterminate plant has vigorously growing vines, that produce tomatoes with little or no cracks or scars. Add lemon juice, if you are canning this tomato. Packet contains 20 pelleted seeds. Regular $2.39 Our price $1.19 TOMATO Sugary Hybrid #2134 Pkt. All-America Selection Winner! “Sugary” will set the standard for sweet, cherry-size tomatoes. The half-ounce, red fruit has higher sugar than most. With a distinct point on the blossom end, these bite-sized tomatoes grow in clusters on strong, high-yielding, semi-determinate vines. 82 days to harvest. Packet contains 20 pelleted seeds. Regular $2.59 Our price $1.29 TOMATO, Abe Lincoln (Heirloom Variety) #3752 Pkt “Abe Lincoln” produces brilliant red, round, medium sized tomatoes, which grow in cluster up to 9. This rich, slightly acidic fruit has a delicious flavor that has been enjoyed since 1923. With its indeterminate vines, these 12 oz. tomatoes can be harvested until frost. 70-77 days to harvest. 200 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 TOMATO, Aunt Ruby’s German Green (Heirloom Variety) #3754 Pkt “Aunt Ruby‟s German Green” is a large, green beefsteak tomato. With its delicious, sweet, spicy flavor, and up to 16 oz. fruits, you will make room in your garden for these. They are light green when ripe with a tint of yellow, and a pink blush underneath.. 80-95 days to harvest. 200 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 TOMATO, Big Rainbow (Heirloom Variety) #3757 Pkt If you are looking for an interesting sweet tomato to grow, “Big Rainbow” is the one. With its huge ribbed shoulders and golden color, with red running through the flesh, these indeterminate vines grow a delicious tomato, perfect for slicing. 80-102 days to harvest. 200 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 TOMATO, Black Krim (Heirloom Variety) #3752 Pkt An old Russian heirloom tomato, almost black in color with green shoulders. With fruits up to 12 oz., these globe shaped tomatoes have a salty flavor, different from any tomato you have tasted. Indeterminate vines. 70 days to harvest. 200 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 TOMATO, Cherokee Purple (Heirloom Variety) #3760 ”Cherokee Purple” can be the conversation starter of your garden. Originally grown by Cherokee Indians, this tomato has a smoky, sweet flavor that has been enjoyed for over 100 years. The indeterminate vines exhibit 10-12 oz. tomatoes, with pink-purple flesh. 72 days to harvest. 200 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 TOMATO,German Johnson (Heirloom Variety) #3761 Pkt “German Johnson” produces large, ¾ to 1/ ½ pound fruits, with pink skin and yellow shoulders. It is a mild tomato with low acid. It is very meaty and has few seeds, which makes it perfect for slicing or canning. The indeterminate vines produce heavily, and have some disease tolerance. 76-80 days to harvest. 200 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 TOMATO, Mortgage Lifter (Heirloom Variety) #3762 Pkt “Mortgage Lifter” has huge tomatoes that reach more than 2 pounds, and are very meaty with few seeds. An old story states that a man from West Virginia developed this variety and sold enough seedlings to pay off the mortgage on his house. Indeterminate vines. 83-90 days to harvest. 200 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89

TOMATO, Prudens Purple (Heirloom Variety) #3763 Pkt Have you ever seen a potato-leafed tomato? Purple Prudens is it. The indeterminate vines produce large fruits that weigh up to a pound. Fruit has dark, pink skin with distinct ridges and firm, meaty, crimson flesh and few seeds. 67-85 days to harvest. 200 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 TOMATO, Big Red (Heirloom Variety) #3769 Pkt For a tomato that you remember eating from Grandpa‟s garden, “Big Red” is the one. Up to 1 ½ pound fruits. These huge, sweet, red tomatoes have just enough “bite” for that home grown taste. Indeterminate vines. Big Red tomatoes are perfect for sandwiches, salads or simply eating out of your hand. 85 days to harvest. 200 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 TURNIP Purple Top White Globe #1411 Pkt Always in Grandpa‟s garden. White, fine-grained flesh is mild and sweet. A must in stews and soups. Best at 2 in. across. Try them mashed with potatoes -- a real treat! 4.0 g. plants about 250 ft. About 55 days to harvesting. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 TURNIP Seven Top #1412 Pkt (Greens) Grow this one for nutritious greens; it puts all of its energy into tender leaves and has no edible root. 4 g. plants about 184 ft. About 45 days to picking. $1.59 Our price $0.79 WATERMELON Crimson Sweet #1417 Pkt Pretty on the outside, in its boldly striped skin, and just as pretty on the inside. Exceptionally deep red flesh is sweet and luscious. Round melons to 25 lbs. 2.5 g. plants about 10 hills. About 85 days to picking. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 WATERMELON Jubilee #1418 This popular melon produces firm, crisp, and bright red flesh. Oblong fruits with dark green stripes on a light green base weigh 25 pounds and more. Wilt resistant. Plants about 10 hills. 4.0 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 WATERMELON Sugar Baby #1419 Pkt Early! Fits perfectly in the refrigerator. The 8-lb. melons are round, green-black skinned, and red fleshed with wonderful sweetness.1.25 g. plants about 16 hills. About 78 days to picking. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 WATERMELON, Ultra Cool Hybrid #1928 Pkt. Top Prize seedless watermelon. IMPORTANT: A pollenizer is required. We recommend sugar baby. Ultra cool produces 14 to 16 pound, dark green, striped watermelons. They are sweet, crisp and best of all......seedless. 400 mg packet. $1.99 Our price $0.99 WATERMELON Congo #3747 Heirloom Variety. Pkt. Congo Watermelon is a long-time favorite. Large, long fruits weigh about 35 pounds, or more. The crisp, sweet flesh makes delicious eating. High in vitamins A, B, and C. Late season melon. This packet will plant approximately 7 hills. 6.0 g. Regular $2.39 Our price $1.19 WATERMELON, Black Diamond (Heirloom Variety) #3764 Pkt “Black Diamond” grows, on average, 30-50 pound watermelons, with some reaching up to 125 pounds. The dark, blue-green, thick rind hides the sweet, firm, bright-red flesh. The tough, vigorous vines are widely used throughout the South. 75-95 days to harvest. 5 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 WATERMELON, Georgia Rattlesnake (Heirloom Variety) #3768 An old Southern favorite! “Georgia rattlesnake” is known for its productiveness and prized for its easting quality. The thin, very rough rind has light green with mottled dark green rattlesnake-like stripes. The sweet, bright-rose flesh is perfect on a hot summer day. 90 days to harvest. 5 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 WATERMELON Striped Klondike #7967 Combine equal parts of sunshine, warm weather, and water, and what do you get? Great, big watermelons weighing up to 35 pounds, that‟s what. These striped beauties are just like those sold at roadside stands, and are just as sweet with reddish pink flesh and dark brown seeds. 3.0 g. Lilly Miller Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 Zucchini Black Beauty #1368 Pkt (AAS) (Summer type) The most popular zucchini! Deep green-black fruits have creamy white flesh. Tasty and delicious whether fried, steamed or raw. You‟ll have plenty, too. 63 days. 9 hills. 4.5 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 Zucchini Elite Hybrid #1751 Pkt. An easy to grow hybrid of exceptional quality with early, heavily productive yields. This versatile summer squash is best when fruits are 6 to 8 inches long. This packet plants approximately 4 hills. 3.0 g. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89

HERB SEEDS- Ferry Morse

(except where noted)

BALM LEMON. #2001 Pkt Perennial herb. The old-fashioned source of lemon flavor and aroma. Use fresh for tangy lemon flavoring. Delightful in beverages and bouquets. Fresh leaves nice in salads, or garnish. Dried leaves for tea, and plant oil in perfumes. Ht. 3 ft. 60 mg. (Melissa officinalis) Perennial, Zones 4-9. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 BASIL Lettuce Leaf #1228 Extra-large leaves give you "more" tasty basil flavor! Aromatic leaves have a spicy, mold, peppery flavor, with a trace of mint and clove. Especially good for pesto sauce. Attractive in the garden, too! 18 in. 250 mg Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 BASIL Bush Spicy Globe #2002 Pkt Annual herb. This is a refined bush basil from Italy, where it is known for its fine green leaf, and is formed like a ball. So perfectly uniform, they look pruned. Excellent as a container plant. Grows 10 inches tall. Easy to grow. 300 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 BASIL Cinnamon #2003 Pkt Annual herb. Compact, attractive plants have tempting cinnamon scent and flavor. Use as a garnish, or seasoning for poultry, beef, stews and soups. Grows 24-30 inches tall. 310 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 BASIL Dark Opal Purple #2004 Pkt Annual herb. An All-America winner. Distinctive, deep purple foliage, wonderful fragrance. Lovely in the flower garden. Use it in flavored vinegar, as a garnish, or fresh in salads. Some palnts may have green leaves. Ht.18 in. 250 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 BASIL Dwarf Greek #2005 Pkt Annual herb. These dwarf plants have a fine, small, fragrant leave. Use as a garnish, or seasoning for poultry, beef, stews, and soups. The handsome plants make excellent container plants. Ht.10 in. 250 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 BASIL Genovese #2007 Pkt Annual herb. This large leaf type originated in Italy, where it was selected for its flavor in making pesto. These productive plants belong in every herb garden. Easy to grow. Ht. 22". 250 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 BASIL Lemon. #2008, Pkt Annual Herb. Lemony flavor and aroma, a treat in cooking or gardens! Lends wonderful flavor to salads, tomato dishes, cheeses, omelets and essential for pesto. When you grow your own, you‟ll have plenty for every recipe. Ht.12 in. 210 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 BASIL Purple #2010 Start Smart Pkt Annual. Ornamental basil with gorgeous deep purple ruffled leaves and stems, pink flowers. Good for herb vinegar, as a garnish, or fresh/dried in soups and sauces. Some plants may have green leaves. 250 mg. Ht. 18". Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 BASIL Sweet #2012 Pkt. Annual Herb. The leaves of this attractive herb, have a spicy flavor, which makes green salads, tomato and cheese dishes, soups and omelets extra delicious. The entire plant has a very pleasing aroma. Good companion for tomato plants. Ht. 18-24 in. 725 mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 CATNIP #1258 Pkt Aromatic herb with velvety leaves and lemon-mint flavor and scent. Fun to grow for your kitties, and for tea. Very pretty in the garden, too. Strong-growing plants should be placed away from other garden plants so they don‟t compete. Ht. 25-35 in. 500 mg. (Nepeta cataria) Perennial, Zones 3-9. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 CHAMOMILE GERMAN #1263 Pkt The plant for old-fashioned tea. Use the flowers, either fresh or dried, to brew the classic chamomile tea, or for hair rinses. Pretty white blooms make an attractive garden accent, too. Ht. 20-30 in. 45 mg. (Matricaria recutita) Annual. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 CHIVES #2014 Pkt The hollow, thin leaves have a delicate flavor much like very mild onions. Delicious in salads and for flavoring soups and omelets. Because of the plants‟ attractive clover-like blossoms, they are often used for edging flowerbeds. Perennial, Zones 3-9. 750mg. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99

CHIVES GARLIC #2015 Pkt Distinguished by white, ball-shaped flowers which grow in cluses above the tips o the spear-like flat leaves. Clip leaves for use as seasoning in salads, cheese and egg dishes, gravies and soups.for a delicate onion or garlic flavor. Ht. 2 ft. 480 mg. (Allium tuberosum) Perennial, Zones 3-9. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 CILANTRO / Coriander #1270 Pkt A very useful herb, also known as Cilantro or Chinese Parsley. In ethnic cuisine, use the fresh leaves chopped or as garnish. Or grow for seeds, used in baking breads and cakes, and main dishes. Ht. 20-28 in. 1.2 g Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 DILL Bouquet #1285 Pkt A refreshing aroma and delicious tang, fresh or dried. Snip fresh leaves into soups and salads--especially nice with cucumber dishes--and the seed heads are a must for homemade pickles. Also attractive in the garden. Ht. 26-36 in. 600 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 DILL Mammoth #1627 Pkt Annual. Extra-large plants, with highly aromatic foliage and seeds. Makes your mouth water when you pick it! Ht. 30-42" tall. 1.5 g. $1.79 Our price $0.89 DILL Fernleaf #1628 Pkt (AAS) A dwarf, neat, petite version of dill -- same flavor, aroma and seed heads, and plenty of fine foliage to pick and pick. But the compact, upright plants won‟t take up so much space or shade other plants in your garden. So attractive you can plant in flower garden, too. 18-24 in. tall. 200 mg. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 FENNEL Florence #1292 Pkt Also Called Florence Fennel or Finuccio. An ethnic Italian favorite. Large plants have delicate, threadlike blue-green foliage and the characteristic enlarged leaf bases which are tasty when blanched. Foliage and seeds have an anise-like flavor. Can be grown as an annual or biennial. Up to 4 ft. 460 mg. (Foeniculum vulgare) Perennial, Zones 4-8. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 LAVENDER, True #2017 Pkt. Perennial Herb, except in very cold areas. Silvery plants with fragrant foliage and attractive lavender flowers are perfect in yout perennial herb gardens. Ht. 2 ft. 300 mg. (Lavandula Vera) Perennial, Zones 6-9. . Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 MARJORAM SWEET #2018 Pkt Annual herb. Sweet-pungent aroma and flavor. Use leaves fresh or dried to flavor meats, cheeses and salads. The oil can be used in perfumes. Ht. 18-24 in. 250 mg. (Majorana hortensis) Annual. . Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 OREGANO #2021 Pkt This bushy plant produces leaves that are an essential ingredient in Italian and Spanish dishes. Oregano is also used in salads, stews, stuffings, egg and cheese dishes, and with fish. Similar to Marjoram, but with a sharper fragrance and flavor. Ht. 14-22 in. 180 mg. (Origanum vulgare) Perennial, Zones 4-9. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 PARSLEY Extra Triple Curled #2022 Pk2. Biennial Herb. Highly decorative, both in the garden and for garnishing. Use leaves in salads, casserole snad omelets Sweetens breath after eating oinons or garlic. Parsley‟s flavor improves with successive cuttings. Fine in containers. For best results, soak seed in water for 12 hours before planting. Ht. 12-16 in. 1.25 g. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 PARSLEY Plain or Single #2023 Pkt. Biennial Herb. An outstanding variety of parsley for flavoring soups and stews. Its flavor improves with successive cuttings. Can be used as a garnish, but is not as decorative as curled parsley. Very easy to grow. High in vitamins A and C. Ht. 12-16 in. 1.25 g. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 PARSLEY Dark Green Italian #1635 Pkt Very deep green, wide, flat leaves have appealing color and great Italian flavor for any dish where parsley can contribute. Beautiful for garnish, too. Ht. 12-16". 1 G. Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 ROSEMARY #2024 Pkt. Because of the fragrant aroma and warm, tangy flavor of the leaves, Rosemary is popular for flavoring meats and soups. To add zest to grilled beef, chicken or ribs, toss leaves over hot charcoal. Excellent in containers. 2-6 ft. high. 1.25 g. (Rosmarinus officinalis) Perennial in Zones 9-10. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 SAGE, Broad Leaf #2025 Pkt The most popular of all herbs for seasoning because of its mildly pumgent flavor and pleasant aroma. May be used fresh or dried in stuffing and in pork or cheese dishes. The

attractive plant can be used for gray accents in your flower garden. 16-24 in. 600 mg. (Salvia officinalis) Perennial, Zones 4-9. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 TARRAGON #2027 Pkt Perennial herb. The leaves are thin, blade-like and highly aromatic. Tarragon is spicy sweet and used n cold meat sauces, eggs, cheese and fish. Tarragon makes good flavoring for vinegar when leaves are steeped for two weeks, then starined. Ht. 20-28". 125 mg. (Artemisia redowski) Ferry Morse‟ Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99 THYME, Common #2028 Pkt The leaves have a marked, but agreeable aroma and pungent flavor. They are used fresh or dried for seasoning clam chowder and other fish soups, as well as soups, stews, sauces and meat dishes. Plants are magnets for bees. Ht. 8-12 in. 300 mg. (Thymus vulgaris) Perennial, Zones 3-9. Regular $1.99 Our price $0.99

ORGANIC HERB SEEDS- Ferry Morse

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BASIL Genovese #3004 Organic Seeds, Annual Herb. This large leaf type originated in Italy, where it was selected for its flavor in making pesto. These productive plants belong in every herb garden. Easy to grow. Ht. 22". 250 mg packet. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 BASIL Sweet #3009 Organic Seeds, Annual Herb. The leaves of this attractive herb have a spicy flavor which makes green salads, tomato and cheese dishes, soups, and omelets extra delicious. The entire plant has a pleasing aroma. Good companion for tomato plants. Ht. 18-24 in. 250 mg packet. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 Cat Grass #1985 Organic Seeds, Annual Herb. Your cats will love this! These organic oats sprout quickly and the cats will start playing and nibbling on them as soon as they sprout. This is a terrefic way to bring the outdoors inside for your pet in the winter. A flat bottomed bowl or tray is suggested, as all cats will enjoy laying in and eating this grass. 16.5g packet. Ferry Morse Regular $1.79 Our price $0.89 CHIVES #3031 Organic Seeds, Perennial Herb. The hollow, thin leaves have a delicate flavor, much like very mild onions. Delicious in salads and for flavoring soups and omelets. Because of the plants attractive cloverlike blossoms, they are often used for edging flowerbeds. Height 8-12”. 840 mg packet. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 CHIVES Garlic #3034 Organic Seeds, Perennial Herb. Distinguished by white ball-shaped flowers which grow in clusters above the tips on the spear-like, flat leaves. Clip leaves for use as seasonings in salads, cheese and egg dishes, gravies and soups, for a delicate onion or garlic flavor. 440 mg packet. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 CILANTRO/Coriander #3039 Organic Seeds, Annual Herb. The plant is Cilantro, while the seeds are Coriander. The leaves have a distinctive flavor, and are used as a garnish in salads and soups. The seed is used in meat and seafood dishes, as well as a condiment for flavoring bread, cookies, and cakes. 2.25 g packet. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 DILL Bouquet #3050 Organic Seeds, Annual Herb. An easy to grow herb. Green or dried seed clusters are used primarily in making dill pickles. Fresh young leaves are used for flavoring salads, soups, meat and fish. The plant is highly aromatic, and bears large, yellow flower heads. Ht. 26-36 in. 1.60 g packet. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 OREGANO #3088 Organic Seeds, Perennial Herb. This bushy plant produces leaves that are an essential ingredient in Italian and Spanish dishes. Also used in salads, stews, stuffings, egg and cheese dishes, and with fish. Similar to Marjoram, but with sharper fragrance and flavor. Ht. 14-22 in. 150 mg packet. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 PARSLEY Moss Curled #3091 Organic Seeds, Biennial Herb. Highly decorative, both in the garden, and for garnishing. Use leaves in salads, casseroles and omelets. Sweetens breath after eating onions or garlic. Parsley‟s flavor improves with successive cuttings. Ht. 12-16 in. 1.25 g packet. (Petroselinum crispum) Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49

THYME #3137 Organic Seeds, Perennial Herb. The leaves have a marked, but agreeable, aroma and pungent flavor. They are used fresh or dried for seasoning clam chowder and other fish soups, as well as soups, stew, sauces, and meat dishes. Thyme is noted for attracting bees. Ht. 8-12 in. 230 mg packet. (Thymus vulgaris) Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49

ORGANIC VEGETABLE SEEDS- Ferry Morse (except where noted)
BEET Tall Top Early Wonder #3012 Organic seed packet. A fine all-purpose table beet, high in vitamins A, B2, B6, and C. Flattened, globe-shaped roots have purplish red flesh and excellent flavor. This packet will plant approximately a 30 foot row. 5.10 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 BROCCOLI Green Sprouting Calabrese #3017 Organic seed packet. A dark-green, close headed bluish green central head that is high in vitamins. The large head also furnishes an abundance of side shoots. A cool weather vegetable low in calories. This packet will plant approximately a 50 foot row. 1.25 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 CANTALOUPE Hearts Of Gold #3020 Organic seed packet. An excellent melon for home gardeners. The aromatic deep-orange flesh is sweet and juicy. Vines are vigorous an very productive. High in vitamins A, B, and C. This packet will plant approximately 10 hills. 1.80 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 CARROT Danvers #126 #3023 Organic seed packet. Strong tops on the 8 inch mature roots make them easy to pull from the ground. The flesh is firm, crisp, and of excellent flavor. Very productive and a fine keeper. High in Viatmin A. This packet will plant approximately a 33 foot row. 2.50 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 CARROT Scarlet(Nantes) #3028 Organic seed packet. The cylindrical carrots are very sweet and flavorful, with a lovely orange color, even when very young. The closer you plant the seeds, the smaller your carrots will be. This packet will plant approximately a 30 foot row. 2.50 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 CORN Luscious Hybrid #3183 Organic seed packet. This high yielding sweet corn produces attractive and sweetly delicious ears. Ears have 14 to 16 rows of tender kernels. Mid to Late season bicolor variety. This packet will plant approximately a 30 foot row. Days to harvest: 80. 25 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 CUCUMBER Straight Eight #3042 Organic seed packet. An All-American Winner! These perfectly straight cucumbers have sweet, mild flesh. The excellent flavor makes this a super choice for salads or as sticks for dipping. This packet will plant approximately 20 hills. 4.00 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 CUCUMBER Sumter #3047 Organic seed packet. The most popular pickling cucumber for pickles of all sizes. Very productive. About 6 inches long when fully grown. The straight, symmetrical fruit has an attractive color, and firm, tender, tasty flesh. This packet will plant approximately 20 hills. 4.00 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 EGGPLANT Early Long Purple #3053 Organic seed packet. Fruits are long, slightly bulbous. Deepen to rich purple near maturity. The slender fruits are meaty and easy to slice. Very prolific. Low in calories and high in vitamins A, C, and B groups. This packet will plant approximately a 60 foot row. 500 mg. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 LETTUCE Black Seeded Simpson #3061 Organic seed packet. The most popular loose leaf lettuce for home gardens everywhere! Its frilled, crumpled leaves are attractive, crisp, tender, and appetizing. A vigorous grower, high in vitamins A and B. Cool weather vegetable. This packet will plant approximately a 144 foot row. 2.25 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 LETTUCE Parris Island Cos #3064 Organic seed packet. Long, spoon-shaped leaves fold into an upright, loose head 8 to 9 inches tall. Very crisp and tender and more nutritious than iceberg head lettuce. Withstands warm weather better than most other lettuce. This packet will plant approximately a 80 foot row. 1.80 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49

LETTUCE Bibb (Limestone) #3069 Organic seed packet. A butterhead variety considered a real delicacy. Easy to grow. The small, somewhat loose head is tender with a distinctive flavor. Early starting is advised to avoid bolting to seed in hot weather. This packet will plant approximately a 100 foot row. 1.80 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 MUSTARD early Marzuna #3072 Organic seed packet. A mustard of Japanese origin. Dark green and narrow leaves are deeply cut and fringed at the edges. A vigorous grower and produces an abundance of slender white stalks. Resistant to cold. This packet will plant approximately a 60 foot row. 600 mg. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 OKRA, Clemson Spineless #80, #3077 Organic seed packet. The fleshy, ribbed pods are very tender when picked at 3 inches in length. Great in Cajun dishes or when fried or boiled by itself. Heavy production with regular picking. This packet will plant approximately a 68 foot row. 6.00 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 ONION Evergreen Bunching #3083 Organic seed packet. Grown exclusively for green, bunching onions. The crispness and mild flavor of this variety makes it delicious as an appetizer or relish. Super in salads! This packet will plant approximately a 16 foot row. 2.20 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 ONION Walla Walla #3182 Organic seed packet. A very large onion, often weighing 2 pounds, that is excellent for slicing. Its white flesh has a mild, sweet, delicious flavor. One of the most popular of all onions. This packet will plant approximately a 16 foot row. 2.20 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 PEPPER California Wonder #3094 Organic seed packet. One of the best large “Bell” peppers! The crisp, thick flesh has a mild, pleasant flavor. Perfect for salads, stuffing and as a soup ingredient. High in vitamins A and C. This packet will plant approximately a 75 foot row. 850 mg. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 PEPPER, Jalapeno Early #3099 Organic seed packet. Popular for Tex-Mex dishes and for pickling. The dark green fruits can be left on the bush to mature to a fiery red color. Grows to a length of 3 inches. This packet will plant approximately a 75 foot row. 850 mg. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 PUMPKIN, Big Max #3107 Organic seed packet. Huge, round to flattened–round, pinkish-orange fruits. Can reach 6 feet in diameter and 100 pounds or more. Excellent for prize pumpkins. This packet will plant approximately 3 hills. 3.00 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 RADISH Cherry Belle #3110 Organic seed packet. An All-American Selection! One of the earliest radishes. Its crisp, tender flesh and extremely attractive color make it highly desirable for the garden or greenhouse. High in vitamin C. This packet will plant approximately 14 foot row. 4.50 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 RADISH White Icicle #3113 Pkt Organic seed packet. A wonderful early white radish! Its flesh has a deliciously mild flavor, especially when harvested young. Very crisp and tender up to the length of 6 inches. High in vitamin C. This packet will plant approximately 11 foot row. 3.60 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 SPINACH Bloomsdale, Ling Standing #3121 Organic seed packet. A richly flavored spinach that is slower to bolt than other Bloomsdale types. Thick, crinkled, dark green leaves make it a favorite with gardeners everywhere. High in vitamins A, C, and B-complex. This packet will plant approximately 34 foot row. 6.00 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 SQUASH Black Beauty Zucchini #3124 Organic seed packet. An All-American Selection! A zucchini squash that is delicious when sliced and served fresh, fried, steamed, or simmered. Dark green fruits with creamy white flesh are best when 6 to 8 inches long. High in vitamin A. This packet will plant approximately 8 hills. 4.25 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 SQUASH Early Prolific Straightneck #3129 Organic seed packet. An All-American Selection! This exceptionally productive variety of summer squash bears fruits that can be eaten when 4 to 12 inches long. The flesh is tender and delicious High in vitamin A. This packet will plant approximately 9 hills. 4.25 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 SUNFLOWER, Mammoth #3001 Organic seed packet. Summer Annual. Stately sunflowers with enormous heads, more than 1 foot across. Sunflowers provide spectacular beauty first, then produce seeds for roasting

or to feed the birds. Each plant bears one huge, eye-catching bloom. Easy to grow. This is the Kansas state flower. 8.4 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 SWISS CHARD, Ruby #3132 Organic seed packet. A good yielder all summer and into the fall. The tender, sweet rhubarb-like stalks are ruby red. The bright color extends into the leaf veins of the dark green, heavily crumpled leaves. Delicious in salads or cooked. Very ornamental plants are 18-24 inches. This packet will plant approximately 45 foot row. 4.25 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 TOMATO Beefsteak #3140 Organic seed packet. Indeterminate. Extremely large-fruited beefsteak tomato with excellent vigor. High in vitamins A and C. An excellent slicing tomato that is popular with home gardeners. 600 mg. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 TOMATO Brandywine #3143 Organic seed packet. Indeterminate. One of the “heirloom” vegetables now available. Produces really tasty, large pink tomatoes truly worthy of growing. Fruits can weigh up to a pound. This packet will produce approximately 25 plants. 160 mg. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 TOMATO San Marzano #3148 Organic seed packet. Indeterminate. A heavy-yielding variety used for preserves, solid-pack canning, tomato paste and puree. Very little juice and of mild flavor. Mature fruits are 3 ½ inches long and 1 ½ inches thick. This packet will produce approximately 45 plants. 250 mg. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 TOMATO Sweetie #3151 Organic seed packet. Indeterminate. Deliciously sweet, bite-sized tomatoes can be used in salads or served on toothpicks as appetizers. Tall, vines produce a bountiful harvest all season. High in vitamins A and C. This packet will produce approximately 35 plants. 180 mg. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 TURNIP Purple Top White Globe #3154 Organic seed packet. This long time favorite is the most popular turnip for table use. The white flesh of its root is firm and fine-grained, and has a mild, sweet flavor. Most tender when roots are 2 to 2 1/2 inches in diameter. This packet will produce approximately 200 foot row. 4.80 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49 WATERMELON Moon & Stars #3159 Organic seed packet. A very unique variety with very sweet, bright red flesh. Legendary variety rediscovered in rural Missouri. Large oval fruits up to 40 pounds. The dark green skin is speckled with bright yellow splashes ranging from star to moon size. Leaves are also speckled. This packet will produce approximately 5 hills. 3.00 g. Ferry Morse Regular $2.79 Our price $1.49


								
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