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  • Vates Blue Curled Scottish Kale

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    Vates Blue Curled Scottish Kale

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    Vates Blue Scottish Curled Kale has large curly leaves and spreads up to 35 inches wide.  Kale is a bi-annual that seeds in the second year. This Kale will start putting out young leaves within 60 days and will continue to put out leaves until well after frost.  This kale will withstand some shade.

    Germination Rate 85%,

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  • Vegetable Spaghetti Squash

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    Vegetable Spaghetti Squash

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    The Vegetable spaghetti squash is a winter squash that grows 3 to 4 pound fruit.  The inside pulls out like spaghetti.  This is a 100 day squash. It will last for several months in a cool dry place after harvest.

    Germination rate 90%

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  • Virginia Jumbo Peanuts

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    Virginia Jumbo Peanuts

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    How to Sow Peanuts

    • Peanuts need a long, hot growing season to fully mature. They will not fully mature in areas that do not have at least 4-5 months of frost-free weather.
    • Sow seeds directly outdoors after the last frost.
    • Plant in full sun in loose, well-drained soil. Peanuts prefer slightly alkaline soil.
    • Prepare the bed by turning the soil under to a depth of 8 inches. Level with a rake to remove clumps of grass and stones.
    • Shell the seeds before sowing. Be careful to not damage the skin on the seeds.
    • Create a furrow 2 inches deep and sow seeds 4-6 inches apart, being careful not to damage the tender seeds.
    • Space rows 3 feet apart.
    • Seeds germinate in 10-15 days.
    • When plants are 2 inches tall, thin stand to 8-12 inches apart. Vines spread to 3 ½ feet.

    Harvest:

    • Dig up the entire plant and hang, with peanuts attached, in a dry airy location, or on poles outside to cure.
    • Allow curing for 2-4 weeks.
    • When well-dried, shake off the soil from the pods and shell before eating.
    • Roast peanuts before eating as fresh nuts are not as flavorful.

    Germination 80%,  

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  • Waltham Butternut Squash

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    Waltham Butternut Squash

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    The Waltham Butternut Squash is 110 days heirloom. Large fruit turn to a pale yellow-orange color. Flesh is sweet and fine textured. They are great for baking and put out a lot of fruit.  They are reasonably resistant to bugs and tend to solider along through challenges.  These vines will grow rather long so be prepared to stake them of let them climb over a structure or two.

    Germination rate 90%

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  • Watermelon Radish

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    Watermelon Radish

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    Beautiful Watermelon Radishes are delicious and mild with purple meat and a while outer ring.  They are great for fermenting with some Ume vinegar.  Enjoy some color in your salads and flavor in your cooking.

    Germination rate 90%

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  • White Stem Pak Choi

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    White Stem Pak Choi

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    White Stem Pak Choi is a tender Chinese cabbage with white crispy sides.  It is cold tolerant but will bolt in high heat, so plant in early spring.  It likes full sun to part shade, so you can plant this in borders as a decorative and edible design element.  It grows to full size in just 45 days and can read 14-18 inches in height.  Harvest smaller for more tender leaves.

    The germination rate of 83%

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  • Zulu Pepper Seeds

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    Zulu Pepper Seeds

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    The Zulu Pepper is a sweet pepper with a deep black color.  It has a flavorful pepper with does not have the rip of heat. It is from Poland and is great for salads.  The peppers are a full-size bell pepper and are great roasted and in salads.  Rare pepper seeds only have 12 seeds per packages.

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