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  • Fennel Florence

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    Fennel Florence

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    Fennel is both an herb and a vegetable.  You can eat the plant itself or you can let it go to seed and save the seeds as a spice.   The foliage can grow up to 6 feet tall.  It should not be grown near dill as it will cross-pollinate.   The seeds have a flavor like an anise or licorice.

    Germination rate 80%,

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  • Fish Pepper

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    Fish Pepper

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    Fish peppers are really pretty with variegated coloring.  It starts green with white areas, then the white goes yellow and then orange, and eventually, the entire pepper turns red. The Fish Pepper has a Scoville of between 5,000 and 50,000 units being a medium-hot pepper.  The pepper originated in Baltimore and was used to make a white pepper sauce that was served with fish or seafood. Its roots reach back into the 19 century.  The pepper can be grown in containers or in the ground. It is not huge in stature but puts out a lot of 2-inch peppers.
    Germination rate 90%,

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  • Forever Dill

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    Forever Dill

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    Forever dill is a giant dill that produces 5 to 6 foot high flowers with plenty of leaf for canning, cooking or eating fresh. The seeds are great to use in cooking or canning as well.  The plant will seed itself and come back year after year giving you two to three crops each season.  This dill has been growing in my garden for many years and is a great producer with lovely flavor and flowers that draw in pollinators.

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  • Fred Tomato Seeds

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    Fred Tomato Seeds

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    This is an heirloom to our rescue program.  The tomato came from a fellow farmer at the Columbia Farmers Market.  It is his family’s heirloom tomato from the Mid-Missouri Glasgow area.  The tomato is larger than a normal plum tomato that is good for canning and cooking as well as eating fresh.  The Fred is a weird plant that has really small leaves and lanky limbs.  The tomatoes take a while to come in, and they are really large.

    The Fred was named after the Missouri Extension Agent that developed the tomato in the ’50s adapting it to Missouri. We are the only known source for these seeds.

    These seeds have a lower germination rate and each tomato has very few seeds.  So there are only 12 seeds per pack.

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  • French Breakfast Radish

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    French Breakfast Radish

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    The French Breakfast is a classic red with white tip elongated radish.  It is done at 1 3/4 inches long and about 1 inch wide.  They are crisp and grow fast in a suburban garden.  The radish is best as a spring and fall crop some times bolting in the summer heat.

    Germination rate 90%

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  • Furry Yellow Hog Tomato Seed

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    Furry Yellow Hog Tomato Seed

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    The Fuzzy Yellow Hog is a very rare tomato that actually has fuzzy skin on the outside. The tomatoes are about 8 oz and have a mild flavor.  They are a treat to grow and keep your garden guests guessing.  The tomato is indeterminate that matures after 69 to 80 days.

    Each package only had 8 seeds as these are very rare and tomatoes do not produce a lot of seeds.

    Germination Rate 75%

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  • Genovese Basil Seed

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    Genovese Basil Seed

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    Sweet Basil Plants are a warm-season annual. They will not winter over. They do well in containers or in the ground.  Pinch off the blooms to make more leaves grow.   The plants get about 24 to 30 inches high with long columns of blooms that attract the pollinators.  It is thought that growing them besides tomatoes helps both plants yield and flavor.

    Germination rate 85%

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  • Giant Cayenne Pepper Seeds

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    Giant Cayenne Pepper Seeds

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    Slender, long peppers turn bright red and are very hot.  The peppers will get about three times as long as usual cayenne pepper without any reduction in heat.  The 2-feet tall plants are vigorous and productive. This heirloom has been popular for many years for drying, using as a spice, and also used medicinally.  Unless you use a lot of cayenne you will have all you need from one plant.

    95% germination rate

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  • Giant of Italy Flat Leaf Parsley Seed

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    Giant of Italy Flat Leaf Parsley Seed

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    Italian flat-leaf parsley is a very versatile herb that most people find an asset to their garden and kitchen. They take a while to germinate, so you are better off buying these as a plant than starting them yourself.  The plain, dark green, deeply cut, curly leaves are rich in flavor. These vigorous 12 in. erect plants have large, plain, flat, glossy dark green leaves, long stems, and more flavor than the curled type.

    The plant is from Italy and looks like cilantro but does not taste like it. it is high in vitamin A, C, and E.  It is great to cook with and can take the bitterness out of dishes as you cook.  It can grow in containers or in the ground.  It will winter over in zones 7 and up.

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  • Giant Serrano Pepper Seed

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    Giant Serrano Pepper Seed

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    These seeds are a result of a cross that happened in our gardens. It is a Serrano that is about twice the size of a regular Serrano. The fruit gets about 5 inches long.  It has the same flavor, heat, and thick meat as a regular Serrano. This plant gets a good bit bigger than the usual small Serrano bush and puts out a good crop of these Giant Serrano peppers.  The Serrano pepper has a Scoville rating of between 10,000 to 13,000 so is a medium-hot pepper.  These are great in a pot or in the ground.
    Germination rate 95%,

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  • Green Ice Leaf Lettuce

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    Green Ice Leaf Lettuce

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    50-Day Leaf Lettuce that lets you harvest several times as you cut leaves.  Plants are about 8 inches wide and vigorous.  The leaves are crispy and great for salads or garnish.

    It is very fast to mature and grows well in cold temps or early in the spring and late in the fall.

    Germination rate 85%

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  • Green Sprouting Broccoli

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    Green Sprouting Broccoli

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    Green Sprouting Broccoli produces in 65-80 days.  It makes nice heads between 5 and 8 inches in size.   It is succulent and has lots of nice side shoots.  Start in early spring to take sure you get full heads before the summer heat comes on.

     The germination rate of 90%

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