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All about… BeSweet 2015 Edamame Soybean

Edamame Soybeans not only taste great–they are also quite nutritious! If you have never tried these soybeans, you are definitely missing out on a healthy, yummy snack. Edamame Soybeans should be picked before they are fully mature. This means harvesting … Continue reading

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All about… Spring Rapini (Raab)

Spring Rapini (also known as Raab) is often associated with broccoli due to many similar traits they share. In fact, raab is related to turnips and isn’t actually broccoli. Spring Rapini raab produces flowering heads that look a lot like … Continue reading

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All about… Supersweet 100 Tomato

Cherry-type tomatoes are a favorite for many gardeners for various reasons. These bite-sized fruits are ready to eat earlier than large tomatoes. They are also conveniently sized for snacking. And, these little tomatoes are often exceptionally sweet and flavorful. Supersweet … Continue reading

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All about… Oakleaf Lettuce

Lettuce leaves can be found in various shapes, sizes, and colors. Combining different kinds of lettuce together can create an attractive and unique salad. so it’s a good idea to grow a range of lettuce types. Oakleaf lettuce is a … Continue reading

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All about… Goliath Tomato

Goliath hybrid tomatoes are an early variety, showing up sooner than many other tomatoes in the garden. This indeterminate tomato plant produces large yields of big tomatoes that can weigh around a pound each! These are a wonderful choice and … Continue reading

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All about… Greek Oregano

The smell of tomato sauce simmering; freshly baked pizza; warm pasta mixed with herbs…all of these have something in common: oregano! Highly aromatic and full of delicious flavor, Greek Oregano is an important addition to many Italian dishes and it … Continue reading

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All about… Amish Paste Tomato

The Amish Paste Tomato is a productive heirloom variety that was discovered in Wisconsin and originated in Pennsylvania. This paste tomato (meaning a tomato with few seeds that is especially suitable for pastes and sauces) is perfect for cooking or … Continue reading

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All about… Slow Bolt Cilantro

Cilantro, also known as Coriander, is grown for its distinctly flavored green leaves. This foliage is often used in Mexican and Asian cuisine, and is found in many types of salsa. It adds a fresh, unique taste to recipes. Cilantro … Continue reading

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All about… Triple Moss Curled Parsley

Triple Moss Curled Parsley is a decorative and delicious herb. Although parsley is often used as a garnish—and it does look elegant on a plate—it is also a valuable ingredient. The bright green, curled leaves of Triple Moss Curled Parsley … Continue reading

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All about… Ace 55 Tomato

Do you dislike the acidity often found in tomatoes? Ace 55 is a low-acid choice that is ideal for people who avoid acidic tomatoes.  Not only that, but it is also hearty and delicious as well as resistant to Verticillium … Continue reading

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