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Heirloom Beans
Fin De Bagnol
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Delicious round slender pods. Best for eating when picked every 2 or 3 days while still very young and before strings develop. Photo courtesy of Burpee
Kentucky Wonder
Kentucky Wonder Image
4"-5", climbing. Photo courtesy of Burpee
Painted Pony
Painted Pony Image
60-80 days to harvest. Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange
Heirloom Cantaloupe
Minnesota Midget
Minnesota Midget Image
Photo courtesy of Burpee
Heirloom Cucumber
Japanese Climbing
Japanese Climbing Image
Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange
Parisian Pickling
Parisian Pickling Image
Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange
Heirloom Eggplant
Florida High Bush
Florida High Bush Image
70-86 days to harvest. Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Night Shadow
Night Shadow Image
75 days to maturity.
Pingtung Long
Pingtung Long Image
65 days to maturity. Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Heirloom Pea
Tom Thumb
Tom Thumb Image
Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange
Heirloom Peppers
Aji Crystal
Aji Crystal Image
The plant produces good yields of 3 ½” long by 1 ½” wide hot peppers. Peppers are hot and turn from light green to pale yellow, to red when mature. The plant has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers. Excellent for making salsa Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Ancho Gigantea
Ancho Gigantea Image
Dark green, heart-shaped, 3″ by 4″ almost black fruits. Called Poblano when fresh and green, and Ancho when red and dried. The standard Mexican variety used for sauces and stuffing, distinctive rich flavor without too much heat.
Beaver Dam
Beaver Dam Image
They ripen from lime-green to red.  The crunchy fruits are mildly hot and when seeded, they hold an excellent flavor.  Rated as 3 on a heat scale of 1-5, the Beaver Dam is great for making fresh batches of cool and tangy salsas. Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Buran
Buran Image
The plant produces good yields of 4″ long by 3″ wide sweet peppers. Peppers are extremely sweet and turn from green to red when mature. Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Carmen Hybrid
Carmen Hybrid Image
Photo courtesy of Burpee
Chervena Chushka
Chervena Chushka Image
Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Georgia Flame
Georgia Flame Image
The Georgia Flame pepper is a 10-15 cm, bright red chile, with a mild, spicy flavor. Peppers grow nice and bulky in size, usually with few seeds. Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Giant Marconi
Giant Marconi Image
The plant produces excellent yields of huge 8″ long by 3″ wide sweet peppers. Peppers turn from green to red when mature. Does well in extreme weather conditions. Used in salads, stir fry, roasting, or stuffed chervena chushka
Jimmy Nardello’s
Jimmy Nardello’s Image
The Jimmy Nardello’s pepper is sweet and light when eaten raw. It is considered one of the very best frying peppers as its fruity raw flavor becomes perfectly creamy and soft when fried. Photo courtesy of Burpee
Mini Red Bell
Mini Red Bell Image
Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Mini Yellow Bell
Mucho Nacho
Mucho Nacho Image
Photo courtesy of Ball Seed
Pepperoncini
Serrano Del Sol
Toli’s Sweet Italian
Toli’s Sweet Italian Image
Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Yummy Orange
Yummy Orange Image
Photo courtesy of Burpee
King of the North
King of the North Image
Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Carolina Reaper
Heirloom Tomatoes
Amish Paste
Amish Paste Image
Bright red 8-12 ounce fruits vary in shape from oxheart to rounded plum. Delicious flesh is juicy and meaty, excellent for sauce or fresh eating. Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Big Rainbow
Big Rainbow Image
The flesh inside is marbled with red in the bottom half of the fruit. It has a big, lumpy beefsteak shape with a very mild and sweet flavor
Black From Tula
Black From Tula Image
Deep, rich flavor. Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Black Krim
Brandywine (Suddath Strain)
Brandywine (Suddath Strain) Image
One taste and you’ll be enchanted by its superb flavor and luscious shade of red-pink. The large, beefsteak-shaped fruits grow on unusually upright, potato-leaved plants. Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Brandywine Black
Brandywine Yellow
Brandywine Yellow Image
Excellent choice for home gardens.   It has the rich old-fashioned tomato flavor. Perfect for sandwiches, salads, and slicing.
Caspian Pink
Cherokee Purple
Cherry Roma
Current Sweet Pea
Dr. Wyche’s Yellow
German Pink
Green Zebra
Hawaiian Pineapple
Hungarian Heart
Hungarian Heart Image
Tomatoes are very flavorful and have very few seeds. Excellent for slicing, sauce, and paste. Good canning variety. Crack Resistant.
Italian Heirloom
John Baer
Kanner Hoell
Kellogg’s Breakfast
Kentucky Beefsteak
Mortagage Lifter
Mortagage Lifter Image
Photo courtesy of Burpee
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Heirloom Beans
Fin De Bagnol Image
Fin De Bagnol
Delicious round slender pods. Best for eating when picked every 2 or 3 days while still very young and before strings develop. Photo courtesy of Burpee
Kentucky Wonder Image
Kentucky Wonder
4"-5", climbing. Photo courtesy of Burpee
Painted Pony Image
Painted Pony
60-80 days to harvest. Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange
Heirloom Cantaloupe
Minnesota Midget Image
Minnesota Midget
Photo courtesy of Burpee
Heirloom Cucumber
Japanese Climbing Image
Japanese Climbing
Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange
Parisian Pickling Image
Parisian Pickling
Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange
Heirloom Eggplant
Florida High Bush Image
Florida High Bush
70-86 days to harvest. Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Night Shadow Image
Night Shadow
75 days to maturity.
Pingtung Long Image
Pingtung Long
65 days to maturity. Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Heirloom Pea
Tom Thumb Image
Tom Thumb
Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange
Heirloom Peppers
Aji Crystal Image
Aji Crystal
The plant produces good yields of 3 ½” long by 1 ½” wide hot peppers. Peppers are hot and turn from light green to pale yellow, to red when mature. The plant has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers. Excellent for making salsa... Read More
Ancho Gigantea Image
Ancho Gigantea
Dark green, heart-shaped, 3″ by 4″ almost black fruits. Called Poblano when fresh and green, and Ancho when red and dried. The standard Mexican variety used for sauces and stuffing, distinctive rich flavor without too much heat.
Beaver Dam Image
Beaver Dam
They ripen from lime-green to red.  The crunchy fruits are mildly hot and when seeded, they hold an excellent flavor.  Rated as 3 on a heat scale of 1-5, the Beaver Dam is great for making fresh batches of cool and tangy salsas. Photo cou... Read More
Buran Image
Buran
The plant produces good yields of 4″ long by 3″ wide sweet peppers. Peppers are extremely sweet and turn from green to red when mature. Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Carmen Hybrid Image
Carmen Hybrid
Photo courtesy of Burpee
Chervena Chushka Image
Chervena Chushka
Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Georgia Flame Image
Georgia Flame
The Georgia Flame pepper is a 10-15 cm, bright red chile, with a mild, spicy flavor. Peppers grow nice and bulky in size, usually with few seeds. Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Giant Marconi Image
Giant Marconi
The plant produces excellent yields of huge 8″ long by 3″ wide sweet peppers. Peppers turn from green to red when mature. Does well in extreme weather conditions. Used in salads, stir fry, roasting, or stuffed chervena chushka
Jimmy Nardello’s Image
Jimmy Nardello’s
The Jimmy Nardello’s pepper is sweet and light when eaten raw. It is considered one of the very best frying peppers as its fruity raw flavor becomes perfectly creamy and soft when fried. Photo courtesy of Burpee
Mini Red Bell Image
Mini Red Bell
Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Mucho Nacho Image
Mucho Nacho
Photo courtesy of Ball Seed
Toli’s Sweet Italian Image
Toli’s Sweet Italian
Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Yummy Orange Image
Yummy Orange
Photo courtesy of Burpee
King of the North Image
King of the North
Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Heirloom Tomatoes
Amish Paste Image
Amish Paste
Bright red 8-12 ounce fruits vary in shape from oxheart to rounded plum. Delicious flesh is juicy and meaty, excellent for sauce or fresh eating. Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Big Rainbow Image
Big Rainbow
The flesh inside is marbled with red in the bottom half of the fruit. It has a big, lumpy beefsteak shape with a very mild and sweet flavor
Black From Tula Image
Black From Tula
Deep, rich flavor. Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Brandywine (Suddath Strain) Image
Brandywine (Suddath Strain)
One taste and you’ll be enchanted by its superb flavor and luscious shade of red-pink. The large, beefsteak-shaped fruits grow on unusually upright, potato-leaved plants. Photo courtesy of Seed Savers Exchange.
Brandywine Yellow Image
Brandywine Yellow
Excellent choice for home gardens.   It has the rich old-fashioned tomato flavor. Perfect for sandwiches, salads, and slicing.
Hungarian Heart Image
Hungarian Heart
Tomatoes are very flavorful and have very few seeds. Excellent for slicing, sauce, and paste. Good canning variety. Crack Resistant.
Mortagage Lifter Image
Mortagage Lifter
Photo courtesy of Burpee
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