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  • Beans- Yellow Seeds

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    Beans are an almost perfect food, as they form a complete protein when eaten with grains and are high in fiber, iron and essential minerals. Easy to grow, beans will benefit your garden as they possess the unique ability to convert nitrogen from the air into a form usable by plants. 50 days. The creamy yellow pods are 14cm (5 ½”) long, flat, straight and stringless. The 38-45cm (15-18”) high plants offer a heavy yield of tender, tasty beans.
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  • Beans-Green Seeds

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  • Beet- Cylindra Seeds

    Nutritious greens and tasty roots that are rich in Vitamin A, iron and potassium. Beets are very easy-to-grow and relatively pest and disease free! Cylindra beet are a very sweet heirloom, its cylindrical shape makes it very nice for pickling or slicing. The leaves of this beet are a little sweeter than most other beets, and are very nice as salad greens. Roots grow to 20cm (8") long, with dark red flesh.
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  • Beet- Detroit Dark Red Seeds

    Nutritious greens and tasty roots that are rich in Vitamin A, iron and potassium. Beets are very easy-to-grow and relatively pest and disease free! 57 days. This heirloom variety is well-known for its uniform rich red flesh and tasty globe-shaped roots that are flattened at the base. The large tops are an attractive deep green tinged with red and reach 40-45cm (16-18”) in height.
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  • Beets

    Grow your own delicious beets!
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  • Broccoli Seeds

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    Veseys Seeds. Good summer variety. Patron produces right 5-6'' domed heads with small beads, ensuring top quality after harvest and handling. Sturdy plants yield heads with slender stalks which require minimal trimming and provide ease of harvest. Mid-season maturity. Suitable for fresh market, bunching and crown cut. Tolerant to Downey Mildew. Maturity 58-60 days from transplanting.
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  • Broccoli- Raab Seeds

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    42 days. Also called rapini or broccoli rabe. This versatile variety is perfect for growing throughout the season. Actually a member of the turnip family, stalks, ruffled leaves and florets are all edible. The bitter stalks have a pungent taste, while the florets have a delicate flavour. Sow after the threat of last frost. Broccoli Raab likes cool temperatures for the best flavour.
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  • Brussel Sprouts- Long Island Improved Seeds

    Introduced in the 1890's Long Island is a favourite for flavour and reliability. Plants produce a heavy crop of fresh delicious "tiny cabbages" that improve in flavour after the first frost. Enjoy freshly steamed or freeze for garden flavour all winter long.Great to try even for a beginner. Plant early for late fall harvest.
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  • Cabbage- Red Acre Seeds

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    100 days. Deep red-purple heads grow 12-18cm(5-7") in diameter. Vigorous plants are easy-to-grow, but should be timed so heads mature in cool weather. The colourful, vitamin-rich heads have great flavour, perfect for adding colour to salads and slaws. Best red variety for storing.
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  • Cabbage- Savoy

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    Savoy cabbage grows 15x20cm (6x8") in size. Very sweet and great for coleslaw, sauerkraut and cabbage salads. Yellow-green in colour. Compact growth and small heads allow for planting close together. Normally heads weigh 1lb (500g). Early enough to mature in short season climates. Start indoors 4-6 weeks before planting out.
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  • Carrot Seed

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  • Cauliflower – Early Snowball Seeds

    An excellent variety for short season growing. An heirloom cauliflower, known as one of the best for taste and uniform production. Clusters are firm, tight and reach about 16cm (6"). Enjoy delicious florets steamed, pickled, raw in salads or with dips. Great for freezing. A good source of vitamin C, K as well as protein and fiber.
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  • Collards Seed

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    Slow to bolt. Grown for its large, dark-coloured flavourful, smooth leaves, collard greens can be picked from the bottom of the stalk and this hybrid may continue to produce greens well into the fall. They have an excellent storage capability in the refrigerator for up to 10 days. Use these leaves as an addition to any southern cuisine and also Portuguese soup called caldo verde. Days to maturity 55 days. Approximately 200 seeds/pkg.

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  • Cosmos- Sensation Mix Seeds

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    Cosmos will produce an abundance of colourful daisy-like blooms. Sow seed en masse for an outstanding display! This superior variety produces sizable bushy plants with delicate lacy foliage and large single flowers. The 10cm (4”) wide blooms are found in shades of crimson, white and pink, and borne on lofty 120-150cm (48-60”) tall plants
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  • Cucuamelon Seeds

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    65-85 Days. Grape-size watermelons. These tiny watermelon look-a-likes have a refreshing flavour. Their lush vines will produce masses of fruit through out the summer with a cucumber-lime taste. Ready when they are grape-sized and till firm to the touch. Easy to grow and vigorous climber or trailer. Pest and drought resistant.
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  • Cucumber Seeds

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    Sliced, pickled, or pulled right off the vine, you'll enjoy the unmistakable flavour of cucumbers! Cucumbers are so easy to grow you can plant your cucumber seeds on hills, in rows, up trellises, or in containers.
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  • Herb Seeds

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  • Kale Seeds

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  • Leek Seed

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  • Lettuce Seeds

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    Grow your own fresh salads!
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  • Lettuce- Buttercrunch Seeds

    65 days. A long-standing Bibb-type lettuce, Buttercrunch offers tasty deep green leaves that are smooth, firm and crunchy. The medium-sized heads are very slow to bolt in hot weather.
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  • Lettuce- Grand Rapids Seeds

    Lettuce is one of the easiest vegetables to grow! 45 days. Grand Rapids is the most popular loose-leaf variety. It boasts large, compact bright green leaves that are curly and well flavored.
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  • Lupine-Russel Hybrid Seeds

    An easy to grow annual variety of the popular maritime plant that is good planted as a backdrop.
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  • Marigold- Dwarf Petite Mix Seeds

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    Dependable free-blooming annuals that offer bright color all summer long. African varieties have large yellow or orange colored flowers and are ideal for adding impact in the garden. French Marigolds have a dwarf plant habit, beautifully striped blooms and are perfect for flower beds, window boxes or containers. Marigolds thrive in full sun and a light soil. The lovely yellow and orange flowers of this dwarf French marigold resemble miniature carnations and are borne on 30cm (12”) tall plants.
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  • Mesclun Mix Seeds

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  • Nasturtium Seed

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    Easy to grow, ornamental, edible, extremely vibrant and showy multiple shades... what more could you want in an annual? Nasturtiums are loved by many and are considered to also aid in deterring pests from gardens. These low maintenance plants are also a great solution in poor, dry locations and do best if just left to naturally grow.
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  • Nicotiana Seed

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    Nicotiana alata. A profusion of perky star-shaped flowers, held well above the foliage, that exude a delicate fragrance in the evening. Flowering all summer long. Mix includes 7 colors: white, bright rose, red, deep purple, blue, lime and antique lime. Grows 14”- 16” high and 10” wide. Start early indoors. Pelleted seed. Approximately 50 seeds//pkg.
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  • Onion Seed

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  • Oriental Greens- Mizuna

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    A slender leafed and mild flavoured salad green. Mixed with your favourite leaf lettuce and top with a zesty dressing for an appealing gourmet salad. Harvest when plants are still small for mildest flavour. Will regrow when cut.
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  • Parsnip Seed

    Longtime favourite. Harris Model is a well established variety, known to most gardeners as the standard by which other parsnip varieties are judged. Smooth, sweet flavoured white roots with fine grained flesh. Maturity approximately 110 - 120 days. Approx. 1000 seeds/pkg.
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  • Pea Seeds

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  • Peppers- California Wonder Seeds

    California Wonder is the traditional pepper for stuffing, frying, or slicing. The blocky lobed fruit can be picked green or left to mature into red. Regardless of what stage you pick this delicious pepper, the flavour is sweet, mild and juicy. Peppers like a hot growing season so choose a sunny location or grow in pots.
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  • Peppers-Jalapeno Seeds

    70 days. A good mild, warm chili flavour. A superb variety producing 9-10cm(3-4") long, green through to red fruits that can be eaten at any time. Plants produces good yields.
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  • Radish Seeds

    Vesey's Top Pick! Performs even under warm summer weather conditions. Red Rover, call this radish over! This hybrid was a top performer in Veseys trials in both an early and late planting as it provided consistent even growth and good strong stems. Rover has a smooth, dark red, uniform root with a crisp white interior that is tasty and mild. Early and later to bolt then other varieties. Matures in 21 days. Approx. 500 seeds/pkg.
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  • Salad Greens- Sylvetta

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    Wild type arugula. Sylvetta is more deeply serrated than regular arugula and has a deeper, more pungent taste. A real gourmet treat.
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  • Spinach- Avon

    Very bolt resistant. This quick growing hybrid variety has superb flavour. The large semi savoy leaves are dark green. Upright leaves make for easier harvest. Can be sown for both spring and fall harvest and is very bolt resistant. Matures in 44 days.
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  • Spinach- Bloomsdale Seeds

    Spinach is one of the easiest greens you can grow. Bloomsdale produces thick dark green glossy leaves that are slightly crinkled. Flavour and texture is reminiscent of Swiss Chard. Sweet and delicious, enjoy large leaves raw or cooked. Spinach is perfect for cool climates; plant in spring or fall.
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  • Sunflower Seeds

    Sunflowers can reliably turn any frown upside down. Bright and cheery annual blossoms that start to flower in mid summer bring a smile no matter what colour or size you choose to grow. Sunflowers can be planted in so many ways, even as a small flowering hedge that gives continuous colour right into the fall. Grow large types as cutflowers or dry for seed to feed the birds. Sunflowers are known to captivate many different types of beneficial insects, especially bees and monarch butterflies. Plant in full sun for best impact.
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  • Sweet Corn- Honey & Cream

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    This bi-color, heirloom variety has plump juicy kernels 7.5" long. A sweet, delicious combination of yellow and white! Stalks grow 2 meters tall. Plant in rows of at least 4 to provide adequate wind pollination. Honey and Cream is a great variety for freezing.
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  • Swiss Chard- Fordhook Giant

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    A popular and well known Swiss Chard. This vigorous variety is noted for its dark green deeply savoyed leaves and thick white stems. Tall plants (22-27") have a nice mild flavour. Matures in 60-62 days.
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  • Turnip- Purple Prince

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    Fast maturing summer turnip. This globe shaped summer hybrid has beautiful bright purple shoulders and white bottom roots. Earlier maturing and more consistent in size when compared to older varieties. It has vigorous dark green foliage, which is also suitable for greens. Purple Prince is high yielding and is best to harvest when the roots are 6". Its smooth, tasty flavour and crispy texture are sure to delight your tastebuds. 55 days to maturity.
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  • Yellow Turnip (Rutabaga)

    Maritime favourite. Excellent winter storage rutabaga. Smooth, uniform, fine quality roots with deep purple shoulders. Flesh is creamy yellow with extra fine flavour. Resistant to some races of club root. York has been the Grand Champion at the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto. Untreated seed has approx. 1200 seeds/pkg. Maturity 115-120 days.
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