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  1. BANANA FINGERLING POTATO ***Sold Out***

    BANANA FINGERLING POTATO ***Sold Out***

    (100-125 DAYS) (LIVE TUBER) Heirloom A very popular fingerling with a slightly curved fin- ger shape. Light yellow flesh has a smooth, creamy texture. Excellent boiled or for home fries. Learn More

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  2. ROSE FINN APPLE FINGERLING POTATO

    ROSE FINN APPLE FINGERLING POTATO

    (100-125 DAYS) (LIVE TUBER) Heirloom Beautiful translucent rose-tinted skin with a creamy-yellow flesh. Exceptional waxy texture has a distinctive nutty flavor. Best boiled or roasted. Learn More

    Starting at: $7.95

  3. CRIMSON RED RHUBARB ***Sold Out***

    CRIMSON RED RHUBARB ***Sold Out***

    (LIVE ROOT) One of the first fresh produce you can gather from your garden in the springtime. Produces large, brightly colored stalks that are not stringy. Zones 3-7 Learn More

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  4. RAMPS ***Sold Out***

    RAMPS ***Sold Out***

    (LIVE PLANT) (ALLIUM TRICOCCUM) One of the earliest woodland plants to poke out after the winter sea- son these fresh greens have a sweet onion flavor and a garlic scent. They grow naturally under a deciduous forest canopy. Flowers early summer, dropping seed to encourage naturalization. Learn More

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  5. LAUREN RASPBERRY

    LAUREN RASPBERRY

    (LIVE PLANT) Extra long harvest (4 weeks), extra large fruit and extra sweet flavor! Summer bearing floricane, (bears fruit on 2nd year wood), easy to manage with minimal suckering. Zone 5-7 Learn More

    Starting at: $14.95

  6. HIMBO TOP RASPBERRY

    HIMBO TOP RASPBERRY

    (LIVE PLANT) One of the top producers of fall raspberries, this vigorous primocane is extremely hardy. Exceedingly large, bright red berries are easy to pick. Zone 4-8 Learn More

    Starting at: $14.95

  7. MILLENIUM ASPARAGUS ***Sold Out***

    MILLENIUM ASPARAGUS ***Sold Out***

    One of the highest yielding all male varieties available. Superb longevity. Harvest over an extended period once established. Tolerant to heavier soils. All male varieties will pro- duce flowers but no berries. Zones 3-8 SHIPS MID-MARCH THROUGH EARLY MAY Learn More

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  8. PURPLE PASSION ASPARAGUS

    PURPLE PASSION ASPARAGUS

    Sweet and tender spears have a higher sugar content than green asparagus making this a favorite of the home gardener. The deep burgundy color and tender texture is almost completely stringless (young spears are often eaten raw). Zones 4-9. SHIPS MID-MARCH THROUGH EARLY MAY Learn More

    Starting at: $12.49

  9. EARLIGLOW STRAWBERRY

    EARLIGLOW STRAWBERRY

    (LIVE PLANT) One of the earliest strawberry’s on the market today. It’s medi- um-large sized fruit is uniform and exceptionally sweet. Freezes Well. Zone 4-8 SHIPS MID-MARCH THROUGH EARLY MAY Learn More

    Starting at: $7.99

  10. JEWEL STRAWBERRY

    JEWEL STRAWBERRY

    (LIVE PLANT) Begins producing 2 weeks after Earliglow, giving you continued harvest. The large fruit stores very well after picking. Great fresh or for preserving. Zone 4-8 SHIPS MID-MARCH THROUGH EARLY MAY Learn More

    Starting at: $7.99

  11. MARA DES BOIS STRAWBERRY

    MARA DES BOIS STRAWBERRY

    (LIVE PLANT) Ever-bearing type bearing fruit from spring until fall. Produces small-medium sized fruit with exceptional flavor and fragrance. Great container plant. Zone 4-8 SHIPS MID-MARCH THROUGH EARLY MAY Learn More

    Starting at: $7.99

  12. BEAUREGARD SWEET POTATO

    BEAUREGARD SWEET POTATO

    (LIVE PLANT) Heavy yielding, vine type, developed at Louisiana State University. Copper skin, moderately deep orange flesh, and consistent in shape. Tolerant to soil pox and does not crack open. Out yields all other sweet potatoes. Learn More

    Starting at: $17.95

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