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  1. Green Globe Improved

    GREEN GLOBE IMPROVED ARTICHOKE

    HEIRLOOM 1863 For a century and a half this artichoke has been the standard variety in the west. It produces an abundance of "chokes" over a number of years given the right environmental factors. Plants are dark green, of medium height, and buds are an elongated oval with somewhat spiny scales. 25 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  2. Violetto Artichoke

    VIOLETTO ARTICHOKE (60 days)

    Beautiful purple heads of artichokes look like flowers on these plants. Fruit is more elongated than the green globe type. There is some variation in the seed and the Italian supplier recommends removing any weedy looking seedlings before setting out, in order to get the best crop. Start indoors in late winter for a mid-summer crop even in Maine. In Italy, which is Zones 8-10, the plants are started in spring and transplanted in autumn. 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

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  3. Imperial Star in Basket

    IMPERIAL STAR ARTICHOKE

    This hybrid artichoke was bred to be grown as an annual even in our northern climate. To force artichokes as an annual, germinate at warm temperatures and keep them warm until they produce their second set of leaves. You then move them to a cool place (above freezing) until set out in May. This tricks them into thinking they have gone through a winter and they will produce like a 2 year old plant. The flavor of fresh artichokes is superior to anything you will find in the store. 12 seeds. Learn More
    $2.25

  4. MARY WASHINGTON ASPARAGUS

    MARY WASHINGTON ASPARAGUS (heirloom)

    As late as 1869 seedsman Peter Henderson maintained that there were no separate varieties of asparagus and that differences were based on soil conditions. He later changed his mind. The Mary and Martha Washington varieties were developed around 1900 for greater disease resistance. From the 1930 DM Ferry seed catalog: "A vigorous growing and productive asparagus bred to resist the disease known as Asparagus Rust". Mary is a selection from Martha and is earlier and more robust. Stalks are slightly oval and of fine quality. 25 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  5. Indy Gold Bean

    INDY GOLD BEAN (56 days) *SOLD OUT*

    Yellow Bush Bean. After a one year absence this popular wax bean is back in the catalog. The bright gold beans are held high on the plants for ease of picking. Yields are abundant to put it mildly. Pinetree cooks recommend that you try this variety parboiled and then fried with oil and garlic. 2 oz packet (approx. 180 seeds) Learn More

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  6. Maxibel Bush Bean

    MAXIBEL BUSH BEAN (59 days)

    A full sized haricot vert, 7 inches long. The thin, elegant green pods are borne in a concentrated set for ease of picking. A high yielding variety with a good, rich bean flavor. Back by popular demand. 1 oz packet (approx. 100 seeds) Learn More
    $1.95

  7. Black Valentine Bean

    BLACK VALENTINE BEAN (heirloom)

    Green Bush Bean. HEIRLOOM pre-1850 This much-sought-after heirloom has bright green 6" pods containing black seeds. They are equally tasty as a fresh snap bean, or dried for winter use. 2 oz packet (approx. 175 seeds) Learn More
    $1.50

  8. Bountiful Bush Bean

    BOUNTIFUL BEAN (46 days heirloom)

    Green Bush Bean. HEIRLOOM 1898 This is a very early and useful flat bean. The pods are about 6 inches long and borne over a relatively long period of time. Both foliage and beans are a lighter green in color than most others. I like to use this variety for those extra early summer harvests and also the late summer plantings. Excellent canner, freezing just OK. 2 oz packet (approx. 190 seeds) Learn More
    $1.50

  9. Serengeti Bean

    SERENGETI BEAN (55 days)

    Germ 4-10 days. An outstanding, high yielding fancy french filet bean. Long and lean, smooth medium green colored beans are 6 inches long on strong upright plants. Uniform and attractive pods make a great meal and present beautifully on a plate. 150 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

  10. KENTUCKY BLUE BEAN  (62 days)

    KENTUCKY BLUE BEAN (62 days)

    Pole Bean. The All American Award Winner for 1991, this bean is the result of the breeding work of Dr. Calvin Lamborn who is also represented in these pages as the developer of Sugar Snap Peas. As the name attests, this bean combines the positive characteristics of Kentucky Wonder and Blue Lake beans in a symbiosis wherein the child is an improvement upon both parents. The vigorous vines produce an abundance of exceptionally flavorful nearly straight pods. Beans are best harvested at the 7 inch size. 2 oz packet (approx. 200 seeds) Learn More
    $1.95

  11. HENDERSON LIMA BEAN (68 days heirloom) **sold out*

    HENDERSON LIMA BEAN (68 days heirloom) **sold out*

    HEIRLOOM 1889 The most common bush lima, this is also the earliest and most prolific. It requires more space than bush green beans but is still remarkably compact. Yield is continuous until frost. Pods and beans are relatively small. Can be dried as well as shelled. 2 oz packet (approx. 120 seeds) Learn More

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  12. McCaslan Bean

    MCCASLAN BEAN (heirloom)

    Pole Bean. HEIRLOOM 1920s Listed in the 1930 DM Ferry seed catalog as "a white seeded pole bean of recent introduction". A vigorous and productive variety. The pods are about 8 inches in length, slightly flattened, fleshy and delicious. 1 oz packet (approx. 80 seeds) Learn More
    $1.75

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