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Fall Vegetables

These are cold-tolerant vegetables, suitable for a fall garden in northern climates, or fall to winter gardening in southern areas.  Many of these vegetables will overwinter in the north, providing fresh vegetables very early in the spring.  Check out the fall garden collections if you can't decide!

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  • Waltham Broccoli
    $2.00 Waltham Broccoli
    85-92 day.   A good choice for fall harvest, Waltham was developed around 1950 in Massachusetts.  It produces a nice, compact central head and lots of side shoots.   Minimum of 200 seeds per packet...
  • White Albino Beet
    $3.00 White Albino Beet
    50 days.  Mild and sweet, this round beet has beautiful white flesh for a truly unique addition to your garden.  Originally from Holland, this gourmet treat is perfect for the food enthusiast or the parent who just...
  • Winter Density Lettuce
    $3.00 Winter Density Lettuce
    65 day.  A very early and compact romaine.  It is crisp, sweet and delicious.  Winter Density is a good choice for overwintering in the garden.  It has dark green leaves and a densely packed eight inch...
  • California Early Organic Garlic - Oct Delivery
    $12.00 California Early Organic Garlic - Oct Delivery
    SOLD OUT FOR 2014! California Early is the most commonly grown garlic in the United States.  It is easy to grow, with a mild flavor and good storability. FREE SHIPPING ON ALL...
  • Music Garlic * - Oct Delivery
    $12.00 Music Garlic * - Oct Delivery
    SOLD OUT FOR 2014 Music is one of the earliest garlic varieties.  It has large cloves that are easy to peel, making it perfect for cooking as you don't need to peel as many cloves as with other varieties.  It has...

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