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Tomato – Cherokee Purple (Beefsteak)

Cherokee Purple is the name of a cultivar of tomato that develops a fruit with a deep, dusky-rose color while maintaining a somewhat greenish hue near the stem when mature for eating. The deep crimson interior and clear skin combination give it its distinctive color.

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Tomato – Fred’s Tie Dye (Dwarf Patio Tomato)

The rugose, regular leaf dwarf plants are among the taller growing of the dwarfs. They are vigorous and productive with fruits that are medium to medium-large sized (five to six ounce average), round, purple with jagged gold and green stripes and the deep crimson flesh of black tomatoes.  ‘Fred’s Tie Dye’ has a rich, intense, balanced flavor.

It was selected from a cross between ‘Dwarf Wild Fred’ and ‘Pink Berkeley Tie Dye’ made by Vince Lavallo, who also named it.

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Tomato Sauce (12 Plants)

A tomato product that is not as thick as tomato puree but thicker than tomato juice. It generally has its flavor enhanced by the addition of herbs, spices, onion and garlic. Tomato sauce is commercially canned and sold in most food stores. It is used as a base for other sauces and in a variety of dishes.

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Veggie Garden (20 Plants)

This tasty variety of veggies is sure to add to your healthy life style. Growing your own vegetable garden is rewarding and gratifying. Feel assured knowing that you are in control of the growing environment.

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Watermelon – Red Icebox

Watermelon plants include varieties such as “Sugar Baby” and “Minilee” that produce fruits small enough to store in an icebox. These icebox watermelons often mature in as little as 75 days, which makes them well-suited to areas with short summer growing seasons. Like most watermelons, the icebox varieties don’t continue to ripen after they are picked. If you want them to have their best flavor, harvest them when they are at their peak ripeness, ensuring juicy, sweet fruit.

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White Fresh Onions

White Onions. These onions are slightly sweeter, a bit milder in taste than yellow onions. They’re a good choice for dicing and serving raw on sandwiches and salads or in fresh salsas

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Yellow Bell (Sweet)

Red bell peppers are simply ripened green peppers, although the Permagreen variety maintains its green color even when fully ripe. … Green peppers are less sweet and slightly more bitter than yellow or orange peppers, with red bell peppers being the sweetest.

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Zucchini – Green

Zucchini is a summer squash that’s green in color and Grown Local all summer long. Zucchini serves as a good source of vitamin C and manganese making it the perfect addition to your healthy plate. They can be served raw or cooked, and can be steamed, boiled, grilled, baked, barbecued or fried.

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