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It is really easy to breed your own varieties of vegetables. You could breed a new variety of tomato, pepper, watermelon or anything you like and name it after yourself, your spouse, or even your dog. You can even take an existing hybred and turn it into an open pollinated variety. If you love the many different varieties of vegetables, you may be the one to develope the next super productive garden vegetable everybody wants.
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Current - red (t)
Melon - from Chinese market (t)
Melon - from farmers market (t)
Melon - Iroquois (c)
Melon - Santa Claus (t)
Nectarine - free stone (h)
Raspberry - black cap (t)
Raspberry - harmony (t)

Annual cut flower mix (c)
Bush morning glory (w)
Forget-me-not (c)
Passaflora incarnata (t)
Sunflower - common (w)
Sunflower - giras of mamoth (t) limited

Carrot - mix (c)
Onion - mix red, white, yellow (c)
Onion - sweet Spanish Utah strain (c)
Radish - mixed (c)
Radish - Nero tondo d'inverna (black) (t)
Turnip - purple top white globe (c)

Ameranth - Chinese bicolor (t)
Arugula (t)
Bean - Turkey craw (t) limited
Brussels sprouts - long island (t)
Cabbage - bok choy (t)
Cabbage - pak choi (t)
Chard - Chinese (t)
Collards - Georgia (t)
Collards - vates (t)
Ground cherry (t) limited
Kale (t)
Kohlrabi - early purple Vienna (t) limited
Mustard (t)
Mustard - Florida broadleaf (t)
Mustard - tendergreen and spinach mix (t)
Okra - country hill (t) limited
Pea - purplehull top pick pinkeye (t)
Radicchio - palla rossa (t)
Rocket (t)
Salad - mix (c)
Scallion - mixed (t)

Anise (c)
Basil - cinnamon (t)
Basil - fine leaf (t)
Basil - Italian (t)
Basil - lettuce leaf (t)
Basil - mixed/cross pollinated (sweet, Thai, dark purple opal) (h)
Bladder champion (t)
Caraway (t)
Chamomile (h)
Chervil (t)
Chives - common (c)
Cilantro (t)
Fennel - Florence (c)
Golden rod (t) limited
Hyssop (c)
Mullein (t)
Mustard - black herb type (t)
Parsley - curled (t)
Parsley - single (c)
Self heal (t)
Thyme - common (c)

Gourd - birdhouse (t) limited
Gourd - buffalo (w)
Squash - blue Hubbard (t) limited
Squash - buttercup (t) limited
Squash - butterkin (t) limited
Squash - butternut (t) limited
Squash - carnival (t) limited
Squash - delicata (t) limited
Squash - red Hubbard (t) limited

Tomato - black krim (t) limited
Tomato - blend (c)
Tomato - costuleto fiorentino (t) limited
Tomato - cuor de bue (t) limited
Tomato - pantano romanesco (t)
Tomato - pink ice (c)
Tomato - red cherry (c)

Pepper - bell mix sweet (c)
Pepper - cherry bomb (t) limited
Pepper - cigaretta lombardo (t) limited
Pepper - hot blaze of glory mix (c)

Narrow leaf yucca
Chocolate mint cuttings limited
Rosemary cuttings limited
2 avocado seedlings
Free stone nectarine cuttings
Purple lilac cuttings
Peach leaf willow cuttings

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