Organic Fruits,Herbs,Veg (S)

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SAGE 'Common' (Salvia officinalis), Garden, Green or Common Sage SAGE 'Common'
Organic Sage

Grayish colored lvs can be used fresh or dried in soups, meat and bean dishes, gravies & stuffing. Ornamental branches of lvs are also common in floral wreaths. Can be planted all summer long. Perennial shrub: Tolerant of drought, deer & gophers. Nice border & container plant. Culinary uses: fresh or dried. Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds. Blms: mostly violet, can be wht or pk. Ht: 2-3’. Water: dry. USDA Z5. (Maturity: 70 days)

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Organic Sage

Grayish colored lvs can be used fresh or dried in soups, meat and bean dishes, gravies & stuffing. Ornamental branches of lvs are also common in floral wreaths. Can be planted all summer long. Perennial shrub: Tolerant of drought, deer & gophers. Nice border & container plant. Culinary uses: fresh or dried. Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds. Blms: mostly violet, can be wht or pk. Ht: 2-3’. Water: dry. USDA Z5. (Maturity: 70 days)

Photo unavailable SHISO aka Ohba

Warm season annual. A traditional chinese herb commonly called "beefsteak plant". Growth habit: bush. Aromatic foliage with a slightly spicy taste. It is also commonly grown as microgreens. They are rich in calcium & iron. Great for seasoning, garnish, or pickling. DTML: 60-70 days. (PERILLA frutescens var. crispa)

Photo unavailable SORREL 'Red Veined'
Organic Sorrel

Hardy Perennial that can be grown as an annual. Bright green leaves with contrasting dark maroon stems and veins add color and taste to salads. The leaves have an intense lemony flavor. Best when harvested young. Other uses include: soups, sauces & of course fish, but use sparingly because of the intense flavor. Exp.: sun/pt shade. Water: moist. (Rumex spp.)

Photo unavailable SPINACH 'Bloomsdale'
Organic Heirloom Spinach

Heirloom: This is a long loved old-time favorite that was introduced by D. Landreth Seed Company in 1826. It is one of the more outstanding open-pollinated varieties available. The leaves are savoyed, long and narrow with glossy, dark green color on a vigorous, upright plant. It has excellent heirloom flavor & tender leaves. Well adapted for late spring or summer plantings, slow to bolt. (Maturity: 42 days)

Photo unavailable SPINACH 'Corvair' F1 hybrid (syn. Spinacia oleracea 'Corvair')
Organic Spinach

Very attractive smooth leaf spinach w/very dk green, oval shaped lvs. Lvs are held upright for ease in harvesting. Fast-growing, tender & mild-tasting-great for salads or smoothies. Slow bolting. High yield potential. Very adaptable variety that is suitable for spring, summer, or fall productions. Resistant to downy mildew. 8-12" x 10-12". Sun to pt shade. (Maturity: 15 days (baby) or 40 days (full size)).

Photo unavailable SPINACH 'Kookaburra'
Organic Spinach

This fast grower is good for fall and early spring harvest. Has attractive dark green, oval, semi-savoy leaves that are slightly puckered at maturity. Nice upright habit which makes it easy to harvest for both baby and full-sized leaves. Great flavor. High resistance to downy mildew. Does well in warm climates. Sun to part shade. (Maturity: 27 days for baby leaves, 37 days for full size)

Photo unavailable SPINACH 'Kookaburra'
Organic Spinach

This fast grower is good for fall and early spring harvest. Has attractive dark green, oval, semi-savoy leaves that are slightly puckered at maturity. Nice upright habit which makes it easy to harvest for both baby and full-sized leaves. Great flavor. High resistance to downy mildew. Does well in warm climates. Sun to part shade. (Maturity: 27 days for baby leaves, 37 days for full size)

Photo unavailable SPINACH 'Shelby' (syn. Spinacia oleracea 'Shelby')
Organic Spinach

Large, oval shaped, leaves that are medium green in color. This babyleaf spinach comes with an excellent disease resistance package and offers consistency and uniformity in those times of the season with variable temperatures. (Maturity: 40 days).

Photo unavailable SPINACH 'Space' (F1 Hybrid)
Organic Spinach

A tried and true variety for all seasons-it grows quickly so you can get 3 seasons or more! Described as a Cooks garden favorite. Heat tolerant & slow to bolt. Medium to dark green leaves are upright & smooth to slightly savoyed. The leaves have an excellent tangy, crisp flavor & are held off the ground so they stay clean. Great both cooked & raw, as baby spinach or full sized. High resistance to downy mildew. Days to maturity: 25-45. (SPINACIA oleracea 'Space')

Photo unavailable SPINACH 'Viroflay' (aka 'Monstrueux de Viroflay')
Organic Heirloom Spinach

Heirloom-Good spring or fall variety. The giant, smooth, med. grn lvs are low in acid, tender & succulent. It is a vigorous producer for high yields of baby leaf or full size lvs that are 10" long & 8" wide. It has a great flavor! It is recommended for fall crops and for overwintering under mulch. Snip the largest leaves with scissors so not to disturb the crown and it will produce for a long time. Sun to part shade. (Maturity: 50 days)

Photo unavailable SQUASH, SUMMER 'Astia' Zucchini
Organic Heirloom Zucchini

Compact French bush zucchini variety. Smooth, lustrous, glossy deep green vegetable. Enjoy them grilled, sauteed, baked, etc. Harvest once 5” long for a greater taste. Exposure: full sun. Moist, well drained soil. Water: moderate. This squash is not as invasive, being only 30” across. Deer resistant. Well suited for small gardens and containers. Mature in 48 days.

Photo unavailable SQUASH, SUMMER 'Black Beauty' Zucchini
Organic Heirloom Zucchini

Heirloom-Bush type, that produces high yields of straight, dk green zucchini squash. Outer surface is very smooth & glossy w/creamy white flesh. Best when harvested when squash is 8” long. This is a prolific grower & will keep you well supplied all season long. Fruits are delicious when sliced & served fresh, fried, steamed or simmered. Great choice for small gardens. Freezes well. Sun to part shade. (Maturity: 60 days)

Photo unavailable SQUASH, SUMMER 'Costata Romanesco'
Organic Heirloom Zucchini

Heirloom-This Italian zucchini wins every taste test based on its unique, slightly nutty flavor & exceptional texture. Tender gray-green skin & prominent ribbing also give this Italian variety a distinctive appearance. Great picked at 6” or smaller w/the flower still attached and fried whole. Big, large-leafed bush w/only about half the yield of hybrids, but much better tasting; nutty, & delicious raw or cooked. (Maturity: 54 days)

Photo unavailable SQUASH, SUMMER 'Ronde De Nice' Zucchini
Organic Heirloom Zucchini

Heirloom-These tasty little round zucchinis have been favorites for generations in French farmers' markets. Harvest these as babies, when just several inches in diameter (about the size of a golf ball), or grow them up to 3-4 inches. It has a mild, nutty flavor. The flesh is so tender that the fruits are prone to bruising, which is why it's not in stores–but is perfect for the home garden! Exposure: full sun. (Maturity: 45-60 days) Z3.

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Organic Summer Squash

Bright lemon yellow 6" crookneck fruits. Fast, prolific grower. Tender, warty skin with a creamy white flesh. Exposure: full sun. Needs soil that has a good drainage flow, while keeping it moist at the same time. Water: moderate. Pick at 5-6” long for a richer taste and tenderness. Mild buttery with a hint of nutty flavor. Great for grilling, baking, steaming, and stuffing. Matures in 53 days.

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Organic Summer Squash

Bright lemon yellow 6" crookneck fruits. Fast, prolific grower. Tender, warty skin with a creamy white flesh. Exposure: full sun. Needs soil that has a good drainage flow, while keeping it moist at the same time. Water: moderate. Pick at 5-6” long for a richer taste and tenderness. Mild buttery with a hint of nutty flavor. Great for grilling, baking, steaming, and stuffing. Matures in 53 days.

Photo unavailable SQUASH, SUMMER 'Sunburst' F1 ('Patty Pan')
Organic Summer Squash

Summer scallop squash w/bright, dp ylw skin w/good eating quality. Good yielder of tender, rounded squash w/a scallop. Delicious as it is colorful & it’s the earliest and most productive of the yellow scallopini! Can be picked tiny, w/the blossom still attached or up to 6-8” across without losing its tender, buttery flavor. Vigorous plant. Plant in sun. All-America Selections winner in 1985. (Maturity: 52 days) (Cucurbita pepo ‘Sunburst’)

Photo unavailable SQUASH, WINTER 'Delicata'
Organic Heirloom Winter Squash

Heirloom-Has a high sugar content & an incredibly delicate, sweet flavor. Also known as sweet potato squash or peanut squash because of its shape. It has superbly delicate flesh. The fruits are 1-1.5 lbs each & 7-10” long w/green stripes & dots on lightly colored skin. The skin is so delicate it can be eaten w/skin on. Non-bitter & non-hard shelled fruit. Very productive & stores well. Enjoy steamed or baked. (Maturity: 95 days)

Photo unavailable SQUASH, WINTER 'Spaghetti'
Organic Winter Squash

Fork out the squash pasta! When raw, the flesh is solid & similar to other raw squash. When cooked, the flesh falls away from the fruit in ribbons or strands like spaghetti. It makes a fun treat for the family w/kid friendly vegetable appeal. The oblong, medium-sized lt. ylw fruits have very sweet flesh. This can be baked, boiled or steamed. Fork out the “spaghetti” and top w/your favorite sauce. Plant in sun. (Maturity: 90 days)

Photo unavailable SQUASH, WINTER 'Table Queen'
Organic Heirloom Acorn Squash

Heirloom–sets the standard for Acorn squash & it started the rage for small individual fall squashes. This is an open pollinated & highly popular variety that bears 1.5-3 lbs fruits. Vines are 3-4’ in length. Very vigorous & prolific. Can withstand poor soil conditions & keeps very well. Flesh is a thick, pale orange w/excellent flavor. Excellent for baking. Sun. (Maturity: 92 days) (Cucurbita pepo ‘Table Queen’ aka ‘Des Moines’, ‘Danish’)

Photo unavailable SQUASH, WINTER 'Waltham Butternut'
Organic Heirloom Winter Squash

Heirloom-1970 AAS winner, years of patient refinement & selection by Bob Young of Waltham, Massachusetts. The most widely-grown butternut variety. Prized for its straight necks, rich dry ylw-orng flesh, nutty flavor & high-yielding vines. Uniform 4-5 lbs fruits have smooth, tan skin, easily peeled w/a potato peeler. If cured well & stored properly, Waltham will keep well into winter. Great flavor! Sun. (Maturity: 105 days)

Photo unavailable SWISS CHARD 'Bright Lights'
Organic Swiss Chard

1998 All-America Selections Winner. Has stems of many colors including gold, pink, orange, purple, red, & white w/bright & pastel variations. The 18-22” lvs are grn or bronze & lightly savoyed. The taste is milder than ordinary chard, w/each color having a slightly different flavor. In the young stage, the lvs may be used like spinach. Great for salads. Plant in full sun, but will tolerate some shade. (Maturity: 28 baby, 55 bunching)

Photo unavailable SWISS CHARD 'Bright Lights'
Organic Swiss Chard

1998 All-America Selections Winner. Has stems of many colors including gold, pink, orange, purple, red, & white w/bright & pastel variations. The 18-22” lvs are grn or bronze & lightly savoyed. The taste is milder than ordinary chard, w/each color having a slightly different flavor. In the young stage, the lvs may be used like spinach. Great for salads. Plant in full sun, but will tolerate some shade. (Maturity: 28 baby, 55 bunching)

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