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Ruby Queen is an early beet variety producing round, red roots with a smooth texture.
Ruby Queen beet performs well in poor soil and holds its shape well in crowded situations.
75 days. This vigorous, 7 foot tall variety made Oregon's Willamette Valley famous in the 60s and 70s for canning beans. The smooth, 6-7 inch, dark green pods have a canning jar straight, round shape. Harvested at their peak, you'll find them tender, meaty, and full of hearty, fresh bean flavor
Trifolium incarnatum Grows 1-3' tall.
Crimson clover produces more forage at low temperatures than other clovers.
With its rapid, robust growth, crimson clover provides early spring nitrogen for full-season crops. Rapid fall growth, or summer growth in cool areas, also makes it a top choice for short-rotation niches as a weed suppressing green manure.
85-95 Days. A family heirloom that has been preserved for generations. Roundish, maroon-and-white beans are great in soups, where their creamy texture and hearty, nutty flavor really shine.
Pole type plants yield an abundance of pods, each containing 5 to 6 beans.
61-120 days. Creel Crowder Pea is a family heirloom from Alabama. 6 in. curved pods turn golden yellow when dry, large brown seeds. Semi-vining plants, very productive!
85 days. This Oregon heirloom was selected by Pike and Young Seeds in Monmouth, Oregon in the 1930's. Produces 3 lb fruits on unirrigated clay, 7 lb fruits on good irrigated soil. Originally bred specially for growing in unirrigated clay soil. Heavily netted, oblong fruits. Vigorous, high-yielding, disease-resistant plants.
95 days. (Indeterminate)
A beefsteak tomato that produces large pink fruits, which grow up to 2 pounds, this strain was obtained by tomato collector Ben Quisenberry of Big Tomato Gardens from Dorris Sudduth Hill, whose family grew it for over 100 years.