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Jaune Negib Tomato
Price: $3.00

New for 2017 - These compact vines bear lots of medium/large golden yellow slicers. Light yellow, almost white flesh is mild with a touch of acidity. The flattened and slightly lumpy fruit are great sliced crossways for sandwiches! 30 seeds


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Annapolis Select Peanut
Price: $3.00

(Can only ship within Canada)

New for 2017
- This is the peanut we’ve been growing and selecting for the past 8 years. We’re finally ready to offer it! I started growing it in 2009, planting Valencia peanuts from southern Ontario (where peanuts are grown commercially). They thrived, and we’ve been saving seed from the most productive plants every year since. The average number of pods per plant seems to increase for us every year, the first few years we were getting maybe 10-12, and now we’re averaging around 15-16, with the very best plants having 25+.

8 pods/pack, with 2-4 seeds in each pod

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- Growing Peanuts -

Opal Creek Snap Pea
Price: $3.00

New for 2017 - Bright yellow snap pea. The petite pods are very sweet and light flavoured, and produced in abundance on mid-size vines. A unique variety developed by Alan Kapuler. Named after an old-growth wilderness in Oregon. 30-40 seeds (12 g)

-Grown in Nictuax, NS by Annapolis Seeds
Perpetual Spinach
Price: $3.00

New for 2017 - Actually a variety of chard, it’s soft green leaves resemble spinach. Like all chards, and unlike true spinach, it doesn’t bolt it’s first summer, so spring plantings will bear tender leaves right through the growing season. Also ideal for fall planting, we love growing it in our winter high tunnel from a September sowing. Less stemmy than regular chard.

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Red Ursa Kale
Price: $3.00

New for 2017 - (B. napus) A beautiful and delicious strain related to Red Russian. Red stems and red-blushed leaves (with more pronounced colour in cold-weather). Their broad ruffled leaves are easy to work with in the kitchen, and the stems are seldom tough. Very hardy and holds up well into cold weather. Approx. 250 seeds (1 g)

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Siber Frill Kale
Price: $3.00

New for 2017 - (B. napus) Frilly green Siberian kale, both tender and very cold hardy. Approx. 250 seeds (1 g)

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Judy's Kale
Price: $3.00

New for 2017 - (B. oleracea) Broad green leaves with ruffled edges. Sweet and mild, as baby greens it's especially tender. Approx. 250 seeds (1g)

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Golden Frills Mustard
Price: $3.00

New for 2017 - (B. juncea) Beautiful frilly gold-green leaves. Mild flavour as mustard greens go. Great for adding some bite and visual appeal to salad mix. Very hardy, great for four season growing. Approx. 300 seeds (1 g)

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Canton Bok Choy
Price: $3.00

New for 2017 - (B. rapa) A fast grower with crunchy upright stems, forming small bunches. Bok choy bolts quickly in the summer heat, so plant early spring or fall. I’ve had my best success growing bok choy as a fall crop, planted in September after the summer heat has subsided. Does especially well in cool coastal microclimates, I’ve seen bok choy thrive all summer growing near the ocean on the South Shore. Approx 250 seeds (1g)

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Golden Purslane
Price: $3.00

New for 2017 - A cultivated strain of the common wild purslane. I’ve been a fan of crunchy, succulent purslane for years, adding it’s leaves and shoots to salads. I never thought to grow a cultivated variety until this past year, but I was really impressed when I did. Golden Purslane is way bigger and taller and than wild purslane, and much easier to harvest. They thrive in drought and heat, and are one of the best plant sources of omega-3. 200+ seeds (0.3 g)

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