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Please note that vegetable plants cannot be purchased online. They must be bought in store only. Thank you

RHUBARBE MCDONALD

This very hardy cultivar bears long, red and decoratives stems. Perennial, it should be planted in a border instead of in a vegetable garden. Needs a fresh, loose and humus-rich soil. Harvest in spring, 2 years after been planted when the stems are tender and delicious.

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spaghetti squash bio

The Spaghetti Squash offers a fibrous flesh; once cooked, its flesh comes apart in long strands like spaghetti. Baked Spaghetti Squash is a very simple recipe! Bake whole for an hour, toss with a bit of pepper, salt and butter and it`s ready. Plant it in the garden when the risk of frost is over. Needs a sunny area with a light, deep and rich soil. The plant is very productive and the squash can be stored for 3 to 5 months.

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spinash bio

Spinach, Spinacia oleracea, is a leafy herbaceous annual plant in the family Amaranthaceae grown for its leaves which are used as a vegetable. The spinach plant has simple leaves which stem from the center of the plant and measure about 2–30 cm (0.8–12.0 in) long and 1 to 15 cm (0.4–6.0 in) across. The leaves grow in a rosette and can appear crinkled or flat. The plant produces small yellow-green flowers which are 3–4 mm (0.1 in) in diameter. The flowers produce small fruit clusters which contain seeds. Spinach is an annual and survives only one growing season and can reach 30 cm (12 in) in height. Spinach originates from ancient Persia (now Iran).

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sweet pepper doux d’Espagne

Large and cone-shaped peppers (18cm by 6,5cm) with a thick flesh. They are sweet and flavorful. Dark green turning red at maturity. Paprika can be done with the grounded and dried peppers. Vigorous and productive plants. Plant them in the garden when the risk of frost is over in a rich and well-drained soil, sheltered from the wind. Water the plants with a lukewarm water

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sweet pepper giant Ozark



	

What a pepper! This variety produces huge, long bell peppers that have delicious, thick flesh. They start out green and turn bright red. Very productive plants and great flavor will make this old Ozark variety a favorite. 

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sweet pepper king of north



	

King of the North peppers produce large, fleshy fruits that turn red early. It has an excellent adaptation to northern regions. The yield of this pepper in northern climate is astounding. It takes the form of fruit with thick, juicy and sweet flesh which has three or four lobes. Dense plants can produce a dozen large fruits. We can harvest them green or red.

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sweet pepper quadrato d'Asti rosso



	

From Asti in the Piedmont region in Northern Italy, the huge fruit mature from green to red in 70 days. The flesh is firm, crispy and juicy with  a mild and sweet taste at maturity. Perfect for fresh eating or in salads. Very productive when the summer is warm. Plant it in full sun in the garden sheltered from the wind. Water the plants with a lukewarm water. Not very demanding in nitrogen but needs a fair level of phosphorus and potassium. 

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swiss chard bio

Leafy vegetable, member of the beet family, but only the stems and leaves are eaten. Mainly eaten cooked but the young leaves can be eaten raw in salads. Cooked, the Swiss Chard can replace spinach. Can be cultivated all season long: harvest the outside leaves; the smaller leaves from the middle will take over. Clayey, rich and well drained soils. The soil has to be moist all the time.

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tomate big beef

This smooth skinned, large tomato has a classic tomato flavour with the perfect balance of acidity and sweetness. An early maturing, disease resistant tomato. Plant it in the garden when all danger of frost has disappeared in a rich and well drained soil. The soil has to be constantly moist. Water the plants with a lukewarm water. INDETERMINATE GROWTH.

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