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June 17, 2009

Please note that most of our vegetable, flower and herb seeds - including collections - are now SOLD OUT for the season. Please check back with us in January for the 2010 seeds.

Our Pumpkin Patch is still fully stocked with all pumpkin varieties, and our Country Store has a full selection of great gardening gifts.

HART'S HERITAGE SEEDS are open pollinated (non-hybrid) heirloom seeds.
Check our comprehensive garden glossary for more gardening terms and additional information.

Hart's Heritage Love Lies Bleeding Amaranthus Flower Seed


Hart's Heritage Love Lies Bleeding Amaranthus Heirloom Flower Seed
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Hart's Heritage Love Lies Bleeding Amaranthus Flower Heirloom Seed
(Amaranthus Caudatus)
Stock# YGHHPFLR651   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Originating in the Inca Empire, Amaranth has been grown as grain for over 4,000 years. Amaranth was used in ancient religious ceremonies and worn by knights to symbolize purity and truth.

HABIT: Amaranthus is a fast growing annual, 3 to 5 feet tall, and may need staking in exposed areas. Long weeping wine red trusses of flowers and seeds 18 inches long drape toward the ground. The tassels may be dried and used in autumn flower arrangements. Young Amaranth leaves may be steamed or e like spinach and eaten.

CULTURE: Sow Amaranthus seeds directly outdoors in late spring in full sun after the danger of frost is past or sow seed indoors 4 to 6 weeks earlier. Press seeds into soil, covering lightly. Amaranthus seed germinates in 10 to 15 days and prefers rich, well drained soil. Thin or transplant Amaranthus plants 18 inches apart.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Seed Baby's Breath Covent Gardens Flower Seed
Hart's Heritage Covent Gardens Baby's Breath Heirloom Flower Seed
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Hart's Heritage Covent Gardens Baby's Breath Seed
(Cosmos Bipinnatus)
Stock# YGHHPFLR653   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Each spray of tiny white blossoms forms a cloud, much like the breath of a babe on a chilly morning. The botanical name means "gypsum loving" indicating the plants preference for sweet soil.

HABIT: Baby's Breath plants bear numerous sprays of tiny white blossoms that are almost devoid of foliage. Frequently used for cutting and combining in bouquets with other flowers. Baby's Breath grows 20 to 24 inches tall making it a nice cut flower.

CULTURE: Covent Gardens Baby's Breath is an easy to grow annual which prefers full sun and well limed soil. Sow seeds directly outdoors in early spring. Cover seeds with 1/4 inch of fine soil, do not cover seeds too deeply. Thin to 12 inches apart. Plant every 3 weeks for continuous bloom throughout the summer. Covent Gardens Baby's Breath seed germinates in 10 to 14 days.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Blanket Flower Mixed Colors Flower Seed
Hart's Heritage Mixed Colors Blanket Flower Heirloom Seed
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Hart's Heritage Mixed Colors Blanket Heirloom Flower Seed
(Gaillardia Aristata)
Stock# YGHHPFLR655   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Blanket Flower is a native of the North American plains. The colors of this flower are said to have inspired the native American Women to weave the patterns and colors of Blanket Flower into their blankets.

HABIT: Blanket Flower is one of the easiest to grow of all perennial daisies. Will produce a continuous profusion of brilliantly colored flowers from early summer until late Fall. Prefers full sun, will tolerate heat, drought and poor soil. Normally needs no winter protection. Height 2-1/2 feet.

CULTURE: Sow Blanket Flower outdoors in late spring or early summer. Cover seed with 1/8 inch of fine soil. Keep soil moist until the seeds sprout. Thin to 12 inches apart. Blanket Flower seed germinates in 3 to 4 weeks.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Farewell to Spring Godetia Flower Seed
Hart's Heritage Farewell to Spring Godetia Flower Seed
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Hart's Heritage Farewell to Spring Godetia Flower Seed
(Godetia Grandiflora)
Stock# YGHHPFLR657   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Farewell-to-Spring or Godetia was named by Swiss botanist C.H. Godet (1797-1879). At about the same time Clarkia (also known as Farewell-to-Spring) was discovered and named by Captain William Clark (1770-1838) during the exploration of the Louisiana Purchase. The two names have been confused ever since.

HABIT: Farewell to Spring Godetia Flowers are easy to grow from seed. These annual flowers produce delicate blossoms with watercolor-like markings. One of the taller kinds, with a height of 18 to 24 inches, it may need support. Godetia prefers full sun and poor soil as too much rich compost or fertilizer will result in lush foliage and few few flowers. They thrive in cool temperatures of early spring.

CULTURE: Sow Godetia seed outdoors in early spring as soon as the ground can be worked or start indoors 6 to 8 weeks before the last frost. Press the seeds into soil, do not cover. Godetia seed germinates in 7 to 10 days. Thin or transplant 10 inches apart.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Mixed Colors Granny's Nightcap (Columbine) Flower Seed
Hart's Heritage Mixed Colors Granny's Nightcap (Columbine) Flower Heirloom Seed
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Hart's Heritage Mixed Colors Granny's Nightcap (Columbine) Heirloom Flower Seed
(Aquilegia Caerulea)
Stock# YGHHPFLR659   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Since the Middle Ages, the unusual shape of the flowers gave Aquilegia many common names. These nodding bell flowers have five (5) spurs pointing upward, inviting Nana to put on her Nightcap and slumber. This collection of two-toned hues was one of Grandma Hart's favorites.

HABIT: Large, long-spurred flowers in bright clear colors appear early in summer the year after planting on 2-1/2 foot tall stems. Columbine grows well in any good, well drained soil in full sun or partial shade. Granny's Nightcap (Columbine) flower is a perennial which may also self-seed if pods are left in place.

CULTURE: Sow Columbine seed outdoors in late spring after the danger of frost is past. Press the seeds into soil, covering lightly. Columbine seed germinates in 3 to 4 weeks. When Columbine plants are large enough to handle, thin or transplant to stand not less than 2 feet apart for best bloom.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Helen Mount Heartsease Flower Seed
Hart's Heritage Helen Mount Heartsease Flower Seed
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Hart's Heritage Helen Mount Heartsease Flower Seed
(Viola Cornuta)
Stock# YGHHPFLR661   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: According to legend, all pansies were white until pierced by Cupid's arrow. With colors he imparted the magic of love "to ease the Hearts of separated lovers." An old English flower, but a native of Spain, it is also called Pansy or Viola. Its association with courtship has given rise to folk names such as Johnny-jump-up (and kiss-me) and love-in-idleness.

HABIT: Helen Mount Heartsease flowers are easy to grow from seed. These perennials produce little tricolor faces of purple, lavender and yellow on short plants about 4 inches tall. Edible flowers are thought by some to have medicinal value. They withstand weather extremes better than pansies but mulching is helpful in area with harsh Winters.

CULTURE: For flowers the first year, start seeds indoors, 8 to 10 weeks before the last spring frost 1/8 inch deep. Keep planted seeds in cold place (above freezing) for 4 weeks then bring into warm location. Plant Helen Mount Heartsease seedlings outside in late spring. Young plants may require a winter mulch the first year.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Imperial Mixed Larkspur Flower Seed
Hart's Heritage Imperial Mixed Larkspur Heirloom Flower Seed
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Hart's Heritage Imperial Mixed Larkspur Heirloom Flower Seed
(Delphinium Consolida)
Stock# YGHHPFLR663   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: The annual delphinium is traditional in the cottage garden. Delphinium blooms retain their colors when dried, making them very popular for fall decorations.

HABIT: Soft green feathery foliage provides a backdrop for the long floral spikes in a complete range of colors. Imperial Mixed Larkspur Flowers are outstanding for use as cut flowers. Larkspur also blooms quickly from seed. Height 2 feet.

CULTURE: Imperial Mixed Larkspur Flowers are an easy to grow annual which likes full sun or partial shade. Sow Larkspur seeds outdoors in early spring or start indoors 6 to 8 weeks earlier. Cover seed with 1/8 inch of fine soil. Thin plants 12 to 15 inches apart. Larkspur prefers a cool climate and germinates best at 55 to 60 degrees. Larkspur flower seed germinates in 14 to 21 days.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Mixed Colors Livingstone Daisy Flower Seed
Hart's Heritage Mixed Colors Livingstone Daisy Flower Seed
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Hart's Heritage Mixed Colors Livingstone Daisy Flower Seed
(Dorotheanthus Bellidiformis)
Stock# YGHHPFLR665   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: A native of South Africa this plant is also listed as Mesembryanthemum ciniflorum in Hortus Third. Sometimes called Ice Plant as it is covered with papillae which resemble small crystals. This low spreading succulent produces vividly colored blooms. Will stand much neglect and is drought tolerant.

HABIT: Multi colored daisy-like flowers that grow well in rock gardens, beds or containers. Foliage forms a dark green mat that is covered in flowers if grown in full sun. Livingstone Daisy blossoms attract butterflies. Height 5 inches.

CULTURE: Sow Livingstone Daisy flower seeds outdoors in late spring in full sun after danger of frost is past.. Press seeds into soil, covering lightly. Livingstone Daisy flower seeds germinates in 7 to 14 days. Prefers sandy soil. Do not over water. For best blooms remove faded blossoms on a regular basis.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Petite Mixed French Marigold Flower Seed
Hart's Heritage Petite Mixed French Marigold Flower Heirloom Seed
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Hart's Heritage Petite Mixed French Marigold Heirloom Flower Seed
(Tagetes Patula)
Stock# YGHHPFLR667   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: First found in Brazil in the 1500's, the dwarf forms were so popular in Paris that they became known as French Marigolds. Considered tokens of good luck, the flowers were thought to ward off evil.

HABIT: French Marigolds produces an abundance of blooms on small plants that make ideal borders. These marigolds will bloom all season until frost if flowers are picked frequently. French Marigolds are easy to grow in sunny locations. Height 8 to 10 inches.

CULTURE: French Marigolds are often started indoors 4 to 6 weeks before the last frost. They are easily grown by direct seeding in late spring after the ground has warmed. Cover Marigold seed with 1/4 inch with fine soil. French Marigold flower seed germinates in 7 to 14 days.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Drummondi Mixed Phlox Flower Seed
Hart's Heritage Drummondi Mixed Phlox Heirloom Flower Seed
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Hart's Heritage Drummondi Mixed Phlox Heirloom Flower Seed
(Phlox Drummondi)
Stock# YGHHPFLR669   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: The word Phlox is from the Greek word for flame, since most of the color variations are of the richest reds. In Victorian England, young ladies looked to see if Phlox was in bouquets they received from an admirer, since the flowers meaning is a proposal of love and a wish for sweet dreams.

HABIT: Drummondi Mixed Phlox flowers is one of the easiest annuals to grow. Phlox flowers freely during the entire summer bearing very fragrant blooms on strong stems. Phlox prefers rich soil and full sun. Height 1 foot.

CULTURE: Sow Phlox flower seeds outdoors as soon as the ground can be worked or start seeds indoors 6 to 8 weeks earlier. Cover flower seed 1/8 inch deep with fine soil. Keep soil moist until seeds sprout. Phlox may be planted as late as mid-June. Phlox flower seed germinates in 10 to 18 days.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Mixed Pot Marigold (Calendula) Flower Seed
Hart's Heritage Mixed Pot Marigold (Calendula) Heirloom Flower Seed
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Hart's Heritage Mixed Pot Marigold (Calendula) Flower Seed
(Calendula Officinalis)
Stock# YGHHPFLR671   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Known as the pot marigold since ancient times, this edible flower is used as seasoning and medicine even today. The flower petals make a tasty addition to soups, salads and rice.

HABIT: Pot Marigold (Calendula) flowers are a summer blooming, heat resistant annual for sunny locations. Large blooms on long stems in a range of colors from creamy white to dark orange. Pot Marigold (Calendula) grow 1-1/2 feet tall, which makes a nice cut flower.

CULTURE: Sow Pot Marigold flower seed outdoors in late spring after the ground has warmed. Pot Marigolds can be started indoors 4 to 6 weeks before the last frost. Cover Pot Marigold seed with 1/4 inch with fine soil. Will tolerate poor soil. Pot Marigold (Calendula) flower seed germinates in 1 to 2 weeks.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Scarlet Flax Flower Seed
Hart's Heritage Scarlet Flax Flower Seed
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Hart's Heritage Scarlet Flax Flower Seed
(Linum Grandiflorum Rubrum)
Stock# YGHHPFLR673   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Flax is native to Southern Europe and Northern Africa. Flax has been used since prehistoric times to produce linen which was a major source of cloth, until the growth of the cotton industry in about 1800. Flax seeds are crushed to make linseed oil.

HABIT: Scarlet Flax is a free flowering annual that produces velvety red colors that hold their color even in the heat of summer. Attractive in masses and useful for borders. Very drought tolerant. Grows in full sun or light shade. Scarlet Flax flowers grow to a height of 12 to 15 inches.

CULTURE: Sow Scarlet Flax seed outdoors in early spring after danger of frost is past. Cover Flax seed with 1/8 inch with fine soil. Keep soil moist until seeds sprout. Scarlet Flax flower seed germinates in 9 to 14 days.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Mixed Colors Snapdragon Flower Seed
Hart's Heritage Mixed Colors Snapdragon Heirloom Flower Seed
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Hart's Heritage Mixed Colors Snapdragon Heirloom Flower Seed
(Antirrhinum Majus)
Stock# YGHHPFLR675   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Snapdragon were originally found growing wild in Spain. The English have been cultivating Snapdragon from the 16th century. If you squeeze the blossoms on the side just right, the dragon will yawn wide and even show you his bearded tongue.

HABIT: Snapdragon have a wide range of colors which are produced on this compact, open pollinated variety. An ideal choice for beds and borders, Snapdragon will do well in full sun or partial shade. They prefer a rich well drained soil which is not too dry. Snapdragon will tolerate hot weather if grown early enough to develop a good root system. Height 8 inches.

CULTURE: Sow Snapdragon flower seeds outdoors in late spring after danger of frost is past, or start indoors 6 to 8 weeks earlier. Press seeds into soil, covering them lightly. Snapdragon flower seeds germinates in about 2 weeks. When plants are large enough to handle, thin or transplant 4 to 6 inches apart in a row or flower bed.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Ten Weeks Mixed Stock Flower Seed
Hart's Heritage Ten Weeks Mixed Stock Heirloom Flower Seed
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Hart's Heritage Ten Weeks Mixed Stock Heirloom Flower Seed
(Mathiola Incana)
Stock# YGHHPFLR677   $1.79      Shipping Weight: 1 ounce

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HISTORY: Ten Weeks Stock was introduced in the 1700's and refers to the fact that seed sown in the garden will produce flowers in as few as ten (10) weeks. Ten Weeks Stock is one of the most fragrant flowers with the scent resembling cloves.

HABIT: Ten Weeks Stock is a early flowering annual that produces dense spikes covered with rosette blossoms in soft colors. Stock is attractive in low beds and useful for borders. Prefers cool temperatures of late spring and early summer. Ten Weeks Stock grow to a height of 12 inches.

CULTURE: Sow Stock flower seeds outdoors in early spring after danger of frost is past, or start indoors 4 weeks earlier. Cover seed with 1/8 inch of fine soil. Keep soil moist until seeds sprout. Stock flower seeds germinates in 7 to 14 days.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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Hart's Heritage Seed 2006 Flower Seed Collection
Hart's Heritage Seed 2006 Flower Seed Collection
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Hart's Heritage 2006 Flower Seed Collection
(Heirloom and Vintage - Open pollinated (non-hybrid))
Stock# YGHHPFLR2COL   $23.80 - SAVE   Shipping Weight: 7 ounces

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HART'S HERITAGE SEED 2006 FLOWER COLLECTION: Remember those beautiful flowers your Grandparents grew, or the flower grower down the road used to sell at the local roadside stand...? These flowers have an array of colors and shades that will brighten any section of your sunny flower garden. Growing a colorful flower garden is very special. You are having outdoor fun and learning a new experience.

A REMINDER: Plant a few of Grandma's flowers in your flower garden this year. They will complement your freshly picked garden vegetables nicely on your dinner table. Once you've grown fresh flowers, you'll readily agree to their excellent fragrance and beautiful colors...! Hart's Heritage Seed Flower Collection comes with easy to follow instructions on the fourteen (14) packets of garden seeds (flower varieties as listed above).

HART'S HERITAGE SEEDS are open pollinated (non-hybrid). Check our comprehensive garden glossary for more gardening terms and additional information. Hart's Heritage Seed Flower Collection has many colors which are especially attractive, and full of beautiful natural seasonal tones...! Also makes the perfect gift for the flower gardener in your family or the heirloom seed saver collector.

From our family to yours: In generations past, flowers were chosen for their exceptional fragrance and beauty. Hart Seed Co., still family owned since 1892, has endeavored to reintroduce the best of these heirloom varieties to today's gardeners.

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