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Eat the Rainbow Vegetable Garden Pack

Eat the Rainbow Vegetable Garden Pack

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Amaze your neighbors and delight the eyes of your family with this vegetable pack containing all the colors of the rainbow.

Place a single order for this item and you will get one packet of each of the items shown below at an overall discount. If you prefer, you can order them individually one by one, by clicking on each item in the list.

Purple Podded Pole Bean
70 days - Also known as "Purple Peacock," Purple Podded Pole Bean is an heirloom discovered in the 1930s by Henry Field in the Ozark mountains and has remained a favorite among gardeners of the region. Once it starts producing, this vigorous vine produces a continuous harvest of flat, dark purple pods, measuring 5 to 7 inches in length and about 1/2 inch thick. The pods are tender, meaty, and stringless. Vines grow up to 6 feet tall and are adorned with lilac-colored blossoms, adding to the visual appeal of the plant. Its purple pods are easy to spot amidst the foliage. The beans can be enjoyed raw when young or cooked in various dishes.

Ruby Queen Beet
Performs well in poor soil. Roots are round with smooth skin and shoulders and have a fine, buttery texture. The interior is a uniform dark red with no zoning. Tops are dull green with a bit of maroon and reach a height of 10 to 12 inches.

Early Purple Sprouting Broccoli
Old English variety, over wintering for spring harvest, produces many secondary shoots with small purple heads for continuous cutting.

Red Acre Cabbage
Compact plants with short stems produce solid, five to seven inches in diameter, round, flattened, red-purple colored heads weighing two to four pounds. Stands well and is one of the best varieties for storage. Yellows resistant.

Cosmic Purple Carrot
Bright purple on the outside and orange on the inside. They make an interesting and tasty, sweet addition to a veggie platter. Six to eight inch long, sweet Danvers-type carrot.

Bright Lights Swiss Chard
Plants will be white, pink, striped, orange, scarlet, purple green, and white. The plants are delicious to eat, but are best harvested young for salads. Eat it like a spinach or beet greens for best results.

Lollo Rosso Leaf Lettuce
The leaves are a beautiful magenta color with a light green base, deeply curled with a very mild flavor. It can be sown in spring or fall in most areas and is a "cut and come again" type.

Easter Egg Blend Radish
This mix produces red, pink, purple, and white colored, round shaped radishes. Makes it an interesting addition to a tossed salad or vegetable platter and is also great fun for raising in a children's garden.

Dwarf Mocha's Cherry Tomato
65 days, dwarf — Compact, 18 to 20 inch tall plants. Rugose regular leaf foliage displays a purplish tint. Abundant fruit are round, small, and a glossy deep purple color, some with green shoulders, that become nearly black when exposed to the sun. As the fruit ripen, the purple dulls, the green turns red, and they soften.

Georgia Rattlesnake Watermelon
A very old Southern variety dating back to at least the mid-1800s. The vines are very productive setting fruits that are long, large (up to 30 pound) and light green with irregular, dark-green stripes. The flesh is bright-scarlet, crisp and sweet.

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