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    This sweet and diminutive squash is delicious roasted with autumn spices, or with a savory treatment of Mediterranean, Asian, or Indian seasonings. The 6 inch long cream and green-streaked fruit is firm with skin that can be tender and edible. Since peeling the skin is unnecessary, this is a quick stove-to-table dinner choice. Split, seed, and roast, or,...

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    Golden beets are known as the child-friendly, easy to clean up, and extra-super-nutritious version of a humble root. But they are so much more: tender, sweet, and mellow; the color of a Summer sunset; luxurious pickled or in salads, steamed or roasted. And, golden beets have golden greens that are lavish in their own right.

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    With its nubby, spear-shaped, deep-green leaves on 2-1/2 foot plants, Dinosaur kale will add drama to your edible landscape. Steam, saute or roast larger leaves for optimal flavor and nutrition.

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    Bees and butterflies love the never-ending supply of 3/4-inch, vibrant-blue starflowers.  Just a few plants tucked among the vegetables and throughout the berry patch will improve pollination rates and yields. The edible flowers are mildly sweet, used fresh as a garnish with cold food and drink, or candied for pastry and cake decoration.

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    Yellow Pear tomatoes are easy to grow, low-acid, sweet bites of sunshine. About the size of cherry tomatoes, they are usually used fresh anywhere a splash of color is welcome.

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    The San Marzano Tomato is an Italian plum tomato celebrated around the world for its sweet, low-acid flavor, its firm pulp with few seeds, and an easy-to-remove skin, making it a fine choice for preserving whole in juice or using off the vine in sauces fit for a pizza or any other tomato-centric dish.

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    Calendulas make a cheerful show of orange, edible flowers from early-Summer to late-Fall. Commercially, the flowers and leaves are the active ingredient in soothing lotions. In the kitchen, add the saffron-colored petals, fresh or dried, to grains, soups and salads.

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    Sugar snap peas, lettuce, radishesthese are the first signs of spring in many gardens. There is a tradition of planting peas by St Patricks Day or when soil temperature is 45F, but theres no need to rush it. Sown when soil is 60F, peas will germinate quickly, and can vigorously out-pace those earlier, colder, plantings.

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Creambelt Heirloom Seeds

Heirloom vegetables, flowers and herbs are varieties which have been grown for generations because of traits such as excellent flavor, texture, vigor, and resistance to pests and disease. The Creambelt Seed Company offers untreated, non-gmo heirlooms which can be grown and enjoyed with little fuss. Plant some, share some and save some for later. Most will remain viable for two years or longer.