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Acorn Squash

Acorn Squash (Cucurbita pepo)

Acorn Squash are a breeze to prepare and each half is a perfect single-size serving! Another nice feature of homegrown Acorn Squash is they can last 2-3 months when stored in a cool, dark storage area. Keep a bit of the stem intact when harvesting Squash, to improve the vegetable…

Acorn Squash

Acorn Squash 'Honey Bear' (Cucurbita pepo)

‘Honey Bear’ produces exceptionally sweet squash on compact plants that are ideal for small-space gardens and patio containers. These delectable little squash are a breeze to prepare and each half is a perfect single-size serving. All-America Selections judges chose ‘Honey…

Acorn Squash

Acorn Squash 'Table Ace' (Cucurbita pepo)

‘Table Ace’ has a delicious nutty, lightly sweet flavor. All Acorn Squash are incredibly easy to prepare. Slice in half and you’ll have perfect single-size servings! Stores very well and can last 2-3 months if stored in a cool, dark storage area. To improve the vegetable…

Acorn Squash

Acorn Squash 'Table King' (Cucurbita pepo)

This is the ideal Acorn Squash for small space gardens. Expect 5-8 squash per each compact, bushy plant. The fruits have beautiful orange flesh that is sweet and tender. Keeps over a long time if stored in a cool, dark location. Recognized by All-America Selections in 1974 for its…

Acorn Squash

Acorn Squash 'Table Queen' (Cucurbita pepo)

One of the best selections for slicing into halves for baking, roasting, or stuffing with a blend of meats, vegetables or rice. Vigorous plants produce deep green squash with orange flesh. Stores very well and can last 2-3 months if kept in a cool, dark storage area.

Acorn Squash

Acorn Squash 'Taybelle PM' (Cucurbita pepo)

An excellent choice for small-space gardens. The compact, bushy plants require less space than other squash varieties without sacrificing yields. Acorn Squash are a breeze to prepare and each half is a perfect single-size serving! Last up to 2-3 months when stored in a cool, dark…

Armenian Cucumber

Armenian Cucumber (Cucumis melo var. flexuosus)

Technically Armenian cucumbers are a type of melon but their usefulness is identical to a cucumber so they have come to be treated as cucumbers. The long, skinny fruits have a beautiful ribbed skin, crisp texture and the flavor is mild and sweet. Armenian cucumbers can grow quite…

Artichoke

Artichoke (Cynara scolymus)

Artichokes are native to the Mediterranean region and were originally prized as a delicacy reserved for the nobility. The part of the artichoke that is actually eaten is its flower buds. The tender heart of the bud is delicious for use in a variety of recipes, steamed, or pickled.…

Artichoke

Artichoke 'Green Globe' (Cynara scolymus)

Artichokes are native to the Mediterranean region and were originally prized as a delicacy reserved for the nobility. The part of the artichoke that is actually eaten is its flower buds. The tender heart of the bud is delicious for use in a variety of recipes, steamed, or pickled.…

Arugula, Rocket Salad, Roquette

Arugula, Rocket Salad, Roquette (Eruca vesicaria subsp. sativa)

Wild rocket is native to Italy and a common ingredient in Italian cuisine. The flavor is a bit spicier than cultivated Arugula but a light peppery flavor still dominates. It's a great, natural seasoning for fresh salads and on sandwiches, or lightly cooked with fish or poultry.…

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