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Garlic Softneck vs Hardneck
Learn the difference between hardneck and softneck garlic. Watch Video
Fall Lettuce
Fall is an ideal time to grow cools season lettuce favorites. Watch Video
Perennial Herbs
Many favorite herbs are actually perennials that return season after season. Watch Video
Growing Kale
Learn how to plant and grow kale from Burpee's expert horticulturist. Watch Video
Summer Girl Tomato
Ripens 1 week earlier with 20% more yield than Early Girl Tomato. Watch Video
Vegetable & Fruit Molds
Create fun shaped vegetables and fruits. Watch Video
Thunderbolt Hybrid Sweet Pepper
HUGE peppers over a foot long with excellent flavor, color and texture. Watch Video
Planting Broccoli
The flavor of garden-fresh broccoli is beyond compare to anything you find in the supermarket. This cool-season favorite is best grown in spring and fall. Watch Video
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  • "For those hardy souls who grow and eat hot peppers, the latest advice on how to cool a blazing mouth is to eat foods that absorb the heat.
    Because the heat in peppers is produced by capsaicins, which are oils, water does not put out the fire. Instead, eat foods that dissolve or absorb the oils such as avocado, banana, bread, pasta, or potato. Drinking a glass of milk also helps."