Vegetables

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Sow Method

Heirloom

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Planting Time

LifeCycle

Vegetables for Succession Planting

Succession planting is a term used to describe the act of sowing vegetable seeds every few weeks or so, for the purpose of enjoying multiple harvests. Why do this? Some vegetables -like beans- may peter out after a few weeks of harvesting. Others -like carrots- are harvested by pulling the pule plant out of the ground. Some common vegetables for succession planting also include corn, summer squash, lettuce, and radishes!

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  • Kale, Premier , , large

    Short Description

    Medium green foliage with leaves up to a foot long

    $9.99
    Plants
  • Lettuce, Bergamo Organic, , large

    Short Description

    Heat resistant.

    $3.99
    Seeds
  • Exclusive
    Cucumber, Speedy Green Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    The summer's earliest cucumber—just 42 days!

    $4.99
    Seeds
  • Turnip, Golden Globe Organic, , large

    Short Description

    Firm, crisp and sweet.

    $4.99
    Seeds
  • Arugula, Myway, , large

    Short Description

    The earliest of the arugulas to mature.

    $5.99
    Seeds
  • Radish, Rebel, , large

    Short Description

    Firm and crisp roots are delicious even when larger.

    $3.99
    Seeds
  • Cucumber, Sweet Marketmore Organic, , large

    Short Description

    Easy to grow with refreshing taste.

    $6.95
    Seeds
  • Bean, Red Swan, , large

    Short Description

    One beautiful, great-tasting snap bean.

    $4.19
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Lettuce, Looseleaf Blend, , large

    Short Description

    Five favorites in one pack.

    $4.99
    Seeds
  • Carrot, Rothild Organic, , large

    Short Description

    Great for eating fresh, storing, or for juicing.

    $4.99
    Seeds
  • Bean, Bush, Speedy Organic, , large

    Short Description

    One of the earliest beans.

    $4.99
    Seeds
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