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Discover our all-new 2020 introductions featuring innovative new vegetables, flowers, herbs, fruit, and gardening supplies.

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    Large, round, vibrant, disease-resistant tomatoes, deliver the sweetness of life straight from garden to table.

    $6.95 - $18.95
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    Abundant yield of pink beefsteaks loaded with savory and smoky-flavor.

    $6.95 - $18.95
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    Elegant new turnip is a radiant beauty, with silky skin and delectable sweet flavor.

    $6.95
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    Vigorous, fast-growing, well-branched plants create a wall of sensuous color.

    $6.95 - $24.95
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    Jade green eggplant with glossy skin, the perfect style and color for Indian cooking.

    $4.95 - $17.95
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    Charming sunflower for rustic, one-of-a-kind bouquets.

    $4.95
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    This lily of the Nile is happy and hardy as far north as zone 6.

    $15.95
    $7.97
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    Foxy tall garden phlox beauties in pretty purple pastel shades.

    $15.95
    $7.97
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    Plump and round as a globe, ‘Royal Purple’ combines sweet-mild flavor and firm flesh—a cruncher’s delight.

    $4.95
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    It’s the cucumber that has everything: a smooth skin pretty color, and taste both crispy-crunchy and sweet as honey.

    $4.95
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    Gorgeous lemon lookalikes, ‘Lemon Drop’ brings exceptional flavor and beauty to the summer table.

    $5.95
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    Nice color pattern, easy to peel coppery red skins with cream-colored flesh and lilac interior rings.

    $6.95
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    This is our new succulent, sugar-snap pea that’s as sweet as candy.

    $4.95
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    These small bush plants produce up to 12 glowing yellow-ochre pumpkins per plant.

    $6.95
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    Highly-aromatic new parsley, with elegant feathery leaves and tender very-edible stems.

    $4.95 - $16.95
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    Young leaves have fresh celery flavor.

    $16.95
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    Lovely columbines appear like birds arriving in your garden from paradise.

    $5.95 - $22.95
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    A masterpiece of windflower, these beautiful deep blue flowers reach 4 inches across!

    $5.95
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    Breakthrough ‘PeppiGrande Red’ is the first and largest seedless sweet pepper ever.

    $5.95 - $18.95
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    Annual flowering phlox that is easy to grow fast to flower and produces fragrant flowers.

    $4.95
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    Highly salt-tolerant and drought-tolerant plant that thrives in sandy soil in full sun.

    $4.95
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    Out-of-this-world savory-sweet taste and dark-purple color, ‘Darkstar’ is a colorful new star in the tomato universe.

    $6.95 - $18.95
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    Superior roots for healthier plants

    $9.95
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    This multitasking annual herb is ready to flavor drinks, tea, salads and seafood. An excellent tarragon substitute.

    $5.95 - $16.95
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