Vegetables

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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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    Cucumber beetle lure and trap.

    $17.95
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    HEIRLOOM. From 1890, this unusual white corn has irregular rows and great flavor.

    $4.45
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    Crisp white flesh has a tantalizing, mild pungency.

    $5.45
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    Crisp, crunchy texture means you can fix these cucumbers in all sorts of new ways.

    $6.45
    Seeds
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    HEIRLOOM. Easy to grow and full of vitamins.

    $6.95
    Seeds
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    Bred especially for heavy or poor soil.

    $4.95
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    Sweet, colorful, easy-to-harvest bush beans.

    $4.95 - $9.95
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    Early variety keeps sweet flavor even in warm weather.

    $6.95
    Seeds
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    2014 All-America Selections Regional Award Winner!

    $3.95
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    An especially pretty and uncommon Romaine.

    $6.45
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    Great Three Season Variety Easy to grow and super productive.

    $4.95
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    You don't need a big garden to enjoy beets! Plant once and enjoy a long harvest!

    $5.95
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    Early French type with high yields

    $3.95
    Seeds
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