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VEGETABLE SEED - Legumes - Grains
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Red Express Cabbage

Red Express Cabbage

Vigorously selected from Red Express for uniformity and early, round heads. First red cabbage of the season, reaching maturity 10-20 days before competitive varieties.

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Green Columbia Cabbage

Green Columbia Cabbage

Early, uniform summer cabbage, well-suited to summer-long production. Resilient mainstay into early fall. Great flavor with a round, firm head ideal for wholesale and direct market.

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Green Mariner Cabbage

Green Mariner Cabbage

Selected from Bingenheimer seed of Germany for winter hardiness and flavor. Tolerates cold weather, shows some resistance to black spot in winter, and stores well. Transplant into the field in July for late fall harvest. Simply the sweetest flavor fresh from the field we’ve experienced. Limited quantity, but we like this one so much we want to share it.

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Red Granite Cabbage

Red Granite Cabbage

Late summer/fall/winter cabbage with beautiful deep purple color. Selected from Bingenheimer seed for our NW growing conditions. Performs well mid/late season and holds well in the field in early winter and in storage. Mild sweet flavor. Transplant into field in July for fall harvest.

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Red Winter Cabbage

Red Winter Cabbage

Grown at Nash’s farm for over 20 years. Great deep red/purple color, spicy cabbage flavor with hard, firm, round head. Tolerates NW maritime winters and stores well under refrigeration.

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Winter Bloomsdale Spinach

Winter Bloomsdale Spinach

Our favorite for early spring overwintered spinach production. Heavy, Savoy-type, thick leaves, with great flavor. Winter-hardy in well-drained soils yielding the first field spinach of the year.

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Red Russian Kale

Red Russian Kale

Favored for its winter hardiness, tender leaves and flavor. 50% taller, consistently more vigorous and robust than current commercial varieties. The salad candy of kales.

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Red Winter Kale

Red Winter Kale

Developed on our farm, it is our main production winter kale for its cold-hardiness, red/purple color, frilly leaves and 4-foot stature. Has powdery mildew resistance and reliable survivability down to temperatures in the teens (°F). Provides consistent leaf production through the winter. Plant in June for good plant structure going into winter.

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Green Winter Kale

Green Winter Kale
A strong, vigorous, winterbor-type open-pollinated green kale. Developed on our farm over the last 20 years; Dungeness Green has the hardiness and stature of its Brussels sprout heritage, with the leaf curl of the most refined green kales. Grows to 3 feet in height; an outstanding producer later in the season than any other green kale we’ve seen. Plant in June to develop a tall well-structured plant by autumn. This variety has shown resistance to powdery mildew in our milder NW damp winters, and no leaf-edge yellowing in temperatures down to the low 20s F. Limited quantity.
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Vegetable Seed - LEGUMES - Grains
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Windsor Fava Beans (Broad Beans)

Windsor Fava Beans (Broad Beans)

Prolific English heirloom variety produces 3-5 large beans in 6-8” green pods on 4-6’ stalks. Sow in mid-autumn for fall germinating and overwintering. Winter-hardy plant reliably tolerates down to 15° F in the maritime NW. Produces early summer green pods for shelling beans, dries down for harvest of dried beans in the fall. Dried beans make great soups, stews or hummus.

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Diana Fava Beans (Bell Beans)

Diana Fava Beans (Bell Beans)

A master of biomass that out-competes most weeds when grown to maturity. Plants can reach 6-8’ tall. Plant in autumn or in early spring. Winter-hardy plant reliably tolerates down to 12° F, but is intolerant of drought. Turn in at flower set for early nitrogen-fixing cover crop. Grows well when planted with annual rye grain in a mixed cover crop. Produces small, globule, high-protein beans (25%) in a 3-5” pod, suitable for feed mixes or excellent protein in soups or casseroles.

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Green Field Peas

Green Field Peas

Classic dried field pea for cover crop, animal feed, and split pea soup with a ham hock! Fast-growing to 2’, maxing out near 4’. Early green pea-shoots with purple/white flowers are perfect for salads. Yields heavy crops of high-protein (22%) dried peas. Plant from early spring into summer for a fast, nitrogen-rich cover crop, about 150 lb. per acre, depending on soil.

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Common Vetch

Common Vetch

Robust cover crop for building organic matter in soil and providing nitrogen, as well as breaking down straw thatch from grain crops. Plant 100-120 lb. per acre in autumn or spring.

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Vegetable Seed - Legumes - GRAINS
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Rye/Vetch Mix

Rye/Vetch Mix

Excellent cover crop. Grows well together in many different soils. Winter-hardy for fall planting, or use year-round. Vetch trellises on rye for dense stands. On wet, poorly drained soils, over-wintered rye may lodge when 4-to-5 feet tall, but vetch will mesh to a 3-foot-thick mat, producing a textured, nitrogen-rich cover crop. Plant about 150 lb. per acre, depending on soil.

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Oats, Otanna/Powell Blend

Oats, Otanna/Powell Blend

A farmer's blend of several oat varieties we have grown for many years. Produces reliable crops of grain, or a good nurse crop.

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