Common Green

The rich green fairly smooth leaves are thick and fleshy and their quality is highly appreciated when boiled. The midribs are smaller than the Luculius and light green in color. The variety is planted extensively in the South both by market gardeners for shipping and by the home gardeners.

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Luculius

The fleshy crumpled leaves of the this variety make very choice greens and the foliage is a rich deep green in color. The stalks are broad and flattened but tender and succulent and are a good substitute for Asparagus.

Large fleshy crumpled leaf. Fine for greens during Summer. Pkt 5c. oz 15c. lb 50c.

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White Lyon Plain Leaf

Very broad midribs with plain leaves and for this reason preferred by many planters. Pkt. 5c oz. 10c lb. 30c lb. 85c.

Very broad midribs with plain leaves and for this reason preferred by many planters. Pkt. 5c oz. 10c lb. 30c lb. 85c.

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White Lyon Plain Leaf

Very broad midribs with plain leaves and for this reason preferred by many planters. Pkt. 5c oz. 10c lb. 30c lb. 85c.

Very broad midribs with plain leaves and for this reason preferred by many planters. Pkt. 5c oz. 10c lb. 30c lb. 85c.

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Spinach Beet

(60 days). The finest greens in the world. Really a beet but always used as greens. Bears tender leaves all season even after light frost. Fine too for poultry. Pkt. 12C oz. 30C lb. 85C postpaid.

A delicious summer vegetable. This grand new and distinct variety is a great acquisition. The stalks are as thick and broad as rhubarb. The plants grow to a height of from 2 to 2 ft. and the stalks are from 10 to 12 inches long below the leaf and 1 inches broad. The young leaves are delicious when cooked for greens and are far superior to the leaves of other beets. Later in the season the wax-like leaf stems are cooked like asparagus or are pickled. This variety is well worth a place in the home garden as well as for market use. Pkt. 5C oz. 15C 2 oz. 25C lb. 45C lb. 85C lb. 1.60

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Common Chard

Pkt. 5c oz. 15c.

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Ornamental Varieties

The leaf veins are white or brilliant scarlet and yellow highly ornamental. Pkt. 10c.

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Large White Ribbed

Large white ribs which are used like Asparagus. Pkt. 10c oz. 20c lb. 45c lb. 1.25.

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Large-Ribbed White

This variety does not make edible roots like the regular garden beets but is grown for the broad white leaf-stalks which when bunched and cooked in the same manner as asparagus make a delicious summer vegetable. The leafy portion of the foliage is cooked and served in the same manner as spinach. The leaves and stalks served as separate vegetables afford two distinct dishes from the same plant at one time. Pkt. 5c oz. 10c lb. 25c lb. 75c. postpaid.

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Blonde

Broad white midrib yellowish green leaves. Pkt. 10c oz. 25c lb. 85c lb. 2.50

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