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65 days. One of the best varieties for warm climates, Laguna delivers every time with sweet, succulent roots of bright orange. Very uniform at 6 inches long, these tapering roots have top growth of about 15 to 18 inches tall. Harvest the roots young for best flavor: these carrots are richly aromatic and so crunchy-sweet! Fast-growing, resistant to many foliar diseases, and always dependable, Laguna should become your 'carrot of choice' in the veggie patch! Pkt is 100 seeds.
52 days. These long, slender cukes offer a crisp, mild, bitter-free and burpless bite all season long! Firm and easy to peel, they should become your cucumber of choice! Expect Early Spring Burpless to reach 8 to 12 inches long in no time. Burpless cucumbers are known for their tasty, non-astringent flesh, small seed cavity, and crisp, thin skin that never needs peeling. They are premium cukes for eating fresh. Pkt is 30 seeds.
30 days for baby greens; 50 for a mature looseleaf head. The first lettuce to win All-America Selection honors in 30 years, this oakleaf type has, as you would expect, all the advantages. It tastes delicious, with a refreshing bite; it resists bolting better than just about any other; it stands up to a host of lettuce diseases without dropping a leaf. Once you grow it as part of this collection, you will add it, we predict, to your permanent veggie patch rota! Pkt is 1,000 seeds.
24 days. A classic for quick, delicious, handsome crops! Cherriette is ready to eat just a little over 3 weeks from planting, though it can be left in the ground to grow larger without losing one whit of its crisp, fresh, ultra-mild flavor. The 2-inch fruits are slightly oval, with vibrant scarlet skin and pure white flesh. Gardeners have been enjoying this reliable performer for many years! Pkt is 400 seeds.
60 days. Indeterminate. Super-high sugar content (9.5 on the Brix scale) and unique shape make this THE cherry Tomato to grow! Winner of a 2005 All-America Selection award, Sugary is exactly what its name suggests -- a sweet, delectable bite-sized treat that even vegetable-phobic children love! These ½-ounce fruits are dark pink and arise in incredible numbers on plants so vigorous that you may want to prune them back in mid-season just to keep them within bounds! (Of course, if you've got the space, let them keep climbing -- you won't believe the yields!) Arising in big bunches like clusters of grapes, these tomatoes are pointed on both ends -- an unusual and fun look! Pkt is 20 seeds.

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