AAS Winners

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Seeds purchased from this website are intended to be planted.

  • $7.25–$188.95
    77 day 2017 AAS Winner! From the same company that introduced Honey N Pearl, 1988 AAS Winner. Excellect...
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  • $4.35
    68 day 2017 AAS Winner. This fennel was a clear winner over the competition, because it is slower to bolt...
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  • $5.75–$12.95
    73 Days 1994 AAS Winner. Early and heavy yields of colossal-sized tomatoes with old-time flavor. Vigorous...
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  • $5.55–$13.95
    60 Day. Pole. 2003 AAS Winner. An early maturing variety that has sparse foliage for easy picking. The 6-6 1/2"...
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    81 Days 2005 AAS Winner. Sweet-as-candy flavor and space-saving vines. Thick orange flesh has rich, creamy...
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    55 Days 1998 AAS Winner. Distinguished by stems of many different colors: pink, orange, white, sunny yellow,...
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  • $5.55
    80-100 Days 2002 AAS Winner. The fruits of this sweet potato squash are very similar to Delicata except the...
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  • $3.35
    66 Day. Butterhead. 1963 AAS Winner. Long-time favorite. Vigorous, dependable and easy to grow. Compact head...
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    70 Days 1984 AAS Winner. Possibly the most widely adapted variety ever developed. Performs well from Canada...
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  • $4.45–$11.15
    48 Day. Bush. Yellow. Our earliest yellow bean variety. This All-America Winner is vigorous, productive and...
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  • $3.45–$6.25
    23 Days 1949 AAS Winner. All-time favorite home garden variety. Early, attractive, smooth, round, 3/4" brilliant...
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  • $5.55–$13.95
    57 Day. Bush. 1990 AAS Winner. Featuring improved tenderness and incredible yields. Round, straight pods have a...
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