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    Default All In Circle 2019 - Final Parcel

    All In Circle 2019

    1. Norfolkgrey - Bosque Bumblebee and Dancing with Smurf Toms
    2. Veggiechicken - Angelica, Lovage and Red Russian kale
    3. Workslave - Wild oats, Onion white lisbon, Sunflower Autumn Beauty, Cucumber delikatess, true potato seed from last years Cara mothers, snow pea oregan and pea alderman.
    4. Teds Mum - arrowroot, scorzonera, japonica maize and potato onion seed
    5. Chrissyteacup - Tamra cucumber
    6. Muckdiva - HSL Lettuce ‘Stoke’, Oakleaf Lettuce and Dill
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    Bosque Blue Bumblebee Tomato

    J and L seeds says ‘This new and very rare tomato has deep purple shoulders on a glorious yellow background. It is a smaller salad tomato, juicy, with luscious texture and a sweet citrus flavor. You can pick a couple a day over a long season off the vigorous 6 foot indeterminate plants. Bumblebee takes about 70 days to produce ripe fruit from transplanting. Bred here on our farm.’

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    Dancing with Smurfs Tomato

    Info taken from Tatiana's Tomatobase "Indet. purple vines, round, red with strong blue cap, good keeper, mid-late season, traditional tomato flavor.Bred by Tom Wagner, a tomato and potato breeder from Washington state, the founder of Tater Mater Seed and New World Seeds & Tubers . Released in 2012 and offered commercially by New World Seeds & Tubers" .

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    Angelica

    Lovage

    Red Russian kale
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    Default Workslave

    Wild oats

    Onion white lisbon

    Sunflower Autumn Beauty

    Cucumber delikatess

    s/s 2018

    true potato seed from last years Cara mothers

    s/s 2018

    snow pea oregan

    s/s 2018/17

    pea alderman.

    s/s 2018/17
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    Default Teds Mum

    arrowroot

    scorzonera

    japonica maize

    potato onion seed
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    Tamra cucumber

    Originally from real seeds. From their website: "This superb variety was thought lost years ago, but cucumber breeder Robert Bruns heard of our search for an early, disease resistant, non-bitter, cucumber, and sent us the last few seeds he had. From those few seeds we regenerated this variety back in 2002 - & it's great!"
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    Lettuce ‘Stoke’

    Originally from HSL. "Originally from Stoke, near Rochester in Kent, where the Cheesman family had grown it for 170 years, but this variety probably dates back to before 1840. A compact and trouble-free lettuce, perfect for growing in limited space or in containers. The dark green leaves are crunchy, flavoursome and slightly sweet. Sow to harvest 70 days (approx.)"

    Oakleaf Lettuce

    Dill
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