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Cool-Season Vegetable Bundle with 7 Seed Packets
For the gardener that just can't wait to start planting in the spring! Is that you?
All seven of these vegetables can be planted early and before the last average frost date in spring. It includes 1 seed packet each of Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrot, Lettuce, Pea, and Spinach for a total of 7 packets.
With more than 1,200 seeds you will be able to plant a 150 ft. long row that will provide fresh nutritious vegetables to feed a family of four or to sell at a fresh produce market.
If that is way too much food at one time, simply plant a 15-foot row using the seed spacing information provided on the packet. Then plant more seeds every few weeks for a staggered harvest throughout the season. Any remaining seeds can be stored for next year in a sealed glass jar.
The GetReal Grow Food seed selections are the easiest varieties to grow from each vegetable category. They are all delicious and familiar choices that are usually at the grocery store.
Get real and grow food.
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