AAS Winners

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  • $7.15–$27.95
    2018 AAS Winner! Very tender, super sweet, bicolor kernels fill 7-inch ears all the way to the tip. Perfect for...
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  • $3.95
    2017 AAS Winner! Fragrant plants produce very uniform, pure white, beautiful, 4 to 5 inch round bulbs with a much...
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  • $5.75
    (VFFA GLS ToMV) "The best tomato yet developed," as described by many experts who named this colossal beauty the 1994...
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  • $4.95
    1998 AAS Award Winner, a reselection of a New Zealand heirloom. Stalks are tender and have a mild flavor. Vibrant...
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  • $3.45–$4.95
    A beautiful variety with rich red pods on a reddish-colored, very bushy plant. A most unusual okra color. Pods will...
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  • $5.35
    2002 AAS Winner. Wonderfully adaptable to small spaces, with a sweet, nutty flavor that hints at brown sugar. A major...
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  • $3.75–$5.45
    Also known as Butter King. The largest and most heat-resistant of all Butterhead types. All-America Winner. An...
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  • $5.35
    60 Days 2017 AAS Winner! A unique red okra with pods that are round, not ribbed, and a brighter red than...
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  • $5.85–$8.50
    (VFFA GLS ToMV) The standard for main-crop hybrids where multiple disease resistance is required. Resistant to all 5...
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  • $3.25–$4.95
    America's most popular. Grows as big as a silver dollar without any pithiness. Withstands early planting and thrives...
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  • $3.95–$7.95
    48 Days AAS Winner. Extremely popular oval wax type for shipping and supermarket sales. Vigorous plants are...
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  • $4.85
    2014 AAS Winner. Grow pumpkins as charming as the fairy tale. The first hybrid Cinderella-type pumpkin on the...
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  • $3.55–$5.95
    Can be harvested continuously for weeks. Prolific producer of dark green, slightly grooved, pointed pods that are...
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  • $5.45–$12.95
    Remarkable tenderness and stunning yields are featured by this 1990 All-America Selections Winner. Derby produced the...
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  • $4.25
    58 Days 2002 AAS Winner. You'll enjoy the sweet, non-bitter, crisp fruits of this high-yielding slicing...
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  • $3.95
    60-80 Days 2015 AAS Winner. Attractive, compact plants produce sweet tender leaves and maintain a shape...
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  • $3.85–$5.95
    Most productive variety we offer. Produces tapered, cylindrical fruits with creamy-white flesh. Best picked between 6...
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  • $4.35–$6.95
    75 Days AAS Winner. The most popular of all bush lima beans. A dwarf form of the "Potato Lima" and a...
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  • $5.25–$14.95
    82 Days (se/sh2) 2001 All-America Selections Winner. A supersweet type that germinates with more vigor and...
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  • $3.75–$5.95
    75-77 Days The sweetest and longest variety of all. Coreless and crisp. Makes delicious carrot sticks. Roots...
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  • $4.55–$10.95
    85 Days (su) 1951 AAS Winner. Our most consistent producer. A truly outstanding late variety that is...
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  • $6.55
    80 days. 1959 AAS Winner. This popular hybrid produces earlier and more uniform crops than other hybrids. Plants...
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  • $4.95–$10.95
    57 Days 1991 AAS Winner! This cross of two great varieties just explodes with goodness. This is a cross of...
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  • $5.85
    42-50 Days 2016 AAS Winner! Smooth, globe-shaped bulbs can grow to about 4 to 6" in diameter and have snow-white...
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  • $4.75–$8.95
    (PVP) 2000 AAS Winner. A superior giant garden pea with prolific yields of consistently large pods. Oversized pods...
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  • $6.85
    Stunning bright orange fleshed 1999 All-America Selections winner. Matures very early. Not only a great color, but...
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  • $3.35–$4.95
    Also known as Giant Thick-Leaved spinach, recognized as the largest spinach. Old variety remains unbeatable for size....
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  • $3.75
    2014 AAS Winner A very high yielder of 3 to 6 inch, white spined cucumbers. Sweet, crispy fruits are perfect...
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  • $6.95
    US7,915,504 2010 AAS Winner. Stems branch from the base - an unusual habit that greatly reduces the need to...
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  • $3.25–$4.95
    Highly popular variety combines extreme earliness with outstanding quality. All-America Winner. Round, red, smooth...
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  • $5.95
    Impressive is the word for these blazing 5 in. bicolor blooms which are formed with golden petals and a molten...
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  • $3.75
    2014 AAS Winner. The first radish to win an AAS award in many years. Its most outstanding quality is the ability to...
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  • $3.45–$4.95
    54 Days 1957 AAS Winner. The #1 beet grown commercially in the U.S. That's because this variety holds its...
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  • $5.35
    2017 National AAS Winner Vigorous vines produce an abundance of flavorful, straight and stringless, 5 to 6 inch...
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  • $5.55
    48 Days 1975 AAS Winner. The advantages of true hybrid vigor are apparent in the steady yields of uniform 2...
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  • $3.95–$4.95
    Best frilled type. Slow to bolt. Mature, wide leaves are bright green, frilled at the edges and delicious when cooked...
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  • $5.95
    All-American Winner. Disease resistant - drought tolerant - the most forgiving zinnia you can grow. A natural for...
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  • $3.95
    60 Days AAS Winner. Very solid heads have excellent holding qualities and are well wrapped. An excellent...
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  • $3.55–$4.95
    58 Days AAS Winner. Our best yielding early slicer. Extremely popular early variety. Has perfectly straight,...
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  • $3.55
    Shaped like Hungarian Yellow Hot Pepper, but this one is sweet. Attractive, golden, long-tapered fruits. Very...
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  • $7.95
    58 Days 1983 AAS Winner. Burpless and seedless - the first AAS-Winning seedless cucumber, and still one of the...
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  • $3.95
    49 Days AAS Winner. One of the very best for canning. Very early and one of the most productive. Plants grow...
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