There’s nothing I get a bigger kick out of than watching a sprout push out of the earth from a seed I have planted. These seedlings come from seeds I planted within a week of one another. In Southern California, gardeners do not get a break! We can, and must, if you are obsessed as I am now, plant year-round.

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Snow Pea – Oregon Sugar Pod II

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Moss Curled Parsley Heirloom

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Gourmet Blend Beet Heirloom

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Broccoli Raab Rapini Heirloom

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Baby Finger Carrot Heirloom

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Copenhagen Market Green Cabbage Heirloom

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Italian Dark Leaf Parsley Heirloom

Stay tuned for Part 2! Are seeds are from Botanical Interests. The snow peas are a hybrid, bred for resisting mildew, which I have a huge problem with here by the coast. Thanks for stopping by. Please check back on my progress! – Kaye