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Artichoke, Green Globe

Cynara scolymus. Perennial. This plant produces tender and flavorful green artichokes which are actually the flower buds of the thistle. This variety does well in most areas including Cache Valley, however, heavy mulching is recommended for overwintering.
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Arugula, Pepper Grass

Rapidly-growing, frilly leaves leap out of the ground. Pepper Grass, aka Curly Cress, is spicy and flavorful; a little can go a long way.  Plant a small amount frequently or grow indoors as sprouts. Fully mature in 40 days.
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Arugula, Rocket

Arugula is an aromatic salad green that is low in calories and high in vitamins A and C.  Sow seeds in the spring with other lettuce and plant every 20 to 30 days for successive harvests.
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Asparagus, Mary Washington

Heirloom. As asparaguses are perennial vegetables, you just plant them once and enjoy season after season. In 2 years, you’ll have light cuttings, with regular cuttings thereafter.
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Bean, Be Sweet Soy (Edamame)

The smooth, dark green, fleshy 15cm (6in) stringless pods have that hearty fresh bean taste when harvested young and tender.  Pole beans often perform better under harsh conditions than others and don’t require bees for pollination.
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Bean, Blue Lake Bush

This dark-green bean has been a standard for over 40 years. The bush plants set heavy yields of flavorful pods that are tender and crisp and have slow developing seeds.  Resistant to bean mosaic virus, Blue Lake is a great bean for the garden.
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Bean, Blue Lake Pole

The smooth, dark green, fleshy 15cm (6in) stringless pods have that hearty fresh bean taste when harvested young and tender.  Pole beans often perform better under harsh conditions than others and don’t require bees for pollination.
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Bean, Buttercrisp Wax

Bright yellow, slender 5.5-inch pods are long and uniform in shape.  It has a distinct flavor that is more subtle than common green beans.  These beans are a good source of iron, vitamin C, and folate.
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Bean, English Broad (Fava)

For a jump start on the bean season broad beans are the way to go.  These beans prefer to be planted in time with your spring peas or as soon as the ground can be worked.
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Bean, Fordhook Lima

Fordhook Lima Bean is prolific even during drought and heat. Bush-type plants set 3-5 tasty seeds per pod. The Fordhook Lima bean is the finest and largest lima bean.
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Microgreens
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Bone Meal
Provides a slow release form of natural phosphorus to help plant produce sturdy root systems, hastens maturity and stimulates plant growth. For use on bulbs, roses, flowers and shrubs.