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  1. 0500009 (Treated)

    Large, succulent bulb. Anise flavored. Feathery foliage. Slow to bolt in warmer harvest periods.
  2. 0500016U (Untreated)

    Bushy plants produce cascading stems with dark silver-green, aromatic leaves.
  3. 0500068U (Untreated)

    A wild rocket type which is more uniform, darker green, and overall more classy than standard varieties. Multipurpose variety that is later maturing for use in baby leaf, fresh cut, or potted plants. Seeds counts average 1.5 million/LB.
  4. 0500120U (Untreated)

    Sweet basil primarily for field production; medium‐sized, slightly ruffled leaf with bright green color.

    Disease Resistant Codes Pb

  5. 0500079U (Untreated)

    Highly ornamental basil with 3" leaves, purple stems and purple blossoms. The distinctive flavor combine the clove-mint of basil with sweet spices of the East.
  6. 0500015U (Untreated)

    Balsam-like aroma. Bushy plants. Widely used as fresh and dried.
  7. 0500010U (Untreated)

    Widely adapted. Feathery foliage with an anise‐type flavor. Best for cool season harvest.
  8. 0500074U (Untreated)

    Medium sized, compact plant with broad, slightly corrugated spoon shaped leaves that are dark green, highly scented, and carefully selected for blocking of any mint smell. Seed tested Fusarium oxysporum free! Replaces Genovese.
  9. 0500014U (Untreated)

    Broad leaves have a pleasant, peppery flavor.
  10. 0500013U (Untreated)

    Availability: Crop Fail
    Lemon-like flavor. Vigorous with long, green, sword-shaped leaves.
  11. 0500042 (Treated)

    A favorite strain of slow-bolting cilantro. High yields, attractive deep green leaves.
  12. 0500012U (Untreated)

    A hardy, dark blue-green, broad-leaved herb with a very pungent flavor. Dries well.
  13. 0500032U (Untreated)

    Bushy, tall plants with gray-green, needle-like foliage. Use the piney-mint flavored tips for culinary seasoning.
  14. 0500069U (Untreated)

    Deeply lobed, faster growing in cool season harvest periods. Perfect unique shape, texture and spicy taste. Used as a companion in salad mix blends.
  15. 0500029U (Untreated)

    Very uniform strain of dark, purple-red basil. Oval leaves have clove-like spiciness.
  16. 0500063U (Untreated)

    A striking specialty basil that does great as ornamental. Shiny, deep purple leaves have a strong flavor. Not ideal for fresh eating.
  17. 0500123U (Untreated)

    Hybrid basil has resistance to Downy Mildew and Fusarium. Multi cut, productive and vigorous. Classic Genovese features and Aroma. Early to harvest with long shelf life. Dark green leaves, spoon to flat leaf shape.

    Disease Resistant Codes Fob Pb

  18. 0500107U (Untreated)

    Plant produces spicy leaves for gourmet salads and sandwiches. Fast growing plant suitable for containers.
  19. 0500060U (Untreated)

    Bright green leaves with white flowers, grows 1.5‐2' tall. Strong and spicy flavor. Excellent culinary oregano, standard in pasta and tomato sauces.
  20. 0500011U (Untreated)

    Aromatic and flavorful. Bright, blue-green leaves can be used fresh or dried.

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