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Mulukhiya - mucilaginous leafy green used in middle eastern cuisine. stems used to produce jute fibers.

Mulukhiya - mucilaginous leafy green used in middle eastern cuisine. stems used to produce jute fibers.

Borage – This familiar garden herb (Borago officnialis) has furry leaves and exquisite blue, star-shaped flowers. Both have a cooling taste reminiscent of cucumber. Try some of the flowers in a summer lemonade or sorbet – or a gin & tonic! They work particularly well as garnishes for gazpacho, cheese plates, or just sprinkled over salads.

Borage – This familiar garden herb (Borago officnialis) has furry leaves and exquisite blue, star-shaped flowers. Both have a cooling taste reminiscent of cucumber. Try some of the flowers in a summer lemonade or sorbet – or a gin & tonic! They work particularly well as garnishes for gazpacho, cheese plates, or just sprinkled over salads.

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AKA Lacinato Kale and Dinosaur Kale. This loose-leafed cabbage dates back to the early 1800’s at least.

AKA Lacinato Kale and Dinosaur Kale. This loose-leafed cabbage dates back to the early 1800’s at least.

Goldmarie Pole Bean - This heirloom is my favorite bean in the garden.  It is consistently the first to produce beans, by several weeks, no matter what part of the garden I put them in.  The beans are tasty fresh and cooked.  The best.  I originally bought them from Territorial (not at this link, I was just looking for a photo) but they stopped carrying them, so I've been seed saving them, successfully.   You can find them through other suppliers (or from me if you ask nice).

Goldmarie Pole Bean - This heirloom is my favorite bean in the garden. It is consistently the first to produce beans, by several weeks, no matter what part of the garden I put them in. The beans are tasty fresh and cooked. The best. I originally bought them from Territorial (not at this link, I was just looking for a photo) but they stopped carrying them, so I've been seed saving them, successfully. You can find them through other suppliers (or from me if you ask nice).

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