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Colorful carrots packed with nutrient-dense phyto-nutrients. They are sweet too.

Have you ever engaged in Salad Art? The colorful phyto-nutrients keep your every cell nurtured.

Did you know you can cole-slaw? Shred cabbage, carrots, onions, salt Add cold water and let sit 2 hours. Drain. Add caraway seeds, juniper berries, celery seeds Using 5% acid vinegar, add sugar to make a medium syrup. Boil for at least 5 minutes. Put in vegetables and spices in syrup and boil.coleslaw 5 minutes. Put in sterile quart jars, 1/2 inch head-space. Water-bath can for 45 minutes @ 4000 ft. Use your Ball Canning Book for other altitudes.

Bright Lights Swiss Chard is frost tolerant and is a colorful compliment to fall meals.

Speckled Hound is a colorful and very delicious squash. It grows easily and abundantly. The meat is bright orange (lots of Vitamin A) that is moist, rich, and tender.

Frosty days need Hearty Stews. Ingredients: Meat (or not), carrots, onions, potatoes, tomatoes, pepper, salt, liquid smoke, other warming spices like cayenne. Dumplings on top optional. If you make dumplings add parsley.

Try something different next year. Plant German Striped Cavern Tomatoes. At harvest pop out the center (very easy) and stuff them with your favorite meatloaf recipe. Serve on a bed of cooked brown rice, with Bright Lights Chard, and onions. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. It makes a colorful fall presentation for any meal.

Bright Lights Chard is so colorful it will brighten even your darkest days!

Super sweet cherry tomatoes are the first to appear in the summer and the last hold outs after the killer frosts.

Thyme to Garden! Aromatic sweet peas add dimension & texture to your garden.