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Vegetable Garden Seed Collection

Vegetable Garden Seeds

Research shows that school vegetable gardens can enhance students' nutritional attitudes. By growing, eating, and studying the nutritious values of the vegetables in our seed collection, you can reinforce classroom lessons about healthy eating. This collection contains 11 seed packets: Rutgers and Sweetie Cherry tomato, Provider Bush bean, Waltham broccoli, Two Star lettuce, Danvers carrot, Cherry Belle radish, Marketmore cucumber, Parade Bunching onion, California Wonder sweet pepper, and Dark Green zucchini.
Vegetable Garden Seed Collection

$9.95

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Research shows that school vegetable gardens can enhance students' nutritional attitudes. By growing, eating, and studying the nutritious values of the vegetables in our seed collection, you can reinforce classroom lessons about healthy eating. This collection contains 11 seed packets: Rutgers and Sweetie Cherry tomato, Provider Bush bean, Waltham broccoli, Two Star lettuce, Danvers carrot, Cherry Belle radish, Marketmore cucumber, Parade Bunching onion, California Wonder sweet pepper, and Dark Green zucchini.

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One student proudly paraded down the hall, remarking that he was going to be a gardener when he grows up.
Thank you for helping us with a project that is so good it is taking on a life of it's own.
– Diana, Clay Springs Elementary School, Florida, Youth Garden Grant Recipient
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