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Game of thrones inspired collection, 60 seeds

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According to Cersei Lannister, “ When you play the Game of Thrones you win or you die. There is no middle ground.”  You can fill the ground with a garden of vegetables that are reminiscent of the characters from the seven kingdoms. 

 

Lord Petyr Baelish, known as “Littlefinger” might enjoy this tiny Asian eggplant called the same name. Little Finger eggplants are mini-sized and ready to eat when they’re about the size of your pinky finger. They grow in clusters on small plants that are perfect for a container sized patio or space. There delicate flavor is delicious and we recommend trying them in stir-fries. 

 

John Snow White Cherry Tomatoes are a pale white to light yellow color. They produce loads of compact tomatoes that will be a lighter white color if grown in the shade.  This is a very juicy tomato, with a mild sweet flavor and just a bit of zing! These are Wildling kids favorites beyond the wall.

 

“You are the moon of my life, my sun and stars...” Drago and Daenerys would have appreciated this Moon & Stars Watermelon that is named for its patterned rind.  It's midnight black with golden spangles and one large - lunar spot.  It's been a beloved heirloom forever. YELLOW Moon & Stars adds another surprise when it's sliced open.  Zowie!  The flesh is bright yellow, sweet and delicious!

 

King of the north pepper, House Stark held the title for centuries now you can taste these prolific, cool weather loving peppers! Perfect for salads, dips, or try it in your favorite sauce. Even Joffrey loves these for their crispness and likes them after pie.  

 

Dragons Egg cucumber won’t produce Drogon, Viserion, or Rhaegal, but they will give cream colored cucumbers that fit in the palm of your hand! A favorite vegetable of the faceless men of Braavos. 

 

Galeux d’eysines is a squash that turns from green to peach in color, and has crusty growths that cover the skin as it matures. Just like grayscale advances on the Stone Men, these growths advance on this squash, though the more growths, the sweeter the fruit inside!


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