Glass Gem Corn - Carefully stewarded by http://www.seedstrust.com/ in Arizona "Seedsman Greg Schoen got this seed from Carl Barnes, a part-Cherokee man, now in his 80's, in Oklahoma. He was Greg's "corn-teacher". Greg was in the process of moving last year and wanted someone else to store and protect some of his seeds. He left samples of several corn varieties, including glass gem (to the Seeds Trust).
Strawberry spinach - annual plant of great beauty. It is a shrub with many branches, each of which is strewn with edible red berries with the size of garden raspberries. Strawberry spinach leaves are edible, and they have good taste. Berries are sweet, gentle, they can be used directly with the leaves in salads, spinach juice, stewed fruit, jam and decorate them any food.
Asparagus Pea - an easy to grow, unusual vegetable with a unique gourmet flavour. A hint of asparagus - perhaps? Asparagus Pea goes with virtually any dish. Cook whole at 3cm (1in) long, preferably by steaming, and serve with a little melted butter. No flavouring should be used as this will destroy its own delicious taste. Asparagus Pea can also be used in the flower border as attractive ground cover.
Full Moon Pumpkin - As luminous and big as the full moon, this enormous, white pumpkin will eclipse all others in the pumpkin patch. Maxing out at 48 inches tall and 30 inches in diameter, this smooth-skinned behemoth weighs in from 60-90 pounds! A staggering display as a jack-o-lantern (if you can manage to hoist it onto your porch). The search is finally over for a white giant pumpkin.