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Old January 6, 2022   #32
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Originally Posted by PaulF View Post
The Diva that my wife grows and has grown for a couple of years has been the best tasting and most productive she has ever grown. And that variety stayed sweet and crisp right up to frost.

Yes Diva has been our favorite too, even for pickles,stays crisp better than any other kind that we've tried.
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