Seed Packet Mystery

Guess the plant based on the basic information present on the corresponding seed packet.
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Last updated: August 19, 2015
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First submittedAugust 19, 2015
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Attractive, large yellow flowers grow on 12' stalks. Hundreds of plump, thin shelled seeds are ready to harvest from center disk in 80 days. Annual.
Sunflower (Mammoth)
An excellent choice that will produce plenty of burpless, crispy fruits that are perfect for pickles. Best to pickle when fruits are smaller.
The small leaves of this compact, bush _____ are packed with spicy fragrance and flavor. Use fresh or dried in cooking. Also attractive as an edging or container plant. Harvest all season.
The fleshy, ribbed pods are very tender when picked at 3 inches in length. Great in Cajun dishes or when fried or boiled by itself. Heavy production with regular picking.
An early producer, popular for years in home gardens. About 6 1/2 inches in diameter, this melon has a thick, sweet, salmon-orange flesh with rich, aromatic flavor. High in vitamins A, B, and C.
Perennial herb. Because of the fragrant aroma and warm, tangy flavor of the leaves, ________ is popular for flavoring meats and soups. To add zest to grilled beef, chicken, or ribs, toss leaves over hot charcoal.
Summer Annual. Semi-double, slightly ruffled, fragrant blossoms are held up above foliage, not hidden. Long stems. Delightful range of delicate colors...yellow, orange and scarlet with a sprinkling of mahogany, ruby and cherry rose.
(...) Its crisp, tender flesh and extremely attractive color make it highly desirable for the garden or greenhouse. High in vitamin C.
Small, dainty, onion-like plant with decorative light purple flowers.
(...) Vines are 28 - 30 inches high that are dark green with 3 inch pods. Disease resistance to Fusarium Wilt race 1.
Strong tops on the 8 inch mature roots make them easy to pull from the ground. The flesh is firm, crisp, and of excellent flavor. Very productive and a fine keeper. High in vitamin A.
Perennial Herb. The most popular of all herbs for seasoning because of its mildly pungent flavor and pleasant aroma. May be used fresh or dried in stuffing and in pork or cheese dishes. The attractive plant can be used for gray accents in the flower garden.
(...) Great for salads, canning, or juice. Plants will produce until frost.
Level 76
Aug 20, 2015
I planted all of these in my garden this year, so it was easy for me to get 100% but it took me a bit to get radish and nasturtium. I was thinking watermelon for bright color, crisp flesh, and full of vitamin C.