2017 All-America Selection Winner! Eye-catching bright yellow fruits are as attractive to look at as they are to eat! Small, cascading plants are prolific producers of delicious cherry-sized fruits. Great for snacking, salads or for adding a pop of color to your favorite recipes. Perfect for containers.
These huge, beefsteak-type red-and yellow fruits with a high sugar content are delicious and pretty to slice because of the bi-coloring. Although the variety is called Mr. Stripey, don’t expect perfect stripes. This is an heirloom and no two tomatoes are ever the same. The background color of the tomato is yellow to light orange, and the red often appears in little spots that align themselves in stripes radiating from the stem end of the fruit.
Indeterminate heirloom produces through the season; they are vigorous, so use tall cages.
Celebration Swiss chard produces thick red, yellow, rose, gold, and white stems that bear slightly savoyed leaves of burgundy and green. Immature leaves are tender and excellent in salads, while the cooked mature leaves and stalks have a flavor that is milder than cooked spinach, and packed with nutrients.
Open-pollinated. Vigorous long-standing plants tolerate a wide variety of weather conditions. Broad silvery-white midribs with a crispy sweet succulence and none of the oxalic aftertaste common in other chards. Deep green savoyed leaves have a mild clean flavor and make a great substitute for spinach in omelettes, pasta dishes and casseroles.
Recommended by the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers. Vigorous all-season producers hold up well in summer rain and heat all over the country. Densely petaled blooms are up to 6″ across. Long-lasting standouts in bouquets. Colors include: deep red, orange, carmine rose, coral, lime, wine, purple, bright pink, white, salmon rose, scarlet, and golden yellow.
Tall dark blue, purple spike blossoms. These re-bloomers will bloom in early to mid-summer and continue if the growing season is long enough and they have been trimmed back in time to grow again. Plant in the back of the garden and stake if not protected from the wind for best results. Guardian Blue Delphinium makes an excellent cutting flower because of their thick stems. Deer resistant.