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Delicious early determinate beefsteak. Fantastic flavor and impressive disease resistance. Round, 7–12 oz. fruits can be harvested with green shoulders and ripened red in storage, or ripen on the vine.

Determinate

Compact, cascading plants grow to 24″ and produce generous amount of 2 to 3 oz. bright red, cherry size fruits. Juicy, delicious and perfect for snacking. Great for containers.

Determinate

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.

Determinate

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.

An old Cherokee Indian heirloom, pre-1890 variety; beautiful, deep purple-pink color, superb sweet flavor, and very-large-sized fruit.

Indeterminate

Well known and loved for its perfect flavor balance of sugars and acids. Delicious, deep rose-scarlet flesh is smooth and incredibly juicy. Pick just before ripe to avoid cracking. Potato-leaf variety.

Indeterminate heirloom

  • 16 oz fruit

An excellent roma paste tomato. Bright red, meaty fruits are 5 to 8 ounces and full of flavor. Disease resistant plants are very vigorous and produce fruit abundantly throughout the growing season. The perfect variety for the home gardener who enjoys canning or making pastes and sauces.

Determinate

Peppers

Best combination of earliness and yield in a jalapeno. Fruits can be harvested early or allowed to check (small cracks in skin). Add some spice to your life! 

Japanese shishito pepper for cooking or salads.

Avg. 3 1/2-4″ heavily wrinkled fruits are thin walled, mild (no heat) when green and slightly sweet when red. Popular in Japan where its thin walls make it particularly suitable for tempura. Also very good in stir fries or sautés. In Asia, fruits are always cooked green but they also may be used red. Thinly sliced, the red fruits are excellent in salads and coleslaw. Large, upright plants produce good yields over an extended harvest period.

Sprinter is a red bell pepper that will produce high yields of beautiful, large, dark-red fruits through a variety of conditions. Excellent flavor. 

Delicious yellow Italian frying pepper.

The golden-yellow counterpart to lovely ‘Carmen’ and a refined take on the popular Corno di Toro (or “Bull’s Horn”) pepper class. Super sweet any way it is prepared, but traditionally used for frying.

The standard open-pollinated, heirloom red bell pepper. A nice size with very good yield; a popular variety perfect for stuffing.

Fruits mature in 75 days. Start out green and turn red if left on vine.

Best-tasting sweet Italian frying pepper.

A high-performing rendition of the classic Corno di Toro (or “Bull’s Horn”) pepper popular in Italy. Early, adaptable, and notably sweet (especially when fully red-ripe) with a shapely tapered silhouette. Excellent roasted, grilled, and in salads. Upright, medium-sized plant.
Vegetables

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.

Graffiti’s brilliant purple heads are attractive served raw with dip or as a cooked vegetable. Graffiti produces a true cauliflower head on large plants. 

Best mini variety.

9″ tall heads with dark green outer leaves and an attractive yellow interior. Light, sweet taste. Slow to bolt. High resistance to downy mildew.

Highly reliable, low maintenance, adaptable to many environments. Virtually no bulbs and is highly self-blanching even without hilling. Separate and plant individually.

Dark blue-green leaves with beautiful savoy. Also referred to as Tuscan, Lacinato or dinosaur kale.

Standard curly kale. Once planted in the spring you can continually harvest lower leaves all the way through late fall.

Herbs

We sold out of the herb medley. We will have to start more of these next season.

Herb starter kit contains the following herbs:

Amethyst basil
Devotion Genovese basil
Parsley
Thyme
Oregano
Dill

Summer Thyme is a handsome, low-growing plant with aromatic leaves used fresh or dried to flavor meats, poultry, stews, sauces, soups and dressings. Harvest mid-June through mid-July. Excellent in patio containers and is virtually free of pests and disease.
Perennial herb

Purple Genovese type basil.

Large 2–3″ wide, turned-down leaves. This stunning basil is nearly black in color. Purple flowers and red leaves make an attractive garnish.

High leaf mass on thick, upright stems for easier harvest. Compared to the standard parsley Giant of Italy, Peione has larger and darker green leaves, a more uniform plant habit, and sweeter flavor.

Easy to grow herb. Use for garnishes, salads, and cooking. It performs well in containers and allows for multiple cuttings per season from one planting. Upright leaves make harvesting easy.

Strong oregano aroma and flavor; great for pizza and Italian cooking. Characteristic dark green leaves with white flowers.

Perennial herb that grows well in hot, dry soil once established.

Early-flowering plants produce large blooms, seed umbels, and foliage on long stems. Edible seeds, flowers, and greens flavor many foods. Popular addition to sauces, salads, and soup. Great for pickling. 

Genovese variety with a compact, highly productive growth habit. Great for pesto, salads, pizza, or sandwiches. Strong downy mildew resistance.

Flowers

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.

Elegant cut flower on strong, slender stems.

Sturdy, uniform, annual scabiosa mix in a wide range of colors. 1 1/2-2 1/2″ blooms. Field-grown mix of black, blue, creamy yellow, pink, bright red, deep blue, rose hues, and pure white. Also known as mourning bride.

Perfect bouquet filler. Masses of soft, feathery, 2-6″ long plumes in scarlet, orange, bright yellow, pink, cream. Multi-branching plants produce 10-14 stems each. Also known as cockscomb, Prince of Wales feather, and prince feather.

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.

Tomatoes
Delicious early determinate beefsteak. Fantastic flavor and impressive disease resistance. Round, 7–12 oz. fruits can be harvested with green shoulders and ripened red in storage, or ripen on the vine. Determinate
Compact, cascading plants grow to 24″ and produce generous amount of 2 to 3 oz. bright red, cherry size fruits. Juicy, delicious and perfect for snacking. Great for containers. Determinate
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 Read More
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 Read More
An old Cherokee Indian heirloom, pre-1890 variety; beautiful, deep purple-pink color, superb sweet flavor, and very-large-sized fruit. Indeterminate
Well known and loved for its perfect flavor balance of sugars and acids. Delicious, deep rose-scarlet flesh is smooth and incredibly juicy. Pick just before ripe to avoid cracking. Potato-leaf variety. Indeterminate heirloom 16 oz fruit
An excellent roma paste tomato. Bright red, meaty fruits are 5 to 8 ounces and full of flavor. Disease resistant plants are very vigorous and produce fruit abundantly throughout the growing season. The perfect variety for the home gardener Read More
Peppers
Best combination of earliness and yield in a jalapeno. Fruits can be harvested early or allowed to check (small cracks in skin). Add some spice to your life! 
Japanese shishito pepper for cooking or salads. Avg. 3 1/2-4″ heavily wrinkled fruits are thin walled, mild (no heat) when green and slightly sweet when red. Popular in Japan where its thin walls make it particularly suitable for tempura Read More
Sprinter is a red bell pepper that will produce high yields of beautiful, large, dark-red fruits through a variety of conditions. Excellent flavor. 
Delicious yellow Italian frying pepper. The golden-yellow counterpart to lovely ‘Carmen’ and a refined take on the popular Corno di Toro (or “Bull’s Horn”) pepper class. Super sweet any way it is prepared, but traditionally used Read More
The standard open-pollinated, heirloom red bell pepper. A nice size with very good yield; a popular variety perfect for stuffing. Fruits mature in 75 days. Start out green and turn red if left on vine.
Best-tasting sweet Italian frying pepper. A high-performing rendition of the classic Corno di Toro (or “Bull’s Horn”) pepper popular in Italy. Early, adaptable, and notably sweet (especially when fully red-ripe) with a shapely tapere Read More
Vegetables
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 fl Read More
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 hav Read More
Graffiti’s brilliant purple heads are attractive served raw with dip or as a cooked vegetable. Graffiti produces a true cauliflower head on large plants. 
Best mini variety. 9″ tall heads with dark green outer leaves and an attractive yellow interior. Light, sweet taste. Slow to bolt. High resistance to downy mildew.
Highly reliable, low maintenance, adaptable to many environments. Virtually no bulbs and is highly self-blanching even without hilling. Separate and plant individually.
Dark blue-green leaves with beautiful savoy. Also referred to as Tuscan, Lacinato or dinosaur kale.
Standard curly kale. Once planted in the spring you can continually harvest lower leaves all the way through late fall.
Herbs
We sold out of the herb medley. We will have to start more of these next season. Herb starter kit contains the following herbs: Amethyst basil Devotion Genovese basil Parsley Thyme Oregano Dill
Summer Thyme is a handsome, low-growing plant with aromatic leaves used fresh or dried to flavor meats, poultry, stews, sauces, soups and dressings. Harvest mid-June through mid-July. Excellent in patio containers and is virtually free of Read More
Purple Genovese type basil. Large 2–3″ wide, turned-down leaves. This stunning basil is nearly black in color. Purple flowers and red leaves make an attractive garnish.
High leaf mass on thick, upright stems for easier harvest. Compared to the standard parsley Giant of Italy, Peione has larger and darker green leaves, a more uniform plant habit, and sweeter flavor.
Easy to grow herb. Use for garnishes, salads, and cooking. It performs well in containers and allows for multiple cuttings per season from one planting. Upright leaves make harvesting easy.
Strong oregano aroma and flavor; great for pizza and Italian cooking. Characteristic dark green leaves with white flowers. Perennial herb that grows well in hot, dry soil once established.
Early-flowering plants produce large blooms, seed umbels, and foliage on long stems. Edible seeds, flowers, and greens flavor many foods. Popular addition to sauces, salads, and soup. Great for pickling. 
Genovese variety with a compact, highly productive growth habit. Great for pesto, salads, pizza, or sandwiches. Strong downy mildew resistance.
Flowers
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. Color Read More
Elegant cut flower on strong, slender stems. Sturdy, uniform, annual scabiosa mix in a wide range of colors. 1 1/2-2 1/2″ blooms. Field-grown mix of black, blue, creamy yellow, pink, bright red, deep blue, rose hues, and pure white. Also Read More
Perfect bouquet filler. Masses of soft, feathery, 2-6″ long plumes in scarlet, orange, bright yellow, pink, cream. Multi-branching plants produce 10-14 stems each. Also known as cockscomb, Prince of Wales feather, and prince feather.
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 Read More