Winter Greenhouse

Vegetables

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Plant Name Light Days to Ripen Disease Resistance Description
Aspabroc S 50-60   It has a sweet, delicate flavor with a subtle, peppery taste. The flavor is milder and sweeter when cooked. When eaten raw, the vegetable has a tender, yet crunchy texture . After first maturity of the central shoots, plants will set 3 to 5 shoots shortly thereafter and continue for about 4 weeks in mild weather.
Broccoli Lieutenant S 80   Erect plants with minimal side shoots, medium size main stems with reduced hollow stern. Smooth crowns have minimal bract leaves during hot weather. Dark green crowns with medium sized beads.
Broccoli Marathon S 75   Highly tolerant to cold temperatures. Makes large, firm heads and after harvest comes with plenty of still nice size side shoots into late fall. Our highest yielding favorite.
Broccoli Packman S 53   Heat tolerant. Fine to plant succesive for continues harvest. After you have taken the side shoots - there comes more and more shoots, still developing into a tons of flowers for your bees and butterflies.
Brussel Sprouts Franklin S 80   The earliest to ripen. Taste is improved with a few light frosts. The tall plants have less woody stalks than other varieties, so whole stem harvest is possible.
Cabbage Bobcat S 80   This variety produces good yields of 6-pound blue-green cabbage. The plant is very uniform and holds it's shape well. Good for making salads, slaws, stuffed cabbage, and cooked dishes.
Cabbage Flat Dutch Late S 100   Large, broad flat heads, 10-15 pounds, low growing, short cored.
Cabbage Ruby Perfection S 85   Sweet red heads, 3-3.5 pounds, slow to split, heat and cold tolerant.
Cabbage Savoy Alcosa S 55   Early producer of round, 2-4 lb., deep blue-green, crinkled heads. Alcosa's well-packed, thin, yellow interior leaves quickly fill in, making it a smart choice for closely spaced plantings of mini cabbages. Flavor improves with cold weather. Best in cooked dishes
Cabbage Stonehead S 67   Round, rock solid, short cored, creamy white interior, crisp texture, 4-6 pounds.
Cantaloupe French Orange S 75   The flavor of Charentais melons is difficult to describe, but the fragrance is the most enticing of any melon we know! These sturdy fruits boast deep orange flesh that is succulent, juicy, and very rich.
Caraflex S 68   Extremely uniform, small heads with good wrapper leaves for insect and sun protection. Inner leaves are tender, crunchy, and have an excellent, sweet and mild cabbage flavor. Perfect for summer salads, slaws, or cooked dishes.
Cauliflower Amazing S 68   Large, solid white heads both in warm and cold weather. Plant succesive and you can harvest high yields into late fall. An absolute favorite in our climate.
Cauliflower Snow Crown S 50-60   Snow Crown is always mild and sweet. Its hybrid vigor and rapid growth make it one of the easiest to grow of all early cauliflower varieties. It forms fully domed curds in heads 7-8 inches across, weighing 1-2 pounds.
Cauliflower Veronica S 85   An out-of-the-ordinary cauliflower, perfect raw or cooked. This hybrid is a vigorous grower with beautiful lime green peaked heads comprised of small towering florets with a milder, sweeter flavor than white cauliflower. They should be eaten when the heads are small. Remains green when cooked. Heat tolerant. Best for fall harvest.
Celeriac S 110   Also called turnip rooted celery or root celery, it is grown for its globular root which has a celery-like flavor. May be used raw or cooked; good in soups or stews, pate and fried like hamburgers.
Celeriac Mars S 95   Large, uniform roots with big, healthy plants. Interiors stay firm, even when roots are large. Holds well in the field.
Celery Candy Cane S 85   Striped, candy-pink stalks shade to green leaves. Pretty in the garden or on a vegetable tray - even keeps its color when cooked! Slow to bolt, spicy flavor. Harvest outside stalks as needed.
Celery Tango S 85   So improved over older varieties that it's almost an entirely new plant. Tango delivers yields and flavor like you've never seen before! The stalks are wonderfully crunchy and sweet, springing up from exceptionally vigorous, robust plants.
Cucumber Amiga S 55   Spineless, thin-skinned, very dark green cucumbers with good flavor. Multiple disease resistances help promote high yields of 6 inch fruits. The most reliable slicer cucumber in our climate for many years.
Cucumber Bush Pickle S 48   Small bushy plant, green fruit, 4- 5 inch cukes, can be grown in containers.
Cucumber Gold Standard S 49   One cool, delicious cucumber with gorgeous golden flesh. Boasts five times the beta-carotene of other cucumbers. 18 inches tall and 60 inch spreading plants yield 6-8 inch fruit.
Cucumber Martini S 55-60   Stands out from the competition for its non-yellowing white exterior and earlier yields. Very tender, "no peel" skin if harvested at 5 -6 inches in length. Powdery mildew resistant and staying power in the heat of summer. White interior is bitter-free, very sweet and crunchy.
Cucumber Striped Armenian S 63   Unique appearance and excellent flavor. Very unusual, slightly fuzzy, serpentine fruits are slightly ridged with alternating dark and light green stripes. Different and delicious!
Cucumber Sweet Slice S 52-64   Crisp texture, long dark green fruit on vining plant, can be trained on trellis, 10 inch cucumbers.
Cucumber Sweeter Yet S 48   Cucumbers don't come any sweeter than these glossy, deep green, extra-sweet small cucumbers. Enjoy these slender, cucumbers in salads or as snacks. They arrive early, produce prolifically all summer long. Sweet, mild taste, non-acidic, and burpless.
Eggplant Meatball S 55-60   Meet the mightiest, meatiest eggplant ever. Imagine fresh, home-grown, vine-ripened meat. That's 'Meatball'. Fruit is dense, moist, flavorful flesh captures the flavor and texture of meat as no other eggplant or any vegetable can.
Eggplant Millionaire S 63   Smooth, very attractive type with good flavor. Delicious in stir-fry dishes. Slender fruits, 2 inches across, 8-10 inches long that are borne early on upright plants. Proven tops for performance, flavor and wide adaptability.
Fennel Orazio S 50 Baby, 80 Full Size   Large, thick, rounded bulbs. Crisp and flavorful with a nice anise flavor. 'Orazio' has heavier bulbs giving it a higher yield potential than flatter, open-pollinated fennels.
Flowering Cabbage Color Up Mix S 85   Create a colorful bed, border, or edging with cold-weather-friendly, easy-to-grow Color Up!
Flowering Kale Glamour Red S 90   AAS winner. Glamour is the first flowering kale with glossy leaves
Flowering Kale Yokohama Mix S 90-100   Very unique, extra-curly fringed leaves. Slow to bolt and longer and a stronger performance in the garden.
Kale Prizm S 50-60   AAS Vegetable Award Winner! 'Prizm' produces attractive short, tight ruffle-edged leaves that can be grown in containers as well as in-ground beds. Their easy-to-maintain, almost stemless stalks are quick to re-leaf so harvest early and often for a continual supply throughout the season. The excellent tasting, somewhat nutty flavored leaves are tender enough to enjoy in fresh salads and also perfect for soups and your favorite cooked dishes. 'Prizm' is a foodie gardener’s dream come true!
Kale Redbor S 50   Wow, a completely magenta kale! This vigorous and cold hardy edible landscape plant is both beautiful and tasty. Mild and crisp, this finely curled kale adds a flash of color to salads.
Kale Simply Salad Storm Mix S     Enjoy as both a colorful, mixed-texture ornamental and a delicious, nutritious edible. The very first All Kale Salad Mixture including frilly leaved types, purple and blue types.
Kale Winterbor S 75   Excellent cold crop. Leaves are well-curled, blue-green, and ruffled. Vigorous plants will continue growing to produce leaves for successive harvests as the lower leaves are harvested.
Kohlrabi White Vienna S 58   Sweet, mild, nut like flavor, great source of Vitamin C.
Leek King Richard (early) S 75   Extra long slim stems, early season June-July, late season Aug-Sept., will stay ready for Christmas.
Leek Tadorna (storage) S 100   High yielding, erect, long shanks, medium green, can be used as baby leeks in mid-summer.
Lettuce Adriana S 48   Heat tolerant, dark green butterhead. 'Adriana' is large and has a broad disease package. Heads are full and dense with good flavor. Good tolerance to tipburn, and bolting. High resistance to downy mildew
Lettuce Alfresco Mix S 14-21 days   Red and green leaf lettuces with arugula, endive and radicchio. Makes a delicious and nutritious salad. Harvest every 3 weeks by cutting down to 2 inches.
Lettuce Butterhead Red Cross S 48   Suitable for spring, summer, and fall crops. Resistant to downy mildew. A heat-tolerant butter head lettuce that just taste great.
Lettuce Holon S 55   Dense, upright heads with good flavor. Suitable for spring, summer, and fall cultivation. Closes slowly and holds well in the field. Uniform plants. High resistance to downy mildew.
Lettuce Magenta S 48   Red summer crisp with good flavor. Shiny, slightly puckered, red-tinged leaves form a whirled, conical head with a crispy, green heart. Ideal for spring and summer plantings.
Lettuce Salad Simply Summer Picnic Mix S 65   Create delicious salads, sandwiches and more with the five types of gourmet baby lettuce greens contained in this mix! Summer Picnic brings you the best cut-and-come-again varieties for tasty, succulent eating. Harvest every 3 weeks by cutting back to 2 inches.
Lettuce Sandy S 50   An attractive oakleaf type lettuce with a multitude of sweet tasting frilly dark green leaves. Not just pretty and tasty, 'Sandy' has exceptional disease resistance, especially to powdery mildew and is slow to bolt.
Melon Athena S 75   Sweet, thick, firm flesh, uniform oval shape, 5-6 pound fruit.
New Zealand Spinach S 55-65   Not a true spinach, but similar in flavor and usage. Keep picking the young shoots when about 3 inches long and tender and the plant will continue branching out with new shoots through the summerheat until frost. Blanch and freeze down for the winter as regular spinach .
Okra Candle Fire F1 S 60   AAS Winner! A unique crimson red okra with pods that are smooth, not ribbed. Pick when 4-5 inches, they set continuously all summer. Before fruit arises, big showy yellow blooms are a wow factor.
Onion Frontier S 100   Frontier has excellent size and uniformity and a small neck. A very firm yellow onion that under optimum storage conditions is the best keeper. Divide and plant out in a row - 6 inches apart.
Onion Red Zepplin S 90   Purple and beautiful, sweet, juicy sandwich onions. Stores well. Divide and plant out in a row - 6 inches apart.
Onion Yellow Sweet Spanish S 90   Large, crispy golden fruits with a sweet, mild flavor. Divide and plant out in a row - 6 inches apart.
Ornamental Pumpkin Blaze S 95   Flashy yellow, orange-striped fruits are flattened-round with shallow ribs. Sturdy, short vine plants have excellent powdery mildew resistance and produce very high yields of tall fruits with exceptional uniformity in shape and size.
Ornamental Squash Turks Turban S 110   Stunning color of fruit with a distinctive shape, each fruit has its own cap on top making it a popular choice for ornamental autumn displays. Excellent flavor for roasting, baking, as a steamed vegetable or used in soups.
Parsley Curled S 70-90   Decorative, closely curled dark green leaves, fast growing, used for garnishes or flavor.
Parsley Plain S 70-90   Clump-forming plants, great for garnishes or flavor. Strong flavor - a favorite of chef's.
Pea Patio Pride S-P 40   All-America Selection winner for size, flavor, and takes only 40 days to ripen from seed! Sets several dozen uniform 2-3 inch pods. A great companion to cool-season flowering plants in your container garden
Pepper Aji Rico S 70-75   Matures early for short-season production or early summer enjoyment. The large plant produces many thin-walled, crunchy fruits which have a narrow conical shape. Fruit matures from green to red and can be eaten at any stage. Ají is the term for chili in South America. These fruits have a refreshing citrus flavor and warm heat level, perfect for eating fresh or cooking into salsas or hot sauces.
Pepper Anaheim MILD Chili S 75-80   A mild, medium sized chili pepper that grows to 6-10 inches, often used when green, though it can be used when red. The basic variety ripens to a dark green/reddish color, but other strains ripen to full red. They are one of the most common chilis in the United States and are used in many foods and recipes. Red varieties can be strung together and dried to make ristrasand wreaths.
Pepper Candy Cane Red S 60-65   Snack pepper has unique, eye-catching variegated foliage, plus fruit that ripen from green striped to solid red. Sweet flavor, thin walls, crispy texture. Perfect for fresh eating at any stage of ripeness. Best for container or in-ground, with or without support.
Pepper Carmen S 75   AAS Winner. Horn shaped 5 oz fruits with wide shoulders on a compact plant. Sweet flavor.
Pepper Cayenetta S 82   AAS Winner. A compact, branching and attractive habit. It yields large crops of bright red mild cayenne-type chilli peppers.
Pepper Cute Stuff Gold S 56   Miniature variety that yields continuously big harvests - up to three times more than other peppers! Sweet taste and apple shape make them excellent for stuffing or eating fresh.
Pepper Cute Stuff Red S 55   Apple shaped mini-bell variety that yields up to 3 times more than other peppers. Excellent sweet taste.
Pepper Flamingo S 66   'Flamingo’ starts out ivory-yellow before transitioning to apricot and finally lipstick red. It’s slow to ripen.
Pepper Garden Salsa S 73   Just the right amount of heat (3,000 Scovilles) for the Mexican sauces and fresh salsa you love!
Pepper Ghost S 100-120   Legendary variety, one of the world's hottest peppers, with readings in excess of 1,000,000 Scoville units! Starts out slow but eventually makes tall plants, exceeding 4 feet in favored locations. The thin-walled, wrinkled, pointed fruits reach 2-3 inches in length, ripening mostly to red.
Pepper Golden Summer S 70   Sweet, golden fruits - always the first regular bell peppers to ripen.
Pepper Habanero S 80   Among the hottest peppers anywhere, Habanero reaches up to 215,000 Scovilles of heat! Small, bright orange fruits.
Pepper Islander S 65   Light lavender skin, pale yellow flesh. Mild, slightly sweet peppery taste. Medium size fruits on well producing strong plants.
Pepper Jalapeno S 70   Small, hot, great for salsas. Can be eaten green or red.
Pepper King of the North S 68   Excellent in short-season gardens of Northern climates, due to early bearing and the huge, blocky shape of its thick-walled, bright red, 6 inch by 4 inch fruits. Great for stuffing. Mild taste becomes even more mellow as the fruits mature.
Pepper Mama Mia Giallo S 85   AAS Winner. Golden yellow sweet Italian pepper. 7-9 inches long tapered fruits with easy to remove skin. Juicy, rich and meaty - excellent either fresh, grilled or roasted.
Pepper New Ace S 65   Extra-early, highly productive standard. Large fruits with excellent flavor for cooking.
Pepper North Star S 70   Reliable, cold hardy producer of plenty sweet fruits.
Pepper Orange Blaze S 68   AAS Winner. Ripens early to a beautiful orange color. It has a very sweet flavor and grows 3 to 4 inch long fruits about 1.5 inches wide.
Pepper Ornamental Black Pearl S 49   Small, edible but very hot pepper, showy olive black fruits; real attention grabber.
Pepper Ornamental Chilly Chili S 49   Small, very mild. Used in Disney World, it is kid friendly.
Pepper Ornamental Hot Pops Purple S 60-90   Fruiting ornamental pepper. Small, round peppers of both purple and orange simultaneously make a high impact display for outdoor and indoor decorating. Compact, heavily branched plants work well in mixed containers, color bowls and planted with Mums. Note: Fruit is very hot.
Pepper Ornamental Numex Easter S     AAS Winner 2014. A compact, well branched, uniform Pepper that displays small clusters of 4-6 fruits on top of the plant in a range from lavender to light yellow and when fully mature a light orange. The colors of the fruit resemble the pastel colors of Easter eggs. Excellent in pots, on patios, or for outdoor use.
Pepper Ornamental Onyx Red S     Compact, well-branched ornamental pepper. Red and black fruit growing beautifully within extremely black foliage.
Pepper Ornamental Purple Flash S     Almost black leaves are layered to reveal flashes of electric purple. Bears glossy black fruits that are attractive but too hot to be palatable.
Pepper Shishito Dragon Roll S 67   Shishito peppers are on menus and at farmers markets across the nation. These 3 to 5-inch peppers top out at about 200 Scovilles, making them milder than a jalapeño pepper, but letting you know you got some heat.
Pepper Sriracha S 65-70   Make your own Red Rooster Hot Sauce. Large and firm, uniformly dark green pepper with beautiful smooth skin and thick wall. Long shelf life and good heat content.
Pepper Super Chilli S 84   Small, very hot, flavor is more intense when green.
Pepper Sweet Banana S 70   AAS Winner. Mild, tangy taste. Large, pointed fruits measure 6-7 inches long and 1½ inches across. The mild yellow peppers ultimately turn brilliant red. A favorite for pickling.
Pepper Sweet Heat S 56   The earliest to bear fruit, compact and bushy. It has 3 to 4 inch long by 1 to 1.5 inch wide peppers that are sweet and mildly spicy like pepperoncini, with a great smoky flavor. ‘Sweet Heat’ can be harvested green or red, and is perfect for grilling or salsa.
Pumpkin Autumn Gold S 90   Orange. Early in season; medium vine; thick, medium flesh; perfect for Halloween or cooking; 7-10 pound fruit.
Pumpkin Early Giant S 95   New! Early, powdery mildew resistant large jack. Elongated and blocky, medium-dark orange fruits are uniform in shape. Excellent size potential, fruits range 14-40 lb. Average is 25 lb. Stocky handles, light ribs, and long vine habit. Easy to grow for such a large-fruited type, Early Giant is also well adapted and a reliable producer. Tall fruits with rich color attract attention at roadside stands and farmers' markets. Performs well on moderate spacing (about 30 sq.ft per plant). Avg. yield: 1-2 fruits/plant.
Pumpkin Moonshine S 100   Wonderful small-medium, white pumpkin. Very uniform, smooth-skinned pumpkins avg. 8-12 lb. Perfect for decorating or carving. Long, dark green handles. Avg. 3-4 fruits/plant. This hybrid will be sure to catch your eye in your pumpkin patch this season.
Pumpkin Pepitas S 90   AAS Edible-Vegetable Winner The newest All-America Selections award-winning pumpkin, 'Pepitas', is a winner in both the decorative and culinary arenas. 'Pepitas' is named for its hulless or naked seeds (pepitas) that lack the tough outer hull making them easy to eat after slow-roasting. A delicious and nutritious treat, with many health benefits! Each plant produces numerous, uniform medium sized (9-12 pound) pumpkins on disease resistant vines. This confectionery type of pumpkin produces beautiful orange fruits that at maturity have decorative green stripes. What an interesting change of pace for your fall decorations.
Pumpkin Wee B Little S 90-97   Remarkably miniature, about the size of a baseball, avg. 3-3.5 inch diam., 10-14 oz., and very endearing. Slightly flat-round shape like a normal pumpkin. Bright orange rind, smooth enough for painting.
Squash Acorn Table Ace S 75-85   Black-green Acorn type squash with delicious bright orange flesh. The 1-2 pounds fruits store well.
Squash Buttercup S 85   Has a sweet and creamy orange flesh. This squash is much sweeter than other winter varieties. The 5-7 pound fruits store well.
Squash Early Butternut S 85   This is a more watery squash and tastes somewhat similar to sweet potatoes. It has a bulbous end and pale, creamy skin, with a choice, fine-textured, deep-orange flesh with a sweet, nutty flavor. The 2-5 pound fruits store well.
Squash Gold Rush S 50-60   AAS Winner. Plant produces good yields of 10 inch long golden yellow zucchini squash with delicious, sweet and creamy flavor.
Squash Red Kuri S 110   Teardrop shaped squash that average 5 to 8 pounds. The flesh is dry and sweet with a delicate nutty flavor. Makes excellent soups, desserts, stews and cakes. Very prolific and early. Highly sought after by chef's and in markets.
Squash Zucchini Cashflow S 44-47   Plant produces high yields of 8 inch long medium green zucchini squash. Fruits are uniform and slightly tapered.
Strawberry Delizz S 60   'Delizz' strawberry plants are here! The strawberries themselves are smaller and sweeter than the typical June-bearing varieties.The mature berries are orange-red in appearance and conical in shape.
Strawberry Ornamental Frisan S 40-70   Everbearing. Medium sized, high sugar fruit with excellent taste. Produces lots of flowers and larger medium sized fruit the first year.
Strawberry Toscana S 70-80   'Toscana' develops a strong plant with several runners and large, deep rose flowers. Flowering and fruiting begins early in the season and continues on the runners. Everbearing fruits that are juicy and sweet flavoured.
Swiss Chard Bright Lights S 55-65   AAS Winner. Red, orange, yellow stems, large, crinkly, edible leaves, great fresh or cooked. Keep harvesting through the summer.
Swiss Chard Ford Hook Giant S 50   The standard green Swiss Chard. The leaves are medium green and savoyed (crinkled) with white veins and broad, white stems.
Tomato 4th Of July S 49 V,F 4 oz small globe. Earliest ripe slicer tomato! Fresh, full flavor. Continues producing under hot conditions as well. Resistant to Verticilium Wilt and Fusarium Wilt.
Tomato Better Boy S 70 V,F,N,ASC,ST,T 16 oz beefsteak. In existance for more than 50 years.Cool weather tolerant and can take hot and humid condition as well.High yields and easy to grow! Resistant to Verticilium Wilt, Fusarium Wilt, Tobacco Mosaic Virus, Alternaria Alternata Stem Canker, Nematodes and Grey Leaf Spot.
Tomato Big Beef S 75 V,F&2,N,T,ST,ASC 12 oz beefsteak. AAS Winner. Firm, juicy and highly flavored. Heat tolerant. Resistant to Alternaria Alternata Stem Canker, Fusarium Wilt1&2, Verticilium Wilt,Tobacco Mosaic Virus and Grey Leaf Spot.
Tomato Big Mama S 80   Plum-shaped and enormous. These tomatoes grow up to 5 inches long and 3 inches across. Easy to peel and core, and perfect for sauces and soups. This incredibly meaty variety sets a new standard for paste tomatoes.
Tomato Black Vernissage S 75   A 2 to 3 ounce salad type variety. Good for eating fresh, salads, drying and making sauces. Deep brown, mahogany, striped with green. The flavor is rich and tastes great in sauces.
Tomato Brandy Boy S 75   A huge, pink, beefsteak tomato with incredible heirloom flavor and very high yields. 'Brandy Boy' captures all the rich flavor of the beloved Brandywine heirloom tomato long the flavor favorite among heirloom tomatoes with a more shapely form, tidier growth habit, improved disease-resistance and bigger, earlier yields.
Tomato Brandywine S 80   14 oz beefsteak. Best flavor since 1885! Sweet pinkish flesh. Can take hot and humid condition. HEIRLOOM!
Tomato Braveheart S 60   Cherry tomatoes grow prolifically on medium-sized, well-behaved plants. Fruit ripen quickly and uniformly. Sweet and juicy fruit have a thin skin and a bold, rich tomato flavor. Resists cracking.
Tomato Bush Early Girl S 54 V,F,N,T 6-7.5 ounce globe. Acidic flavor. Compact growth. Perfect for large containers. Cool tolerant. Resistant to Verticilium Wilt, Fusarium Wilt, Nematodes and Tobacco Mosaic Virus
Tomato Candyland Red Currant S 60   'Candyland Red' has a compact, tidy and manageable habit that will not take over like many other currant varieties. Easy to harvest: branched trusses have accessible tomatoes with slightly thicker skin so less damaged fruit than other currant types. Loads of very sweet red fruit bursts of flavor. All American Winner!
Tomato Celebrity S 70 V,F,N,T,ASC,ST 8 ounce globe. AAS Winner. All - purpose tomato. Does well in large containers. Can take both hot and dry, as well as cold conditions. Resistant to Verticilium Wilt, Fusarium Wilt, Tobacco Mosaic Virus, Alternaria AlternataStem Canker, Nematodes and Grey Leaf Spot.
Tomato Chef's Choice Orange S 75 T, Crack, Anthracnose 8-12 oz beefsteak. AAS Winner. An update of the heirloom Amana Orange. Good flavor. Resistant to Crack, Tobacco Mosaic Virus and Anthracnose.
Tomato Cupid S 66   Like the mischievious god of love for whom it's named, this Tomato will make you fall in love with its rich flavor, huge yields, and ease of growth! Cupid Hybrid is a very lucky find, and without a doubt the most flavorful grape tomato ever grown!
Tomato Early Girl S 55 V,F1&2 4-8 oz globe. Acidic flavor. Keeps producing under hot and dry conditions. Easy to grow. Resistant to Verticilium Wilt and Fusarium Wilt 1&2.
Tomato Early Goliath S 58 V,F1&2,N,T,ST,ASC 8 oz oblate globe. Sweet excellent flavor. High yields! Resistant to Alternaria Alternata Stem Canker, Fusarium Wilt1&2, Nematodes, Tobacco Mosaic Virus and Grey Leaf Spot.
Tomato Gold Medal S 85   HEIRLOOM. 24-28 oz. Yellow with rosy red blush interior. Outstanding sweet and mild taste.
Tomato Grapette S 75   Thin-skinned and juicy, with a distinctive flavor and shape. The fruits weigh 1/3 to 1/2 oz. and grow in clusters of 14 to 35 fruits. Ideal for the current preference for smaller, gourmet-type tomatoes.
Tomato Ground Cherry Goldie S 75   Small orange berry with a husk. This husk cherry bears sweet golden berries inside papery husks, resembling small, golden colored Japanese lanterns. The flavor is quite sweet. These can be eaten raw, frozen, canned, dried, or made into preserves, cooked pies and desserts.
Tomato Heirloom Marriage Genuwine S 72   10.5-11.5 oz beefsteak. 'Heirloom Marriage Genuwine' Hybrid cross of two heirlooms Genovese and Brandywine. Pink fruit of great taste.
Tomato Heirloom Marriage Perfect Flame S 68   4 oz small globe tomato. Hybrid cross of two heirlooms Peron and Flame. Orange, tasty fruits on vigorous plants.
Tomato La Roma S 75 V,F 3 -4 oz plum shaped. Very popular for cooking, canning and paste. Can take hot and dry conditions. Resistant to Verticilium Wilt and Fusarium Wilt.
Tomato Lemon Boy S 72 V,F,N V,F,N 6-7 oz globe. Yellow. Mild, sweet flavor. Resistant to Fusarium Wilt, Verticilium Wilt and Nematodes.
Tomato Midnight Snack S 65-70   AAS Winner! Unique cherry tomato ripens red with a blush of glossy black-purple on the skin when exposed to sunlight. Great in salads or eaten straight off the plant. Produces all season, yielding well-balanced, flavourful fruit.
Tomato Orange Zinger S 60 F1,TMV, crack A dark orange, great tasting 1 oz cherry tomato with a good balance of sweet and tangy. Crack resistant. Resistant to Fusarium Wilt1 and Tobacco Mosaic Virus.
Tomato Park's Whopper S 65 V,F,F2,N,T 10-14 oz beefsteak Good flavor and high yield. Resistant to Crack, Verticilium Wilt, Fusarium Wilt, Nematodes and Tobacco Mosaic Virus.
Tomato Patio Choice Yellow S 60 TMV, VW, FW Winner of All-America Selection (AAS) for its high yields, super-compact size, and unbeatable disease resistance. This delightful yellow cherry offers more than 100 mildly flavored fruits in a single, ultra-compact 18-inch plant. This is a plant that looks as good as it tastes.
Tomato Pruden's Purple S 75   Large to very large fruits are flattened and smooth (except for shoulder ribbing on some). Fruit can be over 1 pound in weight! Vivid dark-pink skin with crimson flesh, resists cracking. Medium-tall, potato-leaf plants.
Tomato Rapunzel S 68-70   Named for the fairy tale character, plants produce unique, long cascading trusses with up to 40 fruits. Very flavorful, bright red 3/4 to 1 ounce cherry tomatoes make the perfect addition to salads and veggie trays. So sweet, you'll be tempted to eat them straight-from-the-vine.
Tomato San Marzano S 85   4 oz very pointed plum shape. Thick flesh with strong, sweet flavor. For canning, paste and spagetti sauce. Can take hot and humid condition, still keeps producing in fall.
Tomato Steakhouse F1 S 80   Big news in the tomato patch! Meet the biggest tomato ever bred. And it’s not just bigger but better. Tipping the scales at up to 3 lbs. A broad-shouldered tomato loaded with true heirloom tomato flavor. Indeterminate plants produce gorgeous, humongous fruits.
Tomato Supersweet 100 S 65 V,F 1 oz cherry. Produces sugary sweet fruits in long pendulous clusters right up to frost. Heat tolerant as well. Resistant to Verticilium Wilt and Fusarium Wilt.
Tomato Sweet 'N Neat Cherry Red S 60   0.75-1 oz cherry. A strong, very compact, upright growing plant. Sweet, bright red fruits over a long cropping period. Does well in the open ground and in planters - even on a sunny window sill.
Tomato Wisconsin 55 S 72 Blight 6 oz globe. Firm, meaty slicer. Probably your most healthy looking plant in fall. Fruits store well. Resistant to Blight.
Tomato Yellow Pear S 75 ASC, F1&2, V HEIRLOOM, for more than 200 years. High yielding, mild and sweet yellow tomatoes. Can take hot and dry condition Resistant to Alternaria Alternata stem canker, Fusarium Wilt 1&2 and Verticilium Wilt
Watermelon Faerie S 72   A non-traditional watermelon with creamy yellow rind with thin stripes yet still yields sweet pink-red flesh with a high sugar content. Vigorous yet spread only to 11 feet. Each 7-8 inch fruit weighs 4-6 pounds. Our reliable favorite.
Watermelon Mini Love S 70-80   2017 Edible -Vegetable Winner. This personal-sized Asian watermelon is perfect for smaller families and smaller gardens. Shorter vines (3-4 feet) still produce up to 6 fruits per plant and can be grown in smaller spaces. This deep red fleshed watermelon has a thin but strong rind that can be carved into attractive shapes for fruit salad presentations. 'Mini Love' has a high sugar content resulting in sweet and crisp, juicy flesh that will be a true summer delight for watermelon lovers.
Watermelon Sugar Baby S 85   Rich and sweet flavor, red-orange flesh with 6-10 pound fruits.
Watermelon Yellow Doll S 65   Probably the earliest of all watermelons. The fruits are round, 6 to 8 lbs.. It has a thin rind of deep green with lighter stripes. Flesh is bright yellow and unusually sweet and delicious. Can be grown on a trellis where space is limited.
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