Tender orange flesh of succulent new sweetheart delivers pluperfect melodious honey-sweetness. Musky sweetness makes Aphrodite the cantaloupe of choice for sublime desserts and breakfast alike. 6-8 lb. fruits capture classic sublimely savory honey aromatics.Hardy plants are resistant to fusarium wilt
From first harvest on ancho-poblano hybrid flourishes outsized yields of extra-large 7 x 3 fruits. How hot is it? Peppers Scoville rating is 1500-4000. Thats hot but far from incendiary. Big bold dark-green fruits deliver sensational flavor and just-right mild
This extremely old variety makes a vigorous plant that bears enormous numbers of bright yellow bite-sized fruit. The flavor is deliciously tangy. Perfect for summer party hors d’oeuvres. Certified Organic Seed.
Have a small garden? Our mixed packet holds enough seed of our special bush types to plant three hills of mixed squashes. Now you can have all the variety of a big garden without the squash glut. Mixed seed in
Tomatillos lead a life of culinary excitement easily navigating from one recipe to another whether its called to be chopped fresh boiled fried or saut?ed. Thick fleshy slightly acidic fruits produce by the hundreds on trailing plants that can ramble
Small Sugar is even better for pies than its larger cousin Connecticut Field pumpkin. When Mr. Burpee offered it in 1887 he said: “A very prolific and handsome little pumpkin; usual size about 10″ in diameter; skin is a deep
Dark green skinned turban-shaped fruits have white stripes. Fruits are 4 1/2 x 6 1/2″. Stores well. Certified Organic Seed.
Neon Lights is the most beautiful rainbow chard you can grow; it’s better than Bright Lights. Brilliant dazzling colors with no intermediate tones. We’ve blended four varieties 25% each: intense red bright orange hot pink and sunny yellow. Sow together
Karina is heat resistant and does well even as temperatures begin to climb. There are 8 to10 peas in each 6 to 7″ long pod that are sweet and delicious. An excellent shelling variety. Certified Organic Seed.
Cook’s Garden Favorite. These bright orange mini-bells are as sweet as apples. Loads of elongated 3 inch fruit mature quickly on upright plants providing plenty for eating out of hand and more for quick salads and stuffed appetizers. Our pick
Salmon-orange in color scrumptious in flavor this early-yielding heirloom has just the right credentials for orange-colored sauces and salsas. Nearly seedless the large firm fruits grow in prodigious numbers on indeterminate vines.
Meaty fruits with small crookneck have bright yellow bumpy skin. Delicious flavor and fine texture. Ready to harvest about 53 days after seed is planted. GARDEN HINTS: Use when fruits are young and tender. Fertilize when fruits form to increase
A multitalented heirloom paste tomato from Wisconsin well-suited for paste or as a slicing tomato. Acorn-shaped the very large 8-12 oz. fruits are deep red thick-fleshed and nearly seedless. Indeterminate vines. Harvest 74-85 days after transplant.
The French have long fancied this variety for its crisp texture and lovely presentation. A Batavia type whose shiny deep-green leaves can be cut loose or allowed to form a loose central head. The vigorous grower matures to 12-16″ across
This easy-to-grow American heirloom thrives whether it’s hot or cold. Dating back to at least the 1770s it makes a fine ornamental choice for containers and kitchen gardens. The flavor is mild and free of bitterness over a long season
Sweet! Lamuyo-type pepper’s thick-walled fruits are 8″ long x 6″ wide and ripen from green to red. Highly productive plants produce oodles of slightly elongated fruit. Easy-growing low maintenance resistant to Tobacco mosaic virus.
Easy to grow and very prolific producing 2-3″ round fruits ripening to yellow-green. Tomatillos a staple in Mexican dishes are used for fresh or cooked green sauces. Unlike tomatoes the tomatillo fruit is covered by a papery lantern-like husk that
It’s gorgeous in the garden and delicious on the plate. Plants are loaded with huge meaty peppers. The best yield and the biggest fruit (7″) you’ll get from a frying pepper. Traditionally used green they’re even sweeter when red about
Hear ye! Hear ye! Revolution in the tomato patch! An all-around game-changer Big Daddy’s a breakthrough for taste size disease-resistance and yield. Bred from the all-time great Big Boy Big Daddy produces a mighty delicious harvest of ruby red round
Stuff it fry it roast it grill it love it. Long Tall Sallys succulent flavor-loaded fruits dazzle with sweetness. Italian frying pepper works culinary magic. Hybrid yields an abundance of glossy thin-walled