Fruits are medium-long slender and cylindrical in shape. Bright golden color and a delicious distinctive zucchini flavor. Garden Hints: Fruits are best when 6 to 8″ long. Cultivate or mulch to control weeds. Fertilize when fruits form to increase yield.
Plump juicy peas taste like little pearls of sugar! With 20-30% more sugars than other pea varieties Garden Sweet is a ready-made dish that needs little preparation from the garden to the plate. Peas contain 18 essential vitamins and nutrients-a
Black radishes have been grown and savored in Europe since the 1500s. With handsome black skins the large 3-4″ turnip-shaped globes have crisp pungent spicy pure-white flesh. A winter variety valued for its strong medicinal properties ease of growth and
A true breakthrough when it comes to disease-resistance. This scrumptious campari tomato withstands the big three threats besetting tomatoes: late blight early blight and fruit cracking. Count on a crop of sweet great-tasting 2 oz. fruits on indeterminate plants.
When you plant a packet some will turn out gold or orange and others will be red purple or ivory. Most start out green and are tasty as soon as they reach full size; a few weeks later their full
Siciliano is an early harvesting very rich flavored and mildly pungent Artichoke softneck garlic. An excellent braider that is adaptable to a wide range of climates and is a good garlic for growing in warm winter areas. Harvest fall planted
Cook’s Garden Favorite. Hybrid. From the Dutch breeders that developed ‘Napoli’ the famous ‘sugar carrot’ comes this latest treat that sets a new standard for flavor. The 6 inch roots are bright orange with a blunt tip retaining their extremely
Fresh celery is much more aromatic and delicious than store bought. Tall Utah has dark green stalks and a very compact habit. Start seeds when weather has warmed so crop matures in fall. Mature celery lasts into winter with light
Song Bird Pink has an excellent double crown and leaves from green white to pink. Its ideal for use with dianthus and pansies for fall and winter gardens. Colors get even more intense in the cold winter months.
Octia has densely packed dark leaves and is easy to harvest prepare and enjoy. It’s one irresistible sprout: a mini cabbage with maximum flavor.
Extra-large smooth and heavy leaves are easy to clean. Leaves are crisp when used fresh in salads and creamy-smooth when cooked. Very productive. Grows best in cool weather and full to part sun. Grow as a spring or fall crop.
A spectacular watermelon with fine flavor introduced by the Henderson seed company in 1926. The skin is deep green speckled with hundreds of golden yellow stars and a few half-dollar sized moons. Even the foliage has yellow “stars”. The fruit
This heirloom All-America Selections winner is a cuke for all seasons. Pick when 8″ long for top flavor. For perfect cukes grow them on a fence or our space-saving Trellis Netting. Sow seeds 6″ apart in rows or plant 5
Ambrosia isn’t just a name it’s the perfect description for this white and yellow checkered sugar-enhanced sweet corn. The 8″ long ears on 6 1/2′ tall plants are plump sweet and ready for summer picnics. SE.
Kalelong on flavor and high in nutritionhas been in big demand and short supply lately. Tasty gourmet red variety will keep you well supplied this summer. Kale leaves mingle nicely in salads stir-fries and soups. Best harvested when leaves are
Earliana has small deep round green heads up to 4 1/2 to 5″ across with superb flavor and weigh in at 2 lb. or more. As its name implies Earliana matures early: ready in just 60 days after setting plants
Crisp and tender with a sweet flavor. Large deeply lobed green leaves. Slow to bolt non-heading. All-America Selections winner. Ready 45 days after sowing. GARDEN HINTS: Lettuce grows best in cool weather. Thinnings make delicious extra-early salads. Make successive plantings
Over the last 30 years this here gigantic pumpkin has earned miles of blue ribbons in growing contests. Proudly descended from several strains of prize-winning “Mammoth” pumpkins that go back centuries and were legends in their day. Given the right
We consider this the most beautiful lettuce we have grown. With bright-green cupped leaves splashed with rosy-red this butterhead type makes a visual and flavorful splash in the salad bowl. The taste is superb buttery and mild. Loose heads grow
Fall and winter this is a delicious butternut with improved fruit uniformity and increased yields. Interior is solid and dry. Pick young and use like summer squash or let mature to 6 lbs. Excellent for storing. Ready about 85 days