Matures very quickly from seed. Green shoots have a captivating flavor. Cut 6″ pieces when they are the size of a quarter. You’ll love it lightly sauteed with garlic and olive oil fresh in salads and boiled soups.
We’ve come to appreciate seedless watermelons and virtually seedless cucumbers-now the world’s first seedless tomato! Beyond the lack of seeds to digest this tomato is first rate for taste-the perfect balance of flavor and sweetness meat and gel solid firmness
This is an Italian heirloom from the town of Chioggia near Venice and has been popular since the early 1800s. It’s beautiful and sweet flavored. Sliced roots look like bull’s-eyes having concentric rings of white alternating with wine-red. The green
Very rich flavored and mild heat Porcelain garlic. Delicious buttery flavors arise when ‘Georgia Crystal’ is slow roasted. This variety does well across the nation except where summers are particularly hot. Harvest fall planted garlic the following season late spring
This is a succulent and enormous dark 1 1/2 to 2 lb. pink tomato is sweet and very mild and the large fruits are very attractive. Pink-skinned tomatoes occur as a result of a clear skin over red flesh. (Ordinary
Introduced to the seed trade around 1910 this variety was brought to our shores-and our gardens-by Italian immigrants. A deliciously old-fashioned broccoli it boasts dark bluish-green central heads about 5″ across. Tall erect 30-36″ plants give way to multiple side
These large luscious beauties offer old-fashioned tomato taste for sandwiches and salads. They remain firm when ripe so you can slip a slice into your favorite summer sandwich BLT or burger and savor the rich succulent sweet taste. The vigorous
Heirloom. Oblong roots grow 1 3/4″ long and 3/4″ wide. Scarlet skin shades to white at base. White flesh is crisp and mildly pungent when young. Fast and easy to grow radishes are best in cool weather and planted in
This high-quality hybrid produces nice straight scallions with extra-long white roots. Firm mild-tasting ends will not form bulb.
Yes it’s a gorgeous little bush studded all over with shiny red-orange rockets-too pretty to hide away among rows of vegetables. But it’s very tasty too with a hint of heat. The 3″ fruit are sweet and delicious either pickled
With crumpled frilled edges the bright green leaves impart a mild mustardy flavor. Served raw the young leaves are tasty in salads-they’re also delicious lightly stir-fried or sauteed. Superb candidate for freezing or canning. Cold-resistant and slow to bolt the
Scarlet Runner is an ornamental and edible climber or trailer. It bears large showy sprays of bright scarlet flowers followed by loads of slender pods about 8″ long. Young pods can be used as snap beans or can be allowed
Large clusters of 5 oz. fruits are borne extremely early continues longer than most varieties. Globe to slightly flattened shape. Bright red and meaty with a lot of flavor and aroma. A prodigious producer. Harvest 59 days from transplant. Indeterminate.
You may have encountered (and savored) this heirloom pepper in the oyster and crab houses around the Chesapeake Bay. One of the prettiest peppers ever to grace our test gardens this African-American heirloom predates the 1870s. Boasting handsome variegated foliage
Big news in the tomato patch! Meet the biggest tomato ever bred. And its not just bigger but better. Tipping the scales at up to three lbs. plus broad-shouldered tomato titan is bigger than Big Daddy and loaded with true
An heirloom too rarely encountered this delectable variety fully merits a place in the garden and on the dinner table. Yields plentiful clusters of perfectly round 1″ true cherry tomatoes that are deep red with a blackish hue. The flavor
We’ve combined five distinct colors of carrots in one special blend for a pretty rainbow effect that is sure to be noticed at the dinner table even by the kids. After testing hundreds of carrot varieties we developed this easy-to-grow
Can be picked at any size with a surprisingly sweet juicy flavor similar to a melon. Oasis is delicious when eaten raw like an apple or grated and added to salads. Resistant to virus. Ideal for summer and autumn harvests.
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.
A meaty delicious variety from Eastern Europe that was brought to America by Polish gardeners in the 1800s. Extremely large the 10-12 oz. sausage-shaped fruits are produced on indeterminate vines. The bright red fruits lend themselves to a broad range