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  • African Queen Tomato


    African Queen Tomato

    Just so you would know, out of about 120 new varieties for 2020/2021, African Queen tomato is the very first listing. This is so because it is one of the most memorable varieties for our season. I love everything about this variety. 1-1.5 pound fruits grow on healthy potato leafed vines that can reach 6 feet. Production is fantastic and non-stop. One of the earliest large varieties to ripen for us. Our plants were loaded from the very bottom, all the way to the very top. Excellent disease resistance. Taste is very balanced and memorable. Not too sweet or acidic. Texture is superb, just waiting for you to bite into. Excellent choice for sandwiches, market sales and a lot more. Perfect as a main crop. You must grow this one!!  
  • Aji Guyana Pepper


    Aji Guyana Pepper

    Aji Guyana Pepper is a very flavorful pepper that originates in Guyana, a southern island in the Caribbean. Being from the Caribbean myself, I am totally familiar with this pepper and have used it many, many times before. I make flakes, cook with, and dry these for making powder. Sometimes I just nibble on them from one end to the other while I am eating my meal. I can handle some heat, though! Very flavorful and not necessarily too hot!  Very beautiful. Shorter plants that are prolific! Scoville Heat Units: 1,177 – 75,000 SHU (or hotter)
  • Aji Pineapple Pepper


    Aji Pineapple Pepper

    20,000 Scoville Heat Units It's easy to see why Aji Pinapple pepper is a favorite of the Peruvian community. These 2.5 inch, light yellow things are bursting with tropical flavor. They are also not so hot that flavor is diminished in any way. For a spicy/hot pepper lover like me, frying and cooking are how I best utilize this pepper. It's delicious, fruity tones brings tremendous flavorings to my rice, soups and beans! A little spicier than a Jalapeno, flavor is what makes Aji Pineapple stand out. Short plants are prolific but a little later, so be patient! Great for drying for flakes and powder is highly recommended too!
  • Alexander B Tomato


    Alexander B Tomato

    Another on of my 2020 surprises, Alexander B, a rarely grown variety, was a true standout in our garden this year. Four to eight ounce fruits are very clean, blemish-free, tasty and satisfying. Seeds for these were shared with me by a friend, and I am so happy that she did.  Indeterminate 5-6 feet tall plants are prolific, have many clusters of 4-6 fruits and keep producing all season long. These are sweeter and exceptionally smooth, with good balance. Texture is superb and they make perfect slicers. Great for sandwiches and fresh eating. For me, this variety is a new go-to for market sales and so much more. This is one to love!
  • Amber Keyes Tomato


    Amber Keyes Tomato

    A beautiful sight to see, Amber Keyes tomato plants produce huge clusters of the most beautifully colored, greenish/yellowish fruits! True to its multiflora genes, our plants produced many clusters of more than 50 fruits, that were sweet, inviting and juicy. I especially liked that they were relatively early producers. These were transplanted in early May and we got our first ripened fruits on July 7th. Get ready for tons and tons of pear shaped cherry sized fruits! You will be amazed! Plants were 5 feet tall and hard working. A great choice for snacking, preserves(I make jam), salads etc!  
  • Amish Canning Tomato


    Amish Canning Tomato

    Absolutely satisfied! That's how I would describe my experience with Amish Canning Tomato. Make no mistake, this is an all purpose variety that can be used for sauces, canning, cooking/stews and so much more. High producing plants come on strong around 78 days from transplant and just keep producing. We had so many of these that I was overwhelmed! A wonderful variety for taking to the Farmers Market!  Plants are around 5.5 feet tall and need staking. Taste is juicy, balanced with some sweetness too! Just a really nice tomato experience! I will definitely be growing these again. These remind me somewhat of  Amish Paste. It's a much larger fruit though!
  • Aribibi Gusano Pepper


    Aribibi Gusano Pepper

    Aribibi Gusano Pepper is a very nice Chinese variety! Small white peppers with some heat will light up your world. Short plants are loaded with pretty, 1.5 inch, wrinkled, white peppers. A real treat in soups! Awesome flavor! Great for flakes, powder, drying, cooking!   One of my new favorites! 300,000 – 470,000 SHU  
  • Astro Arugula


    Astro Arugula

    Astro Arugula is a nutty and slightly spicy variety. It has leaves that are less lobed than other varieties and baby leaves can be clipped as earl as 3 weeks after sowing. One of my personal varieties, I have tried this Astro in salads and sandwiches more times that I can remember! It loves cooler weather so seeds can be sowed directly into the garden in early spring. A beautiful addition to any herb garden. Try some again in early fall by planting seeds towards the middle to end of August. A beautiful treat, even on pizzas etc!
  • Aunt Ginny's Purple Tomato

    There is so much that I can say about this German variety, but I will start with its dependability. If you need a tomato that's going to produce for you, even in tough conditions, Aunt Ginny's Purple tomato is a great choice! Ripened fruits are deep pink and can reach one pound. Ours averaged 10-14 ounces. Taste is rich, and sweeter, with excellent texture. Mildly acidic. I love these so much! Plants are potato leafed and about 6 feet tall. One of the last varieties to make it to first frost this year. There were still tons of green ones on the plants after frost.
  • Baby Aji Amarillo Pepper

    One of my favorite peppers in 2020. Baby Aji Amarillo is a very tasty pepper with medium heat! Productive, short plants produce what seems like hundreds of 2 inch long, canary yellow fruits that are perfect for cooking, drying and fresh salsa. Ours were started ripening around the end of July. We planted them in early May. Make some great tomato powder and flakes too. Really nice flavor and not overwhelmingly hot! Try bring up a few, green or ripened. Nice!
  • Barry's Crazy Cherry Tomato

    A very high producing multi-flora variety, Barry's Crazy Cherry tomato is a pleaser. 5 feet tall plants produce huge clusters of sweet yellow cherries that are mostly pear shaped. Our clusters averaged more than 50 or more sweet, juicy fruits. These are the perfect snack!! They can also be used for canning whole, salads and much more. If you are a market vendor, it will be worth it to grow these! Indeterminate plants showed excellent disease resistance and produced until frost. Visit our multiflora category and choose some massive producers!
  • Berkley Tie Dye Heart Tomato

    A very pretty cultivar, Berkley Tie Dye Heart tomato is so much fun to grow. Our regular leafed plants were about 5 feet tall and produced perfect, bi-colored green and purple, perfect and blunt oxhearts. All of which were tasty! These remained prolific all season long. As far as taste, these were earthy, sweetish and satisfying. Awesome aroma! I loved the texture! Really good choice for sandwiches, garnish, cooking and snacking right off the plant. 75-80 days to first ripened fruits!
  • Bhut X Neyde Orange Pepper

    Don't let the pure beauty of this pepper fool you, it's pure fire. But if you are a super hot lover, you'll also appreciate the other intricate flavors that accompanies it. Even when seeding these, I really enjoyed the fantastic aroma that delivered a full flavored feel. When I tasted these I was very pleased to find out that its other flavors, such as fruitiness, penetrated the heat. I was able to make some bean soup with these, not popping them, but just letting the flavor seep in during the process. Just before the soup was done, I removed the pepper, Heaven! So Bhut X Neyde Orange can be very useful when dried, flaked or powdered. Goes from deep purple and green, to blackish and orange when ripened! In the Caribbean we eat these by biting off small pieces with each mouthful of food. I do that in the USA too! Very, very nice flavor,
  • Birdie Jaune Micro Dwarf Tomato

    Yet another tasty and exciting variety to grow, Birdie Jaune micro dwarf tomato is a solid choice for container and small garden growing. Our rugose leafed, 10 inch plants, produced canary yellow cherries that were sweet over tart with a very refreshing feel. Our plants started ripening fruits about 67 days from transplant and continued producing for quite a while. Does well under grow lights or outside. 3/4 to 1 gallon containers are perfect for these. If you are trying to grow your micro Dwarf collection or trying them for the first time, try these, you will like them!
  • Buckeye Yellow Tomato


    Buckeye Yellow Tomato

    What a wonderful treat in 2020. Buckeye Yellow tomato was one of the standouts in 2020. 8-14 oz fruits are very delicious and inviting. These, here in zone 5, begin ripening to a beautiful canary yellow with a pink blush after 75 days. This one is a definite keeper. Tall indeterminate plants produce prolifically and throughout the season until frost. Our plants remained healthy and did well without much tending to. This, without a doubt, is an excellent main crop variety, market variety and also awesome multi purpose use. Slice some up for a sandwich or just have one off of the vine. You will love it!
  • Butterworth's Potato Leaf Tomato

    Butterworth's Potato Leaf tomato produces big yields of 1 pound and bigger tomatoes. Plants are large and hardy. Our plants demonstrated really good disease resistance and seemed to love the hotter days! Fruits have the classic old-style beefsteak flavor, that is well balanced, rich and desirable. This tomato is a sandwich champion, all day every day! Great choice as a main crop because of its huge production, crack /split resistance and fine taste!  You cant go wrong with Butterworths's, it's like butter!
  • This is an early variety was developed in Denmark and is noted for it's resistance to splitting.  When ready, they can reach 3-4 pounds. This variety also has excellent fresh cabbage flavor. Copenhagen Market Cabbage is an early variety that matures around 65-75 days from transplant. Great for any cabbage dish, includine cloe slaw. Start seeds about 6 weeks before last frost and set them out early in spring when frost free! These can handle a little coldness.

  • Cabbage-Red Acre


    Cabbage-Red Acre

    Don't be surprised if this turns out to be one of the best cabbages that you ever had. This beauty has so many upsides that you may grow it each year. Not only is it very visually appealing, but it is also tasty, early, perfect for containers and has very good disease resistance. Red Looks and taste awesome in cole slaw! These can also get as large as 4 pounds!  Good in cooler climates and matures around 85 days. A perfect farmers market item. If you're a cabbage lover, try these, you'll be hooked!
  • Casey's Pure Yellow Tomato

    Casey's Pure Yellow Tomato is a supper tasting variety. I am so happy to have grown this one. Potato leafed yellows always produce some of the best tasting tomatoes, Casey's is no different. Full flavored, sweeter fruits, have superb texture too! These begin to ripen about 80-85 days from transplant, but fear not, you will really love them! Disease resistance is fantastic, indeterminate plants are a little on the taller size but produce nicely. You will get a good crop from these! Awesome for sandwiches!  Please share your garden with someone, today!
  • Celosia Flower Possibilities Mix

    What awesome colors! We had much fun with these this summer. Our Celosia Flower Possibilities Mix comprises of 5 different flavors, together creating for you a wonderful rainbow of attractiveness that no pollinator can resist. In full sun, these can reach between 4-5 feet. We had everything from honeybees to monarch butterflies. We even saw humming birds visiting our patch. What's more, these will reseed and come again the following year. Planting Celosia is a beautiful way to brighten any flower garden. With our possibilities mix, you never know what colors or styles you will get. You don't have to be daring because you cant go wrong with these! Have Fun!
  • Cherry Belle Radish


    Cherry Belle Radish

    Ask any radish lover and they will tell you that Cherry Bell radish is a very wonderfully flavored variety, cooked or raw. These little cuties are perfect for anything radish. I like roasting them. in fact, at the time of writing this, I have some in my refrigerator waiting to be roasted. These have a root of about 1 inch in diameter and a somewhat tangy taste. Can be used for anything radish, including soups, salads or perhaps just crunchy raw! Perfect little snack!

  • Chinese Forget Me Not


    Chinese Forget Me Not
    One of my favorite flowers to grow, Chinese Forget Me Not is very delightful. I grow mine as splashes of color, a border or just as stand alone in larger patches. Also known as Blue Showers, these beauties will turn heads in your garden when they start blooming. Big bunches of flowers are very attractive, especially to pollinators. Great for cut flower bouquets! These take about 90 days from seed to bloom. You can direct these when any chance of freeze has past. Bless your garden with the color that it needs!  

  • Chioggia Beet


    Chioggia Beet

    Avery beautiful beet inside and out, this one stands out in the crowd! When sliced, Chioggia Beet displays beautiful concentric circles of pinks and whites. An old Italian variety, it will light up your life with its colors and taste that stays true to the beet family. Use it as you would any other beet. Pickling, boiling, cooking, roasting, salads etc, or with other vegetables, and so much more. Rich and earthy beet flavor that leaves nothing to be desired! Start early in Spring and you can expect maturity about 60 days after planting.  
  • Christmas Purple Grapes Tomato

    A plump, fat cherry, Christmas Purple Grapes tomato is definitely a keeper. Boasting full flavored goodness and texture that will pull you in, this variety is definitely worth growing. Plants are very hardy and showed nice disease resistance for us in 2020. These purple/brownish fruits are the perfect snacks that you will never get tired of. Prolific, relatively early, nice aroma too. Try these, you will want much more of them!
  • Cinnamon Basil

    Also known as Mexican Spice Basil, Cinnamon Basil is a very flavorful variety. Boasting dark green leaves and cinnamon colored stems, this variety is a favorite for chefs and cooks. Like most other basil varieties, I use the dried or fresh leaves for making wonderful teas. Plants are about 1.5 feet tall. You can begin harvesting leaves around 30 days after transplant, always leaving off shoots/suckers to grow out. A favorite of mine for Asian cuisine such as curries. Absolutely wonderful Aroma! Will grow well in containers too!
  • Creamsicle Grape Tomato

    Think salads and pickling. Creamsicle Grape tomato is excellent for salads with its mildly sweet and flavorful finish. 2 inch long fruits are subtly bi-colored and and pretty. This grape would also go well on a platter. Plants showed extreme disease resistance and were very prolific. Ours started ripening around 75 days from transplant and just produced hundreds of fruits all the way until frost killed them. A very reliable salad variety! Pickle them whole or sliced, they would work well in both applications.
  • Crimson Zebra Tomato


    Crimson Zebra Tomato

    A prolific variety, Crimson Zebra tomato is desirable and pretty! 5 feet tall, regular leafed plants, produce 2-6 0unce fruits that are sweeter, mildly fruity and delivers an overall good tomato experience. Ours showed nice disease resistance after one small initial treatment. Plants produced all season long. Wonderful tomato aroma. A really nice cooking, snacking and canning variety!
  • D’Espelette Pepper


    D'Espelette Pepper

    A highly desirable cultivar, d'Espelette pepper is a French variety, grown in the commune of Espelette. My first experience with these was in 2018, but I just grew one plant. I totally loved them and promised to grow them again. I grew them again this year(2020). This pepper is also known as Piment d'Espelette, but since it is classified AOC, it can only be referred to by that name if grown in Espelette. With that said, my favorite use for this pepper was cooking. I did dry some for powder but haven't used it yet. High, outstanding flavor and easy to work with. Shorter, productive plants that are hardy and tolerated heat pretty well! Nice addition if you like low heat and high flavor in your peppers


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