• Yellow Pear Tomato

    Yellow Pear Tomato

    Bright Yellow Pear Tomatoes that are hard to pass by! Delicious pear-shaped tomatoes are perfect for your garden! However, a cage may be needed to control the growth of the bushes. The fruits weigh about 1 Oz and ripen in 78 days.In history, the tomato was recorded in Europe in the distant 17th century.  How to Grow Yellow Pear Tomato: Sowing: Start growing tomatoes indoors...
  • Grande Rio Verde Tomatillo

    Grande Rio Verde Tomatillo

    The fruit of the Grande Rio Verde Tomatillo variety with 8-foot vines reaches a weight of 2 ounces each. This variety is native to Mexico, growing well in hot climates, ripening in 100 days. It has a characteristic tart taste and can be used both raw and cooked.Tomatillo is distantly related to the tomato, although it is grown similarly. Tomatillos were first discovered in...
  • Red Burgundy Onion

    Red Burgundy Onion

    Onion Red Burgundy Flattened onions with whitish flesh and red rings are incredibly soft and sweet. It reaches up to 4″ in diameter and matures in 95-165 days depending on planting time, location and climate. Red Burgundy onions are resistant to botrytis and pink rot.Red onion originated in Central Asia and is still a favorite dish in eastern India, especially its vibrant color and...
  • Red Beefsteak Tomato

    Red Beefsteak Tomato

    Red Beefsteak Tomato  Beefsteak is a prevalent delicious grade of a large tomato. It's juicy, solid, weighs more pounds, and matures in 85 days. Unfortunately, his vines require some support.Peter Henderson introduced this tomato in 1894, calling him "Henderson's Crimson Cushion." Later, renamed Beefsteak, he became a favorite variety of gardeners in the Northeast. Resistant to fusarium wilt and nematodes, as well as meat...
  • Hungarian Hot Wax Pepper

    Hungarian Hot Wax Pepper

    ABOUT THE PLANT Description: Hungarian Hot Wax peppers are smooth, creamy yellow, 5 inches long, with a conical, tapered shape. They have thick flesh, thin skins, and a sweet, medium heat of 1,000 to 15,000 Scoville Heat Units. They are usually used at the yellow stage but will mature to a red-orange color on compact 2-foot plants. They are similar in appearance to banana...
  • Poblano Pepper

    Poblano Pepper

    Poblano Pepper These are mildly hot peppers for frying, filling, or Mexican dishes. Poblano pepper, when dried, is known as an ancho, is dark green color and 4 ″ long and turns red as it ripens with a rating of 1000 Scoville thermal units."Poblano" refers to a native of Puebla, originally from Mexico. Records show that this pepper is one of those discovered by...
  • Serrano Hot Pepper

    Serrano Hot Pepper

    Serrano Pepper Serrano is a hot pepper, without which one cannot imagine spicy salsa, sauces, and Mexican dishes. It resembles a jalapeno in shape but is only 1.5″ long, reaching maturity in 80 days. The peppers are glossy, medium-thin-walled, and turn orange-red when ripe.The green Serrano pepper, native to the mountains of the Mexican states of Puebla and Hidalgo, gets its nаme from the...
  • Cayenne Pepper

    Cayenne Pepper

    ABOUT THE PLANT Description: Cayenne peppers are 2 to 5 inches long, thin, red peppers, often with a curved tip and somewhat rippled skin. They have a sweet and slightly smokey aroma. Heat is 30,000 to 50,000 SHU. Cayenne chile is usually sold in stores in its powder form known as cayenne pepper. Also, most of the chile flakes sold are from Cayenne peppers....
  • Habanero Pepper

    Habanero Pepper

    ABOUT THE PLANT Description: Habanero pepper is a fiery chile with a sweet, fruity, somewhat floral flavor. The pods are about 1 ½-2” long and 1 ½ " wide, boxy looking, usually orange or red. It is prized for its level of heat, 200,000 – 350,000 SHU. Origin: Peppers originate in South and Central America. The Habanero, which translates to mean "from Havana," are...
  • Jalapeno Pepper

    Jalapeno Pepper

    ABOUT THE PLANT Description: Jalapeno peppers are firm, thick-walled, 2-3 inches long, with a curved shape and green, shiny, smooth skin. The flavor is vegetal with medium heat. Scoville Heat Units 2,000 to 10,000. They are usually harvested when green but ripen to red. This chile is named after the Mexican city of Jalapa, but in Mexico, they call the Jalapeno a Cuaresmenos. Because...
  • Oregano

    Oregano

    Oregano Oregano seeds grow on the sunny slopes of the Mediterranean and are often used in the cuisine of this region. The name comes from the Greek word for "joy of the mountains". Mythology says that the Greek goddess of love gave a man Oregano to bring him joy. Since then, Oregano has been associated with pleasure. This plant has long been used both...
  • Cilantro

    Cilantro

    It is a high-yielding and trendy member of the Dill family. This persistent, tangy herb is used in many cuisines around the world. The seeds are grown in the desert and thrive in hot climates.The coriander, known as Cilantro, is native to the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern regions. It is known to be one of the first seasonings used by humans. Early physicians such...
  • Italian Parsley

    Italian Parsley

    Italian Parsley The Italian Parsley has a strong parsley flavor, more intense than rolled parsley! They reach several feet in height and are ideal for salads, soups, and most Italian dishes. In addition, this plant produces a lot more greens than regular parsley!Parsley has a long and colorful history and is well known in many cultures. There are many myths and legends about this...
  • Italian, Genovese Basil

    Italian, Genovese Basil

    ITALIAN, GENOVESE BASIL ABOUT THE PLANT: Description: This sweet basil is the main type of basil used in traditional Italian cuisine. It is a bushy herb reaching a height of up to 18 inches. Its leaves have a sweet, spicy flavor. The large leaves are bright green, slightly crinkled, and can grow up to 3 inches long. Small white/pinkish flowers are arranged in a...
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