• Boston Pickling Cucumber

    Boston Pickling Cucumber

    This dark green, blunt-ended cucumbers cultivar produces abundant and consistent yields of 3" to 6" fruit. Cucumbers are ideal for pickling and fresh salads, ripening in just 57 days.Boston Pickling cucumber seeds were introduced around 1890 and gained great popularity due to their rich and reliable yield. Historians agree that the first cucumbers grew in the Himalayas in India over 3,000 years ago, from...
  • Scallop Squash

    Scallop Squash

    A trendy variety, the 4" pale green Scallop squash is saucer-shaped with jagged edges. Its excellent taste, texture, and large yields make it a favorite for gardeners. Squash ripens in 50 days.This unusual squash is of the "pattypan" type, a saucer-shaped squash with scalloped edges being introduced in 1914, Bеnning's Green Tint Squash was fеatured in the 1937 issue of Cucurbits of New York,...
  • Sorrel

    Sorrel

    Perennial sorrel leaves grow up to 8 inches long and produce some of the earliest green crops in spring. It has a slightly spicy lemon flavor that adds zest to salads and soups, goes well with fish, and has a strong aroma.Europeans have been using this versatile plant since the 17th century. It was previously prized for its excellent source of vitamins and nutrients...
  • Yellow Squash

    Yellow Squash

    The summer yellow squash variety has a rich, creamy flavor and is easy to grow. The most delicate flavor is squash up to 3" in diameter. It takes from 50 days to ripen.This colorful squash variety was popular long before the arrival of Christopher Columbus in the New World. It is a rare Indian squash that was domesticated in North America centuries before the...
  • Sunflower

    Sunflower

    A variety of giant sunflowers with large seeds that you can grow at home! Birds will be great contours for your crop, so be prepared to protect your Sunflower.Do you notice that the sunflowers are turning to face the sun? At first, follow the sun from east to west, and mature buds usually look directly to the east. The ancient history of sunflowers begins...
  • White Albino Beet

    White Albino Beet

    ABOUT THE PLANT Description: These beets are smooth, round and solid-white, which means they never bleed or stain. They are sweet and packed with flavor. Even when grown quite large they do not become woody or bitter, and they store well. As with all beets, the leafy green tops are edible and delicious. Origin: Beets are believed to have originated in the Mediterranean area....
  • Ruby Queen Beet

    Ruby Queen Beet

    ABOUT THE PLANT Description: The Ruby Queen is a round, smooth-skinned beet, mild and sweet with a smooth buttery texture that is more tender than any other beet. The short leaves are green with maroon edges. It is a variety that does very well in poor soils and can even thrive in full shade. They can be grown larger than most varieties and still...
  • Chioggia Beet

    Chioggia Beet

    ABOUT THE PLANT Description: The Chioggia beet has 1"–3" pinkish/red roots with alternating concentric rings of bright pinkish/red and white. It has an especially sweet and mild earthy flavor. The leaf tops are crisp, green and delicious. Origin: Beets are believed to have originated in the Mediterranean area. The Chioggia is an Italian heirloom from the mid-1800s.Usage: Beets can be boiled, baked, roasted or pickled...
  • Golden Detroit Beet

    Golden Detroit Beet

    ABOUT THE PLANT Description: A sweet (even sweeter than deep reds) and tender beet with oval-shaped orange roots and golden flesh. When cooked the flesh will stay golden and won't bleed. The edible tops are deep, glossy green.  The roots are fast-growing and retain their sweet flavor even when quite large.Origin: Beets are believed to have originated in the Mediterranean area. Golden Detroit is...
  • Early Wonder Beet

    Early Wonder Beet

    ABOUT THE PLANT Description: This popular beet is early maturing, high yielding, and produces a deep red beet that is sweet and tender. The abundant leaves are dark green on red stems and delicious. They are ready for harvest in as little as 40 days, which makes them great for mild climates where multiple crops are possible.Origin: Beets are believed to have originated in...
  • Bull's Blood Beet

    Bull's Blood Beet

    ABOUT THE PLANT Description: A beet grown for its foliage as much as its beet root. The leaves are dark red, tender and sweet growing to 16”. The beet root is blood red and one of the best for harvesting as a baby beet.  A cool-weather plant that is as ornamental as it is tasty.Origin: Beets are believed to have originated in the Mediterranean...
  • Crosby's Beet

    Crosby's Beet

    ABOUT THE PLANT Description: An early bunching beet with a sweet, deep crimson red, 3-5" beet having a flattened globe shape.  The skin is smooth. The dark green tops are 14-18" tall.  The beets grow primarily above the soil, but the skins don’t get the toughness of some beets.Origin: Beets are believed to have originated in the Mediterranean area. The Crosby beet was refined...
  • Cylindra Beet

    Cylindra Beet

    ABOUT THE PLANT Description: A long cylindrical shaped beet growing 6 to 8 inches long and 1 1/2 to 2 inches in diameter. The flavor is sweet, earthy, and bold. Their shape is ideal for a larger yield in a smaller space.Origin: Beets are believed to have originated in the Mediterranean area. The Cylindra is believed by experts to have been created sometime in...
  • Green Leaf Lettuce

    Green Leaf Lettuce

    GREEN LEAF LETTUCE ABOUT THE PLANT: Description::  Lettuces can generally be placed in one of four categories: looseleaf, butterhead, crisphead, and romaine.  Green Leaf lettuce is loose-leaved lettuce with frilly, light green, tender-crisp leaves and has a shallow root system. The flavor is mild. It is high in vitamins A and K.  Matures in 45-65 days. Origin: Green Leaf lettuce is native to the...
  • Imperator 58 Carrot

    Imperator 58 Carrot

    IMPERATOR 58 CARROT  ABOUT THE PLANT  Description: The Imperator 58 carrot is a long, straight, and tapered carrot that can grow up to 10" long and 1 1/2" wide. It is coreless, tapered, and slender, having a deep orange color, a sweet flavor, and a tender and crisp texture. Ready to harvest in about 75 days.  Origin: Long Imperator 58' was bred by Ferry-Morse...
  • Collard

    Collard

    Cabbage has a uniform and compact growth, soft taste. Cabbage greens are used for cooking, canning, and freezing. The leaves are frost-hardy and mature in 75 days.Collard sometimes referred to as wild or non-cabbage, probably comes from Asia Minor and the Mediterranean. History is confused about how the collard appeared in Europe as to whether it was introduced there by the Romans or the...
  • Parsnip

    Parsnip

    High-quality Hollow Crown parsnips have long, smooth white roots 15 "long and 3" in diameter. Parsnips have sweet white flesh, which made it possible to use them as a source of sugar. Ripens in 120 days and bears well in well-prepared soil.It is believed that the parsnip originated in Europe, where it grew in a liquid form. Parsnips reached the Americans in the 16th...
  • Sweet Red Cherry Pepper

    Sweet Red Cherry Pepper

    Red Cherry Sweet Peppers grow to about 3' tall and wide, are unpretentious, and require little maintenance. The name comes from the fact that the flower develops into a pepper the size of a cherry. It is rich in vitamin C and contains small amounts of capsaicin, which has anti-inflammatory properties.Red cherry bell peppers are delicious. You can use it fresh on pizzas, in...
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