Berkeley Tie-Dye : 65-70 days, Indeterminate. 8-12 oz. fruit with exceptional taste that should appeal to gardeners and chefs alike.
Pork Chop: 75-85 days, Indeterminate. A true yellow with green stripes. Medium size, slightly flattened fruits. Sweet tomato taste with a hint of citrus.
Mountain Majesty: 78 days, Determinate. Outstanding extra-large fruit that is very disease resistant. Good for eating fresh or canning.
Agriset: 75 days, Indeterminate. Sweet, bite-size grape tomatoes produced in clusters of 20 or more.
Premio: 68 days, Indeterminate. A plant that produces clusters of 6-8 fruits that weigh 4 oz. Very disease resistant.
Cherokee Purple: 80 days, Indeterminate. Heirloom giant beefsteak that is juicy and flavorful. Attractive color.
Chocolate Cherry: 70 days, Indeterminate. Delicious, 1 inch fruits.
HEIRLOOM TOMATO PLANTS
German Johnson: 78 days, Indeterminate. Reddish-pink fruit,crack-resistant, weighing 1 pound o more.
Arkansas Traveler: 75 days, Indeterminate. Pinkish cast, mild flavor with 6-8 oz. fruit.
Mr. Stripey: 80 days, Indeterminate. Large, 10-12 oz. fruits with red and yellow stripes.
Costoluto Genovese: 85 days, indeterminate. Italian variety with rich flavor. 6 oz. fruits often used in cooking.
Brandywine: 90 days, Indeterminate. Huge, sweet 10-11 oz. fruit. This potato-leaved variety is a favorite for taste
Polish Linguisa: 73 days, Indeterminate. 10-12 oz. meaty, sausage shaped fruits. Good for sauces and canning.
Amish Paste: 85 days, Indeterminate. Bright red, 8-12 oz. juicy, and meaty fruits.
Boxcar Willie: 80 days, Indeterminate. Smooth, crack-free, 10-16 oz. fruits. Ideal for canning or freezing.
Black Krim: 80 days, Indeterminate. 8 oz. fruit with wonderful flavor.
Mortgage Lifter: 83 days, Indeterminate. Heavy yields of huge, low-acid pink fruits.
Heirloom varieties grafted onto a wild,hardy rootstock. Same old-time taste with higher yields and better disease resistance.
Park's Whopper: 65 days, Indeterminate. Heavy-yielding, 12 oz.and larger, disease and crack-resistant tomatoes.
Celebrity: 72 days, Determinate. 8 oz. canner. Resistant to disease.
Better Boy: 75 days, Indeterminate. Big, meaty, 8 oz. and larger fruits.
Burpee's Big Boy: 78 days, Indeterminate. Attractive, 10-16 oz. rich-flavored fruits.
Big Beef: 73 days, Indeterminate. Exceptional yields of large, 9-11 oz. early maturing fruits.
Lemon Boy: 72 days, Indeterminate. Lemon-colored 3 in. diameter fruits with excellent flavor.
Beefmaster: 80 days, Indeterminate. Large yields of deep red, 12-16 oz. fruits.
Sweet 100: 65 days, Indeterminate. Huge clusters of 1/2 inch ,very sweet cherry tomatoes.
Patio: 70 days, Determinate. Dwarf variety, ideal for growing in containers. 3-4 oz. flavorful fruits.
La Roma lll: 76 days, Determinate. Big yields of 5-8 oz. Italian type paste tomatoes.
Oregon Spring: 58 days, Determinate. Cold-tolerant plants set concentrated medium to large fruits. Ideal for canning.
Early Girl: 52 days, Indeterminate. Early harvests of flavorful, 4-6 oz. fruits.
Bell Boy Hyb.: 70 days, thick-walled, 4-lobed green to red fruits.
Big Bertha Hybrid: 72 days. One of the largest, elongated, 3-4 lobed bell pepper available.
Lady Bell Hybrid: 71 days. Uniform, 3-4 lobed, with medium thick walls.
Gloria Hybrid: 70 days. Large, 5 inch, thick-walled yellow fruits.
Merlot Hybrid: 68 days. 5 x 4 inch blocky, violet sweet fruits.
Muscato Hybrid: 75 days. 5 x 4 inch orange bell with thick walls.
Yum Yum Hybrid: 55 days. Nearly seedless. Oh so sweet little peppers. Found in grocery stores.
Petite Colour Blend: 65 days. Rainbow of delicious mini-bells.
Giant Marconi: 72 days. 8x3 inch Italian pepper. Great roasted or grilled.
Corno di Toro: 75 days. Heirloom, Italian, sweet frying pepper with 8 inch fruits.
Sweet Banana: 65 days.
Cubanelle: 75 days.
Sweet Cherry: 75 day Heirloom.
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Hot Peppers: * NOTE* The higher the number of scoville units, the hotter the pepper!
Chili de Arbol: 80 days. Cayenne type. 15,000 - 30,000 scoville units. Popular in Mexican cooking.
Cascabel: 90 days. Known as "bola chili". 2-3 inch diameter fruit. 2500 - 8000 scoville units. Used in Mexican cooking.
Guajillo: 85 days. 2500 - 4000 scoville units. 3 in. long x 1 in. wide. Excellent for salsas and sauces.
Pasilla Bajo: 75 -80 days. 8 - 10 in. long, ripening to dark brown. 1000 -2000 scoville units. Used in Mexican cooking.
Fresno Chili: 80 days. 5000 scoville units. Used in salsas.
Fish Pepper: 75 days. Medium hot. Variegated foliage.
Anaheim: 75 days. Known as the new Mexican chili. 500 - 2500 scoville units.
Cayenne: 75 days. Known as crushed red pepper. 50,000 scoville units.
Habanero: 90 days. 100,000 - 350,000 scoville units.
Hungarian Hot Wax: 70 days. 5000 - 10,000 scoville units.
Ghost: 100 days. 1,000,000 scoville units.
Jalapeno: 75 days. 2500- 5000 scoville units.
Poblano: 75 -80 days. 1000 - 2000 scoville units. Used to make chili rellenos and chili powder.
Serrano: 75 - 80 days. 25,000 scoville units.
Red Hot Cherry: 80 days.
Parsley: Triple - curled and Italian large leaf
Squash: Buttercup, Butternut, Honey Bear (miniature acorn), Blue Hubbard (miniature), Sweet Dumpling, Zucchini, Aristocrat
Watermelon: Crimson Sweet and Sugar Baby
Basil: Italian Large Leaf
Brussel Sprouts: Jade Cross
Cucumber: Burpless, Slicemore, and SMR 58 (pickling)
Onions: Walla walla, Red Zeppelin, Yellow Sweet Spanish, Candy and White Sweet Spanish
Swiss Chard: Bright Lights
Cantaloupe: Delicious 51
Eggplant: Fairy Tale and Dusky
Lettuce: Simply city garden
Broccoli: Premium Crop, Green Magic and Broccoli Raab
Cabbage: KK Cross (early), golden acre (early), pennant (mid/hybrid)
late flat dutch, savoy express and ruby perfection (red).
Cauliflower: Snow crown.
Million Bells: Pomegranate Punch
Million Bells: Spicy Million Bells: Lemon Slice
Zinnia: Profusion Double Hot Cherry Zinnia: Profusion Double Deep Salmon Zinnia: Profusion Double Yellow
Canna: South Pacific Scarlet Angelonia: Angelface Petunia: African Sunset
Geranium: Boldly Series Lobularia: White Knight Geranium: Timeless Series
Supertunia: Flamingo Pennisetum: Fireworks Superbena: Royale Plum Wine
Dianthus; Fruit Punch Apple Slice Leucanthemum: Banana Cream Dianthus: Fruit Punch Coconut Punch
Heuchera: Blackberry Ice Daylilly: Primal Scream Heuchera: Cinnamon Curls
Hosta: Autumn Frost Hibiscus: Summerific Cherry Cheesecake Hosta: Hudson Bay
Hosta: Empress Wu
Apple Trees: Lodi Apple Trees: Cortland Apple Trees: Northern Spy
Apple Trees: Honey Crisp Cherry Trees: Northstar Blueberries: Northland
Blueberries: Bluecrop Blueberries: Bluetta Grapes: King of the North
Raspberry: Latham Strawberry: Ozark Beauty Strawberry: Honeoye
Asparagus: Jersey Giant Sweet Potato: Beauregard Garlic
Potting Soil: Premium Sungro Composted Cow Manure: Whitetail Organics Fertilizers
Rhubarb: Canada Red
Pesticides Olds Garden Seed
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