Vegetable Starts 2018
Blue Wind: Extra early variety from Johnny's Seeds
Diplomat: Classic, "best in the Northeast", dark green and dense
Diablo: Tall plants, medium sprouts, cold tolerant
Buscaro: Red cabbage, sweet and juicy flavor, great for sauerkraut or coleslaw
Bilko: Napa cabbage, mild flavor, perfect for kimchi
Tendersweet: Green, early, sweet leaves can be used as wraps
Tiara: Compact mini green cabbages with outstanding flavor
Suyo Long: Excellent flavor, Chinese cuke grows up to 15" long
Little Leaf Pickler: Uniform fruit great for fresh eating or pickling
Spinach: Deep green savoy
Braising Mix: Hearty greens to stir fry, cut-and-come-again
Mesclun Mix: Cut-and-come-again
Lacinato: One plant produces all summer long. Our favorite variety to grow and to eat.
Sweet and crisp flesh
Savor: (pictured) Orange flesh, super sweet French melon
Emerald Gem: Orignal description in 1886, "luscious beyond description." Orange flesh, cinnamon aroma
Haogen: Yellow rind, green flesh, refreshing honey flavor
Produces all summer long
Ancho Poblano: Moderately hot, great for stuffing for chile rellenos
El Eden: Mild, great flavor, used in making mole. 7-8" fruit (pictured)
Bangkok: 3" Thai chile, very hot
Red Ember: Sweet and moderately warm, can be eaten fresh or dried for cayenne or red pepper flakes
Winter Sweet: 4-5# fruit, excellent storage, unparalleled flavor. Grey-green skin, orange flesh.
Candy Roaster: Long, 10# pink-orange fruits can be roasted, stuffed, or made into pie. Funky cool heirloom.
Sunrise Bumblebee: Beautiful cherry tomato, gold fruit marbled with pink stripes
Cherokee Purple: Dusky purple, large tomato with delicious flavor and texture
Moskvich: Early red tomato, medium fruit
Copia: Large gold fruit with orange stripes, great sandwich slicer
Pozzano: Vigorous San Marizano style paste tomato
Tomatillo: Stores for several weeks, making them great for fresh salsa
We also have seed available for direct seeding in your garden!
Seed varieties include:
PEAS: Snap Peas and Shell Peas
RADISHES: Pink Beauty Salad Radish
BEANS: Green, Purple, and Yellow String Beans
CARROTS: Dolciva and Napoli, our favorite varieties to grow and (we think) the best tasting orange carrots for summer eating
BEETS: Red and Gold Variety
POTATOES: Ask for availability- as of now, we have white, gold, pink, and purple available in both large and fingerling varieties.