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Vegetables

Growing your own vegetables is both fun and rewarding.  Most store-bought vegetables can’t match the flavor of homegrown. Vine-ripened tomatoes have fuller flavor,  Cucumbers are sweet and refreshing, Leaf lettuce is crisp, Basil is fresh and aromatic and the list goes on and on. Whether you’re a gardening novice or planting a garden for the first time we have a large variety of vegetable plants for all skill sets.  Please don’t hesitate to ask us questions before you purchase and we will be more than happy to guide you in the right direction.

All our vegetable plants are grown without pesticides. Come early for the largest selection.

Vegetable Plants We Offer...
Artichoke
Arugula
Beans (green-sold in seed packets for direct seeding)
Broccoli
Brussel's Sprouts
Cabbage
Cantalope
Carrot, Little Fingers (mini)
Cauliflower
Celery
Collards
Cucumbers (pickling, mini, regular)
Edible Flowers (multiple varieties)
Eggplant, (multiple varieties)
Fennel
Ground Cherry
Herbs (See Herbs Page)
Kale(green, purple)
Kohlrabi(white and purple)
Lettuce (multiple varieties)
Leeks
Malabar spinach
Peppers (See pepper section below)
Rhubarb
Spinach
Squash (delicata, patty pan, acorn, butternut, spaghetti)
Salad Burnet
Sorrel
Strawberry, alpine red and yellow
Strawberry (hanging baskets)
Swiss Chard
Tomatillo (green and purple)
Tomatoes (See Tomato Section Below)
Watermelon
Zucchini (yellow and green)

Sold Out- Lemon Boy, Super Sweet 100, Sweet Million, Paul Robeson, Woodle Orange, Eva’s Purple Ball, Brandywine, Cherokee Carbon, Cherokee Purple, Dad’s Sunset, Goliath, Chocolate Cherry, Firefly, Yellow Pear, Costoluto Genovese, Black Krim, San Marzano, Juliet

Tomato Plants
VarietySizeColorDaysDescription
BrandywineLargeRed90Heirloom. Best flavor- true tomato taste.
Cherokee CarbonLargeBlack/Purple78Heirloom marriage. Produces more fruit than its parents.
Cherokee PurpleLargeMahogany85Native American Heirloom. 8-12 oz pink/purple. Crack resistant.
Costoluto GenoveseLargeRed78Italian favorite, fresh eating and preserving
Dad's SunsetLargeOrange75Zesty, sweet flavor. Stores well.
BeefsteakMedium LargeRed80Heirloom. Rich flavor, excellent slicer.
Better BoyMedium LargeRed75Firm Fruits. Adaptable, prolific, outstanding flavor. Very reliable in all weather.
Black KrimMedium LargeMahogany69Russian Heirloom. Excellent rich smokey, salty flavor. Good yields.
CelebrityMedium LargeRed70Semi determinate. Prolific. Meaty fruit.
Comstock S&SMedium LargeRed80Italian variety. Meaty, roma shape, can get up to 1lb. Very few seeds. Good for canning and sauces.
Lemon BoyMedium LargeYellow70Low acid, sweet, nice flavor. Incredibly productive.
Mountain MeritMedium LargeRed75Beefsteak type- 12 oz. Full, rich flavor. Early and late blight resistant.
Woodle OrangeMedium LargeTangerine75Iowa Heirloom. Exquisitely rich old-fashioned flavor. Productive.
Eva's Purple BallMediumPurple-Red75Indeterminate. German heirloom, very good flavor. Prolific.
Better BushMediumRed68Heavy yields. Great for pots.
GoliathMediumRed58Continuous production, broad disease resistance, very early. Large container.
Wisconsin 55MediumRed70Juicy. Good disease resistance, crack resistant, prolific.
Paul RobesonMediumRed Brick90Russian Heirloom. Sweet and smokey flavor.
Bloody ButcherMedium SmallRed55Heirloom. Old-fashioned flavor. Early producer with a high yield.
Green ZebraMedium SmallGreen78Crack and disease resistant. Sweet with a sharp bite.
Juanne FlammeMedium SmallOrange75Blend of sweet and tart. Great for drying/roasting.
Amish PastePlum/PasteRed80American Heirloom. Huge, meaty, and tasty. Thick flesh with few seeds.
RomaPlum/PasteRed75Very prolific. Small bush. Standard paste tomato. Large Containers.
San MarzanoPlumRed85Thick flesh, few seeds. Sweet with less acid.
SungoldCherryGold65Extra early. Very sweet unbeatable flavor.
Super Sweet 100CherryRed65Branched clusters. Very sweet. Indeterminate.
Chocolate CherryCherryMahogany75Heirloom. Sweet flavor. Keeps well and is crack resistant.
FireflyCherryYellow80Perfect size snack bursting with flavor. Super sweet. Good disease resistance.
Little BitesCherryRed65Offer a steady supply of sweet, tasty, cherry tomatoes. Containers.
Sweet MillionCherryRed72Prolific. One of the best flavors in a red cherry. Very sweet.
Yellow PearCherryyellow75Heirloom. Pear shaped. Low acid. Prolific.
Red PearCherryRed75Heirloom. Pear shaped red. Prolific.
JulietGrapeRed65Sweet, meaty, and crack resistant. Stores well on and off the vine.
MarzineraGrapeRed70Heirloom marriage of san marzano and cream sausage. 2-3 oz meaty, flavorful.

Sold out:  Golden California Wonder, Escamillo, Paprika, Serrano, Sweet Banana, (TAM) Jalapeno, Super Chili, Ace Sweet Bell, King Arthur, Red Beauty, Etiuda Orange Bell, Lunchbox Mix, Poblano, Shishito, Early Jalapeno

Pepper Plants
VarietyHeatColorDaysDescription
King ArthurSweetGreen>red59Huge, early, and high yielding. Adapted to many garden situations. Good flavor
Red Beauty (Baron)SweetGreen>red68Large and early to turn red bell pepper. Sweet and productive.
Ace Sweet BellSweetGreen>red60Early, and early to turn red. Produces well even in cold weather.
Etiuda Orange BellSweetOrange75Polish Heirloom. Extra large, blocky bell pepper, very sweet and juicy. Outstanding flavor.
Golden California WonderSweetOrange60Very sweet, thick flesh. Ripens from green to yellow to orange.
GypsySweetYellow>red60One of our favorite sweet peppers. Great taste. Thick flesh. Productive.
Bull NoseSweetGreen>red75Heirloom. Produces abundantly. Its fruits are somewhat smaller than modern bell peppers.
Carmen (Italian Bulls Horn)SweetRed60Italian Heirloom. Early and incredibly sweet. Horn shaped. Easy productive and adaptable. Our favorite sweet pepper. AAS Award Winner. Good for salads, stir fries, eggs.
EscamilloSweetgold60Golden counterpart to Carmen. 8 inch long fruits are horn shaped, thick walled, and very sweet. Very productive and compact. AAS Award winner.
GourmetSweetOrange60Compact plant with prolific yields. Thick walled, tender texture.
Lunchbox MixSweetRed, yellow, orange70Mini peppers. Enjoy fresh or Sautee.
Doe HillSweetOrange60This miniature, golden-yellow pepper is a pre-1900 family heirloom from the Doe Hill area of Highland County, Virginia. The fruits are small and thick-walled, with a sweet, mild flavor when ripe. Doe Hill Pepper matures early and continues producing until the end of summer. The charming peppers resemble miniature pumpkins or persimmons.
Pretty N' SweetSweetgreen>red60Sweet and ornamental. Lots of 1 1/2 inch long fruits on tidy, compact plants. Perfect for containers. AAS Award winner.
Sweet BananaSweet yellow>red66Heirloom. Large plants with loads of long, narrow, bright yellow fruits ripening to red. AAS award winner.
Jimmy NardelloMild/SweetRed80Jimmy Nardello chile peppers have a mild, sweet, and fruity flavor when fresh that contains little to no heat. When dried, the flavor becomes sweet, savory, and slightly smoky.
PoblanoMildGreen65Called ancho when dried, poblano when fresh. Red fruits will be hotter.
ShishitoMildGreen60Japanese heirloom. Sweet with a little heat. Lots of 3-4 inch long peppers produced all summer. Outstanding charred with sesame seeds.
PaprikaMildRed85Heirloom. Use dried to make an excellent paprika powder
Anaheim (Big Chile)MildGreen68Excellent yield of large anaheims. Nice roasted or stuffed.
Hungarian Wax (Hot Banana)Moderateyellow67Heirloom. Spicy hot, banana shaped. Great for pickling, subs, sandwiches.
TAM JalapenoModerateGreen70Great yields. Later Jalapeno, milder flavor.
Witch StickModerateRed70Good for salsa, sauces, roasting and stir fry. Long red appearance.
Early JalapenoHotGreen>red65Original hot flavor for authentic Mexican cooking and picking. Heavy Yield. 2,500 - 8,000 Scoville.
SerranoHotGreen73High yields, semi - determinate plants. 6,000 Scoville.
Super ChiliVery Hotred75Great for chili. Compact, attractive, highly productive. Excellent in pots. 40,000 - 50,000 Scoville.
CayenneVery HotRed70Tasty, very hot. High yield of long thin peppers. Easy to dry and make cayenne pepper. 30,000 - 50,000 Scoville.