April 1, 2019 @ 9:25AM — May 1, 2019 @ 9:25AM
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Marbled, red and yellow cherry-type tomatoes.
Dark reddish-purple to black with green/brown shoulders.
Holds well on the vine and is widely adapted.
A plum tomato commonly used for cooking, although it's sweet enough to eat fresh.
Deep, dusky-rose color while maintaining a somewhat greenish hue near the stem.
Large, deep red tomatoes that ripen evenly with strong skin and solid flesh.
Deep, rosy-red with a black- purple cast that is bursting with sweet flavor.
Large for a cherry, productive over a long period, disease resistant.
Large, smooth, 1-lb. pink tomatoes are sweet.
This old-fashioned tomato family member bears 1/2- 3/4" sweet golden berries inside papery husks.
Medium to very hot fruit is light yellow in color. 1,000-15,000 SHU
Shishito pepper is a sweet, East Asian variety.
The poblano is a mild chili pepper originating in the state of Puebla. 1,000–1,500 SHU
Sunshine-colored, blocky peppers have a sweet, fruity flavor.
Dark green, pungent 3" hot peppers are excellent fresh or pickled. 2500 ~ 8000 SHU
A large, blocky, thick-walled stuffing pepper.
Ribbed and flattened, and very thick, sweet, delicious flesh.
Tapered, thick-walled, 2-3 lobed fruits are 4-5" long, and are deliciously sweet and fruity.
Large Leaf basil is a good choice for fresh pesto.
This Italian variety has extremely tender, fragrant, extra-large, dark green leaves.
Lemon basil has narrow, elongated oval leaves that measure an average of 5 centimeters long.
Classic culinary and ornamental herb.
Known for its aromatic and flavorful leaves.
Produces edible seeds and leaves.
Same family as onion, leeks and garlic. They are a hardy, drought-tolerant perennial.
Oils of lemongrass are used for flavoring and perfume. Used also for tea and seasoning.
An early maturing variety, the deeply cut and curled leaves have extra rich flavor.
A slow-bolter grown for its leaves. Like the leaves and seeds, the flowers are edible.
Classic, evergreen perennial with a unique, pungent flavor and aroma.
Green flesh muskmelon, with a heavily-netted rind and smooth, sweet-flavored flesh.
Popular for its high sugar content and great flavor.
Heirloom producing petite, 8- to 10-pound, dark green fruit.
Winter squash with cream-coloured cylindrical fruits striped in green or orange.
The bush-type plants are vigorous and produce early.
A standout among summertime vegetables. Easy-to-grow and matures quickly.
Long, ribbed, dark green fruit can grow to 18 inches, very mild, sweet, and burpless.
Blocky, medium-length (3–5") fruits are good for fresh eating & they pickle well.
Dark orange-skinned pumpkins in a range of small sizes, typically 4-6 lb.
Dark green fruits stay green and mild-tasting even under heat stress.
Cha Cha's bright-orange flesh cooks up dry, flaky, sweet, and delicious.
Spaghetti-like flesh with mild, slightly sweet flavor.
Productive, Italian heirloom broccoli especially good for freezing.
Thick, outer leaves giving way to a sweet, creamy colored, compact head.
An old French romaine variety with medium-red tinted leaves and excellent flavor .
Broad, flat, light green petioles are topped with oval, dark green leaves.
Also known as "dinosaur" kale. Extra-dark green, noncurled but heavily blistered.
Delicious grey-green kale is pretty enough to plant among the flowers.
Vigorous plants offer better flavor and outsize yields.
Milder and more tender than most yellow onions, but equally reliable in storage.
Edible perennial vine. Heat-loving with delicious, succulent leaves.
Produces smooth and attractive, medium -large sprouts on tall plants.
Edible, bright colors of a nasturtium mix with the added plus of marvelous swirled bicolors.
Also known as a starflower. An annual herb. Borage oil is pressed from the seeds.
A variety with plenty of resin, and mixed double yellow and orange petals.
A popular, thin, little pickling pepper, this heirloom comes from southern Italy. The 3”-5” fruit
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