Seedling CSA!

April 1, 2019 @ 9:25AM — May 1, 2019 @ 9:25AM

Reserve your seedlings now!

Reserve your seedlings now!

Ticket Details
Quantity
Price
Sunrise Bumble Bee Tomato

Marbled, red and yellow cherry-type tomatoes.

$4
Black Krim Tomato

Dark reddish-purple to black with green/brown shoulders.

$4
New Girl Tomato

Holds well on the vine and is widely adapted.

$4
Amish Paste Tomato

A plum tomato commonly used for cooking, although it's sweet enough to eat fresh.

$4
Cherokee Purple Tomato

Deep, dusky-rose color while maintaining a somewhat greenish hue near the stem.

$4
Wisconsin 55 Tomato

Large, deep red tomatoes that ripen evenly with strong skin and solid flesh.

$4
Indigo Cherry Drop tomatoes

Deep, rosy-red with a black- purple cast that is bursting with sweet flavor.

$4
Esterina- Orange Cherry Tomato

Large for a cherry, productive over a long period, disease resistant.

$4
Mortgage Lifter Tomato

Large, smooth, 1-lb. pink tomatoes are sweet.

$4
Husk Cherry, Goldie

This old-fashioned tomato family member bears 1/2- 3/4" sweet golden berries inside papery husks.

$4
Hungarian Yellow Hot Wax Pepper

Medium to very hot fruit is light yellow in color. 1,000-15,000 SHU

$4
Shishito pepper

Shishito pepper is a sweet, East Asian variety.

$3.80
Poblano Pepper

The poblano is a mild chili pepper originating in the state of Puebla. 1,000–1,500 SHU

$4
Sweet Sunrise Pepper

Sunshine-colored, blocky peppers have a sweet, fruity flavor.

$4
Jalapeno, Early Pepper

Dark green, pungent 3" hot peppers are excellent fresh or pickled. 2500 ~ 8000 SHU

$4
Goddess Banana Pepper

A large, blocky, thick-walled stuffing pepper.

$4
Round of Hungary pepper

Ribbed and flattened, and very thick, sweet, delicious flesh.

$4
Glow F1, Hybrid Sweet Pepper

Tapered, thick-walled, 2-3 lobed fruits are 4-5" long, and are deliciously sweet and fruity.

$4
Basil, Large leaf

Large Leaf basil is a good choice for fresh pesto.

$4
Basil, genovese

This Italian variety has extremely tender, fragrant, extra-large, dark green leaves.

$4
Basil, lemon

Lemon basil has narrow, elongated oval leaves that measure an average of 5 centimeters long.

$4
Thyme, German Winter

Classic culinary and ornamental herb.

$4
Oregano, greek

Known for its aromatic and flavorful leaves.

$4
Dill, Mammoth

Produces edible seeds and leaves.

$4
Chives

Same family as onion, leeks and garlic. They are a hardy, drought-tolerant perennial.

$4
Lemon Grass, East Indian

Oils of lemongrass are used for flavoring and perfume. Used also for tea and seasoning.

$4
Parsley, Moss curled

An early maturing variety, the deeply cut and curled leaves have extra rich flavor.

$4
Cilantro, Santo

A slow-bolter grown for its leaves. Like the leaves and seeds, the flowers are edible.

$4
Sage, common

Classic, evergreen perennial with a unique, pungent flavor and aroma.

$4
Cantaloupe, Eden's Gem

Green flesh muskmelon, with a heavily-netted rind and smooth, sweet-flavored flesh.

$4
Watermelon, Crimson sweet

Popular for its high sugar content and great flavor.

$4
Watermelon, Sugar baby

Heirloom producing petite, 8- to 10-pound, dark green fruit.

$4
Delicata Squash

Winter squash with cream-coloured cylindrical fruits striped in green or orange.

$4
Zucchini, dark

The bush-type plants are vigorous and produce early.

$4
Yellow crookneck

A standout among summertime vegetables. Easy-to-grow and matures quickly.

$4
Cucumber, suyo long

Long, ribbed, dark green fruit can grow to 18 inches, very mild, sweet, and burpless.

$4
Cucumber H-19 pickle

Blocky, medium-length (3–5") fruits are good for fresh eating & they pickle well.

$4
Pumpkin, new England pie

Dark orange-skinned pumpkins in a range of small sizes, typically 4-6 lb.

$4
Cucumber, marketmore- 76 slicer

Dark green fruits stay green and mild-tasting even under heat stress.

$4
Kabocha, cha cha

Cha Cha's bright-orange flesh cooks up dry, flaky, sweet, and delicious.

$4
Spaghetti Squash

Spaghetti-like flesh with mild, slightly sweet flavor.

$4
Broccoli, De Cicco

Productive, Italian heirloom broccoli especially good for freezing.

$4
Lettuce, Butter Crunch

Thick, outer leaves giving way to a sweet, creamy colored, compact head.

$4
Lettuce, Rouge D'Hiver OG

An old French romaine variety with medium-red tinted leaves and excellent flavor .

$4
Bok Choi, Black Summer

Broad, flat, light green petioles are topped with oval, dark green leaves.

$4
Kale, Toscano

Also known as "dinosaur" kale. Extra-dark green, noncurled but heavily blistered.

$4
Kale, Red Russian

Delicious grey-green kale is pretty enough to plant among the flowers.

$4
Celery, Tango

Vigorous plants offer better flavor and outsize yields.

$4
Onions, New York Early

Milder and more tender than most yellow onions, but equally reliable in storage.

$4
Spinach, Malabar

Edible perennial vine. Heat-loving with delicious, succulent leaves.

$4
Brussel Sprouts, Dagon

Produces smooth and attractive, medium -large sprouts on tall plants.

$4
Nasturtium, Kaleidoscope

Edible, bright colors of a nasturtium mix with the added plus of marvelous swirled bicolors.

$4
Borage

Also known as a starflower. An annual herb. Borage oil is pressed from the seeds.

$4
Calendula, Alpha

A variety with plenty of resin, and mixed double yellow and orange petals.

$4
Italian pepperoncini

A popular, thin, little pickling pepper, this heirloom comes from southern Italy. The 3”-5” fruit

$4
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Event Location
Hillview Urban Agriculture Center's Greenhouse
624 Vine Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
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