Fruit & Vegetable Seeds
Crimson Sweet is a long-time favorite due to wonderful flavor, texture, and sweetness. This melon can reach up to 9 x 12 inches and weigh between 15 to 25 pounds. Vines grow 6 to 9 feet, and are normally planted 2 to 5 feet apart in the row. Direct seed when soil temperatures are 70 to 75 degrees. 80 days.
This All America winner is a patio type tomato that produces delicious and sweet crack-resistant fruit in containers or hanging baskets. They are easy to pick, with high yield potential – up to 12 pounds of fruit per plant. Plants are 12 to 15 inches tall and spreading in the open garden. A baby plum tomato with ½ ounce fruit. Late Blight tolerant. Determinate. 50 days.
Bloomsdale Longstanding spinach was selected for slow bolting plants and good flavor. The deep green leaves make a tasty salad or spinach smoothie. Whip up a mushroom stuffing dip with chopped spinach, mozzarella, olive oil, and a touch of cayenne pepper. Start directly in the soil when soil temperatures reach 50 degrees. Plant every 7 days for prolonged harvest. 40 to 47 days.
Banana Legs tomatoes are low in acid and have a meaty texture. A great tomato for making sauces or cut up for salads. Fruit are up to 4 inches long and 1 ½ inches in diameter. As fruit mature to a bright yellow color, they occasionally appear to have light colored stripes similar to the Speckled Roman tomato. Compact determinate. 75 days.
All-America Selections is calling this jalapeno pepper a game changer. You can harvest up to 50 4-inch fruits per plant, and all at once! Perfect for canning, pickling or making stuffed and roasted peppers. Put them in your favorite soup or salsa. Because they can hold on the plant longer than most jalapenos, you can take that weekend trip and they will be there when you come home. Pungency 2500 to 6000 scovilles. 60 days.
Blistering heat is the hallmark of this hybrid Ghost pepper. armed with more than 800,000 scoville units of heat. Be careful handling, consuming,and preparing. This bright red and pointed fruit is 2 ½ inches in length and has higher yield potential than other open pollinated Ghost peppers. 90 days.
King George offers the promise of great things to come. The vigorous and productive plants produce an abundance of Royal Jumbo and Extra Large fruit. Fruits mature early as they change from green to red. It is hard to have both size and early maturity with other peppers, but you can have both with the King! In addition the King has added protection from bacterial leaf spot, plus a tolerance to Phytophthora blight. Strong plants benefit from staking. 72 days.
King of the North just got better. This improved variety is now 10 days earlier to mature. The three or four lobed fruit mature from green to red and have good flavor.
Large bell peppers reliably turn red even where the season is short or weather is cool. Strong, sturdy plants become loaded with big, blocky peppers that are delicious at both green and red stages. Despite the name “King of the North,” gardeners in all areas can succeed with this outstanding variety. 60 days.