Fruit & Vegetable Seeds
Palace King hybrid is a rare sooyow type pickling cucumber that originated in Asia and was introduced to America. Plants are vigorous, with many tendrils to support the vines. Because the fruit grow up to 10“ long, it is best to trellis them if you want straight fruit. Plants are early to mature, and fruit have ribbing and small white spines that can be removed by washing. It is a burpless type with very good flavor, and thin skin that you don’t need to peel. 50 to 60 days.
This sweet bell pepper starts green and turns to a bright and attractive orange color. Orange King pepper is great for salads, stir fry, or eating fresh for a delicious and healthy snack. Maturity 75 for green peppers, 87 days for orange.
Glitter was developed by the same breeder that created Juliet tomato. However the fruit color is a brilliant shimmering orange. Attractive trusses cascade from the plant and the vigorous indeterminate vines boast excellent productivity. With an average brix of 9% you can expect to enjoy natural sweetness that elevates this tomato to the top end of grape and cherry tomatoes. The one ounce fruit will likely be consumed before you have a chance to take them inside the house. Vines reach 5 to 6 feet and require staking. 70 days.
These beautiful yellow cherry tomatoes taste sweet and citrusy, but not acidic. Great for fresh eating or for salads. The 1 inch fruit weight about an ounce with some cracking tolerance. This variety tends to keep producing even in the heat. The 4 to 5 foot plants are indeterminate. 70 days.
This commercial cucumber was developed for early maturity, strong disease resistance, and high yield potential. The 7 to 8 inch dark green fruit are smooth and attractive for roadside markets. Resistance includes anthracnose, scab, and cucumber mosaic virus. The vigorous plants offer multiple picks, and the gynoecious fruiting quality offers greater yield potential because of the increased percentage of female flowers. 52 days.
Put some variety in your salad or stir-fry, with this new purple cauliflower. Heads are a purple/lavender color, that will not change when cooked. Heads are 7 to 8 inches in width, self wrapping and taste great. 68 days.
This new hybrid heirloom type combines the flavor of heirlooms with the productive quality of a commercial variety. The attractive, dark purple fruit weigh 7 to 10 ounces, and have deliciously sweet and tangy flesh. And Darkstar is resistant to Late Blight. The strong, 6 – 7 foot tall indeterminate vines will produce over a long period of time, with great productivity. 75 days.
This variety was developed by Tom Wagner from heirloom stock. He focused on making a more productive plant and creating flavor that is great for making sauces. The cream to yellow colored fruit are nearly 3 inches long and are shaped like a sausage. The determinate 3 foot bush plants don’t need to be staked. 75 days.
This interesting mix of red, white, and bicolor radishes has wonderful flavor and make your salad light up with bright colors that are perfect for gardeners or growers. 28 days.
This All America winning deep green zucchini leads a double life. Most people allow Commander to grow from 7 to 8 inches in length. But some clever gardeners harvested petite 4 inch fruit, in order to eat tender “baby” squash. Have it any way you like. Compact vines are open for easy picking. 54 days.
The first hybrid Cinderella type pumpkin is now available. This hybrid produces large reddish orange fruits ranging from 22 to 35 pounds, on vigorous vines. For the princess in your family, try out the Cinderella’s Carriage and allow her dreams to come true. She will likely agree it is all worth it. 100 days.
This new hybrid eggplant combines improved yield, better eating quality, and earlier maturity than other varieties in the Black Beauty class. Attractive black oval 1 to 1. 5 pound fruit are perfect for grilling, stir fry, baba ganoush, roasting or baking. Makes fruit with fewer seeds. 74 days.