Fruit & Vegetable Seeds
This high-yielding beefsteak has a bush growth habit and can be grown in a container. A sister of Better Bush, the dense foliage helps protect fruit from sunburn. Flavor is excellent with the right balance of sugars and acids. Fruit set is somewhat concentrated, weighing 10 ounces on average. Plants benefit from support. Disease package F1,F2,Ss,TMV, V, S. Determinate. 68 days.
If you love Sun Gold or Sun Sugar, you will also love Sun Orange. It has unbelievably good flavor. The breeder has taken the same great flavor package, but increased the size of the fruit, and improved crack resistance. High yield potential is obvious once you see the elegant trusses brimming with fruit. Indeterminate. 65 days.
Sweet Golden Roma caught our attention in trials, not just for the beautiful bright yellow color, but also for the fine eating quality. It is really tasty. It is also very productive. It looks beautiful in a salad, or on a sandwich. Can it or turn into a yellow paste tomato. Fruit are 4 to 5 ounces. Resistant to F2 and V. Determinate. 78 days.
This is a bush tomato that tastes wonderful and has big 8 to 10 ounce fruit. The flavor is great, and the there is plenty of juicy goodness. The blossom scar is somewhat larger than other tomatoes, but what it misses in looks, it makes up for it with productivity and great flavor. VFF Determinate. 74 days.
One of the earliest tomatoes for your garden is also one of the best tasting – mild and sweet with good texture. Golden Nugget offers one inch fruit that are borne on compact plants (20 to 26 inches) and have a concentrated fruit set. Fruit weight 1/2 to 3/4 of an ounce. Developed by James Baggett at Oregon State University, for cooler growing conditions. Determinate. 55 days.
Jolene is more than just a beautiful tomato with smooth shoulders and a pretty petite blossom scar. She offers large, 8-10 ounce fruit, that have excellent flavor, and beautiful deep red color. She also has a hidden strength - resistance to Fusarium Crown Rot, Verticillium wilt, and intermediate resistance to Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl virus. Trialing in a dozen states has proven the productivity potential of this new tomato, and particularly in the South Eastern US. Roadside farmers will appreciate the marketable yield potential. Determinate. 73 days.
It is not unusual to grow a giant 300 pound pumpkin from this seed, originally selected by Howard Dill of Nova Scotia. It is also the pumpkin seed that broke the 1000 pound record in 1996. And today, the record stands at 2,624 pounds. Direct seed after the last frost in your area. Space 3 to 5 feet apart. 115 to 125 days.
We love hot peppers, and we hope you will love the Dragon Cayenne. It can be used for fresh or dried fruit. It offers that kind of kick that lingers on your tongue. Strong plants produce an abundance of fruit, that are fiery finger-size pods. Good production over a long growing season. 15,000 to 25,000 scoville units. 65 to 70 days.
This ornamental pepper has dark purple foliage. It is similar to Twilight pepper, with the exception of the foliage color. Each plant produces multiple upright multi-colored pods. The contrasting fruit colors and foliage color provide an attractive display. Plants reach up to 22 inches in height. 65 to 85 days.
Diamond pepper has thick flesh, with wonderful crisp flavor. The 3 to 4 lobed bell turns from a translucent ivory color, to slightly yellow, and then a scarlet red. Great for salads or fresh cut. The 24 inch plants are strong and productive. 75 days.
A traditional serrano heirloom that has three times more heat than an average jalapeno. However, the heat value is variable from plant to plant and it tends not to overpower your food, although it can be very hot. Fruit are 3 to 4 inches in length and change from green to red while maturing. Good for salsa, sauces and soups. 75 days.
This extremely hot pepper (1.2 million scoville units) with some individual plants reaching 2 million scoville units. It was the world record holder in 2012. Fruit are blistering hot with a fruity background flavor. Be sure and use caution when handling fruits, and make sure children do not handle them. A native of Trinidad and Tobago, the pointed tip of the fruit looks like a scorpion stinger. Germination takes a long time. 90 days. 70% germination.