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Discover 40 new products for 2021, including 4 new colors of Chef's Choice tomatoes, the blistering-hot Carolina Reaper pepper, and All-America-winning pak choi. Also introducing cabbage, cauliflower, and okra.
AAS WINNER. Judges raved about the productivity of this award winning beefsteak tomato. Firm fleshed fruit weigh 8 ounces and are 6 inches in width. Flavor is exceptional, with just the right balance of acids and sugars. Improved disease resistance and a strong 5-foot indeterminate vine offers impressive potential for yield and gardening success. 80 to 85 days.
This is a heavy pepper, and not only is it absolutely huge, it is also deliciously sweet, especially when it fully ripens to golden yellow. Thick walls and a high vitamin C content lend it well to using fresh in salads or for cooking or stuffing. 77 days.
AAS WINNER. The beautiful yellow color of the skin hides the internal crimson stripes that make the sliced fruit so attractive. Sweet and savory is how one judge defined the taste. Strong indeterminate vines produce up to 30 fruit that weigh 8 ounces each. Excellent for fresh harvest, and also preserving, since you are likely to have a great abundance of fruit. 75 days.
Ranked as the hottest pepper in the world by Guinness, and registering at over 1,500,000 Scoville heat units, this is not a pepper for the timid. The fruit average 1.5 to 2 inches in length and have a nice fruity flavor if you are able to dilute the heat in your favorite dish to something you can eat. Fruit look like a bumpy little devil with a pointed tail. Reaper seeds are difficult to germinate and require a heating pad and thirty days just to sprout. 95 days.
Asian heirloom with a white exterior and pink to red interior. It is sweet and crisp, in contrast to most radish varieties. Great for garnish, salads, or even pickling. The large tops make picking easy. 59 days.
Many people have difficulties growing large size ancho peppers in hot areas. Carranza was bred to produce large peppers even in hot conditions, and that will make many growers and gardeners happy. Fruit reach 6 to 7 inches in length, and 3 inches in width, with just a touch of heat – 500 scoville units. Harvest fresh for poblano, or dry them for ancho. Color changes from dark green to red. 68 days.
This beautiful dwarf dill plant has frilly leaves and reaches 16 to 18 inches. Yellow flowers add color to your vegetable garden and attract swallowtail butterflies. The leaves, stem and seeds can be used for seasoning. 60 days.
AAS Winner, and the most popular variety for the south. Plants grow 3 to 6 feet in height, and produce an abundance of light green pods that measure up to 8 inches. Harvest at 3 to 4 inches for best flavor and texture. 55 days.
This yellow version of Tumbling Tom is superior for hanging baskets, containers and small space gardens. The graceful cascading vines reach up to 18 inches, and produce an abundance of 1 to 2 ounce yellow tomatoes, that are sweet and delicious. Plant are only 8 inches in width, so you can put them fairly close together. Resistant to fusarium, verticillium and nematodes. Determinate. 70 days.
AAS WINNER. Judges were excited by the citrus-like flavor and sweet delicate flesh, with perfect texture, in addition to the beautiful beefsteak shape. Fruit are 6 to 7 inches wide, and reach up to 10 ounces. In some trials each plant produced 30 or more fruit. Indeterminate vines reach 5 feet and have resistance to F,V, TMV, Scab, and cracking. 80 to 85 days.