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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. One of the most popular garden varieties, it is bright red, round and firm with crisp white flesh. Tops average 3 inches. Keeps well. Early maturity – 25 days.
Well liked in Germany, this heirloom radish can grow as large as a baseball and not become woody, staying crisp. You can begin harvest at the size of a marble and then experiment up to the larger sizes. If you want larger roots, thin to two inches or more to create your own Giant radish. 30 to 40 days.
Intermediate day onions like Cabernet can grow in latitudes from 35 to 45 degrees and provide medium to large size bulbs. They offer earlier harvest than long day onions. Direct seed early spring when soil is workable, or transplanted in late February to March in short season areas, the bulbs reach up to 8 ounces and can store for up to 4 months. Perfect for burgers, salads, or soups. 93 days.
AAS WINNER - When choosing Pak Choi (Bopak) you are selecting one of the new super foods. Judged by nutrient density Pak Choi is a rich source of vitamin A, C, K, B6 and folate. Crisp shoots have great cabbage flavor with a hint of sweetness, it is perfect for stir fry, soups stews,and also for grilling. The compact plants allows for close spacing in the garden. You can even grow it in a pot. 40 to 45 days.
Compact 20 inch plants offer attractive and tasty blue-green medium size heads. This variety has good cold tolerance going into the fall and has been a longtime favorite in the eastern us. Good to eat fresh and frozen. 67 days.
Delicious 9 to 10 ounce fruit are firm and smooth, having excellent flavor and purple color all the way through. If you love Cherokee Purple you will also like this tomato. Vigorous indeterminate plants mature in 80 days.
Papri Plus is perfect for making paprika at home. Simply cut the peppers in half, remove the seeds, and dry the peppers. Once they are dry, break them into small pieces to fit in a spice grinder. Fruit average 6 inches in length and 1 ½ inches in width. Maturing from green to red, paprika is better made from red peppers which are more flavorful. These peppers taste great fresh too. Almost no heat. 70 days to green fruit and 80 to 85 days to red.
This Italian herb is more pungent than typical arugula. You can call this one the arugula lovers arugula. Holds up well in heat and humidity. 30 days for baby leaf, 50 days for full maturity.
A mix of three easy to grow kale varieties, offering beautiful contrasting colors, and flavors. Experience the deliciousness of this blend from baby leaf, to bunching size. Blanched, braised, or fresh in salads, you can’t go wrong. 55 to 65 days.
Perfect for a sandwich, in salads, or just sliced. Large determinate plants have enough vigor to offer high yield potential, and attractive 8 to 10 ounce fruit, with wonderful flavor. Widely adapted, and works well for market gardeners and home gardeners alike. 72 days.
Fruit of this unusual habanero average 3 to 4 inches in length with a slender width. Fruit have a fruity habanero flavor with high pungency. Sturdy plants reach 36 inches, and offer good cover against sunburn. Produced commercially in the Yucatan Peninsula, this variety is very productive. It even performs well in cooler climates. 90 days.