New for 2021
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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.
Napa cabbage just got better – these mild tasting leaves are perfect as wraps, or in Napa cabbage soup, or even a salad. Early harvest, good keeping ability both in the field and after harvest put this variety in front of others. Heads weigh up to 6 pounds. Disease resistance to clubroot, fusarium yellows, tip burn, and bolting. 60 days from transplant.
Developed by John Howden in the 1970s, this pumpkin is one of the most popular varieties for gardeners. Weighing 20 to 25 lbs, and having a deep orange color, with uniform sizes, it is a classic size and perfect shape for carving. Strong handles. 110 days.
This medium size pumpkin (10 – 18 lbs) is great for carving and also good for making pie due to sweet, fine grained flesh. Skin is smooth with a medium orange color. 110 days.
These tall celery stalks (18- 24 inch) are dark green, and have delicious stalks reaching 10- 12 inches in length. Selected for market growers, but perfect for home gardeners. 100 days.
This chili pepper is different from others in its class, sporting 6 to 9 inch fruit that mature green to red and taper to a point, reminding us of its namesake – Texas Longhorn cattle. Pungency reaches 10,000 to 20,000 Scoville units, offering a punch for those who like it hot, and flavor just right for salsa. Plants grow to 40 inches and will require staking due to heavy yield potential. Does well in hot climates. 85 days.
French explorers probably brought this okra to America in the early 1700s. Plants reach more than 7 feet in height and produce an abundance of large, light green, curled pods 8 to 10 inches in length. Harvest at 6 inches for best flavor and texture. Great for your favorite jambalaya dish. 55 to 60 days.
This huge flat headed cabbage has many admirable qualities including early main season maturity. It can grow to 1 foot in width, and 5-7 pounds in weight, or even larger. It is ideal for the at home chef who wants to make sweet mild cabbage wraps (blanch them) But don’t limit yourself to wraps, shred, mix for a salad, make kraut or kimchi. Interesting for roadside stands. Resistant to tip burn. 83 days.