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This variety was developed for single stem flower heads used by florists, and sold for cut flowers in supermarkets. It is day neutral and can be planted for year-round harvest in warmer climates and it is widely adapted. The attractive flower has dark orange petals with a black center, and is pollenless. Stems reaching 60 inches (155 cm). Maturity 80 days in winter and 55 days in summer.
Meaty red-fleshed beefsteak fruit are mildly sweet, and deliciously full flavored. Beautiful golden stripes are intermingled with deep red tones, providing a striking color on these 6 to 10 ounce fruit. Plants are vigorous and productive, with indeterminate vines. 75 days.
Home gardeners and growers love this open-pollinated cauliflower. The 6 to 7 inch heads are self-blanching, smooth and Plant size is larger than Early Snowball, and more productive. Can be frozen for a big crop, or eaten fresh. Most suited to fall and winter harvest. Good frost tolerance. 70 to 75 days.
Originally released in 1905, this heirloom tomato has some heat tolerance and cracking resistance. The attractive red fruit weigh 5 to 10 ounces, and have that great old fashioned flavor. Plants reach 3 to 4 feet in height. Determinate 81 to 85 days.
Great for the home garden, but also a productive commercial variety in the early segment of maturity. Resists bursting. The 7 ½ inch, 3 to 4 pound heads are deep red in color. Leaves are tightly wrapped, and have a excellent sweet flavor. 72 days.
For those who need an early tomato, Polbig can be your solution. Developed in Poland for earliness and crack resistance, this tomato has first early maturity, and also delivers 7 to 10 ounce tomatoes. Brilliant red fruit are meaty with good flavor The strong vines can hold the fruit longer than other early varieties. Determinate 59 days.
This heirloom-style hybrid won a regional All America Selections award, based primarily on good flavor, and juicy flesh that can really impress on a sandwich, on a burger or sliced in a salad. The 11 ounce fruit have reduced cracking compared to similar varieties. Good disease package with hybrid vigor and strong productive vines. Indeterminate 74 days.
This pepper is heart-shaped with thick walls. Some chefs prefer the mild flavor of the pimento. Fruit start out green and change to bright red with 3 x 2.5 “ diameter. Great for salads, grilling, freezing or canning. Plants reach 24 to 30 inches. 65 to 90 day maturity.
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.
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.