New for 2024
Among our standout selections, the King George hybrid pepper steals the show with its generous size, delectable flavor, and remarkable early growth, boasting robust disease resistance. Our All America award-winning San Joaquin hybrid jalapeno pepper promises a bountiful harvest, with the potential to yield up to 50 fruits per plant in a single gathering. The Fresno type hybrid pepper, Hernandez, combines medium pungency with exceptional productivity.
For those looking to diversify their garden, our Coventry hybrid carrot offers versatile options, whether you prefer them as baby carrots or when fully grown. The Early Doll hybrid tomato and Lady Sophia are classic red tomatoes with great taste and productivity. And the Fantastico hybrid baby plum tomato boasts long, cascading trusses excellent for hanging baskets.
We've also brought in an array of stunning and diverse decorative flowers, boasting a wide spectrum of brilliant colors and captivating forms.
This All America winner is a sweet tasting pepper with brilliant colors. The fruit start green, then change to purple, and finish with red. They have thicker walls than other purple peppers, and the flesh is crispy and flavorful. The interior of the fruit is a bright green, offering a beautiful color contrast in salads. Resistant to Tobamovirus 0-2. 75 days.
This Yard Long bean is a flavorful addition to Asian cuisine, with robust and productive pods growing as long as 30 inches. Plant when soil temperature is above 65 degrees. Requires full sun exposure and best grown on a trellis. Red seeded. 80 days.
This Italian heirloom produces a small head that is 3 inches in width. Side shoots begin to grow after harvesting the main head. Abundant side shoots can be harvested over time. Growth of side shoots is extended by harvesting the shoots that are ready for harvest. The leaves are edible and taste like kale. Height 2 to 3 feet. 50 days.
Bloomsdale Longstanding spinach was selected for slow bolting plants and good flavor. The deep green leaves make a tasty salad or spinach smoothie. Whip up a mushroom stuffing dip with chopped spinach, mozzarella, olive oil, and a touch of cayenne pepper. Start directly in the soil when soil temperatures reach 50 degrees. Plant every 7 days for prolonged harvest. 40 to 47 days.
These beautiful zinnia can produce 4-5 inch flowers, many of which are doubles. A wondrous array of pink, cherry, orange, purple, scarlet, and white will adorn your garden. Plants reach 4 feet in height. Direct seed ¼ deep when soil is 65 degrees or more. 50 days.
Mardi Gra blend combines attractive yellows and deep reds to produce flowers that are 5 inches wide with a brilliant display. Multiple branches with strong stems create an explosion of color. Ideal for cut flowers. Flowers reach 2 to 3 feet in height. Plant ½ inch deep. 70 days.
Chocolate Cherry has burgundy colored petals with a dark chocolate center. Flowers are 5 to 6 inches in width and look stunning in a bunch. Multi-branching. This heirloom can be used for cut flowers, that also have good vase life. Plants reach 6 feet in height. Direct seed at ½ inch deep after frost and once the soil reaches 50 degrees. 70 to 90 days.
French Marigold Sparky Mix has medium sized flowers with wavy petals. Flowers are a mix between gold, orange, red, yellow and bi-colored. Plants grow to 20 inches tall and are long-blooming. Recommended for containers, beds & borders, and pollinator gardens. Useful for pest control in your vegetable garden. Plant ¼ inch deep. 45 days.
Lavender vera is an herb and flower that is very attractive in the garden. It works as an herb for burns, insect bites, and ointments. It can just grow in a pot as an attractive flower, too. This variety flowers in the second year of growth as a perennial plant, which can survive in most parts of zones 5 to 9. It looks attractive as beds and borders in the garden as well.
California poppies create a spectacular display of stunning golden cupped flowers during the early spring in Southern California's Antelope Valley. Sow in warm soil and cover the seed with a tiny amount of soil. Keep moist until seedlings emerge. Zones 5 – 10 are the best locations to grow this beautiful flower. 85 days.
Bachelor Button Jubilee produces beautiful blue blossoms on 2 foot tall plants. They are easy to grow, and produce attractive cut flowers that will brighten any room in your house. Plant a second round in mid-summer to have blossoms throughout the growing season. Plant ¼ inch deep after last frost. 60 days.
Beautiful, aromatic, low-maintenance, and short-statured, the Alyssum flower is an excellent choice for flower beds, pots, and borders. Attracts beneficial insects. Will grow as a perennial in zones 9 - 11. Plant seeds by broadcasting and do not cover—they require light to germinate. 56 to 63 days.