These ornamental peppers put on a dazzling display in gardens or containers, with masses of bright lemon-yellow and deep apricot-orange fruit on small, spreading mounds. Plants grow 9 to 12 inches tall and spread up to 16 inches with the small, hot peppers held above the foliage. Space plants 12 to 14 inches apart in the garden, or grow in containers of your choice. 72 days.
A sibling of Green Stripe, Cushaw White is a true American squash, and was being cultivated by Native Americans thousands of year ago. Fruit reach up to 30 pounds and have sweet flesh. 110 days.
This heirloom variety is a small beefsteak that ripens to emerald green with a touch of yellow on its blossom end. What makes it really special is the unique fruity aroma that is released when you cut open the ripened fruit. Smooth with a flattened-round shape, these tomatoes have chartreuse-green interiors full of sweet, complex flavor with a hint of spice. Indeterminate. 80 days.
Very compact, densely foliaged plants bear an abundance of bright yellow or red, thin-skinned hot peppers that are shaped like a tam o' shanter. Actually a type of squash pepper. Interesting shape and spicy taste make this pepper good to eat fresh, pickle, or use as a garnish. 95 days.
Extremely hardy, rapid growing, with large blue green slightly curled feather shaped leaves. Non heading plants are vigorous and productive. You can sow in the spring or fall. Light frost improves tenderness and flavor. 60 days
One of a series of extra early tomatoes bred for extremely cold climates. Dwarf vines produce concentrated clusters of 2-1/2 oz. fruit with good flavor. Excellent for Northern gardeners or anyone seeking early tomatoes. Determinate. 62 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.
This variety sets an abundance of 1 lb., slightly flattened round fruits of the typical beefsteak size and shape. What makes this tomato special is its flavor--exceptionally good with a high sugar, high acid balance. Heirloom variety from the Moldovan region of Europe. Indeterminate. 85 days.
Coventry is an orange, 3 to 4 inch chantenay carrot which is a popular item in farmers markets and select upscale markets when harvested at full maturity. It is often compared to the Caracas carrot which you can plant in containers, baskets or planter boxes. Also, you can harvest “true” baby carrots – just pick earlier. Coventry has excellent flavor and a sweet crunchy texture. 70 days direct seeded.