This is a bush tomato that tastes wonderful and has big 8 to 10 ounce fruit. The flavor is great, and the there is plenty of juicy goodness. The blossom scar is somewhat larger than other tomatoes, but what it misses in looks, it makes up for it with productivity and great flavor. VFF Determinate. 74 days.
Released by the New Mexico Agricultural Experiment Station. The first chile pepper that turns bright yellow at maturity. Beautiful smooth fruits are 4 to 6 inches long and excellent for drying and making into wreaths or ristras. Also good to eat, with a typical chile pepper flavor. 75-80 days.
Cienfuegos yellow is the perhaps the most fragrant and fruity of the series. It still has the heat, ranging from 250,000 to 350,000 scoville units. High yield potential and early maturity are the hallmark of this impressive series. 80 to 85 days.
Reminiscent of its namesake, the crown of this plant bears clusters of brilliant red peppers arranged in a circle like the petals of a poinsettia. Thin, 3-inch long peppers point upwards atop dark green foliage, making for a very pretty plant. The fruit is edible, although very hot. Striking ornamental that would also be well suited to containers. 90 days.
These cute little miniature bell peppers are just an inch or two long and feature very sweet flavor. Best when harvested as fully yellow, they are great for putting out whole on platters or cut up as sweet additions to salads. Compact plants produce an impressive amount of peppers. 55 days.
Deep pink, 1 to 1 1/2 lb. beefsteaks have delicious rich flavor that is both sweet and complex. In fact, the flavor is so good that this variety has won awards in tomato tasting contests. Tall, vigorous plants are potato-leaved and bear a good crop of these smooth, meaty tomatoes. Heirloom variety. Indeterminate. 80 days.
This is a very striking ornamental pepper with variegated green, white, and purple foliage and small purple fruit, which turn red when ripe. Plants are low-growing and mound shaped, which lend them to use in flower beds and borders. This variety is also known as Variegata. 75 days.
A distinctive purplish-gray hue is what gives this 'black' tomato its name. What also sets it apart is its potato-leaved foliage, which is not often seen in black varieties. Tomatoes are medium-sized, about 8 ozs., and boast that uniquely robust yet sweet flavor that makes black tomatoes so outstanding. Indeterminate. 78 days.
Step the heat up a notch with the Cienfuegos Red, packing 300,000 to 400,000 scoville units. Break new ground and make a hellfire chili that only a true chilihead can appreciate. 2 x 1 inch fruit turn a brilliant red and complement the Cienfuegos series of kicking hot habaneros. And like the others, you will be impressed by the yield and early maturity. 80 to 85 days.
This NuMex type pepper is smaller and hotter than Big Jim and Joe E. Parker, delivering pungent 4 to 6 inch peppers. They turn bright scarlet when ripe. 75-80 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.