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.
King George offers the promise of great things to come. The vigorous and productive plants produce an abundance of Royal Jumbo and Extra Large fruit. Fruits mature early as they change from green to red. It is hard to have both size and early maturity with other peppers, but you can have both with the King! In addition the King has added protection from bacterial leaf spot, plus a tolerance to Phytophthora blight. Strong plants benefit from staking. 72 days.
All-America Selections is calling this jalapeno pepper a game changer. You can harvest up to 50 4-inch fruits per plant, and all at once! Perfect for canning, pickling or making stuffed and roasted peppers. Put them in your favorite soup or salsa. Because they can hold on the plant longer than most jalapenos, you can take that weekend trip and they will be there when you come home. Pungency 2500 to 6000 scovilles. 60 days.
This heirloom strain offers large purplish-pink fruit that are sweetly flavored and almost all solid meat. The tomatoes are much like those of Giant Belgium, but a little flatter in shape. Indeterminate. 85 days.
This heirloom tomato was originally from the Livingston Collection and was offered for the first time about 1900. Potato-leaved plants yield plenty of dark pink, smooth round fruit weighing about 6 ozs. each. The fruit is sweet, juicy and very flavorful, just right for summertime salads or sandwiches. Indeterminate. 73 days.
An ornamental piquin-type chile with purple foliage and flowers. Tiny peppers ripen from purple to yellow, orange, and finally to red. Compact plants are well suited to container growing. While the pungent fruit is edible, it is usually just used as an ornamental. 120 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.
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.
Big tomato flavor wrapped up in a medium-sized round, red tomato is what this variety is all about. Tall, vigorous plants grow very plentiful harvests of these versatile and attractive fruits with an assertive yet delicious taste. Even beginning gardeners will find this one easy to grow. Indeterminate. 78 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.