Maturity 58 days. Plant produces good yields of small light green sweet peas. One of the earliest producing peas with vines 2-1/2' tall. An excellent canning variety. A good pea for eating fresh, freezing, canning or dried.
Maturity 63 days. Plant produces very flavorful heads of cabbage. One of the earliest and best cabbages around. Suitable for spring, summer, and fall crops. Very reliable.
Maturity 63 days. Called snake melons in the Middle East, this cucumber relative develops slightly ribbed, spineless cucumer-shaped fruit that grows 2-3' long and 2" in diameter. Burpless and not bitter, these light green delicacies are best eaten when 12-15" long. Fruit sets well at high temperatures and are straighter if trellised. Vines grow ...
Maturity 40 days. An aromatic, peppery salad green. It is also known as roquette, rocket, rugula, rucola, and is very popular in Italian cuisine. Dark green, extra-tender leaves lend a rich, unmistakable taste.
Maturity 65 days. Plant produces excellent yields of 8" long pale green cucumbers. Grows well in the South. Excellent slicing cucumber for salads. Suitable for home garden and market growers.
Maturity 75 days. Plant produces flavorful smooth dark green heads of lettuce. This gourmet butterhead variety is known for its taste and texture. Rich in potassium and moderate amounts of Vitamin A. Excellent in salads and garnishes.
Maturity 60 days. A prolific garden, dual purpose type edible pea. Ideal for canning and freezing. The large, flat, wrinkled seeds are cream colored with a buff-brown or maroon eye. A medium-early season, semi-vining pea.
Maturity 95 days. Perfect for crafting and make excellent birdhouses for our feathered friends. Easy to grow and require the least amount of growing season. Dark green, smooth, and hard shelled. Hourglass shape. Harvest in the fall when the shell becomes hard and glossy before a killing frost.
Maturity 80 days. Large, glossy deep purple fruit are appealing to the eye as well as the palate. Very well adapted open-pollinated variety, thriving in almost every part of the country. Plants are 21" to 30" high. Stake the plant early in the season to support its bounty of fruit.
Maturity 63 days. Shelled green, they have a deep purple cast, turning black as dried. Disease resistant. Bush type plant, easy to shell variety.
Maturity 90 days. Plant produces yields of large 40 to 75 lb. watermelons. Very flavorful bright red flesh. Tough rind helps keep fruit from bruising. Plant has large leaves which help prevent sunburning of watermelons. An excellent mid-season variety for home gardeners and market growers. Good shipper variety.
Maturity 45 days. Hugely popular for over 150 years, it's one of the most tender and delicately flavored leaf letucces ever bred. The ruffled leaves are large with an appealing green color. Well adapted to a wide range of climates and is still the best for early spring sowing.