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FRUITS & VEGETABLES

FRUITS ARE MOSTLY PERENNIALS AND THE VEGGI'S ARE ANNUALS

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Most of the vegetables and fruits we carry are listed below.  The price and selection depends on season and suppliers. We use many suppliers daily from Boston to New Jersey with the bulk coming from Connecticut. 

Vegetables: Should be grown in full to mostly sun unless noted in the description.  Prices are as follows:

SMALL VEGGI PACK $2.99 (3 PLANTS) OR FLAT; $16.49 (8 PACKS OF 3 PLANTS)

LARGE VEGGI PACK: $2.99 (6PLANTS) OR FLAT: $16.49 (8 PACKS OF 6 PLANTS)

3.5" TO 4.5" POTS: $2.99 EACH OR 3/$7.77

GAL. POTS RUN FROM $7.99 TO $12.99   AND LARGER SIZES DEPENDING ON SUPPLIER/SEASON

FRUITS AT BOTTOM OF PAGE

and they are priced depending on size and farm they came from.

Arugla
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Eruca sativa ARUGULA Tangy pepper flavored, serrated leaf. Compact habit. Best grown as cool weather crop. Height: 6”-12” Spread: 4”-7” ‘Astro’ Medium/early dark green leaf variety
Beans
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Phaseolus vulgaris BEANS ‘Gold ’N Green Mix’ Two colors of French filet style beans on one bush. Slender, four to six inch, stringless, tender pods. Height: 12”-22” Spread: 8”-18”Bok Choy
Bok Choy
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Dwarf Chinese cabbage is quick to grow and prepare. Full Description Super quick to harvest and easy to prepare, these tiny bunches of crisp white stalks with tender green leaves are only 4-5" tall. Perfect for a single serving side dish-quickly sauteed or roasted. Also great for "stir-fry for two".
Broccoli
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Bred for the northeast US and Canada, ‘Eastern Magic’ is a super-producer; high-domed 28–30" plants’ hefty blue-green crown are loaded with tangy, nutty, buttery flavor. Enjoy every which way: sautéed, roasted or steamed—or in the raw as crunchy canapes. Heat-tolerant plants perform admirably in long day length.
Brussel Sprouts
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Lots of tasty sprouts on short, self-supporting stems. HEIRLOOM. The semi-dwarf plants are stocky with leaves closely spaced, so there are lots of tasty sprouts on the short, self-supporting stems. Introduced at the end of the 19th century, this was once one of the most important commercial varieties. It's still a great pick today.
Cabbage Green Leaf
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This is a cabbage with a pedigree. New Jersey Wakefield is an adaptation of an older English variety, Early Wakefield, and has proven a reliable favorite for US gardens since the 1840s, especially in northern climes. Quickly produces large, dense, elongated 7" heads, with a distinctly sweet flavor that is ideal for eating raw in salads and slaws, cooking or pickling. Weighing 2-3 lb., the heads have a small core and good protective wrapper leaves. Varieties in stock vary.
Cabbage Red Leaf
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Delicious, early maturing red cabbage. Full Description Salad Delight is a delicious, early maturing red cabbage with a 3 lb. head. An outstanding slicing cabbage with well-marbled firm, glossy crimson leaves and pure white ribs. GARDEN HINTS: For earlier harvest, sow seeds indoors in a sunny spot or under plant lights 6 to 8 weeks before outdoor planting date- this works for both the spring and fall! If purchasing plants in the fall, plant upon arrival and harvest before heavy frost hits. Avoid planting in garden area where cabbage family was grown the year before. Withstands light frost. Varieties vary.
Cabbage Savoy
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Savoy Cabbage – regal and ancient (dating to medieval Italy), is the ultimate cooking cabbage! The culinary possibilities of the Savoy cabbage are literally limitless: soups, salads, and more. Plant Savoy Cabbage seeds and enjoy a bountiful feast!
Cauliflower
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Genus: Brassica Species: oleracea Variety: Freedom Hybrid Item Form: (P) Pkt of 25 seeds Days to Maturity: 65 Fruit Color: White Seeds Per Pack: 25
Celery
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Crunchy-sweet stalks! Genus: Apium Species: graveolens Variety: Tango Hybrid Item Form: (P) Pkt of 250 seeds Days to Maturity: 85 Fruit Color: Green (Variety varies)
Collards
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Genus: Brassica Species: oleracea Variety: Georgia Item Form: (P) Pkt of 800 seeds Days To Maturity: 80 Fruit Color: Green (varieties vary)
Cucumbers-General Imformation
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Cucumis sativus CUCUMBERS Rapid growing in warm season with plenty of water. Eat fresh or small fruits good for canning. Color: Dark to bright green or yellow fruit, green leaves Height: 6”-24” Spread: 2’-6’
Cucumber Bush
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‘Bush Champion’ Crisp, eight to twelve inch, fruit on compact bush habit.
Cucumber Dasher
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‘Dasher’ Early high yield, straight, eight inch fruit.
Cucumber Marketmore
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Marketmore’ Sweet mild flavor, thin skin, eight to nine inch fruit. Northeast standard.
Cucumber Sweeter Yet
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‘Sweeter Yet’ Very early, mild, sweet, burpless twelve inch fruit.
Cucumbers Pickling
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PICKLING ‘Bush Pickle’ Crisp, tender, four to five inch, mild flavored fruit. Bush habit (varities vary)
Cucumbers Slice More
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Slice More’ High yield, crisp eight inch fruit.
Cucumbers Slicing
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SLICING ‘Burpless’ Firm bitter free burpless eight to ten inch fruit with few seeds.
Endive
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Endive is a leaf vegetable belonging to the genus Cichorium, which includes several similar, bitter, leafed vegetables. Species include Cichorium endivia, Cichorium pumilum, and Cichorium intybus. Common chicory includes types such as radicchio, puntarelle, and Belgian endive.
Eggplant General Imformation
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Solanum melongeria EGGPLANT Attractive, ornamental in garden or pots. Color: Purple flowers. Glossy dark purple, black, green, creamy white fruit Height: 20”-36” Spread: 12”-24”
Classic Eggplant
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Classic Eggplants are glossy, elongated oval shaped with a black-purple color. Eggplants produce an egg-shaped, purple or long, green fruit that is 6-9 inches long. Transplant after the danger of frost has passed when the soil is thoroughly warm. ... Classic Eggplant matures in 76 days. Other varieties average 65-85 days
Hansel Eggplant
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‘Hansel’ Abundant clusters of mild flavored, non bitter dark purple two to ten inch fruit
Little Fingers Eggplant
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Heirloom, Open Pollinated Seed Miniature Eggplant, approx 4-6 Inches long 65 Days to Maturity
Satin Moon Eggplant
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‘Satin Moon’ Glossy purple-black, oval fruit features excellent flavor and firm texture
Victoria Italian Eggplant
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Plants typically produce up to six, 1-3 pound fruits 75 Days to Harvest Prefers full sun exposure
White Star Eggplant
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A white eggplant! And it’s easy to grow and perfect for cooking, too. Ideal for Italian and Asian dishes, these unique, white eggplants grow tall and vigorous, preferring the sunniest spot in the garden and a stake for support. Expect large yields of tasty, high quality fruit that can be picked early or left to mature. Spacing: 24-36in (60-90cm) Exposure: Full Sun - 6+ hours direct sun Fruit size: 5-7in (13-18cm) Days to harvest: 65
Lettuce General Imformation
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Lactuca sativa LETTUCE Sow multiple crops two weeks apart for longer harvest that produces two to three times when cut back. Height: 8”-15” Spread: 6”-8”
Boston Lettuce
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This is the standard crisp-head variety with large solid hearts and very crisp, tasty leaves. In warmer parts of the country, it may not form the tight heads that it does in California (where most head lettuce is commercially grown), but the looser heads that do form are delicious and distinctly Iceberg nonetheless. If you live in an area in which the temperature gets hot fast in the spring, harvest the heads early and enjoy. Rich in vitamin A.
Buttercrunch Lettuce
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BUTTERHEAD/BIBB ‘Buttercrunch’ Vigorous, compact, loose, six to eight inch rosettes of dark, g
Global Gourmet Lettuce
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‘Global Gourmet Mix’ Blend of red and green lettuces, asian brassicas, and herbs good for salads and stir frying.
Gourmet Green Leaf Lettuce
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Cool and crunchy, lettuce has been the shining star of salads for decades, while some adventurous cooks take greens in new directions by tossing a halved head of Romaine on the grill or folding arugula into pasta dishes
Gourmet Red Leaf Lettuce
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Cool and crunchy, lettuce has been the shining star of salads for decades, while some adventurous cooks take greens in new directions by tossing a halved head of Romaine on the grill or folding arugula into pasta dishes
Iceberg Lettuce
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This is the standard crisp-head variety with large solid hearts and very crisp, tasty leaves. In warmer parts of the country, it may not form the tight heads that it does in California (where most head lettuce is commercially grown), but the looser heads that do form are delicious and distinctly Iceberg nonetheless. If you live in an area in which the temperature gets hot fast in the spring, harvest the heads early and enjoy. Rich in vitamin A.
Oakleaf Lettuce
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Excellent Cutting Lettuce Quick growing, tender crop for continental salads. Full Description Forms attractive rosettes of dark green leaves, shaped like oak leaves. Tender and long-standing. Harvest in about 50 days.
Red Fire Lettuce
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Popular among growers for its uniformity, intense color and bolt tolerance. Large, loose heads are green at the base and very dark red at the ruffled leaf edges. Retains its crisp fresh flavor throughout the season. Superior to Red Sails for full size heads. Available as raw and pelleted seed. All-season lettuce Bolt resistant Disease Resistance Key: TB: Tip Burn, BR: Bottom Rot or Rhizoctonia, DM: Downy Mildew (races indicated if known), MT0-10: indicates that 0 seeds out of 10,000 have tested positive for LMV. Aphid-resistant varieties are bred to reduce the spread of LMV from non-resistant crops.
Romain Lettuce
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ROMAIN Large, medium-green, slightly blistered leaves. Cold tolerant.
Salaad Bowl Lettuce
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Crisp and tender with a sweet flavor. Full Description Crisp and tender with a sweet flavor. Large, deeply lobed, green leaves. Slow to bolt, non-heading. All-America Selections winner. Ready 45 days after sowing. GARDEN HINTS: Lettuce grows best in cool weather. Thinnings make delicious extra-early salads. Make successive plantings to extend period of harvest.
Simpson Elite Lettuce
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Similar to Black-Seeded Simpson, this one can be harvested a month longer. Full Description Fast-growing, crinkly, medium green leaves with a crisp texture and fine flavor. Rarely gets bitter. Early maturing and tolerant of hot weather. Plant early in spring and repeat every 2 weeks into fall. Protect from heat with shade cloth. Likes fertile soil, ample water. Best when picked minutes before your meal. Space lettuce plants 8" apart. A 500-seed packet will plant about 30' of row.
Kale Blue Curled
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Days to germinate: 7-14 days Days to maturity: 60 Start indoors: 4-6 weeks before last frost. Sow ½” deep in sterile planting medium. Transplant spacing: Thin seedlings to 12-24” apart. Sow another planting in mid/late summer for fall crops. Sow outdoors when temperatures reach 55º. Seed spacing: 2-4” Seed depth: 1/2” deep Produce size: 8-10” and larger Yield: 30 lbs. per 50’ row Mature plant height: 14” tall x 2-3’ wide
Kale Lacinato
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Italian heirloom with blue-green leaves loaded with flavor, Full Description Also known as Dinosaur or Tuscan Kale, this Italian heirloom dates back to the 18th century, and is an essential ingredient of caldo verde (green broth), a popular soup in Portugal. By whatever name, the sweeter, milder, blue-green, heavily crinkled strap leaves impart excellent flavor, especially harvested young and after first frost.
Pea-General imformation
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Pisum sativum var. macrocarpon PEA ‘Sugar Snap’ High yield over extended period of crisp sweet juicy pea in edible three inch fleshy pod. Holds in hot weather. Height: 6’ Spread: 8”
Peppers General imformation
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Capsicum PEPPERS From sweet to hot for all palates and culinary uses. Produces fruit mid season to fall. Glossy green, red, or yellow fruit Height: 18”-24” Spread: 12”-18”
Baron Sweet Bell Pepper
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SWEET BELL ‘Baron’ Prolific early red variety, very sweet, thick, walled four lobed
Bell Boy Pepper
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‘Bell Boy’ One of the best all purpose peppers. Green to red, thick, walled bell fruit
Better Belle Pepper
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Better Belle’ Early dependable high yield of green to red bell fruit.
California Wonder Pepper
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‘California Wonder’ Produces abundant, blocky green to red, crisp, thick walled, sweet bell fruit.
Cubanelle Pepper
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SWEET NON BELL ‘Cubanelle’ Yellow-green to red, thin walled, crisp, mild flavored flesh. Tapered fruit
Ornamental Peppers.
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Ornamental Peppers Salsa, Sangria, Purple Flash, Medusa, Chilly Chili, Masquerade, Acapulco, Calico, Conga, Mambo, Red Missile Bright clusters of peppers with green or purple foliage make this compact plant ideal for garden beds and containers. Color: Purple, red, yellow, orange Height: 8”-18” Spread: 6”-12” (4",4.5",6",9")
Jalapeno Gigante Pepper
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‘Jalapeno Gigante’ Mildest of the Jalapenos also the largest at three to five inches. Green to red fruit
Anaheim Pepper
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Pungent, long, tapered, medium-thick peppers. Full Description Green fruits turn deep red when ripe. Use these pungent peppers fresh or dried. Harvest starts 77 days after plants are set out. CAUTION: Use rubber gloves or clean hot peppers under running water to avoid skin burn from the juice.
Cayenne Long Slim Pepper
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HOT ‘Cayenne Long Slim’ Very hot, red fruit that are about five inches long and half inch wide. Very popular for drying
Habanero Pepper
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Grow Heirloom Peppers - Plant Habanero Mix Pepper Seeds Your favorite hot pepper plant, now offered in a blend of different colors! If intense heat is what you are after, look no further than our Habanero Mix of heirloom pepper seeds, reportedly creating peppers 1,000 times hotter than Jalapeno. Plant and harvest these peppers in shades of the iconic orange, and now also in yellow, red and green. A Caribbean favorite used in sauces, the tapered lantern-shaped pods with thick, wrinkled flesh must be grown in warm, moist conditions.
Hot Cherry Pepper
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Large Red Cherry hot peppers produce large numbers of smooth, dark green to cherry red fruit. Fruit measures 1-1/2" to 2" across and are hot.
Hot Portugal Pepper
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The vigorous, upright plant supports large numbers of hot peppers of excellent market type. The fruit average 6-7" L x 1-1/2" at the shoulder, tapering to a point. Hot Portugal peppers are a wrinkled dark green ripening quite early to a brilliant, glossy scarlet.
Hungarian Wax Pepper
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A Mexican favorite that's four to five times hotter than jalapeño: distinctive, pungeflavor. Large 2-3' plants produce fruits about 5" long that start out bright yellow and turn red as they mature. They make great pickled peppers. Heat-lovers, here's another Mexican favorite used in a variety of dishes, from salsas to soups, with a distinctive, pungent flavor. Large 2-3' plants produce fruits about 5" long that start out bright yellow and turn red as they mature. They make great pickled peppers.
Jalapeno M Pepper
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Jalapeno M’ Green to red pungent, sweet, medium heat, thick, walled fruit.
Manachi Pepper
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‘Mariachi’ Yellow to red, compact, early high yield, mild, thick flesh.
Serrano Pepper
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Serrano’ Thin green skin that will ripen to red, brown, orange, or yellow. Known to be much hotter in flavor than Jalapeno.
Super Chili Pepper
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‘Super Chili’ Upright positioned fruit grows to two and a half inches long and one inch wide with colors ranging from bright orange to red.
Sweet Banana Pepper
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Mild, Sweet Hungarian Type A favorite in the home garden, Sweet Banana Sweet Pepper produces elongated, 6-in. fruits that start yellow and turn scarlet red when fully ripe. The sweet, mild, waxy, thin-walled peppers are delightful in salads and for fresh eating, and they are exquisitely pungent when pickled. The peppers have no bitter after taste. An early, very prolific Hungarian yellow wax pepper, it grows best in full sun and rich, well-drained soil. Start pepper seeds indoors about 8 weeks before transplanting to the garden. While the fruits can be harvested when yellow, their sweetness increases as they remain on the plant. 68 DAYS.
Tabasco Pepper
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Tabasco’ Matures from green to yellow and can grow to about sixty inches. Medium hot heat is used as the central ingredient in tobasco sauce as well as to infuse vinegars.
Pumpkins
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HEIRLOOM. It is the original Halloween pumpkin and makes great pies too. Many different types. When the first settlers arrived in New England, native Americans were growing pumpkins that looked like this one among their corn. It is the original Halloween pumpkin and makes great pies too. Fruits measure 12-20" in diameter and weigh 15-25 lbs.
Tomatos
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Solanum lycopersicum TOMATO Most popular planted fruit. Great eaten fresh or many uses in kitchen. Indeterminate-stake or pole. Develops blooms, blossoms progressively, and harvest lasts several months. Determinate-bush type. Benefits when caged. Develops blooms and blossoms at the same time. Harvest is short, seven to ten days. Height: 2’- 10’ Spread: 12”- 24” 


Beefsteak Tomato
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BEEFSTEAK ‘Beefmaster’ Heavy yield of meaty, mild and sweet red fruit. Indeterminate.
Better Boy Tomato
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SLICER ‘Better Boy’ High yield of bright red, juicy, meaty, globe fruit with balance of acidity and sweetness on stocky plant. Indeterminate.
Big Boy Tomato
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Big Boy’ Long harvest period from mid season. Thick walled, meaty, rich, flavored, red globe fruit resists cracking. Indeterminate
Black Krim Tomato
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‘Black Krim’ Dark maroon medium-sized beefsteak-type fruit. Indeterminate.
Bush Best Boy Tomato
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Bush Best Boy’ Compact plant with high yield of thick, juicy fruit. Determinate.
Bush Champion II Tomato
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Bush Champion II’ Flavorful, red, meaty, globe fruit on compact plant. Determinate
Carolina Gold Tomato
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‘Carolina Gold’ Large glossy gold beefsteak tomato that is highly disease resistant and known for sweet mild flavor. Determinate.
Celebrity Tomato
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Celebrity’ Clusters of all purpose, red, deep oblate, crack resistant, exceptionally flavored fruit. Determinate.
Champion II Tomato
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‘Champion II’ High yields of red, solid, meaty fruit with a ”just right” sweetness. Determinate
Chocolate Sprinkles Tomato
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Chocolate Sprinkles’ High yielding, hybrid grape tomato with unique, striped, bicolor fruit. Crack resistant. Indeterminate.
Early Doll Tomato
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Early Doll’ Early red fruit. High yield over long period. Slightly flattened flavor packed globe. Indeterminate.
Early Girl Tomato
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Early Girl’ Early meaty red globe fruit with incredible flavor and aroma. Produces over long period. Indeterminate.
Forth Of July Tomato
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Fourth of July’ Produces high yields early and into the fall. Red fruit flavor improves as season warms. Indeterminate.
Grape Tomato
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Tip-top tomato taste! Our exclusive grape tomato sets a high standard. Consistently the top choice in our summer taste tests, Napa maintains a higher sugar content than any other grape tomato-and the sweetness doesn't fade in late summer. The elongated, shiny red 1" globes produce in abundance on the vigorous vines.
Indigo Rose Tomato
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Indigo Rose’ The two inch, round, fruit of this vigorous producer has deep, rich, nearly purple skin and flesh. Indeterminate.
Jelly Bean Red Tomato
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CHERRY AND GRAPE ‘Jelly Bean Red’ Clusters of very sweet red fruit. Indeterminate
Jelly Bean Yellow Tomato
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‘Jelly Bean Yellow’ Prolific yield of very sweet, crack resistant, yellow fruit. Indeterminate.
Jet Star Tomato
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‘Jet Star’ High yield, low acid, firm, and meaty, crack resistant, fruit. Indeterminate.
Juliet Tomato
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‘Juliet’ 2” long by 1 ½” wide fruit resembling a cross between a grape and roma tomato. Good crack resistance and shelf life. Indeterminate.
Mountain Fresh Tomato
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Great in Cool or Wet Climates! Terrifically disease-resistant plants set a big crop in midseason Genus: Lycopersicon Species: esculentum Variety: Mountain Fresh Plus F1 Item Form: (P) Pkt of 15 seeds Tomato Fruit Set: Determinate Days to Maturity: 79 Fruit Color: Red Habit: Upright Seeds Per Pack: 15 Plant Height: 4 ft - 5 ft Plant Width: 24 in
Park Lady Tomato
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‘Pink Lady’ Good yield of thick skin, super juicy, and delicate, textured meat of deep oblate pink fruit, over ripened turns red. Indeterminate
Phoenix Tomato
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‘Phoenix’ Mid season, uniformly color, bright, red fruit. Determinate.
Roma Tomato
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‘Roma’ Thick, meaty, egg-shaped fruit. Popular for pastes and sauces. Determinate.
Saladerre Paste Tomato
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SALADETTE/PASTE ‘Amish Paste’ Bright, deep red, thick, juicy, meaty flesh, nearly seedless fruit. Indeterminate.
Sugar Plum Tomato
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‘Sugar Plum’ High yielding clusters of rich, red, sweet, one inch fruit. Indeterminate.
Sun Gold Tomato
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Sun Gold’ Sweet golden orange fruit in large clusters. Indeterminate.
Sun Sugar Tomato
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Sun Sugar’ High yield, golden, sweet, low acid fruit. Indeterminate.
Supersteak Tomato
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Supersteak’ Red, meaty, rich beefsteak flavored, slightly acidic fruit. Indeterminate
Sun Gold Tomato
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Rapidly becoming the most popular cherry tomato of all time. One taste and you'll know why this gold gem gets such highs marks. The sweet-tart flavor is simply amazing. The beautiful golden-orange fruits are borne in large clusters. The flavor develops early, so this little tomato is great for snacking a week before full maturity, when it becomes very sweet and delicious.
Sunny Goliath Tomato
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Sunny Goliath’ Yellow to gold, low acidity, mild sweet medium soft flesh. Indeterminate.
Supersonic Tomato
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Supersonic’ Midseason fruits are firm, meaty, and very large with excellent resistance to cracking. Known for being vigorous and disease resistant. Indeterminate.
Sweet 100 Tomato
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Scarlet, cherry-sized tomatoes produce long clusters right up to frost. Full Description Cherry tomatoes bursting with sugary flavor. The scarlet, cherry-sized fruits are produced in long pendulous clusters right up to frost. Grow on stakes or a fence.
Sweet Baby Girl Tomato
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Sweet Baby Girl’ High, yieldin, compact, open plant with long clusters of dark red, sweet, crack resistant fruit. Indeterminate.
Tidy Treats Tomato
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‘Tidy Treats’ This compact plant produces three-quater to one inch fruit all season long. Perfect for small spaces. Indeterminate.
Brandywine Tomato
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One of the most popular and best-tasting heirlooms. Flavorful but not acidic, it is a large-lobed, beefsteak-shaped tomato with a thin, pinkish-red skin. Very vigorous. Best if staked, caged, or trellised. Perfect for slicing.
Cherokee Purple Tomato
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HEIRLOOM. Its flavor is rich and full—often compared with Brandywine. This large dark purple heirloom tomato from Tennessee is rumored to have come from Cherokee gardeners. With its rich, full flavor, it's often compared with Brandywine. The flesh is brick-red and very attractive sliced on a plate. Plants produce large vines that yield tomatoes fully 5" across and 3 1/2" deep.
Grape Tomato
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Tip-top tomato taste! Our exclusive grape tomato sets a high standard. Consistently the top choice in our summer taste tests, Napa maintains a higher sugar content than any other grape tomato-and the sweetness doesn't fade in late summer. The elongated, shiny red 1" globes produce in abundance on the vigorous vines.
Mr. Stripey Tomato
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Beefsteak Tomatoes with a mild, low acid flavor make this heirloom a winner for summer entertaining. Named for their red-and-yellow exterior, the fruits of 'Mr. Stripey' are bicolored inside as well. Slice them open for salads and platters to display the beautiful yellow flesh and pink centers. Fruits ripen about 80 days from transplant. Indeterminate.
Old German Tomato
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75 Days An heirloom originally grown by the Mennonite community of Virginia, and one of the best-ever varieties for slicing. Huge fruits weigh 1-1/2 to 2 lbs. each, with an unusual boat shape. Indeterminate
Squash General Imformation
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Cucurbita SQUASH Summer squash produces season long with regular harvesting of young fruit. Winter squash should be left to mature on vine and lasting well into winter. Height: 8”-10” Spread: 4’-10’
Early Summer Crookneck Squash
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Early Summer Crookneck’ Smoot, bright yellow, eight to ten inch, curved neck, meaty and flavorful fruit, matures to orange yellow. Summer
Balls Zucchini II (Squash)
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Ball’s Zucchini II’ Very early high yields of straight slender glossy green seven to eight inch zucchini. Summer.
Yellow Summer Squash
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‘Yellow Summer’ Smooth, straight neck squash that can grow up to 10” long. Best when harvested young.
Watermelon
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Sweet, fine-textured, medium-red flesh. The round, 12 lb., dark green skinned melons grow 8 in. across. GARDEN HINTS: For early fruiting and to overcome a short growing season, plants may be started indoors in peat pots. Water during hot, dry periods.
North Country, Michigan & Putte Blueberry.
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Vaccinium angustifolium LOW BUSH BLUEBERRY Stoloniferous plant provides a fruiting ground cover in landscape. Plant two varieties for best pollination and fruit production. Color: White to pale pink blooms, light blue to blue-black berries, green foliage with red fall color Height: 8”-24” Spread: 3’-8’ Zone(s): 3-7 | MID SEASON ‘Northcountry’ LATE SEASON ‘Michigan’ ‘Putte’
Blue Crop & Blueray Blueberry-Mid season
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Vaccinium corymbosum HIGHBUSH BLUEBERRY Most planted group, these bush shapes range from short and compact to tall and open. Best to pair varieties for increased pollination and fruit production. Color: White to pink blooms, light blue to blue-black berries, green foliage, fall color Height: 3’-8’ Spread: 3’-8’ Zone(s): 3-7 |
Blue Jay, Patriot, & Northland Blueberry-Early to Mid-season
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Vaccinium corymbosum HIGHBUSH BLUEBERRY Most planted group, these bush shapes range from short and compact to tall and open. Best to pair varieties for increased pollination and fruit production. Color: White to pink blooms, light blue to blue-black berries, green foliage, fall color Height: 3’-8’ Spread: 3’-8’ Zone(s): 3-7 |
Chippewa Half High Blueberry-Mid season
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Rheum x coltorum RHUBARB Tender skinned stalks with flavorful juice require no peeling. ‘Victoria’ Tender skinned stalks require no peeling with flavorful juice. Color: Stalks crimson red turning to green in center Height: 2’-4’ Spread: 3’-4’ Zone(s): 4-8 |
Duke Blueberry-Early Season
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Vaccinium corymbosum HIGHBUSH BLUEBERRY Most planted group, these bush shapes range from short and compact to tall and open. Best to pair varieties for increased pollination and fruit production. Color: White to pink blooms, light blue to blue-black berries, green foliage, fall color Height: 3’-8’ Spread: 3’-8’ Zone(s): 3-7 | EARLY SEASON ‘Duke’
Elliot Blueberry-Late Season
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Vaccinium corymbosum HIGHBUSH BLUEBERRY Most planted group, these bush shapes range from short and compact to tall and open. Best to pair varieties for increased pollination and fruit production. Color: White to pink blooms, light blue to blue-black berries, green foliage, fall color Height: 3’-8’ Spread: 3’-8’ Zone(s): 3-7 |
Berkeley & Jersey Blueberry-Mid to late season
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Vaccinium corymbosum HIGHBUSH BLUEBERRY Most planted group, these bush shapes range from short and compact to tall and open. Best to pair varieties for increased pollination and fruit production. Color: White to pink blooms, light blue to blue-black berries, green foliage, fall color Height: 3’-8’ Spread: 3’-8’ Zone(s): 3-7 |
North Country-Half High Blueberry-Early to Mid season
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Vaccinium corymbosum x Vaccinium angustifolium HALF-HIGH BLUEBERRY Cross between high and low bush. Berry quality is very good, but can have lower yield. Excellent ornamental in landscape. Color: White to pink blooms, deep blue berries, green foliage, bright fall color Height: 20”- 4’ Spread: 2’-4’ Zone(s): 3-8 |
American Cranberry
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Vaccinium macrocarpon AMERICAN CRANBERRY Northeast native low growing evergreen shrub. Spreads forming a thick mat of small glossy leaves which turn reddish in fall. ‘Pilgrim’ Largest fruit producing variety. Trailing habit makes nice hangers and planters. Color: Pink blooms, red fruit Height: 6”- 8” Spread: 1’-3’ Zone(s): 3-8 |
Raspberry- General Imformation
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Rubus idaeus RASPBERRY Delicate fruit, good for eating fresh, canning, cooking, baking, freezing, wine, and other spirits making. Color: White bloom with yellow center, red, yellow, purple, near black Height: 3’-6’ Spread: 1’-3’ Zone(s): 4-8 |
Anne Raspberry
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‘Anne’ Fall bearing, pale yellow berry, very sweet flavored fruit.
Bristol Raspberry
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‘Bristol’ Mid season black berry, excellent flavor.
Heritage Raspberry
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Heritage’ Ever bearing red berry, no staking needed.
Latham Raspberry
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‘Latham’ Ever bearing with good fall crop, sweet large red berry.
Royalty Raspberry
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Royalty’ Hardy purple hybrid that ripens in mid-July. Good yield. High disease and insect resistance.
Rhubarb
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Rheum x coltorum RHUBARB Tender skinned stalks with flavorful juice require no peeling. ‘Victoria’ Tender skinned stalks require no peeling with flavorful juice. Color: Stalks crimson red turning to green in center Height: 2’-4’ Spread: 3’-4’ Zone(s): 4-8 |
Strawberry-General Imformation
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Fragaria x ananassa STRAWBERRY Runner spreading plants produce sweet juicy fruits. Color: White blooms with yellow center, red fruit, green leaves may be tinged with red Height: 6”-10” Spread: 2’-3’ Zone(s): 4-10 |
Day Neutral Strawberry
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DAY NEUTRAL Produces the smallest fruit, but gives good yield, and stands up to warm weather.
Ozark Beauty & Quinalt Strawberry
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‘Evie 2’ EVERBEARING Long season fruit production. Fruit is smaller than June Bearing. ‘Ozark Beauty’ ‘Quinalt
Allstar, Earliglow, & Honeoye Strawberry
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JUNE BEARING Produces one crop of large firm fruit. Good for fresh eating or freezing. ‘Allstar’ ‘Earliglow’ ‘Honeoye’