Home » All Products
(HY) Indeterminate. 75 days. Holds a Guinness Book of World Records championship for yields: Nearly 350 lbs. of tomatoes from a single plant over a single season! Expect heavy yields of delicious, juicy, yet meaty, firm, round, red fruits weighing 10-16 oz. and more. Has just the right balance of acid and sugar. Heavy foliage protects fruits from sun scald. Widely adaptable to climates and soil conditions. Requires staking or cages. Continues to be the choice for many Home Gardeners and Commercial Growers. (ASC, FW1, N, St, V) Approximately 11,500 seeds per ounce or 184,000 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 60 days. One of the most popular salad lettuces! Small early type that does better in cool weather. Produces abundant yields of crisp and delicious lettuce. Deep green with yellowish green heart. Pleasant buttery taste and velvety texture, and small loosely formed heads. Approximately 25,870 seeds per ounce or 414,040 seeds per pound
(HY) Indeterminate. 73 days. This one has it all: Large size, bears early, delicious flavor and highly disease resistant! 12-16 oz., mostly blemish-free, globe-shaped red fruits are borne early summer to frost and will set fruit in cool, wet weather. Its old-time, rich tomato flavor can’t be beat. Widely adaptable. Drought and heat tolerant. Requires staking or cages. (ASC, FW 1&2, N, St, TMV, V) Approximately 11,500 seeds per ounce or 184,000 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 60-65 days -green shell stage, 85-90 days - dry shell. Upright bushes produce Crowder-type 8” L pods hold 10-15 light green peas with small brown eyes. Pods set high and are easy to pick! Dry peas are cream colored with light brown eyes. Lavender flower. Very prolific. Heat and drought tolerant. Approximately 2,174 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 120 days. Prize winning monster pumpkins that can reach 70” around and 100 lbs! Distinctive, pinkish-orange rind with 3-4” thick scrumptious bright, yellow orange flesh. Great storage pumpkin. Delicious for pies, freezing and canning. HINT: Only let 1-2 pumpkins develop per plant for largest size. Resistant: Downy & Powdery Mildews. Approximately 1,760 seeds per pound
(HY) 85 days. Big Stripe is a large, oblong stripe averaging up to 30 lb. The rind has a light green background with darker green stripes. The color holds well and is slow to fade. High yield potential. Larger than Desert Storm or Patriot. Strong vigorous plants provide cover for the fruit. Flesh is red and sweet. Good shipper. Big Stripe could be very helpful in areas where larger sized melons are desired. Tolerant to Fusarium Wilt.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 125 days. EXCELLENT birdhouses, water jugs and fun crafts! Smooth, tan, hard shell when mature. Large, 10-12” diameter rounded blossom end with a narrow neck and slightly bulbed stem end reaching 14”H. Vigorous 15-35’ vines spreading 12’. Trellis vines for consistent fruit shape. Approximately 180 seeds per ounce or 2,990 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 44 days. High yielding open bush habit makes for easy picking. Produces glossy blackgreen, long, straight, slender fruit with slight ridges. Greenish white flesh is firm with a fine, delicate flavor. Best picked when 6-8”L while still tender or even smaller for “baby” zucchini. Very versatile: Use in soups, salads, sautés casseroles; slice thin for dips, batter and fry or in veggie lasagna. Freezes well. Approximately 3,600 seeds per pound or 220 seeds per ounce.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 74 days. Classic Italian variety. Superb flavor. High yields. Large glossy 6 1/2” x 5” purplish black oval ribbed fruit can weigh up to 3 lbs. Bushy 2’ plant spreading to 30”. Tender (no need to peel) and tasty at all stages of growth. Green calyx. Approximately 6,250 seeds per ounce or 100,000 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 63 days. Very prolific producer that yields unusually 6-7 “L pods. Peas have a deep purple color when first shelled which then turn black when dried. Green pods are easy to shell. Tall 24-36”H bushy plants with pods at foliage level. Very drought resistant. Excellent for commercial production, fresh markets and home gardens. Disease resistant. Approximately 130 seeds per ounce or 2,080 seeds per pound
« Previous | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10... | Next »