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Common Name
Cultivar
Description
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Broccoli
1. Gypsy F1
Good heat tolerance and holding ability make Gypsy broccoli a winner for either spring or fall plantings. Vigorous but uniform plants yield smooth domed heads... 7D-South Click to display 18"-24" 68 days 36" n/a Flat
Brussels Sprouts
2. Long Island Improved
Brussel Sprout 'Long Island Green' was once the most important commercial sprout variety in the US. Compact 24" plants yield 50-100 dark green 1½" Brussel... 7D-North Click to display 12" 80-115 days n/a n/a Flat
Cabbage
3. Fast Vantage
The 'Fast Vantage' Cabbage plant matures earlier than other varieties making it a great variety for marketers. Fast Vantage has 2 ½-lb, medium green heads... 7D-South Click to display 18" 59 days 26" n/a Flat
4. Lennox
The standard for quality winter cabbage. Well suited for either fresh market or storage. Very productive with vigorous, uniform growth. This hybrid is very versatile... 7D-South Click to display 18"-24" 90-105 days n/a n/a Flat
5. Red Acre
Excellent for canning or boiled with apple bits. 7D-South Click to display 18" 76 days 30" n/a Flat
Cauliflower
6. Snow Crown
Very early, pure white heads up to 2 lbs. Try raw with dips or broken into salads. Tie outer leaves over developing heads to prevent... 7D-South Click to display 18" 50 days 30" n/a Flat
Celery
7. Giant Pascal
This is one of the most popular varieties for winter use. It is a very good keeper and properly stored can be kept until late... 7D-South Click to display n/a 125 days n/a n/a Flat
Collards
8. Vates
Easy to grow vegetable. Greens have mild cabbage-like flavor; ideal boiled. This variety has a more uniform compact growth habit. Matures in 75 days. 7D-South Click to display 18"-24" 75 days 36" n/a Flat
Cucumber (Pickle)
9. Homemade Pickles
Produces high yields of short slightly tapered "cukes". 7D-North Click to display 6' 55 days 6' n/a Flat
Eggplant
10. Classic
A good producer of long, tapered fruits. Eggplants are heat loving and damaged by cold. Harvest while skin is still soft and shiny. 7D-South Click to display 24"-36" 75 days 36"-48" n/a Flat
11. Hansel
Best described as a miniature eggplant, ‘Hansel’ is a smaller-sized plant with finger-sized clusters of fruit. Just because of its smaller size, don’t make the... 7D-South Click to display 30" 55 days 30" n/a 4" Green
Green Bean
12. Bush Blue Lake
Dark green, round, well flavored 6 inch pods with slow seed development. Vigorous plants and heavy producing over a long period. Sets well under adverse... 7D-North Click to display 4" 54-58 days 24" n/a Flat
Kale (Dinosaur)
13. Toscano
Low, compact plants with finely non-curled but heavily savoyed (blistered), extra dark green leaves. Usually stands winter weather with some protection. Good cooked or fresh... 7D-South   12"-15" 30-65 days n/a n/a Flat
Lettuce
14. Mesclun Gourmet Baby Greens
Discover the fresh flavor and satisfaction of picking lettuce from your own garden! This exciting mix of butterhead, leaf, and romaine lettuce will jazz up... 7D-South   6"-8" 21-28 days 18" n/a Flat
15. Parris Island Cos
Named after Parris Island, SC, this heirloom variety bred by the USDA and Clemson University was introduced in 1952. The sweet flavor and crisp texture... 7D-South Click to display   8"-10" 68-75 days n/a n/a Flat
16. SimplySalad® Summer Picnic Mix
Create delicious salads, sandwiches, stir-fries and more with the five types of gourmet baby lettuce greens contained in this exciting mix! Summer Picnic brings you... 7D-South     4"-6" 35 days n/a n/a 4½" White
Lettuce (Bibb)
17. Buttercrunch
Forms a small, open but tightly bunched, 6" rosette that is fan-shaped rather than round. The leaves are dark green, and the small, compact hearts... 7D-South Click to display   6"-8" 55-60 days 18" n/a Flat
Okra
18. Zarah
Vigorous strong plant provides early maturity and a distinctive high yield of dark green, slender ridged pods. Plants have 3-4 green branches that continue producing... 7D-North Click to display 10" n/a 36" n/a 4" Green
Pepper (Cayenne)
19. Long Red Slim
Lovely slim peppers, often curled, mature to a deep, rich red. An excellent and easy pepper for drying. Produces zesty hot peppers perfect for sauces... 7D-North Click to display 18" 72 days 24"-36" n/a Flat
Pepper (Hot Ancho)
20. Poblano
Called Ancho when dried, Poblano when fresh. This is one of the most popular peppers grown in Mexico. Plants grow to 2 1/2 ft. tall.... 7D-North Click to display 18"-24" n/a n/a n/a 4" Green
Pepper (Hot)
21. Jalapeño Early Hot
Produces thick-walled, hot fruit with deep green color that matures to a bright red. Dark green, pungent 3" hot peppers are excellent fresh or pickled.... 7D-North Click to display 14"-18" 65 days 30" n/a Flat
Pepper (Medium Hot)
22. Hot Hungarian Wax
Produces high yields of waxy yellow fruit which turn deep red at maturity. Ornamental as well as productive. 7D-North Click to display 18" 65 days 30" n/a Flat
Pepper (Sweet Bell)
23. Better Belle II
Better Belle II is a popular green-to-red bell pepper known for early maturity, outstanding color and high yields of quality fruit. Fantastic disease resistance. 7D-North Click to display 18"-24" 67 days 12"-18" n/a 4" Green
24. Big Bertha
Large, crisp, 7" fruit on upright plants. Green maturing to red. 7D-North Click to display n/a 72 days n/a n/a 4" Green
25. California Wonder
Produces good-sized, blocky green fruit. Smooth, thick walls are ideal for stuffing or fresh salads. Fuller maturing turns peppers a sweeter, more nutritious crimson red. 7D-North Click to display 18" 75 days 30" n/a Flat
26. Golden California Wonder
Bright green, 4- to 4 1/2-in. fruits mature to a rich golden yellow and add a mild, sweet flavor to your favorite dishes. Strong, upright... 7D-North Click to display n/a 75 days n/a n/a Flat
27. Lady Bell
Large, blocky green fruit with smooth, thick walls. Ideal for stuffing or fresh used in salads. 7D-North Click to display 18" 72 days 30" n/a Flat
28. Orange Bell
A very sweet hybrid, this beauty with a fruit size of 4" to 5" ripens from green to a beautiful deep, tangerine orange. Big blocky... 7D-North Click to display 18"-24" 70-80 days n/a n/a 4" Green
Pepper (Sweet Hungarian)
29. Sweet Banana
A profuse bearer of long, sweet peppers that mature from yellow, orange, nd then to crimson red. Excellent for pickling, frying, or fresh in salads. 7D-North Click to display 18"-24" 75 days 30" n/a Flat
Pepper (Sweet)
30. Carmen
'Carmen' is an improved sweet pepper with an unusual shape. 'Carmen' is an Italian bull's horn type which refers to its elongated shape, about 6... 7D-North Click to display 18"-24" 75 days 24"-36" n/a Flat
Pepper (Very Hot)
31. Habanero
One of the most potent of all hot peppers -- 20 times hotter than Jalapeno! 7D-North Click to display 18" 95 days 30" n/a Flat
32. Red Cherry Hot
Vigorous producer of extremely hot, 1½" peppers. Great for pickling. 7D-North Click to display 18" 75-80 days 30" n/a Flat
Potato
33. Kennebec
The Kennebec has great potato qualities and, though this strain of potato has been around for over 50 years, it's just beginning to get its... Entrance Click to display 18"-24" 90-100 days 30"-36" 7-9 Unknown
34. Red Norland
The "Red Norland" potato is great for cooking, very healthy and easy to grow! Very good for boiling and salads. Good for frying, roasting, and... Entrance Click to display 18"-24" 90-100 days 30"-36" 7-9 Unknown
35. Russet Burbank (Idaho Russet)
The potato used for McDonald's French Fries - making it the most popular potato in America! The variety is the standard for excellent baking and... Entrance Click to display 18"-24" 140-150 days 30"-36" 7-9 Unknown
Sugar Snap Peas
36. Sugar Snap Peas
A triple-purpose variety which can be used as a snow pea (pod and all) when yound, as a snap pea, or regular shell pea when... 7D-North Click to display 5" 70 days n/a n/a Flat
Tomato
37. Ball's Beefsteak
Easy to manage; very short internodes on compact plants. Uniform shoulder color and consistently good taste. Grow staked, caged or as a bush type. 72... 7D-South Click to display n/a 72 days n/a n/a Flat
38. Beefmaster
Indeterminate vine produces improved beefsteak type fruit up to 2 lbs. until frost. 7D-South Click to display 24"-36" 80 days n/a n/a Flat
39. Better Boy
Huge, delicious, red fruits many 1 lb. each. Good leaf coverage. Excellent disease resistance. A vigorous, indeterminate vine that remains productive until frost. 7D-South Click to display 24"-36" 70 days n/a n/a Flat
40. Better Bush Improved Hybrid
Walloping 4-inch fruits have a lusciously juicy consistency and great garden-fresh flavor! If you're looking for an old-fashioned-flavored tomato with the juiciness and distinctive... 7D-South Click to display 24"-36" 68-72 days n/a n/a Flat
41. Brandywine Red
Brandywine Red is one of the most popular and best-tasting heirloom tomatoes. The very vigorous plants bear large-lobed, beefsteak-shaped fruit that are perfect for slicing.... 7D-South Click to display 24"-36" 75-80 days n/a n/a Flat
42. Burpee's Big Boy®
Fruits average 10 ounces with many reaching 1 pound or more! Healthy, indeterminate vines produce all summer long. Customer favorite since its introduction in 1949! 7D-South Click to display 24"-36" 78 days n/a n/a Flat
43. Carolina Gold
Very flavorful, golden-yellow fruits are low in acidity. Extra-large fruits are meaty with a sweet, mild flavor. Testing indicates they may contain more readily absorbable... 7D-South Click to display 24"-36" 71 days n/a n/a 4" Green
44. Celebrity
All-America Winner. All-purpose variety with superb flavor, disease resistance and heavy yield on determinate plants. Crack-resistant fruits average 7 oz. 7D-South Click to display 24"-36" 70 days n/a n/a Flat
45. Early Girl
Bears heavy crops extremely early, continues longer than most varieties. Large clusters of 5 oz. fruits. Globe to slightly flattened shape. Bright red and meaty... 7D-South Click to display 24"-36" 52 days n/a n/a Flat
46. Jet Star
Tasty, mild-flavored fruit matures early with tremendous yields. Large, attractive globes have few scars or cracks. Indeterminate vines produce heavily. 7D-South Click to display 24"-36" 72 days 36"-48" n/a Flat
47. La Roma III
One of the very best Italian type tomatoes on the market. Excellent for making tomato puree, paste, and sauce. Plant produces high yields of 5... 7D-South Click to display n/a 76 days n/a n/a 4" Green
48. Park's Whopper Improved
These big, juicy, crack-resistant tomatoes, 4" or more across, ripen uniformly (even when the weather is overcast!). Then they keep right on coming in huge... 7D-South Click to display 24"-36" 65 days 36"-48" n/a Flat
49. Patio
Compact size is perfect for growing in patio containers or small-space gardens. 7C-South Click to display 24"-36" 70 days 36"-48" n/a 10" Black
50. Rapunzel
Just like its fairy tale namesake, Rapunzel puts out long, cascading trusses, each with up to 40 sweet, bright red cherry tomatoes that keep coming... 7D-South Click to display 48" 70 days n/a n/a 4" Green
51. Rutgers
Rutgers bears high quality, 7 oz. fruits continuously until frost. Excellent for slicing fresh in salads. 7D-South Click to display 24"-36" 82 days n/a n/a Flat
52. Tumbling Tom Red
Tumbling Tom Red was specifically bred to be grown in hanging baskets. Cascading branches continually produce 1-2" slightly oval-shaped fruit that have a sweet and... 7D-South Click to display n/a 65 days n/a n/a 10" Hanging Basket
53. Tumbling Tom Yellow
Perfect for hanging baskets and containers, this plant cascades 18" over the container's edge, bearing lots of yellow 1-2" cherry tomatoes that are deliciously sweet.... 7D-South Click to display n/a 65 days n/a n/a 10" Hanging Basket
Tomato (Cherry)
54. Sugary
Super-sweet flavor, a fun new shape, and huge, huge yields on plants that just keep growing up and up all season! 7D-South Click to display 36"-48" 60 days n/a n/a 4" Green
55. Sun Sugar
Beautiful golden cherry tomatoes are very sweet and resist cracking. Perfect for salads and appetizers. 7D-South Click to display 24"-30" 62 days n/a n/a 4" Green
56. Sweet 100
Bears long branched clusters of 100 or more fruits right up to frost. The highest Vitamin C content of any tomato! 7D-South Click to display 24"-36" 65 days n/a n/a 4" Green
57. Sweet 'n Neat Cherry Red
A groundbreaking series of very compact, extremely high yielding, cherry-sized tomatoes. This variety is bred to thrive in containers, decks and windowsills. A strongly branched... 7D-South Click to display   n/a 60 days n/a n/a 4" Green
Zucchini
58. Dark Green
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