Knock knock. Who’s there? Sioux. Sioux who? Sioux Tomato, of course! This heirloom tomato has tremendous heat tolerance AND an incredible flavor. It will even set fruit in temperatures up to 95 degrees in hot summer areas and gives reliably large harvests everywhere. Medium to large-sized tomatoes are a luscious sweet and tangy. The 6-10 oz. fruit has a high tolerance to cracking. Indeterminate. 70 days. Our tomato plants are approximately 6-12″ tall and come in extra large 4.5-inch pots. Each plant is wrapped individually to hold in the soil and moisture..
Achtung! German Giant is an old family heirloom variety with huge deep pink fruits that are just like you remember when you were knee high to a tomato plant. And you’ll love the old-fashioned flavor. Larger and more plentiful than Brandywine, German Giants are HUGE– up to 2 pounds each! Only 77 days to fruit makes this one of the earliest Beefsteaks ever! Indeterminate. Our tomato plants are approximately 6-12″ tall and come in extra large 4.5″ pots. Each plant is wrapped individually to hold in the soil and moisture. We ship in large pots to keep the stress of transport to a minimum. Our interior cartons are made to fit our plants..
Arugula is an easy-to-grow salad green that prefers cooler temperatures. Similar to lettuce, arugula will grow quickly, and its edible leaves should be picked early for the most tender flavor.Arugula is a very healthy plant to serve on your table. It is low in saturated fat and cholesterol and high in protein. If you are looking for a good source of dietary fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, and foliate, incorporate this plant in your garden!Argula is also known as rocket, rugula, rucola, and rocquette. It is most widely known for its use in Italian cooking.This plant is an annual..
Thymus (USDA Organic) English Thyme, Thymus vulgaris ‘Thyme, English’, has slightly pointed leaves ranging from dark green to woolly silver or variegated green. It is highly aromatic with woody stems. Aroma: Can be extracted to create essential oil for aroma therapy. Treats headaches, insomnia, and more. Cooking: Versatile seasoning for chicken, seafood, vegetables, and desserts. Cosmetic: Used to clear the scalp of dandruff. Medicinal: Shown to relieve coughs and clear congestion. Can be used to make a mouthwash to treat sore throats.Harvest small amounts of English Thyme throughout the season as needed. Cut back 2″ from the ground for your main harvest in late summer. Taking a second harvest before winter may make plants less able to survive a cold, wet winter. To dry, tie bunches and hang in a warm, shady, airy site. Or you can strip the leaves from the stems and dry them on a close-meshed screen. Store in a tight-lidded jar in a cool, dark place. Thyme can also be frozen..
Lactuca Pablo Batavian (USDA Organic) Lettuce – French Crisp, Lactuca sativa ‘Pablo Batavian’, is a wine-red lettuce with slight hints of deep green.Loose heads grow beautiful enough to use as an ornamental plant. The large round wavy leaves have toothed edges with sweet, mild flavor.This purple crisp-heading lettuce stands well without bolting or becoming bitter.French Crisp has upright rosettes of crunchy green leaves overlaid with dark purple, and it can be picked a few leaves at a time or left to make a firm head.* Easy to grow* Attractive plant* Low maintenance.
Capsicum Jalapeno Conchos (USDA Organic) Pepper Hybrid, Capsicum ‘Jalapeno, Conchos’, produces fruits that are cylindrical, dark green with moderate heat.’Jalapeño’ averages 1 ¾”” by 3-4″” long, and are very smooth. ‘Jalapeno Conchos’ tall plant yields heavily and picks easily.At about 65 days Capsicum Jalapeno Conchos can be picked green or at 90 days it can be harvested red. (Hot)Fruits hold well on the plant and during transport. Some resistance to bacterial speck, it is grown in Mexico and the United States. Capsicum refers to a wide variety of tropical pepper plants with the genus of the same name. The name is perhaps derived from the Latin “”capsa,”” or box for the pod-like fruit.They are also frequently used both chopped and raw in salads, or cooked in stir-fries or other mixed dishes. They can be sliced into strips and fried, roasted whole or in pieces, or chopped and incorporated into salsas or other sauces.Capsicum is a relative of the tomato and requires similar growing conditions.* HOT! Hot! Hot!.
A decorative herb for a dry garden! The smell when you brush up against it is enough to take you back. That trip to Italy, when you shared the hostel with those irrepressible Australians and that quiet, but intriguing Laplander, was certainly unforgettable. No matter where you were – the ruins, the vineyards, the city café, the country bike trail – there was the unmistakable smell of rosemary. If it wasn’t in the garden, it was in the food and occasionally it was even in the drinks. Those Italians know how to live life!Even if Italy isn’t on your itinerary this year you can bring some of that love of life home by ordering Ground Cover Rosemary (Rosemary officinalis ‘prostratus’) from us today. This hardy woody herb is a low-growing plant that is covered in scented ‘needles’ that are full of very aromatic oils. It is very pretty as it quickly spreads. As a bonus, it has small blue flowers in the spring. This is a culinary-level plant, so you can use it fresh or dried to season fish and poultry or to deepen the profile of soups and stews. We love how our hands smell after we spend a while trimming up our rosemary.Ground Cover Rosemary is a magnificent spreader and will cover bare spots in warm, dry gardens quickly, but it also drapes beautifully. Use it to spill out of a container or pour over the edge of a dry wall. It also makes a show stopping hanging basket.You will love Ground Cover Rosemary, so order yours – and a few memories – today.* Full sun * Easy care* Heat and drought tolerant once established* Culinary herb* Great fresh or dried* Scented foliage* Blue flowers in spring.
The French Tarragon, ‘Artemesia dranunculus sativa’, cannot be easily purchased. To obtain French Tarragon, you need to obtain plants or to use cuttings. French Tarragon has a spicy anise flavor that turns ordinary main dishes into masterpieces.Tarragon goes well with meat and vegetables and is a top choice in any hearty recipe. This herb reaches a height of 2 feet with an 18 inch spread.To use Tarragon in cooking, chop the leaves very fine to extract the flavor for cream sauces and béarnaise sauce. Add it to tuna or chicken salads, eggs and quiches, mayonnaises, and mustard salad dressings.It makes a wonderful flavored butter and can be combined with dill and parsley for fish!Protect your tarragon from harsh winters by mulching with shredded bark. Cut the plant back to the ground in spring, remove dead stems, and trim to shape.The plant also should be divided every 3 to 4 years.French Tarragon likes life on the dry side with plenty of sun. The soil should be well drained and watering should be thorough.Keep a good supply of fresh tips for cooking by cutting it back to the ground several times during the growing season.French Tarragon also makes a good choice for growing in a pot.* Very aromatic* Easy to grow* Cooks delight .
Lactuca Winter Density (USDA Organic) Lettuce – Bib Romaine), Lactuca sativa ‘Winter Density’, is a lettuce variety that will withstand light frosts and produces 8 to 10″” high upright heads with crisp, dark green leaves.It is best suited for mature salad mixes in both summer and fall. Once you taste the sweet heart at the center, you will know this could only be Winter Density!It is slow to bolt and tolerant of light frosts! It is an all-around adaptable lettuce that is great for late harvests. Winter Density is highly recommended for climates from north to south.This heirloom romaine is delightful with crisp, sweet leaves of dark green, elegantly layered and nicely broad.Grow Winter Density in spring for early summer harvests and in late summer to early fall for autumn crops. It is very easy to grow and resistant to adversity. Give it a try this season!* Low maintenance* Easy to grow* Ornamental.
Imagine a tomato the size of a watermelon! (OK, a really small watermelon.) The beautiful dark-pink beefsteak-sized fruit are melt-in-your-mouth delicious. Great heirloom for sandwiches and salads, or make a meal out of one stacked with basil and mozzarella! Fantastic flavor and texture and some will be over 1.5 lbs! Only 75 days from transplanting to ripe, tasty tomatoes. Indeterminate plants will arrive on your doorstep grown in oversized 4.5″ pots..
Brassica Freemont (USDA Organic) Cauliflower, Brassica oleracea ‘Fremont (Cauliflower)’, is a very dependable and adaptable cauliflower variety. ‘Freemont’ is a uniform but self-blanching type. It is an annual plant in which only the head (the white curd) is eaten while the stalk and surrounding thick, green leaves are used in vegetable broth or discarded. Cauliflower is very nutritious, and may be eaten cooked, raw or pickled.The preferred garden soil for cauliflower is well drained, moist and has significant organic matter with a pH of 6 to 7. . ‘Fremont’ is a very popular variety with 2 to 2.5 pound heads that are white and do well when planted, either late-spring or early summer. You will receive a dependable yield with Fremont. In cooler regions, like the Maritime Northwest, cauliflower can be grown for summer and fall harvest. In milder areas with longer growing seasons and less risk of heavy freezes, they can overwinter, and be harvested in the spring..
A Pineapple Tomato? Sure, why not? This is an old-fashioned gorgeous yellow heirloom with red-orange stripes. This plant will not produce a huge quantity of fruit, but what you get is very sweet and extremely large, up to 2 lbs. Each rich, flavorful tomato is a huge delight with a pleasing texture. These are great to eat sliced and have exceptional color and sweetness. Beautiful sliced on a plate. 85-90 days. Our tomato plants are approximately 6-12″ tall and come in extra large 4.5-inch pots. Each plant is wrapped individually to hold in the soil and moisture. We ship in large pots to keep the stress of transport to a minimum. Our interior cartons are made to fit our plants..
Solanum Juliet (USDA Organic) Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum ‘Juliet’, is a cherry-type tomato that offers 1 oz. elongated fruits with glossy, red-skin that clings to the vine longer than most other cherry-types. ‘Juliet’ is very sweet and resistant to cracking. The best flavor is achieved when fruit is left to ripen on the vine until color darkens and fruit softens slightly. Easy bite size portions make it a great snack..
Amish Rose Tomato is an Amish heirloom from New Holland, Pennsylvania. (Not to be confused with the “Red Rose” cross with Brandywine) The flavor is just spectacular, which is why Amish Rose wins taste tests all over the country. The fruit size is about the same as Brandywine, averaging 12-16 oz. Our tomato plants are approximately 6-12″ tall and come in extra large 4.5″ pots. Each plant is wrapped individually to hold in the soil and moisture. We ship in large pots to keep the stress of transport to a minimum. Our interior cartons are made to fit our plants. Order any quantity you want, we don’t require you to order by the dozen! 78 days to maturity, full-size indeterminate plants..
Solanum Striped German (USDA Organic) Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum ‘Striped German Tomato’, is a flat, medium to large, variably ribbed-shoulder tomato that is shaded yellow and red. The marbled interior looks beautiful sliced. The flavor is considered complex and fruity with a smooth texture. Striped German tomatoes grow on medium tall vines.Tomatoes should be planted outside after the last average frost date. In warm winter/hot summer areas, tomatoes can be planted in early fall for winter harvest. Tomatoes prefer well drained soil that is high in organic matter. Tomatoes need at least 1 inch of water a week. Soak to depth of 6 to 10 inches when watering. They need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day. If you are growing tomatoes in a pot, use plastic because it prevents evaporation and afternoon wilts..