Tomatoes:


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Carbon Copy 

  • Open Pollinated
  • Black, cherry
  • Early-Mid Season
  • Indeterminate

Cherry-sized strain from the delicious, larger Carbon tomato. This strain was developed by Ron Rhyne in Muskogee, OK, who wanted a black cherry tomato that had all the sweet, wonderful flavor of its parent.


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Honey Drop (Medovaya Kaplya)

  • Open Pollinated
  • Yellow, pear
  • Mid Season
  • Indeterminate

A favorite of many tomato growers, Honey Drop is prolific, sweet and fruity. A lovely variety from Russia that is WAY better than the old Yellow Pear.  


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Fish Lake Oxheart

  • Open Pollinated
  • Red/Pink, oxheart
  • Mid Season

Highly regarded by tomato growers as one of the best oxhearts. Meaty with few seeds or gel and with very good flavor. Great for fresh eating or salsa or cooking. Plants are long and wispy by nature (as with most heart tomatoes), so don't mistake it for being unhappy. These should produce very well!


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Amana Orange (Burrough's Strain)

  • Heirloom/Open Pollinated
  • Orange/Yellow Beefsteak
  • Mid Season
  • Indeterminate

The Amish heirloom Amana Orange is a beautiful, meaty tomato with good sweetness, and this strain was developed to produce a more productive plant with more uniform fruit that cracks less often. Trials have shown 50%-75% better production!


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Caro Rich

  • Open Pollinated
  • Orange, slicer
  • Medium sized fruit
  • Low Acid
  • Mid Season
  • Indeterminate

Deep golden orange, smooth fruit get their color from a high beta-carotene content. Low acid brings out the sweetness in this glowing tomato.


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Noir de Crimee (strain of Black Krim)

  • Heirloom
  • Black/Purple
  • Medium, slicer
  • Mid Season
  • Indeterminate

A more productive and flavorful strain of the oh-so-popular Black Krim. Fruits are a bit smaller, which may account for its better production. Flavor is complex, sweet, and with a hint of smoky-salty.  


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Neve's Azorean

  • Heirloom
  • Red/Pink, beefsteak
  • Large sized fruit
  • Mid Season
  • Indeterminate

Raves about this variety from seasoned tomato growers, hardy plants produce huge, deep red fruit with great flavor. Fruit size can vary between  medium-large to well over a lb. Originating in the Azores, it was brought to the US and seed given to a respected seed saver.    


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Fireball

  • Heirloom
  • Red slicer
  • Med sized fruit
  • Early-Mid Season
  • Indeterminate

A good producer of early, smooth, red slicing tomatoes with the classic tomato flavors on a polite, compact plant. A now rare variety, this heirloom went on to parent many other varieties.  


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Friendship (Druzba)

  • Heirloom
  • Red, slicer
  • Medium sized fruit
  • Mid Season
  • Indeterminate

A Bulgarian heirloom that produces lots of smooth, red, crack-free, blemish-free fruits with a good balance of flavor. Not too sweet or tart. A poplular variety with market growers.


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Kosovo

  • Open Pollinated
  • Red, heart
  • Med-Larg sized
  • Mid Season
  • Indeterminate

A great do-it-all tomato, and small growers LOVE this one. Eat it fresh, make sauce, or make salsa. Plants do well in a variety of conditions, making this one a favorite for growers everywhere.  


Peppers:


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Doe Hill Golden Bell

  • Sweet
  • Heirloom
  • Orange
  • Early Season

Sweet, crisp, fleshy, palm-sized bells that ripen far earlier than bigger bells. Plants are productive and reach 30" tall. An heirloom from the Appalachian area of Doe Hill.


Other Edibles:


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Sakata's Sweet Oriental Melon

  • Open Pollinated
  • Vining habit

Different than other melons we know, these fruits are small--snack sized, and eaten like an apple, skin and all! Very sweet and crisp. From Japan.


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Telegraph Improved Cucumber

  • Heirloom
  • Vine Habit

A very productive English cucumber, long and slender with a small seed cavity. Mild with no bitterness, smooth and uniform. 


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North Carolina Pickling Cucumber

  • Open Pollinated
  • Vining Habit

A superb cucumber, great for pickling or fresh eating. Crispy and bright, stays firm when pickled. 2-3" blocky, cream to green fruits.


Other Edibles (cont.):


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Black Zucchini

  • Open Pollinated
  • Bush Habit

Dark green fruits are smooth, straight and uniform. A lovely zucchini variety.  


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Odessa Zucchini

  • Open Pollinated

Vigorous, productive plants continue to grow throughout the season and produce lots of white/pale green zucchini type squash.   


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Mayeras Summer Squash

  • Open Pollinated
  • Semi-Bush Habit

Very vigorous, very high yielding plants produce superb quality blocky-shaped fruits. Give this one some room!


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Lady Godiva Naked Pumpkin

  • Open Pollinated
  • ViningHabit

Hulless pumpkin seeds! This pumpkin is grown primarily for the seeds, but the flesh can be used in pies.


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Acorn Squash Scarchucks Supreme

  • Open Pollinated

Considered a superior variety of acorn type squash, this one is cream and green striped, and was bred to be borer resistant.