Tomatoes:


Snow White

  • Open Pollinated
  • Yellow, Cherry
  • Early Season
  • Indeterminate

Our favorite cherry. 3/4" fruits are a beautiful pale yellow, sweet, nicely balanced and easy to pick. 


Azoychka

  • Heirloom
  • Yellow, slicer
  • Early Season
  • Indeterminate

Easy to grow, with consistently good production of yellow, smooth crack-free 3-4" fruit with very good sweet, citrusy flavors. A Russian heirloom.


Ananas Noir

  • Open Pollinated
  • Black-Bicolor Beefsteak
  • Mid Season
  • Indeterminate

Early for a beefsteak, beautiful and delicious. 4" fruits are juicy with tropical sweet flavors. Prolific production. Our most popular variety.


Aunt Ruby's German Green

  • Heirloom
  • Green-Bicolor Beefsteak
  • Mid Season
  • Indeterminate
  • Ark of Taste Variety

Fantastic, subtle, sweet flavors and very juicy. A definite favorite of ours. Great with Burrata or other mild fresh cheeses. Produces incredibly well for a beefsteak. On Slow Food's Ark of Taste list as an endangered variety.


Sudduth Strain Brandywine

  • Heirloom
  • Red/Pink Beefsteak
  • Mid Season
  • Indeterminate
  • Ark of Taste Variety

Classic rich, complex, sweet flavors Brandywines are famous for, and this one produces consistently. 5" fruits tend to come in flushes, 6-8 or more in a flush, then you must wait patiently for the next flush. Well worth it! On Slow Food's Ark of Taste list as a rare, endangered variety.


Lucky Cross

  • Bi-color Orange/Red
  • Open Pollinated
  • Medium-Large fruit
  • Mid Season
  • Indeterminate, Potato Leaf

Our new favorite bi-color tomato! Sweet, richly flavored and well balanced, this beauty has produced extremely well for us and is a hit with most who taste it. Medium to large sized fruit are orange yellow with beautiful red streaks. 


Arkansas Traveler

  • Open Pollinated
  • Red, Slicer
  • Mid Season
  • Indeterminate

3" fruits are smooth, crack-free globes with very good, somewhat mild flavors. This particularly heat tolerant variety is a good producer over a long season.


Peppers:


Sweet Frying Pepper, "Jimmy Nardello's"

  • Sweet, Red
  • 6-8" tapered fruit
  • Heirloom
  • Early Season

 

Fantastic flavor and production. Fruits are bright red with thin flesh, crisp, sweet and complex. Great for eating right off the vine or as a frying pepper. On Slow Food's Ark of Taste list as an endangered variety.


Orange Bell

  • Sweet, Orange
  • Open Pollinated
  • Mid-Late Season

As with most bell varieties, these take awhile to ripen, but are well worth the wait. Plants are quite productive and produce beautiful, orange, sweet, crunchy bell peppers, 4-5" long.


Shishito

  • Sweet, Red
  • Open Pollinated
  • Mid Season

3" long tapered fruit are mild and very popular as a frying variety. Great as mild alternative to Padron, served tapas style. Very popular and expensive at market.


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Jalapeño Jalmundo

  • Hot - Very Hot
  • 8,000 - 17,000 SHU
  • Mid Season

 

Jumbo sized, thick-fleshed jalapeños, these easy-to-grow peppers are perfect for poppers, or for fresh salsas and guacamole.  Plants grow to 30" tall and are very productive. 


Other Edibles:


Cucumber "Poona Kheera"

  • Open Pollinated
  • Vining Habit

This beautiful Indian variety is vigorous and productive. Fruits have a lovely, tender brown skin with streaks of gold and red. Never ever bitter, just crisp, tender and refreshing. Even when picked late and large, fruit remain tender and crisp. 


Summer Squash "Tromboncino"

  • Open Pollinated
  • Vining Variety

Amazing long fruits are great as summer squash but can be left to mature as winter squash. Fruit is buttery, firm, and richly flavored, great for grilling. Seed cavity is only in the bulb end. 


Winter Squash "Boston Marrow"

  • Open Pollinated
  • Vining Habit

Vigorous, sprawling vines produce huge, bright orange fruits with mild, light, tender flesh. Fantastic flavor, moist, not overly sweet and dense as some winter squashes can get. 


Melon "Noir de Carmes"

  • Orange, Muskmelon Variety
  • Open Pollinated
  • Mid Season
  • Vining Habit

Vines are quite productive, producing 6-8" ribbed fruits consistently over a long season. Fruit is incredibly fragrant with sweet, juicy, bright orange flesh. Irresistible.