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OUR 2024 GARDEN PLANT CATALOG - ALL NON-GMO

FROM CONVENTIONAL SEED - $4 per plant

FROM ORGANIC SEED - $5 per plant

CATALOG KEY:

ᴼ = Organic Seed Used

+ = Chemical-free Seed (non-certified organic)

Plants with no symbol are grown with all organic or non-certified organic products, but with conventional non-organic seed.

This year we will not be growing onions and chives, cabbage, or cool weather crops that bolt in warmer weather, like cilantro, parsley, broccoli, and cauliflower. We will however, still be growing spinach and kale.

HEIRLOOM CELERY PLANTS

Utah Tall Celery

HEIRLOOM CUCUMBERS PLANTS

Armenian - 70 days. Although called an Armenian Cucumber, it is actually a member of the muskmelon family. It is drought tolerant, and plants grow huge 12-18-inch-long fruit, needs no peeling. Plants grow up to 4 feet tall.

Cucamelon (Mexican Sour Gherkin) - 60-75 days. You'll get loads of 1-inch fruits on large 8-9-foot-tall vining plant; fruits look like tiny watermelon. Crunchy like a cucumber, juicy like a tomato. Fun for all ages. 

 Hokus Gherkin - 60 days. Popular cucumber variety for 1 1/2 - 4-inch pickles! Plants grow up to 72" tall.

Lemon - 55-65 days. Grows round yellow cucs slightly smaller than a baseball - on a 6-8-foot-tall plant. They're crunchy and sweet - you can eat them right off the vine. 

ᴼ Muncher - 45-60 days. Very versatile cucumber for slicing, canning, and pickles. Grows 6-8 inch-long fruit on vines up to 4 feet tall. Matures early, high yield, disease resistant. 

National Pickling - 50-70 days. Most popular pickling cucumber, grows 4-6-inch-long fruit on vines up to 4 feet tall.

Spacemaster - 60 days. Very versatile - grows 6–9-inch fruits on 2-3-foot-tall vines. Fruit can be sliced, canned, and pickled. Great for containers and tight spaces.

Telegraph Improved - 60-70 days. Great English Cucumber - grows long and skinny 10–18-inch fruits. Seeds are few, small, and soft. Makes a great salad cucumber.

HEIRLOOM EGGPLANT PLANTS

 Aswad - 85 days. Native to Iraq, it is very drought-tolerant, and produces huge fruits -3 pounds or more. Plant grow 2-3 feet high. Plant 18 inches apart for best results. 

Black Beauty - 60-80 days. Plants grow from 21-30 inches tall. Fruit weighs 1-3 pounds, and are 8 inches long and 4 inches in diameter.

 

HEIRLOOM FLOWER PLANTS

Calendula - Flowers start blooming in spring. Plants are 1-2 feet tall. Garden companion plant, found in skin care products - 8th generation seeds from my garden, climatized to withstand frost.

ᴼ Marigold - Sparky French - popular cheery garden companion plant. Deters pests.

Marigold - Petit Mix - smaller marigold that grows 6 inches tall.

ᴼ Sunflower, Mammoth Grey Stripe - very tall, huge heads, edible seeds.

 Sunflower, Dwarf Sunspot - only 3 feet tall with 12 inch heads, edible seeds.

HEIRLOOM HERB PLANTS

 Basil - Genovese - common, often found in grocery stores as live plants

HEIRLOOM KALE PLANTS

Dwarf Siberian - smaller, ruffled kale - great for small spaces and containers.

+ Premier Kale - flat-leafed kale. Often used in place of tortillas of flatbread. Resistant to bolting.

HEIRLOOM LETTUCE PLANTS

Buttercrunch - Butterhead lettuce

Great Lakes Mesa 659 - Iceberg lettuce

Parris Island Cos - Romaine lettuce

Salad Bowl Green - Loose leaf lettuce

Tom Thumb - Dwarf-sized butterhead lettuce

HEIRLOOM MELON PLANTS

ᴼ Cantaloupe - Hales Best Jumbo

Crenshaw

Honeydew Green Gr

Watermelon - Bush Sugar Baby - Dwarf icebox watermelon

Watermelon - Crimson Sweet - Classic picnic watermelon

HYBRID MELON PLANTS

Watermelon - (seedless) Triple Crown F1 - must be grown with Bush Sugar Baby Watermelon plant to pollinate.

HEIRLOOM PEPPER (SWEET) PLANTS

 California Wonder - Sweet bell pepper - pick red or green

Golden California Wonder - Sweet yellow bell pepper

Lunchbox Orange - 2-3 inch orange snacking peppers

Lunchbox Red - 2-3 inch red snacking pepper

Lunchbox Yellow - 2-3 inch yellow snacking pepper

HEIRLOOM PEPPER (HOT) PLANTS

Big Jim Legacy - Mild - Great for stuffing, chile rellenos and enchilada sauce

 Anaheim Chili (Med-Hot)

ᴼ Jalapeño - Hot - Classic hot pepper great as poppers, jellies, canning

HEIRLOOM SPINACH

Bloomsdale Longstanding - spinach

HYBRID SPINACH

Catalina Bay Leaf - commonly found in grocery stores

HYBRID STRAWBERRIES

ᴼ Seascape Strawberry

Seascape Strawberry

HEIRLOOM SQUASH - PUMPKIN

Pumpkin - Jack-O-Lantern - Great for carving and tasty as well.

Pumpkin - Small Sugar - small, sweet, great for pies. 

Jack-Be-Little - plants yield tiny decorative pumpkins.

 

HEIRLOOM SQUASH - SUMMER

Yellow - Early Prolific Straightneck

Zucchini - Black Beauty

HEIRLOOM SQUASH - WINTER

Butternut - Waltham - Stores for months and delicious!

Spaghetti - Common, use in place of noodles!

TOMATILLO PLANTS

Toma Verde

HEIRLOOM - BEEFSTEAK (LARGE TOMATOES) TOMATO PLANTS

Beefsteak - huge, juicy, meaty, and delicious

Brandywine Pink

Cherokee Purple

Pineapple - later season sweet tropical-tasting yellow and orange tomato

HEIRLOOM CHERRY TOMATO PLANTS

Black Cherry - Sweet, dark cherry tomatoes

Chadwick Cherry - popular red cherry tomato

Green Zebra - fun green cherry tomato with a citrusy taste. 

HYBRID CHERRY TOMATO PLANTS

Sunsugar - very popular sugary-sweet orange cherry tomato

Supersweet 100 - as the name implies, a very sweet red cherry tomato

 

HEIRLOOM DWARF TOMATO PLANTS

Tiny Tim - produces lots of cherry tomatoes on a 12-inch tall plant

OPEN POLLINATED DWARF TOMATO PLANTS

506 Dwarf Tomaro Plant - Yield good harvests of medium-sized tomatoes on an 18-inch plant

   

HEIRLOOM - GENERAL USE TOMATO PLANTS

Abe Lincoln - cluster tomatoes - like the grocery store, only better!

Dakota Sport - This heirloom ripens earlier, just 2 weeks after Early Girl

Rose de Berne

HYBRID - GENERAL USE TOMATO PLANTS

Better Boy

Celebrity Plus - The name says it all - very popular, delicious, prolific, and less prone to disease and cracking.

Early Girl - Ripens Earlier than most tomato plants.

HEIRLOOM - PLUM / SAUCE (LESS JUICE, MORE MEAT) TOMATO PLANTS

Amish Paste - as the name implies - great tomato for sauces.

Roma - very versatile - great for salads, sandwiches, and salsas

San Marzano - the Lamborghini of sauce tomatoes

San Marzano Redorta - San Marzano's much larger cousin.

LIMITED QUANTITIES TOMATOES - USE SPECIAL REQUEST PRODUCT

Sutton - RARE gorgeous white tomato

Vintage Wine - gorgeous orange and red streaked tomato

Buckabee's New 50 Day - early fruiting heirloom

Rosella Crimson - dwarf plant with regular-sized Pink Brandywine-like fruit

Rosella Purple - dwarf plant with regular-sized Cherokee Purple-like fruit

Brandywine Sudduth - thought to be the orgininal strain of Brandywine

Ground Cherry - Aunt Molly

Sophie's Choice - thought to be the best choice for early-fruiting tomatoes

Amana Orange - a tomatofest.com owner's favorite

Alaska - earlier ripening, great for cold climates.

Super Sioux - does great in hot climates.

Dirty Girl - gene-stabalied, dry-farmed, slightly smaller dehybridized Early Girl tomato

Paul Robeson - very popular smokey, earthy heirloom. Loved by many youtube gardeners.

Blondkopfche - translated as "Little Blonde Girl" - one of the sweetest yellow tomatoes.

Traveler's Tomato - very unique tomato grown multiple clumps that you can tear apart and eat separately

Rio Grande - easy to grow, large yields of plum tomatoes

Oaxacon Pink - interesting pink pleated fruits

Charlie Chaplain - accordian-shaped fruits - mostly hollow - great for stuffing

 

SPECIAL REQUEST PLANTS 2024 - text or call 385-250-9789 to make a request for plants not listed above.

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