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A timeless HEIRLOOM boasting high yields of tender, uniform, 5– to 6-inch golden, stringless beans. Flavor is excellent — delicious raw, steamed, or pickled. The pods hang in sunny clusters around the main stem, making them easy to pick.
From Cornel’s public plant breeding program, these little gems offer the best of both worlds — unparalleled heirloom flavor and disease resistance. White-skinned, 3- to 5-inch fruits, with low seed to flesh ratio, are sweet, creamy and crunchy all at the same time. Resistance to powdery mildew and angular leaf spot will have you enjoying them all season long!
Sweet and buttery, this edamame will not disappoint! Easy to grow with abundant yields, Butterbean is loaded with 3-bean pods born in clusters. Steam and sprinkle with your favorite sea salt, enjoy shelled with fresh greens, or freeze to savor all winter long.
Exquisitely sweet, with hints of pineapple, Sharlyn is a fabulous early melon for our shorter New England growing season. Netted, oblong fruits are 4-8 pounds, with an aromatic, white flesh that melts in your mouth. Upon ripening, the netted rind will turn from green to golden orange to signal their readiness to slip from the vine and harvest.
A consistent performer with excellent disease resistance! Regardless of a dry or wet season, you can expect large, 16- to 18-ounce, glossy, deep red, globes with a balanced sweet onion flavor. Exceptional storage onion.
A sweet and delicious early pea, with high yields and a long picking season. Vines are respectively shorter, 2-feet tall, and can be grown either with or without support. Contrasting colors between pod and vine add a splash of pizazz to your spring garden and make harvest a snap.
A striking edible and ornamental with variegated fruit and foliage! Elongated, 3 ½-inch, bell-shaped fruits ripen from green with bold, creamy white stripes to bright red. This unique sweet variety, with thin walls and a crispy texture, can be enjoyed at any stage of ripeness and will be a standout in your containers or garden.
An extraordinary edible ornamental with Italian roots, boundless visual intrigue, and high intensity flavor. Each pepper is a small work of art, and the plant, flush with fruit, a masterpiece. Fruits are 2 ½-inch long, in moody hues of tangerine and violet set amidst a canopy of green and deep purple foliage. With habanero-level heat, measuring 300,000 – 400,000 Scoville units, these little beauties will add a kick to your culinary endeavors. Top choice for edible landscaping and hot-sauce making.
This dual-purpose winter squash is both decorative and delicious! One to 1 ½-pound mini pumpkin fruits, borne on a semi-bush vine, have a smooth flesh, orange and white striped ribs and a vintage mottling. Beautiful for fall decorations and the perfect size for stuffing or roasting. Flesh is stringless and oh so sweet. Very productive, powdery mildew tolerant and stores exceptionally well.
What’s not to love about an abundance of personal size, spaghetti squash that stores like a champ? These glorious little 1- to 1 ½-pound fruits ripen to a golden orange and envelop a nutty, yet sweet, deep orange flesh and angel hair texture.
This vigorous, open-pollinated HEIRLOOM has won taste testing awards coast to coast. With the signature rich flavor and meaty texture of a classic black tomato, these will not disappoint. Fruits are a blocky round, 10- to 14-ounces, with olive shoulders that fade into a very dark, brick red.
This vigorous and high-yielding cherry is cause for celebration — a late-blight resistant crop, bred by Johnny’s, to keep us harvesting right up until frost! Arrays of decorative calyxes are loaded with Uniform and bright crimson fruit. Firm meaty texture is balanced with a sweet and classically robust flavor.
A beloved and influential HEIRLOOM that has become parent to many best-selling varieties over the years, including Radiator Charlie’s much loved Mortgage Lifter. If you have a love affair like I do with a Brandywine, consider tantalizing your taste buds with the noteworthy flavor of these deep pink, rich and creamy, nearly crack-free fruits. More uniform, and slightly smaller than Brandywine, this regular-leafed strain is earlier and more productive than the potato-leafed strain.
The biggest and the best of the “white” tomatoes, these creamy, 14- to 16-ounce gems are packed with a superbly sweet almost melon-like flavor, with nuances of fresh-cut pineapple. Very juicy, low acid, few seeds, with excellent resistance to cracking. This HEIRLOOM giant will quickly become one of your favorite fresh-eating tomatoes!
High levels of anthocyanin, a naturally occurring antioxidant found in blueberries, have made the Indigo™ series famous. Cherry Drops may be the best tasting Indigo yet! The coloration is striking — indigo shoulders, rosy undersides and a deep red flesh. Excellent sweet flavor and incredibly large yields are the hallmarks of this delightful indeterminate producer. For the best flavor and texture, harvest when the colors have deepened and the fruit is soft to the touch.
This All American Selections winner was chosen for taste, long harvest window and outstanding performance. The rich, tangy-sweet, crack-resistant fruits, borne on small trusses, hold equally well on the vine after ripening and post-harvest. Their resistance to early blight, Septoria leaf spot, and late blight will keep you picking all summer long!
This widely adapted, reliable cherry with outstanding yields, is resistant to fusarium wilt and verticillium wilt. Tall indeterminate vines churn out long pendulous clusters of deliciously sweet, bite-sized fruits. Stake it well, give it plenty of room, then enjoy a bumper crop of these juicy, Vitamin C laden little cherries until frost.
From our friends at Fruition Seeds, this is a beautiful, fresh and versatile mix of mild mustards, arugula, rapini and hot mustards to delight your palette. The diversity of colors, textures and succulent flavors is a feast for the senses. Quickly re-grows for several cuttings throughout the season.
A Mediterranean native, this attractive perennial is a flavorful and versatile staple of the herb garden — valued as a sacred plant, an essential seasoning, and an herb with therapeutic properties. The dusty, gray-green leaves can be used in your favorite dressings, sauces, stuffings, salted herbs or teas. The early summer appearing, small lavender flowers are a lovely edible garnish. And, as the plant matures, the foliage is a beautiful aromatic filler for your cut flower bouquets or dried floral wreaths.
This German breed is an improved, higher-yielding perennial variety of common garden sage. Similar dusty, gray-green foliage and delicate, edible lavender flowers, but with an increasingly delightful fragrance due to a higher essential oil content.
A sturdy, aromatic ground-cover for the gardener that wants it all — utility of a low-maintenance perennial, color, and a lemony fragrance! The slender meandering stems, rounded leaves and lavender blooms can withstand light foot traffic and are drought tolerant once established. Ideal for cracks and crevices or to soften a stone walk.
This Latin American tropical has a splashy and colorful display of flawless foliage. A mounding, trailing, non-flowering 10- to 16-inch cascader, it is full-on purple and ruby-rose goodness from the get-go! A striking mingler for your window boxes and containers. Thrives in full sun, requires little water, disease-resistant.
Commonly called Masterwort, Astrantia, is a vigorous, floriferous, umbelliferous and stoloniferous clump-forming perennial. The domed pincushion-like blooms arise on 2- to 3-feet tall, wiry stems above palm-shaped leaves in late spring and early summer. An excellent cut flower, prized for fresh and dried floral arrangements as bracts remain attractive well after bloom. This cottage-garden favorite is best grown in organically rich, medium to wet, well-drained soils in part shade or near a woodland edge. The two-tone bracts of ‘Star of Beauty’ form a white center with deep, dusty purple tips.
Commonly called Masterwort, Astrantia, is a vigorous, floriferous, umbelliferous and stoloniferous clump-forming perennial. The domed pincushion-like blooms arise on 2- to 3-feet tall, wiry stems above palm-shaped leaves in late spring and early summer. An excellent cut flower, prized for fresh and dried floral arrangements as bracts remain attractive well after bloom. This cottage-garden favorite is best grown in organically rich, medium to wet, well-drained soils in part shade or near a woodland edge. ‘Star of Billions’ yields an airy display of whites and greens with rosy undertones.
Commonly called Masterwort, Astrantia, is a vigorous, floriferous, umbelliferous and stoloniferous clump-forming perennial. The domed pincushion-like blooms arise on 2- to 3-feet tall, wiry stems above palm-shaped leaves in late spring and early summer. An excellent cut flower, prized for fresh and dried floral arrangements as bracts remain attractive well after bloom. This cottage-garden favorite is best grown in organically rich, medium to wet, well-drained soils in part shade or near a woodland edge. Dark stems and smoky burgundy-red flowers with white centers make ‘Star of Fire’ a standout.
Commonly called Masterwort, Astrantia, is a vigorous, floriferous, umbelliferous and stoloniferous clump-forming perennial. The domed pincushion-like blooms arise on 2- to 3-feet tall, wiry stems above palm-shaped leaves in late spring and early summer. An excellent cut flower, prized for fresh and dried floral arrangements as bracts remain attractive well after bloom. This cottage-garden favorite is best grown in organically rich, medium to wet, well-drained soils in part shade or near a woodland edge. ‘Star of Royals’ captivates with ivory blooms, pink veins and green-tipped bracts.
This long-blooming, easy-to-grow, self-seeding annual will reward you with consistently true-blue, double flowers on 3-foot tall plants throughout the growing season for years to come. A cottage garden favorite. Ideal for naturalizing, cutting and drying. Edible petals make a stunning garnish
This lovely old-fashioned variety features many-petaled flowers in warm apricot, brushed with creamy yellow, held atop tall stems. The edible petals and flowers are lovely strewn across a summer salad, and are a great add to breads and healing balms. The blooms of this 2-foot tall plant are also ideal cut flowers.
A Fleuroselect Novelty Winner, this early flowering cosmos is whimsical, sophisticated and elegant all at the same time! A buttery display of 3- to 4-inch, individually unique blooms, in hues ranging from soft lemon to pastel apricot, embellish the airy, fern-like foliage of this 2-foot tall variety. Central pink halos and silky pink undersides add to the charm of these dainty blooms. The magic will continue well into fall if deadheaded. Excellent cut flower.
A romantic, free-flowering mix flaunting soft creamy whites, contrasting dark pink edges and a blushed, sliding scale of color in between. No two blooms are alike! This 3-foot tall, cut-and-come-again treat yields a profusion of gorgeous 2- to 3-inch double and semi-double bicolor blooms on long, strong stems. Perfect addition to your cutting garden or mixed border.
This timeless cottage garden favorite is an upright and stately, strong-stemmed bicolor with 3-foot tall spires of frosty blues and whites. This self-sowing, cold-tolerant, early blooming, hardy annual makes a great cut flower with long vase life.
This, perennial treasure will add an element of grace and charm to your early spring and early summer garden. Little rosettes of gathered white petals, encircling citrusy lemon-line centers, form frilly little, fully double 1-inch blooms atop 3-foot tall stems. A very productive cut flower.
Pycanthemum Muticum is a true magnet for beneficials! This 3-foot tall, profoundly aromatic, perennial wildflower will be dancing in your garden with the flittering of bees and butterflies. The decidedly showy and nectar-filled landing pad for pollinators is formed by tiny, pinkish-white flowers, fuzzy blue-green, silvery bracts and oval toothed leaves sitting atop strong square stems. With a strong clump-forming growth habit, it is a good naturalizing plant, and also drought tolerant. Unlike true mints (Mentha species), mountain mint is not invasive. Slowly spreads by rhizomes.
This 2019 Fleuroselect winner will captivate you with a dramatic and moody array of 2-inch, bicolor blooms in hues of deep reds, corals and creams. Both leaves and flowers of this mounding variety are edible with a peppery zing.
A mounding, lush, full-bodied nasturtium smothered with fully and semi-double, creamy-yellow blooms floating amidst bright green foliage. As one of the most floriferous nasturtium varieties, you will have a non-stop floral display for your beds, boxes or containers. Both leaves and flowers are edible with a peppery zing.
This semi-trailing variety with luxurious variegated leaves is a high-performing super-bloomer. An extravaganza of boisterous red blooms are held high above the handsome foliage of this 2- to 3-foot wide garden treasure. Perfect in containers, window boxes or as a gorgeous seasonal ground cover. Both leaves and flowers are edible with a peppery zing.
Neat and compact 20-inch tall plants, with graceful green blades, boast fluffy spires that transition from a soothing chartreuse to a delicate cream — Colors effortlessly softening as they age. Spectacular planted en masse. Allow spires to age on the plant for late fall and winter interest or cut and use as an everlasting in dried arrangements. Will last for months — refusing to shatter the way some textured grasses do after drying.
A powerhouse bloomer! The Shock Wave series boasts an endless array of weather-resistant, mini, self-cleaning blooms. Hues of smokey lavender to high-impact violet, 1 ½-inch blooms adorn this spreading beauty. New buds continually set from the center perpetuate and maintain the gloriously lush and full habit throughout the growing season.
Also known as Maiden’s Tears, this extremely productive, romantic and decidedly feminine perennial will bring a soft elegance to your beds, meadows and bouquets from early summer through autumn. Airy, 24-inch tall, grey-green stems arise from a succulent basal rosette and are covered in miniature pale green balloon-like pods, veined with blush and encircled with dainty white petals. The alluring pods remain even after the petals drop.
This well-branched variety, stands four to six feet tall, and is loaded with 24-inch stems that make excellent cuts. Pollenless, fully-double, 4- to 6-inch, crested blooms are a gorgeous pale-yellow, with a subtle green center. Perfect for brightening up a mixed border and for bouquet work.
Bred by Dr. Keith Hammett, this lightly fragrant yet vibrant bloomer gracefully ages from mauves to shades of violet, true blue and even an iridescent turquoise. The shifting shades will transform your trellis into an enchanting new floral vista with the passage of each day.
For a girl named Jenny with a purple problem, I couldn’t resist! Magnificent, deeply ruffled and highly fragrant blooms, in rich hues from violet to sangria, atop long stems make this a popular exhibition variety in the UK. Great local choice to add some richness to your garden or bouquets.
This award winning Spencer variety is a deservedly popular exhibition sweet pea. A creamy base gives rise to large, deep salmon-pink blooms on long, strong stems. An exquisite cut flower!
This fantastic annual climber is adorned with a preponderance of open saucer blooms in warm shades of melon, coral, sand and buff surrounding deep burgundy eyes. Allow this heat-loving vine to trellis or cascade in a sunny spot, fertilize well, and you will be rewarded with an exuberant floral display through the summer and up until our first frost.
This perennial yarrow is truly delightful! The 24- to 30-inch upright, bushy plant with fern-like foliage is covered with a canopy of 3- to 5-inch blooms in shades of raspberry, peach, coral, blush, rose and buttercream. A versatile player for both fresh and dried bouquets, this pollinator magnet will thrive on neglect in any sunny spot!
Cultivated by Floret, this Zinnia collection of buff, honey and soft apricot blooms started from two single plants discovered in their fields. Over years they selected out the palest antique melon shades to bring this unique, vintage-appearing bloom to market. Named for a favorite time of day on the farm, the golden hour just before sunset, the warm shades of this mix are equally soul-soothing.