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This thin-skinned, gourmet cucumber has a small seed cavity and exceptional taste. Considered a Beit Alpha type that is parthenocarpic, it produces exclusively female flowers which do not require pollination to set fruit. The vigorous, powdery mildew tolerant vines are not only self-pollinating, but also early-bearing and high-yielding. Fruit best harvested when just 3 to 5 inches.
Whether you are limited on garden space or have the perfect sunny spot for a container on your porch or patio, this disease-resistant All-America Selection winner will be a good choice for you. The semi-bush vine will continue to set sweet crisp cucumbers as long as you keep them picked. May be harvested smaller for the perfect pickler and later at full maturity for fresh slices or spears.
Thank you Lillian for your decades of seed saving and rescuing this HEIRLOOM from extinction! Great for compact gardens, the 2- to 3-foot vines do not require support and are loaded with pods, each containing 5 to 7 tasty, plump peas. Expect a long harvest window from this best seller.
The name of this pepper represents a nod to its fruity and smoky habanero-like flavor; however, this sweet, baccatum, aji type pepper has just a tiny fraction of the heat of a true habanero. The beautiful, tapered 3-inch long peppers are ideal for sautéing, fresh cooking or drying into hot pepper flakes and powders.
This Mediterranean, Cousa type squash boasts a sweet and nutty flavor comparable to Zephyr. Steadily bearing over a long season, the blocky, creamy-green, tapered fruits are best picked small, when 4 to 5 inches long. A trouble-free garden performer you will come to rely upon for big flavor!
A visual and indulgent delight, this cross of between ‘Bosque Blue’ and ‘Strawberry Tiger’ is one of the more striking cherry tomatoes you can grow.This extremely productive and early variety boasts trellises of 1-ounce fruit marbled in blue, scarlet and gold. A bowl of these beauties, resembling a luxurious bunch of gems, boasts a perfectly sweet and tart balanced flavor! A great choice for the tomato lover who wants to celebrate the tomato rainbow without sacrificing flavor!
This 2020 AAS Winner yields big, beautiful, beefy, 18 to 24 oz., pleated tomatoes with sunset-colored skin and an elegantly marbled interior. Beyond sweet flavor and smooth texture, this HEIRLOOM also touts higher yields, better crack resistance and late blight resistance.
It is all in the name! The vines of these disease-resistant, compact plants are only 3- to 4- feet long, lending them well to smaller spaces. Despite its tidy habit, you can still expect up to six, 7 to 9 pound, personal-sized melons per plant. Mini Love will steal your heart with its thin skin, few seeds, high sugar content and crisp, juicy flesh. This All-America Selections winner is a true watermelon lovers delight.
A treasured gourmet HEIRLOOM from Palermo, Sicily! Bush in habit, expect a steady yield of faintly speckled, 12 to 15 inch almost sage colored fruit. A cornerstone of Italian cuisine given its buttery texture, sweetly nutty flavor and versatility for your culinary endeavors.
A glorious basil breakthrough! This robust, fast-growing, well-branched, Genovese-type cultivar is bred to flower up to 8 weeks later than standard varieties, enabling you to harvest a plethora of glossy green leaves for months before going to flower. As a bonus, resistance to downy mildew and Fusarium mean extra healthy plants all season! The tidy, columnar stature of these 2- to 3-feet tall plants works equally well in planters, containers and in-ground beds.
Looking to eat the nutritional rainbow? This eye-catching blend of red and purple, anthocyanin-rich varieties delivers a nutrient-dense, selection of edibles that is as colorful as it is flavorful and nutritious.
This versatile collection, with a diversity of shapes and colors, curated by our friends at Fruition seeds, showcases their favorite bolt-resistant summer lettuces. Works equally well for head lettuce or cut-and-come-again salad mix production and will thrive in gardens, containers, full, as well as part sun.
Although it can be used as a culinary herb, the frilly, creamy-edged, variegated green leaves make this edible an outstanding ornamental for your containers and window boxes. Prune regularly to promote bushy, new growth or allow the tubular, barely-pink blooms to mature and bring the pollinators to you. May be used fresh, akin to other garden mints, to flavor your salads, summer drinks, teas and desserts.
Beloved by cooks, this open-pollinated variety sports a frilly canopy of bright green, triple-curled leaves atop strong-stemmed, 10- to 12-inch plants. Easily withstands the summer heat, yet cold-hardy to be enjoyed well into the fall, retaining its bright hues, firm texture and rich flavor. Dependable uniformity and regrowth for continued harvests.
Bring a pop of blue to your borders and containers all season long with this attractive annual flaunting layers of bright, almost furry, blossoms atop 16-inch plants. Taller and more vigorous than other landscape ageratums, the pollinators will also relish these blooms. A cut-and-come-again delight to embellish your summer posies with color and texture.
Also known as Winged Everlasting, a basal rosette of leaves yields gently nodding, 24-inch tall, ribbed or winged stems, topped with abundance of ½ to ¾ inch, papery, silvery-white bracts with cheerful yellow centers. An excellent choice for both fresh cuts and dried flower production. Best harvested when half open, before the center is fully exposed. Enjoy late spring through early fall.
This edible and medicinal 1930s HEIRLOOM has continued to stand the test of time. Blooms are comprised of an array of rich, orange quill-like petals enveloping sunny yellow centers when fully open. This annual, reaching 2-feet tall, pleasantly self-sows and will continue to bloom through frost when deadheaded. A great splash of color for your beds and borders, and like Arnica or St. John’s Wort, a valuable tool in your first-aid kit!
A compact, bushy, trailing and self-cleaning annual blanketed in midnight-purple, trumpet-shaped flowers with darker throats and amber eyes. Gracefully spilling over the edges of window boxes, hanging baskets and containers, these non-stop bloomers will add that unforgettable, eye-catching pop to your designs all summer long. Pollinators and beneficials can’t resist them either!
This Fleuroselect Novelty Award Winner displays gorgeous sprays of 3-inch, cupped blooms in mingling hues of apricot, peach, and soft rose with golden eyes. The 24- to 30-inch tall plants have a bushy, upright habit of fine feathery foliage. An excellent cut-and-come-again flower that will reward you through summer until frost, and add an elegance to your beds and borders.
This 2-foot tall, sun-loving annual, with fine, feathery foliage, features 3-inch blooms that open a luxuriant burgundy before maturing to an antiqued rose with contrasting, burnished-gold centers. A Fleuroselect Novelty winner, Rubenza is a superb cut-and-come-again choice for your for cutting garden and mixed borders.
This 30-inch tall, clump-forming, drought tolerant perennial is most effective when planted in groupings or en masse in the sunny border. Perfect choice for an area of your garden where self-seeding is welcomed. As known as Golden Chamomile, plants form a bushy mound of finely divided, fern-like, aromatic, green foliage with loads of small bright-yellow daisies. Can be cut regularly for use in summer posies or deadheaded to extend the bloom season. May even cut entire plant back to 6 inches mid-season for a whole fresh new flush.
Looking to spice up your trellis game? This Royal Horticulture Society, award-winnng HEIRLOOM will do just that! Also know as Firecracker Vine, from mid-summer to frost, a blanket of showy fleur-de-lis shaped leaves and burgundy vines give way to sprays of graceful tubular flowers that bud scarlet and fade in sequence to coral, lemon and vanilla. Hummingbirds, butterflies, and passerby will equally flock in delight.
A dramatic accent for your landscape! With mahogany-red, deeply-cut foliage akin to a maple leaf, the rich, decorative foliage of this ornamental will be a standout in your landscape or large container planting. When the sturdy branches of this 4- to 6-foot tall cultivar are cut, the foliage is perfect for your late summer and fall bouquets. For the richest evolution of colors, plant in full sun.
This Fleuroselect Gold Medal winner is a fragrant, first-year flowering English Lavender with striking purple-blue, blooms and silvery grey foliage. Bushy in habit, 14 inches tall at maturity, it is adored by pollinators, well suited to poor soils, and simply breathtaking when planted en masse or as low hedgerows.
Fern-like foliage, spicy scent, and edible burnt-orange petals, trimmed in gold with amber eyes, make this care-free annual an easy choice. With a 12-inch tall, tidy, mounding habit, these handsome bloomers are perfect to edge beds for a splash of color, jazz up your containers or companion plant in your veggie garden for some aromatic charm.
A powerhouse bloomer! The Shock Wave series boasts an endless array of weather-resistant, mini, self-cleaning blooms. A perpetual bloom of 1½- inch, violet-throated, blush pink flowers embellish this spreading beauty. The new buds, continually set from the center, maintain the gloriously lush and full habit throughout the growing season.
Also known as Limonium suworowii, Pink Pokers, and Rat Tail statice, this cultivar will add some striking contrast to your landscape. Carmine-rose panicles twist and turn into a curious array of shapes that offer visual interest and texture. Excellent cut and dried flower — Flowers hold their color well, making for long lasting fresh and dried bouquets. These 18- to 24-inch plants are a butterfly favorite too!
An enchanting, and deliciously fragrant old-fashioned Spencer type. With a scent reminiscent of honey and orange blossom, enjoy long-stemmed bouquets of large, ruffly cream colored blooms with blush undertones and soft-magenta veins. A handful of these nostalgic blooms will sweetly perfume any room. Cut often to extend your bloom season.
If you love the Classic fiery-orange Tithonia, ‘Yellow Torch’ has the same great characteristics and habit, but with blooms in a softer golden hue. Flowers are 3 ½ inches wide on strong branching plants with velvety dark green leaves. Blooms midsummer to frost. Loves hot dry sites. Once you have Tithonia in your garden, it’s hard to live without!
From the Benary’s series you can expect high yields of long, sturdy stems on 4-foot plants, with 4- to 6-inch, fully double, dahlia-like blooms. Disease tolerance is greater and vase-life is longer! Add a layer of elegance to your garden and bouquets with these creamy-white blooms.
We love the unique design element these quilled beauties provide. A cut-and-come-again performer of warm-toned, 4- to 5-inch, fully double blooms in shades of yellow, orange, rose, pink and salmon. The 28- to 40-inch tall, sun-lovers yield long, strong stems with blooms that age gracefully and delightfully texturize as they mature.
We love the unique design element these quilled beauties provide. A cut-and-come-again performer, the 28- to 40-inch tall, sun-lovers yield long, strong stems of bold lilac blooms that age gracefully and delightfully texturize as they mature.
Similar in habit to the Benary’s Giant Series, these 4-foot plants yield long, sturdy stems with 4- to 6-inch blooms. Unique to this series, the soft, creamy-yellow blooms may be single, semidouble, or fully double. An excellent cut-and-come-again flower and addition to your mixed borders.
This peachy queen is yet another brilliant addition to the Queen Series, and perhaps a bit more vigorous than other cultivars. Captivating, 2- to 3 ½- inch, double and semi-double blooms have a rosy eye and beautifully contrasting creamy-lime petals that gradually darken to a soft peach. A versatile, cut-and-come-again bloomer to blend into your garden and designs.