The best early green bean for gardeners who desire good flavor, disease resistance, and high yield. 5½ in. long pods. Fairly hardy under adverse conditions and well suited to greenhouse use. Resistant to common bean mosaic virus (race 1) and tolerant of powdery mildew. 1949, SC/AES. Possibly derived from pre-1855 Early Valentine.
Snap bean for home gardens, local market, shipping fresh and for freezing. 15-17" vines, bushy, sturdy, and strong roots.
Pods round to heart-shaped, straight, 5-1/4", fleshy, low fiber, tender, stringless, and medium dark green.
Excellent for cool soil emergence for early season or cool coastal climates. Though it has a concentrated early set, it does provide for longer than many bush snap beans.
Organic Red Acre Cabbage is a supreme variety of cabbage and simply the best early open pollinated Red Cabbage variety available.
Red Acre is a tasty organic cabbage variety that produces shocking reddish-purple, globe shaped heads that can add real color and beauty to your vegetable garden. Liven up any salad with Red Acre's spectacular color.
Each organic cabbage head reaches up to 7 inches in diameter and typically weigh approximately 3 pounds. This delicious cabbage variety is especially suited for use raw or in coleslaw.
Red Acre Cabbage is resistant to cabbage yellowing and is especially suited for small gardens as it takes up less space than other cabbage varieties.
Named after the beautiful golden Oriole bird, this is a lovely orange chard that will add fantastic color your garden.
Use the young leaves in salads or the mature leaves stir fried or as steamed greens. This chard is heat and cold tolerance and has a sweet mild taste.
This tasty, low in oxalic acid heirloom chard will add color to any dish. Grows 18-24" tall.
Yields all summer and into the fall. Use fresh or frozen. Ruby Red Chard is VERY ornamental and a great seller at farmers markets.
A sturdy, upright, kale with a compact habit (plants grow 12-36 inches high and 18-24 inches wide).
This hardy Scotch type kale is slow to bolt and readily overwinters. The finely curled, blue-green, leaves can be harvested all winter down to zone 6.
The heads are uniform in size, tall and erect with interiors that are pale-green to cream. The outer leaves are dark, gray-green in color. Named after the island of the same name off of the South Carolina coast.
Paris Island forms upright 10-12" heads that are uniform, medium green, slightly savoyed with a creamy white heart. Mosaic virus tolerant
Originated around 1870. Also called "Giant Musselburh" or "Scotch Flag" Leeks date back to the time of the Ancient Egyptians. Their popularity has grown through many cultures since then.
Leeks create a tasty pearl white bulb with huge green leaves. They have a delicate onion flavor that makes them a favorite in soups, stews and salads. Perfect for the home gardener and market grower.
Stems grow 10-15" long and about 2-3" in diameter. Leek seeds should be planted indoors 50 to 60 days before last frost. Very hardy; overwinters well in most regions doing well in both southern and northern states.
Good flavored table pea with 10 in. pods containing as many as 18 large peas per pod! Use fresh or dried. Reddish-green pods are borne high and are easy to see in the foliage. Resistant to very hot, dry summers. Vigorous, sprawling vines
Blue Hubbard Squash was introduced in 1909 as Symmes Blue Hubbard Squash by James J. H. Gregory & Son seed company. It was first listed in their 1910 Retail Catalogue. JJH said of the Blue Hubbard, "Thick meated, fine-grained, dry and very sweet; close your eyes while eating and you would think you were eating cake."
Hubbard Blue Squash is a soft grey-green to deep green on the outside, the sweet orange flesh is an amazing keeper and great for pies! If you'd like a winter treat, bake one of these with butter salt/ pepper and serve in slices. Fruits can weigh up to 15 lbs!
Introduced in 1890s. Beautiful, Cream colored skin. Very popular in the 1920s.
Fruits up to 2 pounds and a Vining type of squash.
Eaten fresh at 56 days or for baking at 85 days.
This heirloom okra dates back to around the Civil War. It has a twisted shape that resembles a cow's horn. These large pods can reach 14" and still stay crunchy, meaty and flavorful.
Cow's Horn still has that true okra flavor that has been bred out of many okra. This is the reason heirlooms are so popular these days. Best picked when 6-7" for fried okra. Longer pods are perfect for gumbo.
Crimson Sweet is truly...well...sweet...with a high sugar content around 12%! This mouth watering watermelon produces 20-25# fruits with juicy red flesh.
Your kids will not be disappointed by the taste, but they might not win any seed spitting contest as Crimson Sweet contains very few seeds.
Crimson Sweet watermelon thrives in a wide range of climates. This watermelon is resistant to anthracnose and fusarium wilt. Make lots of room for crimson sweet watermelon as it spreads 6-10' growing the absolute sweetest melons of all. It even has an award to prove it!
We are currently working on new labels and packaging. If you purchase any of the NEW varieties for 2017, your order may be delayed up to a week. Please have patience as we are working as fast as possible gearing up for the 2017 planting season.