Other plants are $4.00 each for 2″ or 3.5″ or $5.00 each for 3.5″ or 4″ pot
ARTICHOKE PLANT VARIETIES
Artichoke – Green Globe, a spectacular addition to the garden with large bulbs.
Artichoke – Tavor, an improved Imperial Star type with minimal spines.
EGGPLANT PLANT VARIETIES
Listada de Gandia – a French heirloom from 1850, white with purple stripes and thin skin.
Little Finger – long slim fruit grow in clusters, deep purple black skin, tender white flesh.
Rosa Bianca – an heirloom popular in Italy, unique oval white fruits with purple blush.
Violetta – an early variety popular in the south of France, long bright purple fruits.
CUCUMBERS PLANT VARIETIES
Lillie Mae’s Little White – a small creamy white, sweet eating cucumber.
Marketmore – an abundant producer of delicious, never bitter field cucumbers.
Northern Pickling – wonderful producer of perfect pickling cucumbers
True Lemon – a small, round, bright yellow cucumber excellent for fresh eating .
MELON PLANT VARIETIES
Noir des Carmes – a small sweet French variety with black-green skin ripening to mottled orange.
LEEK PLANT VARIETY
Bandit – sweeter, milder and more delicate than onions, very hardy overwintering well.
ONION PLANT VARIETY
Ailsa Craig – sweeter, milder, early summer onion that does not store for the winter.
GROUND CHERRY PLANT VARIETY
Aunt Molly’s – a prolific producer of husk covered small 1″ yellow berries.
TOMATILLO PLANT VARIETIES
de Milpa – Mexican variety with green fruit and a purple blush and a sweet-tart flavour.
Oueen of Malinalco – Mexican variety with very large elongated green fruit ripening to lemon yellow, delicious sweet flavour and drier flesh than other tomatillos
Verde – green fruit with papery husk turning pale yellow with a sweet-tart flavour.
SUMMER SQUASH PLANT VARIETIES
Black Beauty – a dark green, tasty and very prolific zucchini.
Cocozelle – a striped light and dark green zucchini from Italy.
Golden Bush – a yellow zucchini, with beautiful yummy fruits.
Yellow Crookneck – a southern specialty with delicious tender fruits.
Patty Pan – a yellow summer squash with delicious buttery fruits.
Patty Pan – a pale green summer squash with creamy delicious fruits.
Patty Pan – a dark green summer squash with crisp delicious fruits.
WINTER SQUASH PLANT VARIETIES
Acorn – Table Queen, a ribbed dark green prolific variety with pale orange flesh.
Acorn – Thelma Saunders, large buff-tan delicious variety with pale orange flesh & taste reminiscent of chestnuts.
Acorn – Gill’s Golden Pippin, a slightly ribbed, golden-orange heirloom variety, prolific fruit with deep orange flesh.
Black Futsu – a Japanese heirloom, 3-5lb fruits with bright orange, sweet flesh.
Butternut – Waltham, a variety with 2-3lbs fruits, tan skin and smooth orange flesh.
Butternut – Honeynut, a variety with 0.5-1lb fruits, golden skin and smooth orange flesh with great sweet flavour.
Delicata – small 1-2 lb beige fruit with dark green stripes, smooth sweet flesh.
Kabocha – Black Forest, a delicious small-medium size buttercup, dark green with deep orange flesh
Koginut– dark green maturing to a rich deep tan with a dusky coating, sweet smooth flesh, a cross between two winter squash favorites.
Spaghetti – a medium size buff-tan cylindrical fruit with flesh in spaghetti like strands.
Sugar Loaf – a type of Delicata with dark-green and tan stripes and mild sweet flavour.
Sweet Dumpling – a small sweet teacup-shaped ivory fruit with mottled dark green stripes.
PUMPKIN PLANT VARIETIES
New England Pie– a meduim sized pie pumpkin with creamy smooth flesh and delicious flavour.
Sugar Pie– a small pie pumpkin with creamy smooth flesh and delicious flavour.
Winter Luxury– a medium sized pie pumpkin with the best creamy smooth flesh and delicious flavour.
Puget Crimson– a June bearing plant with high yields of firm, large red berries with great flavour, susceptible to powdery mildew.
Rainier– a June bearing plant recommended for its high quality fruit, excellent flavour, susceptible to fruit rot in damp seasons.
San Andreas– an everbearing variety with high yields of firm, large, attractive, glossy fruit, internal colour is pink with good flavour.
Tristar– an everbearing variety with large, red, heart-shaped berries, ready for picking from late spring to mid fall, best tasting berries with firm texture.