Early Flat Dutch Cabbage
Early Flat Dutch is a heirloom variety that produces large, dark green heads of Cabbage. Each head will weigh anywhere between 10 to 15 pounds and will measure 7 to 8 inches in diameter. Early Flat Dutch Cabbage crops will be ready for harvesting in roughly 100 days after first sprouts appear.
(This packet contains 50 freshly harvested Cabbage seeds)
Ruby Queen Beetroots
Ruby Queen Beets are just like any other beet, you either love em, or you hate em. The burgundy colored roots measure 2 to 3 inches in diameter, displaying green, leafy tops that measure 10 to 12 inches tall. The roots are mainly used in salads and other culinary dishes. They can be harvested in roughly 55 days.
(This packet contains 100 freshly harvested Beetroot seeds)
Tendersweet Carrots will develop coreless, orange roots that measure roughly 7 inches in length. They are sought after for their deliciously sweet flavor and go great in many fresh cut salads, as well as other culinary dishes as well. Tendersweet Carrots can be harvested in about 70 to 75 days.
(This packet contains roughly 300 fresh seeds)
Butter & Sugar Corn
Butter & Sugar Corn is a bi-color variety that produces 7.5 inch ears. Each ear is populated with yellow and creamy white colored kernels, which are deliciously sweet in flavor. Butter and Sugar makes a delicious side with many wholesome meals, such as pot roast. Butter and Sugar can be harvested in roughly 75 days after first sprouts appear.
(This packet contains about 30+ seeds)
Marketmore 76 Cucumber
Marketmore 76 will produce dark green fruits that measure anywhere from 7 to 9 inches in length. It's mild and refreshing flavor makes this strain of Cucumber perfect for vegetable platters and salads as well. The vines are bountiful, producing high yields of delicious fruits through the Summer months. Harvest in about 60 to 65 days.
(This packet contains about 30 fresh Cucumber seeds)
Prizehead is a heirloom variety which produces loose-leaf heads in a combination of red and green colors. Each leaf is tender and frilly in appearance, making it a perfect selection for many garden salads. The crops are ready for harvesting in roughly 50 to 55 days after first sprouts appear.
(This packet contains about 150 fresh seeds)
Red Burgundy Onions
Among one of the most popular heirloom onions to date, is Red Burgundy. Red Burgundy onions are widely used in fresh cut salads, on sandwiches & subs, and in other culinary dishes as well. They produce fairly large bulbs, displaying a red skin and white flesh. Harvest in roughly 100 to 105 days.
(This packet contains about 75 fresh seeds)
Chocolate Habanero Peppers
Spice things up with Chocolate Habaneros. Often used in many Mexican dishes, the Chocolate Habanero produces 1 to 2 inch fruits that pack a punch. Each fruit ranks between 200,000 and 350,000 units on the Scoville heat scale, making it one of the hottest chili peppers available. Chocolate Habaneros can be harvested in about 95 to 100 days.
(This packet contains 25 fresh seeds)
Golden Cal Wonder Peppers
Grow the Golden Cal Wonder for a delicious and crisp bell pepper. This strain produces thick walled fruits with a sheen, yellow outer skin. Crisp and delicious, the Golden Cal Wonder Bell Pepper can be used in all sorts of culinary dishes and goes great with kabobs and stir fry as well. Harvest in roughly 60 to 70 days.
(This packet contains 30 fresh seeds)
Beefsteak Tomatoes are among one of the most popular varieties. Beefsteak is perfect for many sandwiches, subs and freshly cut salads as well. The fruits are fairly large in size, sometimes comparing with a softball. The fruits are easily harvested from vines in roughly 75 days.
(This packet contains about 40 fresh seeds)