Spring Flower Fair Vegetables


Black Beauty' Zucchini
A great improvement over the old Black Zucchini. The 3-4 foot open bushes let you see the fruit before it becomes giant-sized. Best eaten when 6-8 inches long the fruit is cylindrical, smooth, dark green, and straight. For a treat, dip blossoms in a beer batter and deep-fry. 60 days.

Bush Baby
True baby zucchini. Bush Baby's fruits are true miniatures and ready to harvest at 4-6". At this stage they are more attractive and better proportioned than full-size zucchinis used as babies. Fruits are glossy and medium dark green with stripes. Semi-open plants are relatively easy to harvest.

Cocozelle Bush
Heirloom. Bush type. Tender, flavorful and firm greenish white flesh is best picked under 12 inches. In Italy, it is eaten extremely young and picked at 1 to 2 inches long. This variety is great for the small garden or container planting and also good for freezing and canning.

Eight Ball
Dark green, shiny round zucchini. Open bush plant with a long picking period. For best flavor, harvest when fruit is 2-3" diameter.

Green Skin Bitter Melon
Chinese bitter melon grows 8-10 inches long and 3 inches wide. The leaves and shoots are also edible. Bitter melon is traditionally eaten in curries, soups or stir fried. If you soak the flesh in salt water, a lot of the bitter flavor is blanched out, making for a much milder vegetable. 70 days.

Sunburst Patty Pan
Yellow patty pan. Sunburst is a good yielder of tender, rounded squash with a scallop. Appetizing color whether picked tiny, with the blossom still attached, or teacup-size. Vigorous plant.

Zucchetta Ramp Tromboncino
Heirloom. This tasty zucchini grows like squash and will need a lot of room for its 5 foot runners. Harvested at about 10 inches. Leaving it on the vine can produce variously twisted squash 3 feet long and 6 inches wide. Can be grown up a very strong trellis.

Zucchini, golden delight
Open, semi-spineless plants minimize fruit damage and are easy to pick. Golden-yellow, straightneck, zucchini-type fruits are very uniform smooth and glossy with little to no greening on their tips. Well suited for use as a baby vegetable or let them grow to optimal 7 to 8 inch size. Creamy- white flesh

Black Beauty' Zucchini
A great improvement over the old Black Zucchini. The 3-4 foot open bushes let you see the fruit before it becomes giant-sized. Best eaten when 6-8 inches long the fruit is cylindrical, smooth, dark green, and straight. For a treat, dip blossoms in a beer batter and deep-fry. 60 days.

Thick, creamy-white 12 inch stalks and crinkled green leaves. Very productive and one of the best for greens.

Rhubarb Chard
A striking purplish stalk and red veined leaves distinguish this popular variety. It is characterized by quick growth, yields over a long period if frequently cut, and has a pleasing flavor.

Ruby Red
Great as a true red color in salad mix.

Toma Verde
Early-maturing, large, flat-round green fruits. Use in salsa or Mexican cooking.

Physalis Pruinosa. It really tastes like a pineapple! The large spreading plants are 3 feet across and covered with hundreds of fruit that are quite different from other tomatillos. They are only about 3/4 inch in diameter and soft so they are great for eating fresh. They tend to fall from the plant when ripe. Great for preserves and pies. 40 seeds.

Purple de Milpa
(Physalis ixocarpa) The tomatillo that grows wild in Mexican cornfields. Very small (3/4") purple-tinged fruits borne on 3-4' tall plants. Fruit typically does not burst through husk when ripe. Sharp flavor preferred by some cooks over other tomatillos. 70-90 days from transplant.

Abraham Lincoln
Heirloom. Developed in 1923, this red, beefsteak-like tomato has delicious flavor – an excellent sandwich tomato. Indeterminate. Maturity – 105 days

Aker's West Virginia
Heirloom. Aker's West Virginia Each tomato weighs about 1 lb., and is mostly smooth with very little cracking or other blemishes. A treasured family heirloom from West Virginia. Indeterminate. 85 days.

Amana Orange
Heirloom. Beefsteak tomato named for the Amana Colonies in Iowa. These organic tomato seeds produce big, regular leaf plants that produce above average amounts of beautiful light-orange, irregular shaped (fluted) heirloom tomatoes that can grow to 2 pounds or more, with an average diameter of 5 inches. Excellent sweet, almost tropical fruit flavors. Indeterminate

Amish Paste
Amish heirloom variety produces paste-type fruit with an oblong oxheart shape. 8 ounce tomatoes are solid with an outstandingly good, sweet flavor. Indeterminate. 85 days.

Anna Russian Heirloom
Heirloom seed handed down to an Oregon woman from several generations of her family, along with the story that it came from a Russian immigrant. Large, juicy pinkish-red heart-shaped tomatoes consistently weigh 1 lb. or just under. Flavor is superb. Small foliage and wispy vines are typical of oxheart-type tomatoes, but this one is distinctive for its size, earliness, and juicy outstanding taste. Indeterminate. 70 days.

Aunt Ruby's German Green
Heirloom. Indeterminate The green fruit become amber tinged when fully ripe. Slices are lime green, resembling a sliced kiwi, and the flavor is terrific, spicy and sweet. Fruits are 5 inches by 4 inches and many weigh over a pound. This one is great!

Beefmaster VFN Hybrid One of America's favorites for the solid, meaty, flavorful red fruit that weighs up to 2 lbs. Vigorous vines and outstanding fruit taste and quality. Indeterminate. 80 days.

Heirloom. Beefsteak Also known as Red Ponderosa or Crimson Cushion. Produces huge, delicious, ribbed fruit on vigorous vines. Grow in wire cages for best results. Indeterminate. 96 days.

Better Bush VFN
Hybrid. Better Bush VFN Hybrid Perfect for large containers or small gardens, this has long been a favorite choice for growing on patios, decks, and balconies. That is because the compact plants are attractive while yielding good-sized 8 oz. fruit with real tomato flavor. Stocky plants grow 3 to 4 ft. tall with an upright habit, making staking needs minimal. Compact indeterminate. 68 days.

Big Beef (AAS)
Hybrid. Large, avg. 10-12 oz., mostly blemish-free, globe-shaped red fruit. They have full flavor - among the best - and ripen early for their size. Broad disease tolerance. AAS winner. Indeterminate.

Heirloom. Dwarf plants require no staking or pruning. 3-inch, deep red fruits are produced even in cold, damp weather. Has produced as much as 40 pounds of fruit from a single plant!! 65-77 Days. Determinate

Black Brandywine
Heirloom. Require no staking or pruning. 3-inch, deep red fruits are produced even in cold, damp weather. Has produced as much as 40 pounds of fruit from a single plant! Indeterminate 65-77 Days.

Black Cherry
Open Pollinated. One of the only round, black cherries available with a characteristic dark purplish color. One inch fruits average 1-1 1/2 oz, and are great with the sweet, rich, full flavor common to all of the Russian black tomatoes. Very productive plants. Indeterminate

Black from Tula
Heirloom. Made available commercially by SSE as part of the Russian Collection in 1998. Good yields of brownish-red slightly flattened globes weighing up to 14 ounces. Rich full flavor, great for slicing and canning. Indeterminate. 75-85 days

Black Krim
Heirloom. Dark red-purple fruit, rich sweet flavor. One of the best. It always places high in tomato taste trials. It's a very juicy, unique looking large fruit. Indeterminate 80 days

Box Car Willie
Heirloom. We predict this old-timer might become your main crop variety, due to its prolific yields of smooth, reddish-orange fruits averaging a large 10 to 16 oz.. Crack-free and disease resistant. Indeterminate

Winner of the 2005 "Heirloom Garden Show" best tasting tomato award. The fruit are smooth, large, and beautiful, being one of the darkest and prettiest of the purple types. Indeterminated 90 days

Caspian Pink
Heirloom. Large, pink beefsteak fruits average 10 to 12 ounces with a plentiful set and fairly early maturity for a tomato of this type. The sweet yet rich flavor is outstanding and has prompted some tasters to compare it favorably to Brandywine. 80 days.

Celebrity (AAS)
70 days from setting out transplants. Determinate. An AAS winner and long-time favorite of Park customers, Celebrity is a superior all-around tomato with such fantastic disease resistance you can put away the sprays and soaps for good! These determinate plants are exceptionally strong, bearing masses of smooth, round, bright red tomatoes. Weighing about 8 ounces, they're very uniform (no green shoulders here!) and resist cracking.

Cheroke Chocolate
Heirloom. A stabilized version of Cherokee Purple, this 10 to 16 oz. mahogany-colored variety has excellent flavor and beautiful large fruit. Indeterminate. 75 days

Cherokee Purple
Heirloom. Uniquely colored dusty rose-brown fruits weigh up to 12 ounces. Delicious sweet flesh. Indeterminate, 75-90 days

These very beautiful tomatoes are a stunning combination of fine-lined golden yellow and red stripes. While visually exciting, the real treat comes when you cut them open. Their gold flesh is streaked with red and is very juicy, flavorful, and sweet. A stabilized cross between Green Zebra and Marvel Stripe, these tomatoes weigh about one pound each. Indeterminate. 85 days.

Costoluto Genovese
Heirloom. You may never find a more oddly shaped tomato, but what a great taste! The flavor is the most complex we have ever tasted, a bit on the sweet side and very juicy. Makes the best tomato juice. This Italian heirloom has large, deep red fruit with orange shoulders that are squat and so ribbed they're nearly pleated. Indeterminate 85 days

Heirloom. Purplish-pink fruit that are sweetly flavored and almost all solid meat. The tomatoes are much like those of Giant Belgium, but a little flatter in shape. Indeterminate. 85 days.

Early Girl Bush
Hybrid A patio-sized variety: an extreme earliness and huge yields of firm, meaty, flavorful fruits that are larger than Early Girl - a full 4" in diameter. Determinate

Early Girl VFF
Hybrid. Comes in first as an early slicing tomato and our customers' favorite early variety. Solid 4 to 6 oz. fruit. Disease resistance is good, contributing to its excellent performance in almost any climate. A proven variety for delicious, early tomatoes. Indeterminate. 52 days.

Gardeners Delight
Heirloom. German-bred and prize-winning, producing long, grape-like, red, sweet, 3/4" fruits in clusters of 6 to 12. Sugar-sweet crack resistant and bears until frost. Hardy vines require staking or caging. Days: 80 Size: Indeterminate Color: Pink

Giant Belgium
Heirloom. Plant produces good yields of huge 2 lb to 5 lb dark pink beefsteak tomatoes. Tomatoes are very sweet, are meaty, and turn dark pink when mature. A low acidity tomato that is excellent for salads, sandwiches, and canning. So huge you only need one slice per sandwich. Indeterminate.85 days

Green Zebra
Open pollinated. Beautiful chartreuse with deep lime-green stripes, very attractive. Flesh is bright green and very rich tasting, sweet with a sharp bite. Around 3 ounces. This is the tomato colored for the Green Bay Packers. Indeterminate. 75 days.

Health Kick VFFA New 2014
Hybrid 50% more lycopene than other common tomatoes. Lycopene is an antioxidant that is proving helpful in preventing cancers and other diseases. 4 to 6 ozs., making them excellent to use in salads or in cooking. Determinate 74 days.

Heirloom. Produces good yields of large 2 lb orange-yellow beefsteak tomatoes with red and pink streaks. Very flavorful. Excellent for salads and sandwiches. Indeterminate. 85 days.

Howard German
Heirloom. Large harvests of 5-1/2 inch long, pointed paste tomatoes that weigh about 5 ozs. and are very meaty with a good, rich flavor. The shape is somewhat variable - most appear like a plump banana pepper, although some may look more like an elongated pear. Indeterminate. 80 days.

Hungarian Heart
Heirloom. Oxheart tomatoes have been popular for generations because of their excellently flavored, meaty, large tomatoes that provide lots of solid good eating with very few seeds. The fruit of Hungarian Heart follows suit, with large, pink heart-shaped tomatoes that become 1 lb. and are just luscious. Indeterminate. 85 days.

Husky Red
Hybrid. Compact plants are only 4 to 4-1/2 ft., with dark green, rugose foliage and strong, thick, central stems. Attractive fruits typically weigh 5 to 7 oz., and are ideal for small spaces, patios, planters and even larger pots. Dwarf Indeterminate.

Isis Candy Cherry
Open pollinated. Its golden-yellow fruit, marbled with red, contains a complex blend of richness, sweetness, and fruitiness. The plants are loaded with 1 1/2 inch fruit on short trusses in double rows of 6-8. Season-long production. Indeterminate. 73 days

Indigo Rose New--2014
Open pollinated. The 2 inch round fruit have nearly blue skin that occurs on the portion of the fruit that is exposed to light, while the shaded portion starts out green and turns deep red when mature. Inside, the flesh reveals the same rouge tone with a superbly balanced, multi-faceted tomatoey flavor. Indeterminate

Hybrid 7-10 gm fruits are crack resistant, borne on small trusses, and store on the plant well, resisting cracking and rot. The texture is pleasantly chewy, and the flavor is sweet and rich. Intermediate resistance to early blight, Septoria Leaf Spot, fusarium races 1 & 2, and late blight. Indeterminate. AAS winner.

Jersey Devil
Open pollinated. 4 to 6 inch long, tapered red fruits shaped like banana peppers. The tomatoes are very meaty and sweet with few seeds -- great for sauces, salsas, or even eating fresh. Color is a gorgeous bright red and yield is impressive. Indeterminate. 80 days.

Jersey Giant
Heirloom. 6-inch long, pepper-shaped fruit are packed with great tomato flavor. Delicious fresh from the garden. Their large size makes them a snap to can. Their thick, rich flesh is much tastier than modern paste types, and the fruit have very few seeds. Indeterminate

Jetstar 9F1
Hybrid (VF) Prolific producer of big, globe-shaped fruits that ripen all the way through. Excellent flavor with low acidity. Nice, compact habit. Indeterminate

1999 AAS Winner. Famous for yielding the first elongated, grape-like fruits that don't crack! Clusters of unusual, sweet-flavored fruits cling to the vine longer than any other cherry tomato.

KC 146
KC-146 (also known as Campbell’s 146) was developed in Riverton, NJ by Campbell’s tomato breeder George B. Reynard and released in 1956. This variety was wilt-resistant, crack-resistant and better flavored than other processing types. Semi-determinated

Hybrid. Legend has shown strong tolerance of late blight fungus. So even in the most virulent areas, gardeners have a great chance of harvesting ripe tomatoes.Legend produces amazingly sweet tomatoes, with just the right amount of acid flavor. The big 4-5 inch fruit are glossy red, with a uniform round shape. Determinate. 68 days.

Lizzano (AAS) New--2014
Hybrid. Low growing, trailing habit excellent for growing in patio containers or hanging baskets.The durable, appealing plants grow 16 to 20 inches tall with a compact spread of only 20 inches. The small 1-inch fruits weigh about 0.4 ounces. Semi-determinate

Moreton F1
Hybrid. An early season variety grown by Jersey farmers in 1960’s. Seed was off the market for a few years and Rutgers NJAES worked with Harris Seeds and Eastern Seed Services to bring it back. Indeterminate

Marglobe New--2014
Hybrid. Marglobe Tomatoes are a disease and crack resistant heirloom variety which are a good producer of 7 to 10 ounce deep red juicy fruits. Superb tasting fruit. Marglobe tomato can claim parentage of many of today's hybrid tomatoes. Determinate.

Missouri Pink Love Apple
Heirloom from the Ozarks. A big, pink, wonderfully flavored tomato that produces plenty and is well adapted to our climate (Ozarks). Grown in the Ozarks since the civil war, this tomato has stood the test of time. Indeterminate. 85 days.

Heirloom. Greenhouse variety that produces 4-6 oz globes that are intensely red, smooth and of very high quality. This variety grows well in hot humid climates and greenhouses; sets in most any weather. Indeterminate. 75-80 days.

Moreton F1
Hybrid. Early maturing, tasty Jersey Tomato variety. Moreton makes a good earlier maturing garden companion to Ramapo. Early season, resistant to Verticillium. Indeterminate plants mature in 70 days. A heavy feeder on less fertile soil. Favorite in extreme climates with short growing seasons. Indeterminate.

Mortgage Lifter
Heirloom. smooth, 1-lb. pink fruit have a delicious, rich, sweet taste. Saved by M.C Byles in West Virginia who sold plants for $1.00 in 1940 and paid off his $6,000 mortgage in 6 years Indeterminate. 85 days.

Mr. Stripey
Heirloom. Mr. Stripey's mild, sweet-tasting fruits have a high sugar content and grow to over 1 lb. each. Pretty and luscious, this tomato has rich yellow undertones covered with pinkish-red striping. Indeterminate.

Omar's Lebanese
Heirloom. 1 to 2 lbs., from a Lebanese hill town. Taste-tempting pink fruits are huge, meaty and somewhat irregular - rich, sweet and juicy. Indeterminate.

Hybrid. Excellent for containers and small gardens, bearing 3 to 4 oz tomatoes on strong, compact plants that grow only 2 feet tall. The stout stems generally do not need much staking at first, but it won't hurt to have stake or small cage to keep them upright in wind and rain. Yields 50 or more tomatoes per plant over an 8-week harvest period. Determinate.

Paul Robeson
Heirloom. Paul Robeson is a dark black-purple beefsteak that grows in a flattened 4” size with deep crimson center flesh. Succulent, earthy, smoky and rich are just some of the words I've heard people use this year when tasting Paul Robeson. Indeterminate.

Heirloom. Rose-orange (persimmon colored) fruits range from 12-ounces to 2 pounds. Meaty, very sweet, and few seeds. Indeterminate.

Pik Red New--2014
Hybrid. Pik Red is an excellent large size tomato that consistently ripens in short season climates. Firm, juicy, solid red fruit. Compact, bushy growth makes it ideal for garden or container planting. Determinate. 71 days

Heirloom. Pineapple will remind you of those visits to Grandpa's garden when you were a kid. Huge meaty tomatoes are safer held in two hands rather than one. The 1 pound red-and-yellow streaked tomatoes look beautiful cradled in a long-tailed shirt. Indeterminate. 90 days.

Prudens Purple
Heirloom. Early Brandywine type. Large to very large 1 lb. fruits are flattened and smooth and resist cracking. Vivid dark pink skin with crimson flesh. Medium tall, potato-leaf plants. Indeterminate.

Purple Russian
Heirloom. Dark purple to black, oblong-shaped tomatoes are meaty and quite delicious, with that special rich flavor characteristic of black tomatoes. They are about 4 inches long and in the shape of an elongated plum. A beautiful dusky dark purple color and good production add to the appeal of this tomato. Heirloom variety from the Ukraine. Indeterminate. 80 days.

Ramapo F1
Hybrid. Developed at Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station (NJAES) and released in 1968. While Ramapo seed was unavailable for many years, Rutgers NJAES continued receiving requests for this popular tomato and eventually reintroduced Ramapo F-1 seeds in 2008.Semi-determinate. 80 days to maturity.

Red Rose
Hybrid. This cross between Brandywine and Rutgers produces good yields of 6 to 10 oz. delicious dark pink fruit. Disease and crack-resistance are inherited from Rutgers, and the tomato's taste and texture is more like that of Brandywine. Indeterminate. 85 days.

Heirloom, no matter what you have in mind: sauces, salsas, pastes, farmer's market--bring it on! So heavily productive, the 2 oz., 3" fruits tend to drop from the vine when ripe. Most often used for cooking, but perfectly suited to eating fresh.

Heirloom from Pennsylvania. Large, crack resistant, 10 oz. fruits are meaty and dusty rose colored. Flavor is excellent, and is considered by some to rival Brandywine. Indeterminate

Rutgers 250
Open pollinated. All-purpose variety,ideal for canning. Ripens evenly from inside out. Bright red fruits with heavy walls average about 7 oz. Full-bodied flavor and disease resistant. Indeterminate.

San Marzano
Heirloom. A little later than Roma, with superb flavor in slightly rectangular-shaped fruits, 3-1/2" x 1-1/2", that are bright red and hang in large clusters. Holds well on the vine and in storage. Extra-high solid content is perfect for canning. Indeterminate.

Speckled Roman
Hybrid. Cross between Antique Roman and Banana Legs. About 3 inches by 5 inches in size and quite heavy. The red color is flecked with short attractive orange stripes. The dense tomatoes are great for paste or processing, but flavor is so good you'll also want to eat them fresh. Indeterminate

Sugary (AAS) F1
Hybrid. All-America Selections Winner! Plant produces high yields of glossy red grape shaped tomatoes. Tomatoes are very sweet and perfect for salads and gourmet dishes. Grows in clusters like grapes too. Indeterminate. 60 days.

Sun Gold F1
Hybrid. Exceptionally sweet, bright tangerine-orange cherry tomatoes leave customers begging for more. Vigorous plants start yielding early and bear right through the season. Tendency to split precludes shipping, making these an exclusively fresh-market treat. The taste can't be beat. Indeterminate.

Hybrid. Incredibly sweet almost like a piece of candy, Sun Sugar has a brix reading of 10, about as high as you can go. It is also exceptionally high in Vitamin A. The golden cherry size tomatoes average 1/2 ounce in weight, and the vigorous vines produce hundreds of fruit. Indeterminate.

Super Fantastic New--2014
Hybrid. Tall, vigorous plants produce abundant harvests of large, round juicy fruit. Smooth, solid, and meaty with absolutely delicious flavor that is a wonderful combination of sweet and acid. Indeterminate. 70 days.

Super Sweet 100 VF
Hybrid. This is a home gardener favorite that has more disease resistance than Sweet 100 while keeping the same fabulous taste. Small round 1 oz. cherry tomatoes are deliciously sweet with a high Vitamin C content. Long clusters of fruit load up on tall, vigorous plants and continue to bear until frost. Indeterminate. 65 days.

Supersonic New--2014
Hybrid. Big, red fruits with flavor, size and quality! Midseason beauties are firm, meaty, very large and slightly oblate in shape - smooth, with excellent resistance to cracking. Plants are vigorous and disease resistant. Indeterminate.

Sweet 100
Hybrid. Huge, multiple-branched clusters of 1/2 inch very sweet fruit with high vitamin C content. Mouth-watering flavor. Vigorous vines bear abundantly until frost and need staking for best results. Indeterminate. 65 days.

Sweet Million New--2014
Hybrid. 3 foot tall plants produce 1-1 1/2 inch fruit in grape-like clusters. A truss of these 'two bite' size tomatoes is welcome next to any mixed greens salad. Very disease resistant. F1, F2, TMV. Indeterminate 65-75 days.

At only 16 to 20" high, this compact bushgood for hanging baskets and containers. Juicy fruits average 1-1/4" across and just under 1 oz. Compact plants are trailing but tidy, with a low spread of about 20". Determinate.

Heirloom. Tasty 2-inch round fruits are bright red with orange stripes. TThe yields are high even in cool summers, and it starts producing very early. It also has good disease resistance. Indeterminate. 55-75 days

Tlacalula Pink
Heirloom. A unique tomato collected by a friend in Tlacalula, Mexico; the pear-shaped fruit have deep ribs and ruffles that give them a distinctive look. They have a mild, sweet, pink flesh and pink skin with gold-splotched shoulders. A rare tomato grown in Mexico for several generations. Indeterminate. 75-85 days.

Tomatoberry Garden
Hybrid. Melt-in-your-mouth fruits could be mistaken for large strawberries in appearance and taste - extremely sweet once mature, when skins turn a deep red, with thick flesh and a small inner cavity. Petite, tapered fruits are ideal for snacking at just over 1 inch in length, with more juice than some cherry tomatoes. Indeterminate

Tumblin Tom Red
Hybrid. This magnificent red variety cascades to 20" or more, making it ideal for hanging baskets and container gardens. Sturdy, evenly branched plants are loaded with juicy, 1 to 2" fruits, perfectly sized for snacking and salads. A true ornamental that may seem too pretty to pick, but one sweet bite will have you coming back for more. Determinate

Tumblin Tom Yellow
Hybrid. This magnificent yellow variety cascades to 20" or more, making it ideal for hanging baskets and container gardens. Sturdy, evenly branched plants are loaded with juicy, 1 to 2" fruits, perfectly sized for snacking and salads. A true ornamental that may seem too pretty to pick, but one sweet bite will have coming back for more. Determinate

Viva Italia
Hybrid. The very first of all hybrid paste types! Very adaptable, with the classic, blocky pear shape. Exceptionally high yielder. More disease resistance than other paste types. Determinate

Wapsipinicon Peach
Heirloom. The "peach" tomatoes are so named because their skin is covered with a light fuzz similar to a peach. All of the "peach" tomatoes are exceptionally sweet, but the Wapsipinicon is the best of all. Plants produce heavy yield of creamy yellow, 2 inch fruits. Indeterminate

White Tomesol
Heirloom. Bursting with fragrance and natural goodness that's hard to beat. The cream colored fruit are beautiful, smooth and weigh about 8 ounces each. The vines set heavy yields of this rare treasure. It's sure to become a favorite of gourmet growers. 80 days.

Whopper New--2014
Hybrid. Earlier and tastier than the original Whopper, with big red, 4" fruits that feature improved disease and crack-resistance, as well as a more uniform fruit size. Indeterminate. 65 days

Yellow Pear
Heirloom. A great tomato just loaded with hundreds of small 1-2 inch yellow pear-shaped fruit. An old-time favorite from Grandma's garden. Indeterminate. 75-80 days.

Grafted Brandywine
Heirloom produces 1–2 lb., scarlet-pink beefsteaks with high acid and sugar content. Considered one of the world’s best-tasting tomatoes. Mighty Mato. Indeterminate.

Grafted Cherokee Purple
Heirloom. Dusky rose, 8–12 oz. round fruits with complex, old-time flavor. Perfect for slicing, sandwiches. Mighty Mato. Indeterminate.

Grafted San Marzano
Heirloom. Yields bright red, tapered, 3″ fruits. Meaty and flavorful. Ideal for canning or sauce. Mighty Mato Determinate.

Grafted SunSugar
Hybrid. Abundant, candy-sweet orange cherry tomatoes with high levels of sugar and vitamin A. Possibly the world’s sweetest tomato! Mighty Mato Indeterminate.

Burgess Buttercup
Dark green, blocky, with a gray "button" on the blossom end. The medium-small, 3-5 lb., fruits have deep orange, fiberless flesh with a rich, sweet flavor. A northern New England favorite.

Cha-Cha kabocha F1
Tender flesh is smooth, sweet, and bright orange for baking, mashing, and pies. Beautifully colored, deep scarlet fruits are slightly flat-round, avg. 3-5 lbs. Vigorous, short vine. Sunshine is destined to become a recognized, one-variety squash genre in the market.

Unique, 7-9" long, 3" wide, 1 1/2-2 lb., cream-colored fruits with dark green longitudinal stripes and flecks. Very sweet, excellent for stuffing and baking, even right after harvest, requiring no curing. This beautiful strain has gained a nice following in the specialty produce trade. Avg. yield: 5-7 fruits/plant.

Honey Bear F1 (acorn type)
4" round, mini-acorn fruits are just the right size halved for single servings. Weighing just 1-1 1/4 lb. Starchy and sweet flavor.

Pennsylvania Dutch Crookneck
This squash variety is actually a relative of butternut types but with a very long neck that's packed with sweet tasting orange flesh. It matures quite late and is a full vining type. It curls when growing and can get 24-30 in. long. 120 Days.

Spaghetti Squash
Skin is ivory changing to pale yellow at maturity. Bake like squash or boil and fork out the flesh, topping the "spaghetti" with your favorite sauce. 3-5 lb. oblong fruit.

Waltham Butternut
The standard butternut. Light tan-colored winter squash with small seed cavities and thick, cylindrical necks without crooks. Uniform fruits avg. 9" long, avg. 4-5 lb. The flesh is smooth-textured and has a unique sweet flavor, particularly after 2 months' storage. Avg. yield: 4-5 fruits/plant.