Ordered several new seeds today, so soon I'll have some new items to add to the inventory. Also ordered two different kinds of strawberry roots, so I'll be able to sell strawberry plants this year as well. One I've grown before and it is VERY prolific - it was still growing strawberries when it snowed here in November. The other grows very large, tasty berries. I'm looking forward to trying that one out.
Text and photos copied from the seed sites.
|Tomato, Gladiator Hybrid
A champion ‘Roma’ tomato with unbeatable vigor, flavor, aroma and yield.
Gigantic ‘Gladiator’ is the hands-down champion in the arena of ‘Roma’ tomatoes. With an unbeatable armor of vigor, flavor, aroma and yield, it bears a bounty of oval 8 oz. fruit on the patio or in a small garden. Its dense flesh and tangy taste make ‘Gladiator’ victorious for imparting rich, robust flavor to paste, sauces, soups, salsa, or ketchup. Strong roots conquer enemies such as blossom end rot. Indeterminate.
|Eggplant, Meatball Hybrid
The meatiest, tastiest, flavorfulest eggplant ever. A virtuoso of versatility.
Meet the mightiest, meatiest eggplant ever. Imagine fresh, home-grown, vine-ripened meat: that’s ‘Meatball’. Fruit’s dense, moist, flavorful flesh captures the flavor and texture of meat as no other eggplant—or any vegetable—can. Roly-poly, jewel-toned, moist, and super-flavorful, large 5” fruits are virtuosos of versatility, as entrees, appetizers, side dishes, or sauces. However you slice it, or cook it—as cutlets, in stirfries, pastas, curries, dips, salads, or mashed for baba ghanoush—‘Meatball’ is a marvel.
Tomato, SuperSauce Hybrid
|Lettuce, Heatwave Blend
Lettuce that keeps its cool in the heat, remaining productive and tasty longer.
Feast both your eyes and your palate on lettuces that thrive in the heat and remain productive and tasty longer than all others. Our choice"slow bolt" varieties include green and red crisphead, green romaine and multiple textures and colors of looseleaf.
|Pumpkin, The Wrinkles Family Collection
Magical mix of awesomely textured pumpkins.
American homes celebrate autumn with magical displays of colorful, garden-grown decorations. Meet the ‘Wrinkles Family’, the latest wrinkle in festive autumn decoration. Magical collection of three awesomely textured pumpkins ranging from 7 to 29 lbs., ‘The Wrinkles’ evoke double- and triple-takes, carved and set to glow outside, or simply posing for a family portrait on your dining room table.
|Pumpkin, Lumina PVP
Ghostly white pumpkins, perfect for painting and carving.
A spooky addition to your Halloween celebrations! Fruits, 8 to 10" across, weigh 10 to 12 lb. and have delicious orange flesh that stores well. Plant seeds in groups 6 to 8' apart, or sow in rows, thinning to one plant every 2 to 3'.
|Lettuce, All Season Romaine Blend
Have Romaine lettuce all season long
Cook's Garden Favorite. Our Romaine mix reduces the necessity of successive sowing, by giving you a pleasing, flavor-filled array of early season, middle, and late Romaines, including Craquerelle Du Midi , Forellenschluss, Little Gem, Rosalita and Rouge d'Hiver.
|Imperial Star Artichoke
Big and Tasty the First Season!
Older artichoke varieties can take multiple seasons to produce what you get in just one season with Imperial Star, with 3 times the yield! Thornless for easy picking. 85 DAYS.
|Ozark Beauty Strawberry
Popular, Prolific and Disease Resistant
Sets lots of large, delicious berries with sugar-sweet taste and a temptingly juicy texture. Plenty for processing—produced over 12,000 qts. per acre in trials—but oh, so irresistible fresh from the garden! Withstands leaf spot and leaf scorch. Self-pollinating. Zones 4-8.
|Escalade Hybrid Spinach
Heat and cold tolerant.
A trial favorite, tolerating adverse growing conditions quite well, Escalade Spinach is slow-to-bolt with an excellent downy mildew resistance. Its leaves are incredibly sweet and rich, minus any bitterness. Full-size leaves grow up to 12", but are just as delicious and nutritious when harvested as baby spinach. Approx. 45 DAYS.
|Gurney's® Whopper Junebearing Strawberry
Eye-Popping Fruit Size
Possibly the biggest strawberry of all! Juicy fruit can be as big as peaches! A prolific, finely flavored Junebearer. Zones 5-10.