Tidy Treats is the perfect 12″ cage tomato. It grows well in pots and has a tidy, determinate habit in a dwarf indeterminate package. Nice yields of tasty cherry tomatoes can be expected through a healthy harvest period. This is a huge improvement over the cherry varieties used in past years for this specific application. This variety also lends itself nicely to small space gardeners. An excellent plant.
This is an interesting plant. It has a very architectural manner of growing and does not require staking. The small husked “cherries” taste something like pineapples but I’ve also heard the flavor described as custard like. The fruit should store around 3 weeks from harvest and lend themselves to a number of preparations, fresh, in pies, preserves, you name it. You kids will love them and as a bonus yields are incredible.
An old Heirloom lettuce with exceptional buttery flavor. Performance is strong with the added advantage of having an interesting speckled leaf. I grow this annually along with several other lettuces to keep my salads interesting. Fun and easy to gorw!
Kalettes are one of the worlds newest vegetables. Grown much like brussel sprouts, kalettes are in high demand in gourmet kitchens. The large attractive plants are easy to grow and yield a very nice harvest of kalettes with outstanding flavor. Not a GMO but a cross between brussel sprouts and kale. Remove bottom leaves to expose kalettes to light as they form. A very interesting and worthwhile plant that is incredibly cold hardy.
A wonderful English heirloom that will provide a light harvest in the first year. This great cooking rhubarb puts out greenish/red stalks that never get bitter due to a low concentration of oxalic acid. These quick maturing plants grow quickly to 24 tall and have a long harvest window. These perennial plants grow bigger and stronger for years and years. A must have plant for the edible garden.
These small, apple sized, lemon yellow cucumbers are a home gardeners treat. They are refreshing and delicious and don’t need to be peeled if picked when small. As an added bonus they are known to be easier to digest then standard cukes. These are a garden staple for me and although a slightly later producer they provide heavy yields. Without a doubt a favorite of mine.