Vegetables

**New Varieties

Retail price for Veggies in 4.33″ tall pots  $2.75 per pot.

Artichoke:

Tavor: fun addition for the greenhouse. Gorgeous flower!

Bean, Bush:

  • Royal Burgundy: Brilliant purple, 5” pods. Very good flavor raw or cooked
  • Provider: Adaptable to diverse soil and climate conditions

Broccoli:

  • DeCicco: early, yields small 3-4” main heads followed by a large yield of side shoot.
  • **Gypsy: heat tolerant and do well in below average fertility.

 

Brussel Sprouts:

  • Nautic: less woody stalk, more,  uniform sprouts

Cabbage

  • Farao: Delicious, early, green  cabbage.
  • Red Express: Extra-early, compact plants with good flavor.

Cauliflower:

  • Snow Crown: extra early and adaptable.
  • Graffiti: stunning purple heads.

Cantaloupe:

  • PMR Delicious 51: Early, with juicy sweet flesh.

Celery:

  • Tango: Performs well under heat and moisture stress.

Chard:

  • Pink Passion: New-beautiful color and nice flavor.
  • Oriole Orange
  • Ruby Red

Cucumber:

  • Marketmore: slicer, thick skinned, crunchy.
  • Lemon: Round, yellow and delicious.
  • Pickling: early and high yielding.

Eggplant:

  • Listada di gandia: petite, purple-striped, Italian. Beautiful coloring and shape.
  • Little Finger: slender, petite, great for roasting.

Kale:

  • Vates: Curly, dark green leaves.
  • Red Russian: Bright purple stems.
  • Lacinato: also known as Dinosaur kale for its bumpy skin.

 Okra:

  • Clemson: Spineless

Leeks:

  • Bandit: Winter hardy
  • **King Henry: Early  75 day

Onions:

  • Cabernet: Early, 4-6 mo. storage.
  • Bridger: Early, yellow onion.

Peppers:

  • Banana Pepper, Goddess: sweet banana for pickling and fresh eating.
  • California Wonder Golden: early yellow bell.
  • Sweet Snack peppers: choose red, yellow or orange. Love these sweet little treats!
  • King of the North: early, sweet red bell.
  • Orange Bell: Heirloom, open pollinated.
  • Lipstick: Beautiful red sweet tear drop shaped pepper. My favorite!
  • Jalapeños: Early, reliable, tough plants.
  • Anaheim: Numex Joe E. Parker- great producer, large beautiful chilies.
  • Ancho/Poblano: Roasting, green chili.
  • **Corno di Toro: attractive and tasty red pepper.
  • **Ghost peppers (Bhut jolokia)-one of the hottest peppers!
  • **Habaneros:these pretty orange peppers pack a heat punch!
  • Serrano: Hot Rod-puts spice into life.
  • **Shishitos:a favorite with chefs!

Pumpkins:

  • Baby Pam: just the right size for small spaces.

Squash, Summer

  • Y-Star Patty Pan: Perfect little, yellow, roasting squash.
  • Ronde de Nice: round, green with white speckles.
  • Yellow Crookneck: delicate flavor addition to any dish.

Zucchini

  • Dark Green-Disease resistant and high yielding.
  • **Golden Glory-beautiful sun gold color zucchini.

Squash, Winter

  • Acorn: Sweet Reba-yummy steamed.
  • Waltham Butternut: sweet, unique flavor.
  • Spaghetti: perfect for the gluten free spaghetti dinner.

Tomatillos

  • Toma Verde: a must have for salsas.

Tomatoes: I-Indeterminate D-Determinate

  • Cherokee Purple: Heirloom- Medium to large, unique color and flavor. (I)
  • Copia: Large, beautiful, yellow and orange striped, beefsteak tomato. (I)
  • Kellogg’s Breakfast: Orange beefsteak heirloom  (I)
  • **Martino’s Roma: Pretty Italian heirloom(D)
  • Pruden’s Purple: Heirloom Beefsteak (I)
  • Rose de Berne: loved heirloom-midsize (I)
  • **Pink Berkeley Tie Dye: pretty, delicious and
  • Black cherry: Cherry tomato-yum. (I)
  • Sakura: prolific sweet, red cherry tomatoes.(I)
  • Sunrise Bumblebee:pretty orange and gold striped cherry tomatoes.(I)

Watermelon:

For Colorado high country short growing season

  • **Golden Midget: early-yellow rind when ripe, sweet and juicy.
  • Sugar Baby: small sweet and early.

*Check on availability of specialty plants not listed.

*Vegetable Plants come in tall 4.33” round cups unless other sizes have been specified. Other plants come in 3 ½” round pots unless other size is specified. 

*Contact Terrie Swerdlove at 970 948-5288 or acetas@sopris.net  for wholesale pricing and questions.