Miscellaneous Vegetables

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Black Beauty Eggplant

Dark purple half long, standard egg-shape type. Eggplants need high soil temprature to germinate. Pick young fruits for the best taste.


San Juanito Tomatillo

Green fruits are covered with a leafy green husk. Aka Husk tomato. Indeterminate plant fruits are approx. 3 oz.


Xtra-Tender 201173 Corn

The best-eating, mid-season bicolour. Ears have good tip fill and husk cover, snap easily from the stalk, and stay fresh for a longer period of time.


Sweet Granite Cantaloupe

The earliest-ripening cantaloupe. Oblong, orange-fleshed fruits with light netting, and average about 3 lb. Melons are sweet with average flavor.


Bright Lights Swiss Chard

Yellow, pink, white and red striped stalks, making a very ornamental mixture, not fading with aging. Perfect for decorating salads. Grow for baby leafs or bunching.


Sugar Baby Watermelon

Heirloom, the standard of "icebox" melons for many years. Round fruits, 6-8" in diameter, averaging 8-10 lb. Ripe melons are almost black. Super sweet flavor. Tough rinds resist cracking.



Long, dark, lobed leaves are suitable for salad mix or bunching. Best grown as a cool season salad green or use the edible white flowers as the appear for brightening up salad mixes.


Shiro Pak Choi

Classic, 4-6" tall, hour-glass shape with a large heart with tender stems of pure white with dark green round thick leaves. Grow on cooler spots, as it tends to bolt in warm weather.


Staro Chives

Mild flavoured taste. Best variety with thicker leaves for freezing, drying, or fresh use. Edible flowers.