Name: Peppers ThaiDescription : Capsicum frutescens. Plant produces heavy yields of 2″ long by º” wide hot peppers. Peppers turn from green to purple-tinted when mature. Plant has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers. A variety from Thailand.
Name: Pepper SerranoDescription : The serrano is pronounced: suh rah noh. Serrano chile peppers have thin walls. They don’t need to be steamed or peeled before using, making it the easiest chile pepper to use for salsas. the serrano chile is green in color at first, and ripens to red, brown, orange, or yellow. Serrano…
Name: Peppers PablanoDescription : The poblano is a mild chile pepper originating in the State of Puebla, Mexico. Dried it is called an ancho chile. While poblanos tend to have a mild flavor, occasionally and unpredictably a poblano can have significant heat. Different peppers from the same plant have been reported to vary substantially in…
Name: Pepper JalapenoDescription : Most people think of the jalapeÒo as being very hot, but it actually varies from mild to hot depending on how it was grown and how it was prepared. The heat is concentrated in the seeds and the veins, so if you want it on the milder end of its scale,…
Name: Peppers Italian White WaxDescription : The Italian Wax Pepper is from the capsicum baccatum family and is grown almost exclusively in Northern California. Like other plants in the baccatum family, the Italian Wax Pepper makes a blossom whose white flowers bear a unique, yellow pattern. This pepper distinctively grows from a light, pea green…
Name: Peppers Italian SweetDescription : The Italian red peppers grow to a length of six to eight inches. They are wonderful eaten raw in strips or in salads. In our opinion, they are better tasting than the red bell peppers. The red Italian pepper adds color to many cooked recipes, but we believe that cooking…
Name: Peppers Hungarian Yellow WaxDescription : Hungarian wax peppers are a variety of chili pepper developed in Hungary, home of paprika, another notable pepper product. These peppers are also known as hot yellow peppers or hot wax peppers, and they closely resemble the banana pepper, a relative in the pepper family. Hungarian wax peppers can…
Name: Peppers HabaneroDescription : The habanero is the hottest chile pepper you’ll find in your local grocery stores, and they are very, very hot. The oil in the habanero, as well as many other hot chiles, can be very painful if you get it in your eyes or on open wounds on your hands. Wearing…
Name: Peppers GypsyDescription : 1981 ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS WINNER. Outstanding yield, good looks and flavor combine with earliness to make this pepper a winner. Wedge-shaped fruit is 3 to 5 inches long, pale yellow at first, maturing to orange-red; very sweet when ripe. Plants have continuous pendant fruiting habit and perform well in both hot and…
Name: Peppers Golden BellDescription : The cultivar, ‘Golden Bell’ is a sweet bell pepper generally ready for harvest 60 days after sowing. Plants yeild large fruit with 4 lobes, shiny medium-green in color. These peppers turn yellow when ripe. When selecting varieties, it is important that you look for a variety that has TM in…
Name: Peppers Fresno ChiliDescription : Puffy, mild/hot flavored chile to 3″ long, often used when green, but ripening to red. Plants enjoy lots of sun, warm temperatures, and moderate water before the flowering period.
Name: Peppers European Red BellDescription : Peppers and chiles have this gorgeous fountain shape, with colorful fruit hanging like ornaments from a Christmas tree. Theyíre easy to grow, need little care, and theyíre a showstopper in any edible landscape.
Name: Peppers Emerald GiantDescription : Plant produces heavy yields of 4 Ω” long by 3 Ω” wide sweet bell peppers. Peppers have thick walls and turn from dark green to red when mature. Peppers are very sweet and has more vitamin C than an orange. Excellent for salads, stuffing, or baking.
Name: Peppers De ArbolDescription : Chiles de arbol are narrow, curved chiles that start out green and mature to bright red. The arbol chile is very hot, and related to cayenne pepper. Be careful during preparation. Arbol chiles are also the ones that are dried after turning red and used in many holiday wreaths.
Name: Peppers Banana SweetDescription : The banana pepper (also known as the yellow wax pepper or banana chili) is a member of the chili pepper family. It is often pickled and used as an ingredient in sandwiches. It is a variety of the species Capsicum annuum. Its shape and color resembles a banana. Its flavor…
Name: Peppers AnaheimDescription : An Anaheim pepper is a mild variety of chili pepper. The name “Anaheim” derives from a farmer named Emilio Ortega who brought the seeds to the Anaheim, California, area in the early 1900s. They are also called California chili or Magdalena, and dried as chile seco del norte. Since Anaheim peppers…
Name: Pepper YellowDescription : The banana pepper (also known as the yellow wax pepper or banana chili) is a member of the chili pepper family. It is often pickled and used as an ingredient in sandwiches. It is a variety of the species Capsicum annuum.
Name: Pepper Sweet BananaDescription : The Banana pepper is excellent for frying, stuffing and even eating fresh off the plant; This is an all around favorite; I like to stuff mine with a cheese or rice mixture, then just pop them in the oven for 15-20 minutes and add some hot sauce and yummy.
Name: Pepper RedDescription : Red Chili pepper (Lal Mirch) arrived in India during 16th century replacing Pippali. Chili is hotter and easier to grow than Pippali Peppers in India before Chili Pepper
Name: Pepper Kung PaoDescription : The Hot Pepper Kung Pao, ‘Capsicum annuum’, has long, skinny red peppers that are similar in appearance to the cayenne. The Kung Pao Pepper is a fairly recently introducted hybrid with excellent mildly hot flavor and is often used in Thai and other Southeast Asian cuisines.
Name: Pepper Jalapeno HotDescription : Jalapeno peppers are popular, versatile, and very, very, tasty. The jalapeno is America’s favorite chile pepper. This comes from the capsaicin, a flavorless, odorless chemical found in all chile peppers (And only in chile peppers).
Name: Pepper Italian HotDescription : The Pepper Italian Roaster II, Capsicum annuum’ produces loads of long, thin green peppers per plant. The 8 inch fruit is about 1 inch wide and has thin walls. They will also turn red on the plant and can be harvested in this stage too. This is a virus resistant…
Name: Pepper Hungarian WaxDescription : Hungarian wax peppers have a thin, edible skin so it is unnecessary to peel them before adding to stews and salads as a colorful and spicy element. The seeds and membranes in chile peppers contain most of the capsaicin, the compound that lends them their mouth-searing qualities.
Name: Pepper Hot PortugalDescription : Hot Portugal has smooth dark green leaves and white flowers. The pod is tapered, starts out green but changes to red when mature in about 64 days. It measures 4.5 inches long and .75 inch wide. C.annuum seed should be started indoors 8-10 weeks before last frost. Sow the seeds…
Name: Pepper CubanelleDescription : The Cubanelle is a variety of sweet pepper of the species Capsicum annuum. When unripe, it is light yellowish-green in color, but will turn bright red if allowed to ripen. Compared to bell peppers it has thinner flesh, is longer, and has a slightly more wrinkled appearance. It is used extensively…
Name: Pepper CayenneDescription : Cayenne pepper, or red pepper, has a history spanning back over 9,000 years to the hot regions of South and Central America. It is called ìcayenneî because these peppers were first found on a shrub in a town of that name in French Guiana on the coast of South America.
Name: Pepper Bell SweetDescription : Bell pepper or sweet pepper is a cultivar group of the species Capsicum annuum (chili pepper). Cultivars of the plant produce fruits in different colors, including red, yellow and orange. The fruit is also frequently consumed in its unripe form, when the fruit is still green.
Name: Peas Sugar SnapDescription : Snap peas (Pisum sativum var. macrocarpon), also known as sugarsnap peas, are a cultivar group of edible-podded peas that differ from snow peas in that their pods are round as opposed to flat. The name mangetout (French for “eat all”) can apply both to snap peas and snow peas.
Name: Parsley Italian PlainDescription : Italian or flat-leaf parsley (P. crispum var. Neapolitanum) has flat, dark green leaves with a strong, coarse flavor and edible, succulent stems. Both curly leaf and Italian are used in cooking, but the flavor of the Italian is preferable.
Name: Parsley CurlyDescription : Curly leaf parsley (P. crispum) has leaves that curl into small frilly leaflets. It is often used as a garnish and is the variety most commonly sold even though it has less flavor than Italian parsley.
Name: Parsley Triple CurledDescription : Closely curled dark-green leaves. Nutritious fast-growing uniform strain. Parsley is high in vitamins and minerals. Holds very well at harvesting stage. A favorite! (Biennial grown as an annual). The triple-curled leaves form a frilly canopy atop 10- to 12-inch plants, keeping their crisp texture and bright green color amazingly well…
Name: Parsley Italian SingleDescription : Flat-leaved variety used in salad dressings, poultry, soups and as an ingredient of pesto. Flavor is much more pronounced than that of the more familiar curled type.
Name: Onions RedDescription : Red onions, sometimes called purple onions, are cultivars of the onion with purplish red skin and white flesh tinged with red. These onions tend to be medium to large in size and have a mild to sweet flavor.
Name: OnionsDescription : The onion is any of a variety of plants in the genus Allium, specifically Allium cepa. Allium cepa is also known as the “garden onion” or “bulb” onion.
Name: Lettuce RomaineDescription : Romaine lettuce, also known as cos lettuce, is a type of lettuce (and a vegetable) that is characterized by dark green leaves that grow upright and curl inward from lighter colored stems. These leaves are particularly fragile compared to other types of lettuce and are often damaged in shipment, making it…
Name: Lettuce Red RomaineDescription : A colorful romaine lettuce with leaves in shades of red, bronze and green. Flavor is somewhat tart and spicy. Best color and flavor are achieved when grown in the cooler parts of the growing season.
Name: Lettuce Red leafDescription : Red leaf lettuce is a form of loose-leaf lettuce, very comparable to green leaf lettuce. It packs a high nutritional value, far superior to iceberg lettuce, into very few calories, about 15 per a 12-ounce (340.2 grams) serving. Additionally, red leaf lettuce is an excellent source of beta carotene, which…
Name: Lettuce Mesclun MixDescription : This lettuce is easy to grow, as seeds germinate in cool weather, even as low as 40∞ F. Mesclun mixed lettuce grows well indoors using growlights or in a greenhouse, or season extenders such as a cold frame. The lettuce seeds sprout in about a week, although some of the…
Name: Lettuce LeafDescription : Leaf lettuce is a lettuce with an open growth habit, which forms loose clusters of leaves rather than a tight head of lettuce. There are a number of varieties of leaf lettuce including red leaf lettuce and butter lettuce.
Name: Lettuce IcebergDescription : Iceberg lettuce is a variety of crisphead lettuce which is widely consumed across the world. It is characterized by tightly furled, crunchy leaves and a mild, sometimes watery flavor. There are many uses for iceberg lettuce, including salads, some ethnic cuisine, and garnishes.
Name: Lettuce ButtercrunchDescription : ‘Buttercrunch’ is a butterhead lettuce generally ready to harvest 70 days after sowing. Similar to the bibb types, this letuce differs in its thick green leaves and small, tight head. It maintains its sweetness well when grown in the heat of summer, like other buttercrunches. Goes into fall without bolting.
Name: Lettuce BibbDescription : Bibb lettuce, also known as limestone lettuce, is a variety of butterhead lettuce with loose, delicate, and crisp but tender leaves. It was first grown by Jack Bibb, a Kentucky amateur horticulturist, in the late 1800s, which is where its name originated. However, it is also known as limestone lettuce due…
Name: LeekDescription : Leeks are root vegetables that look quite similar to onions, to which they are related. Their flavor is onion-like but much milder.
Name: KohlrabiDescription : Kohlrabi produces a turnip-like bulb of 2-4 inches in diameter above the ground. The plant grows best in mild climates and is resistant to low temperature. Kohlrabi matures about 65 days after transplanting into open field.
Name: KaleDescription : Kale or borecole is a form of cabbage (Brassica oleracea Acephala Group), green or purple, in which the central leaves do not form a head. It is considered to be closer to wild cabbage than most domesticated forms.
Name: Gagoots Italian Snake GourdDescription : Italian Snake Gourd. This is one of the rare gourds that is actually edible. If harvested slightly immature, the fleshy interior can be prepared similar to eggplant.
Name: EscaroleDescription : Escarole, or broad-leaved endive (var latifolia) has broad, pale green leaves and is less bitter than the other varieties. Varieties or names include broad-leaved endive, Bavarian endive, Batavian endive, grumolo, scarola, and scarole.
Name: Eggplant WhiteDescription : Creamy white in color, this eggplant has a tough skin with smooth flesh. It can be prepared in much the same way as the common variety. White eggplant has a mild flavor with little trace of bitterness. For freshness, choose a solid vegetable with glossy skin.
Name: Eggplant Japanese LongDescription : The Japanese long, slender eggplant is great for small servings. Slice lengthwise and grill or bake. We used Japanese eggplant for our Eggplant Parmesan. Also you can slice thin and use to wrap other ingredients.
Name: Eggplant IchibanDescription : The Ichiban or Japanese variety of eggplant differs from the regular eggplant only in its size and shape. Regular eggplants are, after all, egg shaped. Ichiban eggplants are long and slender.
Name: Eggplant Japanese LongDescription : The Japanese long, slender eggplant is great for small servings. Slice lengthwise and grill or bake. We used Japanese eggplant for our Eggplant Parmesan. Also you can slice thin and use to wrap other ingredients.Name: Eggplant Satin BeautyDescription : Deep blackish-purple, uniform, egg-shaped fruit. Earlier and somewhat smaller than Black…
Name: Egg Plant Purple BeautyDescription : Suitable for growing in different soil and climatic conditions, showing an excellent behavior under tropical conditions and high temperatures. High yielding eggplant variety with long (22 cm), bright black-purple color fruits that weight around 250 gram each. Plants are very strong and vigorous (100-120 cm tall) with an extended…
Name: Cucumber PicklingDescription : A pickled cucumber (commonly known as a pickle in Australia, Canada, and the United States) is a cucumber that has been pickled in a brine, vinegar, or other solution and left to ferment for a period of time, by either immersing the cucumbers in an acidic solution or through souring by…
Name: Cucumber HybridDescription : A dark-green, long and slender cucumber. A smooth and extremely straight cucumber. This plant is compact and vigorous. A very early type. A slicing cucumber with excellent flavor. Disease resistance: Angular leaf spot, scab, cucumber mosaic virus. Harvest in 52 days.
Name: Cucumber BushDescription : Cucumbers are a popular and versatile garden vegetable. They are relatively easy to grow, and there are many different varieties to choose from. Cucumbers are delicious eaten alone, and they are a tasty addition to tossed salads, main dishes, and appetizers.
Name: Cucumber BurplessDescription : Burpless cucumbers have become very popular as they are less likely to cause indigestion, stomach pains or heartburn. These slender cucumbers require no peeling as the skin is soft and tender.
Name: Cucumber Sweet SuccessDescription : Sweet Success is a truly seedless, burpless garden cucumber so high-performing it won an AAS award. Slender, 14-inch fruits are terrifically flavorful and free of bitterness, with thin, smooth skin. Vigorous plant sets fruit without pollination; if other cucumber varieties are near, it may pollinate, in which case a few…
Name: Cucumber Homemade PicklesDescription : The cucumber (Cucumis sativus) is a widely cultivated plant in the gourd family Cucurbitaceae, which includes squash, and in the same genus as the muskmelon. The cucumber is originally from India, and there are 3 main varieties of cucumber from which hundreds of different cultivars have emerged on the global…
Name: Corn Sweet YellowDescription : Sweet corn is also called sweetcorn, Indian corn, pole corn, sugar corn; pole corn is variety of maize with high sugar content. It is result of naturally -occurring mutation in genes that control conversion of the sugar to starch inside endosperm of corn kernel.
Name: Corn Sweet WhiteDescription : Open pollinated varieties of White Sweet Corn started to become widely available in the United States in the 19th century.
Name: Corn Silver QueenDescription : Silver Queen is a hybrid variety of sweet corn that is white in color. It is highly resistant to pests and disease. Corn will require a large amount of space to grow but is also a fairly quick growing crop. Silver queen corn is generally ready to harvest 92 days…
Name: CorianderDescription : Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) is an annual herb in the family Apiaceae. Coriander is native to southern Europe and North Africa to southwestern Asia. It is a soft, hairless plant growing to 50 centimetres (20 in) tall.
Name: CilantroDescription : An herb in the parsley family, cilantro refers to the flat green leaves and stems of the coriander plant. It has a lively, pungent aroma and a sharp parsley-citrus flavor that lends itself to the highly spiced foods of the Caribbean, Mexico and Asia. Very popular in China, the herb is also…
Name: CeleryDescription : Celery is a type of garden plant (Apium Graveolens) that grows in bunches of leaved ribs instead of one main stem. One of the most popular vegetables in the Western world, celery has an herbal, astringent flavor and succulent, crisp texture.
Name: CauliflowerDescription : Cauliflower is extremely high in vitamin C, in folate and potassium, in fiber, and as a part of the cruciferous family of vegetables, strengthens the immune system and has cancer-fighting properties that especially resonate in the lymphatic system.
Name: CarrotsDescription : A baby carrot is an immature carrot; a baby cut carrot, known popularly thanks to effective marketing also as a “baby carrot”, is a mature carrot that has been cut and peeled in the “baby-cut” style.
Name: CantaloupeDescription : Cantaloupes have significant amounts of Vitamins A and C, are a good source of potassium, and contain small amounts of many other minerals. The rind is rich in nutrients so the whole melon may be juiced.
Name: Cabbage RedDescription : The red cabbage is a sort of cabbage, also known as Red Kraut or Blue Kraut after preparation. Its leaves are coloured dark red/purple. However, the plant changes its colour according to the pH value of the soil, due to a pigment called anthocyanin .
Name: Brussel sproutsDescription : Brussels sprouts are very high in fiber, and they belong to the disease-fighting cabbage family. Indeed, they look like miniature cabbages.Name: Cabbage GreenDescription : Green cabbage is one of the most popular types of cabbage.
Name: Broccoli RaabDescription : Broccoli rabe isn’t simply a delicious vegetable. It’s packed full of antioxidants and Vitamin D, all contributing to a healthy lifestyle. Find out how to cook these inherently bitter greens to please your palate.
Name: BeetsDescription : Beets are a root crop with round red or gold flesh. Beet leaves are also edible.Name: BroccoliDescription : Broccoli is one of the healthiest foods you can eat, a real nutritional powerhouse. Along with a rich supply of vitamins and minerals, notably vitamin C, folate (folic acid), and potassium, it contains the…
Name: Beans BushDescription : Bush Beans stand erect without support. They yield well and require the least amount of work. Green bush beans were formerly called “string beans” because fiber developed along the seams of the pods.Name: Beans PoleDescription : Pole Beans require some type of support. Be sure the trellis, string, fence or whatever…
Name: Basil SweetDescription : Sweet basil is another easy to grow herb. Ours is growing in one of the same half barrels as the Ku Chai and Chives. The plants are growing prolifically and healthily. Sweet basil can be used for seasoning meat or combined with Tomatoes to form a pesto. It is an aromatic…
Name: ArugalaDescription : Arugula is an aromatic salad green. It is also known as rocket, roquette, rugula and rucola, and is popular in Italian cuisine.
Name: White BirchLatin Name : Betula populafuliaWidth : 20-30 Ft.Height : 20-30 Ft.Zone : 4-9Soil : Moist AcidLight conditions : Full SunWater : Average
Name: Weeping WillowLatin Name : Salix blandaWidth : 40-50 Ft.Height : 40-50 Ft.Zone : 4-8Soil : Moist NeutralLight conditions : Full SunWater : Average
Name: Weeping Purple BeechLatin Name : Fagus sylvatica purpurea pendulzWidth : 50 ftHeight : 40-50 Ft.Zone : 6aSoil : Well-Drained AcidLight conditions : Full SunWater : Average
Name: Sweet GumLatin Name : Liquidambar styracifulaWidth : 50-55 Ft.Height : 50-55 Ft.Zone : 3-5Soil : Moist NeutralLight conditions : full sunWater : Average
Name: Sunburst LocustLatin Name : Gleditsia inermis sunburstWidth : 30 – 40 feetHeight : 30-35 Ft.Zone : 3-9Soil : Well-Drained NeutralLight conditions : Full SunWater : Average
Name: Sugar MapleLatin Name : Acer saccharumWidth : 60′Height : 75′ – 100′ ftZone : 3-8Soil : Well-Drained NeutralLight conditions : Sun to Partial ShadeWater : Average
Name: Shade Master LocustLatin Name : Gleditsia inermis shademasterWidth : 40′Height : 50-75 feetZone : 5 – 8Soil : Well-Drained NeutralLight conditions : Full Sun – Partial SunWater : Average
Name: River BirchLatin Name :Width : 30-60ftHeight : 30-60ftZone : 4-9Soil : Moist AcidLight conditions : Full SunWater : Average
Name: Red OakLatin Name : Quercus rubraWidth : 80′Height : 60-75 Ft.Zone : 4-8Soil : Well DrainedLight conditions : Full SunWater : Average
Name: Red MapleLatin Name : Acer rubrumWidth : 25 to 45 ftHeight : 35-40 Ft.Zone : 4-9Soil : Well-Drained NeutralLight conditions : Full SunWater : Average
Name: Pin OakLatin Name : Quercus palustrisWidth : 80′Height : 60-75 Ft.Zone : 4-8Soil : Well DrainedLight conditions : Full SunWater : Average
Name: Little Leaf LindenLatin Name : Tilia cordataWidth : 50′ – 60′ FTHeight : 50′ – 60′ FTZone : 3 – 7Soil : well drainedLight conditions : Full SunWater : Average
Name: Ginkgo or MaidenhairLatin Name : Ginkgo bilobaWidth : 25′ – 50′ ftHeight : 25′ – 50′ ftZone : 3 – 8Soil : Well DrainedLight conditions : Full SunWater : Average
Name: Copper or Purple BeechLatin Name : Fagus sylvatica riversiiWidth : 45 ft.Height : 50 ft. to 60 ft.Zone : 5-10Soil : Well-Drained AcidLight conditions : Full Sun, Partial SunWater : Average
Name: What a PeachLatin Name : RosaWidth : 4-6 ft.Height : 4-6 ft.Zone : 5-9Soil : Well DrainedLight conditions : Full SunWater : Average
Name: WesterlandLatin Name : RosaWidth : 4-6 ft.Height : 6-8 ft.Zone : 5-9Soil : Well DrainedLight conditions : Full SunWater : Average
Name: TraviataLatin Name : RosaWidth : 4-6 ft.Height : 4-6 ft.Zone : 5-9Soil : Well DrainedLight conditions : Full SunWater : Average
Name: Tournement of RosesLatin Name : RosaWidth : 4-6 ft.Height : 4-6 ft.Zone : 5-9Soil : Well DrainedLight conditions : Full SunWater : Average
Name: Touch of Class – Hybrid Tea RoseLatin Name : Rosa hybrid teaWidth : 36-48 in.Height : 4-6 FeetZone : 5-10Soil : Well DrainedLight conditions : SunWater : Average
Name: Sweet DriftLatin Name : RosaWidth : up to 30″Height : up to 18″Zone : 5-9Soil : Well DrainedLight conditions : Full SunWater : Average
Name: Strike It Rich Cutting roseLatin Name : Rosa grandifloraWidth : 36-48 in.Height : 4-6 FeetZone : 5-10Soil : Well DrainedLight conditions : SunWater : Average
Name: ROSA ‘SUNSPRITE’Latin Name : Rosa floribundaWidth : 24-36 in.Height : 36-48 in.Zone : 5-10Soil : Well DrainedLight conditions : SunWater : Average
Name: Red DriftLatin Name : RosaWidth : 4-6 ft.Height : 4-6 ft.Zone : 5-9Soil : Well DrainedLight conditions : Full SunWater : Average
Name: Rainbow Sorbet – AARS Floribunda RoseLatin Name : Rosa floribundaWidth : 4-6 ft.Height : 4-6 ft.Zone : 5-10Soil : Well DrainedLight conditions : SunWater : Average
Name: Purple Splash NEWLatin Name : Rosa climbingWidth : 7-9 FeetHeight : 7-9 FeetZone : 7-9Soil : Well DrainedLight conditions : SunWater : Average
Name: Purple HeartLatin Name : RosaWidth : 36-48 in.Height : 6-8 ft.Zone : 5-10Soil : Well DrainedLight conditions : Full SunWater : Average