Planet Hybrid Pepper - A rare parthenocarpic pepper that sets fruit without pollination. Amazing yields over a long harvest period. Exceptionally sweet flavor - tasty fresh, grilled or roasted. Hefty, thick-walled, Italian bullhorn-type fruits 8 inches long and 2 1/2 inches across mature from green to red quickly, with flavor sweetest at the red stage. Has resistance to almost every disease that affects peppers.
Sweet Slice Hybrid Cucumber -A productive hybrid with mild flavor and no trace of bitterness - not a 'burp' in a bushel. Vigorous vines produce a heavy crop of slim, medium-dark green fruits 10 to 12 inches long. Flesh is pure white, crisp and tender with thin skin. Has excellent disease resistance.
Koshare Yellow Gourds - Named for Indian clown dancers. Some fruits will be solid green and others display bands of yellow. Fruits grow about 4-1/2 inches long. Vigorous, multi-stemmed bush plants are high-yielding and easy to pick.
Fanfare Hybrid Cucumber - Fanfare has many advantages that make standout. As a monoecious hybrid (produces both male and female flowers) yields are greater with better quality fruit over a longer period of time. The slim 8 to 9 inch uniform fruits are deep green with excellent texture and flavor. Has resistance to downy and powdery mildew, cucumber mosaic virus, anthracnose, angular leaf spot and scab. All this on manageable semi-dwarf plants. Adapts well to containers. 1994 AAS Winner.
Ruby Queen Beet -An heirloom favorite that will please the most critical gardener. Globe-shaped roots are smooth and uniform, deep red with no white rings or zones, very tender and sweet. Superb for pickling, bunching or canning. 1957 AAS Winner.
One Too Many Pumpkin - (PVP applied for) The pumpkin that looks like a bloodshot eyeball. There's a character in every crowd, and it's no different in the pumpkin patch. These 20 pound round to oblong fruits have a white background accented with midribs and stippled veins of red. The productive vines have good powdery mildew tolerance plus some virus tolerance.
Ping Tung Long Eggplant - Beautiful heirloom eggplant from Ping Tung, Taiwan. Slender fruits 12 inches long by 1 1/4 inches across have shiny, dark lavender skin. Start picking them at 8 inches for fabulous stir-fries. The plants are vigorous, heavy-yielding and disease resistant as well as tolerant to wet and hot conditions.
Cajun Belle Pepper - Cajun Belle Pepper The 2 inch to 3 inch by 3 1/2 inch bells have a sassy flavor that adds a little sizzle eaten fresh or for salsa. Fruits are ready to pick at the green stage up to 2 weeks earlier than others of this type, or if left on the plant their color changes to deep red. Compact and well-branched, 2 foot plants are very disease-resistant and highly productive. Can be grown in containers or the garden. Plant in full sun.
Boris Hybrid Pepper -Mild and sweet flavor, easy-to-pick habit. These long, blunt-tipped, sweet banana peppers are 8 inches long by 1 3/4 inches wide at the crowns with thick walls and pale yellow color that changes to red. Fruits are held higher on the plant than many of the type making harvest quick and easy. Resistant to Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus.
Strike Garden Pea -Super early, great tasting, exceptionally disease resistant. We liked everything about this pea - its flavor, earliness, high yields and long picking season. It has tolerance to Pythium root rot, an advantage if you plant in cold, wet soils, plus resistance to fusarium wilt. Bush plants grow 22 to 24 inches tall.
'Warm Summer' Coneflower: produces flowers for bouquets from June through August. It fills a garden bed with warm color -- just sow seeds and enjoy flowers later in the season. Name: Echinacea 'Warm Summer' Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: 30 inches tall, 18 inches wide Zones: 4-9 Grow It With: Black-eyed Susan Source: burpee.com