White Tomesol Tomato
An amazing heirloom that is bursting with fragrance and natural goodness that’s hard to beat, both sweet and rich. This tomato is an excellent slicing tomato.
Nasturtiums are a gardener's dream. They are virtually carefree once established. Snails and slugs don't seem to be interested in them. The leaves have a beauty of their own, reminiscent of water lily pads. Nasturtium seeds also have their place in the kitchen - they can be pickled and used in place of capers.
Red Rubin Basil
Red Rubin, originating from India has a stronger flavor than sweet basil and reddish-purple leaves, creating a unique look in salads. Red Rubin performs well in the garden and in patio containers with the perfect combination of ornamental appeal and intense, spicy flavor.
Lollo Rossa – Lettuce
Lollo Rosso, for which you pay premium prices for in the supermarket is one of the easiest, trouble free lettuces you can grow. It's a cut-and-come-again, if you pick the outer leaves, the plant will continue to grow. Given the right conditions this type of lettuce will produce leaves for three months or more.
This Heirloom variety of Romaine is compact and bright green, growing upright. The Compact size allows greater production for small gardens, superb sweet flavor. Heat and cold tolerant. Matures in about 50 days. A perfect base for any salad. Sprinkle a few leaves on or around any protein.
Purple Plum – Radish
Radish is a cool-season, fast-maturing, easy-to-grow vegetable. Garden radishes can be grown wherever there is sun and moist, fertile soil, even on the smallest city lot. Excellent for container gardening!