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Asparagus - Jersey Knight
Height: 5 - 6 Feet
Spread: 3 - 4 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
One of the New Jersey asparagus hybrids, an all-male variety, Jersey Knight is extremely vigorous, has large, succulent spears, and quickly attracts a loyal following. The flavor is excellent, and the plant is resistant to rust, crown rot and fusarium. It also performs equally well in heavy, clay-like soils.
Photo courtesy of Nourse Farms

Blueberry - Bluecrop
Height: 5 - 6 Feet
Spread: 3 - 4 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Fruits ripen in mid season and the harvest goes on for weeks. You need two kinds for cross-pollination, three being even better, and acidic soil. You'll have fresh blueberries for pies and preserves for many, many years.
Photo courtesy of Nourse Farms

Blueberry - Blueray
Height: 4 - 6 Feet
Spread: 3 - 4 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Blueray is an early-midseason blueberry variety that ripens in July. The large, dark-blue berries, with sweet, high-quality flavor, make Blueray an excellent choice for the home gardener. The bush is vigorous, productive, and winter-hardy. Plant with at least two other blueberry varieties to ensure adequate cross-pollination.
Photo courtesy of Nourse Farms

Blueberry - Elliott
Height: 4 - 6 Feet
Spread: 3 - 4 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Elliot blueberry plants are very productive and grow vigorously and upright. Elliott is considered the latest of all varieties, fruiting through September. This variety is winter hardy. Berries are medium-sized, firm and have a light-blue color. Fruit needs to be picked fully ripe for best taste. Plant with at least two other blueberry varieties to ensure adequate cross-pollination.
Photo courtesy of Nourse Farms

Blueberry - Northland
Height: 4 - 7 Feet
Spread: 4 - 6 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Northland is the most cold-hardy Highbush variety. It is easy to grow and adaptable to many different soil types. The berries are excellent for jams and baking because of their high sugar content.
Photo courtesy of Nourse Farms

Blueberry - Patriot
Height: 4 - 6 Feet
Spread: 5 - 8 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Patriot is an early variety released by the University of Maine, where growing seasons are short and winter hardiness is a must. This variety is vigorous and grows upright to a height of 4 to 6 feet. Patriot adapts to many different soil types and has performed better in heavier soil than some other varieties. The fruit is large and has very good flavor.
Photo courtesy of Nourse Farms

Broccoli - Destiny
Height: 12 - 18 Inches
Spread: 18 - 24 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Destiny is in the mid-early maturity class and performs well for fall harvest in the Desert Southwest. Dwarf plants produce broccoli with a nice smooth dome and round shape. Destiny has medium-small beads with good heat tolerance.
Photo courtesy of Aggie Horticulture

Broccoli - Packman
Height: 24 - 30 Inches
Spread: 18 - 24 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Packman isn't playing around -- you'll get enormous yields of giant 8-inch heads from these vigorous plants, plus plenty of smaller heads from robust side-shoot production! The delicious medium-to-small beads are densely-set on these domed heads, which extend above the foliage on the plant - the easiest ever to harvest! But the best thing about Packman Hybrid is its ability to withstand heat.
Photo courtesy of Park Seed

Brussel Sprouts - Long Island
Height: 24 Inches
Spread: 24 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
The semi-dwarf plants are stocky with leaves closely spaced, so there are lots of tasty sprouts on the short, self-supporting stems. Introduced at the end of the 19th century, this was once one of the most important commercial varieties. It's still a great pick today.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Cabbage - Chinese Blues
Height: 10 Inches
Spread: 12 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
There is something charming about growing vegetables in flower beds, and Chinese Blues cabbage is a wonderful one to try there. The Asian vegetable is both easy to grow and great on the dinner table. The cabbage bears a 10-inch head and shows off a contrasting white midrib.
Photo courtesy of American Meadows

Cabbage - Late Flat Dutch
Spacing: 24 - 36 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
The 'Late Flat Dutch Premium' Cabbage Plant is our most popular late variety. It produces heads weighing up to 30 pounds that store well. Late Flat Dutch heads are flat on top, just as the name indicates. It is an excellent cabbage for making sauerkraut.
Photo courtesy of American Meadows

Cabbage - Ruby Perfection
Spacing: 12 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Attractive, deep red heads are medium sized, dense and have a uniform high round shape. The 3 pound heads have great flavor and are slow to burst. Very flavorful and crisp, the red color enhances any salad or slaw. Harvest when the head is firm and brightly colored. Plant may form smaller side heads after the main head is harvested.
Photo courtesy of Log House Plants

Cabbage - Stonehead
Height: 12 - 18 Inches
Spread: 24 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
A nice-looking, round, late summer/autumn variety which produces compact, firm heads that have an excellent flavour. It stands well and should be ready for harvest from May to late October.
Photo courtesy of Southern States

Cabbage - Tasty Early
Spacing: 24 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Nice color with small, firm heads. It is among the earliest producers.
Photo courtesy of Grimes Horticulture

Cantaloupe - Athena
Spacing: 12 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Athena is an innovative hybrid cantaloupe that delivers the sweet flavor and texture consumers demand. Athena melons stay firm even when harvested at full slip.
Photo courtesy of Peoria Gardens

Cantaloupe - Avatar
Spacing: 12 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Avatar delivers flavorful orange flesh, fantastic sweet flavor, wonderful texture and a small seed cavity. This Eastern type melon produces early, heavy yields of large, 7-9 lb., oval fruits with a fine net. Turns from light green to yellow-tan when fully ripe. A popular farm market variety due to its high sugars and good eating quality. Though large and sweet, fruit will store well after harvest.
Photo courtesy of Sakata

Cauliflower - Cheddar
Spacing: 18 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
The domed heads measure about 4 to 7 inches wide and are very heavy, arising on vigorous plants. For best orange color, keep the heads untied during growth.
 

Cauliflower - Graffiti
Spacing: 18 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Graffiti is here to brighten the plate and jazz up the vegetable patch! This widely adapted, vigorous variety sets large heads of deep purple that keep their color even after cooking.
 

Cauliflower - Self Blanche
Spacing: 18 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
The leaves of the Self-Blanche Cauliflower will curl upward on their own, meaning there is usually no need to tie them. Pure white heads are fine-grained and taste great, perfect for eating raw, freezing, or pickling.
Photo courtesy of Generic Seeds

Cauliflower - Snow Crown
Spacing: 18 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Hybrid vigor and rapid growth makes Snow Crown one of the earliest and easiest cauliflowers to grow. It produces heads that are always mild and sweet. Its vigorous, rapid growth produces snow-white, 1 to 2 pound, fully domed heads that are 7-8 in. across over a long harvest.
Photo courtesy of Log House Plants

Celery - Golden Self Blanching
Spacing: 18 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Introduced in 1886 Celery Golden Self Blanching has stood the test of time and produces thick, crisp, juicy, deeply ribbed, aromatic stalks of celery with no hint of bitterness or stings. Golden Self Blanching is a strong disease resistant celery and if given a little light shading the juiciness and delicacy of taste will improve even further.
Photo courtesy of River Valley Seeds

Celery - Tango
Spacing: 18 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Tango Hybrid delivers yields and flavor like you've never seen before! The stalks are wonderfully crunchy and sweet, springing up from exceptionally vigorous, robust plants. Tolerance of Fusariums makes all the difference in the yields, which are superb. And they mature early, giving you a few more weeks of delicious celery-eating every season!
 

Cucumber - Bush Pickle
Spacing: 12 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
This compact plant produces very flavorful 4" green cucumbers. One of the best variety for making crisp whole dill pickles. If you make your own pickles, you have to try this variety!
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Cucumber - Fancipak
Spacing: 12 - 24 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Fancipak Hybrid Cucumber is specifically designed for pickling. The blocky, medium-green fruit matures in 52 days. Medium to large, gynoecious plants with dense foliage. This resilient variety is tolerant of cucumber mosaic, anthracnose, angular leaf, downy and powdery mildews and scab.
Photo courtesy of Southern States

Cucumber - Pick A Bushel
Spacing: 12 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Excellent heat tolerant pickling cucumber which can be picked at the gherkin or spear stage and processed. Semi-bush plants can be planted in the garden or in patio containers.
 

Cucumber - Straight Eight
Spacing: 6 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
A cucumber superstar, this classic has excellent flavor and is widely adapted. This heirloom, All-America Selections winner is a cuke for all seasons. Pick when 8" long for top flavor. For perfect cukes, grow them on a fence or trellis.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Cucumber - Tasty Bush Type
Spacing: 6 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Great space-saver in gardens and containers. Compact short vines are packed with disease tolerance against Mosaic Virus and Mildew. Fruit has a dark green rind and matures to about 8”. Good home garden slicer.
Photo courtesy of Grimes Horticulture

Cucumber Pickle - Tunnel Crop Crisp
Good cold resistance. Grow in high tunnels to extend the harvest season. These green and white ribbed fruits grow to about 3"-4" long.
Photo courtesy of Chiot's Run

Cucumber Slicer - Tunnel Crop Green
Good disease resistance and very cool weather tolerant. Fruit is a medium green color and can be harvested at 10"-12" in length.
Photo courtesy of Log House Plants

Eggplant - Black Beauty
Spacing: 16 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Over 100 years old, this 1902 introduction was an immediate hit because the plants ripened perfect fruits dramatically earlier than other varieties. It became the common market eggplant of today. Harvested fresh, however, makes all the difference.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Garlic - Bulb
Garlic is a member of the allium family. It is an ancient bulbous vegetable. It’s easy to grow and requires very little space in the garden. Garlic grows from individual cloves broken off from a whole bulb. Each clove will multiply in the ground, forming a new bulb that consists of 5-10 cloves. Garlic tastes great roasted or used as a flavoring in many recipes.
Photo courtesy of De Groot, Inc

Gourds - Small Formula Blend
Spacing: 36 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
This attractive mix is a colorful blend or fancy small type gourds, with a few plain types mixed in. Popular types like Spoon, Pear Bicolor, Shenot Crown of Thorns are included along with many different and colorful warted types.
Photo courtesy of Harris Seeds

Ground Cherry
Spacing: 12 - 18 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Huge yields of tart-sweet berries. This is the common type used by the Pilgrims; excellent for pies, jams, and preserves of all kinds; also delicious fresh. The fruit grow inside a paper-like husk (the same as Tomatillos). Grow it the same as you would tomatoes.
Photo courtesy of eatmontreal.ca

Horseradish Crowns
Horseradish is adapted to the north and is not suited for southern planting except in high altitudes. One plant is quite large and will need a big area in the garden. Not much is needed for the average family, and a few plants will provide roots for an ample supply of grated or ground horseradish.
Photo courtesy of De Groot, Inc

Kale - Blue Vates
Spacing: 12 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Low, compact plants with finely curled, bluish-green leaves. Usually stands winter weather with some protection. Good cooked or fresh in salads. Grows best in cool weather. Can be grown as a spring or fall crop.
Photo courtesy of Eden Brothers

Kohlrabi - Grand Duke
Spacing: 6 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Perhaps the hardiest of garden vegetables, it will grow long after your other garden vegetables have succumbed to the cold and frost. Kohlrabi produces a bulb above the ground that swells into this tender, sweet tasting vegetable. Harvest when about 4 inches. The mild sweet cabbage like flavor and crisp texture is great steamed or sautéed.
Photo courtesy of Park Seed

Kohlrabi - Kossak
Spacing: 12 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
If your county fair were to hold a Kohlrabi-growing contest, all the winners would be Kossaks! They top out at about 8 to 10 inches across! Now, you'd expect a big loss of texture and flavor for all that extra flesh, but amazingly not. Kossak is actually tastier than the smaller varieties, with not a trace of the "woodiness" to which older bulbs sometimes fall prey.
Photo courtesy of Park Seed

Sun Needs:
Leeks - Large American Flag
Spacing: 6 Inches
Full Sun
The American Flag leek is a popular variety for gardening because of it's hardiness and ability to overwinter in mild climates. The sweet onion-like stems grow up to 9" long. American Flag leeks are great for salad, stews and soups.
Photo courtesy of Generic Seeds

Lettuce - Buttercrunch
Spacing: 8 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
This extremely popular lettuce has a luscious, buttery texture. The soft heads are creamy yellow inside and have some heat resistance. Best in cooler regions. Protect from heat with shade cloth. Likes fertile soil, ample water. Best when picked minutes before your meal.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Lettuce - Great Lakes 659
Spacing: 8 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
This plant produces large crisp heads of dark green lettuce. It is stronger, larger, and more uniform than other Great Lakes varieties. Excellent flavor and perfect for salads and sandwiches. Very slow to bolt! Heat Resistant and disease resistant.
 

Lettuce - Gourmet Romaine
Spacing: 8 - 10 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
The gardener's favorite, and no wonder -- you can't beat these mildly-flavored, slightly savoyed leaves for dense growth and good adaptability to anything Nature throws their way.
 

Lettuce - Salad Bowl
Spacing: 8 - 10 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Crisp and tender with a sweet flavor. Large, deeply lobed, green leaves. Slow to bolt, non-heading. All-America Selections winner. GARDEN HINTS: Lettuce grows best in cool weather. Thinnings make delicious extra-early salads.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Lettuce - Tasty Gourmet Mix
Spacing: 8 - 10 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Make your salad mix stand out from the crowd. Ruffled edges and unique leaf shapes provide loft, interesting texture, good shelf life, and fancy appearance. Includes varieties such as Freckles Romaine, Green Deer Tongue, Red Fire, Red Salad Bowl, and Salad Bowl.
Photo courtesy of Valley Seed Company

Lettuce - Tasty Red Leaf
Spacing: 8 - 10 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
These red wavy leaves are tasty on their own or mixed in with others. It makes a delicious and beautiful addition to any garden.
 

Onion - Ailsa Craig
Spacing: 4 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Very well-known globe-shaped heirloom onion that reaches really huge sizes — 5 lbs is rather common! Ailsa Craig has a distinct advantage over regular Spanish varieties in earliness and cool weather tolerance.
 

Onion - Candy
Spacing: 4 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Candy is a newer variety providing a sweet onion for mid and northern gardeners. Produces a very large globe-shaped onion with an excellent tasting white-colored flesh. An intermediate day variety that will grow well from Oklahoma to the Canadian border. Candy has taken American gardens by storm! No matter where you live, you can grow this huge, savory yellow onion, with thick, succulent flesh and a delicious flavor both sharp and sweet!
Photo courtesy of Home Farmer

Onion - Tasty Red
Spacing: 6 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Tasty Red reaches about 5 inches in diameter, very hard with solidly packed rings of deep red enclosed in a tight skin. A delicious addition to any savory meal.
 

Onion - Tasty Yellow
Spacing: 4 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
These round, yellow globes have a wonderful pungent scent and store well. Perfect for any savory dish you can imagine.
 

Onion - Walla Walla
Spacing: 6 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Famous for its mild flavor, this long-day sweet onion was a mainstay at our farm market. The only northern onion ever to match the famous Vidalia types for quality. Well grown bulbs can reach 2 lb. apiece and will store 2-3 months.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Onion - White Sweet Spanish
Spacing: 4 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Mild, sweet and tasty, White Sweet Spanish produces onions with attractive, white flesh and thin necks in less than four months. These onions are best sautéed when fresh and not stored for too long.
 

Peas - Little Marvel
Spacing: 2 - 3 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Little Marvel Peas are a long-time favorite that are great for smaller garden spaces. The compact plants get about 18-20” and don’t need to be staked. The pods are about 3” long. Enjoy these sweet peas fresh, frozen, or canned.
Photo courtesy of Urban Farmer

Pepper - Anaheim *HOT*
Spacing: 12 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Green fruits turn deep red when ripe. Use these pungent peppers fresh or dried. CAUTION: Use rubber gloves or clean hot peppers under running water to avoid skin burn from the juice.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Pepper - Big Red
Spacing: 12 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Very sweet thick flesh pepper turning from green to red. Fruits are 3 to 4 lobed 4 inch bells. Excellent for fresh market and home gardens. Great in salads, soups, stews, relishes and for pickling or stuffing. Peppers are a tender, warm-season vegetable.
Photo courtesy of Swallowtail Garden

Pepper - Blushing Beauty
Spacing: 18 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Very sweet thick flesh pepper turning from green to red. Fruits are 3 to 4 lobed 4 inch bells. Excellent for fresh market and home gardens. Great in salads, soups, stews, relishes and for pickling or stuffing. Peppers are a tender, warm-season vegetable.
 

Pepper - California Wonder
Spacing: 12 - 18 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Large yields of mostly 4 lobed, thick-walled fruit that is mild and sweet. A heavy-bearing, disease-resistant, vigorous plant with a crisp, mild flavor and terrific sweetness. They mature from green to red on the plant, and are great for stuffing.
Photo courtesy of Luurtsema Sales, Inc.

Pepper - Cayenne *HOT*
Spacing: 24 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
The famously hot and pungent pepper is most often dried, Cayenne, powdered or flakes, serves as a multi-purpose spice. The South American pepper's 4"-6" long, 1//2" thin fruits, slightly hotter than jalape¤os, have a multitude of uses, whether fresh, canned or pickled; excellent steeped in oil or vinegar for flavorful condiments.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Pepper - Colossal
Spacing: 24 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
The 'Colossal' Sweet Pepper Plant produces the biggest bell peppers on the market today with fruit averaging 6 inches long and 6 inches wide. Each bell pepper is grown vertically on the plant so their shape is not distorted; instead they are thick, strong-walled and perfectly shaped. The Colossal peppers turn from medium green to a bright red when they are mature.
Photo courtesy of Seedman

Pepper - Fooled You Jalapeno
Spacing: 18 - 24 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Plant produces good yields of 3 ¼" long by 1" wide peppers. Peppers turn from green to red when mature. Plant has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers. The first Jalapeno pepper with absolutely NO HEAT! Excellent for salsa, sauces, pickling, and stir fry.
Photo courtesy of Homegrown Gourmet

Pepper - Habanero *HOT*
Spacing: 18 - 24 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
The famous 10-alarm pepper from the Caribbean. Habanero has a delicious, pungent, smoky quality unlike any other pepper; many people find its flavor and aroma irresistible in sauces and salsas.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Pepper - Hungarian Wax *HOT*
Spacing: 12 - 18 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Heat-lovers, here's another Mexican favorite used in a variety of dishes, from salsas to soups, with a distinctive, pungent flavor. Large 2-3' plants produce fruits about 5" long that start out bright yellow and turn red as they mature. They make great pickled peppers.
Photo courtesy of Park Seed

Pepper - Hungarian Wax Sweet
Spacing: 12 - 18 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Sweet Hungarian Wax Peppers are a creamy-yellow translucent color that will turn to an orange then red when mature. Great pickled or used in salads.
Photo courtesy of Park Seed

Pepper - Jalapeno *HOT*
Spacing: 12-18 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Dark green, medium-hot, thick-walled peppers 3" long, 1" wide, with rounded tips. Matures to dark red. CAUTION: Use rubber gloves or clean hot peppers under running water to avoid skin burn from the pepper juice.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Pepper - Poblano (Ancho) *HOT*
Spacing: 18 - 24 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Called Ancho when dried, Poblano when fresh. This is one of the most popular peppers grown in Mexico. Plants grow to 2½ ft. tall. Fully ripened, red fruits are much hotter and flavorful than the earlier picked green ones.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Pepper - Purple Beauty
One of the best variety of purple peppers, Purple Beauty is highly productive and will produce crisp fruits with thick flesh. Delicious and beautiful, it will add colors to your salads.
Photo courtesy of Ozark Locally Grown

Pepper - Tasty Golden
Spacing: 12 - 24 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Plant produces good yields of 4" long sweet bell peppers. Peppers turn from green to yellow when mature.
 

Pepper - Tasty Orange
Spacing: 12 - 24 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
This blocky four lobe fruit average 4 ½ in. They mature from a dark green to a bright tangerine orange. They make a colorful addition to soups, salads, stuffings, and meals.
 

Pepper - Tasty Purple
Spacing: 12 - 24 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
This is a purple coloured Sweet Pepper, turning almost black in fact. This large block type is thick walled, 3-4 lobed, and 3½ inches in length. Makes an interesting addition to your salad bowl.
 

Pumpkin - Dill's Atlantic Giant®
Spacing: 5 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Given the right conditions—proper care and attention, full-sun location; soil that's deeply tilled, high in humus, has adequate moisture and with a pH of 6.5-7.0—your pumpkins can range in the vicinity of 200 lb.
Photo courtesy of Howard Dill Enterprises

Pumpkin - Howden
Spacing: 5 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
The Howden is a consistent pumpkin with round symmetrical fruits that store well. The pumpkins have a thick hard rind and lots of flesh, making it a great carving pumpkin. The Howden grows up to 25 pounds and has strong stems.
Photo courtesy of Generic Seeds

Pumpkin - New England Pie
Spacing: 5 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
The New England Pie pumpkin’s stringless flesh has a higher dry matter content, cooking down easily for thick pumpkin filling, which makes for pies of superior consistency. Dark orange skin with light ribbing and well attached handles are very attractive as well as delicious.
 

Pumpkin - Spooktacular
Spacing: 5 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
The bright orange Spooktacular Pumpkin is not as spooky as it sounds. With a sturdy stem, these pumpkins weigh 3lb to 5lb and grow to 5" or 6" tall. They're a perfect early harvest variety with a firm, smooth interior that make them great for baking.
Photo courtesy of Dragonfly Farms

Raspberry - Boyne
Spacing: 2 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Boyne is an early-season variety that is extremely winter hardy. Fruits are medium size and tremendously flavorful when they open in the middle of July. An excellent choice for fresh eating, canning, freezing and desserts.
Photo courtesy of Greenwood Nursery

Raspberry - Heritage
Spacing: 3 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Heritage is a widely planted everbearing variety is favored for fruit size, flavor and firmness. Bears a moderate early crop with heavy yields in late summer and fall.
Photo courtesy of Nourse Farms

Raspberry - Jewel
Spacing: 3 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Jewel is a customer favorite with large black raspberries that are shiny black, sweet and flavorful. These disease resistant, early ripening plants are an excellent choice for use in jams and jellies. Jewel is winter hardy and a very reliable choice.
Photo courtesy of Nourse Farms

Raspberry - Latham
Spacing: 3 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
This reliable favorite Junebearer ripens mid season and is long harvesting. Latham red berries are large, firm and attractive. Vigorous, productive canes and excellent fruit with a sweet flavor make this a garden favorite.
Photo courtesy of Nourse Farms

Rhubarb - Canada Red
Rhubarb 'Canada Red' is Great for PIES! Naturally Sweet n Red! 'Canada Red' Rhubarb features juicy stalks that are cherry-red clear through. It keeps its color when cooked. Stalks are high in sugar and tender with no need to peel. Plants are hardy perennials and suitable for northern zones. Very easy to grow and trouble free. One plant will supply you with enough fruit for many pies and jam.
Photo courtesy of De Groot, Inc

Squash - Burgess Buttercup
Spacing: Space hills 4 Feet apart
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Thick orange flesh cooks dry and sweet. Dark green skinned, turban-shaped fruits have white stripes. Fruits are 4 ½" x 6 ½". Stores well.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Squash - Bush Delicata
Spacing: Space hills 3 - 4 Feet apart
Sun Needs: Full Sun
If you have never eaten a Delicata squash,this is the one to grow. The sweet flesh is fine textured without any coarse strings. Extremely long shelf life and will store well into the winter months. Compact bush habit requires less garden space.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Squash - Early Prolific Straightneck
Spacing: 18 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
The Early Prolific Straightneck squash is a consistent club shaped fruit. The fruits are plentiful with somewhat rough yellow skin. Fruits are best at about 4"-7" long. The Early Prolific Straightneck squash is an All-American Selection winner.
Photo courtesy of Generic Seeds

Squash - Monster Acorn
Spacing: 18 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
The flesh of this giant acorn is a sweet golden yellow that turns more orange in storage and the rind is dark green and ribbed.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Squash - Spaghetti
Spacing: 24 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
The fruit's interior is a very healthy alternative to spaghetti. Can be stored several months in a cool, dry place.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Squash - Summer Sunburst
Spacing: 24 Inches
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Sunburst is a beautiful butter yellow scallop-type squash. Each fruit is accented with a small dark green ring. The mild, white flesh remains tender and firm. Best used when harvested and eaten at around 3" across.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Squash - Waltham Butternut
Spacing: 4 - 6 Feet
Sun Needs: Full Sun
This is a delicious butternut with improved fruit uniformity and increased yields. Interior is solid and dry. Excellent for storing.
Photo courtesy of E & M Seeds

Strawberry - Allstar
Height: 12 Inches
Spread: 22 - 24 Inches
Allstar is the largest strawberry that has that sweet, good-ol' strawberry flavor! With an almost perfect strawberry shape, this Junebearer has become a major variety during the late mid-season time.
 

Strawberry - Fort Laramie
Height: 3 - 6 Inches
Spread: 12 - 15 Inches
With Fort Laramie strawberries you'll harvest your first berries this very summer. This Everbearing fruit has good texture and excellent yields.
 

Strawberry - Honeoye
Height: 12 Inches
Spread: 22 - 24 Inches
This large, sweet as Honey Junebearing variety is the best for freezing! Honeoye also has a beautiful red color and it is a fantastic yielder!
 

Strawberry - Ozark Beauty
Height: 12 Inches
Spread: 12 - 15 Inches
Ozark Beauty is a long time favorite and is excellent for preserves or freezing. The absolute hardiest, most vigorous and one of the heaviest producing everbearing plants.
 

Tomato - Amish Paste
Spacing: 24 - 36 Inches
A multitalented heirloom paste tomato from Wisconsin well-suited for paste, or as a slicing tomato. Acorn-shaped, the very large 8"-12" fruits are deep red, thick-fleshed and nearly seedless.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Tomato - Arkansas Traveler
Spacing: 24 - 36 Inches
This 100-year-old heirloom favorite hailing from the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas produces goodly numbers of rich flavorful tomatoes. Deep pink when ripe, the round 6-8 oz. fruits' artful balance of sweetness and tartness accounts for its standing as one of the very best heirloom varieties.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Tomato - Beefmaster
Spacing: 36 Inches
A mouth-watering giant red tomato, Beefmaster Hybrid routinely wins the size award at county fairs and contests. This massive beefsteak-type is not only huge but very heavy-bearing, with stunning yields over a long season on indeterminate vines.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Tomato - Beefsteak
Spacing: 36 Inches
Large, ribbed fruits, 1-2 lb. each, are produced on indeterminate vines. These solid, meaty and juicy tomatoes make an excellent slicer.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Tomato - Better Boy
Spacing: 36 Inches
Large, delicious, bright red, high yielding fruits are borne in abundance starting midseason and continuing to frost. Good foliage protection prevents sun scald. Better Boy is highly adaptable and thrives in most climates and has very good disease resistance.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Tomato - Big Beef
Spacing: 36 Inches
Big Beef Tomatoes produce extra large “beefy” fruit with a true homegrown flavor. They will produce award winning fruit all season.
Photo courtesy of Bonnie Plants

Tomato - Big Boy
Spacing: 36 Inches
This plant's incredible productivity and gorgeous, perfect, large red fruit made it an instant hit. What's kept Big Boy tomato a best-selling tomato all these years is the wonderful aroma and rich flavor. The fruits weigh in 10 oz. with many reaching 1 lb. or more. Healthy, indeterminate vines produce all summer long.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Tomato - Bush Champion
Spacing: 36 Inches
Bush Champion’ is an exceptionally early, round fruit on compact plant. While this special variety grows only 24 inches tall, they yield plenty of big, meaty tomatoes that weigh in at 8 to 12 ounces. Their flavor is excellent, and the plants thrive in almost any type of climate.
Photo courtesy of Ball Seed

Tomato - Bush Early Girl
Spacing: 24 - 36 Inches
The earlier, the better. These extra-large, extra-early tomatoes grow on a true bush. The 4" across tasty red fruits are much bigger than Early Girl and ripen just 2 days later. The 18" plants are amazingly compact and self-supporting, yet productive. Multiple disease resistances.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Tomato - Bush Goliath
Spacing: 24 - 36 Inches
For such a compact plant, Bush Goliath produces surprisingly large, 3 to 4 inch, sweet tomatoes on determinate vines consistently through summer and until frost.
Photo courtesy of Bonnie Plants

Tomato - Celebrity
Spacing: 24 - 36 Inches
Large, glossy tomatoes with light green shoulders. Blossoms and fruit develop on the vine at the same time. The harvest time is short - 7 to 10 days. Plants are self-topping and seldom need staking; best when caged.
Photo courtesy of Ball Seed

Tomato - Champion II
Spacing: 24 - 36 Inches
Think Tomato sandwiches while you watch these large, round red fruits ripen on the vine. The juicy flesh of 'Champion' is sweet, meaty, and relatively seed-free. Bigger than 'Early Girl' and earlier than 'Better Boy'.
Photo courtesy of White Flower Farm

Tomato - Early Boy
Spacing: 24 - 36 Inches
The Early Boy tomatoes is among the most early to mature. Indeterminate vines and outstanding disease control make this plant an easy one to grow. Tomatoes are perfect for salads, sandwiches and just about anything else you can think of.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Tomato - Early Girl
Spacing: 36 Inches
This may be the most all-round popular hybrid to satisfy that itch for the first fresh tomato of the season. Use them for slicing on a plate, into a salad, or on a sandwich. This is a proven all-round early hybrid. Use it to jump start your harvest. Early Girl bears lots of fruit for early harvest, but because the vines are indeterminate, they continue producing through summer.
Photo courtesy of Popsugar

Tomato - First Pick
Spacing: 36 Inches
Expect sweet, early fruit, and a lot of them! Tomatoes are set on trusses of up to 8 - 10 fruit per truss. Indeterminate vines mean plenty of fruit throughout the summer.
 

Tomato - Goliath
Spacing: 36 Inches
Tall plant produces tremendous yields of large 1 lb bright red tomatoes. This beautiful tomatoes have a sweet luscious flavor and a virtually blemish-free exterior. One of the best early varieties on the market. Very flavorful. Excellent for salads and sandwiches.
Photo courtesy of Bonnie Plants

Tomato - Hillbilly
Spacing: 24 - 36 Inches
High yielding plants produce large 1-2 pound orange-yellow beefsteak tomatoes with red and pink streaks. Tomatoes are low acid and have a great mild tasting flavor that is sweet and juicy. Excellent slicing variety. Excellent in salads, and on sandwiches, sliced up fresh. This variety is a heavy producer all season.
Photo courtesy of Life Seed Company

Tomato - Husky Cherry Red
Spacing: 36 Inches
This super sweet cherry tomato is a best seller because of its flavor, productivity, and good looks. If you like to snack on cherry tomatoes, this is a great choice. One of the popular "Husky" series developed especially for home gardens, the plant is stout, dark green and really pretty.
Photo courtesy of Tomato Growers Supply Company

Tomato - Juliet
Spacing: 36 Inches
Clusters of juicy, red, elongated tomatoes on long, vigorous vines. Less cracking than other cherry types. All-America Selections Winner. Blossoms and fruit develop progressively, and the harvest lasts several months; best when staked.
Photo courtesy of Ball Seed

Tomato - La Roma
Spacing: 24 - 36 Inches
Hybrid bush produces exceptionally early prolific yields of tasty 3 -4oz (85 – 113 gr) fruit. This bright red tomato is plum shaped with thick walls and very few seeds in the flesh. La Roma is a paste-type of tomato that is suitable for canning or for sauces. Vigorous and uniform plant.
Photo courtesy of Ball Seed

Tomato - Lemon Boy
Spacing: 36 Inches
Unique, lemon yellow skin. Blossoms and fruit develop progressively, and the harvest lasts several months; best when staked.
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Tomato - Marglobe
Spacing: 24 - 36 Inches
This old variety was released by USDA in 1925 and has heavy, vigorous vines that produce high yields of large (8-10 oz.), uniform, globe-shaped fruit. It is one of the first disease-resistant varieties and has good resistance to Verticillium and Fusarium wilts; it served as a source of resistance in Rutgers tomato. Plants are determinate and fruits ripen all at once, making Marglobe a good canning tomato.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Tomato - Park's Beefy Boy
Spacing: 24 - 30 Inches
We can thank superior breeding for these gigantic beefsteak-type fruits that have achieved the perfect combination of delicious flesh that is more solid than jell, awe-inspring size and exceptional taste. So easy to grow, too! Deep red, 12 to 16 oz. fruits are round and smooth, ripening uniformly. Highly disease resistant.
Photo courtesy of Totally Tomatoes

Tomato - Park's Whopper
Spacing: 36 Inches
Earlier and tastier than the original Whopper, with big red, 4" fruits that feature improved disease and crack-resistance, as well as a more uniform fruit size. You'll start harvesting in just 65 days, and keep picking right until frost! A popular choice for fresh market and home garden. Vigorous, stocky plants.
Photo courtesy of Totally Tomatoes

Tomato - Patio
Spacing: 18 - 24 Inches
Introducing this smaller variety, perfect to grow in pots or limited garden space. Deep oblate shape with determinate dwarf vine. Fusarium Wilt tolerant.
Photo courtesy of America's Seed and Belting

Tomato - Red Cherry Large
Spacing: 24 - 36 Inches
Sweet, juicy bite sized and delicious 1.25" fruit are bourne in absolute abundance on long indeterminate vines. Great tomato. Plants are vigorous and need staking. Good fresh in salads or for use in pickling and relish. Extremely productive plants. Great full flavor.
Photo courtesy of Eden Brothers

Tomato - Sungold
Spacing: 36 Inches
Beautiful golden orange fruits are borne in large clusters. Great for snacking even a week before fully mature, with a sweet flavor. Blossoms and fruit develop progressively, and the harvest lasts several months; best when staked.
Photo courtesy of Ball Seed

Tomato - Sunstart
Spacing: 30 - 36 Inches
Sunstart is an early vine ripe variety with a compact plant that has the potential for 1-2 high yielding harvests of large to extra- large, deep oblate-shaped fruit. Determinate.
Photo courtesy of Ball Seed

Tomato - SunSugar
Spacing: 36 Inches
A medium-sized, orange ripening cherry tomato, sought after for its intense sweet flavor. The fruits grow to a bit under an inch wide, with a thin skin that is very crack resistant. Sun Sugar plants fruit in huge quantities, with a single plant often bearing hundreds of fruits in a single season.
Photo courtesy of Bonnie Plants

Tomato - Suoer Sweet 100
Spacing: 36 Inches
Early-season, home gardener favorite performs well in most tomato growing areas. Tasty, round cherry tomatoes are jointed with green shoulders. Blossoms and fruit develop progressively, and the harvest lasts several months; best when staked.
Photo courtesy of Ball Seed

Tomato - Viva Italia
Spacing: 36 Inches
Vigorous plants yield an abundance of 3 oz. fruits that make outstanding soups and ketchup. Try the Viva Italia hybrid tomato in your next tomato soup or homemade ketchup.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Tomato - Wisconsin 55
Spacing: 18 - 24 Inches
Bred by the University of Wisconsin in the 1940s, this is a great slicing tomato with lots of sweetness. Midseason plants produce good yields of large 6- 8 ounce deep red fruits that ripen evenly. Strong skin resists shoulder crack and the solid flesh has superb flavor.
Photo courtesy of Urban Farmer

Tomato - Yellow Pear
Spacing: 36 Inches
Small, pear-shaped tomatoes. Tolerates Alternaria. A favorite of heirloom tomato gardeners for decades, this variety makes a vigorous plant that has a deliciously tangy flavor.
Photo courtesy of Asymptotia

Watermelon - Crimson Sweet
Spacing: 4 - 6 Feet
Large, round melons averaging 25 lb. are light green with dark green stripes. Flesh is dark red, firm and fine-textured.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Watermelon - Moon and Stars
Spacing: 12 Inches
A spectacular watermelon, with fine flavor, introduced by the Henderson seed company in 1926. The skin is deep green, speckled with hundreds of golden yellow stars and a few half-dollar sized moons. Even the foliage has yellow "stars". The fruit is red. Melons are medium sized 25 lb. and slightly oblong.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Watermelon - Sugar Baby
Spacing: 12 Inches
Sweet, fine-textured, medium-red flesh. The round, 12 lb., dark green skinned melons grow 8 in. across.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

Zucchini - Black Beauty
Spacing: Space hills 4 Feet apart
Sun Needs: Full Sun
Glossy black-green zucchini with creamy, white flesh. Plants have an open habit which makes for easy picking. Best picked when 6" to 8" long.
Photo courtesy of Burpee

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