Organic Vegetable Plants

 
 

Which vegetable do you use the most of? Chances are it is either the onion or the tomato. Many home gardeners start their exploration into vegetable gardening with one or both of these. Tomatoes are the number one homegrown vegetable, not only because we use so many of them, but because they taste better fresh off the backyard vine. But, there is no need to stop with just these. Now you can choose from a wide variety of tried and true organic vegetable starter plants that will be delivered to your door at the right time of year. There is no reason not to have your own farmstand full of fresh, flavorful organic produce.

To purchase our vegetable plants, please use this link.

 
  Artichoke-Globe
Artichoke-Purple
Asparagus-UC157F1
Asparagus-Sweet Purple
Broccoli-Arcadia
Brussels Sprouts-Long Island
Cabbage-Emerald Cross F1
Cauliflower-Snowball Y Improved
Celery-Tall Utah Celery
Cucumber-Marketmore 76
Eggplant-Black Beauty
Fennel-Florence Bulbing
Leek-Giant Musselburgh Leek
Melon-Cantaloupe-Hale's Best
Onion-Egyptian Walking
Pepper-Cal Wonder Sweet Pepper
Pepper-Anaheim Chili
Pepper-Early Jalapeno Chili
Pepper-Fresno Chili
Pepper-Poblano/Ancho Chili

Pepper-Yankee Bell Sweet Pepper
 
Pepper-Thai Chili
Pepper-Serrano Chili
Rhubarb-Victoria
Salad Greens-Arugula
Salad Greens-Collard Greens
Salad Greens-Kale: Lacinato
Salad Greens-Kale: Red Russian
Salad Greens-Paris Island Romaine Lettuce
Salad Greens-Hot Shot Spicy Mustard
Salad Greens-Rainbow Chard
Squash-Butternut
Squash-Spaghetti
Squash-Yellow Crookneck
Squash-Zucchini-Dark Green
Tomato-Beefsteak
Tomato-Cherokee Purple
Tomato-Fireworks
Tomato-Kentucky Beefsteak
Tomato-Roma VFN
Tomato-Rutgers
Tomato-Sweet 100
 
 

 

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