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  1. Blue Jade Corn

    BLUE JADE CORN *sold out*

    Thought you couldn't grow corn because you are tight on growing space due to a small yard or city living, then this is the corn to try. One of the only corns that can be grown in containers, it is 3 feet tall and produces 3-5 mini ears on each plant. It has a classic sweet corn flavor when picked young and matures into a beautiful jade blue. Like most standard corn, pick immediately prior to cooking for the best flavor. 25 seeds Learn More

    Regular Price: $1.95

    Special Price: $0.00

  2. Jambalaya Okra

    JAMBALAYA OKRA

    Extra early maturing dark green pods sprout from the compact plants, being very suitable for container gardening. Great for those of you that garden in northern climates. 30 seeds Learn More
    $1.75

  3. IGLOO CAULIFLOWER (47 days)

    IGLOO CAULIFLOWER (47 days)

    This variety is very popular in the United Kingdom but largely unknown here in the US. The mini heads are about the size of a softball if they are grown with tight spacing but grow quite a bit larger if given more room. Igloo produces standard size curds of a pure white with strong outer leaves for good blanching. 30 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  4. MUNCHER CUCUMBER (54 days)

    MUNCHER CUCUMBER (54 days)

    While the vines are compact they are also very strong, making Muncher a fine choice for container growing. It is a Middle Eastern - beit alpha type so the skin is very smooth and practically spineless. Delicious, burpless, and never bitter, the heavy yields of Muncher also pickle well at about the 4" size. It will reach 9" at full maturity. 20 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  5. BAMBINO CARROT

    BAMBINO CARROT

    The petite and tender gourmet carrots grow perfectly in containers. Harvest the slender carrots starting at 4 inches and sow a few plantings throughout the season for an extended harvest. 150 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  6. WHITE FINGERS EGGPLANT (67 days)

    WHITE FINGERS EGGPLANT (67 days)

    Eggplants originated in India and were brought to Europe by Arabs in the 13th Century. They were actively cultivated in Italy by 1550 and sometimes referred to as "Madapple" due to the alleged ill effects of eating the skin. This sturdy, early variety will produce dozens of finger sized white fruit, if your fingers are exceptionally large. You can plant as many as 3 plants in a large container and harvest fruit throughout the summer. 30 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  7. Ophelia Eggplant

    OPHELIA EGGPLANT

    This is a very interesting alternative for the patio that will produce dozen of fruit over the course of the season. Eggplants are small, a little over 2 oz each, and born in clusters like a tomato. They look just like a miniature eggplant with a deep purple color and an oval round shape. Plants are smallish and compact but will require a pretty good sized pot. Flavor is fine and ophelia makes a very nice hors d'oevres. 20 seeds Learn More
    $1.75

  8. GECOFURE BASIL

    GECOFURE BASIL

    A genovese type basil that was bred for growing in containers. It combines nice large flavorful leaves with a compact plant. 50 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  9. COMPATTO DILL

    COMPATTO DILL

    This shorter dark green dill was bred for growing in pots. Even if you have a large garden nearby wouldn't it be nice to have a pot of dill near the kitchen? 50 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  10. TAN-TAN LETTUCE (55 days)

    TAN-TAN LETTUCE (55 days)

    A unique little gem type from a prominent German grower. Tan Tan forms a very tight buttery head which can harvested young or individually leaves can be scavenged almost immediately. Flavor is fine on meaty green leaves. Can also be grown in the garden of course. 50 seeds Learn More
    $1.75

  11. SPEEDY ROQUETTE (39 days)

    SPEEDY ROQUETTE (39 days)

    We sell the rough, quick to mature, quick to bolt arugula (W257) in the italian section. We sell the more refinded, more serrated, slower to mature arugula (W331) in the continental section. We are now quite excited about Speedy - a cross between the two. The serrated leaves mature remarkably quickly, but you don't get a bolting problem accompanying the earliness. Flavor is great - spicy, memorable. Of course Speedy is a good choice to grow right in the garden. 50 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  12. Red Skin Pepper

    RED SKIN PEPPER

    Both this and the following pepper are truly bell, dwarf peppers. Plants only grow to a height of 16". The 2-5" fruit turn from green to a brilliant red surprisingly quickly. Yields are much heavier than you would expect on a plant this size. The fruit hold on the plant for a very long period of time for both decorative purposes and to prolong the harvest. 10 seeds Learn More
    $1.95

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