Plant Sales For 2017 Have Been Cancelled!

We are making upgrades to our infrastructure and we are not able to offer our plant sales this year.  We are expanding our garden space, chicken coop, and hopefully building a new greenhouse.

We encourage you to buy neonicotinoids free plants from your local farmer's market, local farm, or another backyard gardener on Craigslist.  

I will miss seeing our regular customers!  

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Tomatoes

2 1/2" pots -  2/$5

Gallon Pots - $5.00 - Many varieties available in gallons, but not all!

Airyleaf-75 Days, Mid-season, Heirloom.  Great for canning!

Big Beef - 70 day,This is a de-hybridized version of  an American favorite. These large, juicy, fruits combine old-fashioned beefsteak flavor with heavy yields.  1-pound, round to globe-shaped. Flavor is full and hearty with lots of sweet juice balanced with that wonderful tomato acidity. These giants slice up perfectly for big sandwiches. Fruit stays large even at the end of a long harvest season.

Black Cherry- Yields clusters of 1", round, deep purple, cherry tomatoes, 64 Days, Early-season, Open pollinated 

Black Crimson Heirloom - 75 Day Perfect choice for slicing, salads and cooking. Also suitable for container/patio garden.

Bloody Butcher - 55 days, A sensational and very popular, early producing tomato variety. A good choice for a tomato as you wait for later varieties to harvest.  Plants yield copious amounts of 2", 4 oz, fruits that are deep-red color, inside and out. Five to nine fruits per cluster with a rich heirloom tomato flavor. Plant produces well until frost. A good tomato variety for cooler growing regions since fruits ripen quickly. A good canning tomato.

Box Car Willie – Yields abundant crops of 10 to 16-ounce, smooth, bright-orange/red slicer -80 Days, Mid-season, Heirloom

Buffalo Heart - 75 Day plants that yield lots of 16 oz., pale rosy pink, buffalo heart-shaped fruits with firm flesh and packed with good flavor. Rare tomato seeds.

Chocolate Stripes - 79 days, produces very large, indeterminate, regular-leaf tomato plants that yield a plentiful crop of 3-4 inch, mahogany colored with dark, olive green-striping (similar to black zebra).  Fruits have delicious, complex, rich, sweet, earthy tomato flavors. Chocolate Stripe, another desirable 'black tomato,"  is an excellent tomato and a fine choice for your tomato garden. Produces well into the autumn A great sandwich tomato and salad tomato.  

Climbing Red Tomato 85 days Large meaty tomatoes, trellis for optimal yield

Clint Eastwood Rowdy Red- 78 day plant produces lots of 2-inch (6-10 oz.), deep-red, round fruits with a subtle point on it's end. Firm, juicy flesh, for snacking in the garden, cooking, canning and seed-saving.   Has a fruity sweetness.

Coyote - 75 Day Originally it was a wild Mexican tomato called Coyote Tiny Yellow.

Crimean Rose Cherry - Sweet & Tart 70 Day Pinkish Red.

Early Salad Red Tomato   - 45 days, small salad tomato, high yield

Farmer’s Monster - Red Tomato 100-110 days – Huge tomatoes, stake well

Fireworks Red Early Tomato - 60 days, sweet for salads & sandwiches

Fruit Punch Cherry – Red 75days super fruity sweet

Heinz - 76 day, A determinate plant yielding big crops of 2 1/2" -3", red, round fruits.  This is a great canning, salsa and salad tomato that produces more fruit per plant than many tomato varieties.

Hillbilly - 85 Day producing 1-2 lb. huge, heavily-ribbed, orange-yellow fruit with red mottled skin and red streaks within. Very sweet, fruity flavors. Low acid.

Husky Cherry Red Tomato - 65 days, super sweet productive cherry

Lollipop - 79 day, yields huge amounts of 1-1/4 inch, almost translucent, creamy, yellow cherry tomatoes in clusters of 6-10, that hang on the plants like lollipops and have unique, fruity-sweet, lemony flavors unlike other cherry tomatoes. Produces fruit continuously, even under high temps. This is an excellent cherry tomato suitable for farmer's markets. Also great as a salad tomato, or as a snacking tomato, or for adding to culinary creations.

Northern Lights - 55 day, early heirloom, 4-inch, round beefsteak , yellow-orange with red blush on bottom and red center. Wonderful intense flavor. Bears till frost.

Principe Borghese 75 day high yield red cherry, great for drying or eating fresh

Silvery Fir Tree –Plants yield crops of bright-red, 2", 4-5 oz., flattened, round tomatoes - 55 Days, Early-season

Taxi - Plants yield 4-6 ounce, meaty, uniformly-round, delicious, bright-yellow, sweet tomatoes - 68 Days, Early-season

Tommy Toe –Plants yield copious amounts of 1”, bright red, cherry tomatoes, 70 Days, Mid-season, Heirloom

Umberto Pear Tomato - Red 80 days, heirloom, pink meaty 2oz fruit, good fresh or in sauces

Veggie Starts - 2 1/2" Pots - 2 for $5 

 Sweet Peppers 

King of the North - sweet red bell, 70 days, green to red

Sweet Goliath - Sweet red bill 76 days

Purple Beauty Bell Pepper   75 days

Chile Peppers

Anaheim Chili - medium hot, green to red, 75 days

Big Jim - Medium hot chili, green to red, 75-80 days

Chenzo - medium hot, black to red, 82-85 days

Early Jalapeno - very hot, green to red, 60-65 days

Guajillo Pepper  - elongated green peppers that turn hotter when red, great production 

Pasilla Bajio - mild pasilla, green to brown, 78 days

Summer Squash

Patty Pan - try this fun shaped alternative to zucchini!

Zucchini

Yellow Squash

Calabacita

Winter Squash

Acorn

Spaghetti

Pink Banana

Gold Nugget - Compact Space Saver and Great for Containers!

Delicata

Pumpkin - Jack O Lantern, Lumina (white), Red Warty Thing (red with warts)

Buttercup

Butternut

 

 Melon

Honey Dew - Green

Cantaloupe - Charentais  75-90 Days

Watermelons - Sugar Baby & Charleston Grey

Cucumbers

Marketmore

Boston Pickling

 Tomatillos 

Okra 

Eggplant  

 


 

Quick Tomato Guide 

Red Slicers/Salad - Big Beef, Giant Buffalo Heart, Clint Eastwood, Taxi (Yellow)

Sauce Tomatoes/Canning - Bloody Butcher (Early Canner), Airyleaf (Mid Season),Heinz Tomato (Mid Season), Giant Buffalo Heart

Cherry Tomatoes - Coyote (Yellow),Black Cherry (Purple), Tommy Toe (Red), Lollipop (Yellow), Husky Red, Fruit Punch Cherry Red

Container - Silvery Fir Tree

Colorful Heirlooms -  Black Crimson, Box Car Willie (Orange/Red), Chocolate Stripe (Mahogany), Hillbilly (Yellow),  Northern Lights (yellow-orange-red blush),

Early Varieties - Bloody Butcher (Red Slicer), Early Salad,   Northern Lights (yellow-orange-red blush), Silvery Fir Tree (Red Slicer - Great Container Plant!)


Herbs

Culinary

Dill

Basil - Genovese

Cilantro

Parsley - Italian flat leaf & Curly

Horseradish

Oregano

Medicinal - Grow Your Own Medicine!

Holy Basil - 4 packs

Calendula


Berries!

Strawberry Plants - $1.50/plant in 2"pot Ozark Beauties, Honeoye & Sparkle SPECIAL - $40 for a flat of 32 plants

Raspberry Red & Gold Mix $5 These are plants from our mixed raspberry patch & I cannot tell them apart, but they produce well for us!

Fall Red Everbearing Raspberry $10 Early first crop, great for northern gardens. Stout, vigorous canes yield medium-to-large, bright-red berries rich in flavor and berry aroma. Berries are great on their own for fresh eating as well as being used in jams, salads, or snacks. Cold-hardy. Early fall-bearing (everbearing) primocane with a summer crop. Floricane berries ripen in June and July. Primocane berries ripen mid-August through frost. Self-pollinating.

Latham Raspberry $10 - Easy to pick! Firm berries provide durability during harvest. Adapts well to a range of soil types. Upright growth habit. Burgundy fall foliage adds landscape interest. Fruit is outstanding for fresh-eating, freezing, and canning. Cold-hardy. Ripens in mid July. Self-pollinating.

Primocane Red Raspberry Varieties $10 -  Cold-hardy. Fall-bearing (everbearing) primocane with a summer crop. Floricane berries ripen in July. Primocane berries ripen in September through frost. Self-pollinating. 

Anne Yellow Raspberries $10 - This sunshine-colored fruit has a unique flavor with hints of apricot. These large, sweet, firm berries will liven up tarts, jams and salads. They also freeze well. The hardy and productive plant bears in the first year. Cold-hardy and heat-tolerant. Fall-bearing (everbearing) primocane with a summer crop. Floricane berries ripen in July and August. Primocane berries ripen in September through frost. Self-pollinating.

Royalty Purple Raspberry $10 - Our perfect purple raspberry! Plant is vigorous, hearty and resistant to insects. Yields large, sweet berries with great flavor. Fruit never fades, even when canned or frozen. Cold-hardy. Late-summer bearing. Ripens in August. Self-pollinating.

Black Raspberry Canes $10 - Not to be planted with the red or gold. These black raspberries need a separate space.

Blackberry Canes Thornless - $10 each

Grapes - Seedless:

Reliance Red Seedless Grapes

Concord Seedless Grapes

Marquis Green Seedless Grapes

Himrod Green Seedless Grapes

Gooseberry:

Invicta Green Gooseberry - Twice the production of other green gooseberries. This plant bears abundant crops of large berries that are delicious fresh or in pies or preserves. Mildew-resistant and cold-hardy. Ripens in July. Self-pollinating.

Hinnonmaki Red Gooseberry - A unique tart and sweet combination. Tart skin covers the sweet flesh of these tasty, ruby berries, so you can enjoy both flavors. Perfect for making pies and jams. Bushes are heavy producers, even when young. Mildew-resistant and cold-hardy. Ripens in July. Self-pollinating

Goji Berry - $25 For centuries the Chinese have used parts of the entire goji berry plant for food or medicine. Use of stems and leaves is little known in the United States, but the highest concentrations of healthful antioxidants can be found in the leaves . Fruit in the health food market in the form of dried berries and juice is more familiar. The Lycium barbarum variety of Gogi Berry Plants are a perennial in zones 3 to 10, they are actually quite remarkably heat and cold tolerant. Goji plants are also deciduous, which just means that they drop their leaves every year, usually once the first frost hits. Goji Berry plants are very adaptable, but for the very best results, test your soil, and then adjust the pH to between 6.8 - 8.1. You can add lime to raise the pH if necessary or aluminum sulfate to lower it.

Nero Aronia Chokeberry Only one left - $25 Self-Pollinating In spring Aronia is covered with clusters of white, sweet scented flowers followed by shiny green berries that turn a dark bluish black in late summer to early fall, depending on location. Nero Aronia's blueberry size fruit can be eaten fresh, usually with a sweetener and is known for making delicious and nutritious juices and wine. Up to 10 times the amount of antioxidants as other berries, rich in Vitamin C, a great health benefit! Outstanding fall color of flaming red. The Nero Aronia is an extremely adaptable shrub, rarely bothered by insects or diseases and high tolerance to salt making it ideal for roadside plantings. Once established Nero Aronia is highly drought tolerant. Adapts to most soils but does best in a well-drained soil and a sunny area. Our variety, Nero, was developed in Europe where it is valued for its nutritious fruit and as an ornamental shrub. Reaches 3 to 4' at maturity and is hardy to -40 degrees

Honeyberry - $25 Cinderella & Borealis varieties - Need one of each to polinate and get fruit. This is the first bush to bloom in our yard every year! Abundant harvests of large berries! Fragrant white flowers quickly give way to sweet and tart, plump berries with a taste similar to blueberries. Harvest as soon as early June. Eat them fresh, freeze them, or make a batch of luxurious preserves or fruit liqueur. Plants are densely foliated and have a nice upright growth habit. Cold-hardy. Can take temperatures of up to -50ºF and are a favorite in regions where the cold prohibits many fruiting plants. Early-bearing.