2020 - the best of the new

Each year we trial new varieties we have discovered or ones we have developed and stabilized. Then in the fall we release the best of those to gardeners like yourself. They are market-tested, guaranteed to produce, the most vigorous, disease-resistant, and flavorful vegetables, fruit, and ornamentals you can grow. They are all open-pollinated. Those described as 'trial' are at F4 or better. 'Experimental' varieties are at least F3. Generally, we assume something is stable by the 6th generation. However, something with complex genetics where several traits are dependent on the interaction of multiple genetic factors may show variation even later. It is always an adventure! If you see something that is not true to type or description we would very much like to hear about it.



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A&J Brown Plum

A&J Brown Plum

I got seed for this tomato from my friends Ann and Julie in whose garden it showed up as a volunteer. The 2" oblong fruit has great flavor, rich...
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Afghan Hot Pepper

Afghan Hot Pepper

I don't know much about the origin of this pepper except it is used in a hot chutney made in that part of the world. The peppers are slender, about 6...
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Aji Pepper

Aji Pepper

This was supposed to be a pendant-shaped pepper from an island off the coast of Venezuela. What I got were these upright, bright red peppers instead....
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Aladdin's Lamp

Aladdin's Lamp

Aladdin's Lamp is a paste tomato of sorts, but rich and juicy enough for eating fresh in salads. It is productive and never shows the BER we see in...
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Altaiskiy Oranzhevyi

Altaiskiy Oranzhevyi

This is a Russian heirloom variety from the Khilenko family sent to Tatiana of Vancouver, BC. by a Ukrainian seed vendor. The big plants set...
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Alubia de Tolosa

Alubia de Tolosa

Alubia de Tolosa, as the name implies, is from the town of Tolosa in the Basque province of Gipuzkoa, Spain. The beans are cooked with chili peppers...
$4.50

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Americke Pyramidni

Americke Pyramidni

Americke Pyramidni's pink beefsteaks ripen quite early in the season on compact plants. The flavor of these 10-12 oz. tomatoes is very good and...
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Ania

Ania

Ania is a small round tomato with striking markings. It was developed by Marla McClaren, from a Tom Wagner cross called Glacial Till. The fruit is a...
$5.00

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Argentine Pepper

Argentine Pepper

Long, pencil-thin hot peppers grow on a compact plant and mature early for this type. As you can see, the plants have good production and turn from...
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Big Tony's

Big Tony's

These impressive, plum-shaped fruit are a bit later in the season, at about 80 days, but well worth the wait. You will be amazed at how they keep...
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