2021 A Taste of the New

New additions to the catalog for the 2021 growing season include unique tomato varieties from Eastern Europe and east of the Urals. There are new hot peppers from South America and from Asia, rare cucumbers and melons, as well as a number of heirloom bean varieties from Italy. We have expanded our selection of chile and beans and corn native to the Southwestern United States. You will certainly find something new and absolutely stunning to grow this season.



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Amy's Apricot

Amy's Apricot

Amy's Apricot is a a family heirloom whose remarkably vigorous plants (more like bushes) set hundreds of sweet orange cherry tomatoes from top to...
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Berg

Berg

A family heirloom, Berg's potato leaved plants set 8 oz. pink beefsteaks with outstanding flavor. The tomatoes are uniform, slightly ribbed, with...
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Birdsong Mountaingem dry bean

Birdsong Mountaingem dry bean

Birdsong Mountaingem is named after the native hummingbird we see here in Northern New Mexico. These beans come in a remarkable range of rich colors...
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Birdsong Quail dry bean

Birdsong Quail dry bean

'Quail' exhibits a variety of colors, all with dark banding and is one of the most beautiful beans I have grown. The plant is upright with the pods...
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Black Opal

Black Opal

Black Opal is from England and related to Black Cherry. I found the fruit to be nearly identical, but earlier, on a slightly smaller vine and...
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Blagovast

Blagovast

I understand this is a Russian variety. I grew it out for the first time this season (2020). The compact semi-determinate vines set loads of...
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Boathouse

Boathouse

Boathouse's big plants set 10-12 oz green striped slicing tomatoes that ripen to a dusky purple. Flavor and production are outstanding. The only...
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Bosque Gold

Bosque Gold

Rich color and incredible spicy flavor made this cherry tomato a favorite with friends and at the market this summer. The bushy 5' plants produce an...
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Bowling Pin

Bowling Pin

Uniquely-shaped sauce tomato
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Cacho de Cabra

Cacho de Cabra

(Goats Horn) The native people of Chile, the Mapuche, have been cultivating this pepper for centuries. It is mildly spicy, slightly smoky, and often...
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