Dutch Corn Salad is an annual cool weather vegetable that got its name due to its habit of growing wild in corn fields. It is also known as Lamb’s lettuce and dates back to the Stone Age. It is best known for its ability to thrive in colder weather than other greens and for its savory nutty flavor. Dutch Corn Salad produces 3” leaves are the perfect addition to any salad and can also be used as a garnish.
Lunar White Carrots are an annual vegetable that were introduced into the United States from Europe. This pigment free variety was grown in Europe in the 16th century and was used to feed cattle as well as people. Lunar White Carrots grow to the size of 6-12” long and are nearly coreless. They have a crisp texture and a mild and delicious taste. Matures in 60-65 days.
Orange Sun Sweet Peppers are a native vegetable that were discovered in Central and South America by explorers which brought them back to Europe in the 16 Century. This pepper plant grows to the height of 24” and produces a crispy sweet green bell pepper which turns an amazing orange color when ripe. Maturing in 80 days, this variety will surely jazz up any salad, stir fry, and much more.
Big Red Sweet Peppers are a native vegetable that were discovered in Central and South America by explorers which brought them back to Europe in the 16 Century. This pepper plant grows to the height of 24” and is known for its high yields that can be enjoyed raw, stuffed, or roasted. It produces a thick fleshed, sweet tasting, green bell pepper which turns a radiant red color when ripe. Maturing in 75 days, this variety will surely jazz up any salad, stir fry, and much more.
General Lee Cucumber is a F1-Hybird that was bred by L. Gautney. In 65 days, General Lee produces high yields of 8-8 ½” long, straight, dark green cucumbers that are great for slicing. This variety is resistant to powdery mildew, downy mildew, scab, and cucumber mosaic virus. It grows great in both the North and the South and performs exceptionally well even under stress.
Angelica is perennial native that stands 3-8' tall and is commonly found in woodlands and swampy areas near streams and rivers. It produces large, pale to dark purple hollow stems, with ¾-4½" long, medium to dark green sub leaflets. Being both edible and medicinal, this plant surely has a lot of offer any garden.
Meriwether Lewis collected the first specimen of this wildflower on July 7, 1806. His research of this and other native species was completed by botanist Frederick Traugott Pursch in 1813, who completed a catalogue of the species discovered on the famous expedition. The genus name "Gaillardia" honors an 18th century French botanist named Gaillard de Charentonneau. The common name Blanket Flower seems to come from the similarity of the brightly colored blossoms to Native American weaving.
Cinnamon Basil is a Mexican cultivar with decorative, purple-flushed foliage, light pink flower spikes and a distinctive cinnamon-like aroma! Use fresh or dried leaves in your cooking! Popular for use in herbal tea and potpourri! Attractive foliage and blooms also make this a valuable ornamental addition to your herb garden! Full size plants range from 18-30" tall by 12-18" in width. Average water needs.
Arugula is an annual that is a member of the mustard family which was introduced into the U.S. from the Mediterranean region. It reaches full maturity in 40 days but is harvested in 21 days (at 2” long) for best flavor. Arugula leaves have a delicious peppery flavor that can be used in salads, pesto, and much more!