One of the most popular hybrid beefsteak-types, with improved disease resistance. Solid, meaty, bright red tomatoes weigh up to 2 lbs. Better yields, larger fruits and good tolerance to cracking and splitting.
A tender-skinned seedless variety, great for fresh sliced eating. The dark green straight fruits are 8-10″ long with a sweet flavor. For optimum flavor, harvest at 8″ or under. Plant in rows 12″ apart or on elevated hills with 2-3 plants per hill. Cucumbers also grow well on a trellis or a fence and can be picked as needed, while reducing the space needed in the garden. Removing over-mature fruits will encourage new production for cucumbers all summer long.
This is a great choice that bears sizeable fruits on a very compact plant that works well in containers and small gardens. Especially strong, bushy plants bear truly tasty, medium-sized tomatoes great for sandwiches and slicing. The heavy foliage of this hybrid helps protect tomatoes from sunburn. Plants produce from 90 to 120 tomatoes each over a two-month harvest period. Keep the big harvest going with successive, monthly plantings through July for a fall harvest. Plants are strong and upright, but will still do best in a small cage or on a stake for support
These nearly round melons have a light green rind with dark green stripes and grow on long, trailing vines. Each weighs between 15-25 pounds, with deep red, crispy super sweet flesh and few seeds. Plant 2 plants on slightly elevated hills. Watermelon will not continue to ripen once cut from the vine. A good indicator of when to pick is by looking at the underside of the melon. A white or pale green color means it is not quite ready to harvest. Look for yellow or creamy color and the rind will become dull looking. Very good disease resistance.