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*Pontiac Red Potatoes (Heirloom) – A Louisiana favorite. The potato you want for seafood and crawfish boils that never lose their flavor.
Kennebec Potatoes (Heirloom) – Firm textured potato for mashing and French frying.
*Yukon Gold Potatoes (Hierloom) - Great tasting thin skin potato for baking or mashing.
Danvers 126 Carrots (Heirloom) – Premiere storage carrot for canning, freezing and juicing.
*Little Finger Carrots (Hierloom) - 4 inch long, tender and sweet!
Cherry Belle Radish (Heirloom) – Crisp and mild.
China White Winter Radish (Heirloom) – mild white radish for kimchi or storage.
Japanese Minowase Daikon Radish (Heirloom) – Popular Japanese that is mild and sweet.
Shogoin Turnip (Heirloom) – Popular Japanese turnip for greens, soups and stir fry.
*Red Creole Onions (Heirloom) – Good for salads and on hamburgers.
Texas Grano 1015Y Supersweet (Heirloom) – Excellent for cooking, grilling and slicing.
*Warrior Bunching Onions (Hierloom) - Dark slender green onion with a crisp spicy bite.
Ruby Queen Beet (Heirloom) - A beautiful deep red beet with a buttery texture.
Black Beauty Zucchini (Heirloom) – Versatile zucchini with a delicate flavor.
Waltham Butternut Squash (Heirloom) – Sweet and nutty fine textured orange flesh. Fantastic roasted or in soups.
Spaghetti Squash (Heirloom) – Keto alternative to pasta! Bake or boil and then remove the spaghetti like flesh and serve with your favorite sauce.
Early Prolific Straight Neck Yellow Squash (Heirloom) – Most popular of the straight neck squashes, it can even be eaten raw.
*Tatume (Calabacita) Squash (Hierloom) - Thanks to our neighbor Diana we are pleased to say that we will be able to put this "must" of Mexican cusine into production. This is a squash you can fry, bake or boil.
Black Diamond Watermelon (Heirloom) – A large glossy black green melon with sweet crimson flesh and large black seeds.
Planters Jumbo Cantaloupe (Heirloom) – Sweet, extremely juicy, with a small seed cavity.
Howden Pumpkin (Heirloom) – The original and best pumpkins for Jack-o-lanterns.
Saladmore Cucumbers (Heirloom) – Mild sweet cucumber for pickling or fresh slicing.
Armenian Pale Green Cucumber (Heirloom) – Pale and spineless fruits that have a subtle melon aroma when cut. Mildly sweet with a hint of melon.
Long Island Mammoth Dill (Heirloom) – Use with our cucumbers for making pickles, in dips or with fish.
Celebrity Tomato (Hybrid) – Fantastic all around tomato for cooking, canning and eating.
Park’s Whopper Tomato (Hybrid) – Tasty slicing tomato.
Roma (Heirloom) – Classic Italian variety that is tender and tasty.
*Black Krim (Heirloom) - The oldest and most popular of the black tomato varieties.
Cowhorn 44 Okra (Heirloom) – The original okra. Use it for gumbo, soups, and frying. Excellent for canning and freezing.
Emerald Green Okra (Heirloom) – Developed by Campbell’s Soup in the 1950s. Tasty and tender at any size.
TAM Jalapeno - All-purpose jalapeno for slicing, stuffing and pickling.
California Wonder Green and Yellow Bell Pepper (Heirloom) – The green go great with fajitas and the yellows are delicious sliced in salads.
Sweet and Hot Banana Peppers (Heirloom) – Pickle them, use them for garnish and even eat them raw.
Serrano Peppers (Heirloom) – Use them in salsas and stews.
Assorted Hot Peppers – We planted too many to list. Varieties include serrano, cayenne, habanero, cherry, and hot Hungarian wax to name a few.
*Costeno Rojo Peppers (Hierloom) - Thanks to our friends Delia and Arturo we are tickled to be able to plant this vanishing Mexican heirloom pepper from Oaxaca. These are the peppers you want for fresh salsa, tamales, and traditional mole sauces.
Leisure Cilantro (Heirloom) – Use it with our tomatoes and peppers for salsas.
Sweet Italian Large Basil (Heirloom) – Use with our tomatoes and bell peppers for pasta sauce or in a pesto.
Provider (Heirloom) - Green beans with a purple seed that are great for eating fresh or freezing.
*Contender (Hierloom) - One of the best known green beans on the market. Use fresh, freeze, or can.
Texas Big Boy Black Eyed-Peas (Hierloom) - A southern favorite fresh or dried!
*Purple Hull Big Boy Black Eyed-Peas (Hierloom) - Whats better than the Texas Big Boy? Their purple hulled cousin!
*Bodacious R/M Corn (Hybrid) - A large tender sweet corn that's great for roasting or boiling.
Buttercrunch Lettuce (Heirloom) - Meidum loose head lettuce with a luscious buttery flavor.
Freckles Romaine Lettuce (Heirloom) - Bright green glossy leaves with crimson spots.
*Salad Bowl Lettuce (Hierloom) - Crisp and tender with a sweet flavor.
Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach (Heirloom) - Dark green tender leaves with a rich flavor. Cook as greens or use fresh in salads.
Southern Giant Curled Mustard Greens (Heirloom) - Heavily crumpled bright green leaves that have a spicy mustard flavor when eaten in salad and a mellowed flavor when stir fried or sautéed.
*Chinese Blues Cabbage (Hierloom) - Napa type cabbage that is great for salad, cole slaw, stir fry or pickling.
*Michihili Cabbage (Hierloom) - Napa type cabbage with light green leaves that are tender, mild, and sweet.
*White stem Pak Choi (Heirloom) - Like two vegetables in one! Tasty spinach like leaves and crunchy, sweet stems.