National Pickling
Long, slender, dark green cucumbers. The slender, refined "Marketmore look" has long been the standard for slicing cucumbers. 8–9" fruits stay uniformly dark green even under weather stress. Begins bearing late, but picks for a relatively long time.
Developed decades ago by the National Pickle Packers Association in conjunction with the Michigan Agriculture Experiment Station, this is the pickle that perfectly fills every jar with its thick tips and crisp, delectable flavor!
Earliest, productive slicer. This organic hybrid produces very dark green, uniform, 7–8" slicing cucumbers despite cool weather or heat. Small seed cavity. Skin is thinner than the average slicing cucumber.


King Arthur
For early production of large green or red bells.
Plants are large and early to bear big crops of large, thick walled fruits.
Large flavorful bell peppers from organic seeds.
Widely adapted, Medium size plants with good leaf cover. High-yielding, uniform fruit with good flavor.

Antohi Romanian
Eastern European sweet frying pepper. Smooth, 4" long by 2" wide, tapered, pointed fruits are pale yellow and ripen red. The upright plants have good branch strength and yield early and heavily. Organically grown.
Sweet banana for pickling or fresh eating.
Long, thick-walled, smooth fruits are borne on large plants. Avg. 8-9" long, the fruits are mild when yellow and moderately sweet when they ripen red. Best for pickling due to their mild flavor
Large-fruited Ancho pepper. Baron has proven to produce better than other anchos under challenging and favorable conditions. The fruits are very large, avg. 5" x 3", and are typically two-lobed which makes them easy to stuff and cook in their signature dish, chile rellenos.
Early and adaptable Anaheim. Traditional, semi flattened, mostly two-lobed fruits avg. 7" x 2". Earlier and with long fruits. Large, tall plants. Widely adapted. Organically grown.
Leutschauer Paprika
A lovely drying pepper that comes from Matrafured, Hungary. The medium-hot paprikas have great flavor, are terrific for drying, and make
a delicious spicy powder. Very rare


Waltham Butternut is the standard butternut.
This 1970 All-America Selections winner from Massachusetts is still deservedly the most widely grown, full-size butternut squash.

This AAS Award Winner is a delicious, single-serving mini butternut. Unusually rich and sweet flavor due to higher sugar content than other butternut types. Small 1-2 lb. fruits mature early and can be consumed at maturity. 

Angel Hair
The classic pasta alternative. Skin is ivory, changing to pale yellow at maturity. Bake like squash or boil and fork out the flesh, topping the "spaghetti" with your favorite sauce.

Personal-sized spaghetti squash.
Convenient size, high yields of 1 1/2-2 lb. fruits. Perfect for single servings. Highly uniform, egg-shaped fruits with slightly darker shells and sweet, nutty flavor.
Among the very best in eating quality Jester is oval, tapered Delicata, with small to average ribs. Fruits have an ivory background with green striping between the ribs, and avg. 1 1/2 lb. Widely adapted, short-vined plants average 5-7 fruits/plant.

Very sweet, excellent for stuffing and baking, even right at maturity. This beautiful strain has gained a nice following in the specialty produce trade. Avg. yield: 5-7 fruits/plant.

Cocozella di Napoli
Cube Of Butter
Long, slender zucchini-type fruit, ribbed, pale greenish-yellow, striped with dark green; very firmand flavorful flesh. A unique Italian heirloom and tasty.

Tempting and tender, these lemon yellow, straightneck squash are succulent and delicious with creamy white flesh.
Blue Hubbard
Slick Pik
Big hard-shelled squash. The big fruits are tapered at the ends and have a bumpy, blue-green, hard shell. Averages in the 12-15 lb. range with some larger . Medium-dry, medium-sweet, yellow flesh.

Combines extra earliness with a very attractive fruit of good flavor. A bit longer than typical, yellow straight necks. Bred by Dr. Brent Loy at the University of New Hampshire.
Golden Glory
Bright yellow zucchini  fruits with solid green stems

Organic, early, dark-green, straight zucchinis.
Costata Romanesco
Traditional Italian heirloom with great flavor. Medium gray-green, with pale green flecks and prominent ribs. Having a nutty delicious flavor, raw or cooked. Also a good producer of heavy male blossoms for cooking.


Winter Luxury
Georgia Candy
introduced by Johnson & Stokes in 1893. Lovely 6-lb golden fruits have white netting and are perfect for pies. One of the best tasting pie pumpkins; with very sweet and smooth flesh, it’s a favorite of all
The Georgia Candy Roaster is a curious heirloom with fantastic flavor. Maintains its superior eating quality up to five months with proper storage. Large, 8-15 lb. fruits can be roasted, stuffed, or made into pie filling. Avg. yield: 2-3 fruits/plant.


Amish Paste
Black Krim
An old Russian heirloom, with fruits that are a deep red, almost black color. The globe shaped fruit weigh 8-12 ounces each, and have a unique, salty flavor. Indeterminate vines. 
Originally from the Amish of Wisconsin. The deep red, 8 ounce fruit resembles an acorn, with thick flesh and few seeds. Makes an excellent canning tomato! Indeterminate vines.
Black Sea Man
Striped German
This unique tomato has a rich, complex flavor with beautiful, chocolate-brown skin that hides the delightful red and green middle. 6-8 ounce fruits.
Bicolor red and yellow fruit. The flat, medium to large tomatoes with variable shoulder ribbing are shaded yellow and red. The marbled interior looks beautiful sliced. Complex, fruity flavor and smooth texture.
Brandywine Red
First introduced in 1885 by Amish farmers in Pennsylvania. A very productive, excellent tasting tomato.
Delicious first-early heirloom. Cocktail-sized, 1-2 oz. red fruits. Sweetness combines with moderate acidity to create a wonderfully complex flavor. Smooth internal texture characteristic of the finer heirlooms. Very nice eating tomato. Generally the first tomato to ripen in the field
Matt's Wild Cherry
The wild tomato with great flavor. These small, 5 gm. cherry tomatoes are deep red, have a tender, smooth texture, and sweet, full flavor. High sugar content. Fantastic in salsa and for fresh eating.


Imperial Black Beauty
Listada de Gandia
Introduced 1902, Black Beauty has large, jet-black fruits that are egg-shaped and weigh 1-3 pounds. The best early market variety.

One of the most popular heirloom types; this one has 7”-long fruit that are white with lovely bright purple stripes. They have fabulous flavor with sweet, tender flesh. This excellent variety hails from Spain


Torpeta Uzbekistan
The Torpeda Melon is one of the most famous  Uzbekistan varieties. This is an enormous melon that gets up to 20 Pounds. The fruit is shapd like a long stretched out football. The flesh is thick..(2- 2.5 inches), creamy white and very sweet.
The shiny smooth yellow skin is subtly striped with tinges of green hinting at the sweet green flesh within. Regularly rating 90-100% in taste test, its origins are most likely from the rich melon growing
traditions of Hungary