Vegetables

Pepper Baron (Bell Red)

Pepper Baron (Bell Red)Baron Hybrid Pepper
The first widely-adapted red bell, soon to be king of the reds wherever it’s grown. Impressive, 4-lobed fruits are packed with heavy, sweet flesh, and set early. High yielder.
Light: Full Sun
Spacing: 18inches

Pepper Gypsy (Sweet / Frying)

Pepper Gypsy (Sweet / Frying)Very prolific frying pepper.
This All-America Selections winner is a very prolific frying pepper that is also recommended fresh in salads. Tapered fruits grow 4 ½” long by 2 ½” wide and matures from yellow to orange to red.
Sun: Full Sun
Sowing Method: Indoor Sow
Days to Maturity: 65  days
Height: 18-24  inches
Spread: 12  inches

Pepper Jalapeno (Hot)

Pepper Jalapeno (Hot)Latin Name: Capsicum annuum
Description: Jalapeno pepper plants, like any chili pepper, start off a bit slow, so it is helpful to start to grow your plants indoors anywhere from 8-12 weeks before transferring them outside. Keep the early soil and budding plants constantly moist, but do not over water.

Pepper Lady Bell (Green)

Pepper Lady Bell (Green)Vegetables can taste and perform differently depending upon where they are grown.  At our central Pennsylvania highland farm the season is generally short, rainy in the spring with about a week with days in the 90’s.  We look for vegetable varieties that ripen full of flavor under these conditions.
Fruit:  Green to orange to red.  Blocky bell shape.  5 inches long.
Taste: Bland green. Better orange or red.
Cuisine:  Stuffed, grilled, roasted
Disease Resistance: Good
Germination:  Good
Maturity:  71 days
Productivity: Heavy
Type: Bell, sweet
Plant Shape: umbrella
Plant Size: Plant may need staking.
Height: 24 inches
Width:  18 inches
Zone 8-9

Tomato Beefsteak

Tomato BeefsteakLatin Name: Lycopersicon lycopersicum
Description: The Beefsteak tomato is very popular among home gardens used for sandwich making and other applications. Beefsteaks are not grown commercially as often as smaller types. These are a delicious entree to any sandwich.

Tomato Better Boy

Tomato Better BoyHuge, tasty, red tomatoes, many 1 lb. each.
Burpee Exclusive
Large, delicious, bright red, high yielding fruits are borne in abundance starting midseason and continuing to frost. Good foliage protection prevents sun scald. Better Boy is highly adaptable and thrives in most climates and has very good disease resistance.
Seasonality: Mid Season
Fruit Weight: 16  ounces
Fruit Bearing: Indeterminate
Days to Maturity: 72  days
Sun: Full Sun
Height: 36-40  inches
Sowing Method: Indoor Sow
Spread: 18  inches

Tomato Big Boy

Tomato Big BoyDescription: One of the most popular hybrid tomatoes! Indeterminate plants produce large, deep red slicing tomatoes, some up to 2 pounds. Great for salads, canning, or juice. Plants will produce until frost.

Tomato Plum (Paste) Viva Italia Red

 Tomato Plum (Paste) Viva Italia RedLycopersicon lycopersicum
Height: 4-6 ft. (1.2-1.8 m)
Spacing: 24-36 in. (60-90 cm)
Sun Exposure: Full Sun
Danger: Parts of plant are poisonous if ingested
Seed Collecting: N/A: plant does not set seed, flowers are sterile, or plants will not come true from seed

Tomato Sweet 100 (Cherry)

Tomato Sweet 100 (Cherry)Scarlet, cherry-sized tomatoes produce long clusters right up to frost.
Cherry tomatoes bursting with sugary flavor. The scarlet, cherry-sized fruits are produced in long pendulous clusters right up to frost. Grow on stakes or a fence.
Seasonality: Mid Season
Fruit Weight: 1  ounces
Fruit Bearing: Indeterminate
Days to Maturity: 70  days
Sun: Full Sun
Height: 4-5  feet
Sowing Method: Indoor Sow
Spread: 18  inches

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