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Description: One of the premier varieties of cherry tomatoes. The Sun Gold ripens to a golden orange, with a very sweet flavor. This tomato is popular in all climates as it prodsuces in warm and cold conditions. Fruit matures quickly, and crops heavily throughout the warmer months.
Description: The Great White tomato is exactly what it sounds like. Producing a harvest of creamy white globes that can reach up to 2-pounds, but average about a pound each, the overall consensus of backyard growers is that this is a keeper.
Description: San Marzano Tomatoes are a plum tomato variety. They are a household name when it comes to making tomato sauce. They’re also particularly suitable for preparing peeled tomatoes, canned tomatoes, dried tomatoes, or tomato puree. In fact, skin comes off so easily from San Marzanos that they’re sometimes called, “The King of Peeled.”
Description: A popular hybrid tomato, particularly with commercial growers, known for its uniform, lemon-yellow colored fruit which generally grow to about eight ounces. Borne in clusters, the fruits are a treat to the eyes and have a nice mild, sweet, tomato flavor. The plants are vigorous and are resistant to several common tomato pests so they are quite easy to grow. The vines also tend to be quite productive.
Description: A plum tomato, also known as a processing tomato or paste tomato, is a type of tomato bred for sauce and packing purposes. They are generally oval or cylindrical in shape, with significantly fewer seed compartments than standard round tomatoes (usually only two) and a generally higher solid content, making them more suitable for processing.
Description: Cherry tomatoes are delicious and easy to grow, and they can be grown in almost any climate. These tasty red beauties are little giants when it comes to taste and nutrition-with 30% more vitamin C and 40% more lycopene than the average tomato. 24″ high x 36″ wide plants commence a steady bounty of 1′ fruits in just 48 days. Indeterminate.
Description: Bright red tomato sized and shaped like a large grape. Fruits are sweet, and last a long time off the vine. Flavor is similar to a classic cherry tomato but with its own unique nuances. Plants bear fairly heavily and fruits form in clusters. Fruits are generally 1″ long, 3/4″ wide.
Description: All America Selections Winner. Home gardeners love this tasty hybrid tomato. These compact, high yielding plants will produce an abundance of medium large tomatoes in a small space. The celebrity tomato is resistant to a wide variety of diseases such as Al, F 1&2, Vt, TMV and St. This tomato lives up to its name! US Only. Items shipped to AK, HI, Guam,VI, and other U.S. territories are delivered by Parcel Post and charged at our 2nd Day Air shipping and handling rates.
Description: The Tomato Big Girl, ‘Lycopersicon lycopersicum’, features a solid fruit that matures to a rich red color. Big Girl is a heavy producer of large, bright red, firm fruits weighing up to 1 pound. This variety is full-season bearing and is more crack-tolerant. Big Girls are a highly adaptable intermediate tomato variety and they are resistant to verticillium and fusarium wilts.
Description: The ‘Better Boy’ Tomato plant has consistent smooth fruit and was voted a “Best of Decade” tomato. It is one of our favorite hybrid tomato plants. Better Boy Tomato is a widely adapted, very popular home garden variety and has 8-ounce deep globe fruit with great disease resistance.
Description: Poblano Peppers are usually used in sauces, salsas, and stuffing mixes. The membranes and seeds of Poblano peppers is where most of the heat is found. So, if you don’t want it to be quite so spicy, be sure to take the veins and seeds out before using the pepper.
Description: This pepper is named after the Cuban city of La Habana, known here as Havana, because it used to feature in heavy trading there. It is related to the Scotch bonnet pepper; they have somewhat different pod types but are varieties of the same species and have similar heat levels.
Description: The Scotch Bonnet pepper is the pepper of choice; it is the most widely used hot pepper in Caribbean cuisine. Other hot peppers such as cherry peppers (a.k.a. wiri wiri), bird peppers, habanero and pimento peppers are also readily available and used in various applications.
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.
Description: Cubanelle peppers are light green to yellow colored with a sweet and mild flavor. They like an elongated bell pepper. Cubanelle peppers are similar to banana peppers and make an acceptable substitute for recipes calling for Anaheim peppers.
Description: Uncommon type of sweet orange bell pepper from Switzerland. Well adapted to the north. Four to five lobes, blocky, with thick flesh. Nice sweet flavor. Small compact plants about 40 cm high, each bearing from 4 to 5 fruits. Resistant to tobacco mosaic virus. Nice quality, tested in 2007. 85 days.
Description: Bell pepper, also known as sweet pepper or a pepper (in the UK) and capsicum (in Australia and New Zealand), is a cultivar group of the species Capsicum annuum (chili pepper). Cultivars of the plant produce fruits in different colors, including red, yellow, orange and green. Bell peppers are sometimes grouped with less pungent pepper varieties as “sweet peppers”.