When I plant for my garden and high tunnel (greenhouse) I start from seed. I pot with 20% earthworm castings and potting soil with mycorrhiza
Current Sale List 4/12/19
Early Jalapenos (open pollinated)
Orange Spice Jalapenos (open pollinated) Only moderately spicy
Purple Jalapenos (open pollinated)
Anaheim- mild heat
Chocolate Bell- sweet and dark
Big Tomatoes (grafted 1 gal pot)
Big Tomatoes (grafted 4″ pot)
Cherokee Chocolate (Cherokee Purple but darker)
Brandywine (Suddeth’s Strain)- A great tasting tomato that is pink in color
San Marzano (sauce/ large roma size and shape)
Dr Wyche’s Yellow
Big Tomatoes (not grafted 4″ pot)
Dr Wyche’s Yellow- A big yellow fruit
Cherokee Purple- A little bit darker than average red tomato. Great flavor
Cherokee Chocolate- A dark version of Cherokee Purple
German Johnson- A southern favorite makes lots of big roundish tomatoes that are a little pinkish.
Lovely 8”x4” neon, lavender-pink fruit has a mild, sweet, white flesh. The skin is tender and not bitter. Produces excellent yields.
Sets fruit two weeks earlier. Lavender flowers produce clusters of elongated fruits marked by white stripes. Best harvested 4″ long by 1 3/4″ across for sweet, bitter-free, nearly seedless eating. (hybrid)
Pickler’s Pride (bush/container)
Miscellaneous (4″ pots)
Yellow Squash (hybrid)- vigorous plant- produces well
Bottle/Birdhouse Gourds- grow well with large white flowers.
Purple Coneflower (Echinacea)- Pretty purple flowers. Come back year after year. Bees and butterfly love them. Get out your camera. Has medicinal uses too.
Globe Artichokes – 1st year plants will produce next year if protected from freeze
Marigolds- larger bush version repels bugs and edible too. Good to plant in between tomatoes to repel root knot nematodes