Miscellaneous Vegetables

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Black Beauty Eggplant

Dark purple half long, standard egg-shape type. Eggplants need high soil temprature to germinate. Pick young fruits for the best taste.

$2.00

San Juanito Tomatillo

Green fruits are covered with a leafy green husk. Aka Husk tomato. Indeterminate plant fruits are approx. 3 oz.

$2.25

Xtra-Tender 201173 Corn

The best-eating, mid-season bicolour. Ears have good tip fill and husk cover, snap easily from the stalk, and stay fresh for a longer period of time.

$3.25

Sweet Granite Cantaloupe

The earliest-ripening cantaloupe. Oblong, orange-fleshed fruits with light netting, and average about 3 lb. Melons are sweet with average flavor.

$3.00

Bright Lights Swiss Chard

Yellow, pink, white and red striped stalks, making a very ornamental mixture, not fading with aging. Perfect for decorating salads. Grow for baby leafs or bunching.

$3.00

Sugar Baby Watermelon

Heirloom, the standard of "icebox" melons for many years. Round fruits, 6-8" in diameter, averaging 8-10 lb. Ripe melons are almost black. Super sweet flavor. Tough rinds resist cracking.

$3.75

Arugula

Long, dark, lobed leaves are suitable for salad mix or bunching. Best grown as a cool season salad green or use the edible white flowers as the appear for brightening up salad mixes.

$2.50

Shiro Pak Choi

Classic, 4-6" tall, hour-glass shape with a large heart with tender stems of pure white with dark green round thick leaves. Grow on cooler spots, as it tends to bolt in warm weather.

$2.75

Staro Chives

Mild flavoured taste. Best variety with thicker leaves for freezing, drying, or fresh use. Edible flowers.

$2.50