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Super Sweet 100 Tomato
When Sweet 100 tomato was first introduced it created a buzz among gardeners because it is so tasty and produces for such a long time. Now, its improved cousin, Super Sweet 100 hybrid, bears the same long, branched clusters of deliciously sweet tomatoes high in sugar and vitamin C. But Super Sweet 100 is known to be more disease resistant, giving plants a better chance where certain problems may be soil-borne. You'll be eating them right off the vine before they ever make it to the salad bowl! They are perfect for snacking, salads, and even juice. Super Sweet 100 lives up to its name, especially when harvested at the peak of ripeness. The indeterminate vines continue bearing until frost. Give them a tall support because they grow and grow over the top of the cage and back down again. Resistant to verticillium wilt (V) and fusarium wilt (F).
Husky Red Cherry Tomato
This super sweet cherry tomato is a best seller because of its flavor, productivity, and good looks. If you like to snack on cherry tomatoes, this is a great choice. One of the popular "Husky" series developed especially for home gardens, the plant is stout, dark green and really pretty; it's one of the prettiest tomato plants that we grow. The vines are dwarf indeterminate, making them short and husky like a determinate type, usually between 3 and 4 feet, yielding clusters of tasty little cherry tomatoes in a small space over a long period of time. Perfect for pots, too. The dwarf vines stay neat and compact, but give the plant a little support on a stake or cage to keep it upright in rain and wind. Many juicy, sweet cherry tomatoes are borne on vines resistant to verticillium wilt (V) and fusarium wilt (F). Organic varieties are only available at retailers.
Celebrity vines bear clusters of medium-large tomatoes that are prized for their flavor. This is a great, all-round, dependable choice for your "basic" tomato needs -- sandwiches, slicing, snacks, and bruschetta. Gardeners love that the plants are quite resistant to disease, too. The large, meaty fruit with exceptional flavor are borne on dependable, strong vines that benefit from the support of a cage or stake to keep them upright, especially when loaded with fruit. Celebrity is sometimes considered a semi-determinate tomato plant, because it grows to a certain height (3 to 4 feet) but continues to produce fruit all season until frost. Resistant to verticillium wilt (V), fusarium wilt races 1 and 2 (F), nematodes, and tobacco mosaic virus (T).
Early Girl Tomato
When gardeners talk about the "first" tomatoes, Early Girl is always there. This may be the most all-round popular hybrid to satisfy that itch for the first fresh tomato of the season. Use them for slicing on a place, into a salad, or on a sandwich. This a proven all-round early hybrid. Use it to jump start your harvest. Early Girl bears lots of fruit for early harvest, but because the vines are indeterminate, they continue producing through summer. In our Alabama test garden, where conditions are ideal and the growing season is long, we harvest an average of 300 tomatoes from each Early Girl plant! Many gardeners plant it again late in the summer so that it will produce a huge fresh crop of "fall tomatoes" quickly before frost.Resistant to verticillium wilt (V) and fusarium wilt races 1 and 2 (F).
Tami G Grape Tomato
Gardeners who have grown Tami G grape tomatoes appreciate her hybrid qualities, both in the garden and at the table. These firm, sweet, dark-red grape tomatoes grow 1 1/4 inch long x 3/4 inch wide, perfect for a healthy snack or salad. Tami G grape tomatoes grow into a vigorous vine that can reach 8 to 9 feet tall in a season, easily growing over the top of the cage and back down again. Because this variety is disease resistant, you will enjoy an extended harvest. This makes an absolutely beautiful branch of grape tomatoes that you can lay out on a table and let folks pick their own from the stem (like grapes). It's a crowd pleaser. Resistant to fusarium wilt (F), alterneria stem canker (ASC), gray leaf spot (St), and bacterial spec race 0.
Tidy Rose Tomato
If you love the rich flavor of heirloom tomatoes but prefer the higher yields and less fuss of newer varieties, you’ll adore Tidy Rose Tomato, part of the Bonnie® Reserve Collection. The beautiful pink, deeply ribbed fruit tastes as good as it looks, with complex, sweet, delicious tomato flavor. The plant stays nicely compact, producing 5- to 7-ounce fruit all summer. Enjoy Tidy Rose tomatoes on sandwiches, in Caprese salad, or in tomato pie. Great for containers or planted in the garden. This compact indeterminate vine grows 36 to 60 inches tall, remaining relatively short, like a determinate vine, but producing fruit all season long. Add a strong cage or stake to your tomato when planting. Place in full sun and feed regularly. Matures in 60 to 65 days. Resistant to fusarium wilt (F1), verticillium wilt (V).
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Green Romaine Lettuce
This is the classic romaine. Its compact, dark green rosette of tall, upright leaves is slightly curly with white hearts and has a crisp, sweet flavor. Slow to bolt. Grows best in full sun, but will tolerate partial shade and even appreciates it in spring in hot climates. Organic varieties are only available at retailers.
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Developed by Cornell University, this heat-tolerant, Bibb-type lettuce has quickly become a favorite since earning All America status in 1963. Its rich green leaves, sometimes tinged with red, form a beautiful rosette in the garden that holds well under stress and has good bolt resistance. A good source of vitamin A and phytonutrients. Grows best in full sun, but will tolerate partial shade and even appreciates it in spring in hot climates.
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Red Romaine Lettuce
This eye-catching romaine deserves a spot in both the vegetable and the flower garden. Colorful leaves start out green, then fade to a deep red-bronze as they mature. Red Romaine leaves bring a sweet, flavorful crunch to salads and sandwiches. The heads (if allowed to form) are thick enough to grill. Plants are slow to bolt and grow best in full sun, but will tolerate partial shade and even appreciate it in spring in hot climates. Resistant to mosaic virus.
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Yellow Blotch Pansy
Add a burst of sunshine to your garden with Bonnie Plants® Yellow Blotch Pansy. The sweet, cheerful yellow flowers with pretty faces look lovely in flower beds, windowboxes, veggie gardens, or added to a bud vase. The cute annual flowers brighten landscapes during cool seasons, adding much needed color in spring and fall gardens in warm climates, while putting on an early summer show in northern gardens. Mix pansies into a garden bed with spring blooming bulbs: they’ll not only complement tulips and daffodils, but pansy’s pretty foliage helps disguise fading bulb blooms. Add pansies to a container with kale or ornamental cabbage for a fantastic fall display. (Don't worry about chilly nights: they're frost tolerant!) Yellow Blotch Pansy’s fabulous flowers make a great addition in the veggie garden, too. Plant a burst of bright color among lettuce, arugula, and kale. Plant Yellow Blotch Pansy in well-drained, evenly moist soil and feed with Miracle-Gro® Plant Food at planting. Water when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch. Use mulch to help retain moisture and keep soil cool to prolong the blooms as temperatures rise. For best results, add high-quality Bonnie Plants® live plant pansy to your garden instead of growing from seed for an instant addition of color and brightness. Your garden will be off to a great start!
White Hybrid Cauliflower
Inner leaves wrap to protect the deep, white curds. Produces heavy yields. Try raw with dips or broken into salads. More resistant to cold than many cauliflower varieties. Rich in vitamin C.
Green Leaf Lettuce
This lettuce looks as good as it tastes, producing large, loose heads of bright green, curly leaves with a buttery flavor. Plants resist bolting and are easy to grow. Perfect for containers!
Head Lettuce (Iceberg Type)
This is the standard crisp-head variety with large solid hearts and very crisp, tasty leaves. In warmer parts of the country, it may not form the tight heads that it does in California (where most head lettuce is commercially grown), but the looser heads that do form are delicious and distinctly Iceberg nonetheless. If you live in an area in which the temperature gets hot fast in the spring, harvest the heads early and enjoy. Rich in vitamin A.
Gourmet Salad Mix
Here's the perfect baby lettuce mix- no grocery bags required. A blend of red, light green, and dark green lettuce leaves (both smooth and ruffled) grow together in this pretty salad combo. Lettuce grows best in full sun, but will tolerate partial shade and even appreciates shade in spring in hot climates. Plant in the ground, in raised beds, or in containers.
Sunrise Sauce Tomato
Grow gorgeous, bright orange, Roma-type tomatoes perfect for sauce—right on your patio or balcony! Sunrise Sauce produces high yields of sweet, pretty fruits on short vines, perfect for container growing. Most fruit ripens within a concentrated period, which makes the variety ideal for preserving. The flavorful, high quality tomatoes are meaty, easy to peel, and cook down quickly, making tomato processing painless. Great for fresh eating, but the flavor becomes even more intense when cooked. The low maintenance, determinate vine is resistant to fusarium wilt (F) and verticillium wilt (V).
Tumbling Tom Yellow Tomato
Fill a few hanging baskets with Tumbling Tom Yellow tomatoes for an eye-catching — and tasty — show. Stems cascade freely from hanging baskets, tall containers, or window boxes, and when they're loaded with lemon yellow fruit, the effect is striking. You'll get a harvest of up to four pounds of tomatoes per plant, with new fruit ripening throughout the summer. These plants have a trailing growth habit, so they don't need staking. Tuck one to two into a tall pot or large hanging basket. Resistant to fusarium wilt, verticillium wilt, and nematodes.
Park's Whopper Improved Tomato
If the classic Park's Whopper could be improved, this tomato does it with greater disease resistance, higher yield, and a longer growing season. Big, juicy, meaty sandwich-sized tomatoes appear early on indeterminate vines that continue until frost. Plants in our Alabama test garden, where conditions are ideal and the harvest lasts two months, bear 60 to 80 pounds of tomatoes. These vines are vigorous, so be sure to stake or cage well. Resistant to verticillium wilt (V), fusarium wilt races 1 and 2 (F), nematodes (N), and tobacco mosaic virus (T).
Grow garden candy—or at least, make kids think that you do! Candyland Cherry Tomato produces loads of tiny, tasty treats, perfect for popping in your mouth straight from the vine. A currant-type tomato, the fruit is smaller than a typical cherry tomato, but the super-sweet flavor makes a big impression, especially for people who think they don’t like tomatoes. Ideal for tarts, flatbreads, and salads, you’ll adore the big harvest of these little cuties. Indeterminate vines grow best in tall cages or staked.
Juliet Roma Grape Tomato
Slightly larger than the well-known Santa grape tomato, Juliet bears delicious, sweet fruit on indeterminate vines. Some gardeners refer to it as a mini Roma because of the shape. The wonderfully sweet fruit are crack resistant and remain in good condition on the vine longer than most cherry tomatoes. The fruit are as soft and juicy as cherry tomatoes, they hold up well in salads, even leftovers, and they have a longer shelf life so you can keep them on hand without picking every day. The vigorous vines set lots of fruit on long trusses and keep setting fruit throughout the summer. Quite heat tolerant. Vines are long and vigorous, so give the plant room to tumble over its cage. One of the longest-lasting tomatoes in the garden. Hybrid. Resistant to early blight (AB). Tolerant to late blight (LB).
Black Cherry Tomato
This truly black cherry tomato was bred in Florida by the late Vince Sapp. Pick loads of these perfectly round, dark fruits with rich, sweet, dynamic flavor from just one plant. Great for shish-kebabs, salads (they're striking!), or just eating in the garden. Vines are quite vigorous, so use a tall cage. Open-pollinated.