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Ozark Beauty Strawberry
This everbearing variety produces high yields of large, very sweet fruit from late spring until frost, with concentrated fruiting in summer and again in fall. Ideal for jam, preserves, or desserts. Plants are cold-hardy and send out long runners. Great for containers.
Most popular variety of everbearing strawberry! Large, soft, deliciously sweet fruit ideal for preserves or fresh eating. Produces from late spring through fall. Developed by Washington State University, this variety is popular everywhere for its delicious berries that are perfect for home gardens. Great for containers. Plant so that crown is just above soil level.
Wee B Little Pumpkin
Give your garden a splash of cuteness with baseball size pumpkins. A 1999 All-America Selections winner, Wee B Little is well adapted throughout the US. Small fruits weigh from one-half to one pound and are the perfect size for small hands to hold. Fruits can be carved, cooked, or painted — this is one versatile vegetable. Vines have a semi-bush habit, so they don't require lots of room to roam in the garden. Pumpkins are a great source of vitamins A and C.
Heirloom. This round to oblong pumpkin was bred for making Jack O' Lanterns, but its flesh makes delicious pies, soups, and muffins, too. It weighs an average of about 7 to 10 pounds and has a deep orange color. Vines grow long, so give it plenty of room or save space by trellising and make a sling for the heavy fruit. It has a nice thick stem that makes a good handle for the top of your Jack O' Lantern. Great source of vitamins A and C.
Hale's Best Jumbo Cantaloupe
Heirloom. An old, classic favorite dating from the 1920s, this ribbed melon has a heavily netted skin. Also called muskmelon. As melons go, this one is a little more drought tolerant than most, but remember that all melons are more than 90% water. Likes hot weather. Delicious, firm flesh is rich with antioxidants. To save space, plant 1 foot apart at the base of a trellis where vines can climb.
Sugar Baby Watermelon
This small, round melon is called an icebox type because it is petite enough to fit in the refrigerator. This widely adapted heirloom variety is solid, dark green on the outside with a bright red, firm and fine-grained flesh that is super sweet. Watermelon contains high levels of healthy antioxidants, making Sugar Baby a great sweet way to pack in good nutrition. Vines are compact. Plant about 4 feet apart.
Developed at the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station in Leesburg in 1963, Jubilee produces large, elongated melons known for their finely-textured, bright pink-red flesh and deliciously sweet taste. The tough rind has dark green stripes on a light green background. Give vines plenty of room to run. Resistant to anthracnose and fusarium wilt.
Crimson Sweet Watermelon
A pretty, light green melon with dark stripes, Crimson Sweet is famous for its high sugar content and great flavor. Seeds are small and dark. The vines are resistant to anthracnose and fusarium wilt. Give vines plenty of room to run. Released by Kansas State University in 1963, it has become a classic favorite. High in lycopene.
Charleston Gray Watermelon
The classic oblong watermelon, Charleston Gray has red, fiberless flesh and a tough, medium-thick gray-green rind often used for making watermelon rind pickles. At one time this was the predominant watermelon in home gardens and markets. The seed we use to grow our Charleston Gray watermelon plants originated in 1954 at the USDA Southern Vegetable Breeders Lab in Charleston, South Carolina. It is not a seedless variety. Grow this one for seed spitting contests! Give vines plenty of room to run.
Black Diamond Watermelon
Black Diamond is a classic oblong watermelon with a black-green rind covering bright red, crisp, flavorful flesh. In the 1950s, Black Diamond was a very popular home garden variety. Fruits have gray-black seeds (perfect for seed spitting contests) and can grow quite large. In Arkansas, where it’s rumored to have been developed, local gardeners recommend this melon for greased watermelon contests: Simply grease the melon, place it into a child’s plastic swimming pool, and get ready for some fun as the kids chase it and try to grab it! Drought-resistant and prolific.
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This excellent home garden variety yields exceptionally large, dark red fruit from late spring through autumn. Although it is officially considered Junebearing, Sequoia strawberry plants produce like an everbearing strawberry in mild climates, putting on berries throughout the warm season. The berries are firm at first and soften as they enlarge. Resistant to powdery mildew. Sequoia strawberry plants are widely adapted, being recommended in gardens from California to Utah to Florida. Plant so that crown is just above soil level. Some Bonnie Plants varieties may not be available at your local stores, as we select and sell varieties best suited to the growing conditions in each region. Only available in the following states, in limited quantities: CA, NV
Allstar produces high yields of very large, sweet, extra juicy berries in late mid-season, which is usually late spring and early summer, depending on when summer arrives in your area. As a Junebearer, the harvest season is concentrated over a few weeks, making it a good choice if you want to freeze or cook with a lot of berries at one time. Vigorous plants are resistant to verticillium wilt and red stele, and moderately resistant to leaf scorch and powdery mildew. Plant so that crown is just above soil level.
Hybrid. Large, firm, cone-shaped berries have a wonderfully sweet flavor, thanks to their high sugar content. Everbearing plants begin producing in late spring and continue through until fall. Plants grow upright as well as outward, and do well in both the garden and hanging baskets. Resistant to verticillium wilt, phytophthora crown rot, anthracnose crown rot. Organic varieties are only available at retailers.