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Super 45 Cantaloupe
Pretty salmon-red flesh and extra-sweet taste are reason enough to grow Super 45, but this hybrid variety's abundant crop is one reason more. Cantaloupes, also called muskmelons, are more than 90% water, so be sure to provide frequent, regular waterings. To save space, plant 1 foot apart at the base of a fence or trellis where the long vines can climb. Super 45 cantaloupe is resistant to powdery mildew. Part of our Harvest Select line, available only at The Home Depot!
Attract pollinators to your garden to increase your harvests with the fabulous fragrance and flowers of Spanish Lavender. Not only do bees and butterflies adore lavender, but it’s also a delicious addition to recipes. Use it on roasts, mix it with thyme, savory, and rosemary to create Herbs de Provence, add it to lemonade, infuse water with it for tea, or create confections with the edible flowers. Plus, the beautiful purple blooms look lovely in homegrown bouquets. The unique flowers and silvery, heat-tolerant foliage make a stunning container planting. Grow a bit of soothing aromatherapy in your garden!
Sandy Oakleaf Lettuce
Imagine fresh, tasty salad right from your own backyard or balcony! Sandy Oakleaf Lettuce not only tastes delicious, it’s beautiful paired in containers with cool season flowers like violas. Sandy’s leaves add interesting texture wherever it’s planted—in raised beds, containers, or borders along a walkway. Slow to bolt, Sandy’s frilly, dark green leaves remain sweet even when heat stressed. You’ll love the ease of growing this tasty lettuce, as the uniform, mounded plants offer exceptional disease resistance, especially to powdery mildew. Use as a cut-and-come again baby leaf variety, or wait for the plant to reach maturity to harvest the full, loose-leaf heads. All-America Selections Winner.
Orange Swiss Chard
Plant a bright addition in your garden! Orange Swiss Chard tastes as good as it looks. Golden-orange stems contrast beautifully with dark-green leaves, with the stem color intensifying as the plant matures. Use young leaves in salads or harvest mature leaves for cooking. Not only is it pretty and delicious, Orange Swiss Chard provides ongoing harvests—as you snip leaves, new stems and leaves grow to continue the bounty. Add this beautiful edible to containers or beds where you can enjoy the show!
Newbie growers and experienced gardeners alike, rejoice--your new favorite kale is here! Whether you grow on an acre or on a balcony, Prizm’s compact form and wonderfully ruffled leaves perform beautifully in beds or containers. The curly, bright, medium-green leaves look lovely mixed into a pretty container design with edible flowers or planted in neat rows in veggie gardens. Best of all, the nearly stemless stalks re-leaf quickly, providing a continuous kale supply throughout the season. With a slightly nutty flavor, the tender leaves taste delicious fresh but also hold up well when cooked. You’ll love creating healthy smoothies, salads, and meals with Prizm. All-America Selections Winner.
Wow your dinner guests with stunning purple cauliflower! The brilliant, colorful heads of Graffiti create a gorgeous presentation, both on the plate and in your garden. Large, plum-hued heads against deep green leaves look lovely in veggie garden beds. Graffiti grows easily—it resists summer’s heat and even performs well in drought. Serve this gourmet beauty fresh as a crudité or steamed to enjoy the brilliant color, as the intensity of the purple fades when boiled. (Add a few drops of lemon juice to the water to help maintain its vibrant hue.)
Emerald Towers Basil
Get ready for a summer filled with fresh bruschetta—and a winter’s worth of perfectly preserved pesto! Everleaf Emerald Towers Basil extends your harvest, flowering 10 to 12 weeks later than traditional basil varieties, but with the same, great flavor you love. This columnar, upright variety makes a perfect addition to smaller spaces like patio and balcony containers, but it also grows beautifully in-ground and in raised beds. A heat-tolerant variety, your basil will taste great even in the midst of a scorching summer. Its long growing season ensures you’ll have plenty of delicious, flavorful basil for caprese salad, cocktails or mocktails, and all of your favorite summer meals.
A 2015 All-America Selections winner. Grow your own baby (or stem) broccoli — a gourmet treat! Instead of focusing its energy on producing one large broccoli head, Artwork Broccoli yields tender, dark green side shoots with bite-size heads and long, edible stems--perfect for stir-fries and sautéing. Pinch the main head when it reach 1 to 1.5 inches to trigger side shoot formation. Harvest the smaller heads that follow when stems are 6 to 7 Inches Long. Plants should yield many side shoots through the growing season—a true broccoli bouquet. Resists bolting in warm weather.Part of our Harvest Select line, available only at The Home Depot!
If you love highly productive, delicious slicing tomatoes that resist disease, you’ll adore Stellar Slicing Tomato. The pretty round, red fruit make perfect additions to tomato pie or sliced for sandwiches. The compact plant works beautifully in small space gardens or containers, as well as in raised beds. Best of all, Stellar lives up to its name: it’s highly disease resistant, making your tomato growing season a pleasure instead of a challenge! Support Stellar with stakes or a sturdy cage at planting time.
Enjoy the delicious taste of homegrown tomatoes all year long! These adorable, tasty cherry tomatoes grow beautifully inside on a sunny windowsill (or well-lit kitchen counter) or outside as a centerpiece on a patio table. The compact plant produces loads of lovely, bright-red, sweet fruit that’s perfect for salads, snacking, or grilling on kabobs. Siam Kitchen Mini Tomatoes let you enjoy the taste of summer both indoors and out, any time of year.
Rosie Cabbage Pak-Choi
Have you jumped on the foodscaping craze yet? With Rosie Pak Choi, you can create a beautiful, edible border in your front yard—or add a pretty pop of color in your kitchen garden! The bright, reddish-purple leaves provide a gorgeous contrast with the green-red stems, and the vase-shaped plants add a uniform, elegant look to vegetable gardens. Delicious in stir-fries, Rosie grows quickly—harvest baby greens in three weeks, or wait just a bit longer to enjoy a full size pak choi. Beautiful and tasty, Rosie is an inspired addition to your garden.
Pesto Perpetuo Basil
If you love delicious, flavorful herbs that also look beautiful, add Pesto Perpetuo Basil to your garden. Not only does it taste great, with a distinct, lemony flavor, the pretty basil looks lovely in the garden—and in your meals, too. White-edged leaves add interest to containers and raised beds, and this non-flowering variety means that you’ll harvest basil all summer long! Enjoy fresh basil until first frost, adding it to summery salads, refreshing drinks, delicious dishes, or preserving pesto for a taste of summer during chilly winter days.
Pineapple Ground Cherry
Its name may be a misnomer—it’s not a pineapple or a cherry—but it IS sweet, fruity, and delicious! Pineapple Ground Cherries add interest to your garden with unique, pretty, papery husks dangling from short, spreading vines. Closely related to tomatillo but with a sweet, complex flavor, the golden yellow fruit is perfect for snacks, preserves, dessert toppings, or as the base for an interesting salsa. A prolific producer, let the husk-covered fruit fall to the ground before collecting, and remove the husk prior to enjoying this unique edible!
Mandarina Lemon Balm
If you love the refreshing scent of oranges, you’ll adore Mandarina Lemon Balm. Unlike the traditional lemon fragrance, this new variety produces a unique scent, reminiscent of walking through an orange grove or peeling a juicy fruit. Small, white flowers appear in summer, but the leaves can be harvested anytime for a refreshing iced beverage or soothing bedtime tea. The trailing habit of Mandarina Lemon Balm works beautifully as a “spiller” in containers—try pairing it with a dwarf tomato plant to create a pretty, edible container garden. Its spreading habit offers a great solution for slopes or other challenging areas in your garden, making a great ground cover with a subtle, soothing scent. Pollinators will flock to the pretty flowers, so add it to your veggie garden, too.
Mini Crisp Cucumber
Do you love the crisp, crunch of cucumbers but think you don’t have space to grow them? Think again! Patio Perfect Cucumbers produce full-sized, delicious fruit on compact vines that are perfect for growing on patios, porches, or balconies. With shorter vines than typical varieties, Patio Perfect Cucumber grows beautifully when planted in a container with a trellis. The medium green, smooth-skinned fruits arrive early—in just over a month, you’ll be harvesting refreshingly sweet treats, perfect for fresh eating or pickles. Or, slice a few cucumbers and add them to a pitcher of water for a refreshing, flavorful way to stay hydrated.
Little Sicily Globe Tomato
If you love tomatoes but never grow them due to space restrictions, it’s time to make your green thumb—and taste buds--happy! This compact, determinate tomato grows less than two feet tall, making it perfect for a balcony or patio container. While the plant may be small, the fruit adds big flavor to your favorite summer dishes. Enjoy Little Sicily fresh, sliced in sandwiches or diced for bruschetta, or add it to your favorite recipes. Abundant, small, red fruits ripen over a few weeks for a large harvest, making it a perfect tomato to can or process for sauce. With a tidy habit and pretty green foliage, Little Sicily is an attractive addition to your small-space garden.
Add interest to your garden and delicious flavor to your meals with Mad Hatter peppers, which look (fittingly!) like little hats. The unique disc-shaped, lobed fruit matures from green to bright red, adding ornamental beauty to the veggie garden. The taste, though, is the real reason to adore Mad Hatter. Its slightly floral, citrus flavor remains sweet with just a touch of heat near the seeds. Popular in Bolivian and Peruvian dishes, this prolific plant produces plenty of peppers for salads, pickling, or appetizers. Try Mad Hatter peppers stuffed with cheese for a tasty treat. Part of our Harvest Select line, available only at The Home Depot!
Little Bing Cherry Tomato
If you love tomatoes but are short on space, this is the ideal plant for you. Little Bing’s compact, determinate habit makes it easy to add this tasty tomato anywhere you have full sun—a patio, balcony, or even just outside your kitchen door. The plant may be small, but the cherry-sized tomatoes give you a huge burst of summer flavor. Pop these treats straight into your mouth as a healthy snack, add them to salads, or include them in your favorite Italian cuisine. Abundant, small, red fruits ripen over a few weeks for a large harvest. Enjoy the pretty, green, disease-resistant foliage of Little Bing. It’s an attractive addition to your small-space garden.
Little Napoli Roma Tomato
If you love making sauces and pastes but don’t have a lot of space to grow your own Roma tomatoes, this is the variety for you. The compact, bushy plant yields loads of small-size Romas and is ideal for containers or raised beds. Fruits are meaty and flavorful, and also work well for salsas, shish kabobs, and drying. Since this is a determinate plant, most fruit will ripen in a short period of time. Resistant to verticillium wilt (V) and fusarium wilt (F). Part of our Harvest Select line, available only at The Home Depot!
Hot Fajita Pepper
Want to add heat to your culinary creations? Even if you don’t have space for a garden, you still can spice up your favorite dishes with Hot Fajita Pepper. This pretty, compact pepper plant grows beautifully on balconies or patio tables—or even on a sunny kitchen windowsill! You’ll love the bright burst of petite peppers, and heat-seeking taste buds will enjoy the seriously fiery flavor. Best of all, you can enjoy these tasty treats all year long—this pepper grows well inside during chilly winter days, too.
Hot Burrito Hot Pepper
Don’t let the small size fool you—this compact pepper plant produces fruit that packs heat! If you love hot peppers, you’ll love the spicy kick of Hot Burrito. A beautiful edible pepper, it’s also a gorgeous ornamental addition to containers. Its compact size makes it perfect for growing on sunny balconies, patios, porches—and even indoors in a well-lit area! Add a fully ripe Hot Burrito pepper to a bottle of your favorite oil or vinegar to infuse it with flavor. They’re delicious fresh or in recipes, or add them to skewers for grilling. Peppers become hotter as they mature, with a Scoville rating of 3,000-6,000.
Green Griller Zucchini
As the name suggests, this variety of zucchini squash is practically made for the grill. Oblong zucchinis are fatter and blockier than other varieties, yielding broad slices that are easy to flip. Fruits grow on a low, open bush, so picking them is a cinch. Leaves boast a green and silver variegated pattern that looks really attractive in the garden. Fruits mature quite quickly! Resistant to Zucchini Yellow Mosaic Virus. Part of our Harvest Select line, available only at The Home Depot!
Genuwine Beefsteak Tomato
Hybrid. All the flavor of your favorite heirloom tomatoes but with an earlier harvest, higher production, and fewer blemishes! With parents like Costoluto Genovese and Brandywine, you know Genuwine tastes delicious. An Heirloom Marriage™ variety that incorporates the parents’ best traits, Genuwine produces deeply ribbed fruit with outstanding flavor. Plus, it’s ready to harvest 12 to 19 days earlier than Brandywine. You’ll enjoy tomato sandwiches while your neighbors are still anxiously awaiting their first ripe fruit.
Fresh Bites Orange Pepper
Think that you need a big garden to grow delicious food? Think again! The compact nature of Fresh Bites Orange Pepper means it grows beautifully in containers. While the plant may be small, you’ll snack on these pretty, sweet, bright orange peppers all summer long—it’s a highly productive variety. Use the fruits fresh in salads or appetizers or add them to your favorite recipes. You’ll love how these pretty, prolific peppers taste, plus they’ll make a gorgeous addition to your containers.
Early Flame Jalapeno Hot Pepper
Hybrid. Enjoy jalapeno poppers early in the season! With Early Flame, you’ll harvest peppers sooner than with many traditional jalapeno varieties. Early Flame’s compact habit makes the ideal addition to container gardens. Don’t let the small size fool you, though—it produces loads of pretty, medium to large, green to deep red fruits that pack a punch! Place it on your sunny balcony or patio and get ready to create your favorite spicy dishes. Use the green fruit fresh or in recipes, or wait until it matures into deep red to create your own sriracha. Peppers become hotter as they mature, with a Scoville Rating of 1,500-4,000.
Cucamelon Mexican Gherkin
Is it a cucumber? Is it a melon? This adorable fruit looks like a watermelon for fairies, but it tastes like a cucumber with tangy citrus overtones. Loads of tiny, one-inch fruits appear on vigorous vines. (Trellis the vines to save space in the garden.) Delicious eaten fresh from the garden as snacks or in salads, you can also pickle these cuties to enjoy later. If you garden with kids, make sure to add Cucamelon to your beds. Also known as a mouse melon, this fruit makes an ideal addition to tea parties with fairies.
Chocolate Sprinkles Tomato
This cherry tomato has it all: good looks, great flavor, heavy yields, and disease resistance. Bite-sized, cherry-type fruits are beautifully colored — red striped with dark green — that explode with rich, robust flavor. This highly productive plant forms its fruit in clusters, and starts bearing early in the season. Support Chocolate Sprinkles Tomato with stakes or sturdy cage at planting time. Resistant to fusarium wilt (F1), nematodes (N), and tobacco mosaic virus (TMV). Part of our Harvest Select line, available only at The Home Depot!
Candy Cane Bell Pepper
You’ll love this sweet treat! Candy Cane’s variegated leaves and striped, early-arriving fruit make it look like an ornamental addition to your vegetable garden. Surprise! It’s actually a delicious, edible pepper that changes from green and white striped to red as it matures. The sweet flavor, thin walls, and crispy texture make it perfect for fresh eating at any stage of ripeness. Plant this beauty in a container on your patio or balcony to show off its pretty foliage and fruit, or add it to your raised beds for a bright surprise.
Carmen Italian Sweet Pepper
For sweet peppers that taste wonderful roasted, plant Carmen. This Italian pepper is a bull's horn type (corno di toro), so named for its elongated shape. The sweet flavor is present in fruits from the time they form. Wait to pick fruits at their deepest red hue and you'll experience a richly sweet flavor. Plants bear fruit until frost. If space is tight, try Carmen in containers, tucking trailing annuals along pot edges. Carmen was developed to bear fruits under cooler growing conditions, making it an excellent choice for areas with short growing seasons as well as the rest of the country. This adaptability and great performance earned it an All-America Selections award in 2006. The plants are resistant to many diseases, including verticillium wilt (V), fusarium (F), and tobacco mosaic virus (TMV). Part of our Harvest Select line, available only at The Home Depot!
This tomato is celebrated for its ability to ripen a large amount of fruit all at once for efficient home canning. It also boasts outstanding, full flavor that makes it a great choice for fresh eating in salads and on sandwiches. Fruits have thick skins and keep well on vines without cracking. Even those these are determinate tomatoes, plants do benefit from staking. Tuck one plant into a half whiskey barrel. Plants are resistant to verticillium wilt, fusarium wilt races 1 and 2, alternaria stem canker, and Stemphylium (gray leaf spot). Part of our Harvest Select line, available only at The Home Depot!