Bennings Green Tint Scallop is a classic light green patty pan squash that produces massive amounts of squash and blooms that can be used for culinary purposes. Introduced in 1914 this squash has been around for over 100 years, and for good reason! Uniform and heavy bearing, this squash will not disappoint.
This specialty melon is a favorite of growers up and down the west coast of America””and for good reason! A honeydew and cantaloupe flavor combination, Sharlyn melon actually changes flavors as it ripens! In the young stage, its green flesh is similar to honeydew. But after a week of ripening off the vine, intense tropical flavors condense making you feel like you are in a tropical paradise when you eat this melon!
Long Island Cheese, an heirloom and prized Art of Taste pumpkin, has had a long history of being a favorite—and for good reason. Large ribbed pumpkins are beautiful and long keepers. The sweet and finely grained meat can be used in an array of recipes. Vigorous vines with selection for disease resistance.
If you love the flavor of Thai chilis, you will love this custom mix! We grew these seeds on our farm for trialing and production in the summer of 2019. We could not believe the number of chilis each plant produced! The plants form small bushes that produce over a pound of chilis on each one! You will find red and orange Thai chilis in this mix. Both have a decent amount of heat but the flavor is what is wonderful. Floral and sweet notes complement the heat and will add flavor to your dishes!
This corn has become incredibly popular for its stunning colors. Each kernel looks like a perfect glass gem with swirls of colors. This corn was bred from a number of native varieties by Carl “White Eagle” Barnes, the famous Cherokee corn collector. You can make cornmeal or popcorn from these beautiful kernels that grow on sturdy tall 9-foot stalks.
This beautiful flower is a must-have on our farm! A classic flower garden favorite. Cosmos are fuss-free flowers and can grow in poor soil conditions. Great for attracting pollinators! Broadcast cosmos seeds in the garden freely or transplant. Plants can get large and wild; prune for a neat garden look.