What We Grow

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Part of our dedication to improving biodiversity in managed landscapes is through the introduction of a range of plant varieties beyond the cultivars typically used in traditional agricultural practices. The following list also includes heirloom varieties.

Beets

Chioggia
Detroit Dk. Red
Early Wonder
Touchstone Gold

Cabbage

Bilko (napa)
Glory of Enkhuizen
Savoy Ace
Ruby Perfection

Carrots

Cosmic Purple
Dragon
Yellowstone
Nantes II
Berlicummer

Chard

Fordhook Giant
Golden
Improved Rainbow
Ruby Red

Cucumbers

Green Finger

Eggplant

Black Beauty
Listada di Gandia
Rosa Bianca
Snowy

Flowers

Celosia
Tall Cristata Mix
Sunflower
Taiyo
Zinnia
Oklahoma Mix
Queen Red Lime

Ground Cherry

Yellow

Herbs

Rosie Basil
Santo Cilantro
Italian Large Leaf Basil
Aton Basil
Hera Dill
Hilmar Parsley

Kale

Lacinato
Vates

Kohlrabi

Azur Star

Leeks

Autumn Giant

Lettuce

Dark Lolla Rossa
Freckles
Outredgeous
Parris Island Cos
Red Salad Bowl
Salad Bowl
Lettony

Okra

Clemson Spineles 80
Red Burgundy

Onions

Rossa di Milano
Siskiyou Sweet
Red Wing
Ramrod (bunching)
Red Torpeana Lunga

Parsnip

Harris Model

Peas

Lincoln (shell)
Norli (snow)
Cascadia (snap)
Sugar Ann (snap)

Peppers

Corno Di Toro
Early Jalapeno
Golden California
King of the North
NuMex Joe E. Parker
Ring O Fire Cayenne
California Wonder

Radish

Cherry Belle
Pink Beauty
Rudolf

Rutabega

Laurentian

Speciality Greens

Astro Arugula
Red Giant Mustard
Ruby Streaks Mustard
Shanghi Green Pac Choy
Shungiku
Surry Arugula
White Stemmed Pac Choy

Spinach

Bloomsdale

Squash, Summer

Midnight Lightning Zucchini
Golden Dawn III
Sunburst

Squash, Winter

Burgess Buttercup
Delicata
Red Kuri
Waltham Butternut

Tomatoes

Bing Cherry
Jaune Flamme
Matt’s Wild
Medford
Roma VF Paste
Rose De Berne
Rutgers
San Marzano (paste)
Sun Sugar (yellow cherry)


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