2018 - Best of the New

We want to share some outstanding new varieties of tomatoes, peppers and corn with you for next season. All have been tested on our farm and are among the very best in terms of production and flavor. Good luck in the garden this season!



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Pearl Ultrasweet corn

Pearl Ultrasweet corn

This creamy supersweet corn was a favorite in my neighborhood this summer. We enjoyed a huge harvest of 10 inch ears with sugary sweet kernels. It...
$4.00

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Santa Domingo multi-colored dent

Santa Domingo multi-colored dent

This variety sets big, beautiful ears of corn perfect for flour or drying. The color combination, a mixture of rich mahogany and blue, is one of the...
$4.00

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Santa Maria Piquinto Bean

Santa Maria Piquinto Bean

A small pink bean from the Central Coast of California which is renowned for flavor, Santa Maria is remarkably productive and easy to grow. I got the...
$4.50

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St. Antonine Bell Pepper

St. Antonine Bell Pepper

Easily the largest bell pepper in the world, this monster from France sets huge crops on a stout plant. The only drawback is they are borne low on...
$5.00

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Tasmanian Black

Tasmanian Black

Tasmanian Black is a handsome, sturdy 2 foot plant that bears loads of pure black peppers that ripen to dark/mahogany. They are hot, but the...
$3.00

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Wild Child

Wild Child

This is a dwarf version of a cross I originally made to LA1777, a wild tomato species. It bears loads of pinkish orange cherries on a mounded plant...
$5.00

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Witch's Stick hot pepper (trial)

Witch's Stick hot pepper (trial)

This variety was given to me by a friend who had saved the seed. It is a very slender, corkscrew shaped pepper, sweet and fairly spicy like a...
$4.00

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