2021 A Taste of the New

New additions to the catalog for the 2021 growing season include unique tomato varieties from Eastern Europe and east of the Urals. There are new hot peppers from South America and from Asia, rare cucumbers and melons, as well as a number of heirloom bean varieties from Italy. We have expanded our selection of chile and beans and corn native to the Southwestern United States. You will certainly find something new and absolutely stunning to grow this season.



Product Image Item Name- Price
Milagrosa

Milagrosa

Milagrosa is similar to Clear Pink Early, but the plants more compact.The dense foliage protects the fruit from the sun. Production is not a problem!...
$5.00

Add:

Mongolian Hot Pepper

Mongolian Hot Pepper

This compact plant sets lots of finger-sized peppers which ripen to a brilliant red 90-100 days. This is one would work well in a pot, so you could...
$5.00

Add:

Montana Cudu Corn

Montana Cudu Corn

Native seed originally from Montana. One-of-kind markings on kernels are said to resemble the outstretched wings of an eagle. I'm not sure about...
$5.00

Add:

Nadia Tarasenko

Nadia Tarasenko

Nadia is also a plant breeder, but this tomato may be one from her father, Fedor. I'm not sure of the vintage. It is a very fine sauce tomato and...
$5.00

Add:

Neon Peach

Neon Peach

They really can be mistaken for a peach! The fuzzy, apricot orange fruit has a distinctive fruity flavor and production can be phenomenal. Even in...
$5.00

Add:

Polbig

Polbig

'Polbig' was originally a hybrid greenhouse tomato Seeds of Change offered a number of years ago. I was disappointed when they replaced so I grew out...
$5.00

Add:

Purple Smargl

Purple Smargl

This gorgeous salad tomato with a strange name is a wonderful addition to the garden. The pink and green fruit grows in clusters, and there are lots...
$5.00

Add:

Red Wonder Cherry

Red Wonder Cherry

Red Wonder is a large, slightly pear-shaped cherry tomato with fine flavor that holds well on the vine. The big plants are reliable and productive....
$5.00

Add:

Rock Corral

Rock Corral

Though named after Rock Corral Canyon in Arizona, I'm not sure this is a true wild pepper (chiltepin). Rock Corral sets numerous bright red, upright,...
$5.00

Add:

San Luis (Colorado Mirasol)

San Luis (Colorado Mirasol)

Three inch long, upright, bright red pepper is easily grown, sweet and spicy. Highly recommended.
$5.00

Add: