Plant Varieties 2015

Tomato Plants

This list is incomplete and subject to change. First tomato plants will be available for sale in mid-April at the Mid-Columbia Market at the Hub.

Alberto Shatters
Aunt Gertie’s Gold
Aunt Ruby’s German Green
Azoychka
Beauty King
Big Zac F1
Black Cherry
Black Krim
Bloody Butcher
Box Car Willie
Brandywine – Sudduth’s
Brandywine OTV
Chadwick Cherry
Cherokee Purple
Churra Plum
Garden Peach
Gardener’s Delight
German Johnson
Grape
Green Grape
Green Zebra
Heidi
Helsing Junction Blues
Hillbilly
Ildi
JD’s Special C-Tex
Juanne Flammee
Kellogg’s Breakfast
Kosovo
Larry
Marianna’s Peace
Moonglow
Mortgage Lifter
Opalka
Orange Strawberry
Pearly Pink
Pink Berkeley Tie-Dye
Red Rose
Reif Red Heart
Rutgers
San Marzano
Santorini
Sara’s Galapagos
Sioux
Snow White Cherry
Striped Roma
Sungold
Tiny Tim
Traveler
White currant
White Queen
Yellow Pear
Gardener’s Sweetheart

Pepper Plants

This list is incomplete and subject to change. First pepper plants will be available for sale in late April at the Mid-Columbia Market at the Hub.

Aji Dulce
Anaheim TMR
Cherry Pick
Chiltepin
Fooled You
Ghost Pepper
Habanero
Jalapeno M
Moringa Pepper
Orange Sun
Ozark Giant
Pasilla Bajio
Poblano L
Purple Beauty
Quad Giallo
Quad Rosso
Tepin
Trinidad Perfume
Yellow Monster

Herb Plants

This list is incomplete and subject to change. First herb plants will be available for sale in late April at the Mid-Columbia Market at the Hub.

Basil (various types)
Chives
Fennel
Fenugreek
Mint, Apple
Mint, Peppermint
Mint, Pineapple Mint (variegated)
Oregano
Oregano, Variegated
Rosemary, ARP
Rosemary, BBQ
Sage
Tarragon, French
Thyme, Lemon

Garden OnionsOnion plants

Available now, until we run out.
Ailsa Craig
Said to be one of the largest growing varieties available, this is an open pollinated sweet onion.
Copra
Hybrid yellow storage onion.  Not as sweet as a sweet onion, but sweeter than most storage onions.
Red River
Hybrid, sweet red onion. Should size up quickly and keep well for a non-storage onion.
Red Torpedo Tropea
Mild red italian heirloom, uniquely torpedo shaped.
Walla Walla
Large, open pollinated sweet onion.  This one needs no introduction.

4 thoughts on “Plant Varieties 2015”

  1. I saw on another post you had some ibc totes. I’m wondering where you might come across those? Thanks

  2. I am looking for heirloom tomato and pepper plants to buy. If so, how much are they and do you have any left, plus where are you located? Thank you for the info.

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