Plant varieties here are indicative of those likely to be offered. As particular lists are finalized for the year they may be indicated as such below, but they are still subject to crop failure, quality concerns, etc.
First tomato plants will be available for sale on the second week of April at the Mid-Columbia Market at the Hub. This list is from 2015, as the 2016 list has not been finalized yet.
Aunt Gertie’s Gold
Aunt Ruby’s German Green
Big Zac F1
Box Car Willie
Brandywine – Sudduth’s
Helsing Junction Blues
JD’s Special C-Tex
Pink Berkeley Tie-Dye
Reif Red Heart
Snow White Cherry
First pepper plants will be available for sale on the second week of April at the Mid-Columbia Market at the Hub.
Ancho San Luis
Cherry Pick F1
First herb plants will be available for sale on the second week April at the Mid-Columbia Market at the Hub. This list is from 2015, as the 2016 varieties have not been finalized yet.
Mint, Pineapple Mint (variegated)
Available around March 11th this year.
Said to be one of the largest growing varieties available, this is an open pollinated sweet onion.
Hybrid yellow storage onion. Not as sweet as a sweet onion, but sweeter than most storage onions.
Hybrid, sweet red onion. Should size up quickly and keep well for a non-storage onion. We had good reports of this one last year–it is said to be similar to the Mars variety we used to sell.
Red Torpedo Tropea
Mild red italian heirloom, uniquely torpedo shaped.
Large, open pollinated sweet onion. This one needs no introduction.