‘Coolcumber’ (Khassib) 70–80
High yielding plant produces crisp, sweet, medium-green, spineless mini cucumbers that are 3 to 4″ long. Plants are vigorous and suitable for hot weather with good resistance to powdery mildew.
‘Giga Bites’ 40–50
Japanese burpless hybrid cucumber plants are vigorous and easy to grow, producing an abundance of crisp, 8″ long cucumbers. Slender fruits, up to 1″ in diameter with fine white spines and glossy, deep green skin. Heat tolerant and resistant to downy mildew, powdery mildew, anthracnose, and cucumber mosaic virus (CMV).
‘Epic’ (Dusky) Classic 70–80
Purple-black oval fruits can be picked at 3–5″ or harvested when mature at 8–10″ long. Perfect for roasting or grilling. Can be grown in containers.
‘Ping Tung’ ASIAN 70–80
Sweet and tender, 12″ long, purple Chinese eggplants. Delicious creamy flavor and no bitterness.
‘Anaheim’ Mild 65–75
Tapered, 6–8″ long peppers turn from green to red, with delicious, mildly hot flavor. A popular variety that’s excellent for roasting or frying.
‘Big Bertha’ Sweet 70–80
Extra large, thick-walled bell peppers can reach 7″ long, ripening from bright green to shiny red, with crisp sweet flesh and few seeds—perfect for fresh eating.
‘Red Bell’ (King Arthur) Sweet 60–75
This pepper is hard to beat for its earliness and large size. Big, blocky 4.5″ bells have thick, meaty walls with sweet flavor and crunchiness, whether harvested green or red. Sets well even in heat. Harvest in 60 days green; 75 days red.
‘Golden Bell’ Sweet 65–75
Picture perfect 3″ bell peppers ripen from green to light yellow to deep golden yellow. Sweet, blocky, thick-walled fruits are excellent for salads or stuffing.
‘Jalapeño’ Hot 70–80
Dark green, 3″ conical peppers with hot, zesty flavor are thick-walled and easy to seed, one of the best for salsa, nachos, or chiles. Perfect fresh or pickled.
‘Orange Bell’ Sweet 50–78
As sweet as it is colorful, easy-to-grow Orange Bell is also a great source of antioxidants. Excellent for fresh eating, canning or freezing. Peppers can be picked green at 50 days or allowed to ripen to a sweet, deep-orange in 78 days.