Individual Plant Sales

We can customize 8-pack mixes with a 2-week notice.  Items that can be included in an 8-pack are limited to those that are listed above as available in 8-packs, and what we have available at the time.  Please contact us if you are interested in a customized pack.

We strive to have all varieties available, but sometimes things happen that are beyond our control.  In the event that a variety becomes unavailable, we will offer your choice of a substitution from the other varieties we offer, or a refund of your purchase price.
 
  • Broccoli: Individual 2"x2" $1.25 each; 8-pack 2"x2" - $8.00 each
    • Calabrese
    • De Cicco
    • Limba
    • Romanesco
    • Thompson
    • Broccoli mix
       
  • Brussels Sprouts: Individual 2"x2" $1.25 each; 8-pack 2"x2" - $8.00 each
    • Falstaff
    • Long Island Improved
    • Roodnerf
    • Brussels Sprouts Mix
       
  • Cabbage: Individual 2"x2" $1.25 each; 8-pack 2"x2" - $8.00 each
     
  • Cauliflower: Individual 2"x2" $1.25 each; 8-pack 2"x2" - $8.00
     
  • Celery Red Venture: Individual 2"x2" $1.25 each; 8-pack 2"x2" - $8.00
    • Deep red stems with bright green leaves. Tender and juicy.
       
  • Cucumbers: 3" - $2.50 each
    • Marketmore 76
    • Mexican Sour Gherkin
       
  • Eggplant: 4" - $3.50 each
    • ApplegreenRounded, 6"x4" light apple-green color. Mild white flesh, non-bitter, tender and flavorful.
    • Black BeautyStandard open-pollinated, bell-shaped fruits 1-3 lbs. medium to thick dark purple skin.
    • Casper
    • Florida High Bush
    • Lao Purple Striped
    • Listadia GandiaPurple and white striped fruits, egg-shaped 6"-8" long, thinner skin.
    • Little FingerDelicate and tender, dark purple thin skin, long and slender fruits 3"-6" long.
    • Pingtung Long
    • Purple Pickling
    • Red Ruffled
    • Rosa BiancaHeirloom, light pink-lavender fruits streaked with white and violet, low seeds, likes warm nights.
    • Rosita: Early, productive, and tasty. Pear-shaped pink-lavendar fruits 6"-8" long.
    • Round Mauve
    • Udumalapet
    • Striped Togo
       
  • Kale: Individual 2"x2" $1.25 each; 8-pack 2"x2" - $8.00
    • Beedy's Camden: Wavy, blue-green leaves full to the bottom, long-lasting into the fall.
    • Rainbow Lacinato: Leaves with curly edges, red veins, purple and blue-green. Slow to bolt.
    • Red Russian: Siberian heirloom. Oak-leaf foliage. Red and purple leaves turn dark green when cooked.
    • White Russian: Flat leaf, silvery green with white veining. More productive and hardier than Red Russian.
    • Mix: 2 each
       
  • Lettuce and Greens: Individual 2"x2" $1.25 each; 8-pack 2"x2" - $8.00
    • Gourmet Lettuce mix
    • Mesclun Mix
       
  • Melons: 3" - $2.50
     
  • Watermelon: 3" - $2.50
     
  • Okra: 3" - $2.50
     
  • Onions: Individual 2"x2" $1.25 each; 8-pack 2"x2" - $8.00
    • Ailsa Craig
    • Dakota Tears
    • Mix (2 each): Dakota Tears, GladstoneSweet, Red Baron, Yellow Cipollini
    • Scallion: Evergreen Hardy
       
  • Peppers, Sweet: 4" - $3.50
    • Alma Paprika: Productive,thick walled, cherry-tye peppers. Ripens creamwhite to orange to red.
    • Antohi Romanian
    • California Wonder, Golden: 22"-30" everbearing plants. Orange-yellow peppers, good for cool conditions.
    • California Wonder, Red: 24"-30" everbearing plants. Peppers turn red quickly. Resistant to Tobacco Masaic Virus.
    • Chocolate: Productive, 6"-8" tapered fruits, Thick-walled, turns chocolatey brown outside and burgubdy red inside.
    • Corno di Toro: Italian heirloom, Tapered fruits 8"-10" long with slight bull-horn curve. Bright crimson when ripe.
    • Feherozon: Productive plants, 3"x4.5" pointed fruits turn from light yellow to red slowly. Good fresh or dried and ground into paprika.
    • Jimmy Nardello's: Thin-walled 8" frying pepper. Long, curved tapering fruit, turns deep red with wrinkly skin when ripe.
    • King of the North: Short-season pepper. Blocky, thick walled 3"-4" fruits turn from green to glossy red.
    • Mini Chocolate: 2" long mini bell pepper. 90 days from transplant.
    • Mini Red: 2" long mini bell pepper. 90 days from transplant.
    • Mini Yellow: 2" long mini bell pepper. 90 days from transplant.
    • Round Tomato Pimiento: Thick-walled, tomato shaped fruits. Gloosy red peppers, fruity flavor.
    • Sheepnose Pimiento: Meaty, flavorful tomato-type pepper. Good for canning, will keep when cool.
    • Sweet Banana: Banana-shaped 5"-8" fruits, shiny yellow, sweet pepper.
    • Tangerine Pimiento: Prolific, 3-4 lobed, round to slightly flattened, thick walled orange-sherbet pimientos.
       
  • Peppers, Hot: 4" - $3.50
    • Beaver Dam: Shiny, horn-shaped 6" long red-orange fruits. Mild spice mostly in seeds and ribs.
    • Black Hungarian: Green foliage with purple veins. Black, jalapeno-shaped fruits 3"-4" long, ripening to red. Mild.
    • Bulgarian Carrot: aka Shipkas. Thin-walled 1.5"-3.5" fluorescent orange tapered fruits, 18"-tall plants. Hot. 
    • Cyklon
    • Czech Black: Early-bearing. 2.5" long conical black fruits ripen to lustrous garnet. Moderate heat in seeds and ribs.
    • Early Jalapeno: Hot! Early-maturing. Brown netting appears as fruits ripen from dark green to dark red.
    • Fatalii
    • Fish
    • Hinklehatz: "Chickenheart" is the translation. Small fruits good for pickling and pepper vinegar. Hot.
    • Ho Chi Minh: Hot. Prolific. 3'-tall plants, finger-like fruits 4"-5" long ripen from bright yellow to crimson in late August.
    • Hot Portugal: Med.-Hot. Elongated narrow fruits 5"-8"long, green to glossy scarlet, some turn through yellow.
    • Hungarian Wax: Med-hot. Long, banana-shaped fruits. Ripens from pale yellot to golden-orange to cherry-red.
    • Julav an Attitude: Jalapeno shaped and sized, but thicker skinned. Better for nothern latitudes.
    • Long Red Narrow Cayenne: Curled, wrinkled fruits 5"-6" long and 0.5" wide. Dark green fruits ripen to bright red.
    • Mustard Habanero
    • New Mex Joe E. Parker: Mild, productive. 8"-long fruits usually harvested green for stuffing, grilling, will ripen red.
    • Red Rocoto
    • Ring O' Fire Cayenne: Hot! Prolific. Early-maturing. Ripens with glossy sheen and fire-engine red color.
    • Thai Hot
       
  • Squash, Summer: 3" - $2.50
    • Early Yellow Crookneck 
    • Zucchinni: Costata Romanesco
       
  • Squash, Winter: 3" - $2.50
     
  • Swiss Chard: 8-pack 2"x2" - $8.00
    • Fordhook Giant: Broad white stems and midribs. Deep green savoyed leaves. Plants reach 24"-28" in height.
    • Golden: Light green semi-savoyed leaves with golden stems and veins.
    • Ruby Red Rhubarb: Very hardy. Deep crimson stalks and dark green leaves.
    • Mix
       
  • Tomatillos: 4" - $3.50
    • Dr. Wyche's Yellow
    • Purple
    • Toma Verde
       
  • Ground Cherry: 4" - $3.50
    • Aunt Molly's
       
  • Tomatoes, Slicing: 4" - $3.50
    • Aunt Ruby's German Green: Great flavor. Oblate 12-16 oz fruits, Light yellow with amber-pink tinge, Green flesh marbled pink.
    • Black Prince: Garnet-colored globe-shaped fruits, 5-7oz. Great flavor.
    • Cherokee Purple: Rich, sweet taste. 10-13 oz brownish purple fruits with dark green shoulders and brick-red flesh.
    • Cosmonaut Volkov: Early. 8-12 oz deep red, slightly flattened fruits, good flavor.
    • German Johnson: Mild and sweet. Prolific, one pound pink fruits, meaty.
    • Glacier: Rich flavor. 1"-2" fruits. Potato leaf foliage.
    • Goldie: Deep orange beefsteak fruits, 16-20 oz. Rosy blush on the bottom when ripe.
    • Green Zebra: Green with darker green stripes. 4-5oz fruits are emerald green inside. Sweet rich flavor.
    • Hillbilly Potato Leaf: Bicolor beefsteak. One-pound fruits are yellow with red streaks. Sweet and juicy.
    • Hungarian Heart: Huge pink oxheart fruits, one pound plus. Almost no cracking.
    • Ida Gold: Early and prolific. Orange, 2-bite low acid fruits.
    • Indigo Rose
    • Moskvich
    • Oregon Spring: Good for cooler weather. Fruits up to 4". Will get cosmetic defects in heat.
    • Paul Robeson: Russian heirlooom. Maroon-brick 6-12 oz oblate fruits with dark green shoulders.
    • Prudens Purple: Early for its size. One pound pink fruits with few seeds. Good flavor.
    • Rose de Berne: Robust flavor. 5 oz translucent pink juicy round fruit.
    • Ruby Gold BiColor: Red-streked yellow fruits, Marbled, meaty interior. Mild flavor, low acidity.
    • Rutgers: Good for slicing, cooking, and canning. 4-6oz deep oblate fruits with rich red interior.
    • Shimmeig's Striped: Mostly hollow stuffing tomato. 2.5-5 oz red fruits striped with gold.
    • Soldacki: Tall, potato-leaf vines. Heavy producer of pink, meaty, 14-oz globes. Good flavor.
       
  • Tomatoes, Paste & Plum: 4" - $3.50
    • Amish Paste: Excellent sauce and canning tomato. Good producer of 8 oz oxheart fruits with thick, bright red flesh.
    • Black Plum: Russian heirloom. Oval 2" deep mahogany fruits with garnet red flesh.
    • Gilbertie: Long, slender fruits 7" long and 10-12 oz. Solid flesh, rich flavor.
    • San Marzano: Good all-around tomato. 4-oz friuts, with firm flesh.
    • Speckled Roman: Very productive, 5"-long fruits with jagged orange and yellow stripes. Meaty flesh.
       
  • Tomatoes, Cherry: 4" - $3.50
    • Amy's Apricot
    • Black Cherry: Dusky color, complex flavor. Late ripening.
    • Matt's Wild Cherry: Deep red cherries smaller than most. Thin skin. Exceptional flavor.
    • Peacevine: Prolific. High in Vitamin C and gamma-amino butyric acid, a natural nervous system sedative.
    • Red Pear: Unique pear shape. 70 days. Fruits about 0.75-oz.
    • Yellow Pear: Slightly more tart than red pear. Similar size and shape.
       
  • Herbs: Individual 2"x2" $1.25 each; 8-pack 2"x2" - $8.00
    • Basil: Aromato
    • Basil: Cinnamon
    • Basil: Lemon
    • Basil: Lime
    • Basil: Mammoth
    • Basil: Mrs. Burns Lemon
    • Basil: Rosie
    • Basil: Sweet
    • Basil: Sweet Thai
    • Basil mix
    • Chives
    • Chives, Garlic
    • Fennel, Florence
    • Lemon Balm
    • Lemon Mint
    • Marjoram
    • Oregano
    • Parsley, Italian Flat
    • Parsley, Moss Curled
    • Sage, Broadleaf
    • Thyme 8-pack
    • Yarrow, White
    • Herb Mix
       
  • Annual Flowers: Individual 2"x2" $1.25 each; 8-pack 2"x2" - $8.00
    • Marigold: Brocade
    • Marigold: Lemon Gem
    • Marigold: Sparky
    • Marigold: Tall Crackerjack

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Sligo, PA  16255
(814) 358-2882

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