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Plant Care

  • Herbs

    Basil- Genovese
    4” pot — Annual herb. Snuck Farm Favorite! This basil has a compact growth habit but still has all the taste of the classic Italian Genovese basil. Grows well in the garden and in containers. Plants grow to 16”. Light requirements: Full Sun. Growing tip: To prolong the life of your basil, harvest regularly by pinching off the top buds. The white flowers edible and add great color and flavor to your summer dishes.
    Basil-Dark Opal 
    4” pot — Annual herb. Deep Purple leaves look ornamental but they have all the flavor and aroma of green basil. Can be used in the kitchen like regular basil. Pink flowers are edible and can be used as a garnish. Flowers also be used for cut flowers. Grows in garden beds and in containers. Plants grow to 16-24” tall. Light requirements: Full Sun.
    Basil- Sweeet Thai
    4" pot — Annual herb. Bright green leaves with light purple-white edible flowers. The signature anise-clove like flavor is the key ingredient to your favorite Thai dishes. Plants grow to 16-24” tall. Similar growth habit to other basils. Light requirements: Full Sun.
    Catnip
    4" pot — Perennial herb. Best known as being a feline favorite, but the fragrant white-pink-purple flowers are also greatly loved by bees and butterflies. Humans can also find pleasure using the mint-like dried leaves to make delicious herbal teas. Plants grow to 2’-3’ tall. Growth habit Drought tolerant once established. Light requirements: Full Sun.
    Chamomile
    4 pack — Annual herb. Produces small, white, sweet smelling, daisy-like edible flowers. Most known for its use in herbal teas. The edible flowers also make a garnish for salads, cakes, desserts, and drinks. Harvest regularly to promote continuous blooming. Easily reseeds year-to-year. Plants grow to 1-2’ tall. Light requirements: Full Sun.
    Cilantro- Slow Bolt
    4 pack — Annual herb. This is a slow-bolting variety produces flavorful leaves over a longer period. Harvest regularly to prevent bolting and prolong the life of your cilantro. Edible white flowers make a great garnish for salads and dips. Let flowers go to seed to harvest Coriander seeds. Plants grow to 1-2’ tall. Light requirements: Full Sun
    Chive- Common
    4” pot — Perennial herb. Snuck Farm Favorite! Chives have narrow, grass-like leaves that carry a mild onion-like flavor and aroma. Pink flowers are edible and make a great garnish. Plants grow to 12-18” tall. Light requirements: Full Sun
    Chive- Garlic
    4” pot — Perennial herb. Snuck Farm Favorite! Use in place of garlic in most recipes. Leaves are flat with a mild garlic flavor. White flowers are edible and make a great garnish. Plants grow to 12-18” tall. Light requirements: Full Sun 
    Cutting Celery
    4” pot — Annual herb. Leafy herb with all the taste you expect of celery with a lot less hassle in the garden compared to growing traditional celery stocks. Cut stocks off as needed 3-4” above the base of the plant. Chop stock and leaves and use fresh in salads, or cooked in soups and stews.
    Dill- Bouquet
    4 pack — Annual herb. Best all-around dill for leaf, seed and flowers. Large blooms are loved for pickling and for cut flower arrangements. Light requirements: Full Sun.  
    Dill-Dwarf Fern Leaf
    4 pack — Annual herb. The aromatic dark green fern-like foliage grows on dwarf compact plants that only grow to 18” tall. Well suited for small garden spaces and container gardening. Light requirements: Full Sun. Gardening Tip: Harvest leaves regularly to prevent bolting and prolong harvest throughout the season.
    Lemongrass
    4” pot — Annual herb (perennial if overwintered indoors) This lemon-flavored tropical herb is used in Thai cuisine. Harvest lemongrass in late summer-early fall before the first frost from the long, slender, pale green fleshy base of the grass. Use to flavor soups, curries, and stir-fries. Grows easily in garden beds or containers. Can be overwintered indoors. Plants grow to 18-36”. Light requirements: Full Sun.
    Peppermint
    4” pot— Hardy perennial herb with a refreshing flavor. Use fresh or dried in salads, teas, candies, drinks, and potpourri. Plants have a vigorous spreading habit. Plant in a container or hanging baskets to prevent it from taking over your garden and life for years to come. Plants grow to 18-24” tall. Light requirements: Full Sun
    Oregano
    4” pot — Hardy perennial herb with oval aromatic leaves. Popular in Italian recipes. Used fresh or dried in sauces, dressings, and soups. Plants have a slow spreading habit and grow to 1-2’ tall. Light requirements: Full Sun
    Parsley- Italian
    4” pack — Annual herb. Flat leaf parsley is the preferred variety for cooking. It has a stronger flavor and softer texture than the curly types. Dark-green leaves grow on strong upright stems that make harvesting easy. For highest yields, provide plenty of water and fertility during the growing season and harvest regularly. Use leaves fresh or dried for garnishes, salads, and cooking. Light requirements: Full Sun to partial sun.
    Rosemary
    4” pot — Perennial herb. Native to the Mediterranean region, rosemary has silvery, needle-like foliage and delicate flowers. Well suited for garden beds and containers. Plants struggle in cold snowy winters. To increase winter survival, plant in a warm spot in the yard like a south facing bed or over winter in a container. Plants grow 2-3’ tall. Light requirements: Full Sun
    Shiso, Britton
    4” pot — Annual herb. Also known as Perilla. Mild mint/basil aroma. Leaves and flowers are edible and used in Asian dishes. This variety is also good for ornamental with eye-catching green leaves and red undersides. Leaves show best color contrast when grown in temperatures below 85ºF. Performs well in containers.
    Sage
    4” pot — Perennial herb. Sage is an extremely flavorful and versatile herb, sage is commonly used to spice poultry, vegetables, stuffings, sausages, gravies, and many other foods. Sage’s grey-green aromatic leaves and pink flowers also make it an attractive plant to have in your garden beds and containers. Plants grow 1-2’ tall. Light requirements: Full Sun
    Thyme
    4” pot — Perennial herb. Snuck Farm Favorite! Thyme is one of the most widely used culinary herbs. A key ingredient to making green goddess dressing. Plants look great in the garden beds and perform well in containers. Plants grow 12-18”’ tall. Light requirements: Full Sun
    Sorrel- Red Veined
    4" pot — Perennial herb. Similar to lemon spinach sorrel in growth habit, only it has a slightly milder flavor and flashy green leaves with bright red coloring on the leaf veins.
    Sorrel- Lemon Spinach
    4 pack — Perennial herb. Snuck Farm Favorite! Tender leaves have a tart lemon taste that even kids can appreciate (especially if you tell them it taste like sour candy). Sorrel is popular in French cuisine. Try adding it to salads, sandwiches, soups, sauces, and smoothies. Also pairs well with fish and poultry. Plants grow to 1-2” tall, are cold hardy and grow most actively in the cooler weather of spring and fall. Harvest when leaves are 4” tall. Cut back any seed stalk to the ground and remove any declining leaves so the plant can re-sprout with more tender leaves. Light requirements: Full Sun or Partial sun for summer harvest.

  • Flowers

    Alyssum- Mix
    4-pack — Fragrant purple mix flowers. Attracts beneficial insects. Plants 6” tall with a sprawling habit. Light Requirement: Full-Sun

    Alyssum- White
    4-pack — Fragrant white flowers. Attracts beneficial insects. Plants 6” tall with a sprawling habit. Light Requirement: Full-Sun

    Black Eyed Susan- Vining
    4-pack & 4” pot — 1-2" yellow/orange blooms, many with black eyes, against large, heart-shaped foliage. Great for hanging baskets & trellising. Plants climb up to 6'. Light Requirement: Full-Sun

    Coleus
    6 pack — Coleus Wizard mix, are known for their decorative showy leaves. They perform well in containers and shady garden beds. Plants likes evenly moist soil. Plants grow to 1-2’ tall with a compact and bushy growth habit. Light Requirements: Shade to Partial Sun

    Cosmos- Sensation Mix
    4-pack — Mix of white, pinks & purple flowers. Excellent cut flowers. Plants grow to 4' Light Requirement: Full-Sun

    Dahlia- Figro Mix
    4” pot — Early blooming mix of 2-3" double and single flowers on compact plants that grow up to 12". Light Requirement: Full-Sun

    Dichondra, Silver Falls
    4” pot — Annual. The shimmering silver leaves are striking in color and texture. Paired with the trailing or vining growth habit they make great for spillers for containers and hanging baskets. They also make great ground cover. Light Requirement: Full-Sun.

    Dusty Miller, Silverdust
    4” pot — Decorative, finely divided, deeply lobed silvery-white foliage. Uniform and compact plants that grow to 8” tall. Great for flower beds, containers and hanging baskets. Light requirement: Full sun.

    Foxglove-Mix
    6-pack — This perennial showy plant is cold hardy and shade loving. A mix of pink, purple, and white flowers that grow on long striking 3-5' stocks. They are sure to brighten the darkest and coldest parts of your garden from year to year. Light Requirement: Shade to partial sun.

    Geranium- Maverick
    4” pot — These heat-loving and robust plants that produce large rounded pom-pom shaped flower heads that bloom early and all summer long. Plants grow up to 16” tall. Use in containers or garden beds. Light requirement: Full sun to light shade. Color Selection: Red, White, Dark Pink, Light Pink and Orange.

    Gomphrena
    4-pack —Also known as Globe Amaranth. This mix of pink, purple and white clover-like flowers are a favorite for cutting flowers both fresh and dried. Continuous harvesting promotes flower production all summer. Plants grow to 6" tall. Light requirement: Full sun

    Hibiscus- Red Zinger
    4” pot — Plants grow to 4’ tall. Has attractive red-green leaves and creamy white flowers. To make hibiscus tea, harvest and air dry the red teardrop-shaped calyxes that are left after blooms are spent. Hibiscus tea is ruby red, high in antioxidants, has a floral aroma, and cranberry-like flavor. Serve tea hot or iced tea with a touch of lemon, a honey, or your favorite fruit juice. Light Requirement: Full sun.

    Lobelia- Blue
    6-pack — Prolific small blue flowers with white centers. Plants grow to 8” tall and have a trailing habit that makes them ideal for containers, hanging baskets and ground cover. Light requirement: Full sun

    Marigold- Petite
    4-pack — Early-flowering, very uniform and compact plants grow to 6” tall. Plants bear an abundance of double flowers in shades from yellow, orange and red. Plants are aromatic and attract pollinators. Light requirement: Full sun

    Marigold- Crackerjack (Tall mix)
    6-pack — Vigorous large plant holds large full flowers well above the foliage. Excellent for background planting and home garden cut flowers. Plants are aromatic and attract pollinators. Plants grow to 2-3’ tall. Good for cut flowers. Light requirement: Full sun

    Marigold- Crush Series-Guys & Dolls Mix (med mix)
    6-pack — Huge 4 inch, ruffled edged, semi-double carnations contrast nicely against dark green foliage. Plants are aromatic and attract pollinators. Plants grow to 12” tall.  Light requirement: Full sun

    Marigold- Hero Yellow (Medium)
    6-pack — Compact plants with large yellow 2-3" crested blooms. Early and uniform. Plants are aromatic and attract pollinators. Plants grow to 12” tall. Light requirement: Full sun

    Nasturtium Mix
    4-pack — A Snuck Farm favorite! Bright edible flowers in a mix of summery colors that look great in the garden and attract pollinators. Flowers and leaves have a peppery taste that add spice and color to salads, vegetables and pasta dishes. Plants also help deter general garden pest. Interplant with squash, melons and pumpkins as one of your lines of defence against squash beetles. Also grows well in containers and hanging baskets. Plants grow to 12” tall and have a semi-trailing habit. Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade.

    Petunia, Easy Wave
    6 pack — Annual. Trailing habit. Great for a spiller in hanging baskets, containers. Also makes a good ground cover in garden beds. Trails up to 24-36". Trumpet shaped blooms do well from early spring until late fall. Garden Tip: Pinch off faded flowers and seed pods to encourage more blooms.. Light requirement: Full sun. Colors: Chose from Yellow, Neon Rose or Plum Pudding mix (purple mix)

    Petunia- Dreams Midnight
    6-pack — Deep purple trumpet-shaped flowers that do well from early spring until late fall. Dream petunias have an upright mounding growth habit that grow to 10-15” tall. Garden Tip: Pinch off faded flowers and seed pods to encourage more blooms. Light requirement: Full sun

    Petunia- Double Cascade Mix
    6-pack — Large double flowers that resemble carnations. A mix of 5 different colors ranging from white, pink, to purples will add color to your flower beds and containers from spring to fall. Plants grow to 12-15” tall, have good branching and a mounding habit. Garden Tip: Pinch off faded flowers and seed pods to encourage more blooms. Light requirement: Full sun

    Petunia- Mix
    6-pack — Supercascade petunias have large trumpet-shaped flowers that perform well in flower beds, containers, and hanging baskets. This mixture has white, pink, purple, and red flowers that bloom from spring to fall. Plants grow to 12” tall and have a semi-trailing habit. Garden Tip: Pinch off faded flowers and seed pods to encourage more blooms. Light requirement: Full sun

    Petunia, Supercascade
    6 pack — Annual. Mounding habit. Supercascade petunias have large trumpet shaped flowers that perform well in flower beds, containers and hanging baskets. Flowers  bloom from spring to fall. Plants grow to 12” tall and have a semi trailing habit. Garden Tip: Pinch off faded flowers and seed pods to encourage more blooms. Light requirement: Full sun. Colors : Choose from red, white or mix

    Petunia- White
    6 pack — Supercascade petunias have large trumpet-shaped flowers that perform well in flower beds, containers, and hanging baskets. Plants grow to 12” tall and have a semi-trailing habit. Light requirement: Full sun Plants grow to 12” tall and have a semi-trailing habit. Garden Tip: Pinch off faded flowers and seed pods to encourage more blooms. Light requirement: Full sun

    Verbena, Tuscany Peach
    4” pot —  Annual. Compact, dwarfs plants that are bursting with peach colored blooms. Blooms continually all season. Plants perform well in the long summer heat. Well suited in both indoor and outdoor containers. A great border plant for garden beds. Plants grow to 8-12” tall. Light requirement: Full sun

    Yarrow, White
    4” pot — Perennial. Know for its beautiful white flowers and medical properties. One of the best plants to have established in your yard to promote beneficial insects during the season growing and for providing winter nesting. Plants have a sprawling growth habit, spreading out low to the ground from the center and sometimes used as a ground cover. Flowers grow up to 12-36” tall. Drought tolerant plant. Light requirement: Full sun

    Zinnia, Dreamland Mix
    6 pack —  Annual. Large, fully double 3-4" flowers in bright colors. Dwarf plants grow to 10” tall and have good outdoor performance and are wells suited as borders for flower beds. Attracting butterflies and blooms from summer until first frost. Light requirement: Full sun

    Zinnia, Thumbelina Mix
    6 pack —  Annual. The shortest of all zinnias. A mixture of bright colored 1" double blooms. Ideal for edging, borders, and small spaces. Plants grow to 6” tall. Attracting butterflies. Light requirement: Full sun.  

  • Cut Flowers

    Ammi, Chocolate
    4” pot — Annual. White flowers. Also known as false Queen Anne's lace. A top pick for cut-flower bouquets. Attracts pollinators and supports beneficial insects such as lacewings, lady beetles, minute pirate bugs, syrphid flies, and parasitic wasps. Dislikes root disturbance, take extra care at transplanting. Light Requirement: Full-Sun

    Ammi, White
    4” pot — Annual. Flowers range from cream, mauve, burgundy chocolate. Also known as false Queen Anne's lace. A top pick for cut-flower bouquets. Attracts pollinators and supports beneficial insects such as lacewings, lady beetles, minute pirate bugs, syrphid flies, and parasitic wasps. Dislikes root disturbance, take extra care at transplanting. Light Requirement: Full-Sun.

    Atriplex, Burgundy
    4” pot — Annual. Productive wine-red plumes add texture and color to floral arrangements. Grows up to 60-72" tall. Foliage is edible. Also known as orach and orache. Light Requirement: Full-Sun

    Bachelor's Buttons, Classic Magic
    4” pot —  Annual. Bicolor blooms in black & plum, black & white, and purple. Attractive, frosty appearance great for cut flowers. Grows up to 30-38" tall. Edible flowers are a nice addition to salads and desserts. Light Requirement: Full-Sun

    Bachelor's Buttons, Mix
    6 pack — Annual. Classic mix of blue, purple, pink and white. Attractive, frosty appearance great for cut flowers. Grows up to 30-38" tall. Edible flowers are a nice addition to salads and desserts. Light Requirement: Full-Sun

    Basil, Aromatto
    4” pot — Annual. Sturdy, purple stems, dark purple flower bracts, and purple-green bicolor foliage. Fragrant Cinnamon like scent.

    Bells of Ireland
    4” pot — Annual. Unique apple-green spikes for both a fresh and dried cut flower arrangements. Grows to 24-48" tall. For straight stocks staking recommended. Harvest regularly to promote continual blooming of side shoots. For fresh arrangements, flowers are ready when 1/2 open and green. For dried arrangements, flowers ready when bells have become firm to the touch. Light Requirement: Partial Sun to Full-Sun

    Calendula, Pacific Beauty mix
    4” pot —  Annual. Large daisy like flowers ranging from yellow to orange Flowers. Grows to 15-18" tall. Performs well in garden beds and containers. Flower petals are edible. They have a sharp taste resembles saffron. Attracts pollinators and beneficial insects. Light Requirement: Partial Sun to Full-Sun.

    Carnation, La France
    6 pack — Perennial. Each stem has multiple double, fringed 1-2” pink flowers. Has a lovely spicy scent. Great for cut-flowers. Grows up to 24” tall. Flower stems may benefit from staking as they mature. Light Requirement: Partial Sun to Full-Sun.

    Carthamus, Safflower
    4” pot — Annual. Also known as ornamental thistle. The orange/red of blooms are outstanding, and can be used for both fresh and dried arrangements. Foliage is mildly prickly. Grows 30-36” tall. Light Requirement: Full-Sun.

    Celosia, Cramer’s Burgundy
    4” pot — Annual. Also known as cockscomb and its velvety wine-red coral shaped flowers are love by cut flower enthusiasts. Grows up to 30-36” tall and performs well in heat. Can be used for both fresh and dried arrangements. Light Requirement: Full-Sun.

    Colosia, Forest Fire
    4” pot — Annual. Bright red spikes grow up to 24-30” tall. Can be used for both fresh and dried arrangements. Light Requirement: Full-Sun.

    Nicotina, Starmaker Lime-Purple
    6 pack — Annual. Star-like cluster of flowers reach up to 10-12” tall. Flowers are a beautiful bi-color of purple and green that looks like it came straight out of water color painting. Great for cut flowers, borders and garden beds. Attracts bees & butterflies. Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade.

    Poppy, Thai silk mix
    6 pack — Annual. The flashiest of the california poppies. Semi-doubled 3” blooms that come in a mix of bi-colored jewel-tones. Colors range from vivid yellows, tangerines and magenta. Plants grow to 10-14”. Light requirement: Full sun.

    Rudbeckia, Autumn Forest
    6 pack — Perennial. Beautiful 5” bi-color coneflowers in autumn shades of yellow, red, mahogany and darker centers. Great for cut flowers. Plants grow up to 20-24” tall. Light requirement: Full sun.

    Snapdragon, Rocket Mix
    6 pack — Annual. Tall snapdragon, a favorite for colorful display in garden beds and for cut flowers. Flowers are very fragrant. Stems vary from from 12-60” tall. Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade.

    Sunflower, Sanja
    4” pot — Annual. Common sunflower. Good pollen producer for bees to forage. Tangerine orange single 4” blooms with dark centers. Plants grow 3-4’ tall and produce 8-12 side branches. Stems are long enough to to use in cut flower arrangements. Dislikes root disturbance, take extra care at transplanting. Light requirement: Full sun.

    Sunflower, Soraya
    4” pot — Annual. This low-pollen variety is one of the best sunflower for cut flowers. Vigorous orange-gold single 4-6" blooms with mahogany brown centers. Plants produce up to 25 blooms per plant on 18" long stems. Dislikes root disturbance, take extra care at transplanting. Light requirement: Full sun.

    Zinnia, Benary's Giant Mix
    6 pack — Annual. Jumbo 6" flowers in bright colors that are excellent for cutting flowers. Plants grow to 2-3’ tall plants. Attracting butterflies and blooms from summer until first frost. Light requirement: Full sun.  

    Zinnia, Lilliput Mix
    6 pack — Annual. Snuck Farm Favorite. Bright summery color range of 2" pompom type blooms with long stems. Excellent for Cut flowers. Plants grow to 2-3’ tall. Light requirement: Full sun.

    Zinna, Oklahoma Salmon
    6 pack — Annual. Med sized 2" pompom type blooms that are salmon/peach. Long stems that are great for cut flowers. Plants grow to 2-3’ tall. Light requirement: Full sun.

    Zinna, Pink Senorita
    6 pack — Annual. Large 4-6” salmon-pink petals are curled at the tips giving an attractive tousled look. Ideal for cut flowers. Plants grow to 2-3’ tall. Light requirement: Full sun.

    Zinnia, State Fair- Mix
    6 pack — Annual. Jumbo 5" flowers in bright colors that are excellent for cutting flowers. Plants grow to 2-3’ tall plants. Attracting butterflies and blooms from summer until first frost. Light requirement: Full sun.  

  • Vegetables

    Bok Choy
    4 pack –– Also known as Pak Choi. This green is popular in Asian cuisine. It’s a hardy crop and produces large, green leaves off a thick, white stem. Use fresh in salads or cooked in stir-fry, saute, and soups. Harvest as baby bok choy at 30-40 days or full grown at 60-70 days. Plants require 12’24” spacing. Light requirement: Full sun, in climates with hot summers, afternoon shade can help.

    Broccoli- Waltham
    4” pot –– This heirloom variety of Broccoli is called Waltham 29. It produces large sized green/blue colored heads that can be used various ways in the kitchen both fresh or cooked. Plant grows to 24-30” tall and requires 24” spacing between plants. Light requirement: Full Sun. Ready to harvest in 70-80 days. Recommended by USU

    Cabbage -Golden Acre
    4” pot –– Produces green dense heads 7" in diameter and 3-5 pounds. Matures in 50-60 days. Compact growth habit. Good for coleslaw, stir-fries and sauerkraut. Plants require 12-24” spacing. Light requirements: Full to Partial Sun. Recommended by USU

    Cabbage -Red Acre
    4” pot –– This heirloom variety produces red/purple dense heads 5-7" in diameter and 2-4 pounds. Matures in 65-75 days. Compact growth habit. Good for coleslaw, stir-fries and sauerkraut. Plants require 12-24” spacing. Light requirements: Full to Partial Sun. 

    Cabbage -Savoy
    4” pot –– This heirloom variety produces emerald green heads with crinkled or savoyed leaves. Heads 5-7" in diameter with a sweet and delicate flavor without the sulfur-like smell that other varieties do when cooked. Try using it in soups, salads, and more. Matures in 70-90 days. Plants require 12-24” spacing. Light requirements: Full to Partial Sun. Recommended by USU

    Cabbage- Napa
    4 Pack –– Heirloom napa variety of cabbage. Plants produce light green 10-16” tall cylindrical heads. Good for stir fry and kimchi. Matures in 70-90 days. Matures in 60-80 days. Plants require 12-24” spacing. Light requirements: Full sun, in climates with hot summers, afternoon shade can help.

    Cantaloupe- Ambrosia
    4 pack –– Hybrid variety recommended by USU. Large 6" melon with a sweet taste and outstanding flavor. Rich, sandy soil is preferable. Resistant to Powdery Mildew. Melons mature in 70-80 days. In-row spacing: 2-3’. Row spacing: 4’. Light Requirements: Full Sun. Recommended by USU

    Cantaloupe, Hales Best Jumbo
    4” pot — Heirloom variety. Fruits are large, oval, ribbed with heavy netting. Fruits weighing up to 5-6 lbs and have a fine textured, bright orange flesh. Holds its a sweet flavor. Melons mature in 70-80 days. In-row spacing: 2-3’. Row spacing: 4’. Light Requirements: Full Sun.

    Cauliflower- Snowball
    4” pot –– Heirloom white cauliflower. Heads mature in 50-70 days. Great for short season areas. Recommended by USU. Plants require 18-24” spacing. Light Requirements: Full Sun 

    Collard Greens- Vates
    4” pot –– Heirloom. Large dark green leaves that are high in vitamin and minerals. It’s mild cabbage flavor makes this dark green a great alternative to kale in your fresh juices or smoothies. Use for sautes, juice, salad (like you would cabbage) or as a low-carb wrap. To use as a wrap, lightly steamed large leaves. Harvest leaves when 6-12” regularly throughout the season. Vigorous spreading plant that tolerates heat and frost. Plants require 18-24” spacing. Light requirements: Full-Sun.

    Corn, Ambrosia
    6 pack — Hybrid sweet corn. Bi-colored with light and dark yellow kernels. A great variety for beginners, and is high yielding. The stalks grow up to 7’ tall. Plants need 12” spacing. 75 days to maturity. Light requirements: Full-Sun. Dislikes root disturbance, take extra care when transplanting.

    Corn, Stowell's Evergreen
    6 pack— Heirloom sweet corn that is among the oldest sweet corn that is still in production. White kernels. The stalks grow up to 7-20’ tall. Plants need 12” spacing. 80-100 days to maturity. Light requirements: Full-Sun. Dislikes root disturbance, take extra care when transplanting.

    Cucumber, Armenian
    4” pot — Heirloom. Light green fruits are heavily ribbed. Fruits can grow to enormous lengths, but are best when harvested at 5-12”. Flavor is mild, sweet and tender fruits. Vining habit. Provide plants 3’ spacing or if trellising 1’ spacing. Matures in 60 days. Light requirements: Full-Sun

    Cucumber-Burpless
    4” pot –– Hybrid early slicing cucumber. Produces dark green, straight fruits, up to that are best harvested when 8-12" long. Vining habit. Provide plants 3’ spacing or if trellising 1’ spacing. Matures in 50 days. Light requirements: Full-Sun

    Cucumber-Diva
    4” pot –– Hybrid early slicing cucumber. Dark green, semi-glossy, spineless, with fruits 6-8 inches long. All female plants that have high yield potentials. Provide plants 3’ spacing or if trellising 1’ spacing. Matures in 58 days. Light requirements: Full-Sun

    Cucumber, Muncher
    4” pot — Heirloom. Burpless type (thinker skin, sweet taste and easier to digest) Produces dark green, straight fruits, that are best harvested when 6-9" long. Provide plants 3’ spacing or if trellising 1’ spacing. Matures in 58 days. Light requirements: Full-Sun.

    Cucumber-Straight 8
    4” pot –– Heirloom early slicing cucumber. Dark green fruit with white spines and small seed cavity. Best when harvested when 8”. Provide plants 3’ spacing or if trellising 1’ spacing. Matures in 58 days. Light requirements: Full-Sun. Recommended by USU.

    Cucumber- Pickling
    4” pot –– Heirloom pickling cucumber (var. Wisconsin SMR). Fruits best harvested when 3-6" long. Very productive. Fruits have a low water content making them perfect for dill pickles. Can also be enjoyed eaten fresh in salads and vegetable platters. Provide plants 3’ spacing or if trellising 1’ spacing. Matures in 60 days. Light requirements: Full-Sun. Recommended by USU.

    Rainbow Chard
    4 pack –– Heirloom Chard. Blend of red, yellow, orange, white, and vivid pink stems that merge into dark green leaves. Taste similar to spinach but with more heat tolerance. Plants have long growing season. Popular for use in Ornamental/edible landscaping. Plants need 18” spacing. Light requirement: Full or Partial Sun

    Eggplant-Black Beauty
    4” pot –– Heirloom Eggplant with deep Purple egg-shaped fruits about 6" long. Perfect for eggplant parmesan, stuffed eggplant, or baba ganoush. In-row spacing: 12-24”. Between row spacing: 24”. Light requirement: Full Sun. Recommended by USU.

    Ground Cherry
    4” pot –– Heirloom. This old-fashioned variety produces sweet golden fruits that are 1/2-1" and enclosed inside a papery husks. Fruits drop to the ground when ripe. Fun plant for a kid's garden. Fruits can be eaten: raw, dried (like raisins), frozen, canned, made into preserves or added to your favorite summer desserts. Plants are relatives of tomatillos and have the same profusely branching habit that need no staking. Spacing: 12-18”. Light requirement: Full Sun. 

    Kale- Lacinato
    4” pot –– Heirloom kale, also known as ‘dinosaur kale’ because of its dark green savoyed (wavy) leaves. Harvest leaves when 8-10" taking only a handful of leaves per plant. Excellent flavor is enhanced by frost. This old Italian variety is very versatile in the kitchen. Ideal for kale salads, sautes, kale chips and soups. Plant spacing: 15-18”. Light requirement: Full or Partial Sun. 

    Kale- Curly Scotch
    4” pots –– Heirloom Kale. This tasty and nutritious garden vegetable has bluish green leaves with curly edges. Uses: durable garnish, cooked side dish, sliced thin for salads, kale chips, soups or stews. Plant spacing: 18-24”. Light requirement: Full or Partial Sun. 

    Lettuce- Baby Romaine
    4 pack–– Baby romaine prefers the cooler temps of spring and fall. Great for garden beds and containers. Harvest leaves by cutting or tearing off leaves 1-3” above the base of the plant. Regularly harvest (1-3 weeks) will encourage continual production and prevent bolting. Light requirements: Full sun, in climates with hot summers, afternoon shade or shade cloth can help prevent bolting.

    Lettuce- Sweet Salad Mix
    4 pack –– Mix red to green non-heading tender and sweet lettuces. Prefers the cooler temps of spring and fall. Great for garden beds and containers. Harvest leaves by cutting or tearing off leaves 1-3” above the base of the plant. Regularly harvest (1-3 weeks) will encourage continual production and prevent bolting. Light requirements: Full sun, in climates with hot summers, afternoon shade or shade cloth can help prevent bolting.

    Lettuce- Red Oak Leaf
    4 pack –– Deep red oakleaf non-heading tender lettuce. Prefers the cooler temps of spring and fall. Great for garden beds and containers. Harvest leaves by cutting or tearing off leaves 1-3” above the base of the plant. Regularly harvest (1-3 weeks) will encourage continual production and prevent bolting. Light requirements: Full sun, in climates with hot summers, afternoon shade or shade cloth can help prevent bolting. 

    Pumpkin, Baby Boo
    4” pot — Heirloom miniature white pumpkin. Fruits are 2-3” in diameter and have a white flesh that is edible. For best color harvest before full maturity as the color will turn a pale yellow when fully ripe. Matures in 95 days. Plant pumpkins in groups of 2-3 plants that are spaced 5-8’ apart from the next group. Light Requirement: Full Sun. Recommended by USU.

    Pumpkin, Cinderella 
    4” pot — French antique heirloom know as rough vif d'etampes. Large pumpkins have a fairytale like flattened shape that has an eye catching rouge-red to orange skin and grows up to 15-20 lbs. A great pumpkin for fall decoration and one of the best baking pumpkins. Think flesh is sweet and smooth and great for pies and soups. Stores well. Plant pumpkins in groups of 2-3 plants that are spaced 5-8’ apart from the next group. For larger pumpkins thin to 1-2 pumpkins per vine. Matures in 95-150 days. Light Requirement: Full Sun.

    Pumpkin- Howden
    4” pots –– Heirloom Pumpkin. Howden produces uniform 15-25 lbs, deep, round, symmetrical fruits with a thick, hard, rich-orange shell and extra-thick flesh for fine Jack O' Lanterns. Strong stems. Stores well. Plant pumpkins in groups of 2-3 plants that are spaced 5-8’ apart from the next group. For larger pumpkins thin to 1-2 pumpkins per vine. Matures in 90-115 days. Light Requirement: Full Sun. Recommended by USU. 

    Pumpkin, Jarrahdale
    4” pot — Heirloom Pumpkin. Medium sized pumpkin with slate gray/green skin that is deeply ribbed. Grows up to 6-10 lbs. One of the more tasty varieties for a variety of savory dishes and is excellent for a year-round supply of squash, and will keep over 12 months. Plant pumpkins in groups of 2-3 plants that are spaced 5-8’ apart from the next group. For larger pumpkins thin to 1-2 pumpkins per vine. Matures in 100 days. Light Requirement: Full Sun.

    Pumpkin- Jack-O-Lantern
    4” pots –– Heirloom Pumpkin. Jack-o-lantern produces 10 lbs fruits that are round to slightly oblong. Thick flesh is good for both carving and cooking. Strong stems. Plant pumpkins in groups of 2-3 plants that are spaced 5-8’ apart from the next group. For larger pumpkins thin to 1-2 pumpkins per vine. Matures in 100-110 days. Light Requirement: Full Sun.

    Pumpkin-on-a-Stick- Mini
    4” pots –– This fun ornamental plant produces several 12-16” stems that each bare 6-8 bright orange pumpkin like fruits. Actually a relative of eggplants they have a similar growth habit and grow to 16-24” tall. Use fruits fresh or dried on stems in autumn arrangements and decor. Matures in 65 days from transplant. Light Requirements: Full Sun.

    Pumpkin, Wee-B-Little
    4” pot — Heirloom miniature orange pumpkin. Fruits are 2-3” in diameter and great for fall decorations. Plants have a bush habit and can be spaced closer than regular pumpkins. Matures in 95 days. Light Requirement: Full Sun.

    Rhubarb, Glaskins Perpetual
    4” pot — Perennial English heirloom. Stocks are deep red at the base and shading to green toward the leaf.  Thick stalks are bitter-free. In first year, light harvest is possible and heavy yields each year thereafter. Space plants 3-4’ appart. Dig in lots of compost or well-rotted manure for healthiest plants. Light Requirements: Full Sun.

    Spinach- Bloomsdale Longstanding
    4 pack –– Heirloom spinach. Dark green, heavy, glossy leaves that are high in vitamins and minerals. Prefers the cooler temps of Spring and Fall. Slow to bolt. Matures in 45 days. In-row Spacing: 4”. Between row spacing: 12”. Harvest regularly to promote continuous harvest. Light requirements: Full sun, in climates with hot summers, afternoon shade or shade cloth can help prevent bolting. 

    Spinach- Viroflay
    4 pack –– Heirloom spinach. Has very large, smooth, dark-green leaves on a plant that can get up to 24 inches across. This gourmet French strain is very vigorous and particularly good for a fall crop. It is also very low in oxalic acid so the leaves don't get bitter. Matures in 25-50 days. In-row Spacing: 6-12”. Between row spacing: 12-18”. Harvest regularly to promote continuous harvest. Light requirements: Full sun, in climates with hot summers, afternoon shade or shade cloth can help prevent bolting. 

    Zucchini-Black Beauty 
    4” pot –– Heirloom zucchini with dark green, glossy fruits that are long, straight and slender and very tender. Best when harvested under 8” long. Matures in 50-60 days. Plant spacing: 12-24”. Light Requirements: Full Sun. Recommended by USU. 

    Zucchini-Italian Striped
    4” pot –– Heirloom that is also known as Cocozelle Zucchini. Traditional Italian favorite often harvested extra early, but still very good when left to a larger size. Dark-green with lighter stripes, excellent flavor. Not actually a true zucchini this summer squash has a slightly larger blossom end. Matures in 55 days. Plant spacing: 12-24”. Light Requirements: Full Sun. 

    Summer Squash- Sunburst
    4” pot –– Hybrid Summer squash. Buttery-yellow scallop type fruit best picked when 2 to 3 inches across. Thin skin, tender, fine-grained white flesh with a delicate flavor. Space-saving bush habit. Matures in 50 days. Plant spacing: 12-24”. Light Requirements: Full Sun. Recommended by USU. 

    Summer Squash- Yellow Crook
    4” pot –– Heirloom Summer Squash. Bumpy, yellow, meaty fruits are best when harvested at 5-6” long. Slender curved neck. Holds and ships well. Excellent eating quality. Continuous yield. Matures in 55 days. Plant spacing: 12-24”. Light Requirements: Full Sun.

    Tomatillo- Green
    4” pot –– Heirloom. Large-fruited tomatillo with sweet green fruits 2-3”, enclosed in a papery husk. Vigorous bushing habit. Used in salsa verde. Matures in 80 days. Plant spacing: 24”. Light Requirements: Full Sun.

    Watermelon, Crimson Sweet
    4” pot — Heirloom watermelon. Fruits are round to oblong wi dark and light green striping. Fruits reach up to 15-20 lbs. Very fine and sweet texture. Matures in 80-90 days.

    Watermelon- Sugar Baby
    4 pack –– Heirloom watermelon. Round melons with dark-skinned rind and vibrant red flesh grow to 8-12 lbs. Matures in 60-75 days. Spacing: 3-5’ Light Requirements: Full Sun. Recommended by USU. 

    Winter Squash- Butternut
    4” pot –– Heirloom. Improved butternut type with better uniformity, larger yields and richer flavor. Tan fruits are 8-10” long, thick, with a deep orange interior. Stores well. Matures in 90 days. Spacing: Plant in groups of 2-3 plants that are spaced 5-8’ apart from the next group. Light Requirements: Full Sun. Recommended by USU.

    Winter Squash- Delicata
    4” pot ––  Heirloom. Snuck Farm favorite! Creamy texture and sweet potato like flavor. Fruits are a pale cream color with green stripes and flecks. Elongated 7-10” long. Thinner skin wall means that you can eat the skin. Stores for 2-4 months. Uses: Roasted and topped in pastas, salads and soups. Also makes a great stuffing bowl. Matures in 100 days. Spacing: Plant in groups of 2-3 plants that are spaced 5-8’ apart from the next group. Light Requirements: Full Sun. Recommended by USU.

    Winter Squash- Spaghetti
    4” pot –– Heirloom. Spaghetti-like pulp can be removed easily with a fork after boiling in a shell for about 30 minutes. Also bakes well. Harvest when 8 to 10 inches long. Matures in 70 days. Spacing: Plant in groups of 2-3 plants that are spaced 5-8’ apart from the next group. Light Requirements: Full Sun. Recommended by USU.

  • Peppers

    Anaheim Chili, Hot 
    4" pot –– Heirloom hot pepper. Milder than some, these meaty and flavorful chilies are 6-8” long and 2-3” wide, tapering to a blunt point. Matures at 80 days. In-row Spacing 18-24”. Between row spacing: 24”. Light requirement: Full Sun. Recommended by USU.

    Ancho Grande 
    4" pot –– Heirloom medium-hot chili pepper. Peppers are 4” long by 2-3” across at the shoulder, tapering to a blunt point. Ripens from dark green to rust red. Plants are 30 to 36 inches high. Continuous harvest. Called Poblano when green.  Matures in 76 days. In-row Spacing 18-24”. Between row spacing: 24”. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Bell Pepper- CA Wonder 
    4" pot –– Heirloom Bell pepper Green/Red. Produces large 4" green bell peppers that turn red if left on the plant (green peppers are less expensive at the store because they take less time to mature). Fruit is mild and sweet. Great for stuffing, roasting and eating fresh. Ever-bearing, upright plants.  Matures in 76 days. In-row Spacing 18-24”. Between row spacing: 24”. Light requirement: Full Sun. 

    Bell Pepper- Golden CA Wonder 
    4" pot –– Heirloom Bell pepper Green/Yellow. Produces large 4" green bell peppers that turn yellow if left on the plant (green peppers are less expensive at the store because they take less time to mature). Fruit is mild and sweet. Sturdy vigorous plants.  Matures in 75 days. In-row Spacing 18-24”. Between row spacing: 24”. Light requirement: Full Sun.

     

    Bell Pepper- Horizon (orange) 
    4" pot –– Heirloom Green/Orange bell pepper. Produces large 4" green bell peppers that turn orange if left on the plant (green peppers are less expensive at the store because they take less time to mature). Fruit is mild and sweet. Great for stuffing, roasting and eating fresh. Ever-bearing, upright plants.  Matures in 75 days. In-row Spacing 18-24”. Between row spacing: 24”. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Bell Pepper- Lunch Box

    4" pot –– Hybrid mix of mini sweet peppers. Snuck Farm Favorite!  A remarkably sweet and flavorful mix of yellow, orange and red peppers (for green peppers harvest any colore early).  Perfect for snacking, veggie platters, adding to salads and sautéing. All three varieties have tall strong plants that yield well for snack-type peppers. NOTE: Lunchbox Red is slightly smaller than the rest of the series.

     

    Bell Pepper- Purple Beauty 
    4" pot –– Heirloom Purple bell pepper. Produces large 3-4" purple bell peppers. Fruit is mild and sweet. Great for stuffing, roasting and eating fresh. Everbearing, upright plants.  Matures in 75 days. In-row Spacing 18-24”. Between row spacing: 24”. Light requirement: Full Sun. Recommended by USU.

    Giant Marconi 
    4" pot –– Hybrid mild Green/Red. Italian grilling pepper. Early yielder has a sweet and smokey flavor. Fruits 6-8” long with a tapered shape ripe when green, will turn red if left for another 7-10 days. Resistant to Potato Virus Y and Tobacco Mosaic virus. Upright plants. Mature in 76 days. In-row Spacing 18-24”. Between row spacing: 24”. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Habanero 
    4" pot –– Heirloom HOT pepper. Incredibly hot, small, golden-orange, lantern-shaped fruits measuring 1 by 1 1/2 inches. Thin-walled and wrinkled. Prefers warm moist conditions. Handle this one with extreme care! Scoville units: 100,000 - 350,000. Matures in 90 days. In-row Spacing 18-24”. Between row spacing: 24”. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Hungarian Yellow Wax 
    4" pot –– Heirloom Hot pepper. Early and prolific, waxy yellow peppers ripening to orange-red. These 5-6” long fruits tapering to a blunt tip. Fairly hot. Use for drying, processing, or sauces. Scoville units: 5,000 - 9,000. Matures in 70 days. In-row Spacing 18-24”. Between row spacing: 24”. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Jalapeno, HOT 
    4" pot –– Heirloom hot Green/Red pepper. Traditional jalapeno variety. Fruits are tapered with a blunt end, 3” long. Scoville units: 2,000-8,000. Matures in 65 days. In-row Spacing 18-24”. Between row spacing: 24”. Light requirement: Full Sun. Recommended by USU.

    Jalapeno Tam, MILD 
    4" pot –– Heirloom medium-heat Green/Red pepper. Snuck Farm Favorite! The flavor of a regular jalapeno with less heat. Fruits are tapered with a blunt end, 2 1/2 inches long. Plants are not as large as standard jalapeno and are more mild at Scoville units: 1,000 - 1,500. Matures in 67 days. In-row Spacing 18-24”. Between row spacing: 24”. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Lunch Box 
    4" pot –– Hybrid mix of mini sweet peppers. Snuck Farm Favorite!  A remarkably sweet and flavorful mix of yellow, orange and red peppers (for green peppers harvest any color early).  Perfect for snacking, veggie platters, adding to salads and sautéing. All three varieties have tall strong plants that yield well for snack-type peppers. NOTE: Lunchbox Red is slightly smaller than the rest of the series.

    Red Cherry Sweet 
    4" pot –– Heirloom sweet pepper. Slightly oblate fruits are 1 to 1 1/2 inches in diameter. Use either red or green, for pickling or in salads. Matures in 85 days. In-row Spacing 18-24”. Between row spacing: 24”. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Serrano, Hot 
    4" pot ––Heirloom hot Green/Red pepper. A very distinctive flavored hot pepper. This Serrano is not for the faint of taste. Bears thin-walled, 2” long and slender fruits that turn red when reaching maturity. Prolific and ever-bearing. Scoville units: 5,000 - 23,000. Matures in 80 days. In-row Spacing 18-24”. Between row spacing: 24”. Light requirement: Full Sun.

  • Tomatoes

    Amish Paste
    4" pot ––Heirloom variety that produces 6-8 oz. red fruits that are oxheart to almost teardrop-shaped. Meaty fruits are juicy and have outstanding flavor, good for sauces or fresh eating. Growth habit: Indeterminate. Matures in 85 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Austin's Red Pear
    4" pot –– Heirloom cherry tomato. Produces 2 inch red pear shaped fruits. Consistent producer all season. Growth habit: Indeterminate. Matures in 80 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Better Boy 
    4" pot –– Hybrid. Consistently produces large 12-16 oz, red, deep globe shaped fruit. Better Boy is a favorite among many gardeners and is especially favored by those in warmer climates for its tolerance to heat. Heavy yielding vines. Growth habit: Indeterminate. Matures in 70 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun. Recommended by USU.

    Big Beef 
    4" pot –– Hybrid. Large extra red fruits that are 10-12 oz. Fruits are oblate to globe shaped. Exceptional flavorful and juicy. Plants are prolific and high yielding. Growth habit: Indeterminate. Matures in 73 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun. Recommended by USU.

      Black Cherry 
    4" pot –– Heirloom cherry tomato. Black/red cherry sized tomatoes that are sweet and delicious. Has a dynamic, complex and smoky flavor. Growth habit: Indeterminate. Matures in 75 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

     Black Krim 
    4" pot –– Heirloom beefsteak tomato. Large dark red/purple tomatoes with green shoulders. Fruits are 8-12 oz. Juicy, full flavor with a slightly saltiness that enhances the taste. Growth habit: Indeterminate. Matures in 69-90 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun. Recommended by USU.

    Brandywine
    4" pot –– Heirloom beefsteak tomato. Deep red fruits grow to 8-12 oz. Excellent flavor and very productive.Growth habit: Indeterminate. Matures in 80 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun

     Brandywine, OTV
    4" pot –– Heirloom beefsteak tomato. High yields of 12-16 oz red beefsteak tomatoes. Has a rich old-fashioned tomato flavor. OTV stands for "Off the Vine". It is a cross of a Yellow Brandywine Tomato and an unknown red variety. It has greater yields than other Brandywine varieties. This is the most productive and heat tolerant Brandywine. A potato leaf variety. Growth habit: Indeterminate. Matures in 85 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

     Brandywine, Suddath's
    4" pot –– Heirloom beefsteak. Good yields of 1-3 lb pink beefsteak tomatoes. It has the rich old-fashioned tomato flavor. Perfect for sandwiches, salads, and slicing. This is believed to be of the original Brandywine variety. A potato leaf variety. Growth habit: Indeterminate. Matures in 85 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

     Caspian Pink  
    4" pot –– Heirloom. Yields large 12 oz pink tomatoes that are mild and delectable either fresh or cooked.This variety originated in Russia's Black Sea region. Growth habit: Indeterminate. Matures in 80 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Celebrity
    4" pot –– Hybrid. Medium-large red, firm, deep-globe shaped fruits that average 7 oz. Crack-resistant. Great all-purpose variety with superb flavor, disease resistance and heavy yield. Well suited to Utah's climatic conditions. Growth habit: Determinate (3-4’ tall). Matures in 72 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun. Recommended by USU.

    Champion
    4" pot –– Hybrid. Red tomatoes that are 6-8 oz. Excellent performer that was bred especially for sandwiches. Early maturing plant with high yields. Perfect for sandwiches, salads, and slicing. Growth habit: indeterminate. Matures in 72 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun. Recommended by USU.

    Cherokee Chocolate
    4" pot –– Heirloom. Produces high yields of 10-16 oz brownish-red mahogany beefsteak tomatoes. They grow in clusters of 2 to 4 tomatoes. It has the rich old-fashioned tomato flavor. It is more tastier, more juicier, and more productive than its sister variety, the Cherokee Purple Tomato. A cross between using the Cherokee Purple tomato and a heirloom variety. Perfect for sandwiches, salads, and slicing. Growth habit: indeterminate. Matures in 80 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Cherokee Purple
    4" pot –– Heirloom. High yields of 8-12 oz purplish-pink beefsteak tomatoes. It has the rich old-fashioned tomato flavor. It consistently ranks very high in taste tests. Perfect for sandwiches, salads, and slicing. One of the best tasting heirloom tomatoes. It has been grown over 100 years ago by the Cherokee Indians. An 1890 heirloom variety from Tennessee. Growth habit: indeterminate. Matures in 85 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun. Recommended by USU.

    Chocolate Stripes
    4" pot –– Heirloom. Medium sized (3-4”) mahogany colored tomato with dark, olive green-striping (similar to green zebra). Fruits have delicious, complex, rich, sweet, earthy tomato flavors. Chocolate Stripe, another desirable 'black tomato," Produces well into the autumn A great sandwich tomato and salad tomato. Growth habit: indeterminate. Matures in 79 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Dr. Whyche's Yellow
    4" pot –– Heirloom. Large golden yellow fruits grow up to 1 pound that are relativity blemish free. Their juicy, firm flesh houses few seeds and offers a lush, sweet, almost tropical flavor with low acidity. Growth habit: indeterminate. Matures in 80 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Early Girl  
    4" pot –– Hybrid. Very flavorful, 4 to 5 ounce, red globe to slightly flattened fruits are produced early and heavily throughout the season. Growth habit: Indeterminate. Matures in 60 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    German Pink
    4" pot –– Heirloom beefsteak tomato. Produces large pink 1-2 pound fruits with a full sweet flavor. Has a meaty flesh, few seeds and very little cracking. Excellent for canning, freezing, and slicing. Growth habit: Indeterminate & Potato leaf varitey. Matures in 85 days plants. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Gold Medal
    4" pot –– Heirloom bi-colored beefsteak tomato. Yields of 1-2 lb bi-colored orange-yellow beefsteak tomatoes with some rosy-red coloring. It has the rich old-fashioned tomato flavor. Very sweet, juicy, and flavorful. Perfect for sandwiches, salads, and slicing. Growth habit: Indeterminate. Matures in 75 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Green Zebra
    4" pot –– Heirloom. Small 2” round green tomato that matures into a golden yellow with dark-green stripes. The tangy flavor is a pleasant addition to salads, sandwiches, or salsas. Growth habit: indeterminate. Matures in 72 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun. Recommended by USU.

    Indigo Rose
    4" pot –– Heirloom. The darkest tomato bred so far. Has exceptionally high in anthocyanins, which are powerful anti-oxidants. In the early stages of fruit development, Indigo Rose develops a dark purple pigment in its skin where exposed to direct sunlight. Green when unripe, purple-red when ripe, the 1-2 oz., cocktail-sized tomatoes have good flavor with 'plummy' overtones. Crack resistant. Growth habit: indeterminate. Matures in 75 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Isis Candy Cherry
    4" pot –– Heirloom bi-color cherry tomato. Gorgeous cherry tomato is red with cat’s eye starburst on the blossom end. Rich, sweet, fruity flavor. Great for kids gardens.  Growth habit: indeterminate. Matures in 70-80 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Japanese Black Trifele 
    4" pot –– Heirloom. High yields of 4-6 oz mahogany tomatoes. They are very sweet, meaty, juicy, and flavorful. Perfect for sandwiches, salads, slicing, and canning. The attractive tomatoes are the shape and size of a Bartlett pear. Crack resistant. A variety from Russia. A potato leaf variety. Growth habit: indeterminate. Matures in 75 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Jaune Flamme
    4" pot –– Heirloom. Yields medium sized 3-4 oz orange tomatoes. Very sweet, with a fruity and tart flavor. Perfect for salads, garnishes, gourmet dishes, and making sauce. Also good for drying. Crack resistant. A heirloom variety from France. Growth habit: indeterminate. Matures in 75 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Jet Star 
    4" pot –– Hybrid. Bright red fruits are low acid, quite free from cracks and scars. Sturdy, compact, plants that produce loads of fine quality medium to large tomatoes. They are firm and hold up well in handling. Growth habit: indeterminate. Matures in 72 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    La Roma III
    4" pot –– Hybrid roma tomato. Bright red meaty 5-8 oz fruits with full flavor. Excelient for canning, pastes and sauces. Plants are disease resistant and vigorous producers all season. Growth habit: Determinate. Matures in 75 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Moskvich
    4" pot –– Heirloom. Deep red round 4-6 oz. fruits.  Extra-early and cold tolerant variety. Growth habit: Indeterminate. Matures in 60 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun. Recommended by USU.

    Pineapple
    4" pot –– Heirloom beefsteak tomato. Produces large 1-2 lbs fruits. Most notable thing about this variety is  eye catching bi-colored skins. Fruits are yellow on the top and fade to bright red on the bottom. Meaty flesh is also bi-colored and has a mild flavor. Plants produce good yields. Growth habit: Indeterminate. Matures in 70 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Roma
    4" pot –– Heirloom. A quality paste variety with very thick flesh. A popular old favorite with good yields for eating fresh, cooking and canning. Growth habit: Determinate (3-4’). Matures in 75 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun. Recommended by USU.

    Rutgers
    4" pot –– Heirloom. High yields of firm med-large red tomatoes.This variety was introduced in the 1930s and became famous for its delicious taste, abundant nutrition and high germination rates. Great choice for making sauce and for canning. Growth habit: Determinate (3-4’). Matures in 80 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun. Recommended by USU.

    San Marzano (Roma)
    4" pot –– Heirloom roma tomato. Smallish 2-3 oz. oblong, red fruits. Can be processed into a rich, thick paste or sauce with unforgettable flavor. Also an excellent tomato for sun drying. Holds well on vine or in storage. Growth habit: Determinate. Matures in 75 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Sungold
    4" pot –– Hybrid cherry tomato. Snuck Farm Favorite! One taste and you'll know why this tangerine-orange cherry tomato gets such highs marks. Intense fruity flavor that is exceptionally sweet. The beautiful golden-orange fruits are borne in large clusters. The flavor develops early, so this little tomato is great for snacking a week before full maturity, when it becomes very sweet and delicious. Growth habit: Indeterminate. Matures in 57 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Supersweet 100
    4" pot –– Hybrid cherry tomato. Very flavorful and uniformly shaped cherry tomatoes that grow in long lovely clusters. Bursting with sugary flavor. Grow on stakes or a fence.  Growth habit: Indeterminate. Matures in 65-70 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Velvet Red
    4" pot –– Heirloom cherry and ornamental tomato. Silvery-gray show stopping foliage. 1” bright red, sweet and flavorful heavy yielding tomato.  Excellent choice for edibles landscapes and container gardening. Growth habit: Indeterminate. Matures in 75-80 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Woodle Orange
    4" pot –– Heirloom. Large, round, smooth fruits are nearly perfect in shape. Brilliant tangerine color. A super fancy-looking variety. it has an incredible rich and sweet complex flavor that is among the best. A good main-season producer. Growth habit: Indeterminate. Matures in 75 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun.

    Yellow Pear
    4" pot –– Heirloom yellow cherry tomato. Pear shaped, bright yellow fruits that make a great addition to salads and your favorite dishes. Growth habit: Indeterminate. Matures in 70 days. In-row Spacing: 2’. Between row spacing: 3-4’. Light requirement: Full Sun. Recommended by USU.

  • Transplanting Tips

    Tips for Transplanting Success

    • Keep transplants well watered and out of direct afternoon sunlight until you are able to get them in the ground.
    • For best results plant within 7-14 days after purchasing. If it is longer than that you will need to fertilize.
    • Gently loosen the soil and dig a hole deep enough for the plant.
    • Removing Plant from the Pot
      • Compostable Pots (4 inch) - Gently peel away the paper pot, taking care to disturb the roots as little as possible to avoid transplant shock. Toss the pot in your compost or mulch pile.
      • Plastic Pots (6 Pack) - Gently hold the plant at the base or soil line while gently squeezing the outside of the cell to loosen and push the soil plug out.
    • Gently place plant in the hole making sure the plant plug is slightly below the surrounding soil surface and cover with soil. Be sure to put a layer of your garden’s soil on top of the soil plug to prevent the plant from drying out.
    • Water the plants well. Check plants regularly and keep moist. They might need more water for the first 7-10 days or until they have become well established.

    What is Transplant Shock?

    Transplant shock is caused when the roots get damaged during transplant. It can result in stunted growth or in extreme cases, plant DEATH! (scary music). It is impossible to have a 100% damage free transplant, but the goal for gardeners is to minimize it as much as possible. Some of the most important roots are the small, fine and farthest away from the base of the plant. Treat roots gently, do not let them dry out and do not intentionally break up the roots. Some plants are more susceptible to transplant shock so we have noted this information in the in plant care descriptions for those items.

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