Some of Our Favorite Veggies!

 

We carry the largest variety of vegetable starts including heirloom varieties in Montgomery County starting about the 2nd week of February. Shown below is just some of our favorites. We also sell plants and seeds for the fall and winter garden as well. Here is a great link to the Montgomery County Agrilife Extension site that gives great detailed info on home vegetable gardening. Texas Agrilife Extension Service

celebrity-tomato
celebrity-tomato

Outstanding performer with excellent quality 7-8 oz. fruit. VFFNTA Determinate 70 Days

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Tomato-Sweet 100
Tomato-Sweet 100

Plant produces high yields of red cherry tomatoes. The tomatoes grow in clusters. These tomatoes are mouth watering sweet with high vitamin C content. Plant bears abundantly until first frost. Excellent in salads or eaten fresh. Indeterminate 65

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Cherokee_Purple_Tomato Heirloom
Cherokee_Purple_Tomato Heirloom

A reliable producer of juicy, dark pink fruit with purple shoulders that appear almost brown in color, and average 8 to 12 oz., apiece. Fruits are round to oblate, with no cracking. Exhibits tolerance to mild drought as well as to common diseases. Sweet with just the right amount of acidity. VFNT Resistant Indeterminate 80 Days

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Tomato-Homestead
Tomato-Homestead

Plant produces good yields of 8 oz red tomatoes. Tomatoes are meaty and very flavorful. Does well in hot regions. Excellent for home gardens and market growers. Developed in the 1950′s. FA Resistant Determinate 80 Days

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Multipick Squash
Multipick Squash
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Squash Yellow Crook Neck
Squash Yellow Crook Neck
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Cantalope Ambrosia
Cantalope Ambrosia
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Cucumber, Marketmore
Cucumber, Marketmore
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