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Seedling Sale Update–available varieties

Here is the promised list of varieties for our sale– there might be one or two I’ve missed. We have absolutely tons of the cucurbits this year–winter squashes, pumpkins, cukes, zukes, melons, and watermelons! Last year we didn’t manage to grow enough because the chipmunks were such a (very cute) menace, but this year we’ve figured out how to outwit them (for now anyway!) Also lots of okra! Herbs and flowers are in slightly shorter supply this year, but we will put out more each day, so they don’t all get snapped up at once.


  • Shintokiwa
  • Boston Pickler
  • Boothby blonde 


  • Golden gopher
  • Delicious 51 PMR


  • Cherokee moon and stars
  • Crimson sweet 
  • Early moonbeam 


  • Costata Romanesca zucchini 
  • Dark green zucchini 

New England pie pumpkin

Winter Squashes:

  • Butternut 
  • Delicata
  • Red kuri
  • Long Island cheese 
  • Honeynut 
  • Hidatsa 
  • Black Forest kabocha 


  • Ruth’s Perfect,
  • Sweet’n’Bright,
  • Kimberton Hills Yellow,
  • Snow White cherry,
  • Black Cherry,
  • Matt’s Wild Cherry
  • Blush sweet plum,
  • San Marzano Paste,
  • Striped German

Physalis Species:

  • Schoenbrunn Gold Physalis,
  • Cossack Pineapple Ground Cherry
  • Purple Tomatillo


  • Moss Curled
  • Giant Italian Plain-leafed


  • Clemson Spineless
  • Bugundy

Sweet Peppers:

  • Aconcagua
  • Early Red Sweet
  • King of the North
  • Jimmy Nardello
  • Sullivan’s Favorite Frying

Hot Peppers:

  • Early Jalapeño
  • Hot paper lantern
  • Chiltepe


  • Lavender (perennial)
  • Rosemary (tender perennial, bring inside in the winter)
  • Thyme (perennial)
  • Lemon Bergamot (also a great pollinator flower)
  • Anise Hyssop (Semi-tender perennial—will sometimes overwinter in our area, also a great pollinator flower)
  • Valerian (perennial and also a great pollinator flower)
  • Lemon Balm (perennial)
  • Summer Savory
  • Tulsi Basil (also a great pollinator flower)
  • Lemon Basil (also a great pollinator flower)
  • Chives (perennial and also a great pollinator flower)


  • Hibiscus Manihot (annual)
  • Helichrysum (annual, great dried flower)
  • Purpletop Vervaine (Verbena bonariensis) (annual, but can self-seed)
  • Snapdragons panorama mix (annual)
  • Cockcomb celosia (annual, great dried flower, easy to save seed)
  • Euphorbia Mountain snow (Annual but will self-seed if happy)