Vegetable & Herbs

Gardening is cheaper than therapy and you get tomatoes. (Author Unknown)



Vegetable Varieties That We Grow
There‘s no better feeling than growing your own natural, healthy vegetables and joining the millions of Americans who already take their produce from garden to table.  If you’ve never grown an edible garden, we urge you to try. There is nothing quite like the mouthwatering taste of fresh veggies that were grown in your own backyard

We grow thousands of tomatoes plants, hot and sweet peppers including many heirloom varieties as well as cucumbers, squash, melons and other vegetable ready to plant. We select vegetable varieties not only for popularity but choose those that perform well in our climate and consistently produce large yields with great flavor. Potato and onion sets are also  available as well as asparagus and rhubarb.

For the gardener who likes to start his own plants we carry a complete line of garden seed, seed starting kits, potting mix, peat pots, and all the information he might need.

Growing you own vegetables will provide you with years of enjoyment and satisfaction as you learn about the diverse selection of available plants and seeds, experiment with different recipes and share your results with family and friends.


More About Herbs
Each year the popularity of herbs increases and each year we try and grow all of the old favorites as well as some different varieties.

Fresh herbs are fun to grow and even more enjoyable to use. There is nothing like fresh Basil with a home grown tomato or Mint used in your ice tea. Most herbs require full sun, well drained and average soil. You can grow herbs in pots on your windowsill, in flavorful combinations in a strawberry jar or other containers, in a garden just for them or mixed with annuals, perennials and shrubs in other garden beds to ‘spice’ things up. Some herbs are perennial, so they’ll return each year, but some of the most popular such as Basil, Rosemary and Sage are not hardy in our zone, so count on planting them every year. Here is a list of some of the many herbs we grow.

  • Basils
  • Chives
  • Cilantro
  • Dill
  • Garlic
  • Marjoram
  • Mint
  • Oregano
  • Parsley
  • Rosemary
  • Sage
  • Stevia
  • Tarragon
  • Thyme