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Hancock St near Rt 139
condition: new
TOMATO AND PEPPER PLANTS? Organically grown, mostly heirloom tomato and pepper seedlings. Ready to plant. $5.00 each plant or 5 for $20.00

In addition to the list below, I also have some Heir Paste (think smaller version of amish paste and some micro toms) Also a few flats of kale.

GOLIATH™ JALAPENO HYBRID - HOT
Giant, 5" by 2", broad shouldered, thick walled beauties mature from a dark, glossy green to scarlet red. Their large size and consistent production all season long makes them ideal for all your slicing, grilling and stuffing needs. Fruits pack good heat with excellent flavor and texture. Scoville rating is 3,000-5,000. Resistant to TMV and PVY. Full sun, keep soil moist.

BIG BERTHA PEPPER, BELL, - SWEET
One of our most popular for fresh market, home gardens and gourmet chefs. Extra-large, mostly 4-lobed, superior fruits mature up to a full 7" long by 3 1/2" across, turning deep green to red, with full season fruiting. Resists Tobacco Mosaic Virus. Upright plants grow 25-30".



BANANA PEPPER - SWEET
One of the most popular sweet peppers, excellent both fresh and cooked! Thick-walled, pendant fruits with sweet, mild, waxy flesh start out a pale green, ripen to yellow, then red. Prolific plants grow 16 to 24".




SHISHITO PEPPER - SWEET
Fruits are thin-walled and have no heat. Popular in Japan, where its thin walls make it particularly suitable for tempura. Also very good roasted, in stir-fries, or sautéed. In Asia, the fruits are always cooked green, but they may also be used red. Thinly sliced, the red, slightly sweet fruits are excellent in salads and coleslaws. The plants are large and very productive


COWHORN PEPPER - HOT
Tapered, thick-walled, 6 to 9" cayenne peppers have a curled horn shape and mature from green to bright red. Fruits have a good flavor and are medium hot with an average of 5,000 to 8,000 Scoville units. Great for drying and making hot sauces.

SUNGOLD HYBRID - INDETERMINATE
A positively luscious, bite-size golden beauty overflowing with an abundance of fruits - thin-skinned, with a juicy flesh that holds its oh-so-sweet, fresh-from-the-vine flavor. Very early, and a heavy cropper both outdoors and in greenhouses. Cascading trusses are smothered in fruits that remain ripe and ready for picking over long periods of time. Indeterminate (grows very tall, up to 8 feet given the support).

HEARTBREAKERS™ DORA RED HYBRID -DETERMINATE
Fruits grow in clusters of approx. 8 to 10, weigh up to 1/2 oz and are about the size of a quarter. Bred for regrowth after harvest of the first fruits; plants will continue to set new fruit, but only if ripe fruit is kept harvested. Sturdy, dwarf plants have nicely branched trusses of fruit that lay outside of the foliage for easy visibility and harvest. Ideal pot size 6 to 8". Mature plants grow to about 16" tall. Determinate

ROSSA SICILIAN - DETERMINATE
An Italian heirloom. Striking deep red, ribbed fruits weigh up to 6 oz. and have firm, meaty flesh. Thin skin bruises easily, so fruits should be handled with care. Perfect for making tomato sauces and pastes. Determinate.


ANNA RUSSIAN - INDETERMINATE
This luscious heirloom was reported to have been brought to Oregon by a Russian immigrant generations ago. Pinkish-red heart-shaped fruits are large, early, and juicy with outstanding flavor and weigh up to 1 lb. Wispy foliage on hardy vines. Indeterminate.


AMISH PASTE - INDETERMINATE
Dates back to the early 1900s and is the best for sauces and canning. Its deep red fruits are large for canning types (about 8 oz.), with a real tomato flavor. Not overly acidic. Indeterminate


HILLBILLY - INDETERMINATE
This heirloom hails from the hills of West Virginia, where they know a superb tomato when they see one! Huge, mildly flavored, beefsteak-type fruits weigh 1 to 2 lbs. each, and are low in acid and a most unusual orange-yellow, streaked and mottled in shades of red and pink. Regular potato leaf variety. Indeterminate.

PINEAPPLE - INDETERMINATE
Enormous, uniquely patterned yellow-red striped fruits will be the center of attention. Beefsteak type fruits easily grow 5" and larger, are orange yellow with red streaks and no green shoulders. Meaty flesh has a nice mild flavor. Heavy foliaged plants produce good yields. Indeterminate.


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