Grow your own soup garden. These vegetables can help make a wide range of soups from vegetables, tomatoes, leeks, potatoes, squash and more! Nothing tastes better than when it’s from your own garden!
The sweet and tender Scarlet Nantes carrot is popular as a sweet baby, slicer, or fresh market variety that is enjoyed cooked or fresh.
The crisp, sweet succulent 3 inch pods of the Sugar Ann Pea are ready to eat in just 10 to 14 days ahead of the original Sugar Snap!
The Waltham Butternut Squash's delicious fine textured flesh and long storage capability definitely makes it the top winter squash choice.
The Black Beauty plants are compact and easy to grow producing an abundance of fruit with a really good flavor throughout the summer.
The hearty Cannolini Bush bean is an Italian heirloom that is rich and meaty bean, making it equally delicious as it is satisfying.
The smooth meaty texture of the Cannolini Pole bean is a favorite for shelling and cooking, especially ideal for Minestrone and other soups and stew.
The French Garden bean is a delicious french heirloom bean that has a sweet nutty flavor that can be enjoyed year after year!
The Kennebec Potato variety is one of the top 10 potatoes grown in Maine and there is no question why, it's absolutely perfect!
The Pinto bean is a great tasting young tan and brown speckled bean that is very popular in many Mexican dishes, such as refried beans!
The Progress No. 9 Pea is a wrinkle-seeded pea that is fast growing and produces plump dark green pods with 7-9 delicious peas per pod.
The White Sweet Spanish Onion is a long-day variety that has a sweet flavor with very little of the sharpness that some other onions have.