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2011 NGB New Varieties-vegetables

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National Garden Bureau members have submitted their new varieties for the 2011 garden season.

National Garden Bureau members have submitted their new varieties for the 2011 garden season.

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    2011 NGB New Varieties-vegetables 2011 NGB New Varieties-vegetables Presentation Transcript

    • VegetablesNew Varieties For 2011
    • Bean ‘Jackson Wonder Lima’
      • 75 days to maturing
      • Very early and hardy lima bean
      • Abundant pods are 3-4 inches long
      • Climber that requires staking
      • Tan bean with dark brown speckles
      • Phaseolus lunatus
      Terra Organics
    • Bean ‘Velour’
      • First purple filet bean!
      • “Extra-fine” grade beans
      • Long, slender 4-5 inch purple pods turn green when cooked
      • Medium size bushy plants
      • Harvest 51 days from sowing seed
      • Phaseolus vulgaris
      Johnny’s Selected Seeds
    • Cabbage ‘Red Express’
      • Dark red 2-3 pound head
      • Super early OP cabbage is 53 days to maturity
      • Sweet crisp flavor
      • Bred for Canada & North USA it is hardy to zone 3
      • Brassica oleracea
      Terra Organics
    • Cucumber ‘Salt and Pepper’
      • First white-skinned pickling cucumber with powdery mildew resistance
      • Black spined 3-5 inch fruit
      • Delicious sweet crunchy flavor
      • Matures in 53 days
      • Cucumis sativus
      Johnny’s Selected Seeds
    • Eggplant ‘Barbarella’
      • Beautiful eye-catching fruit
      • Very nearly round, 4-5" long and 4-6" diameter
      • Excellent tasting and tender
      • Tall upright plants bear 5-6 fruit
      • Harvest 65 days from transplant
      • Solanum melongena
      Johnny’s Selected Seeds
    • Eggplant ‘Pot Black’
      • Highly ornamental black 2-3 oz fruit
      • Container conversation piece
      • Pick from ping pong ball size until tennis ball size
      • 30 or more tasty fruits per plant
      • Harvest 58-62 days from transplant
      • Colorful addition to a vegetable medley on the grill
      • Solanum melongena
      Floranova Ltd./Vegetalis
    • Lettuce ‘Bambi’
      • Dark green smooth leaves form true mini heads
      • Performs well in early, mid, and late plantings
      • Resistant to DM races 1, 5, 7
      • Harvest 50 days from seed
      • Latuca sativa
      Johnny’s Selected Seeds
    • Lettuce ‘Rhazes’
      • A true little gem-type for spring, summer, and fall planting
      • Resistant to DM races 1, 4-6, 13, 15, and 17
      • Harvest 42 days from seed, 35 days from transplant
      • Latuca sativa
      Johnny’s Selected Seeds
    • Mixed Greens ‘SimplySalad™ Alfresco Mix’
      • A brand-new way to easily grow mixed salads for cool-season gardens!
      • Each multi-pellet is a mix of loose-leaf lettuce and greens
      • Specially selected to be delicious, colorful and interesting to display
      • Cut and harvest again and again!
      • Sow in pots of all sizes
      • Harvest in 4-7 weeks
      • Latuca sativa
      PanAmerican Seed Co.
    • Mixed Greens ‘SimplySalad™ City Garden Mix’
      • A brand-new way to easily grow mixed salads for cool-season gardens!
      • Each multi-pellet is a mix of loose-leaf lettuce and greens
      • Specially selected to be delicious, colorful and interesting to display
      • Cut and harvest again and again!
      • Sow in pots of all sizes
      • Harvest in 4-7 weeks
      • Latuca sativa
      PanAmerican Seed Co.
    • Mixed Greens ‘SimplySalad™ Global Gourmet Mix’
      • A brand-new way to easily grow mixed salads for cool-season gardens!
      • Each multi-pellet is a mix of loose-leaf lettuce and greens
      • Grow in full or part sun
      • Cut and harvest again and again!
      • Sow in pots of all sizes
      • Harvest in 4-7 weeks
      • Latuca sativa
      PanAmerican Seed Co.
    • Pepper, Chile ‘Basket of Fire’
      • First true hanging basket pepper!
      • Spicy hot peppers turn from cream to orange and maturing to red
      • Small leaves don’t hide the fruit which pop from under the foliage
      • Basal branches cascade
      • Matures in 90 days
      • Capsicum frutescens
      Floranova Ltd./Vegetalis
    • Pepper ‘Gordo’
      • 2 to 3-lobed fruit have a flattened shape resembling a “cow’s tongue”
      • Strong plants hold fruit well and provide good cover to the fruit
      • Extra-long large Lamuyo type fruit
      • For extra large peppers grow Gordo!
      • 78 days from transplant
      • Capsicum annuum
      Harris Seeds
    • Pepper ‘Grenada’
      • Large to extra-large cubanelle pepper boasts smooth fruit with a shallow shoulder cavity
      • Well-adapted to the Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, and Caribbean
      • Resistant to R: Xcv: 1-3
      • Harvest 76 days from transplant
      • Capsicum annuum
      Alf Christianson Seed Co.
    • Potato ‘Quick Sprouts’
      • Rooted potato sprouts that make potato transplants possible for the home gardener to use in the garden or in containers
      • Crop time is fast
      • Culture is easy
      • 6 to 12 potatoes per plant
      • Solanum tuberosa
      Grimes Horticultural, Inc.
    • Pumpkin ‘Hijinks’ F1 AAS 2011 Winner
      • Ideal for painting and carving
      • Small fun size of 7 to 9 pounds
      • Deep orange skin with distinctive grooves and durable stem
      • Space plants 3 feet apart
      • Vines spread 15 feet
      • Harvest 100 days from sowing
      • Cucurbita pepo
      Sakata Seed America Inc.
    • Pumpkin ‘Musquee de Provence’
      • Beautiful French heirloom called a Fairytale Pumpkin
      • Exceptionally flavorful deep orange flesh
      • 8 to 20 pounds
      • Harvest 131-138 days from sowing
      • Fruit keeps well through the winter in a cool dry location
      • Cucurbita moschata
      Botanical Interests Inc.
    • Radish ‘Pink Beauty’
      • Rose-pink color adds a new color to a relish tray
      • Round & smooth, small taproot, unique flavor, crisp white flesh
      • 1 to 1 1/2-inch fruit grows large but stays mild & not pithy
      • 27 days to maturity
      • Raphanus sativus
      Terra Organics
    • Squash ‘Butterfly’
      • Harvest high quality butternut winter squash 90 days from seeding
      • Fruits produced on space saving semi-bush plants average 3.5 lbs
      • Flesh is fine grained with good orange color and great flavor
      • Intermediate resistance to powdery mildew is a big advantage over other butternut varieties.
      • Cucurbita Moschata
      Harris Seeds
    • Swiss Chard ‘Celebration’
      • Vibrant pink, orange and yellow
      • Highly uniform plants
      • Dark green glossy leaves
      • Grow in sun or shade
      • Harvest baby leaf in 30-33 days, mature leaf in 50-60 days
      • Beta vulgaris
      Alf Christianson Seed Co.
    • Tomatillo ‘Purple’
      • Rare heirloom variety
      • Smaller 1 – 1 ½ in. fruit
      • Sweeter flavor than green tomatillo
      • Sixty-eight days to harvest from transplant
      • Makes attractive purple salsa!
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Terra Organics
    • Tomato ‘Brandymaster Pink’ F1
      • Originally an Amish heirloom tomato
      • Fruits weigh 10 oz.
      • Prized for incredible flavor
      • Eighty days to maturity
      • Potato leafed indeterminate plant
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Seeds By Design
    • Tomato ‘Brandymaster Red’ F1
      • Deep red fruits with excellent flavor
      • Fruits can weigh up to 1 pound
      • Perfect for slicing
      • Eighty days to maturity
      • Large indeterminate potato leaf vines
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Seeds By Design
    • Tomato ‘Charger’
      • High-yielding, determinate salad variety tomato
      • Extra large fruits are firm and smooth shouldered
      • Plants are medium tall and benefit from light to no pruning
      • Seventy-six days to harvest from transplant
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Sakata Seed America, Inc.
    • Tomato ‘Cherry Buzz’
      • Very early to ripen
      • Produces loads of tasty, bite-sized treats
      • Continue to produce all summer
      • Shiny, ½-3/4” red fruits
      • Bright, sweet flavor
      • Crack resistant
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Territorial Seed Company
    • Tomato ‘Cherry Falls’
      • As the name implies, cherry sized and cherry colored fruit cascades to form a waterfall of about 300 fruits
      • Sweet and juicy 1.5 inch half ounce fruit
      • Well suited for baskets, window boxes and mixed combination pots
      • Ripens in 68-72 days from transplant
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Floranova Ltd./Vegetalis
    • Tomato ‘Containers Choice’ F1
      • Unique rugoso leaves
      • Strong, thick stems
      • Only one central stake needed, if any
      • Fruits are small, beefsteak shaped
      • Very sweet flavor
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Seeds By Design
    • Tomato ‘Defiant PhR’
      • Mid-size slicer
      • Fruits weigh 6-8 oz.
      • Globe shaped, smooth skin and medium firm with great texture and taste
      • High resistance to late blight, intermediate resistance to early blight
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Johnny’s Selected Seeds
    • Tomato ‘Early Doll’ F1
      • Only 55 days to maturity from transplant
      • Bright red, globe shaped tomato with excellent flavor
      • Fruits weigh 4-5 oz.
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Seeds By Design
    • Tomato ‘Five Star Grape’
      • Excellent, sweet flavor
      • Firm, meaty texture
      • Few seeds, little juice
      • Bright red, 15-20 gm fruits
      • Crack-resistant
      • Indeterminate plants highly resistant to verticillum and fusarium
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Johnny’s Selected Seeds
    • Tomato ‘Fourth of July’ F1
      • The name says it all!
      • Luscious red tomatoes by the Fourth of July.
      • Enjoy the plentiful harvest about 49 days after setting plants in the garden
      • Indeterminate plants produce fruits all season
      • Fruits average 4 ounces
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      The Cook’s Garden
    • Tomato ‘Fried Green’ F1
      • First tomato selected and created to be cooked.
      • Fruits stay firm
      • Color ranges from apple-green to yellow
      • Indeterminate plants set well all season
      • Super holding ability
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Seeds By Design
    • Tomato ‘Heirloom Blend’
      • Heirloom pack includes:
      • Brandywine Black, Pink, Red and Yellow
      • Cherokee Purple
      • Green Zebra
      • White Wonder
      • Nebraska Wedding
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Terra Organics
    • Tomato ‘Orange Wellington’
      • Bursting with flavor!
      • Smooth, orange heavyweight
      • Meaty, nearly seedless flesh
      • Fruits weight 12 ounces
      • Grow in full sun with some staking
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Burpee Seeds/Cooks Garden
    • Tomato ‘Premio’
      • Indeterminate plant produces good yields of high quality 4 oz fruit in clusters of 6 to 8 fruit
      • Fruit ripen uniformly with good red color and uniform round shape
      • Staking recommended for best overall yield and fruit quality.
      • Good disease resistance
      • 68 days to transplant
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Harris Seeds
    • Tomato ‘Red & Yellow Pear Blend’
      • Heirloom pear tomatoes from the late 1880’s
      • Sweet, mild flavor
      • Low acidity
      • Seeds are color-coded
      • Fruits are 2” long and 1” wide
      • Vigorous and productive indeterminate plants
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Botanical Interests
    • Tomato ‘Solid Gold’
      • Unique colored grape tomato
      • Excellent sweet and tart flavor
      • Vigorous plants with outstanding fruit set
      • Mid to early, indeterminate plant
      • Small 2” fruits weigh less than one ounce each
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Alf Christianson Seed Co.
    • Tomato ‘Sugar Plum’ F1
      • Hybrid grape tomato
      • High-yielding, 1-inch plum shaped fruits
      • Sweet and tasty
      • Sets in clusters on indeterminate plants
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Seeds By Design
    • Tomato ‘Sweet Seedless’
      • World’s first seedless tomato!
      • Excellent taste, very sweet
      • Easy to digest
      • Indeterminate plants are high-yielding and disease resistant
      • Fruits average 8-10 ounces
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Burpee Seed Co.
    • Tomato ‘Lizzano’ F1AAS 2011 Winner
      • Vigorous semi-determinate tomato variety
      • Bright red, baby-cherry fruits
      • Low-growing trailing plants excellent for patio gardens
      • Late-blight resistant
      • Fruits average 0.4 ounces
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Pro-Veg Seeds Ltd.
    • Tomato ‘Terenzo’ F1AAS 2011 Winner
      • High-yielding cherry tomato
      • Prolific producer in only 56 days from transplant
      • Tidy, low-growing trailing plants perfect for containers or hanging baskets
      • Easy-to-grow determinate variety
      • Fruits average 0.7 ounces
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Pro-Veg Seeds Ltd.
    • Tomato ‘Tye-Dye’ F1
      • Interior is splashed with marbled yellow-orange and red
      • Round, 3-inch fruit of 7 ounces
      • Staking required for plant 24-36 inches tall
      • Disease resistance to Verticilium Race 1, Alternaria Stem Canker, Fusarium 1, and Gray Leaf Spot
      • Solanum lycopersicum
      Monsanto Vegetable Seeds Ltd.