Vegetables
New Varieties For 2011
Bean ‘Jackson Wonder Lima’
•75 days to maturing
•Very early and hardy lima bean
•Abundant pods are 3-4 inches long
•Climbe...
Bean ‘Velour’
•First purple filet bean!
•“Extra-fine” grade beans
•Long, slender 4-5 inch purple pods
turn green when cook...
Cabbage ‘Red Express’
•Dark red 2-3 pound head
•Super early OP cabbage is 53
days to maturity
•Sweet crisp flavor
•Bred fo...
Cucumber ‘Salt and Pepper’
•First white-skinned pickling
cucumber with powdery
mildew resistance
•Black spined 3-5 inch fr...
Eggplant ‘Barbarella’
•Beautiful eye-catching fruit
•Very nearly round, 4-5" long and
4-6" diameter
•Excellent tasting and...
Eggplant ‘Pot Black’
•Highly ornamental black 2-3 oz fruit
•Container conversation piece
•Pick from ping pong ball size un...
Lettuce ‘Bambi’
•Dark green smooth leaves
form true mini heads
•Performs well in early, mid,
and late plantings
•Resistant...
Lettuce ‘Rhazes’
•A true little gem-type for
spring, summer, and fall
planting
•Resistant to DM races 1, 4-6,
13, 15, and ...
Mixed Greens ‘SimplySalad™ Alfresco Mix’
•A brand-new way to easily grow mixed
salads for cool-season gardens!
• Each mult...
Mixed Greens ‘SimplySalad™ City Garden Mix’
•A brand-new way to easily grow mixed
salads for cool-season gardens!
• Each m...
Mixed Greens ‘SimplySalad™ Global Gourmet Mix’
•A brand-new way to easily grow mixed
salads for cool-season gardens!
• Eac...
Pepper, Chile ‘Basket of Fire’
•First true hanging basket pepper!
•Spicy hot peppers turn from cream to
orange and maturin...
Pepper ‘Gordo’
•2 to 3-lobed fruit have a flattened
shape resembling a “cow’s tongue”
•Strong plants hold fruit well and
p...
Pepper ‘Grenada’
•Large to extra-large cubanelle
pepper boasts smooth fruit with a
shallow shoulder cavity
•Well-adapted t...
Potato ‘Quick Sprouts’
•Rooted potato sprouts that make
potato transplants possible for the
home gardener to use in the
ga...
Pumpkin ‘Hijinks’ F1 AAS
2011 Winner
•Ideal for painting and carving
•Small fun size of 7 to 9 pounds
•Deep orange skin wi...
Pumpkin ‘Musquee de Provence’
•Beautiful French heirloom called a
Fairytale Pumpkin
•Exceptionally flavorful deep orange f...
Radish ‘Pink Beauty’
•Rose-pink color adds a new color to a
relish tray
•Round & smooth, small taproot, unique
flavor, cri...
Squash ‘Butterfly’
•Harvest high quality butternut winter squash 90
days from seeding
•Fruits produced on space saving sem...
Swiss Chard ‘Celebration’
•Vibrant pink, orange and yellow
•Highly uniform plants
•Dark green glossy leaves
•Grow in sun o...
Tomatillo ‘Purple’
Rare heirloom variety
Smaller 1 – 1 ½ in. fruit
Sweeter flavor than green
tomatillo
Sixty-eight day...
Tomato ‘Brandymaster Pink’ F1
Originally an Amish
heirloom tomato
Fruits weigh 10 oz.
Prized for incredible flavor
Eig...
Tomato ‘Brandymaster Red’ F1
Deep red fruits with
excellent flavor
Fruits can weigh up to 1
pound
Perfect for slicing
...
Tomato ‘Charger’
High-yielding, determinate
salad variety tomato
Extra large fruits are firm
and smooth shouldered
Plan...
Tomato ‘Cherry Buzz’
Very early to ripen
Produces loads of tasty, bite-
sized treats
Continue to produce all
summer
Sh...
Tomato ‘Cherry Falls’
As the name implies, cherry sized and
cherry colored fruit cascades to form a
waterfall of about 30...
Tomato ‘Containers Choice’ F1
Unique rugoso leaves
Strong, thick stems
Only one central stake
needed, if any
Fruits ar...
Tomato ‘Defiant PhR’
Mid-size slicer
Fruits weigh 6-8 oz.
Globe shaped, smooth skin
and medium firm with great
texture ...
Tomato ‘Early Doll’ F1
Only 55 days to maturity
from transplant
Bright red, globe
shaped tomato with excellent
flavor
F...
Tomato ‘Five Star Grape’
Excellent, sweet flavor
Firm, meaty texture
Few seeds, little juice
Bright red, 15-20 gm frui...
Tomato ‘Fourth of July’ F1
The name says it all!
Luscious red tomatoes by the Fourth
of July.
Enjoy the plentiful harve...
Tomato ‘Fried Green’ F1
First tomato selected and
created to be cooked.
Fruits stay firm
Color ranges from apple-green
...
Tomato ‘Heirloom Blend’
Heirloom pack includes:
Brandywine Black, Pink, Red
and Yellow
Cherokee Purple
Green Zebra
Wh...
Tomato ‘Orange Wellington’
Bursting with flavor!
Smooth, orange
heavyweight
Meaty, nearly seedless flesh
Fruits weight...
Tomato ‘Premio’
Indeterminate plant produces good
yields of high quality 4 oz fruit in
clusters of 6 to 8 fruit
Fruit ri...
Tomato ‘Red & Yellow Pear Blend’
Heirloom pear tomatoes from the late
1880’s
Sweet, mild flavor
Low acidity
Seeds are ...
Tomato ‘Solid Gold’
Unique colored grape tomato
Excellent sweet and tart flavor
Vigorous plants with outstanding
fruit ...
Tomato ‘Sugar Plum’ F1
Hybrid grape tomato
High-yielding, 1-inch plum
shaped fruits
Sweet and tasty
Sets in clusters o...
Tomato ‘Sweet Seedless’
World’s first seedless tomato!
Excellent taste, very sweet
Easy to digest
Indeterminate plants...
Tomato ‘Lizzano’ F1
AAS 2011 Winner
Vigorous semi-determinate tomato
variety
Bright red, baby-cherry fruits
Low-growing...
Tomato ‘Terenzo’ F1
AAS 2011 Winner
High-yielding cherry tomato
Prolific producer in only 56 days from transplant
Tidy,...
Tomato ‘Tye-Dye’ F1
Interior is splashed with marbled
yellow-orange and red
Round, 3-inch fruit of 7 ounces
Staking req...
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  1. 1. Vegetables New Varieties For 2011
  2. 2. 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 lunatusTerra Organics
  3. 3. 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
  4. 4. 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
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. 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 melongenaJohnny’s Selected Seeds
  7. 7. 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 melongenaFloranova Ltd./Vegetalis
  8. 8. 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
  9. 9. 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 sativaJohnny’s Selected Seeds
  10. 10. 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.
  11. 11. 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 sativaPanAmerican Seed Co.
  12. 12. 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.
  13. 13. 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
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15. 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.
  16. 16. 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.
  17. 17. 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.
  18. 18. 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.
  19. 19. 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
  20. 20. 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
  21. 21. 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.
  22. 22. 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
  23. 23. 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
  24. 24. 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
  25. 25. 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.
  26. 26. 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
  27. 27. 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
  28. 28. 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
  29. 29. 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
  30. 30. 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
  31. 31. 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
  32. 32. 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
  33. 33. 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
  34. 34. Tomato ‘Heirloom Blend’ Heirloom pack includes: Brandywine Black, Pink, Red and Yellow Cherokee Purple Green Zebra White Wonder Nebraska Wedding Solanum lycopersicum Terra Organics
  35. 35. 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
  36. 36. 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
  37. 37. 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
  38. 38. 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.
  39. 39. 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
  40. 40. 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.
  41. 41. Tomato ‘Lizzano’ F1 AAS 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 lycopersicumPro-Veg Seeds Ltd.
  42. 42. Tomato ‘Terenzo’ F1 AAS 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.
  43. 43. 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.

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