Seasonal Transplants

 We want to help you have a fabulous garden.  We offer heirloom transplants for sale that are raised without pesticides.  All transplants are $5/plant, unless stated otherwise.


Mystery Keeper: A long keeping storage tomato that can last several months. Medium size fruit ripen from the inside out and are slightly more acidic than other tomatoes. When picked in the yellow to light green stage in the fall (before frost), the tomatoes continue to ripen indoors over the winter months. Determinate, regular leaf foliage. (80- 90 days)

Woodie Orange:  Large, round, smooth fruit are nearly perfect in shape, being a brilliant tangerine color. A super fancy-looking variety that makes a good market tomato; it has an incredible rich and sweet complex flavor that is among the best. This fine heirloom was sent to us from Iowa, and has proven to be a favorite for flavor and yield. A good main-season producer.  75 Days

Pineapple: Beefsteak variety, very large, up to 2 lbs. each. The yellow fruit has red marbling through the flesh and is one of the most beautiful tomatoes we sell. The flavor is very sweet and fruity; good yields! 75-95 days.

Clear Pink Rose: Clear Pink might just be the heaviest yielding. Compact (2’-3’) plants are loaded with large, pink, juicy tomatoes. Early maturing

Emerald Evergreen: Green beefsteak which ripen to a lime green color. Medium to large size, from 5 to 10 cm, slightly ribbed at the shoulders. Nice tangy flavor with a zesty twist. Moderately sweet. Green flesh with emerald gel.  75-80 days.

Sub-Arctic: One of the earliest strain at 45-50 days. Also adapted to cold weather. Does not need pruning. Can be grown in pots, the plants will then cascade over. Productive. Salad-size (5 cm) red fruits. Determinate. 45-50 days

Brandywine: These huge pink fruit are right up there with the best tasting tomatoes. Very meaty with little juice so they’re perfect for slicing. A tall growing potato leaf variety from the 1800s.

Snowstorm: Cherry Variety. Pale yellow oval fruits, cocktail size (4-5 cm). Smooth and regular. Sweet fruity flavor. Rare. 70 days

Black Cherry: Beautiful dark brown cherry tomato with some purplish hues.Very nice flavor! Large cherry size (cocktail tomato). Mix them 65 days.

Green Zebra: Striking lime green fruits with green stripes. Salad-size, 4 to 6 cm in diameter. Fresh, lemony or zesty flavor. Great in salads with other tomatoes. A favorite of chefs and specialty markets. 86 days.

Yellow Pear: Indeterminate variety bearing clusters of small, pear-shaped yellow fruits on tall plants. Unique salad tomato with mild taste. High yielding. 75-80 days.


Plaza Latina: The beefsteak of tomatillos! Heavy yielding, great for salsas, fresh eating and sauces.  To ensure fruit, you need at least two plants.

Purple:  Large and tasty and rare. Equally great for salsa or fresh eating. To ensure fruit, at least two plants are needed.


Marketmore 76:  The standard when it comes to long, thick slicing cucumbers. And while the shape and taste should win followers, take note that this cuke is also superbly disease-resistant, andheavy producer all season long.

Blonde: An heirloom classic from Maine. Great from fresh eating and pickling. 4-6” and tan colored, turning plump and yellow when ripe.

Green Apple: Amazing producer of unique and delicious cucumbers.  Short, round fruit with green and cream streaks, tangy. Great for fresh eating and pickling.

Cucamelon:  Incredible, small cucumber-like fruit are shaped like baby watermelons. They have a cucumber-like taste with a touch of lemon. The ornamental vines have tiny leaves and flowers and are perfect for the cottage garden. Ideal for fresh eating and pickling.. Huge yields