This cherry tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) plant produces an abundance of candy-sweet, bite-size tomatoes all season.
This loose-leaf lettuce (Latuca sativa) is an heirloom that matures early in the season, with a tender texture and delicate flavor.
This variety (Cucumis sativus) has a compact habit (or characteristic appearance of a plant) that allows it to thrive in containers, producing crisp, bright-green fruits in abundance.
This variety (Capsicum annuum) produces sweet, mild peppers in a range of cheerful colors. For a hot pepper, 'Jalapeno M' has an intense, medium-hot flavor and is suitable for containers.
An Italian heirloom, this variety (Beta vulgaris ssp. vulgaris) is also known as a striped beet for its globe-shaped, mild-flavored, red-and-white flesh.
This carrot (Daucus carota ssp. sativus), a popular heirloom, has an excellent flavor and doesn't require deep soil.
This variety (Raphanus sativus) is a heat-tolerant heirloom radish with superior crunch.
This type of Swiss chard (Beta vulgaris) is an easy-to-grow, heat-resistant heirloom that does not bolt; it has a mild flavor.
This variety of bean (Phaseolus vulgaris), an heirloom with a distinctive flavor, has been popular since the mid-19th century.
This eggplant (Solanum melongena) is a sweet-flavored Italian heirloom with lovely, creamy flesh.
This variety (Curcurbita pepo) grows on a productive, bushy plant that provides an early harvest.
This pea (Pisum sativum) is an award-winning snap pea that grows in a bush form and doesn't require staking.
This variety of spinach (Spinacia oleracea) tolerates heat better than other spinach cultivars, making it a three-season crop in temperate climates.
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It is so easy to remove seeds from any tomato. Your husband should be able to enjoy them all.
I am very interested in "seedless tomato" seeds as my husband has CROHN'S and loves tomatoe's but can't eat them. Can you help. Thank you, so much.
ZOooops! I meant to type ...to my "nursery"! NOT 'surery". sorry...:-/
You can! I just did. Simply "copy" the words, open a Word Document or Notepad and "paste" them in. Wa-la! Now I can take it to my surery to buy the seeds (be sure to "save" you list before closing tho)
I really love the Martha Stewart website, but it would be so great if your 'printable views' included the details--like printing the words of the Easy to Grow vegetables. I can't figure out how to print the list; it would be easier than writing them all down...
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