(Note – an * means we have these as starts all season)

Arugula

  • Arugua* – (Organic) – standard salad type, prefers cool weather – 21 days (baby) to 40 days (mature)

 

Broccoli

  • DeCicco – (Organic) – Small main head followed by side shoots. – 56 days
  • Belstar – (Organic) – Spring and summer type – 66 days

 

Cauliflower

  • Goodman – (Organic) – Uniform white heads, very dependable, vigorous – 90-100 days
  • Skywalker – (Organic) – For spring, summer and fall harvest. Large plants – 80 days

 

Celery

  • Tango – (Organic) – Tender, tasty stalks and grows well when under moderate stress – 80 days

 

Collards

  • Flash – (Conventional) – Vigorous, dark green, rapid regrowth after harvest – 55 days

 

Cucumbers

  • Corinto – (Organic, hybrid) – Early, slicer, flavorful, 7-8 –inch 48 days
  • Diva – (Hybrid, conventional) – Seedless, thin-skinned, sweet, slicer, 5-7-inch – 58 days
  • Straight Eight – (Heirloom, conventional) – Traditional slicing cucumber, vigorous, 7-8-inch fruits – 63 days
  • Lemon – (Organic) – Yellow, sweet and flavorful 2-inch round, table/pickler – 65 days
  • Marketmore – (Organic) – Long, slender slicer, 8-9-inches – 58 days
  • Adam Gherkin – (Organic, hybrid) – High-yielding pickler, uniform size, good flavor, best at 2-3-inch – 47 days
  • Tasty Jade – (Hybrid, conventional) – Vigorous, high-yielding, crisp, 11-12-inch – 54 days

 

Eggplant

  • Traviata – (Organic) – Traditional black Italian type. Classic bell shape, good flavor – 70 days

 

Greens (Pac Choi)

  • Joi Choi* – (Hybrid) – Heavy, vigorous, white stems – 45 days

 

Kale

  • Darkabor – (Organic) – Dependable, dark curly leaves, – 75 days

 

Lettuce (Leaf)

  • Muir* – (Organic) – Heat tolerant, green full head leaf type – 50 days
  • New Red Fire* – (Organic) Heat tolerant, full heads, well-colored leaves – 55 days
  • Bergams Green* (Organic) – Full-sized heads, good flavor, for spring, summer and fall – 51 days

 

Mustard

  • Green Wave* – (Organic) Slow to bolt, leaves are curly, taste mellows when cooked – 21 days for baby – 45 days mature

 

Sweet Peppers

  • Gatherer’s Gold – (Organic) Bright gold roasting peppers, sweet, flavorful, 7-10 inches long – 70 days
  • Lunch Box Peppers – (Organic) Sweet, 2-3-inch peppers, various colors, – 55-63 days (green) – 75-83 days (color)

 

Swiss Chard

  • Rhubarb Supreme – (Organic) – Bolt resistant, curly green leaves, red stalks – 60 days

 

Tomatoes

  • Brandywine – (Organic, heirloom) – Rich, loud and spicy flavor, large 10-14 ounce fruits, dark reddish pink, juicy – 78 days
  • Granadero – (Organic, indeterminate) – Thick-walled plum tomato for sauce, salsa and salads. 75 days.
  • New Girl – (Organic, indeterminate) – Early, great flavor, 4-6 oz. – 62 days
  • Oregon Spring – (Organic, determinate) – Compact plant, fleshy, fine-flavored, early harvest– 60 days
  • Defiant (Organic, determinate) – Early maturing, great flavor, 6-8-ounce fruit – 70 days
  • Glacier (Organic, heirloom, determinate) – Delicious, early 1-2 ounce – 55 days
  • Tomatillo (Purple De Milpa) – (Organic) – Great for salsa, intense flavor – 70 days
  • Willamette – (Organic, heirloom, open pollinated, determinate) – Developed at Oregon State University for shorter-seasoned areas. Medium-sized fruits, meaty, smooth and solid (needs support) – 70 days
  • Stupice – (Organic) – Great tasting and produces all season – 60-65 days

Tomatoes: Cherry

  • Sun Gold Cherry – (Hybrid, indeterminate) – Exceptionally sweet intense flavor, vigorous and produces early – 57 days
  • Esterina – (Organic, indeterminate) – Sweet and tangy flavor, golden and big clusters – 60 days
  • Washington – (Organic, determinate) – Deep red, early, flavorful. Developed at Washington State University – 60 days