Magda Hybrid Squash
So Early and Tasty it Leaves Other Summer Squash Hangin’ on the Vine!This Middle Eastern or Mediterranean type is strongly nutty and very rich!
50 days. If you haven’t tried Mediterranean Summer Squash yet, you don’t know what you’re missing! Unlike our rather bland summer varieties, Magda is full-bodied, tender, and almost nutty. And the plant is so productive, beginning the season early and then bearing steadily over a long time. This lovely Middle Eastern type is not only delicious, but economical and easy to grow!
Magda Hybrid begins to mature in early summer, just 50 days from sowing. The fruit is shorter and much plumper than zucchini, with a creamy-green skin and pure white interior. Scrumptious fresh or cooked, it makes a hearty meal, and is so strongly flavored that you can enjoy it plain, sprinkled with a bit of salt, or as a meat substitute in sauces.
This Classic Everbearing is Sweet and Firm, Even if Picked Late!A great choice for lengthening your harvest!
Heritage is a classic name in raspberries, a red variety with sweet flavor and great holding ability on the vine. Unlike some varieties, Heritage won’t fall to pieces if you delay picking the ripe fruit a day or two; it stays firm, juicy, and super-flavorful. Plants are very vigorous and resist Powdery Mildew
The Best-Tasting Yellow RaspberryDeveloped by the cooperative breeding programs of Maryland, New Jersey, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
Plant Patent #10,411. Hands-down the best-tasting yellow Raspberry, Anne is also highly productive, ripening at the same time as Heritage. The fruit is large, pale yellow, and super sweet, superb for eating fresh or for canning.
This Raspberry reaches about 4 feet tall, and appreciates a spring pruning for summer production or a complete cutback (it can be mowed down) for fall crops. Developed by the cooperative breeding program of 4 states (Maryland, New Jersey, Virginia, and Wisconsin), it is widely adapted and very dependable, with extra-large, pale yellow berries in great numbers. Give it a try this season for a new look and extra-sweet flavor from your berry patch! Zones 4-10.
This Dwarf Bears 2 Big Crops a Year!Fat, juicy black-skinned figs are an exotic treat you can grow right on the patio!
Few fruits are more meltingly soft, rich, and sweet than a ripe fig straight from the bush, and no fig is as easy to grow as this delightful dwarf. Small enough for an urban balcony, small patio, or accent planting right in the front yard, this hard-working tree offers not one but two full crops of yummy fruit every year! And even if it never set a fig, you’d fall in love with its elegant horizontal branching and large, hand-shaped foliage.
This naturally dwarf variety grows only 6 to 8 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide–perfect for a large container. It’s self-fertile, so you just need one, but this tree is such a charmer that we recommend you succumb to temptation and try a pair! They make a great impression flanking an entryway or marching up the steps to the porch!
The first year you’ll probably get one good crop, and from then on, it will set fruit first in July, then around late September. The large, black-skinned fruits are plump and lightly creased, with delicious, juicy dark red flesh. Even if you’re not a fig-lover, this tree is worth its weight in gold for the birds it brings to your garden!
Lovely from early spring through fall, its slender trunk and nicely layered, widely-spaced branches stand out beautifully against the large, dark green, maple-like lobed foliage. The perfect edible ornamental, this dwarf is a showstopper in any setting! If you live north of zone 7, bring it indoors when freezing weather sets in; elsewhere, it will safely winter outside. Zones 7-10