Featured Garden-Ready Starts
Garden-Ready Starts
Garden-Ready Starts
Obtaining quality, garden-ready starts saves time, effort, and growing space in a trade where all of the above are precious commodities. We partner with trusted growers who provide us with a diverse selection of vegetable, fruit, and herb plants, all of which are quality-checked before shipment and sent at a time appropriate for your growing locale.
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Early bulb onions for overwintering.
Early bulb onions for overwintering.
90 spring sown Approx 260 fall sown in the North
Johnny's Exclusive
King Richard Leeks
Remarkable earliness and size in a beautiful, full-size leek.
Remarkable earliness and size.
75 Days
Renowned for "new" potatoes; light red skin and delicious yellow flesh.
Renowned for "new" potatoes.
Early
Yellow-flesh standard.
Yellow-flesh standard.
Early Midseason
Carefree crop for a unique market offering, also known as "sunchokes."
A unique market offering, Jerusalem artichokes are also known as "sunchokes."
90 Days
Deep purple skin with solid purple flesh that holds color when cooked.
Deep purple skin with solid purple flesh.
Early Midseason
Extremely long-storage yellow onion.
Extremely long storage onion.
104 Days
Vibrant red skin with creamy white flesh and excellent flavor.
Vibrant red skin with creamy white flesh.
Midseason
Excellent all-purpose potato in a widely adapted variety.
Excellent all purpose potato.
Midseason
Widely adapted Walla Walla type for growing farther South.
Widely adapted, day neutral.
110 Days
Superior red color, long storage.
Superior red color, long storage.
118 Days
All-purple fingerling that retains its rich color when boiled.
All-purple fingerling.
Late Midseason
Specialty potato with red skin, yellow eyes, and outstanding flavor.
Specialty potato with outstanding flavor.
Late
Yellow-flesh standard.
Yellow-flesh standard.
Early Midseason
Productive and early red-skinned variety.
Productive and early red-skinned variety.
Early
Selection of 3 highbush varieties for a continuous harvest.
Selected for a continuous harvest.
Begins fruiting second to third year after planting
Best-eating early russet.
The best-eating early russet.
Midseason
Excellent all-purpose potato in a widely adapted variety.
Excellent all-purpose potato.
Midseason
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