A quick look at the outstanding eggplant varieties we've trialed and selected for greenhouse production, because they outperformed all the rest in the protected-culture setting.
Tomato trialing expert Andrew Mefferd provides an overview of the distinctive qualities of the unique Artisan Tomatoes from Johnny's Selected Seeds.
Johnny's Canada Sales Representative Thomas Macy, a graduate of the University of Maine's Sustainable Agriculture program, walks viewers through the fundamentals of growing microgreens, including some calculations needed to approximate ROI from your microgreens operation.
Johnny's Vegetable Product Manager Pete Zuck bakes up the last of our Kabocha Squash. Of all our Winter Squash varieties, 'Winter Sweet' has one of the longest storage potentials. This quick and easy dish is a delicious, nourishing way to celebrate the transition from late winter to spring.
A film about Calvin Lamborn, the father of the modern Snap Pea, whose breeding work offers exquisite flavor, appearance, increased disease resistance, higher yields, smaller pods for efficient processing, and ease of picking.
Learn why this mini broccoli, which is sweeter and more tender than regular broccoli, is a mainstay in our Director of Product Selection & Trialing's home garden.
Johnny's Vegetable Product Manager Pete Zuck reviews the attributes that make 'Peppermint' one of his favorite Swiss chards: • Tall, upright, easy to harvest for bunching; •  Tolerant to bolting; •  Stands up to Cercospora & other leaf diseases; •  Beautiful, eye-catching appearance; •  Peppermint-striped petiole; •  Bright white contrasting petiole extends all the way up into leaf veins; •  Dark, lustrous, voluminous leaves.
'Blush' is a unique pink long-day onion similar to the Italian heirloom, 'Rossa di Milano,' but with 4 distinct qualities that compel us to offer it in the Johnny’s catalog.
Here's a look at our 'Dwarf Grey Sugar Pea' Shoots, a delicious, beautiful and nutritious, high-value crop for quick, easy, year-round growing.
Simply roast 'Baron' on the grill, stovetop, or in the oven until the skin blackens, remove the skin by placing them in a paper bag for a few minutes, peel and stuff. If you’re looking for a great, flat grilling Poblano/Ancho pepper, give 'Baron' a try.
Within a few days of harvest place these caps overtop frisée, escarole, and other chicory heads to blanch their hearts. Widely practiced in Europe, blanching chicories with caps keeps the sunlight off the plants, resulting a beautiful, yellow-white center that is less bitter, more tender to the tooth and sweet.
Johnny's Tomato Trialing Technician Daniel Yoder provides a top-grafting demo as a component of our Fundamentals of Tomato Grafting webinar. Daniel demonstrates both splice grafting and cleft grafting, with diagrams and recommendations for protocol and materials. Watch and learn by practicing with your own setup.