Below is a list of everything we are currently offering to plant in your edible gardens for this upcoming season…

Spring ’21 Planting Choices 

  • Beans: Blue Lake 274 (Bush), Contender (Bush), Gold Rush (Bush), Royal Burgundy (Bush), Provider (Bush), Blue Lake FM-1K (Pole), Kentucky Wonder (Pole)
  • Carrots: Carnival Blend, Danvers 126, Little Finger, Scarlet Nantes, Tonda di Parigi, Atomic Red
  • Corn: Buttergold (sweet), Honey & Cream (sweet), Painted Hill (sweet), Sugarbaby (sweet), Dakota Black (popping), Strawberry Popcorn (popping), Robust Pop (popping), Glass Gam (popping or flour), Rio Grande Blue (flour)
  • Cucumbers: Straight Eight, Marketmore, Spacemaster, Homemade Pickles
  • Eggplant: Black Beauty, Patio or Ichiban
  • Melon: Hale’s Best Jumbo Cantaloupe, Sweet Delight Honeydew
  • Okra: Red Burgundy, Clemson Spineless
  • Peas: Progress #9 (shelling pea), Sugar Magnolia (purple snap pea), Sugar Snap (snap pea), Iona Petite (shelling pea) Tendersweet (snap pea), or Oregon Sugar Pod II (snow pea)
  • Peppers: Anaheim Chili, Big Bertha Bell, California Wonder Bell, Chili Petin, Chili Pequin, Golden Bell, Jalapeño (hot or mild), Orange Blaze Bell, Purple Beauty Bell, Red Bell, Serrano, Sweet Banana, Sweet Chocolate Bell
  • Potatos: Yukon God, Red, Sweet
  • Radish: Cherry Belle, Easter Egg Blend, French Breakfast, Mantanghong Watermelon
  • Squash: Black Beauty Zucchini, Round Zucchini, Early Prolific Straight-neck, Cocozelle Zucchini, Honey Boat, Patty Pan (scallop), Cube of Butter, Emerald Delight
  • Tomatoes: Azoychka, Sun Leaper, Black Cherry, Black Krim, Celebrity, Cherokee Purple, Creole, German Johnson, Large Red Cherry, Lemon Boy, Patio, Park’s Whopper, Phoenix, Sun Gold, Roma Ruby Crush, Tumbling Tom, Yellow Pear, Tomatillo Verde
  • Watermelon: Charleston Gray, Crimson Sweet, Sugar Baby, Mountain Sweet Yellow

Herb Planting Choices

Herbs can be grown year-round, usually with planting occurring in the fall- but varies depending on the herb. Most of the herbs listed below do well in shaded areas, or areas without too much after-noon sunlight.

  • Anise Hyssop
  • Apple Mint
  • Basil (warmer season, not recommended for Fall)
  • Bee Balm
  • Berries & Cream Mint
  • Catnip
  • Citronella
  • Chives
  • Chocolate Mint
  • Curry Plant
  • Dill
  • Fennel
  • Lavender: various varieties
  • Lemon Balm
  • Lemon Grass
  • Lemon Verbena
  • Lime Mint
  • Onion Chives
  • Orange Mint
  • Oregano: various varieties
  • Peppermint
  • Pineapple Mint
  • Pineapple Sage
  • Rosemary: many varieties of upright & prostrating
  • Rue
  • Sage: various varieties
  • Stevia
  • Sweet Marjoram
  • Thyme: various varieties

Fruit, Nuts, Tree Choices

Depending on your soil, garden space, and sunlight…there are a few fruit trees and bushes that can thrive in this area. Since these are perennial plants and trees, they are planted and cut back at specific times of the year.

Please contact us for more information and availability of specific varieties… 210.843.5613 or!

We can come out & see what will work- and what won’t!