White Dutch Onion 'Snowball'
These snowy white onions are resistant to bolting and are very long keeping. Mild flavor perfect for fresh eating as well s cooking.Price is for one package of 75 onion sets.
Strawberry 'AC Wendy'
Large firm berries, this variety ripens in the early June season. The tasty berries also freeze well. Price is for a bundle of 25 roots.
Medium-sized berries that are tasty as well as being able to be frozen for later. Ripening in the late season they are productive and easy to grow. Very cold hardy. Price is for a bundle of 25 roots.
Asparagus Roots 'Martha Washington'
An heirloom variety of asparagus, it is very strong growing and flavorful as well as being suitable for freezing. Once established, each crown can produce up to 25 spears. Price is for a bundle of 25 roots.
Early Raspberries 'Prelude'
Gorgeous early season berries full of flavor that freezes well and is delicious in jams, desserts and fresh. The canes are vigorous and hardy and may give you a bonus second harvest in the fall. Price is for three canes
Horseradish Roots 'Big Top'
This variety of horseradish is large, vigorous and full of flavor. Horseradish can be harvested the second fall after planting, just leave some of the roots behind for future growth. Price is for a bundle of 4 roots.
Apple Tree 'Honeycrisp'
One of the most popular varieties of apple, the fruit has a crisp-sweet flavor. This particular strain of Honeycrisp has all of the wonder full qualities of the original Honeycrisp but this tree will produce fruit that has more of a red color. Honeycrisp is delecioius in your recipes but it is best known for its flavor when eaten fresh. Price is for a 4-5' whip transplant.
The Blueberry Trio gives you one each of a blueberry seedling that are ready to harvest in the early season, mid season and late mid season.
1 'Patriot' (early season) Lots of large, flavorful berries that are good for everything requiring blueberries! Baking, preserves, freezing, eating fresh. As a bonus the bush produces masses of spring flowers and orange leaves in the fall.
2. 'Blue Gold' (mid season) Highly productive with excellent fruit. These berries have many of the same qualities as Patriot but the berries themselves are smaller. Excellent for cooking and freezing and, of course, eating right off of the bush.
3. 'Nelson' (late mid season) A variety widely planted because of its dependable fruiting of a large, lighter blueberry that is very firm with good flavor. The plant grows very upright and needs little pruning because of its open spreading plant habit.
Price is for three 1-year-old seedlings that are about 12-15" tall. One each of Patriot, Blue Gold and Nelson