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Photo unavailable TARRAGON, FRENCH (ARTEMISIA dracunculus var. sativa)
Organic Tarragon

Organic Perennial Herb: Deciduous. Drought tolerant. Deer resistant. Excellent culinary use to flavor in vinegars, dressings, herb spreads & fish dishes-Strong flavor. Good border and container plant. Spreads by rhizomes. Goes dormant in winter. Size: 2-3' x 2'. Bloom color: greenish white. Exposure: sun. Water: moderate/dry. USDA Z3.

Photo unavailable THYME English
Organic Thyme

Perennial Herb: Evergreen. Drought & coast resistant. Deer resistant. Somewhat gopher resistant. Makes a beautiful border along herb & flower beds growing to about 6-12”. Very versatile culinary staple, can successfully flavor any meat & vegetable dish. Winter hardy, does well in cool regions. Attract butterflies. Blm time: summer-fall. Blms: white to lavender-pk. Exp.: sun. Water: mod/dry. USDA Z4. (Maturity: 90 days)

Photo unavailable THYME Lemon (THYMUS x citriodorus (Lemon))
Organic Lemon Scented Thyme

Perennial Herb: Drought and coast tolerant. Deer resistant. Somewhat gopher resistant. Upright green foliage with a strong lemon scent. Culinary use fresh or dried. Good border, rock garden and container plant. Attracts butterflies. Bloom time: summer. Bloom color: pale pink. Size: 10-12" x 24". Exposure: sun. Water: moderate/dry. USDA Z5-9.

Photo unavailable THYMUS vulgaris 'English Wedgewood'
Variegated English Thyme

Perennial Herb: Evergreen. Drought & coast tolerant. Deer resistant. Beautiful selection w/small yellow splotch in the center of the leaf & deep green edges. A bit sweeter & milder flavored than English thyme. Less sprawling & more bush-like growth. Culinary uses fresh or dried. Attracts butterflies. Blooms: summer-fall. Bloom color: light lavender. Size: 6-12" x 12". Exposure: sun. Water: moderate/dry. USDA Z4.

Photo unavailable TOMATILLO 'De Milpa'
Organic Heirloom Tomatillo

Heirloom-Mexican heirloom. Produces fruits that are delicious raw or stewed and are the key ingredient of salsa verde. Small to medium round fruits are about 5/8” in diameter and store fresh for many weeks. Harvest when the fruit is plump and papery husk splits. Tomatillos ripen fruit early and are adapted North and South. Plant in sun and grow as you would a tomato plant. (Maturity: 70 days) (Physalis ixocarpa ‘De Milpa’)

Photo unavailable TOMATILLO 'Toma Verde'
Organic Tomatillo

Early, green variety. Tart when young & fruit becomes sweeter as it ripens. Medium to large size fruits, ready to harvest when husks split & fruit color changes yellow-green to medium green. The fruits are about the size of a small tomato. Perfect for Salsa Verde or a special addition to any Mexican dish. Plant in sun & grow as you would a tomato plant. Semi-determinate. (Maturity: 60 days) (Physalis ixocarpa ‘Toma Verde’)

Photo unavailable TOMATO 'Brandywine'
Organic Heirloom Tomato (aka "Red Brandywine')

Heirloom-One of the best-tasting tomatoes! Luscious flavor, been described as “very rich, loud & spicy.” Large fruits, often over 1 lb., have a deep pink skin & smooth red flesh. The medium-tall, potato-leaf plant is best staked or caged. Very productive. Indeterminate (tall growing, so provide some support). Plant in full sun. (Maturity: 78 days) (Solanum lycopersicum ‘Brandywine’)

Photo unavailable TOMATO 'Cherokee Purple'
Organic Heirloom Tomato

Heirloom-Brownish-prpl skin w/green shoulders & red flesh. It is the most popular of the black tomatoes for its outstanding sweet flavor & texture. The large, beefsteak gets 12-16 oz. It is widely grown by gardeners & market growers alike. Believed to trace back over 100 yrs to the Cherokee Indians. Indeterminate(tall growing, provide some support). Plant in full sun.(Maturity: 72 days)(Solanum lycopersicum ‘Cherokee Purple’)

Photo unavailable TOMATO 'Gold Nugget'
Organic Tomato

An early prolific cherry tomato. One inch golden yellow fruits are juicy with mild, non-acidic flavor. The skin is thinner than similar varieties yet more resistant to cracking. Great to eat rght off the vine or add a little pop to a salad. The plants are determinate and seem resistant to many dieases. (Maturity: 55-60 days) (Solanum lycopersicum 'Gold Nugget')

Photo unavailable TOMATO 'Green Zebra'
Organic Tomato

Bred by Thomas Wagner of Tater Mater Seeds and introduced in 1983. Succulent, sweet & zingy flavor. Medium-sized, 4-5 oz fruits start out pale grn w/dk green stripes that soften & turn yellow when ripe. Perfect exteriors, fruits hold up under adverse conditions & rarely crack. Very productive. Indeterminate (tall growing, so provide some support). Plant in full sun. (Maturity: 75-80 days) (Solanum lycopersicum ‘Green Zebra’)

Photo unavailable TOMATO 'Japanese Black Trifele'
Organic Heirloom Tomato

Heirloom-One of the best Russian black tomatoes. Provides unusual pear shaped fruit that look like a mahogany-colored Bartlett pear w/greenish shoulders! This short potato leaf plant yields prolific quantities of 4-6 ounce fruit. Good sliced in salad/cooked in a sauce-great flavor. One of the blackest on the market & resistant to cracking. Indeterminate(tall growing, provide some support). Plant in sun. (Maturity: 70-80 days).

TOMATO 'Jaune Flamme', Oraganic Heirloom Tomato TOMATO 'Jaune Flamme'
Oraganic Heirloom Tomato

This French heirloom variety is a fabulous fresh-eating tomato with an intense sweet, fruity flavor. The rich orange fruits are held in small clusters, each fruit the size of a golf ball or slightly larger. Excellent for salads but also great in sauces or for drying. The plants are indeterminate, early producers and seem resistant to many dieases. (Maturity: 75 days) (Solanum lycopersicum 'Juane Flamme')

Photo unavailable TOMATO 'New Girl'
Organic Tomato

An early variety well worth trying for your first tomatoes of the season. Medium to small, average 4-6 oz. red fruits with thick skin and rich, full sweet/tart flavor. Perfect for sandwiches and salads, slight musky aftertaste. Holds their ripeness and flavor on the vine well. Widely adpative and good disease resistance. Full sun. 62 days. Indeterminate.

TOMATO 'Pink Berkeley Tie Dye', Organic Heirloom Tomato TOMATO 'Pink Berkeley Tie Dye'
Organic Heirloom Tomato

This totally tublar tomato from the wine country of northern California has a psychedelic look with rosy tinged skin and green stripes. The big, succulent fruit can reach 8-12 ounces with a sweet earthy flavor. Great when plucked right off the vine or an awesome look in salads. (Maturity 65-75 days) (Solanum lycopersicum 'Pink Berkeley Tie Dye')

Photo unavailable TOMATO, CHERRY 'Sweetie'
Organic Tomato

Bursting w/sugary flavor, ‘Sweetie' produces scarlet, cherry-sized fruits in long clusters right up to frost. Bears 100 or more tomatoes w/a mouth-watering flavor. You’ll definitely want to stake or cage these vigorous climbers to keep the fruit off the ground & avoid pests & diseases. Indeterminate (grows tall, so provide some support). Vigorous and hardy. Plant in sun. (Maturity: 65 days) (Solanum lycopersicum ‘Sweetie').

Photo unavailable TOMATO, CHERRY 'Yellow Pear'
Organic Heirloom Cherry Tomato

Heirloom-A pre-1800 variety. Produces 1/4 oz. fruits of bt. yellow pear-shaped tomatoes! These have an excellent mild/sweet flavor & low acid content. Use in salads, eat right in the garden, pickle or make a yellow sauce with it, also preserves well. Thick - skinned & crack resistant. A very heavy producer. Fairly cold tolerant. Full sun. Indeterminate. (Maturity: 75-85 days) (Solanum lycopersicum ‘Yellow Pear’)

Photo unavailable TOMATO, ROMA 'San Marzano'
Organic Heirloom Roma Tomato

Heirloom-Classic Italian variety, excellent, all around tomato for paste, puree or canning. Prized for firm pulp, low seed count, skin that is easily removed, & producing a rich tomato flavor when cooked down. Med. sized plum-shaped, avg. 4 oz. & 2-3” in size. Many chefs consider this the best sauce tomato.. Plant in sun. Indeterminate (grows tall, so provide some support). (Maturity: 80 days)(Solanum lycopersicum ‘San Marzano’)

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