We make growing vegetables and melons easy for you by offering a greenhouse full of vegetables ready to go into the garden. From broccoli to watermelon our selection is unbeatable!  You will find vegetables here not grown anywhere else, like Trinidad Scorpion peppers or specialty heirloom tomatoes like Mr. Stripey.

Spring Availability

The demand for ridiculously hot peppers has increased from season to season and we are happy to announce some new additions to line-up. Please see our full listing  of vegetables for even more hot pepper varieties available.

  • Bhut Jolokia Red Ghost Pepper
  • Bhut Jolokia Yellow Ghost Pepper
  • 7 pod Brown
  • 7 pod Brain Strain Red
  • Carolina Reaper
  • Trinidad Scorpion Butch Taylor Red

Here is a list of vegetables we are growing for this spring/summer. Please note that availability is subject to change, while quantities last. 



Broccoli  Cornado crown
Brussel Sprout Jade Cross
Cabbage Golden Acre
Cabbage Ruby Perfection
Carrots Bolero
Cauliflower Snow Crown
Celery Utah 52-70
Celery Golden Plume
Celery Amsterdam
Collards Top Bunch
Coriander Cilantro
Cucumber Burpless Supreme
Cucumber Marketmore
Cucumber English
Cucumber (pickling) Tasty Green
Cucumber Sweet Success
Eggplant Epic
Eggplant Classic
Eggplant Japanese
Endive Full Heart Batavian
English Lavender
Kale Blue Vates Curled
Kohlrabi Winner
Leek Arkansas
Lettuce Spinach
Lettuce-Butterhead Esmarelda
Lettuce-Head Great Lakes
Lettuce-Leaf Mesclun Mix
Lettuce-Leaf Green Towers
Lettuce-Leaf Red Sails (leaf)
Lettuce-Leaf Simpson Elite
Muskmellon-Cantalope Burpee Hybrid
Muskmellon-Honeydew Early Dew(green)
Onion Candy
Onion Bunching
Onion (spanish red) Red Zeppelin
Onion (spanish white Solstice
Onion (spanish yellow) Riverside Sweet
Pepper (extra hot) Caribbean Red
Pepper (extra hot) Big Bomb
Pepper (extra hot) Bhut Jolakia-Ghost
Pepper (extra hot) Habenero
Pepper (extra hot) Inferno
Pepper (hot) Chile Grande
Pepper (hot) Crimson Hot
Pepper (hot) Hungarian Yellow Waxed
Pepper (hot) Jalepeno
Pepper (hot) Long Red Cayenne
Pepper (stuffer) Red Start
Pepper (stuffer) Super Stuff 
Pepper (sweet ) Cubanelle
Pepper (sweet bell) Blue Jay
Pepper (sweet bell) California Wonder
Pepper (sweet bell) Chocolate Bell
Pepper (sweet bell) Orange Grande
Pepper (sweet bell) Revolution Enterprise
Pepper (sweet bell) Golden California Wonder
Pepper (sweet) Red Pimento
Pepper (sweet) Super Shepherd
Pepper (sweet) Super Sweet Cherry
Pepper (sweet) Sweet Hungarian Banana
Pumpkin Big Max
Radish Country Royal
Squash (early) Butternut
Squash-Zuchinni Goldrush
Squash-Zuchinni Ballsbush 
Squash Spaghetti
Squash Table Ace
Strawberry Everbearing
Swiss Chard Discovery
Tomato (heirloom) Brandywine 
Tomato (heirloom) Oxheart
Tomato (heirloom) Cherokee Purple
Tomato (heirloom) Mr. Stripey
Tomato (heirloom) Pineapple
Tomato Parks Whopper
Tomato Red Grape
Tomato San Marzano
Tomato Sugary
Tomato Sun Sugar
Tomato Sweet Million
Tomato Yellow Pear
Tomato(bush) Early Girl
Tomato (bush) Glamour
Tomato (low acid) Cherry pink
Tomato (pole/stake) Golden Milano
Tomato (pole/stake) Beefsteak
Tomato (pole/stake) Better Boy
Tomato (pole/stake) Big Beef
Tomato (pole/stake) Burpee Big Boy
Tomato (pole/stake) Jet Setter 
Tomato (pole/stake) Lemon Boy
Tomato (pole/stake) Ultra Boy
Tomato (pole/stake) Ultra Sweet
Watermelon Sweet Favorite


Grower’s Tip:

If you don’t have enough space in your garden for vegetables you should try growing them in containers. Many vegetables do great in pots as long as you have a sunny location. Try ‘Balls’ Bush Zucchini , ‘Blue Jay’ Pepper, and any tomato. My personal favorite tomatoes are Cherry Pink, Sweet Million, and Cherokee Purple. Herbs and lettuce also do amazing in containers. Last year instead of flowering porch pots for my front patio I grew vegetables and herbs!

We also have an amazing selection of herbs. Click here for our listing.