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Why Heirloom Vegetable Plants

Heirlooms are open-pollinated, non-hybridized varieties that have been around for at least 50 years. They have been handed down from one generation to the next. Because they have not been crossed or otherwise messed with, you can save the seeds and they will reproduce true to type, assuming you prevent any natural crosses. Help us save genetic diversity in our food supply and plant heirloom vegetables!

Heirloom Tomatoes.

Heirloom Peppers

Did you know there are thousands of varieties?

We test grow varieties in our gardens before selling them.  | What is your favorite?

More than a bell

Peppers come in all shapes, sizes, and levels of sweetness and heat. |The more unusual the pepper, the better it seems to grow!

Cool Season Vegetables

Warm Season Vegetables

Planting in October through February

Lettuce, arugula, spinach, chard, collards, kale, onions, radish, carrots, turnips, beets, broccoli, cabbage, kohlrabi, cilantro, dill, fennel... | Fast crops like lettuce and radish can be replanted monthly.

Planting late  Feb. through April (depending on crop) and September.

Tomatoes, peppers, melons, zucchinis, cucumbers, gherkins, beans, squash, okra, calaloo, roselle, basils, legumes, eggplant... | A little late afternoon shade is helpful.


Grow flavor and medicine in your garden! We have culinary and medicinal herbs which grow well in Florida gardens. They can be mixed in with vegetable plants, in containers, or right in your landscaping! 

Spring Plant Sale

Seed Packets

Generally held the last weekend in February or first of March

We are almost of out tomatoes!  | Heirloom peppers, eggplant, NZ spinach, lettuce, okra, and more available the last weekend in March

Assorted Varieties of Heiloom Vegetables and Herbs

We sell seed packets for many varieties of heirloom vegetables and herbs when it's the right time to be planting those varieties. Most packets range from $1.50 - $2.00

Fall Plant Sale.

Natural Gardening Products

Early September.


  • Dwarf Siberian kale

  • Fordhook Giant Swiss Chard

  • Rocky Top Lettuce Mix

  • Arugula

  • Waltham Broccoli

  • Early Jersey Wakefield and Henderson Charleston Wakefield Cabbage

  • Southern Curled Mustard Greens


Grow naturally, without chemicals!

Visit our Natural Gardening Products page for more information.

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