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VEGETABLES

There’s nothing quite as good as eating home grown veggies from the garden. While growing garden vegetables may seem daunting at first, learning how to grow vegetables yourself shouldn’t be intimidating. Most vegetable plants are easy to grow, and there are numerous types of vegetables that can be grown to satisfy even the pickiest of eaters.

The rich taste of a sun-warmed, vine-ripened tomato or the crisp snap of a just-picked peppers are just two of the many joys awaiting the home vegetable gardener.

We offer the finest plants and best in variety.

CUCUMBER

Cucumbers are easy to grow, and just one plant will produce armloads of the crunchy, refreshing fruits. Use them to make cooling salads all through the hot summer. Add homegrown cucumbers to mixed leafy salads or mixed chopped vegetable salads. And try your hand at pickles .. the canned type that Grandma used to make.
Varieties: Burpless, Pickling, Tasty Green
Container size: 4″ pot

EGGPLANT

Eggplant is not only a wonderfully international food, it’s also versatile. Add it to soups and pasta dishes or use it as the basis for hearty meatless casseroles and other entrees. Vegetarians value its rich, deep flavor as an excellent substitute for meat.
Varieties: Bianca, Black Beauty, Ichiban, Little Finger
Container size: 4″ pot

PEPPER

Bell peppers are being hailed as a superfood, low in calories, high in flavor, and Vitamins A, C, and other nutrients. They are delicious in salads, stir-fries, soups, stews, and roasted or grilled. Avoid planting them too early in the growing season, and protect plants from cold temperatures.
Varieties: Bell (Green, Yellow, Red), Jalapeno, Sweet Aruba, Sweet Banana
Container size: 4″ pot

TOMATO

What could taste better than a perfect red garden tomato still warm from the sun? Tomatoes are the most popular homegrown vegetable for good reason. Grow lots because not only will you eat them, but they can save you big on your grocery bill, especially if you freeze them whole or make spaghetti sauce.
Varieties: Better Boy, Brandywine pink, Early Girl, Golden Boy, Grap, Roma Plum, Supersweet 100
Container size: 4″ pot

ZUCCHINI

Zucchini is the most well-known summer squash, but are other types worth growing, such as crookneck squash. Useful, all-purpose vegetables, summer squash of all sorts are delightful sliced or chopped into salads of all kinds, including pasta salads. It adds a texture and crunch all its own.
Varieties: Green
Container size: 4″ pot

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Bohemia, NY 11716
(631) 567 – 0292

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