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A unique specialty cucumber.
Cute, 1″ long fruits look like miniature watermelons and taste like cucumbers with tangy citrus overtones.
Vines start growing slowly but can get up to 10′ long. Trellising recommended. Can be eaten fresh or pickled. NOTE: We recommend harvesting these cucumbers promptly as they tend to get seedy if allowed to grow longer than 1″.
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Dark green, spicy, great for salads or cooking greens. Grown year-round in the Tower Garden®.
Unique, spicy aroma with hints of coffee and chocolate.
Large, dark green leaves, great for pesto, grown spring through fall.
Sweet and tangy lemon basil.
Edible Flowers: Use the flowers in any recipe that calls for basil, or to garnish drinks, salads, soups, pasta, and desserts. Flavor is of intense basil and citrus.
Bush Beans, Seasonal$1.50
This is the spectacular flashback mix, an array of colors with bicolor petals. The undersides of the petals are a muted burgundy giving the flowers a unique, flashy appearance. An excellent mix of colors; high percentage of double and semidouble flowers on long, strong stems. Also known as pot marigold, common marigold, and Scotch marigold. Petals of the flowers can be used fresh or dried in “flower confetti,” for soups, soufflés, rice dishes, baked goods, and to garnish desserts. Calendula is a popular choice for brightening up salad mix. Flavor is tangy and slightly bitter. Remove the petals from the flower base before consuming, as the base can be quite bitter.
Not just for cats. Catnip can be used as an herbal beverage (tea), the essential oils can be used as a bug repellent, and it is used homeopathically. It is also an aphid repellent when it is growing. And your cats will love you for getting it. Flowers are very attractive to bees.
Sweet-smelling, daisy-like flowers. Tea made from flowers aids digestion and acts as a gentle sleep inducer.
Thin, flat leaves with delicate garlic flavor. Attractive white flowers in midsummer. Flowers make a great addition to bouquets and are edible. Pull the florets apart and sprinkle on salads, dips, sauces, soups, stir-fries, and pizza. Great as an addition to potato salad. Flavor is of mild garlic.
Thicker leaf for freezing, drying, and fresh use. Grown year-round in the Tower Garden.
Cousin to broccoli and kale. Large, dark-colored leaves, popular in many Southern recipes. Great for cool weather. Excellent source of vitamin C.
Cucumber, traditional, slicing, Seasonal$1.50
Slicing, Long, slender, dark green, grown spring, summer. You must have nighttime temperatures above 55°F in order to grow. Not suggested for indoor growing.
Diva Cucumber, Seasonal$2.00
Diva produces distinctly tender, crisp, sweet, bitter-free, and seedless cukes.
Kalebration Kale Mix$1.50
New! Gorgeous baby kale mix.
A brilliant blend of rich greens and reds that shows deep color contrast in all growing slots. Striking the right balance of colors and textures. Strong regrowth allows for cut-and-come-again harvesting.
Kale, Dinosaur Green$1.50
Also known as Dinosaur Kale. Green leaf, for salads, smoothies, light cooking. Grown year-round in the Tower Garden.
Kale, Red Russian$1.50
Smooth red leaves for baby leaf and bunching.
Deep purple-red kale, frilly leaves for garnishing and excellent for eating.
An herb in the mint family. Distinct lemon flavor. Use leaves for tea and salads.
Lettuce, Cherokee Red$1.50
Thick, crisp, dark red leaves with good flavor. Excellent tolerance to heat. Spring, summer and fall.
Lettuce, Green Deer Tongue$1.50
The almost triangular, loose, jade green leaves have a sharp but pleasant taste and good texture.
Match your salad with your wine! Deep purple, fizzy edge, crisp open head, savoyed leaf. Highest in antioxidents.