KCCG Warm Season Plants
Summer Plants Available April 27th (Green Card) - April 28th (All Cards)
Specialty plants are sold individually and the limit is 2 per variety.
58 days. Attractive, slender 8-10”, glossy black fruits in long Oriental style. Ready up to 2 weeks before other early varieties. Tender, delicately flavored and quick cooking. (hybrid)
70 days. Heirloom Asian eggplant, prolific and early-producing. Glossy purple fruits are slender, 12-18” long and 1-2” wide. Potential yield of 20 fruits per plant, vigorous, disease and stress tolerant.
70 days. Big blocky bell peppers, 4” long and nearly as wide, smooth and consistently well-shaped. Plants are tolerant to most pepper virus diseases and 3 races of bacterial spot. Extra sweet when fully yellow. (hybrid)
68 days: Very popular, mildly hot, meaty, large peppers. Plants grow 30” tall and yield an abundance of 7-8” long chiles with a shiny green color or ripening to a mellow red color. An easy pepper to grow. (open pollinated)
80 days: Mildly pungent 'Ancho 101' plays a fundamental role in Mexican cuisine, appearing in traditional dishes such as rellenos, tamales, and red chili sauce. It's referred to as Poblano in its fresh form and Ancho when dried. Dried peppers can be ground to produce chili powder. Plants produce lots of 4–6″ tapered, juicy fruits that ripen from green to red.
(mini bell) - 75 days to red ripe. This early sweet miniature bell pepper is the perfect size for snacking and for “lunchbox peppers.” Fruits are blocky to slightly pointed averaging 2” by 1.75”. (hybrid) Note: this is a tiny bell pepper.
60 days green, 80 days red - Popular Japanese variety used in traditional and gourmet recipes. The flavorful 3” oblong fruits are traditionally used green but ripen to a very sweet red pepper. (open pollinated)
80 days. (VFNASt) One of the most popular hybrid beefsteak types, with improved disease resistance. Solid, meaty, bright red tomatoes weigh up to 2 lbs. Better yields larger fruits and good tolerance to cracking and splitting. (indeterminate) (hybrid)
77 days. (VFNT) A good quality, very productive variety that performs well under a wide variety of conditions. Fruit average 3” in diameter and are fairly round. Fruit sets at all the same time. An excellent home garden variety. (determinate) (hybrid)
75 days – (VF) This red slicer has the best disease resistance of any tomato around. In addition to being VF resistant, it is resistant to early blight, late blight and Septoria leaf spot. It has classic tomato flavor and bears fruits over a long period (for a determinate variety). Fruits average 5-6 oz. and are bright red and resist cracking. (determinate) (hybrid)
72 days. (VFN) The first lemon yellow (not golden) tomato. Extremely vigorous plants produce large harvests of attractive fruit that weigh 8 oz. or more. Flavor is outstanding, mild and sweet, yet tangy. (indeterminate) (hybrid)
85 days – (VF) This improved version of the famous San Marzano paste tomato incorporates disease resistance with the classic San Marzano flavor. Tall plants produce 5-6 oz. fruits that are excellent for sauce or fresh use. (indeterminate)
72 days. Believed to be over 100 years old and originally from the Cherokee people. Juicy tomatoes with a very full flavor and plenty of tang. Medium-large, flattened globe fruits with a distinctly different color, dusky pink with darker pink/purple shoulders. (indeterminate) (open pollinated)
70 days. Small tomato-type fruit covered with a papery husk. Pick when the fruits fall to the ground. The flavor is intensely sweet with pineapple tones. Great in pies, sauces, and wonderful fresh.
Beautiful purple tomato like fruits are enclosed in a husk. Much sweeter than green tomatillos and rich in healthy antioxidants. Let the fruit hang on the plant as long as possible for the husk to split open and for maximum flavor and color. Plant two or more plants for better pollination.