- Citrus Trees
- HOLIDAY GIFTS
- SOLD OUT - Vegetable and Herb Plants - Mix & Match any 6 Plants for $50 - Only Shipped in Quantities of 6
- Elephant Ear Plants & Roots
- 4-Inch Pot Herb Plants
- Rare Plants
- Vining Plants
- Asian Seeds
- Beneficial Bugs
- Citrus Fertilizers
- Cold-Treated Bulbs - SOLD OUT
- Cold-Treated Allium
- Cold-Treated Chionodoxa
- Cold-Treated Crocus
- Cold-Treated Hyacinthoides
- Cold-Treated Hyacinthus Orientalis
- Cold-Treated Narcissus
- Cold-Treated Cyclamineus Narcissus
- Cold-Treated Double Heirloom Narcissus
- Cold-Treated Jonquilla Narcissus
- Cold-Treated Large Cupped Narcissus
- Cold-Treated Poeticus Narcissus
- Cold-Treated Small Cupped Narcissus
- Cold-Treated Species Miniature Narcissus
- Cold-Treated Split Cupped Narcissus
- Cold-Treated Tazetta Narcissus
- Cold-Treated Triandus Narcissus
- Cold-Treated Trumpet Daffodils
- Cold-Treated Ornithogalum
- Cold-Treated Rock Garden Iris
- Cold-Treated Scilla
- Cold-Treated Tulips
- Cold-Treated Emperor Tulips
- Cold-Treated Fringed Tulips
- Cold-Treated Green or Viridiflora Tulips
- Cold-Treated Lily Flowering Tulips
- Cold-Treated Parrot Tulips
- Cold-Treated Peony Flowering Tulips
- Cold-Treated Single Early Tulips
- Cold-Treated Single Late Tulips
- Cold-Treated Species Tulips
- Cold-Treated Triumph Tulips
- Flower Bulbs, Corms and Tubers
- Bulbs for Spring Planting
- Pineapple Lilies
- Calla Lilies
- Bulbs for Fall Planting
- Hyacinthus Orientalis
- Rock Garden Iris
- Fall Blooming Bulbs
- Bulbs for Spring Planting
- Garden Tools & Equipment
- Gift Certificates
- HHH Exclusive Wildflower Mixtures
- Wildflower Mixtures
- Heirloom Garlic
- Roots & Sets
- Brussel Sprouts
- Swiss Chard
- No products to compare
Showing 141–160 of 175 Result
$5.50SLICING TOMATO – German Red Strawberry A German heirloom from the Oxheart family of tomatoes. Fruit is unusual in that it is fragrant and very large for an oxheart tomato. 1-2 lb. fruit is brilliant red, with a strawberry shape and ...
$5.50SLICING TOMATO – Great White “This white is the greatest”, Amy Goldman from her book, The Heirloom Tomato. Introduced in 1991 by Glecklers Seedsmen from seed acquired 8 years before from a customer. Large 1-2 lb. creamy white fruit has sweet, ...
$5.50SLICING TOMATO, Japanese Black Trifele - Great Container Plant Neither Japanese, nor black, this tomato is a Russian heirloom that cannot decide what it wants to be when it grows up. The fruit is supposed to be pear-shaped with green shoulders that ...
$5.50SLICING TOMATO – Kellogg’s Breakfast One of the best, if not the best, yellow-orange beefsteak-type tomatoes. Fruit is sweet and savory – delicious. For a large tomato, plants are quite prolific. Sow indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outside. Plant seed ½ in. ...
$5.50SLICING TOMATO – Marglobe Developed by the USDA using traditional breeding techniques and introduced in 1925, this is the quintessential canning tomato. 6-8 oz. bright red fruit is meaty, acidic. Sow indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outside. Plant seed ½ in. deep. ...
$5.50SLICING TOMATO – Mortgage Lifter Developed in the 1930s by M. C. Byles of Logan, WVA, this is undoubtedly the most famous heirloom tomato of all time. This pinkish-red, beefsteak-type tomato produces 2- 3 lb. fruit with deeper red flesh that ...
$5.50SLICING TOMATO – Mr. Stripey An English heirloom developed for greenhouse growing in the cool, wet climate of the UK, this delicious tomato is generally red with gold stripes emanating in a starburst pattern from the blossom end. Fruits are 1-2 ...
$5.50SLICING TOMATO – Paul Robeson A Russian Heirloom named to honor the great African American singer, actor, football player and civil rights activist. Large 1-2 lb. blackish-red fruits with rich savory flavor. Sow indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outside. Plant seed ½ ...
$5.50SLICING TOMATO – Pineapple One of the great orange bi-color, beefsteak-type tomatoes grown for decades in American gardens. The 2+ lb. fruit is golden orange with a red Rorschach inkblot design that starts at the blossom end and carries through the ...
$5.50SLICING TOMATO – Purple Calabash A Texas heirloom developed by the Texas USDA using traditional breeding techniques in the late 1970s. The deeply ribbed, purplish black, 8-12 oz. fruit has good, savory flavor. Sow indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outside. Plant seed ...
$5.50SLICING TOMATO, Red Siberian - Good Cold Weather Variety A Russian heirloom introduced to America in the 1980s. This is an exceptional cold weather tomato setting fruit when the temps dip below 70 degrees. The small, 2 oz., red fruit have red ...
$5.50SLICING TOMATO – Rutgers Originated in 1928 after a traditional breeding program produced what many believe is the ultimate Campbell’s soup tomato. The 8+ oz., fire engine red, perfectly round fruit grow in clusters of 2-4. Flesh is richly savory with ...
$5.50SLICING TOMATO, Silvery Fir Tree - Great Container Plant A unique Russian heirloom introduced into the US by the Seed Savers Exchange in 1995. The plant is a natural dwarf growing to a height of no more than 36 in. Leaves are ...
$5.50SLICING TOMATO, Stupice - Good Cold Weather Variety Perhaps the best of the cold weather tomatoes, Stupice sets fruit when it is below 70 degrees. The 2-4 oz. fruit is blood red with blood red flesh and grows in clusters of 2-4. ...
$4.00SPINACH, Bloomsdale Long Standing – Spinacea oleracea FULL SUN Native to central and southwest Asia, the plant was first cultivated in what is now Iran. Today it is still the most popular spinach cultivated. It is incredibly winter hardy and, if protected ...
$4.00SPINACH, Giant Nobel – Spinacea oleracea FULL SUN Native to central and southwest Asia, the plant was first cultivated in what is now Iran. Giant Nobel produces very large, spreading plants. Huge leaves are smooth, green, fleshy with rounded tips. Leaves have ...
$4.00SPINACH, New Zealand – Tetragonia expansa FULL SUN Native to New Zealand, this spinach substitute was brought to America in 1772. Unlike true spinach, New Zealand spinach can tolerate summer well. The plant produces a mound of leaves. The small, medium green, ...
$4.00SUMMER SQUASH, Cocozella – Cucurbito pepo FULL SUN Introduced into the US in 1934, this zucchini has been grown throughout Italy since the 1880s. The 5-8 oz., striped green fruit is borne on small, bushy, very productive plants. Fruits are tender and ...
$4.00SUMMER SQUASH, Early Yellow Crookneck – Cucurbito pepo FULL SUN A truly North American squash, the Crooknecks were cultivated by indigenous peoples for centuries. This Crookneck was introduced in the 1700s. The small, open bushes are very prolific. The 4-8 oz. golden ...
$4.50SWEET PEPPER, Big Red – Capsicum annuum FULL SUN Native to the Americas, specifically Central America, hot peppers have been cultivated for thousands of years. They were an extremely important food and economic crop and were even used as a currency for ...
Showing 141–160 of 175 Result