Zone Info: All plants listed below can be grown as garden
NB19 Cee Gwa Chinese Okra ( Luffa Gourd )
Very popular oriental vegetable. Best tasting, no peeling necessary, use young. 6 in./15
cm or longer. Soak seeds for 24 hours before sowing indoors Mar. 15th. Immature flesh is
very tender and sweet. Mature fruits can be used as sponges. One plant will produce a lot of fruits.
D9818 Vietnamese Hot Pepper
A very hot pepper used in Vietnamese cooking that can be grown
inside or outside. A very productive plant that will load
itself down with 1-1½" thin red, fiery hot peppers.
D9819 Baby Finger Carrots
Excellent sweet carrot for fresh eating or cooking. Produces
uniform, slender carrots that are harvested young for "baby"
1A003 Giant Snow Peas
A very sweet Snow Pea for stir-frying that produces giant
4½ x 1" flat pods.
NB21 Giant Japanese Red Mustard
Brassica juncea. 45 days. Large, tender Purple/Red Japanese mustard leaves are thick, savoy type and pungent with white mid-rib. Leaves turn purple at low temps and plants are tolerant to cool fall weather. Sow early spring or late summer.
NB22 Komatsuna Japanese Mustard Spinach
Brassica rapa var. perviridis 35 days. All season Japanese Green. Easy to grow. Mild, tender greens for salads, stir-fry. Uniform upright plants with slender, tasty, cylindrical green stems and dark green, round leaves. Disease tolerant.
3441 Hon-Tsai Tai Chinese Vegetable
This vegetable has deep purple leaf and flower stalks and dark green leaves. The plant grows vigorously and produces lots of flower buds for vegetable use. Young stalks and flowers are very tender, excellent for stir-fry. This vegetable is tolerant at low temperature and the purple color intensifies as the temperature decreases.
NB26 Tsoi Sim Chinese Vegetable
Brassica juncea var. multisecta
40 days. Chinese green. Harvest young stalks with a few flower buds like Italian rapine or rappa. Sow in early summer. Use in soups or for stir-fry, salads, etc. Excellent flavor, very tender. Similar in culture and use as Hon Tsai Tai.
TRN366 Joi Choi Hybrid Mustard Cabbage
Brassica rapa var. chinensis
(F1 Hybrid) 45 days. Hybrid version of Lei Choi. Fine, spoon shaped stalks, ivory white stems, dark green leaves. Some cold tolerance.
NW12 Green Seoul Chinese Cabbage
A Korean version of the popular loose leafed cabbage used in
Chinese cooking. This Cabbage is good for stir frys and Kimchee
pickling. A fast grower that can be container grown.
NW14 Chinese Mizuna
An essential salad mix ingredient. Unique mustard green of Japanese origin. Mizuna produces dozens of pencil thin white stalks with deeply cut, fringed leaves. Mild flavor. Continues to produce for several weeks from one planting as a cut and come again product.
A vigorous leafy vegetable used in stir frys, pickling and salads. Can be grown year round. The more you cut and harvest off this juicy, well flavored vegetable the more it produces.
G026 Baby Eggplant
A new mini vegetable. Plants are compact and bear loads of
miniature fruit that can be deep fried whole. One of the new
rages in miniature veggies. Perfect for container raising.
Fruits are very tasty.
NB18 Hardy White Bunching
70 days. An improved strain of Japanese Bunching (He shi ko). A hardy, non bulbing type, long, slim pure white stems. For summer crops or wintering over the following spring.
This evergreen variety of bunching onion is the one most often used in stir frys. The plants produce perennially and are winter hardy. You should start seeds 4-8 weeks inside before transplanting in garden.
1A085 Sweet Baby Corn
Remarkably sweet, small kerneled ears. Timing is critical when picking baby corn, pick just before or just as
silking begins to emerg to encourage production of new ears. If not picked when young, ears will grow to full
size, delicous sweet corn.
New! Jim's Plant Growth Stimulator for Vegetables.
Jim has developed this product through years of testing on his
farms. This natural, environmentally safe solution will produce
amazing results, producing vigorous plants and larger yields of
vegetables. We highly recommend you do you own trial test (
i.e. spray one plant with solution, next to a plant not sprayed
with solution over the length of a growing season ) to fully
appreciate how effective this product is.
This is a two part water soluble product that should be mixed
14.75cc of each part ( we provide measuring spoon with solution } to one gallon of water and sprayed onto the foliage of the
plants. It contains Food Grade
( produced by nature ) Gibberellic Acid
( a natural plant growth
hormone ), B1 and other plant
vitamins, plant hormones
, ( made from natural sources )
(B), Copper (Cu), Iron (Fe), Manganese (Mn), Molybdenum (Mo),
Sulfur (S) and Zinc (Zn) plus a natural detergent based
"sticker" that makes the product stick to the leaves until
absorbed by the plant.
This mix will make 16 gallons of solution.