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Tomato F1 'Champion II'

This tomato was introduced last year in 2007. It is more disease-resistant with a delicious flavor.

Harvest 62 to 65 days from sowing seed. Many disease tolerances.

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Back to Plant Gallery    |   New Introductions 2008

We have access to the newest and most exciting plant material available on the market today and we want to share it with you! Take a look at these new flowers and vegetables, and get some great new ideas for your yard or garden.



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New Flowers 2008

 

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Begonia F1 Nonstop Mocca Pink Shades
(Begonia tuberhybrida)

 X 
2008 New Variety

Brazilian Bachelor's Button 'Button Beauty'
(Centratherum intermedium)

X  
2008 New Variety

Carex 'Hedgehog Grass'
(Carex juncus sp.)

XX 
2008 New Variety

Hibiscus 'Garden Leader Gro Big Red'
(Hibiscus acetosella)

X  
2008 New Variety

Lavender 'French Perfume'
(Lavandula angustafolia)

X  
2008 New Variety

Maze 'Garden Leader Rainbow'
(Zea mays)

X  
2008 New Variety

Pansy F1 'Designer Collection Midnight Sun'
(Viola x wittrockiana)

X  
2008 New Variety

Pentas F1 'Starla Pink'
(Pentas lanceolata)

XX 
2008 New Variety

Russian Sage 'Taiga'
(Perovskia atriplicifolia)

X  
2008 New Variety

Snapdragon 'Florini Amalia Bright Red'
(Antirrhinum sp.)

XX 
2008 New Variety

Strawflower 'Mohave Autumn Bronze'
(Bracteantha bracteata)

X  
2008 AAS Flower Award Winner

Viola F1 'Skippy XL Plum-Gold'
(Viola cornuta)

X  

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New Vegetables 2008

 

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Bean 'Tanya'
(Phaseolus vulgaris)

X  
2008 New Variety

Beet 'Touchstone Gold'
(Beta vulgaris)

X  
2008 New Variety

Pea 'Snow Sweet'
(Pisum sativum)

X  
2008 New Variety

Pepper F1 'Big Bomb'
(Capsicum annuum)

X  
2008 New Variety

Pepper F1 'Chenzo'
(Capsicum frutescens)

X  
2008 New Variety

Pepper F1 'Cheyenne'
(Capsicum frutescens)

X  
2008 New Variety

Pumpkin 'Wyatt's Wonder'
(Cucurbita maxima)

X  
2008 New Variety

Squash, Summer F1 'Moonbeam'
(Cucurbita pepo)

X  
2008 New Variety

Squash, Summer F1 'Portofino'
(Cucurbita pepo)

X  
2008 New Variety

Squash, Winter F1 'Orange Magic'
(Cucurbita maxima)

X  
2008 New Variety

Tomato F1 'Country Taste'
(Lycopersicon lycopersicum)

X  
2008 New Variety

Tomato F1 'Royesta'
(Lycopersicon lycopersicum)

X  
2008 New Variety

Tomato F1 'Solid Gold'
(Lycopersicon lycopersicum)

X  

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Plant Dwarf Varities

If you love fruit tress like apples, peaches, pears and plums, but don't have the room, plant a dwarf variety.

Most grow from 3 feet to 8 feet. They product tons of fruit and are easier to harvest because they are low to the ground.


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