Autumn Garden Market 2019 • Vegetables

Type Cultivar Description Color DTM SMSF Zone
Beet 'Red Ace' Beet
red beet
Red Ace

Reliable and fast-maturing beet with strong, red-veined green tops. Both the roots and the leaves are an excellent source of antioxidants, minerals, and vitamin C. First-rate variety that grows quickly in light or loamy soils with consistent irrigation.

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Broccoli 'Marathon' Broccoli
classic broccoli
Marathon

A late variety that is highly tolerant to cold. Prefers a well-drained, fertile soil that is high in organic matter. Keep the soil irrigated throughout the growing season.

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head of classic broccoli surrounded by leaves Broccoli
classic broccoli
Di Ciccio

A standard-type broccoli with vigorous, staggered production. Harvest when heads are tight and dense before yellow flowers appear. Cut side shoots regularly to encourage production.

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Brussels sprouts 'Diablo' Brussels Sprouts
Brussels sprouts
Diablo

Diablo is a dependable, disease-resistant and productive variety. The uniform and densely packed sprouts mature evenly, so you can harvest the entire crop at the same time.

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Cabbage 'Deadon' Cabbage
savoy cabbage
Deadon

A beautiful winter savoy that was bred for tender, crisp texture and sweet flavor. The large heads are a stunning purple-red color; the inner leaves stay green and white. The purple-red color intensifies with colder weather.

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Cauliflower 'Snow Crown' Cauliflower
standard cauliflower
Snow Crown

A gardener favorite, All-America Selections (AAS) winner Snow Crown is one of the easiest cauliflowers to grow, due to its quick growth and strong vigor. Snow Crown's sweet and mild, fully domed heads maintain their prime eating quality for up to 10 days in the garden.

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Cauliflower 'Denali' Cauliflower
standard cauliflower
Denali

This variety is a good choice for fall and winter gardens. The heads are large and heavy with tight florets.

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Kale 'Black Magic' Greens
Lacinato kale
Black Magic

A Lacinato or "dinosaur" type kale, Black Magic has long, narrow leaves with deep puckers. Packed with nutrients, you can harvest leaves when young or fully mature.

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Large, multicolored leaves with a prominent, flat wide mid-rib grow in an upright rosette Greens
Swiss Chard
Bright Lights

Large leaves with a prominent, flat wide mid-rib grow in an upright rosette that is beautiful in a bed or container. Stems come in shades of gold, pink, orange, purple, red, and white.Grows best in full sun, but will tolerate partial shade and even appreciates it in spring in hot… more

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A picture of a small, leafy, chinese-type green vegetable Greens
Pak Choi
Mei Qing Choi

Flat, pale, misty-green stems form a thick, heavy base with broad, oval, rich green leaves. Good bolt, heat, and cold tolerance. Each has a uniform, erect, compact, tight vase-shape growing habit and weighs about 1/4 lb. each.

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Large, round, thick green vegetable leaves Greens
Collard greens
Flash

Very slow to bolt and offers repeated harvests of dark green, smooth leaves. Very high yielding. Harvest by clipping individual leaves. Collards are very hardy, and the eating quality will improve into the late fall

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Spinach - Kolibri - medium dark green leaves - semi-savoy Greens
Spinach
Kolibri

Semi-savoy (slightly crinkled), medium dark green leaves. Harvest full size before bolting or harvest early for baby spinach. Clip above root attachment and regrowth may provide season-long greens.

High resistance to downy mildew races 1-9, 12-15 and intermediate resistance to races 10,… more

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Leeks with leaves, white stems, roots Leek
Leek
King Richard

Early, tall, slender leek with sweet, mild flavor.

Transplant 8" tall seedlings into holes 6" deep.  During growing period, hill soil around plants 2-3 times, higher with each hoeing. This forces leaves higher up the plant resulting in extra-long blanched stalks.

For baby leeks,… more

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head of bright green lettuce with deep-red speckled leaves Lettuce
crisphead lettuce
Jester

Triple cross for crispy, juicy lettuce with semi-savoyed leaves, flashy color and unique shape. Slow bolting. Can be harvested leaf by leaf or as semi-tight, pink-hearted blanched head.

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Rows of bright green lettuce Lettuce
butterhead lettuce
Emerald Oak

A very tidy and compact jewel green oakleaf that matures into a dense buttery-hearted head. Use crisp, sweet-tasting leaves young through full-sized in salads.

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head of lettuce with red-edged, light-green leaves Lettuce
butterhead lettuce
Blushed Icy Oak

Attractive bright green, ruffled leaves with red edges and extra crunchy pink midribs. Crisp leaves, almost iceberg-ish in texture but with more flavor. Can be harvested leaf by leaf or as well-formed, dense heads.

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A bunch of Deep Purple scallions with green tops & purple bases, held in hand Onion
scallion
Deep Purple

Excellent for salads and cooking, retains color through cold and warm growing conditions.

For larger edible portion, transplant 8-18" tall, pencil-thick seedlings into holes 6" deep.  Alternatively, during growing period, hill soil around plants 2-3 times, higher with each hoeing. This… more

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Scallions with green tops and white bases Onion
scallion
Nabechan

Sweeter, more complex flavor than other bunching onions. Traditional Japanese variety.

For longer, thicker blanched portion, transplant 8-18" tall, pencil-thick seedlings into holes 6" deep.  Alternatively, during growing period, hill soil around plants 2-3 times, higher with each hoeing… more

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shallow-planted yellow onions with green stalks Onion
full-size onion
Candy

Mild, sweet onion that can be eaten raw or cooked. Slightly flattened bulbs that store well when cured properly.

Plant 6" apart in well-draining, fertile soil. Water regularly but keep tops dry.

When necks become soft and tops are falling over, pull and sun-cure 2-7 days,… more

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'Oregon Giant' snow pea Peas
snow peas
Oregon Giant

This sweet and crunchy, large-podded snow pea is a delicious snack. White-flowered vines produce a high yield. Highly resistant to pea enation mosaic virus and powdery mildew.

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A close up of green snap peas on their leafy vine Peas
snap peas
PLS 141

Large, attractive pods are crisp and flavorful. Can be grown with or without support. High yield and vigor. Organic.

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