2021

RSF Veggie List

Vegetables are available mid April through mid June, with warm crops (cucumbers etc.) available in May.  Please note, some varieties may be out of stock at any given time.  Tomatoes and peppers have a dedicated list.

Beans Blue Lake Bush 50-65 days. This string less variety offers tasty, tender beans that are 5.5-6.5 inches. Plant in full sun. Water freely in dry weather.
Broccoli 40-70 days. Produces flavorful dark green heads on solid stems. Fruit size 6-9 inches. Harvest while the buds are tightly closed. Full sun.
Brussel Sprouts 85-90 days. Produces mild tasting, “miniature cabbages” in autumn. Harvest sprouts when firm, or for a sweeter taste, wait until after the first frost. Space 18″ x 30″. Full sun
Cabbage Early/Golden Acre 64 days. Fruit size 4-5 lb. Yellow resistant. Prefers fertile, well-drained soil and cooler temperatures. Full sun.
Cabbage Early/Stonehead 60-70 days. Fruit size 3.5 lb. Produces solid, good sized heads of tasty cabbage. Disease resistant. Plant in rich soil and water regularly. Harvest when heads are firm. Full sun.
Cabbage Late/Flat Dutch 100-110 days. Fruit size 10-12 lb. Drought tolerant variety produces firm, flattened heads. Prefers fertile, well drained soil and cooler temperatures. Full sun.
Cabbage Red 76 days. Fruit size 4 lb. Produces firm, round heads of flavorful purple-red leaves. Prefers fertile, well-drained soil and cooler temperatures. Full sun.
Cantaloupe 85 days. Fruit size 4.5 lb. High yields of heavily netted, ribbed melons with firm, aromatic flesh. Space 1 ft x 4-6 ft. Keep well-watered. Full sun.
Cauliflower 40 days. Fruit size 2 lb. Tender and delicious pure white heads. Plant in organic-rich, well-drained soil. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun.
Celery 90-120 days. Produces lots of slender stalks with a delicious, crisp flavor. 18-24″ tall. Best in slightly acidic, organic rich soil. Do not allow soil to dry out. Full sun.
Collards Georgia 55-90 days. Leafy greens are an old favorite of the South. Grows 18-24″. Prefers fertile, well-drained soil and cooler temperatures. Full sun.
Corn Bicolor 75-100 days. 8-12″ ears. High quality cobs are packed with kernels of juicy, deliciously sweet corn. Best in fertile, well-drained soil. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun.
Cucumber Burpless 70 days. Fruit size 10″. Compact vine produces high yields. Plant in rich soil and water regularly. Pick fruit often for the highest yield. Full sun.
Cucumber Lemon 65 days. Fruit size 3-4″. These sweet-tasting cukes are about the size and color of a large lemon. Space 2-3 plants in hills 4-5 ft apart. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun.
Cucumber Marketmore 70 days. Fruit size 8″ x 2.5″. Slicing variety is productive in both warm and cool temperatures. Plant in rich soil and water regularly. Pick fruit often for the highest yield. Full sun.
Cucumber Pickling 48 days. Fruit size 4″. Bushy, compact plant produces straight, cylindrical fruit. Best in organic-rich, well-drained soil. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun.
Eggplant Classic/Black Beauty 80 days. Fruit size 8″. Broad, deep purple fruit. Best in fertile, well-drained soil kept evenly moist. Full sun.
Eggplant Ichiban 50-60 days. Fruit size 2.25″ x 8″. Attractive, shiny purple-black skin. Best in fertile, well-drained soil kept evenly moist. Full sun.
Eggplant Little Fingers 65-68 days. Fruit size 3-6″. Clusters of long, slim, purple-skinned fruit with a mild, sweet flavor. Best in fertile, well drained soil kept evenly moist. Full sun.
Kale Green 35-70 days. Hardy, vigorous variety offering extended harvests. High in vitamins. Prefers fertile, well-drained soil and cooler temperatures. Full sun.
Kale Storm Mix Colorful all-kale mix thrives in containers or in-ground. Cut larger leaves when 3-5″ tall, leaving smaller leaves to grow for next crop.
Kohlrabi Grand Duke or Kossak 85 days. Fruit size 8″. Round, flattish bulbs with white skin and flesh. Prefers fertile, well-drained soil and cooler temperatures. Full sun.
Leeks 110 days. Fruit size 8″. Hardy member of the onion family with a sweet, delicate flavor. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun.
Lettuce Alfresco Mix Red & green leaf lettuces with arugula, endive & radicchio. Cut larger leaves when 3-5″ tall, leaving smaller leaves to grow for next crop.
Lettuce Bibb 60 days. Delicate, fleshy leaves are some of the finest eating lettuce. Space 8-12″ apart in fertile, well-drained soil. Water generously. Full sun.
Lettuce Head 65-100 days. Firm, light green heads. Space 8-12″ apart in fertile, well-drained soil. Water generously. Full sun.
Lettuce Romaine 75-85 days. Fruit size 8-10″. Tightly folded heads of crinkled green leaves add flavor to salads. Space 8-12″ apart in fertile, well-drained soil. Water generously. Full sun.
Okra 40 days. Produces large, attractive green pods all summer long. Keep soil evenly moist. Full sun.
Onion Yellow Sweet 115 days. Fruit size 3-3.5″. Produces large, globular onions with firm, mild-tasting flesh. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun.
Peas 60-70 days. The flavor of fresh peas is vastly superior to that of anything store bought. Plant in well-drained soil as soon as it can be worked. Keep well-watered. Full sun
Rhubarb Crimson Red Early season crop. Huge, heart-shaped leaves on blood-red stems. The leaves are not edible. Grow in fertile, humusrich, well-drained soil. Full sun.
Spinach 30-40 days. Tasty, green, slightly wrinkled & curled leaves. Prefers fertile, well-drained soil and cooler temperatures. Full sun.
Squash Acorn/Table Ace 80-85 days. Fruit size 1-2 lb. Produces sweet and nutty, vitamin rich fruit which store well. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun
Squash Aristocrat Zucchini 52 days. Fruit size 6-7″. High yielding upright plant produces dark green, slender fruit. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun.
Squash Butternut 82 days. Fruit size 1-3 lb. High yields of squash with tan skin and sweet orange flesh. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun.
Squash Spaghetti 70-115 days. Fruit size 3-5 lb. Produces oblong shaped fruit with tasty flesh resembling spaghetti. Space 4 ft apart, mulch, and water well. Full sun.
Squash Yellow Crookneck 53 days. Fruit size 6″. Produces creamy yellow, tender fruit with a slightly bent neck. Water regularly. Fruit is most flavorful when immature and soft-skinned. Full sun
Squash Yellow Straightneck 52 days. Fruit size 6-7″. Golden-yellow fruit on bushy, upright plants. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun
Strawberry Everbearing Medium-size berries begin appearing in mid-summer. For best production, harvest every 3 to 4 days once berries appear. Space 18″ apart. Keep soil evenly moist. Mulch in winter. Full sun.
Swiss Chard Bright Lights 60 days. Fruit size 6-12″. Stems are produced in a rainbow of brilliant colors. Eat like spinach or beet greens. They are at their best harvested young for salads. Full sun.
Watermelon Crimson Sweet 80 days. Produces deliciously sweet, 20 lb melons on disease resistant plants. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun
Zucchini Aristocrat 52 days. Fruit size 6-7″. High yielding upright plant produces dark green, slender fruit. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun.
Beans Blue Lake Bush 50-65 days. This string less variety offers tasty, tender beans that are 5.5-6.5 inches. Plant in full sun. Water freely in dry weather.
Broccoli 40-70 days. Produces flavorful dark green heads on solid stems. Fruit size 6-9 inches. Harvest while the buds are tightly closed. Full sun.
Brussel Sprouts 85-90 days. Produces mild tasting, “miniature cabbages” in autumn. Harvest sprouts when firm, or for a sweeter taste, wait until after the first frost. Space 18″ x 30″. Full sun
Cabbage Early/Golden Acre 64 days. Fruit size 4-5 lb. Yellow resistant. Prefers fertile, well-drained soil and cooler temperatures. Full sun.
Cabbage Early/Stonehead 60-70 days. Fruit size 3.5 lb. Produces solid, good sized heads of tasty cabbage. Disease resistant. Plant in rich soil and water regularly. Harvest when heads are firm. Full sun.
Cabbage Late/Flat Dutch 100-110 days. Fruit size 10-12 lb. Drought tolerant variety produces firm, flattened heads. Prefers fertile, well drained soil and cooler temperatures. Full sun.
Cabbage Red 76 days. Fruit size 4 lb. Produces firm, round heads of flavorful purple-red leaves. Prefers fertile, well-drained soil and cooler temperatures. Full sun.
Cantaloupe 85 days. Fruit size 4.5 lb. High yields of heavily netted, ribbed melons with firm, aromatic flesh. Space 1 ft x 4-6 ft. Keep well-watered. Full sun.
Cauliflower 40 days. Fruit size 2 lb. Tender and delicious pure white heads. Plant in organic-rich, well-drained soil. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun.
Celery 90-120 days. Produces lots of slender stalks with a delicious, crisp flavor. 18-24″ tall. Best in slightly acidic, organic rich soil. Do not allow soil to dry out. Full sun.
Collards Georgia 55-90 days. Leafy greens are an old favorite of the South. Grows 18-24″. Prefers fertile, well-drained soil and cooler temperatures. Full sun.
Corn Bicolor 75-100 days. 8-12″ ears. High quality cobs are packed with kernels of juicy, deliciously sweet corn. Best in fertile, well-drained soil. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun.
Cucumber Burpless 70 days. Fruit size 10″. Compact vine produces high yields. Plant in rich soil and water regularly. Pick fruit often for the highest yield. Full sun.
Cucumber Lemon 65 days. Fruit size 3-4″. These sweet-tasting cukes are about the size and color of a large lemon. Space 2-3 plants in hills 4-5 ft apart. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun.
Cucumber Marketmore 70 days. Fruit size 8″ x 2.5″. Slicing variety is productive in both warm and cool temperatures. Plant in rich soil and water regularly. Pick fruit often for the highest yield. Full sun.
Cucumber Pickling 48 days. Fruit size 4″. Bushy, compact plant produces straight, cylindrical fruit. Best in organic-rich, well-drained soil. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun.
Eggplant Classic/Black Beauty 80 days. Fruit size 8″. Broad, deep purple fruit. Best in fertile, well-drained soil kept evenly moist. Full sun.
Eggplant Ichiban 50-60 days. Fruit size 2.25″ x 8″. Attractive, shiny purple-black skin. Best in fertile, well-drained soil kept evenly moist. Full sun.
Eggplant Little Fingers 65-68 days. Fruit size 3-6″. Clusters of long, slim, purple-skinned fruit with a mild, sweet flavor. Best in fertile, well drained soil kept evenly moist. Full sun.
Kale Green 35-70 days. Hardy, vigorous variety offering extended harvests. High in vitamins. Prefers fertile, well-drained soil and cooler temperatures. Full sun.
Kale Storm Mix Colorful all-kale mix thrives in containers or in-ground. Cut larger leaves when 3-5″ tall, leaving smaller leaves to grow for next crop.
Kohlrabi Grand Duke or Kossak 85 days. Fruit size 8″. Round, flattish bulbs with white skin and flesh. Prefers fertile, well-drained soil and cooler temperatures. Full sun.
Leeks 110 days. Fruit size 8″. Hardy member of the onion family with a sweet, delicate flavor. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun.
Lettuce Alfresco Mix Red & green leaf lettuces with arugula, endive & radicchio. Cut larger leaves when 3-5″ tall, leaving smaller leaves to grow for next crop.
Lettuce Bibb 60 days. Delicate, fleshy leaves are some of the finest eating lettuce. Space 8-12″ apart in fertile, well-drained soil. Water generously. Full sun.
Lettuce Head 65-100 days. Firm, light green heads. Space 8-12″ apart in fertile, well-drained soil. Water generously. Full sun.
Lettuce Romaine 75-85 days. Fruit size 8-10″. Tightly folded heads of crinkled green leaves add flavor to salads. Space 8-12″ apart in fertile, well-drained soil. Water generously. Full sun.
Okra 40 days. Produces large, attractive green pods all summer long. Keep soil evenly moist. Full sun.
Onion Yellow Sweet 115 days. Fruit size 3-3.5″. Produces large, globular onions with firm, mild-tasting flesh. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun.
Peas 60-70 days. The flavor of fresh peas is vastly superior to that of anything store bought. Plant in well-drained soil as soon as it can be worked. Keep well-watered. Full sun
Rhubarb Crimson Red Early season crop. Huge, heart-shaped leaves on blood-red stems. The leaves are not edible. Grow in fertile, humusrich, well-drained soil. Full sun.
Spinach 30-40 days. Tasty, green, slightly wrinkled & curled leaves. Prefers fertile, well-drained soil and cooler temperatures. Full sun.
Squash Acorn/Table Ace 80-85 days. Fruit size 1-2 lb. Produces sweet and nutty, vitamin rich fruit which store well. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun
Squash Aristocrat Zucchini 52 days. Fruit size 6-7″. High yielding upright plant produces dark green, slender fruit. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun.
Squash Butternut 82 days. Fruit size 1-3 lb. High yields of squash with tan skin and sweet orange flesh. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun.
Squash Spaghetti 70-115 days. Fruit size 3-5 lb. Produces oblong shaped fruit with tasty flesh resembling spaghetti. Space 4 ft apart, mulch, and water well. Full sun.
Squash Yellow Crookneck 53 days. Fruit size 6″. Produces creamy yellow, tender fruit with a slightly bent neck. Water regularly. Fruit is most flavorful when immature and soft-skinned. Full sun
Squash Yellow Straightneck 52 days. Fruit size 6-7″. Golden-yellow fruit on bushy, upright plants. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun
Strawberry Everbearing Medium-size berries begin appearing in mid-summer. For best production, harvest every 3 to 4 days once berries appear. Space 18″ apart. Keep soil evenly moist. Mulch in winter. Full sun.
Swiss Chard Bright Lights 60 days. Fruit size 6-12″. Stems are produced in a rainbow of brilliant colors. Eat like spinach or beet greens. They are at their best harvested young for salads. Full sun.
Watermelon Crimson Sweet 80 days. Produces deliciously sweet, 20 lb melons on disease resistant plants. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun
Zucchini Aristocrat 52 days. Fruit size 6-7″. High yielding upright plant produces dark green, slender fruit. Water freely in dry weather. Full sun.