Come see the progress of our recent garden center renovations… to be inspired for yours! We are in the process of integrating demonstration areas throughout our garden center so that our customers can gather ideas, relax, take their time and stay for a while. At James Sanders Nursery, we are known for our large variety and selection of plants, especially hydrangeas, tomatoes, perennials, and proven winners. In addition to 5 acres of trees and shrubs– in spring our greenhouse contains over 6,000 SF of annuals, vegetables, and tropical plants. We also carry a full line of garden and landscape accessories, including bulk mulches and rock, tools, traditional and organic fertilizers and pesticides, unique garden décor, landscape boulders, stone, edging, and modular concrete pavers/walls. Our knowledgeable staff can assist you at our store or email us your lawn and garden questions and we’ll be glad to give you some helpful “green thumb” advice.





Outdoor Living Material


Garden Art, Pottery, & Gifts

Living Wall Planters

Natural Stone Products

Modular Concrete Walls and Pavers

Outdoor Living Kits

  • Firepits
  • Fireplaces
  • Kitchens
  • Tables and Islands

Bridges, Trellises, and Pergolas

Soil Amendments and Mulch

Bulk Products

  • Topsoil
  • Hardwood Mulch
  • Brown-Dyed Hardwood Mulch
  • Black-Dyed Hardwood Mulch
  • Red-Dyed Hardwood Mulch
  • Cypress Mulch
  • Cedar Mulch
  • Indiana Decorative Rock Mulch

Bagged/ Baled Products

  • Pine Needles/Straw Mulch
  • Decorative Rock Mulch
  • Straw
  • Topsoil
  • Potting Soil
  • Peat
  • Cow Manure
  • Professional Mix: Bacto
  • Lime pelletized
  • Vermiculite
  • Perilite

Landscaping Supplies

Landscape Fabric


Tree Wrap and Straps

Erosion Control Blanket

Landscape Edging

  • Steel
  • PVC
  • Modular Concrete Edger (Belgian Edger and others)
  • Natural Stone Edger (AuVase and others)


  • Heavy Duty Shovels
  • Felco Trimmers
  • Gloves

Water Equipment

  • Hoses
  • Sprinklers
  • Rainbird/Hunter Irrigation Supplies (may be on order only basis)

Traditional and Organic Plant and Lawn Care





Seed, Bulbs, & Accessories

Lawn Seed

  • JSN Fescue Blend
  • Kentucky 31 Fescue
  • Annual Rye
  • Perennial Rye
  • Bermuda
  • Special Order Crown Vetch, State Mix, and Native Mix

Bulk Garden Seed (seasonal)

Spring and Fall Bulbs

Potting Supplies (peat pots, starter packs, flats)

Special Occasions

Gift Certificates


  • Cut and Live Christmas Trees
  • Fresh Wreaths and Garland
  • Homemade Grave Blankets
  • Poinsettias
  • Centerpieces and Arrangements
  • Decorative Bows and Foil Wraps
  • Flocking
  • Fresh Holly, Magnolia, and Pine Clippings

Mother's Day and Birthdays

  • Beautifully Potted Flower Arrangements, Ready to Go


  • We can help you pick a living tribute for your funeral needs.
  • *Delivery available to local funeral homes.

Fall Planting

  • Pansies, Mums, Pumpkins, and Straw are available for your fall decorating ideas.


Plant List:

This is our typical plant inventory only and we do not garantee availability. Please email, call, or visit us to verify current availability of the plants listed below or other plants you may desire!


Shade Loving


Common Name


Flower 1

Flower 2

Flower 3





Sun Loving


Common Name


Fllower 4

Flower 5

Flower 6





Shade Loving

  Botanical Name Common Name
  Flower Name

Sun Loving

  Botanical Name Common Name
  Flower Name

Ground Covers

Shade Loving

  Botanical Name Common Name
  Ajuga reptans Ajuga
  Hedera helix English Ivy
  Liriope muscari Liriope- Big Blue, Monroe White, Variegated
  Ophiopogon Dwarf Mondo Grass
  Pachysandra terminalis Japanese Spurge
  Rhus aromatica Fragrant Sumac- Gro-Low
  Vinca minor Common Periwinkle

Sun Loving

  Botanical Name Common Name
  Euonymus fortunei Wintercreeper Euonymus
  Fragaria Strawberry
  Hypericum calycinum St. Johnswort
  Juniperus conferta Shore Juniper- Blue Pacific
  Juniperus horizontalis Creeping Juniper- Blue Rug
  Liriope muscari Liriope- Big Blue, Monroe White, Variegated
  Rhus aromatica Fragrant Sumac- Gro-Low
  Rosa Drift Drift Groundcover Rose
  Rosa Oso Easy Oso Easy Groundcover Rose
  Sedum Creeping Sedum


Shade Loving

  Botanical Name Common Name
  Aristolochia durior Dutchman's Pipe
  Hedera helix English Ivy
  Hydrangea anomala sub. petiolaris Climbing Hydrangea

Sun Loving

  Botanical Name Common Name
  Akebia quinata Akebia Chocolate Vine
  Aristolochia durior Dutchman's Pipe
  Clematis sp. Clematis
  Gelsemium sempervirens Carolina Jasmine
  Hydrangea anomala sub. petiolaris Climbing Hydrangea
  Lonicera sempervirens Honeysuckle
  Parthenocissus tricuspidata Boston Ivy
  Rosa Climbing Rose
  Vitis Grape
  Wisteria Wisteria

Shade Trees

  Botanical Name Common Name Mature Size
  Acer rubrum Red Maple 40'-60'T x variable
  • 'Autumn Blaze'- oval-rounded, orange-red fall color
  • 'Brandywine'- moderately columnar, purple-red fall color
  • 'October Glory'- oval-rounded, orange-red fall color
  • 'Red Sunset'- pyramidal to rounded, orange-red fall color
  Acer saccharum Sugar Maple 60'-75'T x 40'-50'W
  • 'Legacy'- oval, yellow-orange fall color
  Betula nigra River Birch 40'-70'T x 40'-60'W
  • 'Heritage'- salmon-white exfoliating bark, yellow fall color
  Carpinus betulus European Hornbeam 40'-60'T x 30'-40'W
  • 'Fastigiata'- pyramidal-oval to columnar, yellow fall color
  Carya illinoinensis Pecan 70'-100'T x 40'-75' W
  Ginkgo biloba Maidenhair Tree (male) 50'-80'T x variable
  Gymnocladus dioica Kentucky Coffeetree 60'-75'T x 40'-50'W
  Liquidambar styraciflua Sweetgum 60'-75'T x 40'-50'W
  • 'Happy Daze'- fruitless
  Liriodendron tulipifera Tulip Tree 70'-90'T x 35'-50'W
  Metasequoia glyptostroboides Dawn Redwood 70'-100'T x 25'W
  Nyssa sylvatica Blackgum 30'-50'T x 20'-30'W
  Platanus x acerifolia London Planetree 70'-100'T x 65'-80'W
  Quercus alba White Oak 50'-80'
  Quercus bicolor Swamp White Oak 50'-60'
  Quercus coccinea Scarlet Oak 70'-75'T x 40'-50'W
  Quercus palustris Pin Oak 60'-70'T x 25'-40'W
  Quercus phellos Willow Oak 40'-60'T x 30'-40'W
  Quercus rubra Northern Red Oak 60'-75'
  Quercus shumardii Shumard Oak 40'-60'
  Robinia pseudoacacia Black Locust 30'-40'
  • 'Purple Robe'- rounded habit, dark rose-pink flowers May/June
  Salix babylonica Weeping Willow 30'-40'
  Taxodium distichum Baldcypress 50'-70'T x 20'-30'W
  Zelkova serrata Zelkova 50'-80'
  • 'Green Vase'- upright vase shape, orange-brown to bronzy red fall color

Ornamental/ Flowering Trees

  Botanical Name Common Name Mature Size
  Acer palmatum Japanese Maple variable
  • 'Bloodgood'- reddish purple foliage, red fall color, slow growing to 15'-20'T
  • 'Burgundy Lace'- reddish purple foliage turns purple-bronze in summer, 10'-12'T x 12'-15'W
  • 'Crimson Queen'- cutleaf, crimson red new growth, scarlet fall color, 8'-10'T x 12'W
  • 'Viridis'- green cutleaf, yellow-gold to red fall color
  Aesculus x carnea Red Horsechestnut 30'-40'
  Amelanchier x grandiflora Serviceberry 20'-25'
  • 'Autumn Brilliance'- red fall color
  Cercis canadensis Eastern Redbud 20'-30'T x 25'-35'W
  • 'Alba'- white flower
  • 'Forest Pansy'- double rose-pink flower, reddish purple young foliage
  • 'Oklahoma'- rosy magenta flowers, waxy thick textured leaf
  Chionanthus virginicus White Fringetree 12'-20'
  • white flowering in May/June, yellow fall color
  Cornus florida Flowering Dogwood 20'
  • April/May flowering, red to reddish purple fall color
  • 'Cherokee Chief'- red flower
  • 'Cherokee Princess'- white flower
  • 'Cloud Nine'- white flower
  Cornus kousa Kousa Dogwood 20'-30'
  • creamy white flowers May/June, reddish purple to scarlet fall color
  Cotinus coggygria Smoketree 10'-15'
  Crataegus viridis Green Hawthorn 20'-25'T-20'-30'W
  • 'Winter King'- rounded habit, sharp thorns, white flowers mid-May, showy red fruit, exfoliating bark, scarlet fall color
  Halesia carolina Carolina Silverbell 30'-40'T x 25'W
  Lagerstroemia Crape Myrtle varies
  • 'Catawba'- dark purple flower, orange-red fall color, 10'-15'T
  • 'Country Red'- pink-red bloom
  • 'Dynamite'- true red, 10'-20'T
  • 'Natchez'- white bloom, cinnamon-colored bark, 20'T
  • 'Sarah's Favorite'- white bloom, 20'T
  • 'Tonto'- red-watermelon bloom, 10'T x 8'W
  • 'Twilight'- dark purple bloom
  • mixed colors
  Magnolia x soulangiana Saucer Magnolia 20'-30'T x variable
  Magnolia stellata Star Magnolia 15'-20'T x 10'-15'W
  • 'Royal Star'- oval to rounded shrubby, pure white flowers March/April
  • 'Waterlily'- upright bushy, pink buds open to fragrant white flower March/April
  Magnolia virginiana Sweetbay Magnolia 10'-20'
  • 'Moonglow'- upright growth, semi-evergreen, creamy white lemon scented flowers May/June then sporadically through summer
  Malus Flowering Crabapple 15'-25'
  • rounded habit, spring flowering
  • 'Prairifire'- red budded, dark pinkish red flower, red-purple fruit
  • 'Sugar Tyme'- pale pink buds, sugar-white flower, red fruit
  Oxydendrum arboreum Sourwood 25'-30'T x 20'W
  Prunus serrulata Japanese Flowering Cherry 20'-35'
  • 'Kwanzan'- deep pink double flowers April/May
  Prunus subhirtella Higan Cherry 20'-40'T x 15'-30'W
  • 'Autumnalis'- pinkish white flowers in spring and fall
  Prunus x yedoensis Yoshino Cherry 25'-35'
  • rounded, light pink buds open to white flower in spring
  • 'Shidare Yoshino'- weeping habit, white flower, 15'T x 20'-25'W
  • 'Snow Fountains'- semi-weeping habit, white flower, gold-orange fall color, 6'T x 12'W
  Pyrus calleryana Flowering Pear 40'T x 15'-20'W
  • 'Cleveland Select'- oval habit, white blooms spring, dark scarlet red fall color
  Syringa reticulata Japanese Tree Lilac 20'-30'T x 15'-25'W
  • 'Ivory Silk'- creamy white fragrant flowers June
  Vitex agnus-castus Chastetree 6'-10'

Evergreen Trees

  Botanical Name Common Name Mature Size
  Cedrus atlantica 'Glauca Pendula' Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar 15'-25'
  Chameocyparis nootkatensis 'Pendula' Weeping Alaska Cedar 30'T x 10'-15'W
  Chameocyparis obtusa Honoki Cypress 3'-20'T x 3'-15'W
  Cryptomeria japonica Japanese Cryptomeria variable
  • 'Yoshino'- blue green foliage turning bronze green in cold weather, growth rate 2'-3' per year
  X Cupressocyparis leylandii Leyland Cypress 60'-70'T x 6'-12'W
  Ilex x attenuata Fosteri Holly 20'-30'T
  Ilex x 'Nellie R. Stevens' Nellie R Stevens Holly 15'-25'T
  Ilex x 'Red Hollies' Red Holly varies
  • 'Little Red'
  • 'Robin'
  Ilex opaca American Holly 40'-50'T x 18'-40'W
  Magnolia grandiflora Southern Magnolia variable
  • 'Claudia Wannamaker'- 60'T x 30'W
  • 'D.D. Blancher'- 60'T x 30'W
  • 'Little Gem'- 30'T x 15'W, profuse bloomer
  Picea abies Norway Spruce 40'-60'T x 25'-30'W
  Picea pungens Colorado Spruce 30'-60'T x 10'-20'W
  Pinus strobus White Pine 50'-80'T x 20'-40'W
  Pinus thunbergii Japanese Black Pine 15'-25'
  Thuja occidentalis American Arborvitae variable
  • 'Emerald'- emerald green foliage, 10'-15'T x 3'-5'W
  Thuja 'Green Giant' Green Giant Arborvitae 30'-60'T x 12'-20'W
  Tsuga canadensis Canadian Hemlock 50'-75'T x 25'-30'W

Evergreen Shrubs

Shade Loving

  Botanical Name Common Name Mature Size
  Aucuba japonica Aucuba 6'-10'
  Camellia hybrids Camellia 6'
  Camellia sasanqua Sasanqua Camellia 6'
  Camellia sinensis Tea Camellia 4'-6'
  Ilex crenata Japanese Holly varies
  • 'Hoogendorn'-
  • 'Steeds'-
  Illicium parviflorum Small Anise Tree 8'-10'
  Leucothoe fontanesiana Leucothoe 3'-6'
  Nandina domestica Nandina 8'-10'T
  • 'Firepower'- 2'-3'
  • 'Flirt'- 1'-2'
  • 'Gulf Stream'- 3'-5'
  • 'Harbour Dwarf'- 2'-3'
  • 'Obsession'- 3'-4'
  Pieris japonica Japanese Pieris 8'-12'T x 6'-8'W
  Prunus laurocerasus Laurel varies
  • 'Otto Luyken'- 3'-4'T x 6'-8'W
  • 'Schipkaensis'- 4'-5'
  Rhododendron Azalea varies
  • Azaleas
  Rhododendron Rhododendron varies
  • Rhododendrons
  Taxus x media Yew 2'-8'T x 4'-8'W
  Ternstroemia gymnanthera Cleyera 8'-10'T x 5'-6'W
  Viburnum rhytidophyllum Leatherleaf Viburnum 10'-15'

Sun Loving

  Botanical Name Common Name Mature Size
  Abelia x grandiflora Abelia 3'-6'
  • semi-evergreen, summer blooming
  • 'Canyon Creek'- 3'-4'
  • 'Kaleidoscope'- 2'-3'
  • 'Little Richard'- 3'
  • 'Rose Creek'- 2'-3'
  Buxus microphylla var. koreana Little Leaf Boxwood varies
  • 'Wintergreen'- light green, small leaves, 3'-5'
  B. var. koreana x B. sempervirens Boxwood varies
  • 'Green Mountain'- pyramidal form, 5'T x 3'W
  • 'Green Velvet'- darker green, small leaves, slow-growing to 3'-4'
  Buxus sempervirens American or English Boxwood 15'-20'
  Camellia sasanqua Sasanqua Camellia 6'
  Chamaecyparis pisifera Japanese Falsecypress 3'-10'T x 3'-6'W
  • 'Gold Mop'
  • 'Gold Thread'
  Cotoneaster Cotoneaster  
  Ilex cornuta Chinese Holly varies
  • 'Carissa'- 3'-4'T x 4'-6'W
  • 'Dwarf Buford'- 5'-6'
  Ilex crenata Japanese Holly varies
  • 'Compacta'-
  • 'Green Luster'-
  • 'Soft Touch'-
  • 'Steeds'-
  Ilex x merserveae Meserve Hybrid Holly varies
  • 'China Girl' and 'China Boy'-
  Illicium parviflorum Small Anise Tree 8'-10'
  Loropetalum chinense Loropetalum  
  • semi-evergreen
  • 'Emerald Snow'
  • var. rubrum 'Ruby'
  • var. rubrum 'Ever Red'
  Nandina domestica Nandina 6'-8'T
  • 'Firepower'- 2'-3'
  • 'Flirt'- 1'-2'
  • 'Gulf Stream'- 3'-5'
  • 'Harbour Dwarf'- 2'-3'
  • 'Obsession'- 3'-4'
  Picia pungens globe Globe Blue Spruce 3'-4'T x 4'-5'W
  Pinus mugo Mugo Pine 8'
  Pyracantha coccinea Pyracantha 6'
  Rhododendron hybrid Encore Azalea varies
  Ternstroemia gymnanthera Cleyera 8'-10'T x 5'-6'W
  Viburnum x pragense Prague Viburnum 10'T x 8'-10'W
  Yucca Yucca 2'-3'

Decidious Shrubs

Shade Loving

  Botanical Name Common Name Mature Size
  Aesculus parviflora Bottlebrush Buckeye 8'-12'T x 8'-15'W
  Calycanthus floridus Carolina Allspice, Sweetshrub 6'-10'
  Clethra alnifolia Clethra 3'-8'
  • 'Ruby Spice'- deep rose flower, 6'-8'
  Hydrangea arborescens Smooth Hydrangea 3'-5'
  • 'Annabelle'
  Hydrangea macrophylla Bigleaf Hydrangea 3'-6'
  • Hortensia
  • Lacecap
  Hydrangea paniculata Peegee Hydrangea 10'-20'
  • 'Pink Diamond'
  Hydrangea quercifolia Oakleaf Hydrangea 4'-6'T x 3'-5'W
  Itea virginica Virginia Sweetspire 3'-5'
  Rhododendron Exbury Azalea 6'-7'

Sun Loving

  Botanical Name Common Name Mature Size
  Aesculus parviflora Bottlebrush Buckeye 8'-12'T x 8'-15'W
  Aronia arbutifolia Red Chokeberry 6'-10'T x 3'-5-W
  Berberis thunbergii Barberry varies
  • var. atropurpurea 'Crimson Pygmy'- 1.5'-2'T x 2.5'-3'W
  • var. atropurpurea 'Rose Glow'- 5'-6'
  Buddleia x davidii Butterflybush 5'-10'
  Callicarpa americana American Beautyberry 3'-8'
  Calycanthus floridus Carolina Allspice, Sweetshrub 6'-10'
  Chaenomeles speciosa Flowering Quince 6'-10'
  Clethra alnifolia Clethra 3'-8'
  • 'Ruby Spice'- deep rose flower, 6'-8'
  Cornus sericea Red-twigged Dogwood 7'-10'
  Cotoneaster horizontalis Rock Cotoneaster 2'-3'T x 5'-8'W
  Euonymus alatus Burning Bush 5'-10'
  Forsythia x intermedia Forsythia 8'-10'
  Fothergilla gardenii Dwarf Fothergilla 2'-3'T x 5'-6'W
  Fothergilla major Large Fothergilla  
  • 'Mount Airy'- 5'-6', yellow-orange to red fall color, white flower April/May
  Hibiscus syriacus Rose of Sharon, Althea 8'-12'T x 6'-10'W
  Hydrangea paniculata Peegee Hydrangea 10'-20'
  • 'Pink Diamond'
  Hypericum St. Johnswort  
  Ilex decidua Possumhaw Holly 7'-15'T x 5'-10' W
  • 'Warren Red'
  Ilex verticillata Winterberry Holly 6'-8'
  • 'Red Sprite'
  Itea virginica Virginia Sweetspire 3'-5'
  Philadelphus Mockorange  
  Sambucus Elderberry 5'-12'
  Spiracea japonica Spirea 4'-5'
  • 'Goldmound'
  • 'Little Princess'
  Spiracea nipponica 'Snowmound' Snowmound Spirea 3'-5'
  Spiracea prunifolia Bridalwreath Spirea 4'-9'T x 6'-8'W
  Spiracea x vanhouttei Vanhoutte Spirea 6'-8'T x 10'-12'W
  Syringa Lilac  
  Vaccinium Blueberry  
  Viburnum dentantum Arrowwood Viburnum 8'-10'
  Vibrunum plicatum var. tomentosum Doublefile Viburnum 6'-8'T x 8'-10'W
  • 'Mariesii'
  • 'Popcorn'
  • 'Shasta'
  Viburnum x juddii Judd Vibrunum 5'-6'T x 4'-5'W

Edible Plants


  Common Name   Mature Size
  • Fugi
  • Granny Smith
  • Jonagold
  • Red Delicious
  • Staymen Winesap
  • Yellow Delicious
  • Redgold
  • Belle of Georgia
  • Elberta
  • Hale Haven
  • Red Haven
  • Scarlet Prince
  • Bartlett
  • Moonglow
  • Warren
  Pecan   70'-100'T x 40'-75'W
  • Choctaw– A vigorous grower, nuts are very thin shelled, large and full, bright color and flavor. Matures early, excellent for yard plantings. Very disease resistant.
  • Desirable– One of the largest pecans, excellent cracker, bears early. A very heavy producer of thin shelled, disease resistant pecans.
  • Hardy Native– Grown from papershell nuts, exceedingly hardy, heavy yields of good quality nuts, excellent pollinator.
  • Au Rosa
  • Damson
  • Methley


  Botannical Name Common Name Mature Size
  Ribes Gooseberry  
  • 'Pixwell'– practically thornfree, makes delicious pies, tasty preserves, easy to pick, green fruit turns pink when fully ripe, heavy bearer, tolerates shade
  Rubus Blackberry  
  • Thornless
    • Apache– large fruit with higher yields, glossy black color, and canes grow more erect than other thornless varieties. good eating and holding characteristics.
    • Navaho– this upright grower has the best flavor of all thornless varieties. berries are the smallest but have high yields. canes should be topped at shoulder height several times during the season.
    • Triple Crown– newest thornless blackberry, with large, sweet, aromatic fruit. ripen July-August.
  • Thorny
    • Shawnee– sweet and juicy berry that produces heavy for weeks. thorny erect medium large food flavored fruit ripens in mid-June.
  Vaccinium ashei Rabbiteye Blueberry  
  • plant two or more varieties together for better fruiting, great fall color
  • 'Brightwell'– vigorous, upright bush, large flavorful fruit. plant with premier
  • 'Briteblue'– outstanding hybrid, bearing early-mid season of huge delicious berries
  • 'Climax'– early ripening, moderate to high yields of dark blue, flavorful fruit
  • 'Powderblue'– large, sweet fruit with a spicy aroma, excellent for jams, jellies, or any dessert
  • 'Premier'– early to mid season, large, firm and tasty fruit
  • 'Tiftblue'– produces enormous berries in large clusters of excellent taste, produces heavy crops of high quality fruit

Groundcovers & Vines

  Botanical Name Common Name Mature Size
  Fragaria Strawberry  
  • 'Allstar'– late to mid season variety. extremely vigorous. yields large, firm fruit that has a good flavor and color. moderate resistance to powdery mildew and leaf scorch. resistant to red stele and verticillium wilt. an improved surecrop. june bearing.
  • 'Surecrop'– a favorite for home gardeners. vigorous growth habit and productive. red stele resistance, good firm solid fruit, good fresh or frozen. june bearing.
  • 'Tribute'– everbearing. medium to large firm fruit, very successful variety for growers. during first year tribute peaks in septemver, and the next year a heavy spring crop. resistant to red stele and verticillium wilt.
  Vitis Grape  
  • Concord– best known blue-black grape, medium to large fruit, seedless available
  • Catawaba– red fruit, pleasing flavor, excellent wine grape, fresh fruit, and fresh juice
  • Doyton Beach– excellent red bunch variety
  • Fredonia– early blue-black, improved concrod, good for jelly and eating, very hardy
  • Reliance– red seedless, very winter hardy, medium size fruit, excellent flavor
  • Stover– southern bunch, white with light green, early to ripe, a fine grape for dessert or wine


  • Mary Washington
  Onion Sets    
  • Big Bertha
  • California Wonder
  • Camelot Hybrid
  • Caribbean Red
  • Chinese Giant
  • Chocolate Beauty
  • Giant Marconi
  • Golden California Wonder
  • Habanero
  • Hungarian Wax
  • Jalapeno
  • King Arthur
  • Large Red Thick Cayenne
  • Orange Sun
  • Pepperoncini
  • Purple Beauty
  • Red Beauty
  • Sweet Banana
  • Sweet Pickle
  Potatoe (seed potatoe)    
  • California White
  • Red Pontiac
  • Yukon Gold
  • Arkansas Traveler– Produces well in hot weather. Pink tomatoes that are 6-8 oz with good flavor. Determinate.
  • Balls Beefsteak Hybrid– Matures early and disease resistant. 8-12 oz globe fruit that does not crack. Good sandwhich tomato. Indeterminate.
  • Better Boy– 12-16 oz smooth, flavorful fruit, disease resistant, excellent slicing tomato. Indeterminate.
    Better Bush– New for 2010. Perfect for large containers or small gardens. Compact plant with upright habit, 8 oz fruit with good flavor. Compact Indeterminate.
  • Big Boy Hybrid– Lare scarlet fruit with meaty flesh and great flavor. Heavy producer. Indeterminate.
  • Bradley
  • Brandywine
  • Burpee's Supersteak
  • Celebrity
  • Early Girl
  • First Prize
  • Jet Star
  • Jetsetter
  • Lemon Boy
  • Limmony
  • Mule Team
  • Pink Girl
  • Roma
  • Rutgers
  • Sioux
  • Sprite
  • Supersonic
  • Sweet 100



« 1 of 2 »