We are excited to start planning your Summer Garden with you!

Please select from one of three garden packages for each Mini Avalow bed.

Salad and Juice:

  • Chard

  • Kale

  • Diva Cucumber

  • Sweet Basil

Gourmet:

  • Chocolate Sprinkles Tomato

  • Armenian Cucumber

  • Lemon Basil or Tarragon

All-Ages Garden:

  • Sungold Tomato

  • Diva Cucumber

  • Sweet Basil

Read on to learn more about these Summer veggies!


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Chocolate Sprinkles Tomato

(Grape 1.5”)
Harvest: 50-55 days from transplanting
Growing Speed: Fast
Flavor:  A delightfully sweet taste. Red with green striping gives this tomato an almost 'chocolatey' appearance. This highly productive plant forms its fruit in clusters, and starts fruiting early in the season.


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Sungold Tomato

(Cherry 1”)
Harvest: 55-65 days after transplanting
Growing Speed: Fast
Flavor: Sweet and delicious. Tomato candy.

Sungold cherry tomatoes grow in large clusters of 10-20 fruit. They are heat-tolerant, reliable, and typically one of the first bursts of color in summer garden. Best eaten right off of the vine, and the perfect addition to salads.


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Armenian Cucumber

Grow time: 60 days
Growing Speed: quick
Flavor: Armenian cucumbers produce long, tender fruit that remains sweet even when you let them get too large! Armenian cucumbers are heat tolerant and best harvested at 1-2” thick. Their length will depend on the plant, but they are typically around 6-12” long at their best harvest stage. These burpless “cucumbers” are technically a melon!


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Diva Cucumber

Grow time: 58 days
Growing Speed: quick
Flavor: Diva cucumber produce tender, seedless, and thin-skinned fruit. Harvested at 5-7”, the fruit is crisp and sweet. These vines are a bit more temperamental than Armenian or Lemon cucumbers.


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Sweet Basil

Growing Speed: quick
Flavor: This is your classic basil, perfect for caprese salads, pestos, or a few leaves added to a sandwich for a pop of summer flavor.


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Lemon Basil

Growing Speed: quick
Flavor: Lemony and bright, this basil is great for chicken, fish, herbal tea, or add it to your gourmet hot dogs as an unusual new topping!


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Tarragon

Growing Speed: quick, deciduous perennial
Flavor: Anise-flavored. Ideal pairing for mellow and comforting dishes, such as potato salads, butter sauces, and chicken. Try tarragon mixed in to your scrambled eggs!


 

Kale

Harvest: 50 days
Growing Speed: Slow
Flavor: Kale is one of the most nutrient-dense vegetables and provides a long-lasting crop of greens. Baby kale leaves can be used in salads and older leaves are best enjoyed cooked or juiced.

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Chard

Harvest: 50 days
Flavor: This colorful showstopper plant provides an abundance of greens. The young greens are mild and can be eaten fresh in salads or cooked. Larger leaves are best cooked or finely chopped. Both the stems and greens are edible. Chard continues to provide leafy greens over a long season as long as the center of the plant is left intact.

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