Home » All-America Selections
75 days. A new bicolor for home garden or fresh market. Ambrosia is a homozygous sugary enhancer with superb eating quality. Ear length 8 inches, with 16 rows of yellow and white kernels. Plant height 78 inches. This variety is noted for its early vigor and tolerance to Stewarts wilt.
73 days. This All- American Selection Winner combines old-fashioned tomato qualities with modern breeding techniques to produce an all-around hybrid tomato for home gardeners. Extra large “beefy” fruit with average weight 10-12 oz. Deep oblate to globe shape with green shoulders. Indeterminate. Large and vigorous plants need to be staked or caged.
70 days. The large deep fruit of this hybrid tomato is firm and very flavorful. Deep oblate shape, average weight, 7 oz. A strong determinate, medium bush plant. Tolerant to Verticillium Wilt (1 & 2), Nematodes and Tobacco Mosaic Virus. Celebrity is great for the home gardener or for the commercial grower. All-American Selection Winner.
82 days. This All-American Selection Winner Hybrid is very early winter sqash. It produces sweet, medium size fruit, 10-12 inches, uniform shape. Mature fruit can be stored for months. Semi-bush plant. A good producer.
62 day. All American selection winner. Fruit dark green, 8 1/2" x 2", slim, flavorful cucumbers. Compact plant yet vigorous that produces over a longer period. Due to compact vines, this hybrid can be planted in closer row spacing. A very disease tolerant, monoecious hybrid.
55 days. All-American winner. Dark green upright vines. Pods are flat, medium green 6 to 7 inches long x 1/2 inch wide; stringless. Used for market, canning and freezing. White seed.