Amaranth : Hubei Warm, Hot Annual Attractive red flowers Attractive red flowers on short, sprawling plants that can reach 4' across. Seeds for this variety came from Australian Rose-Marie Lacherez, and she received the seeds in 1995 from a Chinese researcher (Bi Jihuan) who, at the time, was the director of the agricultural college of Hubei, China. Amaranthaceae Amaranthus
Peppers : Ashe County PimentoBush Warm, Hot Annual Icon_container Great multi-use pepper, sweet and thickfleshed One of the few peppers that reliably produces well in the short Smoky Mountain growing season (150 days or less). An incredibly sweet, bright red, thickfleshed pimento pepper, 4 × 1½ in. Great raw, as well as for cooking, roasting, and canning. Revived by NC seed saver Rob Danford. Solanaceae Capsicum annuum
Amaranth : Red Garnet Warm, Hot Annual Attractive, edible leaves or let it go to seed for grain Attractive flowers and red leaves make this Amaranth not only edible, but beautiful as well! Young leaves can be used for greens, or let go to seed and harvest for grain. Plants grow 6 to 8' tall. Amaranthaceae Amaranthus cruentus
Jupiter Pepper. 75 days. (green > red) One of the largest and best sweet bell peppers. Sturdy 3-5 ft. plants have an excellent canopy of dark green leaves to protect the high yields of 4 in. fruits. Excellent drought resistance. Great for stuffing.