Pumpkins Containing one of the richest supplies of carotenoids, just a half-cup serving of pumpkin gives you more than two times the recommended daily dose of alpha-carotene. Not only is the flesh good for you, but so are the seeds. For smaller gardens, we like 'Wee B Little' pumpkin from Bonnie Plants. This variety has a semibush habit so it doesn't need a ton of room, and the fruit is versatile.
Sun Sugar – Indeterminate – 75 days to maturity – This disease-resistant tomato is one of the very best cherry tomatoes and easy to grow. The fruits are fantastic for salads or to just set out in bowls for snacking. These tomatoes average 1/2 ounce in weight, and the vigorous vines produce hundreds of fruit, continually productive all season. Although thin-skinned, they don’t crack open when ripe. Resistant to fusarium wilt and tomato mosaic virus.
(Okra) Hardy in zone 7 A 1997 All-America Selections award winner, 'Cajun Delight' produces lots of large, tasty okra fruits much faster than other okra varieties. This tropical annual vegetable originates from Africa and has large edible pods that are a American Southern favorite eaten fried, stewed with tomatoes or used to thicken gumbo. This variety's pods remain quite tender even when at full mature size on the plant