At Payless Nursery we carry a large selection of vegetable plants and seeds.
Recommended Vegetables for our Area
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Globed shaped tomato up to 1 lb. Higher yielding tomato plant. Indeterminate.
Indeterminate tomato. Disease tolerant and matures early.
Heirloom. Produces high yields of black cherry tomatoes. Indeterminate.
Heirloom. Yields 3-4 inch beefstake tomatoes. Indeterminate.
Heirloom. Grows 1 1/2 pound tomatoes. Vigorous tomato plant. Indeterminate.
Heirloom. Produces 2 lb tomatoes and provides good yields. Very sweet and flavorful.
Heirloom. Flavorful flesh rangers from purple to brown or to green. 72-90 days to
maturity. Grows 10-12 oz tomatoes. Indeterminate.
Strong vine. Gets 4-6 oz fruits very early. Indeterminate.
Strong vine with 2-3 oz fruits. Meaty tomatoes that are good quality. Determinate.
Heirloom. Produces good yields of 3 oz tomatoes. Stay green when it matures. Determinate.
Oblong 1 oz fruit. Sweet flavor. Determinate.
Meaty, golden orange fruit of medium size. Indeterminate.
Heirloom. 1 to 2 lb beefsteak tomatoes. Sweet rich flavor. Indeterminate.
Higher sugar content than any other grape tomato. 65 days to mature. Indeterminate.
Wedding: Heirloom. Produces 1 lb tomatoes. Very juicy. Determinate.
Heirloom. Large 1 lb fruits. Performs well in short season areas. Indeterminate.
Heirloom. Larger fruit than Roma. Measures 3.5-4 inches in length. Indeterminate.
Ripen to pale yellow and are sweet. Indeterminate.
Heavy crops of crispy and sweet tomatoes. Indeterminate.
High yields of 10 oz meaty fruits. Indeterminate.
1 oz fruits that grow in clusters of 12 to 15. Indeterminate.
Heirloom. Sweet fruits about 7 oz. Indeterminate.
Produces medium sized 7 oz fruits. Indeterminate.
Produces clusters of 2-3′′ fruits. Indeterminate.
Fruits are golden yellow and weigh about 1/2 oz. Indeterminate.
Sweet red tomatoes grown in clusters. Indeterminate.
With the exception of onions, root vegetables are best grown by seeds and are easy to grow.