Ultimate Veggie Pizza Garden Collection

Ultimate Veggie Pizza Garden Collection

Sauce and Toppings!


Seeds
Item # 26249
Available to begin shipping on Apr 3, 2019.
Was :$17.25
SALE $14.95

Everything you need to deliciously sauce and flavor homemade pizza and other Mediterranean treats! This collection brings you 6 packets of superb vegetables and herbs to perfume the garden and delight your palate!

Easy to grow in full sun, the vegetables and herbs in this collection all harvest in summer, need full sun and good soil drainage, and produce reliably. You will find them a pleasure to grow, and you may just have to repeat the whole experience next year!

Tomato San Marzano: The classic Italian sauce tomato is a very heavy producer, starting later in the summer than most others but continuing well beyond them, too. The fruit is 4.5 to 5 ounces and packed with rich, meaty, aromatic tomato flavor.

Tomato Supremo: A widely-adapted Roma tomato that grows well in warm, cool, and temperate climates. It sets its crop of extra-large plum tomatoes all at once, simplifying canning and saucing. Unbeatable disease resistance!

Onion Candy Hybrid: The ideal all-purpose onion, with a touch of short-day sweetness as well as long-day pungency. This "mid-day" onion can be grown successfully in all climates, and is very dependable.

Pepper Park's Whopper II Hybrid Bell: A home gardeners' favorite for many years, this sweet bell is now even better! Thick walled, crisp, juicy peppers are peppery and sweet, just right for slicing into rings or stuffing and baking. 4 inches long and wide, they are the kings of the bells!

Basil Large-leaf Italian: Big, flavorful leaves really scent the garden on this large, well-branched plant! The classic for Neapolitan cuisine, it brings you more basil than ever on every stem!

Oregano: The garden is wreathed in spicy-sweet perfume when Oregano is growing! This long-lived perennial is a beautiful flowering plant and a natural pest repellent as well as a yummy seasoning. For strongest flavor, pick the leaves before the flowers arise in midsummer