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caraway

Carum carvi

Caraway has a thick, tapering root like that of a parsnip, and the leaves resemble … Continued

cardoon

Cynara cardunculus

This relative of the artichoke has edible roots and stalks, but you won’t want to … Continued

pecan

Carya illinoensis

This massive shade tree is the pecan producer of the industry. Lustrous, dark green foliage … Continued

Caspian Pink

Solanum lycopersicum

Originally from Russia. Excellent for fresh eating! Indeterminate.

Celebrity

Solanum lycopersicum

(VFFNTASt) Medium-sized globe-shaped fruits are crack-resistant and average 7 oz. Semi-determinate.

Roman chamomile

Chamaemelum nobile

Makes a fine, ferny and fragrant low groundcover tolerant of dry conditions. Tea made from … Continued

Cherokee

Solanum lycopersicum

Cultivated by the Native American tribe, productive plants produce rose to purple colored, 12–16 oz … Continued

chervil

Anthriscus sylvestris

Also commonly called cow parsley! Native to the Middle East, southern Russia, and the Caucasus, … Continued

chestnut

Castanea mollisima

As the American chestnut succumbs to disease, the blight-resistant Chinese chestnut is gaining popularity. Trees … Continued

Chiltepin pepper

Capsicum annuum species

Wild chile native to Central America, Mexico, and southwestern US. Extremely hot, measuring between 50,000–100,000 … Continued

Chocolate Bell

Capsicum annuum species

A medium-large, very smooth 3 and 4 lobed fruits mature from green to a very … Continued

Chocolate Cherry

Solanum lycopersicum

Indeterminate vines covered with clusters of sweet 1” fruits, dark red with rich chocolate shading. … Continued