Cilantro flavor and fragrance with ferny foliage similar in appearance to dill. Open, frilly leaves … Continued
browsing plants: grow food!
Grow your own healthy, fresh, pesticide-free food.
Start with organically grown plant starts from Vinland Valley Nursery!
Plants are grown in the following standard sizes — see lists for specifics. Other sizes are priced as marked.
• Veggie plants are grown in 3.25″ pots.
• Herbs are grown in 3.25″ tan pots, 4.5″ pots, and quarts.
• Berry bushes, and vines are grown in quarts and #2/#3 nursery containers.
• Fruit trees are grown in #5/#7 nursery containers.
• Click here for seed pack availability. We offer Bentley Seed Company and Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds. We have seed trays and domes!
All plants are grown using organic potting mix and fertilizer. We control pests using predatory insects and biologicals, and resort to OMRI approved pesticides only in extreme circumstances.
Click the categories for price lists and plant descriptions.
Spiny coriander, Ngo gai, Mexican coriander. Tastes like cilantro. Can be frozen or dried. Used … Continued
Imported from Italy with 8 to 10” long fruits. Ripens to a gorgeous red at … Continued
The American hazelnut or filbert is native to the eastern United States. Tasty nuts are … Continued
Great herb for Caribbean cuisine. Loves hot, summer weather. Nice in containers and baskets, plants … Continued
Silver-grey needle-like foliage smells like curry-delightful to brush against in the garden. Not commonly used … Continued
Delicious, easy to grow, tangy dill provides both seeds and greens to flavor many foods. … Continued
Rounded oval crown, grows to 35-60’ tall. Edible persimmon fruits up to 2” in diameter … Continued
Fuzzy gray-green leaves on branched stems covered with hop-like pods and lavender-pink flowers summer through … Continued
Distinct red veins color the foliage of this 15″ highly ornamental but also edible vegetable. … Continued
Dark green, tapered fruits grow 3” long and turn from green to red. A hot … Continued
Leaves make a flavorful addition to salads, cole slaw, and dressings. Plants produce seed the … Continued