(VFN) Compact plants grow 3-1/2’ tall and produce huge, red, 3-4” fruits. Bears consistently up … 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 here for the K-State Vegetable Garden Planting Guide.
Click the categories to filter by veggie type.
Bigger, heavier, blockier with better disease resistance than the original Bell Boy. 4” x 4” … Continued
This heirloom muskmelon was developed by a Japanese market gardener in California around 1920 and … Continued
Grown in the ground or a large patio container, the variegated green and white leaves … Continued
As its name suggests, this heirloom pepper originated in Hungary. Easily confused with the similar-looking … Continued
Caraway has a thick, tapering root like that of a parsnip, and the leaves resemble … Continued
This relative of the artichoke has edible roots and stalks, but you won’t want to … Continued
This massive shade tree is the pecan producer of the industry. Lustrous, dark green foliage … Continued
Makes a fine, ferny and fragrant low groundcover tolerant of dry conditions. Tea made from … Continued
Cultivated by the Native American tribe, productive plants produce rose to purple colored, 12–16 oz … Continued