Mar 31, 2011

Top Fruits, Vegetables, and Herbs for 2011

 From Better Home sand Garden Newsletter
Try these brand-new, mouthwatering varieties that offer better flavor are easier to grow, or have other features perfect for your garden and kitchen.

By Justin W. Hancock
'Green Envy' Tomato 'Green Envy' stands out on the dinner plate! It bears a big crop of 1-inch-long emerald-green cherry tomatoes. The fruits have a meaty texture and sweet, juicy taste.
Name: Tomato 'Green Envy'
Growing conditions: Full sun and moist, well-drained soil
Days to maturity: 70
Type: Indeterminate
Source: burpee.com
Available from seed: Yes
Photo courtesy of burpee.com
Learn more about tomatoes.

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