All-America Selections is pleased to announce that three patio/container tomatoes from Pro-Veg Seeds Ltd. from the UK (Fantastico, Lizzano and Terenzo) are now available to order in smaller quantities directly from A. P. Whaley LLC in Mount Horeb, Wisconsin. www.awhaley.com or phone 608-437-9081
Terenzo F1: Vigorous variety, well adapted for hanging baskets. Tidy low-growing, high yielding trailing plants, only 25 – 30 cm height. Very easy to grow cherry tomato with great flavour, quite resistant to cracking and easy to pick throughout summer.
Lizzano F1: The first late blight (Phytophthora infestans) tolerant cherry fruited semideterminate variety on the market. It produces vigorous, healthy plants. High yields of great tasting fruits, allowing continuous harvesting over a long period.
Fantastico F1: Grape-sized tomatoes, trailing determinate variety with an attractive bushy growing habit and some late blight (Phytophthora infestans) tolerance. Plants produce masses of sweet tasting fruits which have an excellent shelf life.
Another AAS Winner, Melemon, was temporarily unavailable for sale but is now readily available, direct from the breeder, Known-You Seed Co. Ltd. www.knownyou.com or email email@example.com Melemon F1: This early, high-yielding melon grows multiple fruits on healthy strong plants.
AAS Judges related the taste of this melon to honeydew, but with a surprising and delicious tangy sweet and tart taste.
Two classic AAS Winners that are garden favorites, Hansel and Gretel eggplants, are now available from PanAmerican Seed Company. These All-America Selection winning varieties have been acquired by PanAmerican Seed so that home gardeners and market farmers can continue to enjoy them well into the future. www.panamseed.com or phone 630-231-1400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hansel F1: Dark purple elongated fruit form in clusters and can be harvested as a miniature eggplant or when fruit reach 6-10 inches long. The highly productive plants can be grown inground or in a patio container. Much higher yielding and earlier maturing than OP varieties currently on the market.
Gretel F1: Clusters of white, tender, teardrop shaped fruit are borne on highly productive plants. Harvest as a miniature fruit or when they reach 4-6 inches long. Plants are slightly larger than Hansel but still can be grown in-ground or in a patio container. Delicious, bitterfree fruit can be prepared the same way as Hansel.