Hattie’s Garden Plants

Hattie’s Garden grows a marvelous range of vegetable plants, cutting flowers, bedding flowers and a multitude of herbs for the home-gardener. We are known for growing healthy vigorous plants which are ready to take off when you place them in the soil. They will make better growth than most box-store plants, and are healthier plants from the start.

As our plants become available for purchase, we will send out notification to let you know the details of what, where and when through out subscriber mailing list, as well as post on this website.

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For the next two weeks our hours at the Garden are as follows:

  • Tuesday, May 21, 10 to 3
  • Wednesday, May 22, 10 to 3
  • Thursday, May 23, 10 to 3
  • Tuesday, May 28, 10 to 3
  • Wednesday, May 29, 10 to 3
  • Thursday, May 30, 10 to 3

If you have any questions at all, please email Hattie directly for a prompt answer.

Plant Varieties

Below is a list of each variety of plant we grow.



  • Heirloom — Generally considered to be a tomato variety that has been passed down through several generations of family.
  • Hybrid — The result of intentionally cross-pollinating two different varieties of tomato.
  • Cherry — Small variety of tomato that is named for its shape which resembles a cherry.
  • Paste — Typically meatier and less juicy than other types, making them the best tomatoes for canning, sauces, and salsa.

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  • Hot Peppers — Gastronomically indispensable and they come in all shapes, sizes and colors.
  • Sweet Bell Peppers — Mild, sweet flavor, crisp and exceedingly juicy.
  • Other Sweet Peppers — Not all sweet peppers are bell peppers and they come in all shapes and flavors.

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Other Vegetable Plants

other veggies

  • Cucumbers — Quite pleasant in hot weather.
  • Summer Squash — Harvested while the rind is still tender and edible.
  • Lettuce — Garden lettuce is far superior, in both taste and vitamin A & C content, to supermarket brands.
  • Swiss Chard — Wonderful leafy green vegetable, closely related to beets and spinach.

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  • Basil — A flavorful, leafy green herb, that popular as a food seasoning, as well as uses in teas and supplements which may provide a range of health benefits.
  • Hardy — Specifically chosen because they are either cold tolerant, or winter hardy in our climate.

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  • Asian — Typically sweeter in flavor, vary more in shape and color than the American eggplants.
  • Italian — Suitable for cutting in to giant slices to grill or eggplant parmesan and such dishes.

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  • Zinnias — The hardest-working flower in the summer garden.
  • French Marigolds — A must-have for both vegetable and flower gardeners.
  • Other Flowers — These include beautiful Cosmos, the gorgeous cutting or bedding flower Gomphrena, and lovely Nasturtiums.

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Please feel free to e-mail Hattie with any questions you may have.