Stop by Saturday, June 6 from 9 AM to 2 PM for our Two for One Plant Sale! No appointment is necessary.
Buy one tomato plant, get another one free. Buy one four pack of zinnias, get an additional 4-pack free. Yes, buy one of anything and get another free.
These are healthy, healthy plants and we have out done ourselves.
Hattie’s Garden is are sitting with a full greenhouse of plants, and realize we may have overshot the mark. We have been so excited at how many of you are growing home gardens this year, that we just couldn’t stop planting. So many plants, so little time to plant them while they are in wonderful shape!
And do not forget, there is nothing that can’t be grown in a container!
Hattie will be here to answer gardening questions.
All our peppers are available this week in 4″ pots at $5 each.
Sweet Bell Peppers — See our Sweet Bell Peppers section on the website
- Gilboa Orange — loaded with thick-walled crunchy squat bells, as many as a dozen per plant, with an engaging fruity flavor.
- Purple Beauty — productive, attractive deep purple bell
- Revolution — large yields of large sized bell peppers.
Sweet Peppers — See our Sweet Peppers section on the website.
- Cubanelle — this yellow-green to red tapered fruit is prized for a sweet, mild flesh that is growing in popularity because of its rich flavor and pretty colors for frying and cooking.
- Lipstick — small, thick skinned, extra sweet and juicy
- Carmen — wonderful Italian sweet frying pepper
- Boldog Hungarian Paprika — pick red and dry, grinding into sweet paprika, string decorative ristras or enjoy fresh
- Sweet Banana –you know this one! Produces lots and lots of 6-8” thin-walled banana shaped peppers that are great raw (or cooked).
Hot Peppers — See our Hot Peppers section on the website
- Habenero — our hottest pepper for this season at 200,000 to 325,000 Scoville units
- Czech’s Hot Black — mild heat, small and beautiful
- Jalafuego Jalapeno — excellent variety
- Pablano — known as Ancho when dried
- Thai Hot — very hot at 80,000 Scoville units
- Cayenne — amazing looking 8-10” long thin-fleshed fruits taper to a skinny tip; 30,000 to 50,000 Scoville units
All are in 4″ pots and are $5 each. See our Eggplant page on the website.
- Galine — early bell-shaped Italian style eggplant.
- Rosa Bianca — Sicilian heirloom, rich and mild
- Rosita — Italian style, perfect for eggplant parmesan, frying, baba ganouj, etc.
- Ping Tung Long — popular open-pollinated Asian eggplant
- Orient Express — productive Asian eggplant
All are in 4″ pots and are $5 each.
Hybrid Tomatoes — See our Hybrid Tomato section on the website
- Juliet — Small paste or large grape tomato.
- New Girl — Produces medium sized 4 to 6 ounce fruits nice and early in the season.
- Big Beef — Old-time tomato flavor.
Heirloom Tomatoes — See our Heirloom Tomato section on the website.
- German Johnson — Sweet and delicious Brandywine type, but with much better yields.
- Czech’s Bush Tomato — Sold out, more coming in two weeks. This is one stocky little plant. Sometimes classified as a “dwarf,” you can grow this plant in the ground, but it is excellent for container growing.
- Cherokee Purple — With a rich, complex sweet flavor you find in only your sophisticated heirlooms.
- Pineapple Bicolor — The gorgeous, delectable Pineapple heirloom tomato is one of our absolute favorites to grow and eat.
- Jubilee Orange Tomato — Perfect for salads, salsas, cooking, canning and making tomato juice.
Paste Tomatoes — See our Paste Tomato section on the website
- Opalka Paste — meaty red paste tomato with few seeds.
- San Marzano Paste — famous Italian plum tomato.
- Amish Paste — great flavor for cooking, canning or fresh eating.
Cherry Tomatoes — See our Cherry Tomato section on the website
- Sun Gold — A perfect combination of deep sweetness with a hint of acid tartness.
- Yellow Pear — Popular, sweet, tasty and crack-resistant little pear-shaped goodies.
- Tommy Toe — This heirloom from the Ozark Mountains is excellent in salads or for juices.
- Black Cherry — Two-bite cherries with the dusky color and complex flavor typical of the best black tomatoes—juicy and delicious.
- Sunpeach — Delicious pink cherry tomato (sister variety to Sun Gold).
- Super Sweet 100 — Classic sweet, red cherry tomato.
See our vegetable page on the website.
- Black Zucchini — 2 cells w/ 2-3 plants each, $3
- Sunburst Pattypan Squash — 2 cells w/ 2-3 plants each, $3
- Arkansas Little-leaf Pickling Cucumber — 2 cells w/ 2-3 plants each, $3
- Marketmore Slicing Cucumber — 2 cells w/ 2-3 plants each, $3
- Mixed lettuce — small 4-packs are $4 each
- Arugula, multiple plants for cutting — small 6 packs are $4 each
See our flower page on the website.
- Profusion Mix Bedding Zinnias — small 4-packs are $5 each
- Benary Giant Mix Zinnias — all Zinnias are ON SALE this week for $5 4-pack!
- Benary Giant Zinnias — large 4-packs were $7, now $5 available. Colors are Coral, White, Wine, Lime, Purple, Yellow, ink, Red, Salmon, Orange.
- Oklahoma Mix Zinnias — large 4-packs were $6, now $5
- Pumila Mix Zinnias (aka Cut ‘n Come Again) — large 4-packs were $6, now $5
- Double Click Cosmos Mix — large 4-packs are $6 each
- Lemondrop Marigolds — small 4-packs are $4 each
- Brocade Marigolds — small 4-packs are $4 each
- Gomphrena, Purple — small 6-packs are $5 each
- Jewel Nasturtium — 4-packs are $6 each
- Nasturtiums in 8″ pots — are $10
See our herb page on the website.
- Thai Holy Basil — one of the best herbs to prepare the heart and mind for spiritual practices, treat colds and flu, relieve various skin conditions, and reduce fever. In 4″ pots for $5 each.
- African Basil — use it make pesto, to sprinkle over roasted potatoes and to flavor drinks and salads. In 4″ pots for $5 each.
- Rutgers Devotion Basil (DMR – Downy Mildew Resistant) — authentic flavor and appearance, this Genovese-type basil is compact, but highly productive. In 4″ pots for $5 each.
- Rutgers Obsession (DMR – Downy Mildew Resistant) — an attractive compact Italian Large-leaf variety with slightly spicy notes. In 4″ pots for $5 each.
- Summer Savory — primarily a culinary herb used in many dishes, including lentils, beans, chicken and beef soups, eggplant, stuffings, sausage, sauerkraut, liver, and fish. In 4″ pots for $5 each.
- Greek Oregano — if you want to “true” oregano, Greek oregano is the one to plant. In 4″ pots for $5 each.
- Sweet Marjoram — use as you would oregano for a bit milder, sweeter, delightful flavor in 4″ pots for $5 each
- Mojito Mint — genuinely Cuban, this spectacular culinary herb provides the distinct, aromatic and complex taste to the celebrated beverage. In 4″ pots for $5 each.
- Patchouli — a member of the mint family, this popular scent is a real throwback to the 60s and 70s. This bushy herb will grow to 2.5 feet. Use the leaves in various ways, as insect repellent, perfume, aromatics. In small 6-packs are $4 each
- Lemon Balm — A member of the mint family, with broad leaves and a pleasing lemony scent. In 4″ pots for $5 each.
- English Thyme — this savory herb is a versatile seasoning for soups, chicken, seafood, vegetables, and sauces. In 4″ pots for $5 each.
- Echinachea — an ornamental medicinal beloved by butterflies, birds and bees in 4″ pots for $5 each.
- Krausa Curly Parsley — the nicest curly parsley I have grown, plants easily grow a foot tall, giving you large bunches for repeated cuttings. In 4″ pots for $5 each.
- Dill — small 6-packs are $4 each
- Chives — hardy culinary chives, will enjoy a bit of shade in our climate in 4″ pots for $5 each
- Rosemary — a very good culinary variety and grows to a nice size in 4″ pots for $5 each
- Berggarten Sage — premium common garden sage with large leaves. In 4″ pots for $5 each.
Directions to Hattie’s Garden
Hattie’s Garden is located at 31341 Kendale Rd in Lewes approximately 3 miles from Plantation Road (also known as Rt. 1D), coming inland on either Robinsonville Rd. or Beaver Dam Rd (Rt. 23 South).
Kendale Rd. is a short road (0.6 miles) between Robinsonville and Beaver Dam Road. The house is fifth on the left from Beaver Dam Rd, and has a large fence in front of it with purple trim.
When you arrive, allow us to come to your car window for your list. We will pull the plants for you at that time, answer any questions you may have, and give you an amount due. You may write us a check then, or mail a check later, or request to be invoiced.
Yours in the Garden and in the Greenhouse,