Plant Sales

See the list below to help get your garden planning going.

 Certified Organic Transplants
for your home garden.

What makes our Transplants special?

B & H starts all the plants from seed.  One hundred percent of the seed we purchase for starting the plants is Non GMO and 90% of the seed is Certified Organic.  We use nutrient rich certified organic potting soil and our own worm castings.   The plants are fertilized with only organic fertilizers.  We give your plant the best organic start before they will be transplanted into your garden.



When to plant?

Click here for a printable Vegetable Planting Guide

How to purchase 2020:

*Due to the current situation we are offering prepay and pickup only.  
At this time we are setting up an online store for plant orders. We apologize for the inconvenience but we are trying to create a more efficient way to process orders.

You can order and pay by clicking ORDER PLANTS below. New plant orders will be delivered May 16th. Due to demand we had to make another round of plants and needed to stagger deliveries. We thank you for your patience. Don’t worry you shouldn’t plant the warm season plants till then anyway.

To reserve plants for pick up at another date please email bhorganics@gmail.com or call 484-955-1098 with your list.

 FIRST DATE OF AVAILABILITYVARIETYDESCRIPTIONS
    
  SPRING GREENS 
 APRIL 11TH RAINBOW CHARDA wonderful all season green that loves hot weather.  Great for eating as baby in salads or steaming.  Ruby, White and Golden.
    
 APRIL 11THKALE- LACINATOaka Black Kale, Tuscan Kale, Dinosaur Kale, Flat leaf Kale.   A tender kale with great flavor.  The bugs love this kale as much as we do, but the flavor is worth it.
    
 APRIL 11THKALE- RED RUSSIANBlue green leaves with a purple stem.  Very tender leaves with a sweet flavor.
    
  BROCCOLI / CABBAGE 
 APRIL 11THBROCCOLI – GYPSYWell domed medium sized heads and plentiful side shoots for a longer harvest.
    
 APRIL 11THCABBAGE- GREENGreen – 3-4 lb head of cabbage is the perfect size for a home gardener.  This is a sweet green cabbage with thin leaves suitable for eating raw or cooking.
 APRIL 11THCABBAGE – SAVOYSavoy- Savoy type cabbage that heads up at about 4 pounds.   This is a great cabbage that is sweet and stores nicely.  A beautiful addition to the garden.
 APRIL 11THCABBAGE – REDRed- Early maturing red cabbage of 3-4 lbs.   Dark red color.  Short – term storage.
    
    
  SALAD GREENS 
 APRIL 11THLETTUCE – BUTTERHEADHeat tolerant variety with superior flavor and texture. It has a well-blanched heart surrounded by red-tinged outer leaves.
 APRIL 11THLETTUCE – ROMAINEKnown for its great taste and texture.  This variety produces heavy, tall heads averaging 11-12″ in height.
 APRIL 11THLETTUCE – RED LEAFExcellent heat tolerance.  Slow growing uniform heads of red frilly leaves and green stalks.
 APRIL 11THSALAD MIXA hardy mix of lettuce varieties.  An attractive balance of color and leaf types create an eye-catching, all-around pleasing mix for the garden.
    
 APRIL 11THSPINACHAn outstanding open-pollinated variety. Leaves are curled, long and narrow with a glossy, dark green color.
    
  PEAS 
 APRIL 11THPEAS – SNOWHighly productive variety produces smooth, stringless, 4” pods on plants averaging 30” tall.
 APRIL 11THPEAS – SUGARSNAPHeavy harvests of juicy, thick walled, 3” long pods. The pods get nice and plump with tiny, distinctively delicious peas on 2’ tall vines.
    
 FIRST DATE OF AVAILABILITYVARIETYDESCRIPTIONS
    
  BASIL 
 April 25thBASIL, ITALIAN24 – 30 inch tall plant get’s rave reviews for its sweetness.  Best basil for making pesto.
 April 25thBASIL, PURPLESame sweet basil taste as the green leaf but the beautiful purple color is great for garnishes and flower arrangements
 April 25thBASIL,THAIGreen 2 inch leaves have a spicy anise flavor.  Attractive purple stems and flowers.
 April 25thBASIL, HOLYHoly Basil is also know as Tulsi.  It is a wonderful adaptogenic herb which is great for teas and curries.
 April 25thBASIL, LEMONA small leaf with a bright lemon scent.  Great for tea, brightening up pesto or a Caprese salad.
    
  CUCUMBERS 
 April 25thCUCUMBER – MARKET MORE8-9 inch fruits are your standard slicing cucumber.  Produces well in heat and has great disease resistance.
 April 25thCUCUMBER – PICKLING3-5 inch fruits are great for canning or fresh eating.  Compact vines with small leaves make for easy picking
 April 25thCUCUMBER- LEMONSmall, rounded, pale yellow cucumbers that resemble lemons.  These cucumbers are sweet and do not taste like lemons.  Thin skins do not need peeling.
    
  EGGPLANT 
 April 25thEGGPLANT – ROSA BIANCAPink and white Italian Heirloom eggplant.  Round medium sized fruits are the creamiest eggplants we have ever tried.
 April 25thEGGPLANT- ORIENT EXPRESSDark purple Asian type eggplant.  The slender fruits are more abundant and earlier than any other variety.
 April 25thEGGPLANT – BLACK BEAUTYStandard Italian with high yields. Medium to thick skin is deep purple, and glossy.
    
   SWEET PEPPERS 
 April 25thRed Knight57 days green, 77 days red. Hybrid.  Large, thick walled peppers are quick to ripen.  Plants produce consistent fruits.
 April 25thLunchbox, OrangeMini-sized bell peppers perfect for snacking or stuffing. Strong upright plants that yield well.
 April 25thPURPLE BEAUTYSpecialty variety with dark purple skin and bright green interiors. Sturdy compact plants are loaded with medium-sized peppers.
 April 25thSWEET SUNRISEBlocky, dark-green fruit ripens to yellow/orange.  Sweet and fruity flavor.
    
 April 25thCARMENSuper sweet frying pepper.  Great for salads or grilling.  Upright plant -which benefits from trellising.
  HOT PEPPERS 
NEW THIS SEASONApril 25thAJISweet peppers which look and taste like a habanero but without the heat.  AKA Caribbean seasoning peppers.
 April 25thSERRANOHigh yielding plant with 3 inch fruits.  Great eaten green or red.  This is a HOT pepper.
 April 25thPOBLANOMildly hot pepper traditionally used for stuffing or dried to make Ancho chilis.  Thick walled black-green pepper.  Tall plants benefit from trellising.
 April 25thHABANEROSuper hot pepper.  Plants produce abundant 2 – inch orange fruits.
 April 25thRING OF FIRECayenne. This is a hot, hot pepper. Ring-O-Fire matures earlier and has a glossy sheen with a fire engine red color. Prolific and dependable.
 April 25thHUNGARIAN HOT WAXMedium hot pepper with banana shaped fruits.  Great for frying to pickling.
 April 25thJALAPENOMedium hot peppers.  Early maturing traditional sized fruits
 April 25thFRESNO4in long thin walled pepper.  Mildly spicy and sweet.  Great for stir fries and sauces.
New this seasonApril 25thGUAJILLOTall strong plants yield smooth 7-8in fruits. Used dry for sauces and seasonings such as mole.
 FIRST DATE OF AVAILABILITYVARIETYDESCRIPTIONS
    
  RED TOMATOES 
 April 25thCOSMONAUT VOLKOVStandard red tomato with a perfect blend of sweet and tart. Fruits can range from 8-12 oz and are slightly flattened with a healthy red color.
    
 April 25thBIG BEEFLarge early ripening beefsteak tomato. Full flavor fresh market tomato.
 April 25thNEW GIRL“The first to bear, and often the last to finish!”  early fresh flavored red slicing tomato.
    
  CHERRY TOMATOES 
 April 25thSUNGOLDSweet, bright tangerine-orange cherry tomatoes. Vigorous plants start yielding early and bear right through the season.
 April 25thJULIETA small roma type tomato that is great for eating fresh or sauces.  Excellent production and disease resistance.
 April 25thBLACK CHERRYOne – inch fruits average 1-1 1/2 oz, and are great with the sweet, rich, full flavor common to all of the Russian black tomatoes.
 April 25thMATT’S WILD CHERRYDeep red cherries are smaller than average with an exceptional flavor many consider the best.
 April 25th AMY’S SUGAR GEMHUGE yields of small red fruits. Larger than a cherry, these 1-2″ round fruits live up to their name…sweet as sugar!
 April 25thINDIGO ROSE 2 – 2.5 oz cherry tomatoes. This variety is stunningly jet – black! As it ripens the underside turns from green to a rosy red.
 April 25thGREEN GRAPEGreenish yellow grape tomatord which form on a short plant.  The fruit is sweet and is a great addition to a colorful tomato salad.
 April 25thYELLOW PEARThis tall and vigorous vine produces large quantities of small, mild flavored, lemon yellow fruits.
New this seasonApril 25thDWARF – BRANDYFREDHeirloom dwarf sized tomato plant producing fruit similar to Brandywine.
    
  PASTE TOMATOES 
 April 25thSAN MARZANOClassic Italian paste tomato with rich, complex, sweet flavor essential for making traditional Napolitano sauces and whole canned tomatoes.
 April 25thAMISH PASTELarge for a sauce tomato, 8-12 oz. with excellent flavor. These meaty tomatoes are good in salads and great for processing.
    
  HEIRLOOM TOMATOES 
 April 25thGREEN ZEBRASucculent, sweet and zingy. Medium-sized, 4-5 oz fruits start out pale green with dark green stripes that soften and turn yellow when ripe.
  April 25thCHEROKEE PURPLEMedium dusky black fruits with dark shoulders.  Deep rich flavor.  Dependent beautiful heirloom.
 April 25thGARDEN PEACH2 oz yellow fruits blush pink when ripe and have thin fuzzy skins somewhat like peaches. Relatively early, prolific, soft-skinned, juicy and very sweet.
 April 25thRADIATOR CHARLIE’S MORTGAGE LIFTER1-2 pound pink beefsteak fruits. Exceptionally meaty and typically crack-free. Great old-fashioned tomato flavor.
NEW THIS SEASONApril 25thJAPANESE BLACK TRIFLEBlack tear drop shaped fruits which are black on the bottom with green shoulders.  The perfect mix of sweet and acid flavor.
 April 25thPAUL ROBESONThe fruit is maroon colored with green shoulders and meaty red flesh. The highly productive plants producing 1 lb fruits.
 April 25thPINK BRANDYWINEThe large, beefsteak-shaped fruits grow on unusually upright, potato-leaved plants. The fruits set one or two per cluster and ripen late- but are worth the wait.
 April 25thSTRIPED GERMANThe flat, medium to large, variably ribbed-shoulder tomatoes are shaded yellow and red. The marbled interior looks beautiful sliced.
New this seasonApril 25thVALENCIAHeirloom, round and smooth yellow slicing tomato.  Excellent tomato flavor.
 April 25thINDIGO APPLE 
    
    
  TOMATILLOS 
 April 25thTOMATILLO – VERDEEarly-maturing, large, flat-round green fruits. Use in salsa or Mexican cooking.
    
  SUMMER SQUASH 
 April 25thZUCCHINI – GREENHigh yielder of dark green, straight zucchini.
 April 25thPATTY PANProlific yielder of yellow scalloped fruits, with light green on the blossom end.
 April 25th ZUCCHINI – GOLD 
    
  HERBS 
 APRIL 11THDILLGood seed and leaf yields. Edible seeds and greens flavor many foods. Popular addition to sauces and a must for making pickles.
    
 APRIL 11THCILANTROSanto is a slow-bolting selection grown for its leaves.
    
 APRIL 11THITALIAN PARSLEY / FLAT LEAFLarge dark green leaves with a great aromatic flavor.