Vegetables

What does organic mean at Popes?

Our organic vegetables are from OMRI listed organic seeds,  Planted in OMRI listed organic seed starter, Transplanted into OMRI listed organic plantable pots Filled with OMRI listed organic soil (with beneficial mycorhizza), Fertilized with OMRI listed organic fertilizer.  All grown right here by someone you trust!

All of our vegetables are grown right here in our greenhouses with no sprays or pesticides and will be ready mid-April.  We grow varieties we know will do well here in south jersey because we've been growing them here for thirty years!

 

Tomatoes  ALL NON GMO  28 varieties available.

Beefsteak, Better Boy, Better Bush, Big Beef, Big Boy, Organic Big Rainbow, Organic Black Krim, Organic Black Prince, Bush Early Girl, Celebrity, Chef's Choice Pink & Orange, Organic Cherokee PurpleOrganic Early GirlOrganic Great White, Jet Star, Jubilee, Juliet, Old German, Orange Zinger, Rainbow Blend, Rutgers, Roma,
Organic San Marzano, Organic Striped German, Sunsugar, Supersonic, Supersteak, Supersweet 100s, Sweet Million, Organic Yellow Pear    

Heirlooms;

   Black Krim   Black Prince   Cherokee Purple    Lemon Boy    Marianna's Peace      San Marzano     Striped German 

Cherries;

Juliet (Grape)   Sunsugar     Super Sweet 100         Sweet Million

 

Beef Types;

Big Beef   Big Boy   Supersteak

All the rest;

Better Boy,   Better Bush,  Celebrity,   Early Girl ,     Roma,      Rutgers,      Supersonic

 

Peppers   ALL NON GMO   16 varieties available.

Hot;

   Anaheim Chili, Cayenne, Cherry Bomb, Ghost, Habernero, Hole Mole, Italian Long Hots, Jalapeno, Serrano, Thai Hot     

Sweet;

Bell Boy, California Wonder , Chocolate Beauty,Cubanelle, Golden California Wonder , Hungarian Wax, Lady Bell, Pimento, Red Knight, Yolo Wonder

 

As well as all these vegetables;

Arugula, beans, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cauliflower, collards, cabbage, kale, cantalope, corn, cucumbers (10 types), eggplant (5 types), leeks,   lettuce (5 types),mesclun, onions, peas, pumpkin, radish, squash, string bean, swiss chard, waterelon, zucchini and more herbs than you can count!