All Comox Valley Winners
Productive, sweet and good storage quality.
canadian Crookneck butternut
RED kuri squash
hilda romana pole BEAN
2017 - Long and thin, and super delicious!
Long Green Chinese Pole BEAN
2015 - Also called the 4 season bean. The dried white bean seeds are delicious too.
rocdor bush BEAN
2020 - Delicious and freezes well.
green bush beans
2018 - Joan's collection of All Comox Valley Winning Green Bush Beans (Provider, Maxibel, Tendergreen), along with the 2016 All Comox Winning Brown Teddy Bush Bean.
brown teddy bush BEAN
2016 - Great fresh as well as dried! This bean was developed 23 years ago right here in the valley. Always productive, and delicious as a dry bean in soups, refried or baked.
Lucy's Early Pinkies Bush BEAN
2020 - This bean developed right here in the valley produces a delicious dry bean, great for making refries, soups and chiles.
2015 - holds up well in summer, but plant in April to get seeds. It does not like to bolt!
Rouge D'Hiver Romaine LETTUCE
2016 - great all year round, but late spring and early summer is the best time for it.
Sergeant Oakleaf Lettuce
2019 - 45 days to eat, and grows year round.
Sergeant Oakleaf Lettuce
amish paste TOMATO
2019 - grows as a vine, so needs a Trellis. Great slicing or in a spaghetti sauce!
ardwyna paste TOMATO
2019 - grows on a vine so needs a trellis. Delicious and great for slicing or making sauce.
Saucy (Roma) bush TOMATO
2017 - 60 fruits per bush, early too.
La Roma bush TOMATO
2017 - The best for salsas and very productive. Developed in 1950 for the home gardener.
Speckled Roman Bush TOMATO
2017- beautiful and delicious.
Valencia Bush Slicing TOMATO
2016 - from Maine. Low acid and sweet
Pollock Bush Slicing TOMATO
2017 - developed by John Pollock in Northern B.C. from the Bonny Bell. Early and productive.
Siletz Slicing Bush TOMATO
2017 - developed in Oregon, so likes cool summers. Delicious.
Basel Bieter Roeteli cherry TOMATO
2020 - this is a productive and tasty (a real tomato flavour) vining cherry tomato.
Black Cherry TOMATO
2015 - heritage from the Ukraine. Productive vine, so needs a trellis. Delicious and sweet.
Red Russian Kale
2016 - winter hardy. Produces seeds during its second summer.
2015 - Soft, large leaves that grow well through the summer heat, perfect for smoothies or for sautéing. After the winter, they grow back very curly, making them even better for kale chips. One of the few kales that produces new leaves through the winter months. 50 days to maturity.
Black Zucchini Squash
Sugar Snap Peas
2020 - productive and very sweet