Genuine Faux Farm




For every vegetable produced at GFF, there are numerous varieties we grow. When we find time, we share our observations about cultivars we have tried on these pages.

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Below are some of our writings on vegetable varieties that may be of interest:


Sweet Siberian Watermelon

2014 Veg Variety Top 5

  1. Listada de Gandia Eggplant
  2. Purple Beauty Pepper
  3. Gypsy and Belstar Broccoli
  4. White Wing Onion
  5. Scarlet Ohno Revival Turnip
  Boothby's Blonde cucumbers

2012 Veg Variety Top 5

  1. Boothby's Blonde Cucumber
  2. Jade Green Beans
  3. Gypsy Broccoli
  4. Black Krim Tomato
  5. Purple Majesty Potato
  Boothby's Blonde cucumbers

2010 Veg Variety Top 5

  1. Bronze Arrowhead Lettuce
  2. Music Garlic
  3. Black Summer Pok Choi
  4. Kolibri Kohlrabi
  5. Tiger Eye Dry Bean
  Bronze Arrowhead lettuce

2009 Veg Variety Top 5

  1. German Butterball Potato
  2. Pablo Lettuce
  3. Chioggia Beet
  4. Jaune Flamme Tomato
  5. Quadrato asti Giallo Pepper

2015 Veg Variety Top 5

  1. Blizzard Snow Peas
  2. Minnesota Midget Cantaloupe
  3. Ailsa Craig Exhibition Onion
  4. Jaune Flamme Tomato
  5. Chervena Chushka Sweet Pepper
  Wapsi Peach tomato

2013 Veg Variety Top 5

  1. Wapsipinicon Peach Tomato
  2. Boothby's Blonde Cucumber
  3. St Valery's Carrot
  4. Northern White Garlic
  5. Italian Heirloom Tomato
  Wapsi Peach tomato

2011 Veg Variety Top 5

  1. Black Valentine Green Bean
  2. Bloomsdale Spinach
  3. Pintung Long Eggplant
  4. Bronze Arrowhead Lettuce
  5. Misato Rose Fall Radish
  Green Beans

2008 Veg Variety Top 5

  1. Dr. Wyche's Yellow Tomato
  2. St Valery Carrot
  3. Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch Kale
  4. Crispmint Lettuce
  5. King Richard Leek
  Dr Wyche tomato

2007 Veg Variety Top 5

  1. Jimmy Nardello's Frying Pepper
  2. Mountain Sweet Yellow Watermelon
  3. Italian Heirloom Tomato
  4. Sweet Genovese Basil
  5. Burgess Buttercup Winter Squash
  Jimmy Nardello's Frying Peppers

updated 4/30/16

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