Plants & SeedlingsThis is our current inventory based on availability. Prices & varieties subject to change.
All of Growin’ Crazy Acres plants and seedlings are heirlooms and organically grown, free of pesticides, synthetic chemicals and fertilizers. Most everything we grow is grown from our own seeds that we’ve saved ourselves. Although we are a growing operation, our quantities are limited but we make every effort to meet the needs of our customers. We want you to have what you need when you need it!
Pre-Orders & Reserves
Because the quantities of our plants and seedlings are limited, we happily accept orders for and will reserve plants and seedlings as well as anything else we offer for our customers convenience. Orders are filled first then any plants or seedlings we have available and unspoken for can be reserved for pick up at the Hernando County Farmer’s Market.
I will have limited varieties and sizes available. I do not grow every type every season. If I do not have what you want in stock, I can start specific types for you. Just email or fill in the form below. I will email back with a pick up date. I Do Not ship plants at this time.
Below is a list of the varieties I have available. Next to it is the approximate number of weeks it takes from seed if I start them for you. Example; if you would like to plant out Tomatoes March 1st, order Mid january.
Size options: 6 pack $6 (must be ordered) – 3 pack $5 – individual plants $2 and up Sizes and prices are subject to change
Usual planting dates: Spring/Summer crops (February-August)
Fall/Winter crops (Aug.-Jan.) In Florida we can grow almost all year long so plants can be ordered at any time. See the Planting Guide for specific dates.
Tomatoes 4-6 weeks: San Marzano, Chadwick Cherry, Roma, Egg Yolk, Homestead, Cherokee Purple, Yellow Pear, Brandywine, Ukrainian Purple, Everglade, Chocolate Cherry
Peppers 6-8 weeks : Cayenne, California Wonder Bell, Red Marconi, Golden Marconi, Buran Bell, Mini Bell, Hungarian Sweet Banana, Sweet Paprika, Jalapeno, Scotch Bonnet, Thai Hot
Eggplant 8-10 weeks : Ping Tung, Florida High Bush
Lettuce 4-6 weeks: Romaine, Lolla Rossa, Rossa di Trento, Webbs Wonderful
Swiss Chard : Ruby Red, Fordhook Giant (white)
Kale 4-6 weeks: Lacinato, Red Russian, Blue Curled
Broccoli, Cabbage, Collards 4-6 weeks
Okra 4-6 weeks: Cajun King, Star of David, Jing Orange
Cucumbers 3-4 weeks: A&C, Suyo Long
Orangeglo Watermelon 3-4 weeks
Bush Beans 4 weeks: Contender, French String Bean, Goldmine Wax, Burpee Green Bush, Black Turtle black beans
Peas 4 weeks: Sugar Ann Snap Pea, California Blackeye Pea
Squash 3-4 weeks: Seminole Pumpkin Squash, Waltham Butternut Squash, Yellow Straightneck Squash
For information on any of these varieties see the seed catalog
We do not require a deposit for small orders. Large orders do require a small deposit which is determined at the time you place your order. The deposit can be mailed or dropped off at our booth on Saturdays at the Hernando County Farmer’s Market.
Orders and reserves that are not secured with a deposit and not picked up by agreed date will be sold on a first come first serve basis.
Pre-orders are required at the beginning of the season. Special orders are needed at seed starting time.
How to Order
To place an order, reserve plants or ask a question just fill in the form to the left and we will get back to you within 24 hours.
Or call Desiree’ : 352.650.7343
Where to Pick Up Orders
Orders can be picked up at the Hernando County Farmer’s Market. We’re there every Saturday, 10am – 3pm, year ’round – RAIN OR SHINE! If you can’t make it to the market you can come out to the farm. (by appointment only)
HERNANDO COUNTY FARMER’S MARKET
2468 Commercial Way • Spring Hill, FL
(in the parking lot of the Rural King)