Seeds for Bulgarian vegetables

Seeds for Bulgarian vegetables and other plants are available from the major seed catalog company Burpee, Amazon and other websites.

- Tomato, Druzba. Enjoy this Bulgarian heirloom whose name means "friendship." From Burpee: Beautiful heirloom tomato with perfect form! We've never seen such a beautiful heirloom tomato. It's up to 4" across, perfectly formed, pure red and smooth-skinned. And this wonderful mini-beefsteak has superb flavor. Indeterminate vines assure a long season of harvest, much larger than other heirloom beefsteaks.

- Bulgarian Triumph Tomato. Bulgarian Triumph is a little tomato with a big taste. Considered one of the best fresh eating tomatoes available today. Bulgarian Triumph is a prolific producer of red, thick-walled, 2-4 oz. fruits born in clusters of 8-10. Fast & Easy to grow - 90% plus Germination Rate. Related: Bulgarian Triumph Tomato Seeds - Tomato Growers Supply Company and Bulgarian #7 Tomato Seeds - Tomato Growers Supply Company

- Bulgarian Carrot Pepper. 18-inch plants produce abundant crops of 3" long fruits that ripen to yellow-orange, quite hot yet fruity. Crunchy flesh adds color and sizzle to chutneys and salsas. Excellent when roasted. 70-80 days from transplant; hot. Related: Bulgarian Carrot Pepper Seeds - Tomato Growers Supply Company

- Bulgarian Pepper Seed, Chervena Chushka. Bulgarian heirloom traditionally used for roasting; also delicious eaten fresh. Flesh is sugary sweet. Robust plants produce large tapered fruits measuring 2" wide by 6" long. Fruits ripen from green to brown to vivid red, 85 days from transplant; sweet.

- Bulgarian Geranium, Geranium macrorrhizum is a species of hardy flowering herbaceous perennial plant in the genus Geranium, Geraniaceae family. It is native to the South east Alps and the Balkans. Its common names include bigroot geranium, Bulgarian geranium, zdravetz and rock cranesbill.

The seeds are available from Ebay: Cranesbill Bigroot Bulgarian Geranium G Macrorrhizum Seeds Versatile New | eBay

Here is how a painting of the plant:


Geranium macrorrhizum - Wikipedia


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