It's a tie: Golden Giant Amaranth and Matt's Wild Cherry Tomato.
-Require little work.
-Are bug and disease resistant.
-Are highly productive.
-Are very nutritious.
-Have a better than a 95% chance of producing a crop.
-Grow well on poor soil.
-Are not as troubled by cool, wet Springs or hot, dry Summers as most garden plants.
These are the 2 crops I'm going to plant the most of next year. I figure 2, 20 ft. rows of Matts Wild Cherry will give me 50lbs.+ of tomatoes over a long season. I figure 200 sq. ft. will give me 50 lbs.+ of grain at harvest as well as several lbs. of very nutritious leaves for soups, stews, and stir fries over a long season.
After harvesting and drying the seed, I'll check for germination and offer a pack of each for $5, shipping included. I'll throw in a pack of Lemon Drop hot pepper seeds as a bonus. If you'd like to know when it's ready to ship email me at:
and I'll let you know when it's available.
If you are a member of iDigMyGarden(I post as EdlinUser) or HomesteadingToday(I post as woodsy_gardener)and you don't have $5, PM me for my address and I'll be glad to send you the seeds for a SASE.