There's no mistaking the striking blooms of Blue Zebra when they appear in the shady areas of your garden. To promote increased blooming, remove spent flower heads regularly. Exceptionally long flowering, these unique primrose bloom throughout the early...
Spread: 8 inches.
Pruning: Remove spent flowers.
Depth: Set at the same level it is at in the container. Firm and water in thoroughly.
Prices start at : 6.99 USD / apporx 20 seed per packet
Fruit that are resistant to cracking and early blight. Enjoy rich, old-fashioned, true tomato taste with our improved version of Big Beef. Sure to become a home garden favorite, Giant Beef offers larger yields of big 12- to 16-oz.
Zone: 3 - 9.
Spacing: 18 - 24 inches between plants, 3 - 5 feet between rows.
Roses are hungry and our phosphorus-rich fertilizer delivers. Encourages healthy roots with large blooms and disease resistance for hybrid teas, floribundas, shrub roses, heirlooms, English beauties and more! 1½ - 2 cups per plant.
It takes experience to judge the best time to pick for use as green shell peas, but the straw-colored dry pods are easy to distinguish when harvesting for dry bean storage. Soak overnight to reconstitute.
Border your full sun to partial shade landscape with a gorgeous mix of 100 premium bulbs that include Gladioli, Liatris, Peacock Gladioli, Perfumed Lilies, Freesias, Iris and French Anemone.
Depth: Bulbs are planted at a depth of 3 times their size. Small bulbs are planted at 3 inches deep and large bulbs are planted about 6 inches deep.
Comments: This premium collection of 100 bulbs provides elegant, season-long blooms perfect for bouquets and more. Enjoy a rainbow of colors and textures, each contributing something unique to the mix: gladioli and liatris provide rear height and drama, while peacock gladioli and perfumed lilies fill the center with cheery blooms for mass appeal. Last but not least, fragrant freesias, iris, and French anemone create a punch of low-growing color as the front border.
Dark green summer time foliage turns burnished copper in winter. Adds height and texture to dried arrangements. Does well in full sun to partial shade. Ornamental clumps, 3-4 ft. Stately plumes wave 5-7 ft.
Growth Rate: Slow growth first season while establishing; moderate to fast thereafter.
Form: Upright clump.
Soil Requirements: Well-drained average soil.
Comments: Stately plumes wave 5-7 feet in the air. Dark green summertime foliage turns burnished copper in winter. Ornamental clumps, 3-4 feet high, bloom in autumn. Adds height and texture to dried arrangements. Does well in full sun to partial shade.
Self-pollinating. Ripens mid to late Aug. Quik-Cal Pelletized Calcium, 12 oz. Li'l-BIGtm Deluxe fruit trees also include our innovative tree support, recommended for all Li'l-BIG trees.
Zone: 5 - 8 (-10° F.).
Spread: 18 feet standard, 12 feet semi-dwarf.
Depth: Plant with graft union 2 inches above the soil surface.
Fruit: Mild, slightly tangy freestone fruit with dark redskin and golden flesh.
Foliage: Dark green, long narrow leaves.
Pruning: Nectarine trees need to be pruned to optimize fruit production and allow light into the tree. Most home gardeners do not prune their trees enough. Pruning encourages new growth and shapes the tree. Prune nectarines hard, removing most of the previous year's growth. Fruit will be produced on the previous year's wood, so leave enough to ensure a good crop, but not overburden the tree. Removing interior branches opens up the tree and allows sunlight to penetrate to lower branches.
Color: Double pink or blue blooms. In alkaline soils, the stars are pink; in acidic, they're blue.
Comments: Gorgeous, lacecap clusters of small double pink or blue blooms shine against the handsome, lush, dark green foliage. If soil pH is alkaline, the white blooms will have a pink star. If soil pH is acidic, the star at the center of each flower will be blue. This deciduous shrub makes a beautiful specimen or accept plant in a partially shaded landscape, or plant several en masse or as a hedge for big impact. Blooms on old wood in spring and on new wood in summer and into fall, creating a long season of color. Flowers also add elegance to fresh bouquets and dried arrangements. Little pruning is necessary, but flowers more prolifically if spent blooms are removed.
Pruning: Remove faded flowers to encourage more, repeat blooms. Generally, it requires little pruning. If needed, prune immediately after flowering by cutting back flowering stems to a pair of healthy buds. Remove weak or winter-damaged stems in late winter/early spring.
Flower Form: Gorgeous lacecap clusters of small blooms.
Light Required: Part shade. Tolerates full sun only if grown in consistently moist soils.
Red-skinned potatoes with delicate yellow flesh have a taste and texture unlike any you have tried before! This wonderful early season variety is high yielding and semi-moist, with moderate resistance to scab.
True wasabi, unlike the wasabi paste offered at some sushi chains or groceries, has a unique, complex flavor with fragrant peppery heat, followed by a smooth, sweet finish that does not leave a burning sensation.
Foliage: ornately heart shaped green leaves
Light Required: It grows best in heavy shade
Comments: Spice up your meals with wasabi. This native Japanese plant is used in many culinary preparations. True wasabi, unlike the wasabi paste offered at some sushi chains or groceries, has a unique, complex flavor with fragrant peppery heat, followed by a smooth, sweet finish that does not leave a burning sensation. Wasabi is also believed to have anti-inflammatory, anticoagulant, anticancer and antibiotic properties.
Our research team describes the flavor as "blueberries with an attitude." Sunrise and Early Blue don't have the bitterness sometimes found in other varieties. Sunrise is the more vigorous than Early Blue and grows 3-4 ft.
Comments: Start fruit season with intensely flavorful honeyberries. Our Sunrise variety is early ripening, vigorous and produces lots of blue berries that are jam-packed with a wonderful sweet-tart flavor. They don't have the bitterness sometimes found in other varietes. Fruits ripen just ahead of strawberries in late May-June. Our research team describes the flavor as "blueberries with an attitude". Because they are early ripening, ther are virtually no pests or diseases that bother the fruit-and no sprays are needed. Resistant to leaf burn. Bushes grow 3-4 feet tall. Another variety is needed for pollination, and we recommend the early ripening Early Blue. Growing 2-3 feet tall, Early Blue will pollinate three Sunrise honeyberry plants. Bareroot.
Great for all culinary uses, but our personal favorite for irresistible scalloped potatoes. Regarded by potato lovers as one of the best eating varieties available. This yellow-fleshed German cultivar has the taste and texture of delicious, delicate new...
Form: Upright vining.
Depth: 3-5 inches deep.
Seed Count: 2 lbs. of seed potatoes. If a seed potato is over 1 inch in diameter, you can cut them into pieces, leaving 1 - 2 eyes per piece. 2 lbs. of seed potatoes will make approximately 10 - 15 potato sets when cut and will plant a 15 foot row.
Height: 24 - 36 inches.
Soil Requirements: Prefers well-drained, light, deep, loose soil, high in organic matter. Perform best in acid soil with pH 4.8 - 5.5. Needs plentiful, consistent moisture during the growing season.
Fruit: Oblong to round tubers with smooth yellowskin.
Comments: Dark green, flat, up to 6 inch long pods, resistant to Fusarium wilt race 1, Powdery mildew. Very high yields of extra large pods, perfect for fresh use as well as processing, good sweet taste, tender texture, performs very well in the garden.
Easy to pick; withstands drought. Big green berries ripen to pale pink for tempting pies and preserves. No. 1, 2-year plants. A year at maturity. Bears the second year, yields 4-6 qts.
Spread: 4 feet.
Growth Rate: Medium growth rate.
Comments: Fruit is soft, juicy, and high in sugar. Rich, pink flesh. Vigorous and productive. Practically thornless. Fruits hang in clusters on long slender stems one inch below the branches and small thorns. Mildew and drought resistant. Good choice as an edible ornamental. 2 year old wood is most productive.
The small eyes and thin skins make peeling easy! An excellent potato for boiling and salads. These seed potato sets may be stored several weeks longer prior to planting and will produce up to 20% more than precut potatoes.
Fruit: Smooth, round with shallow eyes, nearly round, thin red skin with white fine quality flesh.
Depth: 3 to 5 inches between plants and 30 to 36 inches between rows.
Comments: Compact plants, ideal for small gardens. Top quality cooking spuds. Very disease resistant. Heavy yields. Earliest maturing. Does not do well in soggy areas. Fertilize at planting time. Mound soil over row as plants emerge to protect tubers from turning green in sun. Harvest after tops turn yellow. Can be stored at 40 - 50 degrees F. (cooler temps turn starch to sugar and warmer temps may cause them to sprout).* SPRINKLE A TABLESPOON OF 10-10-10 FERTILIZER IN THE SPACE BETWEEN EACH POTATO PIECE. DO NOT APPLY THE FERTLIZER DIRECTLY TO THE POTATOES AS IT CAN BURN THE TUBERS. AFTER PLANTS ARE 8 - 10 INCHES TALL, USE A HOE AND PILE SEVERAL INCHES OF SOIL UP AROUND THE STEMS; THIS IS CALLED HILLING. THIS PREVENTS EXPOSURE OT THE SUN WHICH CAUSES TUBERS TO BECOME GREEN AND INEDIBLE.Unable to ship to: AE, AK, GU, HI, ID, MT, PR.
Seed Count: 2 lbs. of seed potatoes. If a seed potato is over 1 inch in diameter, you can cut them into pieces, leaving 1 - 2 eyes per piece. 2 lbs. of seed potatoes will make approximately 10 - 15 potato sets when cut and will plant a 10 - 15 foot row.
Vibrant flowers bloom against glossy, dark green foliage all summer long. Good disease and deer resistance. Tall, it makes an impressive hedge or accent plant. Also can be grown in a container.
Blooms: All summer long.
Depth: Set plant at the same level it is growing at in the container, firm soil and water thoroughly.
Spread: 4-5 feet
Form: Naturally rounded shape. Compact-fits in smaller spaces.
Pruning: Remove spent flowers to encourage reblooming later in the season. Flowers on new growth, so pruning should be done in late winter. Prune to maintain a desired shape, and to remove dead and broken branches. Late winter.
Why buy a Standard Deluxe or Li'l Big Deluxe package - Deluxe fruit trees include 2 oz. Bag of Fruit Tree Food Starter Formula and a premium tree guard to protect the trunk for gnawing pests, weed trimmers and mowers.
Zone: 5 - 8 (-10° F.)
Height: 22 - 25 feet. 6 feet for Li'l BIG.
Pruning: There are normally two goals when pruning an apple tree: 1. Initially on young trees to encourage a strong, solid framework. 2. On mature trees to maintain shape and encourage fruit production. The best time to prune apple trees is in late Winter or very early Spring before any new growth starts.
Fruit: Medium-large, conic-round shape, long stem, excellent sweet-tart flavor.
Exhibits good disease resistance. This newer Virginia type has higher levels of oleic acid, giving it a longer shelf life. US PVP 201500288 Delicious for roasting. Produces higher yields than other Virginia types, and his jumbo pods have larger seeds...
Yield: Produces higher yields than other Virginia types.
Light Required: Full sun.
Flower Form: Small yellow flowers.
Depth: 1 1/2 inches
Soil Requirements: Well-drained, loose, sandy soil; avoid heavy clay soils.
Looks amazing when used as a focal point planting or integrated into a mixed perennial border. Deer and other garden pests tend to avoid this fast-growing hibiscus variety. Plant in full sun to partial shade for best results.
Flower Form: Large 8 - 12 inch diameter blooms that are open saucer-shaped with overlapping petals. Prominent pistil and stamen.
Blooms: All Summer into early Fall.
Light Required: Full sun to partial shade.
Depth: Plant the crown 1" below soil level.
Height: 4' - 5'.
Comments: Huge, 9" red flowers catch the eye, while heat and humidity tolerance ensure blooms even in the midst of summer. As if the large brilliant red blooms aren't spectacular enough, the tinted, deeply dissected foliage puts this plant over the top. Dark green foliage has a rich red-purple cast. The sturdy stems also exhibit the attractive red-purple coloring. The combo of blooms and foliage is sure to please anyone looking for big bold color for their landscape or garden setting.
Prices start at : 6.99 USD / approx. 15 seeds per packet
Fruits are good for fresh eating, salads and cooking into sauces and pastes. It exhibits strong disease tolerance. A top choice for warm climates, Tribute Hybrid Tomato bears high yields of large to extra-large, 8-10 oz.