Specific charges will be displayed during checkout.Cut the plants near the base when most of the green color has turned brown and the seeds are hardening (no longer milky).If anything you purchase from us proves unsatisfactory, we will either replace...
(150 lb./acre). Organically grown. Plant in a rich, well-drained soil that is high in organic matter. Frost sensitive - plant in late spring when soil is warmer. Most roots are in the top 8" of soil, but some taproots can penetrate up to 6' giving the...
Mixed to meet our farm manager's preferred percentages of 70% peas and 30% oats. Peas provide nitrogen and organic matter; oats act as a nurse crop and trellis for the peas. Both will winter kill in northern areas if oats are not allowed to re-seed.
Compact grower! Plants have a rounded and upright habit, with clean, grass-green foliage and lovely white flowers in early spring. Great for eating fresh, but be sure to set aside some of your harvest for truly special jam or jelly.
Butter & Sugar is the standard among bi-colored sweet corns. Maintains its quality in the field up to 5 days after maturity. Excellent quality! 75 days. An early bi-color sweet corn with excellent quality.
Grow large crops of tasty, unique berries. Upright growth habit. Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area. These members of the honeysuckle family produce clusters of elongated berries with a high level of antioxidants...
Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering. Released by the Cornell University breeding program. Self-pollinating. May be covered by U.S.P.P. #16571 or other patents.The USDA hardiness zones...
High nitrogen fixation and great bee forage. This is only marginally winter hardy, but grows more rapidly than normal alfalfa. Specific charges will be displayed during checkout.Sow the seeds at the time and rate specified in the product description.
Good for braiding. Each bulb contains several cloves for planting. Harvest when lower leaves turn brown. Actual quantity may vary depending on bulb size.The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates.
The long, slender, blunt-tipped lobed peppers begin lime-green, then pass through all shades of orange and red before fully maturing to a rich mahogany brown. The flavor is complex and satisfying, neither too hot nor too sweet for most palates.
45 days (on average). Specially selected to resist bolting and keep their flavorful crunch right into summer, the outstanding lettuces in this mixture will keep you in fresh leaves three seasons out of the year! We have chosen 7 varieties for this blend,...
Harvest Season: Early Fall, Early Spring, Early Summer, Late Fall, Late Spring, Mid Fall, Mid Spring
Even without a trellis Climbing Trip-L-Crop tomatoes will out-yield other varieties. Cover thinly, then pack firmly and water. These items are useful when starting seeds indoors for transplanting: Jiffy-7 Peat Pellets Peat Pots, 2 1/4'' round Peat Pots,...
Grow attractive, purple-blue double flowers. Originates from Holland in 1983. Cold-hardy and Heat-tolerant. Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering.
These bite-sized, small alpine berries offer a mix of unique flavors not found in standard red strawberries. Grow in full sun to part shade. Everbearing and productive, our alpine types make up in fruit numbers what they lack in fruit size.
Your plants next season will benefit from this year's crop of Maxibel Beans, too! But for nonstop fresh eating all season, simply succession-sow the seeds, beginning when the soil warms in spring and continuing every 2 to 3 weeks into early summer.
Harvest Season: Early Fall, Early Summer, Late Summer, Mid Fall, Mid Summer
Days To Maturity: 59
Foliage Color: Dark Green
Additional Characteristics: Edible, Direct Sow, Easy Care Plants, Soil Builder
Many a gardener got his or her start pushing a zinnia seed into an egg carton planter or little plastic pot as part of a school project! All they ask is good soil drainage, plenty of sunshine, and adequate water.