Plant out in late spring or early summer, after the last expected frosts, and give some protection from the cold for at least their first few winters. Varieties of the species include the Nevada agave and Kaibab agave.
* The fruits are egg shaped and about 4-10 centimeters long. The tree usually forms a single upright trunk with lateral branches. * seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on in the greenhouse for at least their first winter.
* A distinctive conifer , a member of the ancient and now disjointly distributed family Araucariaceae. * Grows slowly and in proper growing conditions has a long life. * In the wild, it may grow to as much as 200' tall.
* It is native to south-east Queensland with two small disjunct populations in northern Queensland's World Heritage listed Wet Tropics. * Starchy and delicious, it has the texture of a waxy boiled potato with the flavour of chestnuts.
Long, pear shaped paste variety, produces 10 oz. Red fruits on a vigorous indeterminate plant. Excellent for use in canning, pastes, or sauces. One of the few paste tomatoes that also tastes great fresh.
A great way to promote interest in science. Well known and especially interesting for children. * When grown from seed, plants take around four to five years to reach maturity and will live for 20 to 30 years if cultivated in the right conditions.
Highly productive variety yields large, white soft-neck bulbs. Matures in approximately 100 days.A half-pound set of garlic contains approximately 4 bulbs. Each bulb contains several cloves for planting.
Everything you need to get your plants off to a great start! Planting guide: When growing herbs outside, seeds should be started indoors in boxes and transplanted to the open ground after danger of frost.
All sizes have 6-ft power cords. 9" x 19" mat holds a standard seed flat. 20-3/4" square mat holds two standard seed flats. These Heat Mats speed seed germination and stimulate root growth by keeping soil at about 70º F.
Developed in 1999, introduced in 2010. Second crop ripens in August. An early season blueberry with rave reviews! This vigorous Northern-Southern cross produces a heavy crop of sweet, juicy, berries early in the blueberry season — and, in mild areas,...
Shade/Sun: Partial Shade - Full Sun
Ripens/Harvest: First Crop Late May Or Early June, Second Crop August
These plants are also day-neutral, which means a heavy crop in early spring, lighter crops in hot summer weather, and increased size berries in fall. Their attractive, notched leaves, white flowers and jewel-toned berries make them the best strawberry...
Bring on those sweltering summer temperatures! The varieties in this collection were especially chosen for their tolerance of southern climate conditions like high heat and humidity, and will thrive in growing zones where other blackberries will struggle...
It is descended from R. Its climbing canes reach 12 to 14 feet tall, with fresh, healthy foliage. This Rose comes by its good looks and exceptional garden vigor honestly. Give it a sturdy trellis, wall, pergola, or other structure to climb, and let it...
Restrictions: Canada, Guam, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands
Mirai is considered to be the highest quality, sweetest, most tender corn you'll ever eat. The result is a corn that is higher in sugar content than some fruits. Stays fresh up to 6 weeks when refrigerated.
Weighing up to 2 pounds each, these fruits turn a deep, rich red when ripe. We've gathered three of the most popular heirloom varieties and grown the seedlings to perfection, ready to transplant easily into your vegetable patch and provide you with gourmet...
Uses: Beds, Containers, Cuisine, Outdoor, Vines and Climbers
Harvest Season: Early Summer, Late Summer, Mid Summer
Yum! Red-veined sorrel has a tart, sharp flavor, much stronger than you would expect from its small size and innocent apple-green freshness. Pick it as young as you like -- if you wait too long, it will become tough.