Plant another strawberry variety to improve fruit production.The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates. Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area.
When ready for transplanting, simply plant the peat pot in the larger container. Available in various quantities in two different sizes, round or square. Start your own cuttings and small transplants in peat pots filled with soil.
Not only are they healthy for pets, they could also be grown for you. Eating these dark green shoots aids the digestive system. Cats love it! This combination of wheat and oat grass is just what the kitty ordered.
These neon-red flowers, clustered thickly atop tall, upright plants, begin in late spring or early summer and just won't stop until autumn is underway! The Cha Chatm series is free-flowering and vigorous, and Cherry may be the boldest and brightest of...
Foliage Color: Dark Green, Medium Green
Light Requirements: Full Sun
Bloom Start to End: Late Spring - Late Fall
Restrictions: Canada, Guam, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands
Extremely hardy variety delivers 4-5 inch pods -- many with double pods. Dynamic plant grows to over four feet tall. Holds its color well during cooking. Oregon Sugar Pod II reliably produces lare yields of delicious snow peas.
Corn and beans are traditional pumpkin companions in a Three Sisters planting; other good friends in the pumpkin patch are nasturtiums, marigolds, oregano, and dill, all of which help repel pests such as squash beetles.
All it asks is a late-winter pruning right down to the ground. It makes a terrific street planting, since drought and poor soil are no issue. This is important not only from an ornamental standpoint (the branches make fantastic additions to fresh bouquets!),...
Additional Characteristics: Bloom First Year, Easy Care Plants, Fast Growing, Fragrance, Free Bloomer, Hummingbird Lovers, Long Bloomers, Pruning Recommended, Rose Companions
Deer resistant plants add interest to the mixed border, in mass plantings, or as fillers in containers. Drought tolerant and easy to maintain once established, it can benefit from being pruned back every few years to encourage bushier growth.
Enjoy the firm, nutritious berries as a snack or instant dessert; and they're superb in a pie, mousse or sorbet. Growing 4-8', the plants form a sturdy hedge with the canes supporting pounds of fruit without a trellis.
May be covered by U.S.P.P. #25628 or other patents.The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates. Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area.
Keep the planting site free of weeds and let your strawberries grow!The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates. Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area.
Each panel is 14½ inches wide and 48 inches high. After harvest, just hose the pen clean and fold it for compact storage until next year. Once you try this durable and easy-to-use support, you'll wonder how you ever got by without it! Set of 3.
Restrictions: Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands
Additional Characteristics: Plant Supports, Tomato aids
Plants grow 2 1/2 - 4'' tall. 7-9'' pods! Emerald Green Velvet produces large yields of 7-9'' dark green pods that stay tender all the way to maturity. For years, a favorite of southern gardeners who have made okra a staple of their cooking.
Mature in only 78 days! Planting guide: Plant in rows 2 1/2 to 3 feet apart. Drop seed every 5 to 6 inches and cover with 1 inch of soil. There are 2 strains of this most wonderful eating two-color corn.
Use 2 pots for an 8- to 10-inch pot or basket, and all 3 for a 12-inch or larger container. These annuals stand up to heat, humidity, and periods of drought beautifully. Instant color for the patio, entryway, or garden! This combination of 9 plants (3...
And the disease-resistant, glossy, dark green foliage stays lovely even when not adorned with blossoms. 'The Fairy' may begin blooming a week or two later than most roses, but oh, does it ever make up for lost time! This rose truly does have a magic all...