Introduced over 40 years ago, this melon has the best dessert quality flavor. Approximately 25 seeds per packet. Ready to harvest in 86 days. Ambrosia Hybrid Cantaloupe is a proven Southern performer and has been recommended by all 15 of the South State...
✓ Ground covering vines produces 6 in. fruit that weight 5 lbs.
Because of its tender skins, it requires no peeling. For the best flavor, harvest these eggplants when the skin is still shiny. The word Shikou is Japanese for supreme, which perfectly describes this outstanding eggplant.
✓ An attractive choice for edible gardens and containers
Bright Lights is easy to grow and germinates in 7-10 days. Bright Lights Swiss Chard beautiful colors are rich with fiber and vitamin K. Approximately 50 seeds per packet. Chard can be sauteed, added to soups or chopped finely in a salad.
✓ Beautiful new selections from an old heritage variety in shades of orange, pink, red, white and yellow
✓ Delicious, nutricious and colorful addition to a soup or salad
Shows tolerance to downey and powdery mildew and is highly tolerant to cercospora leaf spot. For the very best, sweetest flavor and tenderness, harvest beets when they are 3 in. Approximately 85 seed per 15 ft.
✓ Beta vulgaris red Titan
✓ Grow a better garden with Gurney's-best for flavor & performance
✓ Plant seeds 3 in. apart and cover with 1/2 in. of soil
Ready to harvest in 80 days. Approximately 100 seeds per packet. Orion Fennel's large, rounded bulbs are white to a very light green color and 3 to 4 in. Orion offers heavier, more dependable yields than open-pollinated varieties.
✓ Prefers well-drained, enriched soil
✓ Germinates in 14-days; ready to harvest in 80-days
Gives you more than generous yields. Ready to harvest in 75 days. Approximately 1,500 seeds per packet. Danvers Half Long Carrot produces blocky-topped, tapered roots that chunk up nicely at 6 to 7 1/2 in.
✓ Prefers light, fertile, deeply cultivated, well-drained, sandy loam soil and a pH of 5.5-6.8
✓ Germinates in 10-days to 15-days; ready to harvest in 75-days
Easy to maintain. Ready to harvest in 80 days. Hannah's Choice Hybrid Cantaloupe is the top choice for fresh eating. Approximately 25 seeds per packet. Very sweet and holds its flavor in tough seasons.
✓ Approximately 25 seeds per packet
✓ Very sweet, rich in flavor and high quality
✓ Ground covering vine produces a 6 in. fruit that weights 4 lbs.
✓ Prefers warm, well-drained soil that is high in organic matter with a pH of 6.5 to 7.5 and plenty of moisture
Green leaves with prominent veins and flower bracts with lavender flowers. This variety of basil will produce a tempting cinnamon scent and flavor. The tempting cinnamon scent makes it the perfect candidate for drying for use in potpourris.
Bright ruby stems complement yellow pods with faint blushes of red and beautiful blossoms. In depth, rich, fertile, well-drained sandy soil. Seeds germinate in 7-days to 12-days and harvest begins 65-days later.
This vigorous plant is a hardy producer. Ready to harvest in 75 days. Athena Hybrid Cantaloupe is a favorite across the U.S. It is a early maturing Eastern melon that has consistently delivered great color, flavor, aroma and firmness.
✓ Cucumis melo Athena
✓ Approximately 25 seeds per packet
✓ Salmon-colored flesh stays firm well after harvesting
Melon will be devoured in no time flat. Deep crimson flesh is bursting with sweetness. Fine-grained flesh with small seeds. Approximately 30 seeds per packet. Disease resistant. Ready to harvest in 88 days.
✓ Citrullus lanatus crimson sweet
✓ Plant the seeds 4 ft. apart and cover with 1.5 in. of soil
✓ Resists fusarium wilt and anthracnose
✓ High sugar content with very few, small seeds, bright deep red flesh
The seed tape is 15 ft. Buttercrunch Lettuce is a compact butterhead-type that's productive, heat tolerant and slow to bolt. Ready to harvest in 65 days. Mildly flavored leaves. L and has approximately 360 seeds.
✓ Plant the seed tape 1/4 in. D, in rows 12 in. apart
Also known as Santo Cilantro, this variety tolerates heat better than others having been bred for maximum leaf production without bolting. In mild climates it can be sown in the fall for spring production.
(Fragrant sumac; Lemon sumac) Native North American shrub with citrus-scented foliage. The leaves, roots and fruits are astringent and can be used for colds, stomachache, diarrhea, dysentery, and as a gargle for sore throat.
Ease of Germination: Difficult/Special Treatment Required
(Flue-cured Tobacco; Bright Tobacco) Commercial variety grown in Ontario, developed by crossing Delgold, the longtime industry standard, with an American variety. Improvements include lower nicotine content and better resistance to disease.
Thick, crispy green leaves with exceptionally sweet flavor. Can handle creamy salad dressings, making this variety popular for growing as full size heads or for baby salad mixes. It has good heat resistance for summer growing and holds up well in cool...
✓ Heat resistance for summer growing and cool fall conditions
✓ Independently tested for high germination rates and purity, meets or exceeds federal standards
✓ Thick, crispy green leaves can handle creamy salad dressings