This variety was developed for higher yields and improved sweetness (30 times sweeter than cane sugar). 60 days from transplant. As a natural sweetener it can be used fresh, dried, as a liquid or granulated.
The skin of the 4 - 5” bulbs dry to a deep maroon red. 107 days from transplant. Strong upright plants stand up naturally to foliar diseases, producing single centered bulbs with excellent interior color.
Maturation days: 107 days
Grow on temperature day: 55 - 60 degrees fahrenheit
Deep cabernet leaves even at the seedling stage make Bull's Blood a striking, easy-to-grow addition to spring and fall salad mix. Plant extra for round red beets that develop a pink and red striped zoned interior.
Can also be grown overwinter in mild winter climates. Plant in early August to harvest for your Thanksgiving feast. This dependable, cold-hardy hybrid produces stocky towers of tender round Brussels sprouts sweetened by frosts in the fall.
Free of GMOs (genetically modified organisms), chemicals and pesticides: Yes
Harvest in 12 to 14 days. Fill a shallow tray with 1/2 in. Sow seeds thickly on the surface and keep moist. Grow in indirect light. Of sterile sowing medium. Chia microgreens can be grown indoors year round for a nutritious addition to salads.
Free of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), chemicals and pesticides: Yes
Maximum Time to Bloom / Harvest (weeks): 14
Product Depth (in.): 0.1
Seed Type: Vegetable
Mature Height: Plants need short daylength (12 hours) to initiate seed development, so it is difficult to produce seeds in the north.
But when picked green just before frost, the fruits keep for up to 4 months, and the flavour improves with storage. Kim at Richters grew it in her garden and says that it is very prolific: one or two plants are all that is needed.
It is easy to grow, cost efficient, and will allow the deer to stay happy while not consuming your hard work! You will receive between 50 and 1M organic seeds of the following varieties; SPINACH CORVAIR F1 (250 sds), BEAN PROVIDER (50 sds), LETTUCE HEIRLOOM...
Well known fodder plant that allows that yields well even on poor land, alfalfa can be harvested multiple times in one season for hay or silage. An early "super crop," it transformed agriculture by providing an abundant and nutritious feed for livestock.
Enjoy the harvest. Contains 1-Pack each of Italian flat leaf Parsley, Red Acre cabbage, Early Green broccoli, Red Russian Kale, Cherry Radish, and Colorful Beet mix. Continue your garden into the cooler weather with our Organic Fall Season Planting Collection.
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Very easy to grow. This is a "radish green" grown for its spicy leafy greens and not for bulbous stems typical of other radish varieties. Also excellent as a microgreen. The fresh greens, with their pink stems and smooth lobed leaves, are gorgeous when...
Purple has orange flesh, red has high lycopenes, yellow, white and orange have flesh of the same colours. A beautiful blend of purple, red, orange, yellow and white -- five different varieties in one blend.
Keeps its buttery sweetness well even in the heat of summer and is more bolt-resistant than other butterhead varieties. A long time favourite of gardeners with crisp, dark green, reddish-tinged leaves and a yellowish-white heart.
High Resistance to Downy Mildew 1 - 8, 16 - 27, 29 & 32 and Lettuce Dieback Complex. A unique color combination for salad mix, hearts or plating. This early to market variety has an open habit and smooth butterhead-like leaves of deep intense red on the...
The flavour is mild and very pleasant. Compared to lettuce, a plant like this with abundant leaves for the taking makes a lot more sense for gardens. Medicinally, the plant contains mucilage and is used for its soothing, anti-inflammatory and laxative...
Cover with 1/2 in. Round, smooth, delicious radish. Of fine soil; firm lightly and keep evenly moist. Retains good eating quality for a long time. Sow thinly in rows about 6 in. In frost-free areas, SOW in the fall.
Sow in early spring. Can even be grown in containers. Spicy leaves are excellent in mixed salads or alone, and they are delicious steamed and tossed with sesame oil and soy sauce or stir fried with ginger and bok choy and chicken.