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(OP) 98 days. Larger, longer ears than standard strawberry popcorn making for a good pack out. Husk colors are a mixture of beige, burgundy, reds, and streaked. 5-6’ stalk height with good standability. Fantastic yields. Plant seeds 1” deep in most soils; 6-8” apart in the row: and at least 30” apart between the rows. Plant in blocks of 4 rows or more for good pollination. Plant when soil temperatures are 60 degrees F or above. Fertilize well. Harvest when husks are dried. Approximately 250 seeds per ounce or 4,000 seeds per pound
(HY) 72 days. Early maturity, high quality and widely adaptable. 15-18”H vigorous plants produce large uniform 5” green blocky bell fruits with medium thick, sweet mild flesh. Turn orange and then bright cherry red at maturity. Ideal quality for both markets and home gardeners. Great in containers! Approximately 6,610 seeds per ounce or 105,870 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 60 days. Colorful addition to any plate! Beautiful Italian 2-3” round beet with unique alternating red and white rings within a scarlet skin. Flesh is very tender, mild and sweet. Mild flavored 12” tops are green with red-striped stems that can be eaten raw or cooked and are an excellent substitute for spinach. Approximately 1,500 seeds per ounce or 24,000 seeds per pound
(OP-Perennial) 75 days. Vigorous grower with a nice “just right” garlic flavor. 18-20”H plants produce slightly wider, flatter and more refined leaves than other varieties. Pretty white flower stalks emerge late in the season making this an edible that can serve a dual purpose as an ornamental. Excellent culinary herb for use in stir-fries, soups, compound butters and garnishes. Bees and butterflies love the blooms!
Standard (50%), Tested (10/2018), Germ (31%)
1/32 oz was $2.65 now $1.15
1/8 oz was $4.95 now $2.95
1 oz was $9.35 now $6.95
1/4 lb was $31.75 now $26.95
1 lb was $101.95 now $86.70
(OP) 95 days. A colorful mix of green, yellow, orange and white with a unique daisy pattern on the stem end of the fruit. Provides a cornucopia of beautiful 3” x 2” gourds in all shapes. High Yielding. Developed by Larry Eckler of Niles, MI. Best planted when the soil has a constant temperature of 60 F. Plant 1” deep, 2’ apart in the row and rows 6’ apart. Best NOT to overpopulate. Fertilize at planting and again at flower set.
Dial Compost Thermometer
Easy to read stainless steel thermometer with 19" probe, specifically designed for compost.
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Digital Moisture Meter
This sleek updated design offers an instant and easy to read digital format. It checks soil moisture where it counts: at root level. Monitoring a plant's soil moisture level helps prevent over and / or under watering. Batteries required and included.
Digital Soil pH Meter
The slender redesigned meter style provides an easier to read, instant digital read-out. It measures and displays the acidity / alkalinity of garden and container soil. Batteries are required and included.
(HY) Indeterminate. 57 days. A favorite slicer for decades! High yielding plants bear extremely early large clusters of bright red, meaty 4-6 oz. globe to slightly flattened fruits. It’s hard to find this scrumptious rich tangy flavor in newer hybrids. Frequently the last tomato to stop bearing at the end of the season! Plant again in late summer for a huge fresh crop of “fall tomatoes.” Perfect for salads, sandwiches and canning. Requires staking or cages. (FW 1&2, V) Approximately 9,980 seeds per ounce or 159,770 seeds per pound
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