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Willhite Cap Tan on tan with full color embroidered front. Cotton twill front panels. Available fabric or mesh back panels. Structured. Mid to low crown. Velcro closure.
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Knife has stainless steel tempered blade. Overall length 5 1/2", blade length 4 1/2".
Willhite's Garden Planner is a handy, easy to use gardening slide chart. This unique chart presents gardening events in a "time phased" format so that it is possible to see at a glance the entire growing and harvesting period. It shows proper planting times relative to spring and fall frost dates for (21) common garden vegetables. The front of the chart shows spring season and the flip side acts as a guide for fall gardeners.
(OP) 80 days. Perhaps the best of our orange or yellow varieties. Very uniform in shape and size weighing 22-28 lbs. Has a dark green rind with a mottled stripe of lighter green. Sweet yellow flesh turns more orange as it matures and the taste improves with time. Large black seeds. Tougher rind makes this a much better shipping melon. Tolerant to Wilt and Anthracnos
Out of stock, please try again next season.
CROP FAILURE FOR 2017. WE WILL TRY AGAIN NEXT SEASON! 80 days. This melon is a round striped melon, very similar to the Crimson Sweet in appearance. It has a large black seed with a bright yellow flesh, very good taste. In size it would compare to Crimson Sweet, but perhaps would be a few days earlier.
(HY) 125 days. Short day. Exceptionally sweet, mild onion famously grown in Vidalia, GA! Sweetest, most versatile, most popular onion ever! Light-yellow, thick flesh with a flimsy papery wrapping. Excellent for slicing for sandwiches, onion rings, baking, salads and sauces. Stores well. Resistant: Pink Root Rot, Smut. Approximately 8,800 seeds per ounce or 140,800 seeds per pound.
(OP) HEIRLOOM. Indeterminate. 78 days. One of the prettiest tomatoes in the garden! 8’ plus tall, vigorous vines bear enormous quantities of small ¾-1 oz, 1-2”L lemon yellow, pear-shaped bite-sized fruits with few seeds. Extremely old variety has a deliciously mild yet tangy flavor. Known to dependably bear fruit through the sizzling summer weather. Requires stakes, cages or a trellis. Beautiful in salads. Perfect for summer party hors d’oeuvres. (F 1&2, V) Approximately 11,500 seeds per ounce or 184,000 seeds per pound
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 75 days. Improved strain of California Wonder. Larger and more Tobacco Mosaic Virus resistant. Compact, spreading, 24-28”H plant produces 4-4 ½” x 4”,sweet, thick fleshed, 3-4 lobed dark green pendant fruits. Mature red fruits are the sweetest! High yields. Dense foliage protects against sunscald. Holds up well for baking and stuffing. Ideal for salads and eating raw. Approximately 4,000-5,625 seeds per ounce or 64,000-90,000 seeds per pound
Temporairly out of stock. Please refer to #172 California Wonder 300 for a similar product
(OP) HEIRLOOM. 42 days. Old variety with a great taste! Bush type plant produces heavy yields of straight, 6-12”L, smooth, mottled medium green-gray fruits with silvery speckles. Best harvested at 5-7”L. Fine quality flesh, delicious flavor, small seeds. Very heat resistant, adaptive and thrive in dry arid regions. One of the most attractive summer squashes for Fresh Markets, Home Gardens and Shipping. Approximately 260 seeds per ounce or 4,200 seeds per pound
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