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$45.00CITRUS TREE, Kaffir Lime Citrus hystrix The Kaffir Lime which is sometimes referred to as the Makrut Lime or Mauritius Papeda is indigenous to tropical Asia. The fruit and leaves are frequently used in Southeast Asian cuisine, but it is the leaves ...
$45.00CITRUS TREE, Key Lime – Citrus aurantiifolia FULL SUN The Key Lime is a smaller, seedier fruit with higher acidity, stronger aroma and thinner rinds than the popular Persian Lime. It is prized for its unique flavor. The tree is native to ...
7 in stock$45.00CITRUS TREE, Meyer Lemon Citrus × meyeri The legendary Meyer Lemon was discovered in China in the late 1800s. In 1908 it was brought to the United States where it became an instant success. The lemons were just slightly sweeter than Eureka ...
$45.00CITRUS TREE, Persian Lime Citrus × latifolia The Persian Lime is an old hybrid variety believed to have been developed through a cross of the Key Lime and lemons. It does not occur in the wild and is known only through cultivation. ...
$45.00CITRUS TREE, Variegated Pink Lemon Citrus × limon The Variegated Pink Lemon was discovered in a Eureka Lemon orchard in Florida in 1930. It was a natural, spontaneous mutation. Cuttings were taken from the original tree and cultivated over several years. The ...
49 in stock$9.00–$25.00PinkLady Gardeners' Soap Most of the items that we, at Harvesting History, sell have special stories, because we don’t choose products unless we use the products and know the manufacturers. PinkLady Soap is made by Julia Holmes in her home, which until ...
19 in stock$25.00The Harvesting History Garden Handrake This is the ideal tool for raking around the bases of rose bushes, border shrubs and in perennial beds without harming the plants. The long metal tines only spread to a width of 4” which allows ...
$40.00The Harvesting History Heirloom Dibber Our Dibber consists of two parts: a 10-inch, stainless steel, pointed plunger which is sturdily connected to a rounded, 5-inch wide polished hardwood handle and secured with a screw. This dibber is manufactured by Burgon & Ball, ...
19 in stock$25.00The Harvesting History Heirloom Pot Maker Based on a centuries old design, the Harvesting History Potmakers are created by a local wood carving craftsman who makes these pot makers by turning ancient hardwood poles on his lathe. He carefully polishes each ...
$40.00The Harvesting History Heirloom Round Tine Fork Our Round Tine Fork is a traditionally designed tool with 4 stainless steel tines, each 4 ¾ inches long and ¼ inch in diameter. The tines are firmly secured to a 5 ¼ inch ...
14 in stock$40.00The Harvesting History Heirloom Soil Scoop Our Soil Scoop is an essential container gardening tool. It consists of a 5 ½ inch long, stainless steel, oval bowl which comes to a sharp point. The scoop is 2 ½ inches at its ...
$40.00The Harvesting History Heirloom Weeding Finger The best weeders are constructed of forged steel as is the Harvesting History tool. Like all of the professionally designed hand tools, the steel appendage is created to have some spring so that the weeding ...
$19.00The Harvesting History Plant Stake These stakes are made of zinc with a label that can be permanently etched or temporarily labeled. An artist’s grease pencil is included with each set of 10 markers. This grease pencil is impervious to rain ...
$40.00The Homi Korean Hand Plow The Homi is an ancient Asian tool that was believed to have originated in Korea. Its Korean name, Homi, means ‘little spear’. Women, working on small family farms, carried only a homi to accomplish their day’s ...
$49.00The Hori-Hori, Japanese Gardening Knife The Hori-Hori is an ancient Asian tool first used in Japan. The word,Hori, in Japanese means to dig. It is often called a Mountain Vegetable Knife because it was primarily used for digging wild vegetables that ...
$35.00This kit contains a certificate for 2 Praying Mantis egg cases, detailed instructions and a net hatching cage for use indoors to observe the process of Praying Mantises hatching and eating their way out of the egg case. It provides ...
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