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$8.50DINNERPLATE-CACTUS DAHLIA, Acapulco – Dahlia FULL SUN TO PARTIAL SHADE Dahlias grow from tuberous roots which are hardy in Zones 6 and higher. They are indigenous to the Mexican Central Plateau and Highlands. Acapulco is an, exotic dahlia ...
$3.75Paste/Plum Tomato – Amish Paste One of the greatest tasting of all paste tomatoes. A Wisconsin-Amish heirloom. 6-8 oz. fruit has sweet flavor and few seeds. Plants are INCREDIBLY prolific. Sow indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outside. Plant seed ½ in. deep. ...
$3.75Grape-shaped Cherry Tomato – Amish Salad An Amish Heirloom. Large, grape-shaped bright red fruits have mildly sweet flavor. Plants are vigorous and very, very prolific. Sow indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outside. Plant seed ½ in. deep. Transplant outside after danger of ...
$8.50DINNERPLATE DAHLIA, Babylon Red – Dahlia FULL SUN TO PARTIAL SHADE Dahlias grow from tuberous roots which are hardy in Zones 6 and higher. They are indigenous to the Mexican Central Plateau and Highlands. Babylon Red produces huge ...
$3.75Bachelor's Button, Red Boy (Tall Red) Bachelor Buttons require full sun and are drought, heat and soil tolerant. Seeds should be sown in the spring when the danger of frost has passed. Broadcast the seed over an area and then cover ...
$5.00Bee Balm Monarda started from seed does not bloom the first year unless the seed is planted the prior autumn. Monarda needs a compost rich soil and does best in full sun except in Zones 7-8 where it can tolerate partial ...
$8.50PEONY-FLOWERING DAHLIA, Bishop of Llandaff – Dahlia FULL SUN TO PARTIAL SHADE Dahlias grow from tuberous roots which are hardy in Zones 6 and higher. They are indigenous to the Mexican Central Plateau and Highlands. Bishop of Llandaff produces medium-sized (3 ...
$3.75Slicing Tomato – Brandywine An Amish Heirloom first introduced in 1885. Large 1-2 lb. red to pinkish-red fruits. Red flesh has a savory to mildly sweet flavor. Sow indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outside. Plant seed ½ in. deep. Transplant outside after ...
$3.25RADISH, Cherry Belle – Raphanus sativus FULL SUN Native to China, where wild forms can still be found today, the radish was one of the first vegetables to be traded along the trade routes from Europe to Asia. Cherry Belle, perhaps ...
$3.75Slicing Tomato – Costeluto Genovese One of the most beautiful heirloom tomatoes – an Italian heirloom. Flattened, deeply ribbed, stunningly red fruit has mildly sweet flavor. Possibly first described in 1553. Believed to be one of the first tomatoes brought from ...
$6.75–$22.00Couleur Cardinal "Circa 1845. Fragrant. Blossoms are deep scarlet almost plum purple colored. One of the best potting tulips. HZ: 3-8 12” Mid-season " ...
$8.50CREOLE GARLIC, Burgundy – Allium sativum var. sativum FULL SUN Native to south-central Asia, garlic was probably domesticated from a single variety, Allium longicuspis, thousands of years ago. Today the plant is grown on every continent except Antarctica. Burgundy’s original source ...
$3.75Currant Tomato – Gold Rush Introduced in 2004 by the Seed Savers Exchange, Currant Tomatoes are not tomatoes, but a close, ancient relative. Fruit is tiny, the size of large peas, orange, very sweet and borne on trusses of 20-30 fruit. ...
$3.75Cypress Vine seeds should be sown in late spring or early summer when the ground is very warm. They can be soaked for 12-24 hours before planting. Moisten the soil and keep slightly moist until germination. Always plant in full sun. Type Spacing Planting ...
$3.25Detroit Dark Red – Beta vulgaris FULL SUN Native to the coastal regions of southern Europe, the beet has been cultivated since prehistoric times for its green tops. Not until the 1500s was the vegetable cultivated for its roots. Detroit Dark Red ...
$3.75Slicing Tomato – Eva Purple Ball A German heirloom from the Black Forest Region. Sometimes called “The Perfect Tomato” because of its perfectly round, smooth shape and magnificent scarlet color. Fruit is 6-8 oz. Flesh is sweet and delicious. Plants are ...
Categories : Caladium$8.50CALADIUM, Florida Cardinal – Caladium FULL SUN Native to the tropical regions of South America primarily Brazil, Caladiums have been a part of American and European gardens since the mid-1800s. Currently, there are approximately 16 different species commercially available. Florida Cardinal ...
$3.75Slicing Tomato – German Red Strawberry A German heirloom from the Oxheart family of tomatoes. Fruit is unusual in that it is fragrant and very large for an oxheart tomato. 1-2 lb. fruit is brilliant red, with a strawberry shape and ...
$3.75Slicing Tomato, Great Container Plant Japanese Black Trifele Neither Japanese, nor black, this tomato is a Russian heirloom that cannot decide what it wants to be when it grows up. The fruit is supposed to be pear-shaped with green shoulders that intensify ...
$6.75–$22.00Kingsblood Circa 1950. An old variety from the famous tulip breeders Konijnenburg & Mark. Blossoms are deep cherry-red. HZ: 3-8 12” Mid-season ...
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