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$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 ...
$3.75BEET, Detroit 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 ...
$3.75BEET, Lutz’s Green Leaf – 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. Lutz’s Green ...
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$8.50Caladium, Red Flash 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. Red Flash is the ...
$4.25CHERRY TOMATO – Red Cherry If not the oldest, then one of the two oldest tomato varieties in cultivation. The 1 oz., dark red fruit are borne in clusters of 6-10. Flesh is dark red and usually very sweet. Sow indoors 6 ...
$4.25CHERRY TOMATO – Sweet 100 First introduced in the 1950s, this small, ½ oz. or less, brilliant red, cherry tomato can be counted on to produce 100 fruit. The fruit are incredibly sweet and borne on sprays of 10-20. Sow indoors 6 ...
$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 ...
$4.25CURRANT TOMATO, Gold Rush - Great Container Plant 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 ...
$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 ...
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$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 (7-9 in.) scarlet ...
$4.25GRAPE-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 ...
$4.25GRAPE-SHAPED CHERRY TOMATO, Principe Borghese - Great Container Plant An Italian heirloom probably brought to America in the early 1900s. The ½ oz. scarlet fruits are borne in clusters of 6-8. The flesh is generally savory, but can have a touch of ...
$3.75Morning Glory, Scarlet Morning Glories should be planted in the late spring or early summer when the soil has become very warm. The seeds can be scored and soaked for 24 hours before planting to hasten germination. Morning Glories make great ...
$3.50ONION SETS, Red – Allium cepa FULL SUN Probably native to western or central Asia, onions have been cultivated throughout recorded history. They were brought to America with the earliest colonists. Red onions are the sweetest of the onion varieties, but ...
$4.25PASTE/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. ...
$4.25PASTE/PLUM TOMATO – Roma VFN An Italian heirloom, one of the most famous paste tomatoes of all time. The 2-3 oz. oblong, vivid red fruit grow in clusters of 4-6. The dense flesh is sweet and richly flavored. Few seeds. Sow indoors ...
$4.25PASTE/PLUM TOMATO – San Marzano Maybe the most famous Italian heirloom tomato of all time, introduced into the US in 1929. The 2-3 oz. gloriously red, elongated fruit have very firm flesh which holds up well to canning. The flesh sweetens ...
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$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 ...
$3.75Poppy, Red American Legion Poppy seed is some of the most extraordinary seed known to mankind. Seeds can be stored or buried for sometimes hundreds of years and yet will germinate when the soil is turned or the seeds are exposed ...
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