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$36.00The 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 ...
$36.00The 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 ...
$35.00The 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 ...
Categories : Books$58.00The Melon By Amy Goldman Photographs By Victor Schrager Published By City Point Press and Distributed Worldwide By Simon & Schuster September, 2019 312 pages The Melon is the most comprehensive discussion of melons and watermelons available today. The hardcover book discusses 125 different fruit – ...
Categories : Beneficial Bugs$25.00This 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 ...
$5.00Thunbergia seed is often hard to obtain, but when seed is available it is easy to germinate and the plants grow rapidly. should be planted in the late spring or early summer when the soil has become very warm. The seeds ...
$4.25Tomatillo – Ground Cherry A North and South American native fruit first described in 1837, the ground cherry is related to but not a true tomatillo. Plants are very prolific producing hundreds of yellowish-orange fruits. Sow indoors 6 weeks before transplanting outside ...
$4.25Tomatillo – Purple A North and South American native fruit. At least two plants should always be planted. Plants are prolific producing up to 100 or more fruits per plant. Fruits have a sweet and tart flavor. Purple tomatillos have a ...
$4.25Tomatillo – Toma Verde A North and South American native fruit. At least two plants should always be planted. Plants are prolific producing up to 100 or more fruits per plant. Fruits have a sweet and tart flavor and are often ...
$10.00GARLIC WILL NOT BEGIN SHIPPING UNTIL LATE SEPTEMBER, 2020. TURBAN GARLIC, Chinese Purple – 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 ...
$10.00GARLIC WILL NOT BEGIN SHIPPING UNTIL LATE SEPTEMBER, 2020. TURBAN GARLIC, Xian – 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 ...
$4.25TURNIP, Gold Ball Introduced in 1859, turnip was originally known as Orange Jelly. Mature roots are 3-4 in. in diameter, golden yellow and very sweet. For Spring planting, plant as early as the soil can be worked. Successional plantings can be made ...
$4.25TURNIP, Purple Top White Globe Introduced before 1880, mature roots are best harvested at 3-4 in. Roots have purple shoulders and white bottoms. Tops are also edible. Flesh of roots is white, fine grained, sweet and mildly flavored. For Spring planting, plant ...
$4.25TURNIP, Seven Top Introduced in 1845, this turnip is grown for its tops. Roots are small, tough and woody. Leaves can be harvested over a long season and are best harvested young. In areas with mild winters leaves can be harvested ...
$5.00WATERMELON, Cream of Saskatchewan A rare, white-fleshed round watermelon (5-10 lb.). Thin, brittle, pale green rind with dark green stripes. Flesh is very sweet with excellent flavor. One of the best home garden varieties for short season climates. Sow seed in late ...
$5.00WATERMELON – Georgia Rattlesnake Introduced around 1870, this much beloved Southern variety has become rare. Large, oblong melons (25-30 lb.) have thin, brittle, pale green rinds with “rattlesnake” striping. Flesh is rosey red and very sweet. Sow seed in late spring after ...
$5.50WATERMELON, Golden Midget Introduced in 1959, as a short season, compact habit watermelon, Golden Midget was the result of a cross between New Hampshire Midget and a rare heirloom known as Pumpkin Rind. The 3-5 lb., round melons have a black-green ...
$5.50WATERMELON – Moon & Stars Probably the most famous heirloom watermelon of all time, grown nationwide in the early 1900s and then lost until the 1980s when it was found being grown by a farmer in Missouri. Oblong (25-30 lb.) melons ...
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