This is a self blancing celery its golden in color. Tastes about the same. But. It looks really cool. This is a very rare variety its all heirloom has been around since at least the 1800s. But has never been grown on a large scale. We recommend transplanting these will take 4 to 6 weeks. And will take around 75 to 85 days. Depending on the size of bunches you want happy growing!!!
These are the white flower garlic chives they. Grow like normal chives and are a must have for any garden they will come back the next year in a mild climate. Down to about zone 6. Also will make a great house plant or container plant. If left unchecked will get pretty high around two feet. You will have fresh chives clear into November happy growing!!!
Black nebia carrot
This black purple carrot is all heirloom. Has been around for centuries takes anywhere from 40 days to 75 days depending on the size you want. These will grow long and slender. Will make out of this world carrot sticks grow like you wood any other carrot happy growing!!!
Maturity Date: 57 Great for fresh sales easy to pick. This is a bush variety. Nice cluster sets. Its a indeterminate. Meaning they will keep coming. Won't get stringey and tough.
Yellow crimson sweet watermelon
Hello all this is a very sweet yellow medium size watermelon they go about 7 to 10 pounds. And take around 80 to 90 days so fairly early for a yellow this variety dates back to the 1600s. In south Africa. This is a seeded. Watermelon. It will grow in more of a oval shape. Happy growing!!!
Long green improved heirloom cucumber
. long green cucumber seed Hello all this is very old heirloom cucumber is takes about 65 days to start start picking them.... They grow long and slender. Sort of like a english cucumber grow as you wood any cucumber. As with all cucumbers they do not like to transplanted so be very gentle with the roots. And these are main season vegetables and are not cold tolerant . Also will make great hanging pot. Plant . we…
Rainbow carrot mix...multi colored
Hello. All..this is a multi colored mix it has yellow. Purple. Red...white. And a orange variety. These are all non gmo heirloom variety. This will give a nice mixture. Of fun colored tastey carrots the harvest date will varies any where from 45 days to 80 days depending on the size you want one thing is for sure. These will be a hit. Either at your farmers market table or dinner table happy growing!!!
Danvers carrot all heirloom
Maturity Date: 70 Crisp, rich orange, conical-shaped roots grow to 1.5 inches at top, tapering 6-7 inches to a pointed bottom; high fiber content. These cold tolerant favorites. Can be used in succession planting. Should replant every 2 or 3 weeks. Most of the year. Sort of a must have for your csa shares and farmers market tables. The Danvers is a heirloom variety. And its non gmo and you can save the seeds from it. If. You want to can or put in the freezer plant at end of…
Maturity Date: 60 This is a must have for any garden or any farm stand. About 350 seeds in a pack and about 6500 seeds in a once. A good choice for a main season green. Good bolt tolerance. Comes in and out quickly we recommend planting every other week you can pick at different sizes. So you will have a constant supply
Baby Bok Choi
Maturity Date: 35 This is just like a standard pak choi only smaller. Grow like you wood any Chinese green. Great. For a single person cause of its size. Great for farmers market sales cause its very quick. And you just don't see this variety for sale many places if no one at your farmers market has this and you are looking for something interesting at your table get it grow it eat profit from it.
This is a cool weather cover crop with nice red flowers. Its a good soil builder can be eaten. As a green or used in tea some folks use it for sprouts also great in salads. But it's most common use is planting after your crops are gone to put back into the soil. Also your goats and cows will get a treat takes around 70 plus days. To bloom we use it kinda a spring nurse crop for are winter squash to plant between the rows and to get a jump on attracting beneficial insects. This is all…
Are you looking for a edible nitrogen fixer well here it is. Very cold tolerant. And growths in the heat. Or in the spring this little bean will grow in it all we have over winter them to around zero they are best when eaten green almost have a nutty flavor. You can cook with them they mix with sugar snap peas very well. They do miracles with the 3 sisters companion planting. Are packs are 1 oz that's about 17 seeds.
This is a super great ground cover or green manure. Also is a healthy grain but difficult to harvest. Wood be fun for you and family to grow and harvest and cook.. Your goats will like it to