40 Asian Vegetable Seed Balls
Four varieties of Italian vegetable are sure to contribute to your gardening fun and success. Bok Choy, Daikon, Thai Basil, and Watermelon Radish Seed balls will take some of the mystery and challenge about growing these popular Asian vegetables! 10 seed balls of each is enough for a successful modestly sized garden! Seed balls are approximately 1/2" in diameter each. A great mix for both stirfries, salads, and just munching fresh from the garden!
All seeds are non-GMO.
About our Seed-Balls
Our seed balls make gardening fun and simple for beginning gardeners. We carefully roll premium vegetable seeds in an expertly engineered blend of composts and minerals that provides safety and nutrition for growing seeds and seedlings.
The varieties of garden vegetables that we have selected are known for vigorous growth and reliable delicious crops. Our Seed-Ball garden vegetables include Basil, Broccoli, Red Cabbage, Cilantro, Dill, Kale, Lettuce, Parsley, Pumpkins, Radishes, Spinach, Tomatoes, and many more. We also offer a wide variety of Sunflowers and US native wildflowers.
Gently press seed balls halfway into the surface of bare soil. Keep moist until seedlings have at least 4 leaves, then water when the soil is dry before the plant wilts. Seed balls can take a little longer than bare seeds to germinate. Warm damp but not wet conditions help speed germination along.
We are a green agri-business in Central Pennsylvania and make our own seed balls with great care. If you are not satisfied with your seed balls, contact us for a refund or replacement. We want you to grow!
Mung Bean sprouts are high in choline, protein and the amino acid methionine, Vitamins A, B complex, C and E; minerals calcium, magnesium, potassium, and phosphorous; trace minerals zinc, chromium and iron. Mung bean sprouts have a crisp, crunchy texture and a flavor similar to fresh-picked garden peas.
Seed Starter Kit - Kitchen Themed Vegetable Set By Modern Sprout
Manufacturer: Modern Sprout
Brand: Modern Sprout
Color: Garden Series
Introducing seed starter kits that are styles, simple and all inclusive. These thoughtfully curated kits provide every essential needed to start your outdoor garden. Once Seedlings are ready for transplant simply bury the kraft pot in the ground or in a container. Includes: organic and/or non-GMO seeds, soilless grow medium, simple instructions. Box Specs: 3.25" x 8.5" x 2.75"
This sale is for a 10cc syringe of White Oyster - Pleurotus ostreatus mushroom liquid culture. Simply inject into a sterilized substrate such as rye berries and you are on your way. Some knowledge of mycology will be needed. This is a gourmet mushroom and easily grown. All cultures are cloned from the best of specimens before selling to the public. We guarantee growth and vitality 100%.
Create a Blue Oyster mushroom garden in your own yard. 100 Blue Oyster mycelium plugs which are enough for 2-3 logs or stumps and should produce Blue Oyster mushrooms for many years to come. Very easy to grow. Logs, you provide, can be as long as 4ft long and the diameter should be approx. 6 inches. These plug spawns are mycelium infused wooden plugs that are inserted in to a 5/16 inch diameter drill holes that you will create into stumps or logs and sealed over with wax (wax sold separately).
Create a Oyster mushroom garden in your own yard. 100 oyster mycelium plugs which are enough for 2-3 logs or stumps and should produce oyster mushrooms for many years to come. Very easy to grow. Logs, you provide, can be as long as 4ft long and the diameter should be approx. 6 inches. These plug spawns are mycelium infused wooden plugs that are inserted in to a 5/16 inch diameter drill holes that you will create into stumps or logs and sealed over with wax (wax sold separately).
Casa Forcello Pear Mostarda is produced by candying pears and adding drops of concentrated mustard essence. Produced in small batches using fruit from local growers, Pear Mostarda is made to complement Genuine Fulvi Pecorino Romano or Parmigiano Reggiano. We also enjoy it with charcuterie, such as Serrano Ham.
Charles Frederic Andrus, a research scientist at the USDA laboratory in Charleston, developed this melon in the late 1940s to fulfill the need for a good shipping melon that could resist disease. His Charleston Grey watermelon was introduced in 1954 by the Southeastern Vegetable Breeding Laboratory. An immediate success, it was once the most popular commercially grown melon in the United States; though other varieties have now taken this position, Charleston Gray watermelons still make the state of South Carolina proud.