Shallots, the Gourmet Onion, 1lb. Pack 23-28 Bulbs
Manufacturer: Dutch Valley Growers, Inc.
Brand: Starting Gardens
Description: Shallots are a member of the onion and garlic families. A gourmet's delight, shallots add a unique depth of flavor to a recipe, without overpowering it. Unlike garlic, which is a clove that grows into a bulb, the shallot is a bulb that grows other bulbs around it. 3 - 8 Soil Preparation: For ideal growing, a deep fertile, well drained soil is best. Fertilize the soil with a general garden fertilizer or an organic compost is most beneficial (well rotted). The soil's pH should be ideally in the pH 5.5 - 7.0 range. When to Plant: In general, shallots should be planted in the autumn or early spring. In temperate areas, zones 5 or warmer, plant after the first good frosts of autumn. Winter's freezing (Vernalization), usually results in a larger crop with better taste. Spacing: Choose the largest, healthiest looking bulbs. Plant the bulbs in rows with 6â€³ spacing. Growing the Largest Best Possible Bulbs: Dutch Valley Growers has already pre-determined the best variety for your area. Grow in full sun or partial shade. Excellent drainage is key to preventing the risk of disease, fungi and keeping the roots healthy. For young harvested shallots, plant at a depth of 2 inches (50mm). For larger, mature shallots, plant just beneath the soil surface. In both cases, when the stem shows growth, hill the soil around the stem as it grows. Keep shallot plants watered during dry spells in spring. TIPS: Plant shallots in ridges about 2 feet apart. Tamp the sides of the ridges so that the soil will drain properly. Dust the ridges with wood ashes at least 2 time during the winter to discourage worms and wilt.
5 lb. SEED POTATOES - Red Pontiac - Organic - ORDER NOW for FALL PLANTING
Brand: Ozark Locally Grown
The Red Pontiac Potatoes is an excellent variety! This potato stores well, has good boiling properties, and makes an excellent baking potato. This 5 lb. bag of seed potatoes will yield 60-75 lbs. of usable potatoes. Matures in 110-120 days.
1,000 x CREEPING THYME Herb Seeds Thymus Serpyllum ~ Butterflies love it so will U - By MySeeds.Co
~ ~ ~ WE OFFER BOTH PKT. & BULK SIZES ~ ~ ~ CREEPING THYME Herb Seeds Perennial Ground Cover Just 5 - 8 inches tall, creeping thyme ground cover plants are completely covered in 1/4-inch bells of carmine-pink for months on end. Butterflies love it and so will you! The foliage of creeping thyme is attractive even when not in bloom, too, with dark green, slightly hairy leaves. And because it's a long-lived perennial ground cover is hardy just about everywhere in the U.S., you can expect years of beauty from this trouble-free groundcover! Creeping Thyme (Thymus Serpyllum) : robust, long-blooming beauty of the more expensive plant varieties. Well, this creeping thyme ground cover has swept all that away! This super-vigorous, lemon-scented, brightly-flowered variety spreads 18 inches in no time in the sunny garden, giving you months of deep pink blooms and heavenly fragrance for mere pennies! Plant creeping thyme in rock gardens, walls, bare spots in sunny beds and borders, and just about anywhere that needs some quick, permanent coverage. This is a low-growing wildflower is used as a flowering ground cover plant. Creeping thyme tolerates dry soil and needs little care after it is established. It self-sows readily, dropping it seeds after flowering season is over and then this new seed sprouts the next spring keep a robust stand of creeping thyme ground cover thriving. Â· Season: Perennial Â· Height: 5 - 8 inches Â· Hardiness: Zones: 4 to 9 Â· Habit: Evergreen Â· Growth Rate: Moderate Â· Site Requirements: Sun to light shade; prefers well-drained light-textured soil with modest fertility Â· Form: Low, dense mat; sprawls haphazardly Â· Texture: Fine Â· Deer Resistant: Yes Â· Foliage: .2 to .3 inch dark green, slighty hairy leaves; pleasant fragrance of mint when crushed Â· Flower: Pink/Rose Â· Bloom Season: Late June through September
Brand: Refining Fire Chiles
BEWARE OF OTHER COMPANIES! THEY ARE COPYING MY LISTINGS ON AMAZON PRETENDING TO BE ME. IF IT DOES NOT SAY "SHIPPED AND SOLD BY CALIFORNIA SEED AND GARDEN COMPANY" IT IS NOT ME. MANY OF THE SEED VARIETIES I SELL NOBODY ELSE HAS. SO YOU WILL FIND OUT THE HARD WAY WHEN YOUR PLANTS DON'T GROW OUT TO WHAT WAS ADVERTISED!! MY NAME IS JIM DUFFY AND I AM THE OWNER OF REFINING FIRE CHILES. NOBODY SELLS MY SEEDS EXCEPT ME! This is the rare and unusual Red Peter Pepper. This strange pepper is shaped like a man's penis. These peppers have a heat level like a jalapeno and a good flavor too! It's origin is Appalachia, United States. Easy to grow.
GARLIC BULB (10 Pack), FRESH SIBERIAN HARDNECK GARLIC BULB FOR PLANTING AND GROWING YOUR OWN GARLIC OR EATING
Manufacturer: Country Creek Acres
Brand: Country Creek Acres
Model: SIBERIAN GARLIC 10 PACK
NON-GMO. HEIRLOOM. GROWN NATURALLY WITHOUT THE USE OF CHEMICALS AND PESTICIDES AT MY SEED FARM, HARVESTED AND PACKAGED BY HAND. EACH PURCHASE INCLUDES A FULL PAGE SEED FACT SHEET AND PLANTING/GROWING INSTRUCTIONS. ALL SEED LOTS ARE TESTED FOR GERMINATION. Approximately 6 cloves per bulb Early season garlic harvest! This large-bulbed purple striped garlic. Probably originated in Siberia. It is perhaps the most beautiful of all our bulbs. It grows strong plants, with just a few very large cloves. The clove skins themselves are dark brown in color but the insides are creamy white with LOTS of heat. Loves cold weather. Product Details Zones: 3-9 Planting Depth: Plant individual cloves with the scab end down and the pointed end up, one to two inches deep in well-worked beds. Spacing: 4" apart in same row. Place 36" between separate rows. Sun/Shade: Full Sun When to Plant:Plant 4-6 weeks before frost. Early-mid Spring. Will develop in spring. or plant in spring for mid-late summer harvest. Days to Maturity:N/A Garlic Type:Hardneck Plant Height: 18-24" inches Comments: Great tasting and produces early.
These are a type of onion which sets new bulbs at the top of a stalk, and as the stalks dry out they fall over and the bulbs replant themselves, or "walk" across your garden. Most people will pull the bulbs off and replant in rows, to make weeding and tending the garden easier. In southern climates you may be able to harvest green onion tops as early as February or March.
Seed Potato Mix, 5 lbs. Certified Seed Non GMO Red Lasoda, Golden Yukons and Blue
Manufacturer: Northshire Farms IS THE ONLY AUTHORIZED SELLER
Brand: North Valley Seed
Model: AAA PREMIUM TUBERS
Our Red, Gold and Blue seed potato mix is a easy and fun collection to grow. Grow Americas favorite potato seed mix. So easy to grow, just plant these seed potatoes at the same time and harvest as new potatoes for an attractive potato dishes, or harvest when mature for full size potatoes. Attractive, eye-catching potato assortment! Excellent, rich flavor. One pound of seed potatoes will produce 10-15 pounds of potatoes under good growing conditions.
50 Sempervivum Hens & Chicks Cactus Mixed Seeds GORGEOUS House Leeks ~ BULK ~ These seeds are VERY small, each pack of seed will contain more than advertised. But if you are uncomfortable working with VERY small seeds please do NOT purchase this product.
~ ~ ~ WE OFFER BOTH PKT. & BULK SIZES ~ ~ ~ These seeds are VERY small, each pack of seed will contain more than advertised. But if you are uncomfortable working with VERY small seeds please do NOT purchase this product.
Sempervivum forms a neat bright rosette of foliage that often produces offsets that cluster around it. Hence the name Hen and Chicks. This mix contains several species ranging in color from grey-green, to light green to deep maroon. The blooms also vary in colors of yellow and pink shades. Very easy to grow from seed. Hardy in zones 5-10. Full sun. Planting Instruction: Sow in trays, pots, or jiffy mix in a warm location to maintain an optimum temperature of 65-70F (Top of Refrigerator works fine for us during the winter). Sow in well drained compost, just covering the seeds with compost. Sometimes slow to germinate; takes anywhere from 2-8 weeks. Keep in mind this is a mix variety and some varieties take longer than other to germinate. Winter hardy at zone 5-9 and once established they require very little if any care at all.