Clovers Garden Big Rainbow Tomato Plant â€“ Non-GMO - Two (2) Live Plants â€“ Not Seeds â€“Each 5" to 7" Tall- In 3.5 Inch Pots
Brand: Clovers Garden
The Big Rainbow Heirloom tomato plant is as much a joy to grow as it is to eat. The huge colorful yellow-orange ribbed tomatoes grow on six foot plus plants. Cut open the giant tomato to reveal a golden flesh with red streaks plus a variety of colors in-between, some even claim it is the most beautiful tomato you can grow. The taste is juicy, fruity and sweet, an old fashioned tomato taste. Enjoy this tomato fresh sliced from the garden in salads and sandwiches, or add it to your favorite pasta dishes for a juicy sweet flavor boost. Plant after the danger of frost is past, spacing at least two (2) feet apart to allow the large plants reach their full growth. Stake plants well as the tomatoes can grow up to two (2) pounds each. A sunny location with normal soil and adequate drainage is required. When planting these and all other tomatoes, plant to a soil depth just beneath the first set of leaves. That first set of leaves (called cotyledon-which means the embryonic first leaves) will eventually fall off. Roots will form along the buried stem, establishing a stronger root, thus a stronger plant. Expect a bountiful harvest within 80 days (from seeding). This vine is resistant to foliar diseases, making it an excellent choice for humid or rainy climates, or crowded veggie patches where air circulation may be poor. It will continue producing the large beautiful fruits until the first frost hits
BIG PACK - 1/2 oz (450+ Seeds) Woodbine Grape Boston Japanese Creeper Ivy Parthenocissus tricuspidata Seeds - By MySeeds.Co
Manufacturer: MySeeds.Co - BIG PACK Seeds
Brand: MySeeds.Co - BIG PACK Seeds
Grape Ivy, Boston Ivy, Woodbine, Japanese Ivy, Japanese Creeper Parthenocissus tricuspidata Parthenocissus tricuspidata is a flowering plant in the grape family (Vitaceae) native to eastern Asia in Japan, Korea, and northern and eastern China. Though unrelated to true ivy, it is commonly known Japanese creeper, Boston ivy, Grape ivy,Japanese ivy, and woodbine (though the latter may refer to a number of vines). It is a deciduous woody vine growing to 30 m tall or more given suitable support, attaching itself by means of numerous small branched tendrils tipped with sticky disks. The leaves are simple, palmately lobed with three lobes, occasionally unlobed or with five lobes, or sufficiently deeply lobed to be palmately compound with (usually) three leaflets; the leaves range from 5-22 cm across. The flowers are inconspicuous, greenish, in clusters; the fruit is a small dark blue grape 5-10 mm diameter. Cultivation and uses Like the related Virginia creeper, it is widely grown as a climbing ornamental plant to cover the faÃ§ades of masonry buildings. Its use for this in Boston, Massachusetts, United States has resulted in one of the alternative names. This usage is actually economically important because, by shading walls during the summer, it can significantly reduce cooling costs.Perhaps one of its most famous uses in the United States is the famous ivy covered brick outfield walls at Wrigley Field. Growing Info: Scarification: Soak in water, let stand in water for 24 hours Stratification: cold stratify for 60 days Germination: sow seed 3/8" deep, tamp the soil, mulch the seed bed Other: an alternate treatment is to bury the seed in snow for 50 days can be fall sown without stratification.
Chandler blueberries (Vaccinium corymbosum 'Chandler) will give you the biggest, juiciest blueberries on the block _ and they just keep on bearing fruit from mid to late season. The plants are completely self-fertile. You won't need to combine them with other varieties to get a harvest that's second to none. Although the extended harvest time is the high-point, you'll love them all year round. The flowers are pretty in spring, the foliage is gorgeous in autumn and the stems make a statement in winter. Hardy in zones 4 - 7. Ships in a 1 gallon (3qt) pot.
Easy-to-grow, the dwarf Mulberry is an abundant producer of sweet medium-sized fruit and performs exceptionally well in pots with yields of several crops per year even during the first season. If grown in pots, they are continually producing, cycling in and out of flower and fruit when given warm temperatures and adequate light. It can be kept under 2' with moderate pruning. In the ground, they turn into a large bush. Mulberries are known for their immune system enhancing benefits, and are thought to improve eyesight. Mulberry plants are self-fertile, disease-and-insect resistant and welcome pot culture. Plants for sale are about 6" - 12" tall and shipped live ready for transplanting. Mature height of tree in ground is 4'-6' tall making this variety of Mulberry perfect for container growth. Berries have a sweet, tangy flavor. Berries can be eaten fresh, made into juice, wine or pies. Zones 5-10. Dwarf Mulberry is a carefree grower and perfect for pot or greenhouse. The plant you will receive is growing in a 4" pot.
Manzano "Apple" Banana Plant ***Rare*** Live Manzano "Apple" Banana Tree
Brand: Natures Garden Nursery
Rare and much sought after the Manzano or "Apple" banana is delicious as a hand fruit, tossed in fruit salads, baked in breads, custards and puddings, fried as fritters or blended in shakes and daiquiris. The average Manzano Banana is about four inches long, stocky and with a pale yellow peel that blackens as it ripens. The flesh is creamy with a taste that hints of apple. Plants are shipped in 4" pots and ready to transplant.
3 Hardy Kiwi Plants- 2 Female Ananasnaya, and One Male Pollinater--all in 4 Inch Cups/ Kiwi Aruguta. Awesome Starter Plants!
Brand: Daylily Nursery
Ananasnaya: Anna's grape-size fruits hang in bunches on this most vigorous productive vine. Spacing 15 inches apart. A good beginner kiwi, easy to get growing. Very productive. The fruits are medium size and of the arguta species. Space on a T trellis @ 15 inches apart. Very ornamental with showy red leaf stems. Needs a mate. Spur prune throughout the growing season for earlier fruiting and greatest productivity and bushy appearance. Zones 5-9. Hardy Male: Nice vining plant with beautiful leaves. An addition to your yard even without the added bonus of growing your own fruit!
This exotic shaped fruit is sweet in flavor and can be easily grown inside as a potted plant, and if confined to the size of a one gallon pot will not grow taller than about two feet. However, if it is planted outside it can grow up to three feet if fertilized heavily. This unique shrub has a constant load of fruit or blooms and the fruit is sweeter if grown in full sun outdoors, but it is usually grown as a flashy ornamental. Florists greatly favor this plant because of its ease in drying for use in wreaths and as Christmas tree ornaments. As a bonsai tree it is grown for its brilliant orange-red trumpet-like flowers followed in fall by ornamental, small, spherical-like orange-red fruits. Has dark green leaves with shades of bronze. The plant you will receive can be grown as a house plant or trained as a bonsai!
2 Triple Crown Blackberry Plant - 2 year All Natural Grown - Ready for Fall Planting
Brand: Jack's Back 40
Triple Crown blackberry is a joint release from the USDA-Beltsville and the Pacific West Agricultural Research Service. The plant is semi erect and thornless and bears large, flavorful fruit. Ripens earlier than Chester with good winter hardiness. Triple Crown is a good choice to help extend your blackberry season for the home gardener.
2 Apache Blackberry Plants - 2 year All Natural Grown - Ready for Fall Planting
Brand: Jack's Back 40
Released in 1999, this is the largest fruited and highest yielding of the University of Arkansas thornless releases. The fruit are medium large and ripen in early July. The sweet berries are firm and handle well, and the plants are very erect. Recommended for most southern states, but very adaptable to other areas.