1 Himrod White Seedless Grape Vine - 2 Year ALL NATURAL Grown Plant - Fall Planting
Brand: Jack's Back 40
The Himrod is a cross between Thompson Seedless and Ontario grapes. It's a white seedless table grape with large clusters of flavorful, juicy fruit. To provide a bountiful harvest of quality grapes, the Himrod will require some good site preparation and continued yearly maintenance & care, but the rewards of these vigorous vines will be well worth the time.
Ohio Treasure Everbearing Black Raspberry - 2.5" Pot - Extremely Hardy/Prolific
Brand: Hirt's Gardens
This is the first generation of our Everbearing Black Raspberry, and will revolutionize the popularity of Black Raspberries by tripling the length of the harvest season. Another bonus, this variety can be mechanically pruned to 6 inches in height, eliminating detailed hand-pruning. The berries have a pleasant flavor with good balance of sweetness and freshness. The fruits are considered medium in size and average 2.1 grams per berry and are comparable to other leading cultivars such as Jewel with 2.5 grams per berry. The fruit quality is acceptable for u-pick farms, local farm markets, and gardeners. The plants have high vigor producing two crops per year. In most parts of the U.S., the plants can be mowed to the ground after the foliage naturally falls. The stems regrow in the spring and begin yielding fruits in the middle of August and will continue to produce fruits until the middle of October. In the canes are left to overwinter, they will produce a late spring crop at the same ripening time as Jewell. Ohio's Treasure will yield 1.5 to 2 pounds of late spring or early summer fruit every year. The yields are consistent with other major cultivars such as Bristol and Jewell. However, if both summer and falls crops are harvested, yields will be more than 3 pounds per plant per year. Other advantages with the Ohio's Treasure; its fall-bearing canes will escape spring frosts and winter injury, thus escaping diseases associated with winter damage. The plants are cold tolerant to USDA Hardiness Zones 3-8.
a fleshy succulent with pendant strings bearing fleshy leaves shaped like tiny bananas. Likes sun to part shade and let dry between waterings. A real easy to grow houseplant, a great conversation piece.
10 Gac fruit Seeds (Southeast Asian fruit) "10 Seeds+/ Pack
Gac grows on dioecious vines and is usually collected from fence climbers or from wild plants. The vines can be commonly seen growing on lattices at the entrances to rural homes or in gardens. It only fruits once a year, and is found seasonally in local markets. The fruit itself becomes a dark orange color upon ripening, and is typically round or oblong, maturing to a size of about 13 cm in length and 10 cm in diameter. Its exterior skin is covered in small spines while its dark red interior consists of clusters of fleshy pulp and seeds.
This sale is for 3 coffee bean seeds ready for planting, packed into glass vials filled with organic cotton and silica beads for moisture control and long term storage. These coffee beans come from a small family farm in Huehuetenango Guatemala and are a very rare variety of coffee known for its rich fragrance and chocolate like overtones. Grow your own coffee tree at home indoors and keep outside in the summer. If you live in zones 10 or warmer you can grow this outdoors all year long. For best germination success: Soak seed in purified water (not tap water) for 24 hours. Then fill 4" pot with your favorite seed starting mix and lightly sprinkle the coffee beans on top and gently push each one just below the surface. Coffee is slow to germinate even in the best conditions but for best results, keep your seeds between 75-85 degrees at all times and never let them dry out completely. See should germinate within 4 weeks.
This sale is for 100 Holy Kaprao Basil seeds packed into airtight and water tight glass vials complete with organic cotton and silica beads for excellent long term storage in the freezer. Use some seed this season and save the rest for next year and year after year. Seed saved this way can and usually does last decades. Ocimum sanctum is known as Tulsi or Holy Basil. Also known by the name 'Ocimum tenuiflorum', or tulas?, and is an aromatic plant in the family Lamiaceae which is native to the Indian subcontinent and widespread as a cultivated plant throughout the Southeast Asian tropics. It is an erect, many branched subshrub, 1-3' tall with hairy stems and simple phyllotaxic green or purple leaves that are strongly scented. Leaves have petioles and are ovate, up to 5 cm long, usually slightly toothed. The flowers are purplish in elongate racemes in close whorls. Tulsi is cultivated for religious and medicinal purposes, and for its essential oil. It is widely known across the Indian subcontinent as a medicinal plant and an herbal tea, commonly used in Ayurveda, and has an important role within the Vaishnava tradition of Hinduism, in which devotees perform worship involving holy basil plants or leaves. This plant is revered as an elixir of life and as such has an important place in our home garden. We use the flowering tops of these medicinal basils in teas.
This sale is for 15 Pigeon Pea seeds packed into airtight and water tight glass vials complete with organic cotton and silica beads for excellent long term storage in the freezer. Use some seed this season and save the rest for next year and year after year. Seed saved this way can and usually does last decades. The pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan) is a perennial legume from the family Fabaceae. Since its introduction into South Asia at least 3,500 years ago, the seeds have become a common food grain in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Pigeon Pea is also known as kardis, nandolo in Malawi, gandule bean, tropical green pea, gandul or guandu in Latin America, kadios, Congo pea, gungo pea, gunga pea, fio-fio, no-eye pea, orhor dal in Bangla, toor dal and arhar dal in Hindi , toor dal in Marathi, togari bele in Kannada, thuvaram paruppu in Tamil, thuvara parippu in Malayalam, kandi pappu in Telugu, Behliang in Zomi / Mizo and mbaazi, and, in Tanzania, mzimbili mussa.