• Dr. Wyche's Yellow Tomato

    Dr. Wyche's Yellow Tomato

    Dr. Wyche's Yellow Tomatoes are an excellent cultivar of tasty yellow tomatoes, with ample fruits and a beautiful golden yellow skin. They reach a weight of up to one pound and have a flattened shape and firm flesh. This variety is very juicy, sweet, has low acidity, and has few seeds. Yоu can be sure that you will get a rich, reliable harvest, as...
  • Prizehead Lettuce

    Prizehead Lettuce

    Sweet and crunchy, delicious and healthy, lettuce is easy to grow in your garden. Beautiful purple-bronze fringes over green leaves look very bright and tasty. The lettuce matures in 45 days and is best suited for making salads.The history of wild lettuce takes us to Asia Minor, where it was first served at the table. Then, thanks to the writings of Herodotus, we know...
  • Lovage

    Lovage

    Lovage is a perennial herb with celery-like leaves and yellow flowers. The leaves are used in salads and soups, and the seeds are substituted for fennel or celery seeds.Lovage originates in the mountainous regions of Italy, Greece, and France. Its name comes from ancient people's belief in its aphrodisiac power and a small town in Italy whеre it is believed to have been first...
  • Hyssop

    Hyssop

    Hyssop is a perennial and a member of the mint family with bright blue flowers which will transform the look of your garden. Hyssop leaves are used as tea with soothing medicinal properties. Also, it is attractive to bees, butterflies, and birds.Hyssоp is native to Southern Eurоpe and the Mediterranean. Early Hyssop was grown for the ritual cleansing of churches and to protect against...
  • Caraway

    Caraway

    We all use the herb cumin to flavor bread, salads, meats, and other foods. Caraway produces seeds in its second year, so use its leaves to add incredible flavor to your masterpieces in the first year.Historians do not know exactly when cumin began to be used, but it is one of the oldest herbs. Its traces have been found in the Neolithic ruins of...
  • Bergamot

    Bergamot

    The perennial wildflower from the prairie attracts pollinators of all stripes with its flowering. This variety of Bergamot is different from the variety used in Earl Gray tea; it has a minty aroma. Honey from this variety has a reddish tint.Bergamot is often used to make herbal teas and sweet aromatic potpourri. In addition, Bergamot essential oils have been used to create flavors for...
  • Cantaloupe Minnesota Midget

    Cantaloupe Minnesota Midget

    The micro melon variety with sweet orange flesh is only 4 inches across, making it a miniature version of the "classic melon". Compact vines give good yields of sweet melon. This micro melon is an early heirloom introduced to Minnesota in 1948. Jere Gettle mentioned in his memoirs how he ate them as a child in the 1980s in the mountains of Montana. He...
  • Cantaloupe Imperial 45

    Cantaloupe Imperial 45

    Large melon variety Imperial 45 Cantaloupe Melons are well suited for growing in hot and humid climates. Sweet dark orange juicy melon reaches a weight of 10 pounds or more. Imperial 45 takes 80 to 90 days to fully mature.   How to grow Imperial 45 Cantaloupe Melons: Sowing:  Plant the melons when soil temperatures are in the 70-80 degree F range. If planting...
  • Watermelon Sugar Baby

    Watermelon Sugar Baby

    Sugar Baby Watermelon is famous all over the world for its great taste. A variety of early watermelon with dark green skin, red, tasty flesh and tiny black seeds, reaches a diameter of 8 inches and a weight of 8 pounds. It takes only 75 days to mature.This Sugar Baby variety is a 1959 heirloom that grows very well in the North as it...
  • Watermelon Jubilee

    Watermelon Jubilee

    Many of us love watermelons, which are refreshing, delicious, sweet, and low in calories. This most popular Jubilee watermelon variety in the United States grows up to 24" long, 12" wide, and 35 pounds in 90 days. This variety has bright red firm flesh with large black seeds. This variety transports well and is resistant to FW and AN1. For a good harvest, provide...
  • Watermelon Crimson Sweet

    Watermelon Crimson Sweet

    One of the most popular varieties of watermelon Crimson Sweetwith a tricky green skin with dark green stripes. They have an oblong shape, dense bright red flesh that ripens in 85 days. A watermelon weighs an average of 25 pounds and contains a large amount of sugar and a small number of seeds. Resistant to FW1, FW2, AN1, and AN3.Southern gardens are ideal for...
  • Melon Honeydew

    Melon Honeydew

    These are an ideal melon variety for the home garden with a smooth, creamy white hard skin and sweet green flesh. The fruits ripen in 110 days and reach an average of 7 inches in diameter.The history of distributing the first honeydew variety to America begins from France in 1900. This heat-loving culture is firmly entrenched in the gardens of the southwestern states. Honeydew...
  • Melon Canary Yellow

    Melon Canary Yellow

    An elongated, oversized, bright yellow Canary melon has pale green to white inner flesh. This variety of winter melon has a sweet taste that is slightly spicier than honey melon. When the peel is ripe, it becomes somewhat waxy, and the flesh resembles a soft and ripe pear. The bright yellow Сanary melon is similar to the canary, hence the nickname. It is widely...
  • Boston Pickling Cucumber

    Boston Pickling Cucumber

    This dark green, blunt-ended cucumbers cultivar produces abundant and consistent yields of 3" to 6" fruit. Cucumbers are ideal for pickling and fresh salads, ripening in just 57 days.Boston Pickling cucumber seeds were introduced around 1890 and gained great popularity due to their rich and reliable yield. Historians agree that the first cucumbers grew in the Himalayas in India over 3,000 years ago, from...
  • Beet Sugar

    Beet Sugar

    It's no wonder why sugar beets are called that way. The colossal sugar content makes it extremely sweet! Beets have white pointed roots, ripening in 90 days.The father of sugar beets, the German chemist Andreas Margraff, discovered in the mid-18th century that beets contain sucrose, similar to that of sugar cane. The expensive and only source of sugar was imported from abroad, so the...
  • Radish Cherry Belle

    Radish Cherry Belle

    Cherry Belle is the most popular open-pollinated red round radish with a crispy, dense white flesh. The fast-growing radish matures in just 25 days and grows to 1.5 inches in diameter. It is ideal for your garden as it doesn't take a lot of effort to produce.Radish comes from the ancient civilizations of China, Greece, and Egypt. Eastern peoples grew large elongated radishes. Most...
  • Daikon White Stem Radish

    Daikon White Stem Radish

    An adorable Daikon radish with a mild, carrot-like flavor makes it a great ingredient in salads! Low-calorie radish, rich in vitamin C, potassium and folic acid, magnesium. The leaves contain beta-carotene, calcium, and iron. Use roots to feed rabbits, goats, cows and pigs, and tops for chickens!Planting radishes in your field is an excellent "bio-drilling" that improves water penetration and allows nutrients from the...
  • French Breakfast Radish

    French Breakfast Radish

    A variety of bright red top and crisp white bottom French breakfast radish that's quick and easy to grow in your backyard! It matures in just 24 days in cool weather and constantly wet soil. The French Breakfast radish has a unique oblong shape, so great for dipping!The exact origin of the French breakfast radish is unknown. However, the seeds of this variety were...
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