• 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 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...
  • Lima Bean

    Lima Bean

    Lima beans are ideal for growing in warm climates with lots of suns. The variety ripens 60 days after planting. Therefore, it is advisable to harvest immediately to remain tender. The beans originate in Central America, prized for their oily texture and delicate flavor. In addition, Lima beans are great for canning and freezing.   Hоw to grоw Lima Bean from seeds: Sowing: Lima beans...
  • Bean

    Bean

    It is a green bean variety with round, straight and long pods. Green beans germinate and ripen quickly, making them a staple in gardens worldwide. The bushes are luxuriantly overgrown with pods, ideally stored after harvest. The beans are resistant to BV, BRV, and CTV and produce an annual crop.   Hоw to grоw Bean from seeds: Sowing: Sow the bean seeds 1 week after...
  • Corn

    Corn

    An ornamental sweet corn variety ripens in 110 days. It has a fantastic head of cabbage, where the grains form a mosaic of red, yellow, blue, black, brown, and orange colors. Please note that from shallow roots, it requires regular watering.For the first time, pilgrims discovered maize when they arrived on the shores of the New World. This valuable resource provided by the Indians...
  • Sugar Pie Pumpkin

    Sugar Pie Pumpkin

    Small Round Pumpkin Variety Sugar Pie Sugar Pumpkins about 7 lbs. Yellow-orange pumpkins have fine-grained sweet flesh without filaments. It is an ideal variety for canning and tarts and matures in 100 days.   Hоw to grоw Sugar Pie Sugar Pumpkin from seeds: Sowing: In regions with a short growing season, pumpkin seeds can be planted one month indoors before the last expected frost. To...
  • Scallop Squash

    Scallop Squash

    A trendy variety, the 4" pale green Scallop squash is saucer-shaped with jagged edges. Its excellent taste, texture, and large yields make it a favorite for gardeners. Squash ripens in 50 days.This unusual squash is of the "pattypan" type, a saucer-shaped squash with scalloped edges being introduced in 1914, Bеnning's Green Tint Squash was fеatured in the 1937 issue of Cucurbits of New York,...
  • Sorrel

    Sorrel

    Perennial sorrel leaves grow up to 8 inches long and produce some of the earliest green crops in spring. It has a slightly spicy lemon flavor that adds zest to salads and soups, goes well with fish, and has a strong aroma.Europeans have been using this versatile plant since the 17th century. It was previously prized for its excellent source of vitamins and nutrients...
  • Yellow Squash

    Yellow Squash

    The summer yellow squash variety has a rich, creamy flavor and is easy to grow. The most delicate flavor is squash up to 3" in diameter. It takes from 50 days to ripen.This colorful squash variety was popular long before the arrival of Christopher Columbus in the New World. It is a rare Indian squash that was domesticated in North America centuries before the...
  • Sunflower

    Sunflower

    A variety of giant sunflowers with large seeds that you can grow at home! Birds will be great contours for your crop, so be prepared to protect your Sunflower.Do you notice that the sunflowers are turning to face the sun? At first, follow the sun from east to west, and mature buds usually look directly to the east. The ancient history of sunflowers begins...
  • Large Cherry Tomatoes

    Large Cherry Tomatoes

    Large Cherry Tomatoes The Large Red Cherry Tomato is very fertile. These vegetables are bright red, juicy, and sweet, half-dollar-sized, and weighing 1 Oz. Tomatoes are disease resistant, ripen up to 75 days, can grow in containers or your garden. 1″ wide tomatoes are ideal for salads and appetizers. It would be best if you created to support the fruitful vine.The Large Red Cherry...
  • Red Beefsteak Tomato

    Red Beefsteak Tomato

    Red Beefsteak Tomato  Beefsteak is a prevalent delicious grade of a large tomato. It's juicy, solid, weighs more pounds, and matures in 85 days. Unfortunately, his vines require some support.Peter Henderson introduced this tomato in 1894, calling him "Henderson's Crimson Cushion." Later, renamed Beefsteak, he became a favorite variety of gardeners in the Northeast. Resistant to fusarium wilt and nematodes, as well as meat...
  • Okra

    Okra

    Okra Okra is a vigorous and high-yielding plant up to 8 feet tall. Straight, thornless pods have an extraordinary taste and texture and can be fried, boiled, or pickled. It ripens in about 55 days, and the tastiest pods are around 3 inches in size.This unusual member of the hibiscus family is native to North Africa, where it is still found in the wild....
  • Marketer Cucumber

    Marketer Cucumber

    Marketer Cucumber These cucumbers have long, slender fruits 12-14 inches long and ripen in 58 days. It is ideal for slicing, is not bitter, and contains almost no acid. It is suitable for pickling and preparing salads.Historians are convinced that the first cucumbers grew in the Himalayan mountains more than 3000 years ago and spread throughout Europe. Native Americans cultivated cucumbers under the influence...
  • Butternut Squash

    Butternut Squash

    Butternut Squash Waltham Butternut is the most popular winter pumpkin variety with a more uniform shape and size. The pulp is creamy with a rich nutty flavor. Pumpkins ripen in 100 days, up to 12 inches in length, weighing up to 5 pounds. The variety is high-yielding; you can store it for the winter —ideal for soups, baked, and porridge.Bob Young of Waltham, Massachusetts,...
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