NEWS FLASH! Now you can buy your favorite veggie in a 6 pack and the sixth plant is FREE!
Below is our incredibly long list of certified organic vegetable plants. We keep adding different kinds because we love them too! We have just added Rhubarb and Tobasco Peppers. The plants do sell out though, so order early. We will keep them nice and warm and out of the snow until it is time for you to plant.
Just click here or on the photo to order your favorite plants!
Brussel Sprouts-Oliver F1
Cabbage-Bilko F1 Napa
Cabbage-Emerald Cross F1
Cauliflower-Snowball Y Improved
Celery-Tall Utah Celery
Pepper-Cal Wonder Sweet Pepper
Pepper-Early Jalapeno Chili
Pepper-Purple Beauty Bell Sweet
Pepper-Tobasco Hot Pepper
PepperPepper-Yankee Bell Sweet Pepper
Salad Greens-Crispino Iceberg Lettuce
Salad Greens-Hot Shot Spicy Mustard
Salad Greens-Pirat Head Lettuce
Salad Greens-Radicchio Indigo
Swiss Chard-Rainbow Chard
Tomatoes and Peppers have to have warm weather and warm soil to grow in. Transplants should go into the garden in spring as soon as the night time temperatures are around 55 and there is no more danger of frost. A cold soggy soil will slow growth and possibly kill newly transplanted seedlings.
In cold spring areas, mulches give these tender perennials the warm boost they need. Our Red Mulch has been shown to be very effective in increasing yields, not only in the north, but throughout the United States. Plastic cones filled with water (Season Starters) also boost the temperature and can help get the plants off right in early spring.
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