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Jobes Garden Defense Action Owl 16'' EAS-8011
Scare away birds and vermin with this great horned owl look-alike--when the wind blows, the head of the Action Owl bobbles and spins, adding to its lifelike qualities. And as attractive as it is useful, the Action Owl is a great patio accent, garden feature, or lawn ornament for any home.
$39.99
Seeds Mesculun Mixture Mild Mix OSC Seed Packet
A nice combination of tastes and flavor that appeals to any palate. Includes Ruby Red Lettuce, Grand Rapids Lettuce, Salad Bowl Lettuce, White Boston Lettuce, Lemon Basil, Bloomsdale Spinach, Summer Savory, Fordhook Swiss Chard and Red Romaine Lettuce. How to Grow Mesclun mixes are sun-loving cool weather crops that grow best in organic, well drained soil. Sow as soon as the soil can be worked in the spring, then every two weeks thereafter to ensure a continuous supply. Sow about 3 mm (1/8″) deep in rows 45 cm (18″) apart. An even supply of moisture during the entire growth period is imperative for success. Harvest by either pulling the entire plant or by cutting leaves from the main stem at least 2.5 cm (1″) above the base – this will allow the plant to sprout new leaves. Once plants start to bolt (produce rapidly growing flower stems), leaves become bitter.
$1.99
Seeds Mesculun Mixture Salad Greens OSC Seed Packet
Mesclun is a mix of tender, young salad green leaves. The mix often includes leaf lettuce, arugula, endive, frisée, mizuma, oak leaf, mâche or lamb's lettuce, radicchio, sorrel, chervil, groundsel, and dandelion. Mesclun is the French word for “mixture.” In Italy, a similar mixture of greens is called mescladisse.
$1.99
Seeds Mesculun Mixture Spicy Italian OSC Seed Packet
The “zesty” greens in this blend will punch you right in the taste buds! Contains Oakleaf Lettuce, Buttercrunch Lettuce, Ruby Red Lettuce, Arugula, Chervil, Endive, Raddichio Verona Red, Mizuna Mustard, Florence Fennel, Peppercress and Thai Basil. How to Grow Mesclun mixes are sun-loving cool weather crops that grow best in organic, well drained soil. Sow as soon as the soil can be worked in the spring, then every two weeks thereafter to ensure a continuous supply. Sow about 3 mm (1/8″) deep in rows 45 cm (18″) apart. An even supply of moisture during the entire growth period is imperative for success. Harvest by either pulling the entire plant or by cutting leaves from the main stem at least 2.5 cm (1″) above the base – this will allow the plant to sprout new leaves. Once the plants start to bolt (develop rapidly growing flower stems), leaves become bitter.
$1.99
Seeds A Vegetable Starter Kit OSC Seed Packet
Kit comes with seven individual vegetable seed packets for the beginner gardener at an economical price. Included in the kit are Beet-Early Wonder, Green Beens-Slenderette, Carrott-Chantenay, Cucumber-Marketmore, Lettuce-Grand Rapids, Peas-Homesteader, and Radish-Scarlet Globe
contains 7 easy to grow vegetables for a small plot
$9.99
Seeds Arugula Aimers Organic Seed Packet
A spicy strong tasting spinach-like salad green with a delicious nutty flavour. Very popular in salads or cooked like spinach. Cooler weather is best for this plant.
$2.69
Seeds Arugula Roquette OSC Packet
Strong tasting spinach like greens with delicious nutty flavour are very popular in salads or cooked like spinach. Grows to 3' tall. Sow outdoors in mid to late May, or start indoors, and transplant outdoors after risk of frost has passed
$1.99
Seeds Asparagus Mary Washington OSC Seed Packet
Mary Washington Asparagus is a trusted, reliable variety introduced in 1949 that produces vigorous, medium green, mouth-watering spears that are excellent fresh or quite suitable for freezing. It is an heirloom vegetable that is one of the older and more common asparagus varieties, with good resistance to asparagus rust and wilt. When fully established, asparagus plants can produce yields for 20 years or more. Mary Washington Asparagus Seeds 1100 contains 50 seeds/gram for planting. Your asparagus seeds may be started indoors for one year, before being transplanted to a garden bed with deep, well-composted soil. To keep them growing well, you should mulch your plants with composted material each spring — and you will be enjoying delicious asparagus spears for years to come! Read our guide on how to grow asparagus to learn more. How to Grow Asparagus Seeds Site: Select a sunny site with well-drained soil and work in large amounts of composted manure up to 12″ deep. A soil pH in the range of 6.5 to 7.5 is ideal. Planting: Soak your asparagus seeds in water for 2 days, then sow seeds 2.5 cm (1″) deep and 12.5 cm (5″) apart in rows 45 to 60 cm (18-24″) apart. Thinning: Thin the seedlings to 15 cm (6″) apart when they are 7.5 cm (3″) tall. Transplanting: During mid-spring in the second year, transplant the 1-year-old roots 45 cm (18″) apart in rows 1 m (40″) apart. Harvesting: It is best to wait until the third year after sowing to take a regular harvest. Upkeep: Each spring, mulch established plants with compost and work in large amounts of composted manure 30 cm (12″) deep. Feed with a general-purpose vegetable fertilizer such as granular 4-12- 8 or soluble 20-20-20.
$1.99
Seeds Basil Dark Opal OSC Seed Packet
Dark Opal Basil seeds yield lush purplish-bronze foliage that make this a truly stunning ornamental plant. It is also known for its herbal uses. This A.A.S. winner has fine flavour and aroma and is excellent for seasoning or use in vinegar. It is not uncommon for a small proportion of the leaves to turn green. One interesting note – basil seeds harvested from mature plants are used as a thickening agent in sweet drinks. Annual. How to Grow 600 seed/gram. Do not rush planting. As Basil loves warm soil and warm temperatures, it will languish if temperatures are below 15 C (60 F). Sow seed directly outdoors in a sunny site with average soil in late May and June. Plant seed 4 mm (3/16″) deep and 6 mm (1/4″) apart. Thin to 20-25 cm (8-10″) apart in the garden. Seed can also be started indoors in a soil-less mix 4-6 weeks before last frost date. Keep temperature at 21 C (70 F) for the 7-10 day germination period, then grow on at the same temperature before hardening off and transplanting outside after the danger of all frost has passed.
$1.99
Seeds Basil Genovese Aimers Organic Seed Packet
Heirloom Herb. Genovese Basil seeds are a great addition to any herb garden. You will make perfect pesto every time with this very popular basil variety! There is a very spicy taste just waiting to get out of the large, 5 cm (2″) long, luscious looking dark green leaves. This variety is quite slow to bolt. Annual. How to Grow Do not rush planting. As Basil loves warm soil and warm temperatures, it will languish if temperatures are below 15 C (60 F). Sow seed directly outdoors in a sunny site with average soil in late May and June. Plant seed 4 mm (3/16″) deep and 6 mm (1/4″) apart. Thin to 25-30 cm (10-12″) apart in the garden. Seed can also be started indoors in a soil-less mix 4-6 weeks before last frost date. Keep temperature at 21 C (70 F) for the 7-10 day germination period, then grow on at the same temperature before hardening off and transplanting outside after the danger of all frost has passed.
$2.69
Seeds Basil Genovese OSC Seed Packet
Heirloom Herb. Genovese Basil seeds are a great addition to any herb garden. You will make perfect pesto every time with this very popular basil variety! There is a very spicy taste just waiting to get out of the large, 5 cm (2″) long, luscious looking dark green leaves. This variety is quite slow to bolt. Annual. How to Grow Do not rush planting. As Basil loves warm soil and warm temperatures, it will languish if temperatures are below 15 C (60 F). Sow seed directly outdoors in a sunny site with average soil in late May and June. Plant seed 4 mm (3/16″) deep and 6 mm (1/4″) apart. Thin to 25-30 cm (10-12″) apart in the garden. Seed can also be started indoors in a soil-less mix 4-6 weeks before last frost date. Keep temperature at 21 C (70 F) for the 7-10 day germination period, then grow on at the same temperature before hardening off and transplanting outside after the danger of all frost has passed.
$1.99
Seeds Basil Sweet Aimers Organic Seed Packet
Sweet Basil Seeds 3120 Heirloom Herb. This is no doubt the most important herb in flavouring tomato sauces and pesto. We recommend continually harvesting leaves to delay flower production, as flowers normally signal an end to vegetative growth. Plants can grow to 60 cm (2′) in height although 30-45 cm (12-18″) is more common. Annual. How to Grow. Sow sweet basil seeds outdoors in mid-to-late May, then every two weeks through August, or start them inside and transplant after the danger of frost has passed. Basil can be grown indoors on a sunny window or under lights during the winter. Indoor Basil plants are not long-lived nor do they produce significantly. Indoor plants tend to be lanky and produce smaller leaves. Outdoors, basil is a low maintenance plant & prolific– all you really need to do is provide water when necessary. Lightly feed with a general-purpose fertilizer, as too much can adversely affect the production of the essential oils responsible for flavour and aroma. Basil plants are grown for their leaves and flower clusters.
$2.69
Seeds Basil Sweet OSC Seed Packet
Sweet Basil Seeds 3120 Heirloom Herb. This is no doubt the most important herb in flavouring tomato sauces and pesto. We recommend continually harvesting leaves to delay flower production, as flowers normally signal an end to vegetative growth. Plants can grow to 60 cm (2′) in height although 30-45 cm (12-18″) is more common. Annual. How to Grow. Sow sweet basil seeds outdoors in mid-to-late May, then every two weeks through August, or start them inside and transplant after the danger of frost has passed. Basil can be grown indoors on a sunny window or under lights during the winter. Indoor Basil plants are not long-lived nor do they produce significantly. Indoor plants tend to be lanky and produce smaller leaves. Outdoors, basil is a low maintenance plant & prolific– all you really need to do is provide water when necessary. Lightly feed with a general-purpose fertilizer, as too much can adversely affect the production of the essential oils responsible for flavour and aroma. Basil plants are grown for their leaves and flower clusters.
$1.99
Seeds Beans Blue Lake Aimers Organic Seed Packet
Blue Lake Pole is an early maturing stringless bean with a mild flavor. Their enjoyable 15 cm (6") long, straight-podded beans are tender, meaty, and great for processing. The small seeds that populate the pods keep them round and smooth. ... Dry and cut off both ends of beans. Snip beans into 1" pieces.
$2.69
Seeds Beans Brittle Wax Jumbo Pack OSC Seed Packet
Brittle Wax Yellow Bush Bean Seeds 1150 Heirloom Vegetable. This old time gem was first introduced around 1900! Round, fleshy, brittle, medium yellow pods about 15 cm (6″) long have a rich flavour. Erect, bushy plants bear an abundance of the tender string-less pods at an early date. Anyone who likes fresh bush beans should definitely try this variety! White Seed. This product is part of the Yellow Bush Beans Collection. How to Grow Beans tolerate a wide range of soil types. Their best growth is in light, organic, well drained soil with a pH of about 6.5. Beans have a distinct dislike for cold, wet soils, so sow seed only after the soil has warmed to at least 16 C (60 F). Sow 2.5 cm (1″) deep and 8 cm (3″) apart in rows spaced 45 to 70 cm (18 to 28″) apart. To ensure a continuous harvest, sow bush-type varieties every 10 days until mid-July. Keep beans evenly watered, particularly when the plants are in flower and when production of the pods start. Avoid the use of high nitrogen fertilizer. Nitrogen promotes excessive foliage. Avoid disturbing beans when leaves are damp to reduce the incidence of disease.
Jumbo Package 100 grams
$4.99
Seeds Beans Brittle Wax OSC Seed Packet
Brittle Wax Yellow Bush Bean Seeds 1150 Heirloom Vegetable. This old time gem was first introduced around 1900! Round, fleshy, brittle, medium yellow pods about 15 cm (6″) long have a rich flavour. Erect, bushy plants bear an abundance of the tender string-less pods at an early date. Anyone who likes fresh bush beans should definitely try this variety! White Seed. This product is part of the Yellow Bush Beans Collection. How to Grow Beans tolerate a wide range of soil types. Their best growth is in light, organic, well drained soil with a pH of about 6.5. Beans have a distinct dislike for cold, wet soils, so sow seed only after the soil has warmed to at least 16 C (60 F). Sow 2.5 cm (1″) deep and 8 cm (3″) apart in rows spaced 45 to 70 cm (18 to 28″) apart. To ensure a continuous harvest, sow bush-type varieties every 10 days until mid-July. Keep beans evenly watered, particularly when the plants are in flower and when production of the pods start. Avoid the use of high nitrogen fertilizer. Nitrogen promotes excessive foliage. Avoid disturbing beans when leaves are damp to reduce the incidence of disease.
$1.99
Seeds Beans Golden Wax Aimers Organic Seed Packet
Golden Wax Yellow Bush Bean Seeds 1140 Heirloom Vegetable. Look for loads of flat, slightly wider, creamy yellow pods on plants growing about 45 cm (18″) tall. This string-less variety has been around since the early 1870’s and continues to be one of the best selling yellow wax beans on the market. An excellent variety for fresh eating as well as for both freezing and canning. Hardy and very productive. White Seed. This product is part of the Yellow Bush Beans Collection. How to Grow Beans tolerate a wide range of soil types. Their best growth is in light, organic, well drained soil with a pH of about 6.5. Beans have a distinct dislike for cold, wet soils, so sow seed only after the soil has warmed to at least 16 C (60 F). Sow 2.5 cm (1″) deep and 8 cm (3″) apart in rows spaced 45 to 70 cm (18 to 28″) apart. To ensure a continuous harvest, sow bush-type varieties every 10 days until mid-July. Keep beans evenly watered, particularly when the plants are in flower and when production of the pods start. Avoid the use of high nitrogen fertilizer. Nitrogen promotes excessive foliage. Avoid disturbing beans when leaves are damp to reduce the incidence of disease.
$2.69
Seeds Beans Golden Wax Jumbo Pack OSC Seed Packet
Golden Wax Yellow Bush Bean Seeds 1140 Heirloom Vegetable. Look for loads of flat, slightly wider, creamy yellow pods on plants growing about 45 cm (18″) tall. This string-less variety has been around since the early 1870’s and continues to be one of the best selling yellow wax beans on the market. An excellent variety for fresh eating as well as for both freezing and canning. Hardy and very productive. White Seed. This product is part of the Yellow Bush Beans Collection. How to Grow Beans tolerate a wide range of soil types. Their best growth is in light, organic, well drained soil with a pH of about 6.5. Beans have a distinct dislike for cold, wet soils, so sow seed only after the soil has warmed to at least 16 C (60 F). Sow 2.5 cm (1″) deep and 8 cm (3″) apart in rows spaced 45 to 70 cm (18 to 28″) apart. To ensure a continuous harvest, sow bush-type varieties every 10 days until mid-July. Keep beans evenly watered, particularly when the plants are in flower and when production of the pods start. Avoid the use of high nitrogen fertilizer. Nitrogen promotes excessive foliage. Avoid disturbing beans when leaves are damp to reduce the incidence of disease.
Jumbo Package 100 grams
$4.99
Seeds Beans Golden Wax OSC Seed Packet
Golden Wax Yellow Bush Bean Seeds 1140 Heirloom Vegetable. Look for loads of flat, slightly wider, creamy yellow pods on plants growing about 45 cm (18″) tall. This string-less variety has been around since the early 1870’s and continues to be one of the best selling yellow wax beans on the market. An excellent variety for fresh eating as well as for both freezing and canning. Hardy and very productive. White Seed. This product is part of the Yellow Bush Beans Collection. How to Grow Beans tolerate a wide range of soil types. Their best growth is in light, organic, well drained soil with a pH of about 6.5. Beans have a distinct dislike for cold, wet soils, so sow seed only after the soil has warmed to at least 16 C (60 F). Sow 2.5 cm (1″) deep and 8 cm (3″) apart in rows spaced 45 to 70 cm (18 to 28″) apart. To ensure a continuous harvest, sow bush-type varieties every 10 days until mid-July. Keep beans evenly watered, particularly when the plants are in flower and when production of the pods start. Avoid the use of high nitrogen fertilizer. Nitrogen promotes excessive foliage. Avoid disturbing beans when leaves are damp to reduce the incidence of disease.
$1.99
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