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Asparagus Jersey Giant 5/Pkg McKenzie 140892
Jersey Giant Asparagus provide extra large spears that are green, crisp and good flavour. This plant will produce large, thick spears over and over. Great early Spring eating. Plant Type: Perennial Grows Best In: Full Sun Day to Maturity: Early Spring to Late Spring Planting Depth: 5-8 cm or 2-3" Plant Spacing In Row: 30-60 cm or 12-24" Plant Spacing Between Row: 60 cm or 24" Number of Plants: 5 Product of USA Product Information: Dig a trench 20-25 cm (8-10”) deep and 30 cm (12”) wide as soon as the ground is workable. Backfill the trench with topsoil to create a mound at the bottom of the hole. Set each crown on top of the mound and drape the roots over the mound. The crown of the asparagus root should be at least 5-8 cm (2-3”) below the soil surface. Finish covering the asparagus roots with soil and water thoroughly after planting. Harvesting Information: It is important to let the plant grow out in the 1st year to help establish the plant for future growth. Do not cut or harvest any spears in the 1st year. In the 2nd year, pick a few spears when they are about 20 cm (8”) above the ground but be selective. In the 3rd year, pick spears when they are 20 cm (8”) high and the buds are tight. Fall Maintenance: After harvest season has ended in late Spring/ early summer, allow the spears to develop naturally. The plants will grow 1 to 2 meters tall, with light green foliage. It is important to fertilize your plants and maintain water throughout the season. During fall your plants will turn yellow, which is the sign to trim them back, about 2 cm from the ground. Make sure the area is weed free and ready for next Spring.
$7.99
Garlic 3 Bulb/Pkg McKenzie 141213
California Spring softneck garlic can be eaten as green garlic scapes (the curly top of the plant) or late fall garlic bulbs. Mild garlic flavour which is great for cooking and sauces. Plant Type: Garlic Bulb Grows Best In: Full Sun Day to Maturity: 100-125 days Planting Depth: 5 cm or 2" Plant Spacing in Row: 10 cm or 4" Plant Spacing Between Row: 45 cm or 18" Package Includes: 3 Bulbs Product of California Product Information: Separate the individual cloves just prior to planting, not before. Spring Planting: Plant as soon as the frost is out of the ground. Plant the cloves upright so that the tip is about 5 cm (2”) below the soil surface. Be sure to plant with the pointy side up and the roots down! Space the cloves 10 cm (4”) apart. Space the rows 45 cm (18”) apart. Harvest Instructions: Harvest when the tops of the garlic have started to wither and dry out. 1. When garlic starts to yellow, wither and dry out it is time to loosen the soil and gentle pull the garlic bulbs out of the soil. 2. Rinse the dirt from the garlic bulbs and hang with bulb side down for 4 weeks out of the sun and rain. 3. Once the outer layer on the garlic bulb has gone paper like your garlic is ready to be trimmed. Trim and remove the roots and the stem. This will improve shelf life. 4. Store in a cool dry place.
$3.99
Onion Sets Multipliers 225 gram Box McKenzie 140923
Long stem green onions bursting with flavour. These early season green onions are great for cooking or eating fresh in salads. Using onion sets allows you to skip the step of planting onion seed indoors. Plant Type: Onion Sets Grows Best In: Full Sun Planting Depth: 2.5 cm or 1" Plant Spacing In Row Green Onions: 2.5 cm or 1" Plant Spacing Between Row: 25-30 cm or 10-12" Product Weight: 225 grams at the time of filling Product of Canada Product Information: Plant in early spring as soon as the soil can be worked. Plant bulbs 2½ cm (1”) deep with the root end down. Space the bulbs 10 cm (4”) apart. Allow 25 – 30 cm (10 – 12”) between rows. Keep soil moist during the growing season. Multiplier onions will provide the earliest green produce from the garden. The first pulling of green onions should be taken from the center of each bulb to leave more space for the following shoots.
$3.69
Onion Sets Red 225 gram Box McKenzie 141212
Large, firm red onion with sweet to mild onion flavour. The red onion is great for eating fresh in salads, cooking or making sauces. Using onion sets allows you to skip the step of planting onion seed indoors. Moderate variety for storage. Plant Type: Onion Sets Grows Best In: Full Sun Day to Maturity: 80-120 days Planting Depth: 2.5 cm or 1" Plant Spacing In Row Green Onions: 2.5 cm or 1" Plant Spacing in Row Full Onions: 8-10 cm or 3-7" Plant Spacing Between Row: 25-30 cm or 10-12" Product Weight: 225 grams at the time of filling Product of Canada Product Information: Plant in early spring as soon as the soil can be worked. Keep soil moist during the growing season. Early Green Onions: Plant bulbs 2½ cm (1”) deep and 2½ cm (1”) apart, with the root end down. Allow 25 –30 cm (10 – 12”) between rows. Plant sets weekly for a continuous supply. Cooking Onions: Plant bulbs 2½ cm (1”) deep and 8 – 10 cm (3 – 4”) apart. Allow 25 – 30 cm (10 –12”) between rows. Harvest Instructions: Harvest when the tops of the onions have started to yellow or before the first frost. 1. When onions start to yellow it is almost time to harvest your onions. Bend the onion tops over to stop the onions from growing. 2. When the tops onion tops have browned loosen the soil around the onions and Pull them from the dirt. Leave the onions on the soil to dry in the sun for a couple of days weather permitting. 3. After drying for a couple of days brush the dirt off, trim the roots and leaves. 4. Store in a cool dry place.
$3.99
Onion Sets Shallots 225 gram Box McKenzie 141213
Medium elongated, firm onion with moderate onion and garlic flavour. The gourmet shallot is a versatile onion for cooking that offers a hint garlic flavour. Using onion sets allows you to skip the step of planting onion seed indoors. Moderate variety for storage. Plant Type: Onion Sets Grows Best In: Full Sun Day to Maturity: 80-100 days Planting Depth: 2.5 cm or 1" Plant Spacing in Row Full Onions: 10 cm or 7" Plant Spacing Between Row: 25-30 cm or 10-12" Product Weight: 225 grams at the time of filling Product of Canada Product Information: Plant in early spring as soon as the soil can be worked. Plant bulbs 2½ cm (1”) deep with the root end down. Space the bulbs 10 cm (4”) apart. Allow 25 - 30 cm (10 – 12”) between rows. Keep soil moist during the growing season. Harvest Instructions: Harvest when the tops of the onions have started to yellow or before the first frost. 1. When onions start to yellow it is almost time to harvest your onions. Bend the onion tops over to stop the onions from growing. 2. When the tops onion tops have browned loosen the soil around the onions and Pull them from the dirt. Leave the onions on the soil to dry in the sun for a couple of days weather permitting. 3. After drying for a couple of days brush the dirt off, trim the roots and leaves. 4. Store in a cool dry place.
$3.99
Onion Sets Spanish 225gr Box McKenzie 141212
Large, elongated onion bulb, firm with a light brown skin and a mild to sweet onion flavour. The Spanish onion is great for salsa, sauces and cooking. Using onion sets allows you to skip the step of planting onion seed indoors. This onion is a great in season onion with moderate shelf life. Plant Type: Onion Sets Grows Best In: Full Sun Day to Maturity: 95-120 days Planting Depth: 2.5 cm or 1" Plant Spacing In Row Green Onions: 2.5 cm or 1" Plant Spacing in Row Full Onions: 8-10 cm or 3-7" Plant Spacing Between Row: 25-30 cm or 10-12" Product Weight: 225 grams at the time of filling Product of Canada Product Information: Plant in early spring as soon as the soil can be worked. Keep soil moist during the growing season. Early Green Onions: Plant bulbs 2½ cm (1”) deep and 2½ cm (1”) apart, with the root end down. Allow 25 –30 cm (10 – 12”) between rows. Plant sets weekly for a continuous supply. Cooking Onions: Plant bulbs 2½ cm (1”) deep and 8 – 10 cm (3 – 4”) apart. Allow 25 – 30 cm (10 –12”) between rows. Harvest Instructions: Harvest when the tops of the onions have started to yellow or before the first frost. 1. When onions start to yellow it is almost time to harvest your onions. Bend the onion tops over to stop the onions from growing. 2. When the tops onion tops have browned loosen the soil around the onions and Pull them from the dirt. Leave the onions on the soil to dry in the sun for a couple of days weather permitting. 3. After drying for a couple of days brush the dirt off, trim the roots and leaves. 4. Store in a cool dry place.
$3.99
Onion Sets White 225 gram pkg McKenzie 140926
Medium to large, firm white onion with mild onion flavour. The white onion is one of the most popular raw eating onions available. Using onion sets allows you to skip the step of planting onion seed indoors. Excellent variety for storage. Plant Type: Onion Sets Grows Best In: Full Sun Day to Maturity: 90-120 days Planting Depth: 2.5 cm or 1" Plant Spacing In Row Green Onions: 2.5 cm or 1" Plant Spacing in Row Full Onions: 8-10 cm or 3-7" Plant Spacing Between Row: 25-30 cm or 10-12" Product Weight: 225 grams at the time of filling Product of Canada Product Information: Plant in early spring as soon as the soil can be worked. Keep soil moist during the growing season. Early Green Onions: Plant bulbs 2½ cm (1”) deep and 2½ cm (1”) apart, with the root end down. Allow 25 –30 cm (10 – 12”) between rows. Plant sets weekly for a continuous supply. Cooking Onions: Plant bulbs 2½ cm (1”) deep and 8 – 10 cm (3 – 4”) apart. Allow 25 – 30 cm (10 –12”) between rows. Harvest Instructions: Harvest when the tops of the onions have started to yellow or before the first frost. When onions start to yellow it is almost time to harvest your onions. Bend the onion tops over to stop the onions from growing. When the tops onion tops have browned loosen the soil around the onions and Pull them from the dirt. Leave the onions on the soil to dry in the sun for a couple of days weather permitting. After drying for a couple of days brush the dirt off, trim the roots and leaves. 4. Store in a cool dry place.
$3.99
Onion Sets Yellow 225 gram Box McKenzie 140927
Medium to large, firm yellow onion with moderate onion flavour. The yellow onion is one of the most popular cooking onions available. Using onion sets allows you to skip the step of planting onion seed indoors. Excellent variety for storage. Plant Type: Onion Sets Grows Best In: Full Sun Day to Maturity: 90-120 days Planting Depth: 2.5 cm or 1" Plant Spacing In Row Green Onions: 2.5 cm or 1" Plant Spacing in Row Full Onions: 8-10 cm or 3-7" Plant Spacing Between Row: 25-30 cm or 10-12" Product Weight: 225 grams at the time of filling Product of Canada Product Information: Plant in early spring as soon as the soil can be worked. Keep soil moist during the growing season. Early Green Onions: Plant bulbs 2½ cm (1”) deep and 2½ cm (1”) apart, with the root end down. Allow 25 –30 cm (10 – 12”) between rows. Plant sets weekly for a continuous supply. Cooking Onions: Plant bulbs 2½ cm (1”) deep and 8 – 10 cm (3 – 4”) apart. Allow 25 – 30 cm (10 –12”) between rows. Harvest Instructions: Harvest when the tops of the onions have started to yellow or before the first frost. 1. When onions start to yellow it is almost time to harvest your onions. Bend the onion tops over to stop the onions from growing. 2. When the tops onion tops have browned loosen the soil around the onions and Pull them from the dirt. Leave the onions on the soil to dry in the sun for a couple of days weather permitting. 3. After drying for a couple of days brush the dirt off, trim the roots and leaves. 4. Store in a cool dry place.
$3.69
Rhubarb 1/Pkg McKenzie 140892
Rhubarb Victoria produce bright green stalks with red accents, that are crisp and firm. A very easy and rewarding plant to grow. Plant Type: Perennial Grows Best In: Full Sun Day to Maturity: Early Spring Planting Depth: 5 cm or 2" Plant Spacing In Row: 1-1.2 m or 3-4' Plant Spacing Between Row: 1-1.2 m or 3-4' Number of Plants: 1 Product of Canada Product Information: Plant the rhubarb crown 5 cm (2") below the soil surface. Do not harvest rhubarb stalks in the first year as the plant is developing a strong root and shoot system for future harvesting. Never eat rhubarb leaves as they are toxic. You can encourage a more vigorous growth the next season by not harvesting all the leaf stalks.
$6.99
Strawberry Everbearing Box 8/Plants 140893
Everbearing strawberries produce two to three harvests of fruit intermittently during the spring, summer and fall. Enjoy a medium sized, bright red, sweet fruit. Plant Type: Perennial Grows Best In: Full Sun Day to Maturity: Spring to Fall Planting Depth: Twice the size of the root Plant Spacing In Row: 30-38 cm or 12-15" Plant Spacing Between Row: 60 cm or 24" Number of Plants: 8 Product of USA Product Information: Plant strawberries in a warm sunny location in fertile, well-drained soil that is rich in organic material. In early spring, place the plants 20-30 cm (10-12”) apart. Make each hole large enough to accommodate the roots and place a mound of earth in the center of each hole. The roots should be pressed firmly into the soil around the mound. Fill the hole, making sure the soil only goes halfway up the crown as a buried crown will rot. Water thoroughly after planting. Strawberries require plenty of moisture during their growth season, especially during blooming time through to harvest. If plants are not receiving water from rain, provide your plants with 2.5-5 cm (1-2”) of water per week. Pick strawberries with their stems attached (when berries are ripe). Mulch between plants after planting to keep the soil temperature cool, deter weeds and to keep the fruit off the soil. Straw is a traditional strawberry mulch. Do not use black plastic since it will raise the soil temperature and optimal fruit production requires cool soil. Tips: - Remove runners and flowers until July 1st of the first year. Plants may then be allowed to produce fruit. - Multiple harvests are exhausting on plants and everbearing varieties should be replaced about every 3 years or whenever they seem to slow in vigor. It is recommended to plant a new crop during the second year of production. - Mulching over the strawberry plants in winter will prevent injury to the crowns. Wait until the temperature drops to approx. -5°C and cover with several inches of straw.
$8.99
Strawberry White Box 8/Plants 140893
White Pine-berries or also know as White Strawberries produce two to three harvests of fruit intermittently during the spring, summer and fall. Enjoy a small to medium sized, white, sweet tropical tasting fruit. Note: to produce fruit this strawberry plant need to be planted with other varieties of strawberry plants. Plant Type: Perennial Grows Best In: Full Sun Day to Maturity: Spring to Fall Planting Depth: Twice the size of the root Plant Spacing In Row: 30-38 cm or 12-15" Plant Spacing Between Row: 60 cm or 24" Number of Plants: 8 Product of USA Product Information: Plant strawberries in a warm sunny location in fertile, well-drained soil that is rich in organic material. In early spring, place the plants 20-30 cm (10-12”) apart. Make each hole large enough to accommodate the roots and place a mound of earth in the center of each hole. The roots should be pressed firmly into the soil around the mound. Fill the hole, making sure the soil only goes halfway up the crown as a buried crown will rot. Water thoroughly after planting. Strawberries require plenty of moisture during their growth season, especially during blooming time through to harvest. If plants are not receiving water from rain, provide your plants with 2.5-5 cm (1-2”) of water per week. Pick strawberries with their stems attached (when berries are ripe). Mulch between plants after planting to keep the soil temperature cool, deter weeds and to keep the fruit off the soil. Straw is a traditional strawberry mulch. Do not use black plastic since it will raise the soil temperature and optimal fruit production requires cool soil. Tips: - Remove runners and flowers until July 1st of the first year. Plants may then be allowed to produce fruit. - Multiple harvests are exhausting on plants and everbearing varieties should be replaced about every 3 years or whenever they seem to slow in vigor. It is recommended to plant a new crop during the second year of production. - Mulching over the strawberry plants in winter will prevent injury to the crowns. Wait until the temperature drops to approx. -5°C and cover with several inches of straw.
$7.99
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