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Seeds Mesculun Mixture Mild 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.
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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
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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.
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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.
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Seeds Beans Broad Windsor Fava OSC Seed Packet
Long straight pods with 5 to 6 large,meaty beans per pod on plants growing to 24'' in height. A very good general purpose fava bean
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Seeds Beans Bush Blue Lake OSC Seed Packet
Produces heavy yields of meaty, medium size 15 cm (6″) long pods. Big Bushy plants require a lot of space between rows
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Seeds Beans Bush 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
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Seeds Beans Bush Royal Burgundy Jumbo Pack OSC Seed Packet
This trusted purple podded variety is a productive and long bearing favourite. A good choice to get a jump on the season when the soil is still on the cool side. Richly textured, crispy and meaty 15 cm (6″) long pods have a delicious flavour whether eaten fresh or brought out from the freezer over the winter. When cooked for 2 minutes, the pods turn a bright green indicating the perfect blanching time for freezing! Brown Seed. This product is part of the Multi-Coloured Bean Collection and the Colourful Veggie 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 90 grams
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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.
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Seeds Beans Kentucky Wonder Green Jumbo Pack OSC Seed Packet
HEIRLOOM. Pods are oval, thick, gently curved, meaty and tender. Stringless when young. Full Description One of the most popular beans of all time and a favorite of American gardeners since the late 19th century. Variety can be relied on for peak flavor, productivity, and wide adaptability. Yields abundant clusters of thick, meaty 9" green pods. Stringless when young. Delicious fresh, cooked, frozen, or dried for shell beans.
Pole Bean Jumbo Package 90 grams
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Seeds Beans Pencil Pod Black Wax Yellow Bush OSC Seed Packet
Pencil Pod Black Wax Yellow Bush Bean Seeds 1135 Heirloom Vegetable. This vigorous, stocky bush bean is a prolific producer. Fleshy, light yellow pods 12-15 cm (5 to 6″) long are quite tender and generally stringless. Plants grow to between 40-50 cm (16-20″) tall. A highly dependable multi-use bean for both home and market gardeners alike. Introduced in 1900. This product is part of the Yellow Bush Beans Collection and the Multi-Coloured 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.
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Seeds Beans Pencil Pod Black Wax Yellow Bush Jumbo Pack OSC Seed Packet
Pencil Pod Black Wax Yellow Bush Bean Seeds 1135 Heirloom Vegetable. This vigorous, stocky bush bean is a prolific producer. Fleshy, light yellow pods 12-15 cm (5 to 6″) long are quite tender and generally stringless. Plants grow to between 40-50 cm (16-20″) tall. A highly dependable multi-use bean for both home and market gardeners alike. Introduced in 1900. This product is part of the Yellow Bush Beans Collection and the Multi-Coloured 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
$5.49
Seeds Beans Pole Kentucky Wonder Wax Packet OSC Seed
Kentucky Wonder Wax Yellow Pole Bean Seeds 1215 Heirloom Vegetable. Shares much of the same vigorous growth and bean production habits of Kentucky Wonder Green – except the pods are a beautiful buttery yellow! Brown seed. How to Grow 4-5 seed/gram. The growth requirements for pole beans are mostly the same as bush beans. The main difference is pole beans need to be grown on trellises, open weave fencing, nylon bean netting strung between supports or on bamboo or pole teepee. Securely anchor temporary structures to prevent collapse during the growing season. Make sure irrigation supplements rainfall during drier weather.
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Seeds Beans Pole Beans Scarlet Runner OSC Seed Packet
Mostly grown for the abundance of red flowers, but they do produce an abundance of edible snap beans. Scarlet Runner Beans are very unique. They feature brilliant scarlet flowers that contrast attractively against the plant's dark green foliage. The vines climb 2-3 m (6-10''), attract hummingbirds to the garden, and provide an extremely high yield of delicious 20-25 cm ( 8-10") snap beans.
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Seeds Beans Pole Kentucky Wonder Green Packet OSC Seed Packet
HEIRLOOM. Pods are oval, thick, gently curved, meaty and tender. Stringless when young. Full Description One of the most popular beans of all time and a favorite of American gardeners since the late 19th century. Variety can be relied on for peak flavor, productivity, and wide adaptability. Yields abundant clusters of thick, meaty 9" green pods. Stringless when young. Delicious fresh, cooked, frozen, or dried for shell beans.
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Seeds Beans Royal Burgundy OSC Seed Packet
This trusted purple podded variety is a productive and long bearing favourite. A good choice to get a jump on the season when the soil is still on the cool side. Richly textured, crispy and meaty 15 cm (6″) long pods have a delicious flavour whether eaten fresh or brought out from the freezer over the winter. When cooked for 2 minutes, the pods turn a bright green indicating the perfect blanching time for freezing! Brown Seed. This product is part of the Multi-Coloured Bean Collection and the Colourful Veggie 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.
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Seeds Beans Slenderette Jumbo Pack OSC Seed Packet
Dark glossy green pods 13 cm (5″) long are slender and smooth with an outstanding flavour. Since the tender beans have no fibre or string, they are an excellent choice for the table, freezing or canning. Resistant to common bean mosaic and top curly virus. White seed. 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
$5.49
Seeds Beans Slenderette OSC Seed Packet
Dark glossy green pods 13 cm (5″) long are slender and smooth with an outstanding flavour. Since the tender beans have no fibre or string, they are an excellent choice for the table, freezing or canning. Resistant to common bean mosaic and top curly virus. White seed. 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.
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Seeds Beans Tender Green Jumbo Pack OSC Seed Packet
The king of the green snap beans! An extraordinarily heavy producer, yielding succulent, sweet 15 cm (6″) long beans that are superb for fresh or frozen use. Nicely shaped dark green beans are held well off the ground making picking less of a chore. By far, our best selling variety. Black seed. This product is part of the Green Bush Beans Collection and the Multi-Coloured 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
$5.49
Seeds Beans Tender Green OSC Seed Packet
The king of the green snap beans! An extraordinarily heavy producer, yielding succulent, sweet 15 cm (6″) long beans that are superb for fresh or frozen use. Nicely shaped dark green beans are held well off the ground making picking less of a chore. By far, our best selling variety. Black seed. This product is part of the Green Bush Beans Collection and the Multi-Coloured 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.
$2.19
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