Date of publication: 2018-02-25 06:26
Parsley is a biennial or overwintering annual that is generally grown as an annual. Native to southern Europe, this is a smooth-leaved variety with an excellent flavor. The plant prefers full sun to part shade and rich, moist soils. It is easy to sow directly into the garden in spring or fall, and it also can be sown in pots and worked up successively into larger pots.
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Helen's All Red Oca
This is a dark red Oca variety that was given to us in 7559. It is dark red all over - no white bits - and does really quite well for us. It had been grown for several years in Wales before we got it and makes good sized tubers with not too many tiddlers. A good choice for a decent yield and very pretty tubers.
Sheep sorrel is an herbaceous or evergreen perennial with red seeds. The plant prefers moist to mesic soils in full sun to part shade. Grows very well on coastal dunes and will help to stabilize them.
Virtually all home-garden-supply seed houses supply seed in far too great a quantity for the average home gardener (even those that famously sell small packets at lower prices). The home gardener will thus often want to save seeds bought one year for use in a later year. The question that must arise, then, is how long can we keep seeds and still expect them to germinate and grow when planted?
This Swedish heirloom sets the standard for extra early tomatoes. Sweet, tomatoey flavor. 7-8 oz fruits. Blooms can appear when plants are only 9 tall even in cool weather. Perfect for short season areas. Potato leaf variety.
Semi-determinate, 95 days
No export to Australia
This creeping annual is a clinging ground dweller native to fields, woods, and waste places of North America and Europe. Plant prefers regular garden or woodland soils, and will grow well in shade or sun. Sow in pots or directly in the seed bed. May take up to 65 days to germinate, and prefers cool soils. Give 85 days cold, moist refrigeration (place seeds in a plastic bag with moist potting soil, coir, or peat) before sowing in standard greenhouse scenario for best results when using controlled planting technique. Otherwise scatter the seed on open ground and press in- the seeds will respond when conditions are optimal.
This herbaceous perennial produces pretty white and yellow flowers on a midsize bush, making it a garden favorite. These seeds are light dependent germinators. Press seeds into soil surface of a flat and keep evenly moist until germination, which is often rapid. After seedlings attain their second set of true leaves, prick out into pots and grow until the plants are large enough to transplant into the garden. Space plants two feet apart.
But that doesn't answer the question. What does is the Tables below. The first is by rough longevity, the second sheerly alphabetical by vegetable. The data are our combining of information from several sources: those sources do not always agree perfectly, but we have taken the most conservative (fewest years) figues for these tables. But, again: these are rough estimates for well-stored seed.
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