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  • Image- Tuscano Kale

    PLANT: Kale-Lacinato


    Hardy, dark green leaves are excellent in kale soups, steamed, or stir fried.  Also known as ‘dinosaur kale’.

  • PLANT: Pole Bean-Scarlet Runner


    A beautiful plant that not only attracts pollinators, but also yields tender 12” long green beans.  You’ll need to support this runner bean, either on trellising or stakes, as it tends to sprawl.  Develops pretty deep red flowers. It’s fun to grow with children .  

  • PLANT: Pansy- Mixed (Large blooms)


    These pansies have enormous, edible, flat blooms on vigourous compact plants.  Technically pansies are a perennial, but they are mostly grown in our climate as a cold hardy annual.  Grow them in pots, window boxes, hanging baskets, or as mass plantings in the garden. (grown in organic soil from 2 leaf stage (baby plant)-started in non-organic soil)

  • PLANT: Marigold-Mixed Dwarf French


    6-packA stunning mixture of yellow, orange, red and variegated marigolds.  Small plants only grow to about 12” tall. Plant them around the garden to kill nematodes and repel white flies, but avoid planting near beans.  These grow well in pots, window boxes, and other containers.  Will bloom right until frost if deadheaded.

    (large 6 packs)

  • PLANT: Basil Blend


    Add colour to your pesto! Choose from purple,or genovese basil for a flavourful mix.The purple basil has a flavour more similar to genovese basil, but with dark purple leaves.  Basil grows well on your windowsill, and in any fertile, well drained garden.  It does like heat though, so make sure to plant it in full sun. (2-3 plants/ pot for 4 inch pots)