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    PLANT: Zucchini-Dark Green

    $4.42

    Dark green fruits on large, bushy plants.  You don’t have to trellis zucchini plants, but they do take up quite a bit of space.  Allow at least 3 feet per a plant.  Pick fruits when they are 6-8 inches long for slicing or eating raw- or harvest monster zucchinis for stuffing!  A fun plant to grow with kids.  Grow in full sun, in fertile, well drained soil.

  • PLANT: German Winter Thyme

    $4.42

    This hardy perennial has strongly flavoured leaves perfect for seasoning meats, soups and sauces.  It’s a good candidate for your kichen herb garden!  And once established, thyme requires little watering and fertilizing.  Plant in full sun.  Grows to 8-12 inches tall. (grown in organic soil from 2 leaf stage (baby plant)-started in non-organic soil)

  • PLANT: Parsley-Dark Green Italian

    $4.42

    This is a biennial herb grown as an annual, although it is quite cold hardy.  It’s large flat leaves are reputed to have a better flavour than many of the curly varieties.  Can be grown in pots on the kitchen windowsill, as well as out in your garden.  Easy to grow from a transplant (but more challenging from seed because of long germination period).

  • PLANT: Zucchini- Golden Delight

    $4.42

    Dark yellow fruits on medium, bushy plants.  You don’t have to trellis zucchini plants, but they do take up quite a bit of space.  Allow at least 3 feet per a plant.  Pick fruits when they are 6-8 inches long for slicing or eating raw- or harvest monster zucchinis for stuffing!  A fun plant to grow with kids.  Grow in full sun, in fertile, well drained soil.

  • PLANT: Hot Pepper-Orange Habanero

    $4.42

    Not for the faint of heart!  These little fire bombs rank 100,000 to 350,00 SHU’s on the scoville heat scale.  Habanero peppers start out lime green, then ripen to fiery orange, then to red.  They require lots of heat, and take a little longer to mature than most other peppers at 90-100 days from transplant.  Plant in full sun, in well drained, fertile soil.   Do not plant with brassicas, beans, or fennel

  • PLANT: Tomato- Sicilian Saucer

    $4.42

    This tomato may be the secret to great pasta sauce! It’s an  heirloom variety, originally from Sicily.  The large, meaty beaf-steak like tomatoes can grow to the size of a small plate.  So if you are into huge veggies, this variety might be for you. . .

  • PLANT: Tomato-Black Cherry/Chocolate Cherry (heirloom)

    $4.42

    Another one of our favourites! This heirloom produces plenty of deep purple fruit which are resistant to cracking. The tomatoes are about 1/2 oz, and have an incredible sweet, complex flavour.

    It’s got an indeterminate growing habit, so you’ll need to trellis/stake or cage it.  Expect ripe tomatoes around 65 days after transplanting.  Instead of having 1 short harvest window, they produce over several months- as long as the plant is healthy.

  • PLANT: Jalapeno Pepper

    $4.42

    These plants grow to about 2′ tall and can be planted in large containers.  The peppers are moderately hot, and are great for adding a bit of spice to salsas, dips, and sauces.

    Peppers start out green, then turn red.

    Plant in full sun, in fertile, well drained soil.

  • PLANT: Oregano

    $4.42

    A must have for the kitchen herb garden! Not only is it an essential ingredient in many Greek, Italian, and Spanish dishes, but it’s flowers also attract beneficial insects.   Unlike most other herbs, oregano maintains it’s strong flavour for months after harvest and drying.  Because oregano repels cabbage moths, it’s an excellent companion for your brassicas (kale, cabbage, broccoli, etc).  Grows well in pots. Plant in a sunny, warm area. Perennial hardy to zone 5. (grown in organic soil from 2 leaf stage (baby plant)-started in non-organic soil)

  • PLANT: Sweet Pepper-Golden Calwonder

    $4.42

    Vigourous 18-24in plants produce plenty of large, blocky golden sweet peppers.  These start out green, then change to a deep yellow.  Peppers like plenty of heat and fertility, so plant them in full sun and feed them well. You can also grow them in a 5-gallon container.  To avoid calcium deficiency, even watering is key.