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Vegetable Garden
Brussel Sprouts
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Varieties of Brussel Sprouts we sell: 

Jade Cross

Product Info:

Sowing seeds inside 6-8 weeks before the last spring frost is recommended, but Brussel Sprouts seeds can also be sown directly into the ground 4 months before the first frost in autumn. Plant transplants 12-24 inches apart, and water well!

Leek
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Info:

Plant leeks in full-sun where there’s rich soil and good drainage. Plant after last threat of frost in the spring.

Lettuce
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Varieties of Lettuce we sell: 

Bibb, Buttercrunch, Esmeralda, Head, Radicchio, Red Sails, Red Salad Bowl, Romaine, Salad Bowl Mix

Info: 

Make sure you plant lettuce in loose, fertilized, well-drained soil. Plant seeds a 1/2 inch deep about 4 inches apart. Delicious in salads!

Okra
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Varieties of Okra we sell: 

Green Fingers

Info: 

Plant Okra in warm weather after the last danger of frost. Make sure the soil is fertile and well-drained, 1/2 inch deep to to 18 inches apart.

Onion
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Varieties of Onion we sell: 

Granex Yellow, Sweet Spanish Red, Sweet Spanish White, Sweet Spanish Yellow, Stuttgarter, Ebenezer

Info: 

We sell onion sets that grow into full-sized onions in 14 weeks. Plant early in the spring or fall and harvest after their tops begin to die back. Plant on raised beds or raised rows at least 4 inches high.

Peas
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Varieties of Peas we sell: 

Patio Wonder

Info: 

Peas are easy to grow with a limited growing season. Plant as early as you can in the spring, about 1 inch deep and 2 inches apart.

Hot Peppers
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Varieties of Hot Peppers we sell: 

Caribbean Red, Garden Salsa, Habanaro Orange, Habanero, Lemon, Hottie, Hungarian, Jalapeno, Jalapeno Gigante, Red Cayenne, Red Chili, Sweet Cherry, Sweet Heat, Tobasco

Info: 

Hot peppers like it, well, hot! Plant peppers in full sun and be sure to avoid overwatering. Be sure to plant after risk of last frost, as they are highly sensitive to cooler temperatures. Plant seedlings 2 – 3 feet apart to ensure that they have enough space to grow.

Sweet Peppers
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Varieties of Sweet Peppers we sell: 

Bell Boy, Bell Mohawk, Bell Redskin, Better Belle, Big Bertha, Big Daddy, Blushing Beauty, Cajun Belle, California Wonder, Carmen, Chocolate Beauty, Costa Rican, Elisa Red, Fat & Sassy, Golden Bell, Great Stuff, Gypsy Yellow, Ivory Bell, Jingle Bells, Jupiter Green Bell, Jingle Bells, Jupiter Green Bell, Lilac, Orange Blaze, Orobelle, Patio (r. Bell), Pimento, Pritavit, Red Beauty, Red Delicious, Revolution, Sweet Banana, Sweet Bananarama, Valencia Orange, Yolo Wonder

Info: 

Peppers are easy to grow and highly successful in most Ohio gardens! Plant in full sun with compost and fertilizer well after the first threat of frost has passed. Be sure to plant in well-drained soil, and weed carefully around plants.

Pumpkins
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Varieties of Pumpkins we sell: 

We Be Little

Info: 

Pumpkins need lots of space to grow, so be sure you plant them 5 feet apart, or on the edge of the garden where they’ll have plenty of space to sprawl. Pumpkins need well-drained soil but lots of water, and full sun. They do best when planted directly into the ground after the last frost.

Rhubarb
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Varieties of Rhubarb we sell: 

Victoria

Info: 

Rhubarb is often used as a fruit in desserts and jams, although it’s technically a vegetable. Plant in a well-drained, fertile, spot with full-sun and be sure to weed gently. Rhubarb can be planted in the spring or in the fall.

Spinach
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Info: 

Spinach is a cool-weather crop that can be planted in early spring or fall. They prefer loamy soil, full sun, and neutral soil PH. Sow seeds 1 inch deep and cover lightly with soil.

Summer Squash
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Varieties of Summer Squash we sell: 

Portofino, Spaghetti, Yellow Crookneck, Yellow Straightneck, Zucchini Buckingham, Zucchini Eight Ball, Zucchini Hybrid

Info: 

Plant seeds 2 – 3 feet apart in full sun, or on a “hill”. Squash take up space, so be sure to allow room. Squash like full sun and lots of water, and be sure to fertilize and compost the soil before planting.

Winter Squash
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Varieties of Winter Squash we sell: 

Acorn, Butternut

Info: 

Winter squash can be harvested in autumn, and they have a shelf life that can last most of winter. Be sure to plant at least a foot apart to give them plenty of space, weed gently, and give them full sun and fully-fertilized soil.

Swiss Chard
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Varieties of Swiss Chard we sell: 

Bright Lights

Info: 

Swiss Chard is actually a member of the beet family, and can be planted in well-drained, rich soil. Be sure to water often and evenly during dry spells in summer.

Kohlrabi
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Varieties of Kohlrabi we sell: 

Grand Duke, Purple Splendor

Info: 

Also known as the “German Turnip”, Kohlrabi is in the same species as cabbage and broccoli. Plant in rich, well-drained soil in full sun in either spring or fall.

Kale
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Info: 

Kale has numerous nutrition benefits, and they go great in salads and other dishes! Kale loves cool weather, but can be planted from early spring to early summer. Plant in well-drained soil in full sun.

Artichoke
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Types of Artichoke We Sell: 

Green Globe

With fruit size growing 2 – 5 inches, Green Globe Artichokes take 120 days to reach maturity. Plant 48 inches apart. Grows to be 3-4 feet tall and 4 feet wide.

Asparagus
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Asparagus Types We Sell: 

Jersey Knight, Purple Passion

 

Asparagus is one of the rare vegetable garden items that are perennial! Plant Asparagus in early spring in an area with full sun and good drainage.

Beets
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Types of Beets We Sell: 

Detroit Red

Beets love the cooler weather of Ohio. Plant them in well-fertilized, moist soil in late spring.

Broccoflower
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Types of Broccoflower We Sell: 

Green Goddess

What the heck is Broccoflower? It’s a cross between Broccoli and Cauliflower, of course!

Broccoli
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Varieties we sell: 

Goliath, Green Comet

 

Broccoli loves the cooler weather, and therefore can be grown in both spring and fall! Plant in full sun with well-drained, fertilized soil.

Cabbage
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Varieties of Cabbage we Sell: 

Bravo, Discovery, Early Flat Dutch, Early Jersey, Golden Acre, Late Flat Dutch, Os Cross, Ruby Perfection, Savoy, Stonehead

Info: 

Choose a cloudy afternoon on which to plant cabbage, as transplants are sensitive to the hot sun. Cabbage is a cool-weather plant that can be a challenge to grow, but that doesn’t make it any less pleasurable! The closer you plant cabbage, the smaller the heads, so be sure to plant cabbage no closer than 12 inches apart in rows.

Chinese Cabbage
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Varieties of Chinese Cabbage we sell: 

Pac Choi

Info:

Grow Pac Choi in spring or autumn. This plant will grow rapidly in sunny weather during warm days! Plant from seed after threat of frost has passed.

Cauliflower
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Varieties of Cauliflower we sell: 

Cheddar, Self Blanche, Snow Crown, Snowking

Info: 

Cauliflower requires consistently cool weather in the 60s, so plant in early spring or fall. Plant in an area with at least 6 hours of full sun per day, and be sure to add compost while planting. Space transplants 18 – 24 inches apart with 30 inches between rows.

Celery
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Varieties of Celery we sell: 

Pascal

Info: 

Plant celery in early spring or fall, as this crop does not tolerate high heat. Keep well watered, as celery needs a constant water supply. Plant in rich, fertile soil with organic matter and compost.

Collards
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Info: 

Collards are one of the best vegetables to plant in fall. Sew seeds 18 – 24 inches apart.

Cucumber
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Varieties of Cucumber we sell: 

Burpless, Bush, Gold Standard, Market More, Pickling, Raider, Straight Eight, Victory

Info: 

Cucumbers are one of the easiest vegetables to plant in the garden, and often one of the easiest to grow. They love full-sun and lots of water. They can be grown anywhere because they love to climb, and they’re great for pickling!

Eggplant
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Varieties of Eggplant we sell: 

Black Beauty, Burpee Hybrid, Ebony, Ivory, Lavender Touch, Little Fingers

Info: 

Eggplants are a hot-weather vegetable that are ready for harvest in late summer. They need full sun and plenty of water.

Endive
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Info: 

Endive is a type of lettuce that go great in salads. Just like lettuce, plant endive in early spring, transplanting after the last danger of frost. Plant 6 inches apart in full sun. Harvest 80 days after planting.

Tomatoes
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Varieties of Tomatoes we sell: 

Amish Paste, Assorted, Beefmaster, Beefsteak, Better Boy, Big Beef, Big Boy, Big Mamma, Big Pick, Big Pink, Black Krim, Black Prince, Brandy Boy, Brandywine, Bush Champion, Cabernet, Celebrity, Champion, Cupid Grape, Early Girl, Floriamerica, Fourth of July, German Johnson, Golden Boy, Golden Jubilee, Golden Sweet Grape, Grape, Health Kick, Heirloom Rainbow Blend, Husky Cherry Red, Husky Pink, Husky Red, Jetstar, Juliet Grape, Lemon Boy, Mama Mia, Marglobe, Mega Bite, Mortgage Lifter, Mountain Pride, Mr. Stripey, Old Time Tasty, Oxheart, Patio, Pink Ponderosa, Premio, Quick Pick, R. Redstripe, Red Robin, Roma, Roman Candle, Rutgers, Solar Powered, Sugary, Sunray, Sunsugar Yellow Cherry, Super Tasty, Supersonic, Supersteak, Sweet Cherry 100, Sweet Seedless, Tiny Tim, Tomaccio, Tomade, Tomatillo, Totem, Tumbler, Tumbling Junior Yellow, Tumbling Tiger, Whopper, Window Box Roma, Wonder Boy, Yellow Pear

Info: 

Plant tomatoes in full sun with well-drained soil. Plant transplants about 2 feet apart in cages or on stakes, as they love to climb and will need the support. Tomatoes are a favorite in Ohio gardens, and will flourish all summer long if well watered.

Vegetable Garden
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Brussel Sprouts
Varieties of Brussel Sprouts we sell:  Jade Cross Product Info: Sowing seeds inside 6-8 weeks before the last spring frost is recommended, but Brussel Sprouts seeds can also be sown... Read More
Leek Image
Leek
Info: Plant leeks in full-sun where there’s rich soil and good drainage. Plant after last threat of frost in the spring.
Lettuce Image
Lettuce
Varieties of Lettuce we sell:  Bibb, Buttercrunch, Esmeralda, Head, Radicchio, Red Sails, Red Salad Bowl, Romaine, Salad Bowl Mix Info:  Make sure you plant lettuce in loose, ferti... Read More
Okra Image
Okra
Varieties of Okra we sell:  Green Fingers Info:  Plant Okra in warm weather after the last danger of frost. Make sure the soil is fertile and well-drained, 1/2 inch deep to to 18 i... Read More
Onion Image
Onion
Varieties of Onion we sell:  Granex Yellow, Sweet Spanish Red, Sweet Spanish White, Sweet Spanish Yellow, Stuttgarter, Ebenezer Info:  We sell onion sets that grow into full-sized ... Read More
Peas Image
Peas
Varieties of Peas we sell:  Patio Wonder Info:  Peas are easy to grow with a limited growing season. Plant as early as you can in the spring, about 1 inch deep and 2 inches apart.... Read More
Hot Peppers Image
Hot Peppers
Varieties of Hot Peppers we sell:  Caribbean Red, Garden Salsa, Habanaro Orange, Habanero, Lemon, Hottie, Hungarian, Jalapeno, Jalapeno Gigante, Red Cayenne, Red Chili, Sweet Cherry, Sweet Heat, Tobasco ... Read More
Sweet Peppers Image
Sweet Peppers
Varieties of Sweet Peppers we sell:  Bell Boy, Bell Mohawk, Bell Redskin, Better Belle, Big Bertha, Big Daddy, Blushing Beauty, Cajun Belle, California Wonder, Carmen, Chocolate Beauty, Costa Rican, Elisa Red, Fa... Read More
Pumpkins Image
Pumpkins
Varieties of Pumpkins we sell:  We Be Little Info:  Pumpkins need lots of space to grow, so be sure you plant them 5 feet apart, or on the edge of the garden where they’ll ha... Read More
Rhubarb Image
Rhubarb
Varieties of Rhubarb we sell:  Victoria Info:  Rhubarb is often used as a fruit in desserts and jams, although it’s technically a vegetable. Plant in a well-drained, fertile,... Read More
Spinach Image
Spinach
Info:  Spinach is a cool-weather crop that can be planted in early spring or fall. They prefer loamy soil, full sun, and neutral soil PH. Sow seeds 1 inch deep and cover lightly with soil.
Summer Squash Image
Summer Squash
Varieties of Summer Squash we sell:  Portofino, Spaghetti, Yellow Crookneck, Yellow Straightneck, Zucchini Buckingham, Zucchini Eight Ball, Zucchini Hybrid Info:  Plant seeds 2 ... Read More
Winter Squash Image
Winter Squash
Varieties of Winter Squash we sell:  Acorn, Butternut Info:  Winter squash can be harvested in autumn, and they have a shelf life that can last most of winter. Be sure to plant at ... Read More
Swiss Chard Image
Swiss Chard
Varieties of Swiss Chard we sell:  Bright Lights Info:  Swiss Chard is actually a member of the beet family, and can be planted in well-drained, rich soil. Be sure to water often a... Read More
Kohlrabi Image
Kohlrabi
Varieties of Kohlrabi we sell:  Grand Duke, Purple Splendor Info:  Also known as the “German Turnip”, Kohlrabi is in the same species as cabbage and broccoli. Plant in ... Read More
Kale Image
Kale
Info:  Kale has numerous nutrition benefits, and they go great in salads and other dishes! Kale loves cool weather, but can be planted from early spring to early summer. Plant in well-drained soil in full sun.... Read More
Artichoke Image
Artichoke
Types of Artichoke We Sell:  Green Globe With fruit size growing 2 – 5 inches, Green Globe Artichokes take 120 days to reach maturity. Plant 48 inches apart. Grows to be 3-4 feet tall and 4 feet wide.... Read More
Asparagus Image
Asparagus
Asparagus Types We Sell:  Jersey Knight, Purple Passion   Asparagus is one of the rare vegetable garden items that are perennial! Plant Asparagus in early spring in an area with full sun and go... Read More
Beets Image
Beets
Types of Beets We Sell:  Detroit Red Beets love the cooler weather of Ohio. Plant them in well-fertilized, moist soil in late spring.
Broccoflower Image
Broccoflower
Types of Broccoflower We Sell:  Green Goddess What the heck is Broccoflower? It’s a cross between Broccoli and Cauliflower, of course!
Broccoli Image
Broccoli
Varieties we sell:  Goliath, Green Comet   Broccoli loves the cooler weather, and therefore can be grown in both spring and fall! Plant in full sun with well-drained, fertilized soil.
Cabbage Image
Cabbage
Varieties of Cabbage we Sell:  Bravo, Discovery, Early Flat Dutch, Early Jersey, Golden Acre, Late Flat Dutch, Os Cross, Ruby Perfection, Savoy, Stonehead Info:  Choose a cloudy af... Read More
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Chinese Cabbage
Varieties of Chinese Cabbage we sell:  Pac Choi Info: Grow Pac Choi in spring or autumn. This plant will grow rapidly in sunny weather during warm days! Plant from seed after threat... Read More
Cauliflower Image
Cauliflower
Varieties of Cauliflower we sell:  Cheddar, Self Blanche, Snow Crown, Snowking Info:  Cauliflower requires consistently cool weather in the 60s, so plant in early spring or fall. P... Read More
Celery Image
Celery
Varieties of Celery we sell:  Pascal Info:  Plant celery in early spring or fall, as this crop does not tolerate high heat. Keep well watered, as celery needs a constant water supp... Read More
Collards Image
Collards
Info:  Collards are one of the best vegetables to plant in fall. Sew seeds 18 – 24 inches apart.
Cucumber Image
Cucumber
Varieties of Cucumber we sell:  Burpless, Bush, Gold Standard, Market More, Pickling, Raider, Straight Eight, Victory Info:  Cucumbers are one of the easiest vegetables to plant in... Read More
Eggplant Image
Eggplant
Varieties of Eggplant we sell:  Black Beauty, Burpee Hybrid, Ebony, Ivory, Lavender Touch, Little Fingers Info:  Eggplants are a hot-weather vegetable that are ready for harvest in... Read More
Endive Image
Endive
Info:  Endive is a type of lettuce that go great in salads. Just like lettuce, plant endive in early spring, transplanting after the last danger of frost. Plant 6 inches apart in full sun. Harvest 80 days after p... Read More
Tomatoes Image
Tomatoes
Varieties of Tomatoes we sell:  Amish Paste, Assorted, Beefmaster, Beefsteak, Better Boy, Big Beef, Big Boy, Big Mamma, Big Pick, Big Pink, Black Krim, Black Prince, Brandy Boy, Brandywine, Bush Champion, Caberne... Read More