• Leek
    Allium ampeloprasum

    $19.99$39.99
    Leek is generally planted deeply in trenches so that the soil can be easily mounted around the base of the growing seedling. This process results in long, white stems. Start seeds indoors 10 - 12 weeks before transplanting outside after last frost. Needs loose, fertile soil. Best harvested after first frost.
  • Onion
    Allium cepa

    $2.99$19.99
    Onions come in white, red and yellow (including Spanish) varieties. Buy small onions and plant them in the garden in mid-May. Fold the stems into the soil when they begin to yellow late in the season. Harvest when the foliage is dry.
  • Garlic
    Allium sativum

    $3.99$19.99
    Plant each clove separately in spring or fall. Harvest when 75 % of the foliage is dry. Requires light, well-drained soil. Planting depth: 2.5 to 5 cm.
  • Asparagus Mary Washington
    Asparagus 'Improved Mary Washington '

    $4.99$19.99
    Highly ornamental plant with tall, feathery, graceful stems. Plant in cool, well-drained soil. Do not disturb for the first season. Will produce for 10-15 years. Harvest spears when they reach approx. 20 cm. Very tasty.
  • Asparagus
    Asparagus hybride 'Syn.4-56'

    $5.99$19.99
    Perennial with decorative, fern-like foliage. Snap off the spears starting mid-May to late June when they reach approx.15 to 20 cm. Avoid snapping off more than 8 to 10 spears per plant. In fall prune to 30 cm and cover crowns with soil or mulch. Likes sandy, humus-rich soil.
  • Bright Lights Swiss chard
    Beta vulg. 'Bright Lights'

    $6.99$19.99
    Swiss chard comes in a wide range of colours: yellow, pink, red, orange, purple, white, green and white-striped. Harvest the outside leaves of the plant as it grows. Use mulch to keep the soil moist. Days to maturity: 55.
  • Swiss chard
    Beta vulgaris cicla

    $7.99$19.99
    Good substitute for spinach because it tolerates heat and produces all summer long until the first frost. Harvest the outside leaves of the seedling as it grows. Use mulch to keep the soil moist. Days to maturity: 55 to 70. Seed outdoors two weeks before the last frost.
  • Cauliflower
    Brassica oleracea

    $8.99$19.99
    Requires deep, rich, moist and well-drained soil. Sow seeds in early April. Transplant into the garden two weeks before the last frost. When the cauliflower head is approx. the size of an egg, tie outer leaves around head to blanch it.
  • Broccoli
    Brassica oleracea italica

    $9.99$19.99
    Once you remove the central head the plant will produce numerous side shoots up to the first frosts. Does well in cool climates. Days to maturity: 70-95. Requires fertile, well-drained soil. Sow indoors, 4 weeks before the last frost.
  • Sweet pepper and hot pepper
    Capsicum annuum

    $9.99$19.99
    Must be kept warm. Cover ground with black plastic mulch. Does not like constant wind. Stem-ripened fruit takes two to three weeks longer to reach maturity. Days to maturity: 50-80. Requires light, well-drained soil. Sow indoors, 8 weeks before transplanting.
  • Cucumber and pickling cucumber
    Cucumis sativus

    $9.99$19.99
    Requires lots of water and warmth. Train on a trellis to save space and for better quality fruit. Harvest regularly to stimulate production. Requires fertile , light and rich soil. Sow indoors, 3-4 weeks before the last frost.
  • Zucchini
    Cucurbita pepo

    $9.99$19.99
    Very high-yielding vegetable. Two or three plants produce enough for a whole family. Harvest regularly as soon as the fruits are 12-15 cm long to stimulate production and improve quality. Days of maturity: 47-52. Requires fertile, light and rich soil. Sow 2-3 weeks before transplanting.
  • Lettuce
    Lactuca sp.

    $9.99$19.99
    Sow a few seeds every 10 days in a little corner and later transplant the young seedlings as you harvest the older ones. Remove the plant completely as you harvest it. Days to maturity: 40-90. Requires light, fertile, well-drained soil. Start sowing 3-4 weeks before the last frost.
  • Tomate de table
    Lycopersicon esculentum (II)

    $9.99$19.99
    Le légume le plus cultivé au jardin. Les plants déterminés sont buissonnants, hâtifs et n’exigent pas de taille. On supporte les plants avec des cages métalliques. Les plants indéterminés poussent continuellement et doivent être taillés.
  • Tomato
    Lycopersicon esculentum

    $9.99$19.99
    The most widely grown garden vegetable. 'Determinate' tomatoes are bushy plants that mature early and require no pruning. Ideally supported in metal cages. 'Indeterminate' tomatoes continue to grow all season long, and must be trimmed so that only the main stem grows.
  • Cherry tomato
    Lycopersicon esculentum (I)

    $9.99$19.99
    The most widely grown garden vegetable. 'Determinate' tomatoes are bushy plants that mature early and require no pruning. Ideally supported in metal cages. 'Indeterminate' tomatoes continue to grow all season long, and must be trimmed so that only the main stem grows.
  • Pole Bean
    Phaseolus vulgaris

    $9.99$19.99
    Sow successively every 7-10 days until July. Pick young beans every 2-3 days, but only when weather is dry. Varieties: yellow, green, purple-podded, bush and runner beans. Days to maturity: 42-55. Requires well-drained soil.
  • Pea
    Pisum sativum sativum

    $9.99$19.99
    Pod or sugar peas. Sow at the base of a trellis or stakes. Prefers cooler temperatures. Pick pods every two to three days. Sow again in early August for a fall harvest. Days to maturity: 55-80. Start sowing 4 to 6 weeks before last frost.
  • Radish
    Raphanus sativus

    $9.99$19.99
    Very fast-growing vegetable. Sow every 10 days for a successive harvest. Is at its best in spring and in fall. Tends to go to seed in the heat. Pick them as soon as they are ready. Days to maturity:21-35. Requires loose, rich, well-drained soil.
  • Potato
    Solanum tuberosum

    $9.99$20.99
    Generally grown from tubers, not seeds. Pile the earth around the plants so that the tubers do not get exposed to the sun. If they are to be stored, wait until the plant dies before harvesting. Days to maturity: 55-80. Plant seed potatoes 2 weeks before last frost.
  • Sweet corn
    Zea mays

    $9.99$21.99
    Requires very fertile soil. Sow in blocks of 2-4 rows for better pollination. Use a mix of early, mid-season and late varieties. Ears of pale yellow, two-tone or white kernels. Harvest the ears when the tassels are dry. Days to maturity: 55 - 95. Sow after the last spring frost
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