2024 Veggies and Flowers

Monrovia Magnum Purple New Guinea Impatiens: 8″ height, 14″ spread. Features bold purple round flowers at the ends of the stems from mid spring to early fall. Its pointy leaves remain dark green in color throughout the season.

Enormous flowers just above the foliage virtually cover the plant. Bright color for shade to dappled sun. Nearly perfect rounded canopy form is great for hanging baskets or landscape.

Morning sun, afternoon shade. This plant does best in partial shade to shade. It does best in average to evenly moist conditions, but will not tolerate standing water. It is not particular as to soil type or pH.

Note that when growing plants in outdoor containers and baskets, they may require more frequent waterings than they would in the yard or garden.

Pruning: Impatiens can become leggy in late summer, especially in deep shade. To promote bushier growth and more flowers, trim off the top 1/3 of the plant.

Picardy Clematis: Late, large flowering woody vine. A free flowering, 4″ red/purple flowers that have reddish brown anthers. Prune type 2. Flowering

Cezanne Clematis: Early, large flowering, sky-blue, single flowers with yellow anthers. Prune type 2 clematis. Flowering May to July.

These two clematis plants: Grow to a height of 4 feet. Transplant late August. Plant 1-inch above ground level.

Suitable for container growing as it is a great bloomer and blooms all along the stem on new growth.

Prune Type 2: No need to prune other than tidy up. Thin out and untangle stems before growth begins in late winter or early spring, and then go over the plant again after the earliest flowers fade in late spring or early summer. Generally, these cultivars are only pruned to shape. In the early spring (February or March), prune them lightly above the first pair of new swollen leaf buds, removing about 12 inches from each shoot. Also remove any dead or weak stems at this time.

bloom primarily on old wood of the previous season, with a second flush later in summer. Dead and weak vines should be removed in late winter, and remaining vines should be trimmed back to the first buds that are seen to remove dead stems.

Huskey Cherry red tomato plants: Full Sun. This super sweet cherry tomato is a best seller because of its flavor, productivity, and good looks. Plant is stout, dark green and really pretty; it’s one of the prettiest tomato plants that we grow.

The vines are dwarf indeterminate, making them short and husky like a determinate type, usually between 3 and 4 feet, yielding clusters of tasty little cherry tomatoes in a small space over a long period of time. Give the plant a little support on a stake or cage to keep it upright in rain and wind. Many juicy, sweet cherry tomatoes are borne on vines resistant to verticillium wilt (V) and fusarium wilt (F). Organic varieties are only available at retailers.

Feeding your plants is one of the best ways to improve your plant’s health and maximize your harvest. We recommend feeding with Miracle-Gro plant food when you transplant, and feeding regularly following label directions for best results.

Planting depth: bury 2/3 of the plant. Plant your tomatoes quite deep into the ground. The deeper you root your plants, the stronger they will be as they grow. Plant tomatoes after the threat of frost has passed.

Watering: Water thoroughly but not too often (twice per week should suffice at first), and try to water early in the day so that plants will dry off before evening. This helps to reduce disease problems. Use drip or soaker hoses whenever possible. Water is used more efficiently this way and the leaves don’t get wet.

Vining Mandevilla: Sun-loving, flowering plants that grow best with 6 to 8 hours of direct light each day for optimum blooms.

MANDEVILLA BLOOM ALL SUMMER! These vibrant-blooming flowers grow quickly and produce wave after wave of bright flowers—all the way to frost.

Ships in an 8-inch diameter assorted grower pot. The Mandevilla is a moderate, mounding grower and hardy in USDA Zone(s) 9-11.

Tender annual in frost-free zones, mandevilla can survive as a perennial in all other areas, treat it as an annual, NOT RECOMMENDED TO BUY IF YOUR STATE WEATHER IS UNDER 50 DEGRESS.

Grow mandevilla in full sun outdoors for the best growth and enjoy

Water mandevilla with approximately 2-3 cups of water about once a week adjust as needed for your environment

Welcome Blooming Basket in AquaSav Coco Liner. Color Combo: Yellow Bidens #191355, White/Purple Lobelia #19900, Deep Pink Petunias #117355. Full sun, 6 hours.
Yellow Bidens: prolific flowering plants with yellow or orange daisy-like blooms. They are also commonly called Spanish needles, tickseed sunflowers, and beggarticks. They thrive in rich soil with sufficient drainage and require full sun. They tolerate drought and heat relatively well. In northern climates with freezing temperatures, they are annuals and will need replanting each year.

Lobelia: Bloom time ranges from spring to fall, though it flowers best during cooler months. Performs best with full sun to partial shade and rich, well-draining soil. Choose a site that receives at least 4-6 hours of direct sun.

Petunias: Warn weather. 5 or 6 hours of good sunlight; they’ll perform even better when located in full sun all day.

The AquaSav Smart Coco Liner is designed to help you grow better, because it’s engineered to be smarter than ordinary liners. Our patented liner starts with a layer of recycled plastic sandwiched between two layers of coco fibers. This layer of plastic creates a built-in water tray that allows just the right amount of water to remain in the liner, giving the soil and roots time to absorb all of the moisture and nutrients. Because the layer of plastic only goes two-thirds up the sides of liner, there is natural air circulation around the plant’s root system, promoting healthy growth. As the basket dries from the top down, water wicks its way through the basket, keeping the soil moist between waterings. This extends time between watering, and the basket never dries out. You’ll have healthy plants that last through the season, only watering about half as often.

Red Drift Petite rose. The petite, red flowers prove to be an elegant addition to any garden, especially when able to naturally drape over a rock wall or edge.  Zones: 4–11 | Exposure: Full sun | Habit: 1½’ h x 2½’ wChoose a sunny position; these roses thrive in direct sunshine and should be planted where they will receive 6–8 hours per day.

Choose a well-drained, organically rich soil and mulch to a depth of 1 to 3 inches.

Roses prefer a pH of 6 to 6.5 in their soil.

Prune your rose bushes between late winter and early spring, before new growth begins, to maintain them healthy and vivid all season. Approximately one-third to one-half of the plant should be removed. In the spring, treat your drift roses using a slow-release or controlled-release fertilizer. Adding a late-summer treatment can encourage a sizeable number of fall blossoms.

Pruning should only be done in the early spring, never in the fall or winter. As the spring season progresses, keep an eye on your rose bush for new shoots coming from the canes, which is an indication that it’s time to prune. Because your rose bush will normally triple in size following trimming, it’s best to prune it back by around 2/3. When a rush of rose flowers begins to lose its brilliance, you may feel compelled to remove the less-than-appealing, spent blooms. Although this may not be necessary because Drift Roses are self-cleaning (they do all the work for you!). Deadheading is a simple activity that may be completed anytime you feel like cleaning.

If you want to put these exceptional roses in lovely decorative containers on your deck or patio, we recommend putting them in a container that is two sizes larger than the pot they are now in. Keep them well hydrated as well, because containers dry out much faster than in-ground plantings.

The drift rose is a low-maintenance shrub that reaches a height of around 2 feet. They are min plants that can be used in any setting and you are sure to see color almost all year. They come in a variety of colors, including red, coral, pink, and even peach.

 

Sunflower Velvet Queen

Sunflower Velvet Queen

Sunflower solar power

Sunflower solar power

Sunflower mixed colors

Sunflower mixed colors

Sunflower Jua Maya

Sunflower Jua Maya

alyssum purple

alyssum purple

Rainbow Coleus

Rainbow Coleus

Hollyhock Indian Spring

Hollyhock Indian Spring

Royalty Petunias

Royalty Petunias

Nasturtium Alaska

Nasturtium Alaska

Nasturtium Empress of India

Nasturtium Empress of India

acorn squash

Table Queen acorn squash

zucchini Squash

zucchini Squash

Zinnia Peppermint

Zinnia Peppermint

Zinnia Cut and Come

Zinnia Cut and Come

Zinnia California

Zinnia California

Black Seeded Simpson Loose Leaf Lettuce

Black Seeded Simpson Loose Leaf Lettuce.

Marigold French Double Dwarf

Marigold French Double Dwarf

Marigold Crackerjack

Marigold Crackerjack

Sow Indoors:

Black Seeded Simpson Loose Leaf Lettuce

Black Seeded Simpson Loose Leaf Lettuce. Sow outdoors 3/17. 4 seeds per 12-inch planter.

Black Seeded Simpson Loose Leaf Lettuce

Black Seeded Simpson Loose Leaf Lettuce

Hollyhock Indian Spring

Hollyhock Indian Spring

Hollyhock Indian Spring

Hollyhock Indian Spring

Zinnia Peppermint

Zinnia Peppermint

Zinnia Instructions

Zinnia Instructions

Zinnia California

Zinnia California

Zinnia Cut and Come

Zinnia Cut and Come

Marigold French Double Dwarf

Marigold French Double Dwarf

Marigold French Double Dwarf

Marigold French Double Dwarf

Marigold Crackerjack

Marigold Crackerjack

Marigold Crackerjack

Marigold Crackerjack

zucchini Squash

zucchini Squash

Bush Zucchini Squash

Bush Zucchini Squash

acorn squash

Table Queen acorn squash

Table Queen Acorn Squash

Table Queen Acorn Squash

Sow Direct Outdoors:

Nasturtium Empress of India

Nasturtium Empress of India

Nasturtium Empress of India

Nasturtium Empress of India

Nasturtium Alaska

Nasturtium Alaska

Nasturtium Alaska

Nasturtium Alaska

Sunflower Velvet Queen

Sunflower Velvet Queen

Sunflower Velvet Queen

Sunflower Velvet Queen

Sunflower solar power

Sunflower solar power

Sunflower solar power

Sunflower solar power

Sunflower mixed colors

Sunflower mixed colors

Sunflower mixed colors

Sunflower mixed colors

Sunflower Jua Maya

Sunflower Jua Maya

Sunflower Jua Maya

Sunflower Jua Maya