Saturday, February 16, 2013

I might be obsessed with Heirloom Seeds

Extra Dwarf Pak Choy
There's no might...I AM!

Over the 2 years I've been operating Mary's Heirloom Seeds I have added so many new varieties.  I first started with a few tomato varieties, a few squash and a handful of herbs.

NOW, it's grown!  Today I just added a whole new page just for Heirloom Pepper seeds!

There are so many unique varieties and I'm so excited to grow them.
Peat Pellets make seed-starting easy!

Genovese Basil
I'd like to highlight a brand new seed combo pack:
Grow Your Own Herbal "Medicine" Kit 
This combo pack includes 7 herb varieties AND 15 peat pellets to get your garden started out right!

This includes 1 full pack of the following varieties:
Genovese Basil, Calendula, Echinacea Purpurea
, German Chamomile, Mugwort, Oregano and Yarrow 

Borage is a great companion herb for Tomatoes
I recently added a Microgreens Combo Pack!  
Time get growing no matter where you live and even if you don't have a garden!



Anonymous said...

I am curious, just what do you do with Pak Choy? How do you prepare it or what does it go in? Can it be compared to anything else for taste or texture?


mary_smith said...

Pak choy is a cabbage. I sautee with ginger and olive oil. The dwarf pak choy is just a cute miniature vesion.

Anonymous said...

Ah thanks! Good to know.