Scarlet Runner Bean was introduced
sometime before 1750. This is the most famous and widely grown runner
bean. Runner beans are native to Mexico and Central America where
they thrive in cool and humid upland terrain. Perfect for the Pacific
Northwest.Also know for their red blossoms borne in masses of 20-40 on a flower stalk. Hummingbirds can't get enough of them!!
Beautiful, brilliant purple heads
weigh 2-3 lbs and are of a fine, sweet flavor. The heads cook to bright
green. Insect-resistant variety that is easier to grow than many white
varieties; rich in minerals. A colorful heirloom.
This one is causing excitement at
farmers' markets. Carrots have bright purple skin and flesh that comes
in shades of yellow and orange. Spicy and sweet-tasting roots are
great for marketing and a delicious addition to any meal!
Fall is the time to plant GARLIC
for best yields and highest quality bulbs. Generally plant in late
September-January. In very cold areas, plant by mid-October, and
protect your crop with a thick layer of mulch such as straw. Expect to
harvest it in June-July. One lb of garlic seed equals
approx. a 25' row with 4" spacing between plants. For most garlics,
expect an optimum 10 lb yield for every pound planted.
We are taking Pre-Orders NOW. Supplies are limited.