Friday, August 14, 2015

More NEW Seeds and Planting Info

Mary's Heirloom Seeds Newsletter

Organic GARLIC is available as a Pre-Order NOW. 

Late September/Early October is usually the best time for planting Garlic.  Don't miss out!  We are selling out...

Garlic varieties fall into two broad categories, the hard-neck types and the soft-neck types. Soft-neck varieties tend to produce larger bulbs than hard-neck types, and their bulbs store better.  
Soft-neck garlic is typically more sensitive to cold than hard-neck garlic, so it often doesn't do well in northern climates. It does just fine in Florida, California and warmer climates.

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It's finally August! FALL planting is HUGE in many regions across the country.

We've recently added a few NEW seeds and we've published our September Planting guide.  Enjoy!



For most of the US:  Sow the Strawberry seeds from January to April indoors.
For Florida growers: Plant strawberries  during the fall months--late September through October. Flower and berry growth begins in November; the harvest generally takes place in the months of April and May.  
Cherokee Trail of Tears Bean
65 days. This heirloom was brought from Tennessee by the Cherokee people as they were marched to Oklahoma by the Federal Government in 1839 over the infamous "Trail of Tears"

If you have additional questions please feel free to ask. **When I say this, I mean it.**
What will YOU plant?
The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest her or his patients in the care of the human frame, in a proper diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.
Thomas A. Edison 
 "The garden suggests there might be a place where we can meet nature halfway."

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