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Novelties of heirloom seeds for the First week of May 2018



The assortment of goods of our store has been replenished, - novelties of heirloom seeds. All the seeds before packaging are tested for germination and variety, so you can be sure that the plant that is mentioned in the description will grow.
 
The early maturing variety. The period from sowing to harvesting is 80-100 days. Similar to beetroot Egyptian flat. It is characterized by a more intense coloration of the leaves, which remain dark green until the autumn.
 
This is a mid-ripening variety. Vegetation period from shoots to technical ripeness is 100-120 days. The root crop is cylindrical, 250-600 grams, with diameter of 5-9 cm, length - 15-20 cm, in the soil by 1/4 of the length, so it is easily pulled out.
 
The early-ripening variety to ripeness - 110 days. The root is rounded or round-oval, smooth, weighing up to 300 grams, deepened half into the ground. The flesh is dark red with a burgundy tinge, sweet, without rings. Universal use.
 
Late-ripening high-yielding variety of table beet for storage, processing and fresh consumption. Roots of round shape, uniform in size, flesh of uniform maroon color without radial rings. the skin is smooth.
 
60 days (90 days to fodder crop) A nice fodder beet from Europe. Roots get to 5 pounds, staying sweet to a surprisingly large size. Flesh is white, very fine-grained and sweet at smaller sizes; fine for the table.
 
Semi-sugar, multi-growth variety. It is distinguished by the cylindrical shape of the yellow-orange root crop. This feature allows you to save money by hand cleaning. These roots are well kept, have a smooth surface and juicy white slightly creamy flesh.
 
High-yielding variety of fodder type, selection of the scientific and practical center of the NAS of Belarus of agriculture. The form of the root is oval-cylindrical, with a pointed base, weight up to 25 kg. Color of the root is white or pinkish-white.
 
Green varietal onion with thin dark green long feathers. Leaves of excellent quality, with a light wax coating. The pen does not break. Suitable for growing in the winter and summer seasons.
 
Salad, semi-sharp variety of onion with high frying of bulbs. The mid-ripeness. Vegetation period is 102-114 days. Bulbs of roundishly flat and flat shape, weighing 100-150 grams. The outer scales are attractive purple-red.
 
Mid-ripening (95-115 days), a variety of onions. When sowing seeds in one season forms bulbs (sevok). Bulbs are round-flat, large, weighing up to 300 grams. Color of dry scales yellow, sometimes with a pink tinge, succulent scales.
 
Medium-early onion variety, cultivation of which is produced on fertile, moderately moist, under-fed soil. The vegetative period - 100-110 days from the start of the shoots. The sowing is carried out in the spring.
 
Spicy taste, medium late onion for long-term storage (6-8 months). Vegetation period 120 days from sowing. Bulbs are large, oval-rounded, dense, weighing 100-140 grams, outer skin is dense, 4-6 layers, close-fitting, bronze-brown, inner - juicy and white.
 
Italian heirloom storage onion with thick, yellow-brown skins and light yellow flesh that is firm, but not fibrous. An early spring planting will dependably yield a nice crop of medium to large sized globe-shaped onions.
 
Chufa is the Spanish name for Earth Almond (Cyperus esculentus L.). In english the small nut like lumps are called Tiger Nuts. It is one of the plants which has been grown for the longest time in Egypt. There are proof of them being grown for over 6000y.
 
Every herb garden needs to have this versatile perennial! It is highly regarded as a beneficial medicinal herb and has been widely used for the last 2000 years in both foods and in medicines. It is native to Europe.
 
Utskho Suneli also known as blue fenugreek is an herb that is grows wild in the mountainous parts of northern Georgian. Slightly milder than the popular fenugreek, this herb is very versatile and can be used for meats or fresh salads.
 
Herbaceous perennial native to Europe and temperate Asia. Traditional usage (TWM): sedative. This is the standard European wild form of the plant. Valerian prefers full sun to part shade and moist but well-drained soils.
 
A hardy, perennial herb originating from the mountains in Greece where its leaves are widely used to enhance the flavour of tomato sauces, vegetables, and grilled meat. It is however most commonly known for its ability to add pep to a pizza.
 
A popular ornamental tree in the Araliaceae from rainforest and gallery forest in tropical Australia, New Guinea and Indonesia. It grows a sparsely branching trunk to about 15 m (50 ft.) tall with a dense crown of large, palmate, lobed leaves.
 
A heavily clustering, stemless Yucca native to the Atlantic coast of the United States from Central Florida up to as far north as New Hampshire. Y. filamentosa is similar and often confused with Y. flaccida, with which it shares part of its native range.
 
Appropriately-named as "The Hardy Gloxinia" with large, exotic-looking, mauve-pink trumpet-shaped blooms which appear before the foliage. Despite its exotic appearance, it is bone hardy as long as it is grown in well-drained soi.
 
Who would have thought that these early blooming gems could be easily grown from Fairy Primrose seeds! They are one of the favorite early-blooming flowers that grow in frost-free zones as perennials and colder zones as annuals.
 
Crimson Clover Dixie (Trifolium Incarnatum) - A winter annual, crimson clover is grown from bulk clover seeds from the Gulf Coast region to Southern Ohio clear to the West Coast.
 
Grown from flower seeds, this Primula has a common name of Fairy Primrose and is a long-time favorite for bedding and containers. Fairy Primula are miniature floral bouquets of crimson shades are signs of spring.
 
Sow Fairy Primrose seeds to produce these sweet little pink flowers for the earliest spring blooms. Dating back to the early 1900s, Primula Malacoides have been a long-time favorite container plant, especially because they can be grown indoors.
 
Herbaceous perennial, sometimes biennial, native to Europe, the Ural Mountains, and Siberia. Growing in dry and gravelly places, this hairy-stemmed beauty bears large, bright blue, tubular flowers from summer to frost on an upright plant.
 
Our only native species is this attractive, medium-sized shrub with pendulous racemes of small, pale yellow flowers (with unusual, sensitive stamens) followed by bright red, translucent berries. These are edible and make an excellent jelly.
 
An excellent choice for containers or other uses for seed started strawberries. First it is very early and not day length sensitive so it will fruit as an everbearer - all season long. Secondly it is very large for strawberries of this type.
 
Although South American in origin, this plant gets it vernacular, common name from the fact it was long cultivated by colonists at the Cape of Good Hope for its fruit which was eaten raw or "made into pies, puddings or preserves."
 
Five-petalled white flowers, resembling big white bluebottle flies, bloom in June on this unusual, rarely-seen, much-branched shrub which grows most commonly in lush woods on slopes, and around fields, and was being cultivated in Britain by 1683.
 
Five-petalled white flowers, resembling big white bluebottle flies, bloom in June on this unusual, rarely-seen, much-branched shrub which grows most commonly in lush woods on slopes, and around fields, and was being cultivated in Britain by 1683.
 
Wild Service Tree seeds have a deep dormancy within them, this requires a degree of patience to overcome and it is usually quite easy to get high levels of germination if the correct procedures are followed.
 
Generally grown as an annual, the plants are semi-sprawling bushes in structure and generally left unsupported. They are very productive throughout the gardening season until first frost kills them.
 
Easy to grow and very prolific, producing 2-3" round fruits, ripening to yellow-green. Tomatillos, a staple in Mexican dishes, are used for fresh or cooked green sauces.
 
Yellow Cream Alpine strawberry seeds are a bit easier to start than some others. Start the seeds indoors as early as December, and transplant outdoors one week after your last average frost date. That’s around the first or second week in April.
 
This ancient of strawberry was popular in colonial America as well as 17th century Europe. Fruit have bright red skin and pure white flesh. These bear in June and are best eaten right out of the garden, they have superb flavor, not shipping quality.
 
L. decidua is a medium-size to large deciduous coniferous tree reaching 25-45m tall, with a trunk up to 1m diameter (exceptionally, to 55m tall and 2 m diameter). The crown is conic when young, becoming broad with age.
 
The European Silver Fir is one of the tallest growing conifers in Europe with a maximum height of 67m (220ft). It is native to the mountains of Europe stretching from the Pyrenees and eastwards to the Alps and the Carpathians, Slovenia and Croatia.
 
The Common Juniper has the largest range of any woody plant, throughout the cool temperate Northern Hemisphere ranging from the Arctic south through mountainous areas to around 30°N latitude in North America, Europe and Asia.
 
Japanese privet is an attractive and tough plant that requires little care. It is extremely fast growing and can add green "bulk" to new landscapes quickly. Ligustrums provide a source of food for birds when other berries or food sources are meager.
 
Tree of Heaven seeds are relatively easy to germinate and grow. The dormancy within the seed is short and easily broken. The seeds first need to be soaked in water for between 48-72 hours. The water should then be fully drained and the seeds mixed.
 
A beautiful, medium-sized, deciduous tree rarely taller than 10 m, native to China. It forms a stocky trunk that holds a broad crown with large, shallowly lobed, light green leaves. The beautiful, yellowish white flowers are held in large clusters.
 
Euonymus is a wide-ranging genus of about 170 deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs. The majority of the shrubs in the genus are native to East Asia, but the Euonymus europaeus grows naturally in many areas of Europe on the edges of forests.
 
Bare root Almond trees are a great addition to your garden, providing both a delicious and nutritious crop but also a beautiful tree. Almonds make a great tree for your garden. They not only provide a delicious and nutritious crop.
 
They are attractive trees with deciduous glossy pinnate leaves. Develops a smooth gray bark that resembles that of a beech tree and grows to a height of 20 metres. The leaves resemble the foliage of an ash tree and are a glossy dark green in summer.
 
Juglans nigra, the eastern black walnut, a species of flowering tree in the walnut family, Juglandaceae, is native to eastern North America. It grows mostly in riparian zones, from southern Ontario, west to southeast South Dakota, south to Georgia.
 
Magnolia obovata, the Japanese bigleaf magnolia or Japanese whitebark magnolia, is a species of Magnolia, native to Japan and the adjacent Kurile Islands. It grows at altitudes near sea level up to 1,800 m in mixed broadleaf forests.
 
Myrtus communis, commonly called Greek Myrtle, is an evergreen shrub that can grow up to 15 foot tall in it's native habitat. If you use it as an indoor plant then the plant will not usually get much larger than 2-3 foot.
 
Another relative of the Common Privet but higher in the handsome stakes, this is an attractive semi-evergreen shrub with small waxy green leaves and long terminal panicles of scented, white frothy flowers.
 
It is a large shrub or small tree that is native to wooded areas on slopes, valleys and grasslands in northeast China, Siberia and Korea. It is commonly called Amur lilac. It typically grows in a multi-stemmed form to 6-8’ (less frequently to 12').
 
Ruta graveolens - commonly known as rue, common rue or herb-of-grace - is a species of Ruta grown as a herb. It is native to the Balkan Peninsula. It is now grown throughout the world as an ornamental plant in gardens.
 
Clary is an herb plant that is well-known for its many uses. It is easy to grow from Clary seeds, in the mint family and related to common sage. Often it is called Clary Sage. The Clary Sage herb is a biennial having a 2-year life cycle.
 
If you haven’t cooked with lovage before then you have missed out on a very flavourful herb. Lovage’s flavour is distinct and greatly appreciated by food aficionados, especially those who claim southern European heritage.
 
Sweet marjoram is a close relative of oregano, but offers a more delicate flavor to cooking. It is best used fresh at the end of preparing a dish so the flavor will be enhanced and not overpowered.
 
It is a tropical and subtropical vine of the family Cucurbitaceae, widely grown in Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean for its edible fruit, which is extremely bitter. Bitter melon originated on the Indian subcontinent, and was introduced into China.
 
Indeterminate, tall, medium-early variety for open ground. Vegetation period is 110-120 days. Fruits mid-sized, 40-60 grams. Tomatoes are round, bright yellow in a dark yellow and orange stripes. Knit clusters - a simple brush, compact with 5-7 fruits.
 
Start some Asarina seeds to grow a lovely vining tender-perennial. A member of the snapdragon family, Asarina Scandens is a vine that is delicate in appearance but can easily climb 10 feet. The foliage has soft emerald green, arrow-shaped leaves.

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