Novelties of heirloom seeds for the fourth week of December 2017
The assortment of goods of our store has been replenished, - novelties of heirloom seeds varieties of calabash and sorghum. 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 plants grow eight to twelve feet in height at maturity developing beautiful, rich, shiny, black-coated seeds. The seed heads are compact with most being eight to twelve inches in length. As its name suggests, the seeds are actually amber colored.
And you thought dragons only lived in fairy tales! Not so! You can grow one in your garden! This gourd is one of the oldest crops on record and bears fruit 12"-18" in size. The deeply veined fruit is a larger, bulbous piece that sits at the end of a long.
This unique gourd is a hit with customers. The long necks curve gracefully and enlarge at the end to resemble a swan’s head. The bulbed base measures 6 to 8" in diameter and has a flat bottom for ease of display.
Vine Jug is a old high quality variety developed in Germany. Fruits with green skin in bell shape and 1.5 Lb. in weight are very delicious and tasty, excellent for soup and stir-fry. Fruits resemble a vessel.
This smooth-skinned, nicely-rounded green gourd is just crying out to be a crafts project! Perfect for birdhouses, this Lagenaria (bottle-shaped) type is as fun after harvest as it is to grow. Very easy and heavy-bearing.