A productive and reliable slicing cucumber for home and market gardeners alike. Bred and perfected by Dr. Munger at Cornell university, this strain was released in 1976. Known for it%u2019s vigor and crunch, it has been a favorite ever since.
3,50 $(Fr: 30 semences)Qty : 19
(bettrave- detroit dark red) (bettrave- detroit dark red)
This high quality heirloom originated from port Hope Ontario in 1892 (bred by a Mr. Reeves) and has been widely grown since. Well rounded roots with a blood red flesh. Thin as needed to get uniform 8 cm beets.
3,50 $(Fr: 100 semences)Qty : 15
(bettrave- chiogga) (bettrave- chiogga)
An Italian heirloom known for it%u2019s concentric white and pink rings, from Chiogga near Venice.
3,50 $(Fr: 100 semences)Qty : 6
(carotte- danvers 126) (carotte- danvers 126)
A broad-shouldered heirloom carrot from Danvers, Massachusetts. Overall solid performer in a variety of soils. This sweet carrot stays tasty even after months in storage.
3,50 $(Fr: 750 semences)Qty : 6
(carotte- red core chantenay) (carotte- red core chantenay)
This French heirloom is widely used today by carrot producers. Broad-shouldered with tapered roots lend themselves well to freezing and canning, as well as storage.
Small orange fruit abound on bushy plants. The little berries are enclosed in papery husks. Beware, highly addictive to children and adults alike.
3,50 $(Fr: 40 semences)Qty : 16
(brocoli- de cicco) (brocoli- de cicco)
Italian heirloom that produces small heads and many secondary shoots for a prolonged harvest period.
3,50 $(Fr: 75 semences)Qty : 13
(aubergine- little finger) (aubergine- little finger)
This small eggplant can be grown in a large container or garden. Bears many slender fruits with dark purple skin. Flesh is tender and silky with few seeds. Absolutely delicious barbecued.
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Plants in 4.5 inch pots, ready to be transplanted into larger pots of customer choice.The ficus ginseng, or Ficus microcarpa, deserves its nickname of ficus bonsai: used as a houseplant, it looks like a bonsai. Its culture is easy and its aesthetic qualities are real: fall for this pretty miniature tree!Ferme HLF Faire trade New