Grow artichokes anywhere, even in northern gardens. This variety has more uniform plant size, reduced spines, and better production—an improvement of the original, 1863 heirloom, ‘Green Globe’. Provide plenty of room and fertile soil and you’ll be rewarded with 3 … Read More
Buckwheat has been used for centuries to improve soil health and smother common weeds. It grows better than most cover crops in poor soils and is better at retrieving phosphorus, a macro-nutrient that contributes to later crops’ root, flower, and … Read More
Vibrant, bold blossoms on tall stems make a big statement in the garden. Cosmos put on a big show from midsummer until first fall frost, providing pollen and nectar for bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies. Grows loads of cut flowers for … Read More
Impressive ‘Black Velvet’ will have the other garden flowers whispering in amazement! These edible beauties add glamorous, ruby-black color to salads and cheese plates, as well as creating eye-catching displays in gardens.
Every salad should have edible nasturtium flowers. Fiesta Blend is a spicy feast of color with flowers in orange, yellow, and orange/peach bi-colors that brighten up hanging baskets and large containers. This beautiful plant is especially exquisite gracing a stone … Read More