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Photo unavailable WATERCRESS (Nasturtium officinale)
Water Radish, Water Rocket, Hedge Mustard

Aquatic/semi-aquatic plant that establishes itself in shallow bodies of water. Often cultivated for its edible young shoots, the lobed lvs can be eaten raw, cooked or dried. They have a peppery flavor & are crisp. Needs to be harvested before the buds appear as the lvs turn bitter after flowering. Rich in Vitamin C. Great in sandwiches, salads or makes an excellent soup! Part shade. 30 days to harvest.

Photo unavailable WATERMELON 'Charismatic'

Part of a foursome of new watermelons that represent next generational breeding. Crimson type. Attractive darker rind. Features a strong vigorous vine with excellent fruit setting ability with high yield potential. It is early with red firm flesh. Averages round to oval 16-20 lb fruits. Tiny pips, very uniform and productive. Full sun. Days to maturity: 80. (Citrullus lanatus 'Charismatic')

Photo unavailable WATERMELON 'Crimson Sweet'
Organic Watermelon

Quality & reliability make this an excellent variety. A classic, oblong 10” x 12” striped melon that weighs in at 15-25 lbs w/bt. dark-red, juicy, sweet flesh. It is famous for its flavor! The juice is so sweet, the melons will disappear from your refrigerator in no time flat. The fruits are light green w/dk green stripes. It was an All-American Selection winner in 1964. Resistant to fusarium wilt and anthracnose. Sun. (Maturity: 85 days)

Photo unavailable WATERMELON 'Sangria'

Thought of as the "gold standard" when it comes to watermelon, the best of the big ones! Elongated fruit run 20 to 25 lbs. & rind is mostly green w/lighter grn stripes. The dk red flesh is packed w/sugars for an incredibly delicious bite, fresh or chilled. So sweet & juicy. Watch the tendrils closest to the fruit, once they begin to turn brown & dry-out, the melon is ready for harvesting. Days to maturity: 80-90. (Citrullus lanatus 'Sangria')

Photo unavailable WATERMELON 'Sugar Baby'
Organic Watermelon

This is the standard for small (icebox) watermelons; saves space in the garden & refrigerator! Sweet & juicy. Excellent Northern, short-season type that produces reliable yields of 6-12 lb, perfectly round fruits, from 7-8.5” in diameter. Has a solid green rind & deep red flesh that resists cracking. This strain has been selected for cool growing conditions & high yields. Good resistance to drought & disease. Sun. (Maturity: 75 days)

WEIGELA Briant Rubidor (='Olympiade'), Weigela WEIGELA Briant Rubidor (='Olympiade')

Shrub: Deciduous. Deer & clay tolerant. Has pretty chartreuse foliage that changes with the season. Background, border, woodland & screen plant. Good cut flower. Attracts hummingbirds. Blooms: spring-summer. Color: ruby red, funnel-shaped flowers. Size: 4-8' x 4-9'. Exposure: sun/part shade. Water: moderate. USDA Z4. (syn. W. florida 'Briant Rubidor')

Photo unavailable WINTER SAVORY
Organic Heirloom Winter Savory

Heirloom variety. Perennial Herb. Fire retardant. Good border plants and ground cover. Harvest leaves just before flowers bud. Winter Savory is available year-round. Bloom color: white. Height: 18 inches. Exposure: sun. Water: average. Hardy (SATUREJA montana)(aka Mountain Savory)

Photo unavailable WOODWARDIA fimbriata
Giant Chain Fern

Perennial: Evergreen. Deer resistant. Native from British Colombia to Mexico. Among the largest native Western ferns. It has coarse, leathery leaves. Use near a pool or brook, against a shaded wall or in a woodland setting. Protect from high wind. Height: up to 9'. Leaves: 36-72". Exposure: filtered sun or bright shade. Water: moist-not soggy. USDA Z8.

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