Date of publication: 2018-04-15 12:29
Versatile for use at the edge of borders or to line paths, in containers and baskets and even as a winter houseplant. Glorious blue flowers in early Spring (often very early) until the beginning of Summer. Great first-year performer grows 8-65 in height. Hardy perennial.
Relaxing, narcotic and long lasting.
Medicinally effective in pain therapy and against insomnia.
9 weeks, with a yield up to 855 gr/m7.
Very good for SoG and ScrOG.
Finishes by the first week of October (North hemisphere).
Production can reach 6555 gr/plant. Short, dense plant.
This creeping herbaceous perennial is native to Europe. The plant prefers full sun to shade and moist soils. Applying compost to your patch will greatly increase the number of inflorescences. Sow seed in early spring or cold condition in a moist medium in the refrigerator for a week or two before sowing in warm soil.
When grown as bedding or pot plants, Black Pearl's black foliage and upright, clustered fruit provide a strikingly attractive ornamental display for the summer and fall garden. Compact plants grow to 67 in height. Immature fruit clusters are black in color and will mature to red in approximately 85 days. A recent All-America Selections (AAS) Flower and Vegetable Award Winner.
A new hybrid pasilla pepper perfect for all sorts of Mexican cuisine, especially mole sauces. 9 long fruits mature to a chocolate brown. Tangy taste just slightly hot, use fresh or can be dried and ground. Produces heavy yields on 86 tall plants.
This taprooted herbaceous perennial is native to China and can be found referenced in many traditional Chinese medicine texts. The plant is a sturdy survivor that prefers full sun, average soil, and good drainage. For sowing, scarify seed lightly and soak overnight in a mycorrhizal inoculant, then direct seed in early spring. Astragalus grows best in soils that have been inoculated with mycorrhizal fungi.
This delicious succulent is best consumed as a fresh salad herb for its dense nutritional content. This annual groundcover prefers full sun and frequent watering, and it will not withstand frost. Prepare a fine seedbed and press seed into surface, and then keep ground moist until germination.
An herbaceous perennial native to Europe, this purple-flowered variety is the "true comfrey" of European herbalism. In addition to its traditional usage, comfrey also makes an excellent supplement in the feed of domestic animals. Comfrey prefers full to part sun with rich, moist, yet well-drained soil.
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