Tips for Growing Pepper Plants - Want to grow pepper plants a container garden or vegetable garden? from seed or seedling? You will find tips to help you!
A one-of-a kind blueberry developed at Michigan State University. Hats off to a perfectly delectable and beauteous blueberry. Give this ornamental blueberry a prime spot on your patio. Come spring it produces beautiful white blossoms; in fall, the foliage turns a pretty glowing orange. The compact two-foot plants are loaded with dusky blue fruit. Hardy to zone 5-8.
Little Caesar - A goumet romaine. Small compact heads have non-savoyed leaves with crisp texture. Perfect for small gardens and easy to grow. This blend of tasty green outer leaves and blanched golden inner leaves is perfect for Caesar salads. Tall heads have sweet, crisp leaves and is not troubled by tip-burn. One head is just right for two. Grows best in cool weather. Protect from heat with shade cloth. Likes fertile soil, ample water. Best when picked minutes before your meal.
SWEET 100 - 65 Days Indeterminate Red Cherry Hybrid - Bursting with sugary flavor, Sweet 100s produce bright red, cherry-sized fruits in long clusters from maturity right up to the first frost. These vigorous climbers need staking to keep the fruit off the ground and avoid pests. Plant in direct sun (6 or more hours each day) and you will be rewarded with an abundance of flavorful, disease resistant tomatoes throughout the long growing season
Peppermint Bark Cheesecake, Oreo Cheesecake, and Red Velvet Cheesecake
Peppermint Bark Cheesecake Supreme// I can't decide which peppermint cheesecake to make for Christmas.