Lettuce, Black-Seeded Simpson HEIRLOOM. 45 days. Hugely popular for over 150 years, it's one of the most tender and delicately flavored leaf lettuces ever bred. The ruffled leaves are large with an appealing green color. 'Simpson' is well adapted to a wide range of climates and is still the best for early spring sowing.
You get a lot of Vitamin A from dark leafy vegetables, and swiss chard is no exception. Swiss chard is actually a beet that really doesn’t produce a beet. These wonderful plants do produce, however, many large, dark leaves that can have red, white or yellow stalks. These leaves are perfect in dishes that include green. Tips On Growing Swiss Chard – How Do I Plant Swiss Chard
Herb, Rosemary Aromatic & Delicious Flavor Enhances marinades, salad dressing, sauces, soups and stuffing. Perennial, zones 8-10. Start INDOORS about 10 weeks before last anticipated frost. Sow seeds 1/4" deep in seed starting formula and keep evenly moist. Seedlings emerge in 14-21 days at 70°F. Plant outdoors after danger of last spring frost, setting plants 18" apart.
Pumpkin, Atlantic Giant - "Given the right conditions—proper care and attention, full-sun location; soil that's deeply tilled, high in humus, has adequate moisture and with a pH of 6.5-7.0—your pumpkins can range in the vicinity of 200 lb. Abundant and balanced fertilizer applications are key to producing these giants of the pumpkin world." Not for eating, but that's the garden where we'll plant it.