Artichoke, Lulu Hybrid. A culinary delicacy since ancient Rome, the giant flower buds offering a one-of-a-kind epicurean experience. ‘Lulu’ is a standout hybrid variety, http://www.burpee.com/vegetables/artichoke/artichoke-lulu-hybrid-prod003452.html?catId=cat20024&trail=&siteID=91dC4VNaABY-RyxKZpfnX6WwBGnmVFHWbQ&cid=AFF 3 plants for $16.95 Gardens Ideas, Bud Offering, Ancient Rome, Epicurean Experiments, Giants Flower, Hybrid, Flower Bud, Gardens Plants, Culinary Delicacies
Tomato, Bush Early Girl Hybrid Extra-large, extra-early tomatoes grow on a true bush.Customer Favorite! The earlier, the better. These extra-large, extra-early tomatoes grow on a true bush. The 4” across tasty red fruits are much bigger than Early Girl, and ripen just two days later. The 18” plants are amazingly compact and self-supporting, yet productive. Disease-resistant, Early Season 6 ounces size Determinate Days to Maturity: 65 days (Available Spring 2012 from Al Krismer Plant Farm) www.krismers.com
Marigold, Snowball Hybrid Strong stemmed upright plants grow to 24" tall and proudly display full 3" globes of the whitest marigold we have ever grown. Can be sown directly in the garden after all chance of frost, or start indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost for earlier bloom. Grow in full sun and space plants 12-14" apart in the garden. Tip: Remove spent blooms and fertilize regularly to promote fuller, more robust blooms. lifecycle: Annual Uses: Beds Sun: Full Sun Height: 20-24 inches Spread: 10 inches Sowing Method: Direct Sow/Indoor Sow Bloom Duration: 14 weeks
Sweet Pepper, Thunderbolt Hybrid A sweet pepper dream come true! One great big beautiful sweet Marconi pepper, the largest we offer, and a marvel for flavor and texture. Prolific plants produce plentiful yields of tapered 13” beauties that transition from green to red.
Patio Princess is a relatively small plant that produces some of the most delicious little tomatoes ever. The plants typically only reach about 2 feet tall and produce a continual stream of 2-1/2″ fruits. The 10 Best Tomatoes for Containers | Veggie Gardener