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Leaf Amaranth: Raktaranga - [ Seed2Go - Canada ] - V-RAKTARANGA - Amaranth
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Leaf Amaranth: Raktaranga

Leafy vegetable having attractive shiny red color. It is fast growing, tender and very delicious. Harvesting within 30 days of sowing. 

Raktaranga Amaranth: leaves are tender, attractive shiny red in colour. Fast growing and cultivable round the year. Raktaranga Amaranth is sometimes considered ornamental, but it has great edible qualities as well.

Leafy vegetable having attractive shiny red color. It is fast growing, tender and very delicious. Harvesting within 30 days of sowing. 
Type Amaranth
Family Amaranth Family
Temperature Soil 50-65F
Temperature Daytime 60-80F
Temperature Evening 55F
Lighting Full Sun, 6-8 Hours
Water Steady; 6 gallons/week
Maturity Long, 80-100 Days until Harvest
PH Neutral 6.5-7.5
Zones  
Plant Placement 2 Plants / 2 Per Row

 


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Broad-Leaved Batavian Endive, Full Heart Escarole - [ Garden Seeds, Seed2Go.ca] - V-BLBE - Chicory Endive & Escarole
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Broad-Leaved Batavian Endive, Full Heart Escarole

Add texture to your salads with endive. Works as a garnish, too. Large, smooth dark green leaves on a compact plant. You won't have to spend a lot of time caring for endive. Try fresh greens from your garden.
A member of the chicory family, endive is also commonly referred to as escarole in some grocery stores. Thought to have originated in the Mediterranean region, this plant gained its roots in the US around the mid to late 1800s and has continued to gain popularity in American cuisine ever since. Although not quite as hardy as other leafy vegetables, endive plants still prefer somewhat cooler weather, and exposure to too much heat will cause the leaves to develop a more bitter flavor. However, some gardeners consider this the plant’s most redeeming quality, so growing techniques may be altered based on personal taste.
Unlike the curlier varieties, broad-leaved endives such as the Broad-leaved Batavian have a more mild, less bitter flavor and are commonly used in salads, soups, and stews.
 
History: Endive is a native to the East Indies and it has a long history of culture in Egypt and Greece
 
Endive is grown like lettuce and is sensitive to hot weather. Thin plants to 8-12 in. apart in rows 18 in. apart. May be blanched in 3 weeks by tying up the outer wrapper leaves, but must re main dry inside the wrapper. Blanching increases crispness, tenderness, and removes bitterness caused by hot weather. For prolonged harvest, dig plants in late fall with root ball intact and store at about 50°F in a root cellar.
Type Chicory
Family Asteraceae  Family
Temperature Soil 50-65F
Temperature Daytime 50-65F
Temperature Evening 40F+
Lighting Partial / Light, 4-6 Hours/Day
Water Light, 6 Gallons/Week
Maturity Light, 35-50 Days Harvest
PH Neutral 6.5-7.2
Zones 1A-9B
Plant Placement 4 Plants, 4 Per Row

Packet: 9-10 grams of seed

 


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Yellow Scotch Bonnet Pepper, Extra Super Hot, Martinique Pepper, Jamaican Hot, Bahama Mama - [ Seed2Go - Canada ] - V-SBBP - Sup
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Yellow Scotch Bonnet Pepper, Extra Super Hot, Martinique Pepper, Jamaican Hot, Bahama Mama

Scotch bonnet, also known as bonney peppers, or Caribbean peppers, is a variety of chili pepper named for its resemblance to a tam o' shanter hat. It is ubiquitous in West Africa. Most Scotch bonnets have a heat rating of 100,000–350,000 Scoville units.

WEAR GLOVES WHEN HANDLING, DO NOT TOUCH YOUR EYES! WASH HANDS AFTER TOUCHING!

Cultivar: 'Scotch Bonnet'

Heat: Very hot

Scoville scale: 100,000–350,000 SHU

Yellow Scotch Bonnet - This pepper gives Jamaican chicken dishes their special flavor! Scotch Bonnet goes by several names including Jamaican Hot, Martinique Pepper and Bahama Mama. It is closely related to the habanero, but with a sweeter flavor and stouter shape. The pods are 1-1/2" wide and 1-1/2" long and have a citrus-like flavor with a lot of heat. They mature from green to bright yellow on very productive 24" tall plants.  Capsiucum chinense (90 days). 

Capsiucum chinense strains require a great deal of attention during the germination process. Moisture and a constant and consistent heat range must be maintained. Place the seeds in sterile media and cover 1/4” deep. Provide 85°F bottom heat, bright light and keep moist at all times. Seeds will germinate in 7 - 21 days. Transplant seedlings into pots and grow until there are 6 true leaves on the plant. Plant them directly into rich soil, 30” apart or into containers. 


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Rotonda Bianca Eggplant Rosa Bianca, Romanesca, Sfumata di Rosa - [ SEED2GO.CA] - V-EPL - Eggplant
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Rotonda Bianca Eggplant Rosa Bianca, Romanesca, Sfumata di Rosa

ROTONDA BIANCA SFUMATA DI ROSA sel. ROMANESCA

Produces round-oval fruit that is flattened at the tip and deeply grooved. Violet with blue and white tinges near the stalk. Compact  flesh  with few seeds. Resistant to transportation and particularly suitable for industrial processing. A vigorous and erect plant with well covering foliage. Suitable for growing either in a nursery or directly outdoors.

Peculiar round white eggplant with shades of rose color. Large size fruits of 12-15cm in diameter. Italian heirloom, very productive and medium-early cycle. The flesh is white and creamy with a  sweet and delicate savor.

Eggplant should always be cooked before it is consumed, as it has an alkanoid that can damage the digestive system. It contains vitamins, antioxidants, iron, fiber and magnesium among many others.

The sowing takes place in March or April outdoors, while in the interior it is done from January. At 1cm deep and 45cm between plants. Seeds need temperature of 25ºC to germinate. After 3 to 5 months from sowing, the fruits will be ripe and can be harvested. Prefers fertile and well-drained soils.

Packet: 9-10 grams of seed

 


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'Early Argenteuil' Asparagus, Precoce D'Argentuil - [ SEED2GO.CA] - V-ASP - Asparagus
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'Early Argenteuil' Asparagus, Precoce D'Argentuil

Asparagus has grown in the wild in France since the time of Louis XIV. Originally only three different types were available, they were distinguished mostly by their thickness, ‘la grosse’, ‘la commune’ and ‘la sauvage’.

Cultivation become widespread in the mid-19th century, with populations often identified according to countries and towns where they were grown. Arguably the best known asparagus was cultivated at Argenteuil, situated just 14 kilometres northwest of Paris. For centuries Argenteuil was an important asparagus-growing district: at one time several thousand persons were employed in cultivating the crop.

Asparagus 'Precoce D'Argentuil’ or ‘Early Argenteuil‘ was listed by Vilmorin-Andrieux in 1885 as a selection from 'Giant Dutch Purple'. It is one of three subvarieties of Argenteuil (early, mid, and late) and is highly esteemed for its thick, rose-purple spears with tender tips and an excellent flavour.

It is an excellent choice for the impatient gardener. Earlier and hardier than most asparagus varieties, the spears are usually produced from seed struck plants in the second year and it will shoot earlier in the season than other varieties.

In France, Asparagus D'Argentuil is the traditional variety used to create the popular white asparagus by blanching the plants. White asparagus, nicknamed ‘edible ivory’ and ‘white gold’ typically sells for two to three times as much as the green-skinned variety due to the high cost of production and the short season. However, it is simply created by mounding earth over the spears as they begin to push out of the ground, thus keeping them from sunlight and the photosynthesis that would turn them green.

This noble stalk may cost a king's ransom for much of the year but when cultivated in the garden it is affordable for even us commoners and is uncommonly delicious.


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Sunflower Sunshine Seeds - [ Seed2Go - Canada ] - V-SUNFLOWER - Flower Seed
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Sunflower Sunshine Seeds

What is the best month to plant sunflower seeds?

Growing sunflowers from seed is super easy, too. Plant seeds after the danger of spring frost has passed and the soil temperature is at least 60 degrees. This will be between March and May, depending on where you live. Plant the seeds no more than an inch deep and about 6 inches apart.

The massive bright yellow blooms have feathery petals and large chocolate brown centers full of seeds. Thin-shelled, striped seeds are plump and meaty with high oil content. Plants grow 6-12' tall and produce flowers that range from 10-12″ across.  

Sunflower seeds can be planted directly into the garden soil.

Sow seed directly into the garden in late spring to early summer or start seeds indoors in 4 weeks before spring frost danger has ended. 

Plant seeds 1” deep and 6” apart. They should come up in 8-10 days depending on the soil temperature and grow quickly in warm weather. After the seeds sprout thin plants to at least 12" apart. First blooms appear 60-90 days after emergence.

They grow well in poor soil and will tolerate heat and dry conditions.


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Romanesco Fennel, sel. Vesuvio, Roman Fennel, Florence Fennel, Finocchio - [ SEED2GO.CA] - V-FR - Fennel
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Romanesco Fennel, sel. Vesuvio, Roman Fennel, Florence Fennel, Finocchio

A medium  to early variety. The hearts are round, medium-sized and compact. the sheaths are thick, fleshy and entirely  white with very little fibre. They are crunchy and tender white  with  a  sweet, aromatic flavour. SOWING: can be sown  in several stages from july until the beginning September for harvesting from November until February. 

Fennel is easy to grow. They prefer full sun and a well drained soil. They will do best in rich soils.Water them during dry periods, once or twice per week. Add a general purpose fertilizer once or twice a season. While classified as a herb, Fennel is a popular European vegetable too. Native to Mediterranean region, the bulbous base and stalk is popular eaten raw like celery, cooked, or boiled. Closely related to Parsley, Fennel is popular in Italian and other Mediterranean recipes. Also called Florence Fennel or Finuccio, it is easy to grow and very hardy, lasting well after the first frost. With bright green, fern-like leaves and aromatic yellow flowers, this plant will grow three to four feet tall. Plant it in the back of the herb garden or in your vegetable garden. Foliage and seeds have an anise-like flavor.

Traditional Italian herb with a wonderful anise taste. Romanesco Fennel is also called Roman or Florence Fennel. Very sweet and aromatic late maturing variety produces a large head with thick white tightly wrapped stalks.

Florence fennel or Finocchio

Perhaps the most indulgent vegetable to start off at this time of year is Florence fennel, otherwise known as finocchio or, more commonly, bulb fennel. The handsome feathery foliage of this crop is matched only by its exquisite aniseed flavour that makes a fine pairing with fish (try baking parcels of mackerel with slices of fennel and lemon for a sublime dinner). But fennel has more strings to its bow than this – pop chunks into a stew to freshen things up, or finely slice a bulb over a garden-gathered salad using a chef’s mandolin. The leaves can be used in place of herb fennel.

Bulb fennel is perhaps a slightly misleading name, as the ‘bulb’ is in fact the swollen stem base of the plant. But this is nitpicking as all you really need to know is that this is a vegetable to luxuriate in – a gourmet kitchen gardener’s treat!


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Red Onion, Tuscany Italy, Rossa di Toscana - [ Garden Seeds, Seed2Go.ca] - V-RO - Onion
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Red Onion, Tuscany Italy, Rossa di Toscana

One flavorful and pretty Onion from Tuscany Italy. Red glossy skinned colour and sweet white mild flesh. The deep-red globe-shaped onion with beautiful inner rings are delights. 

Top-shaped bulb of medium-large size

Streaked with red, very firm and tasty.

Long conservation.

Medium-late cycle.

Transplant: February / May for summer / autumn harvests September / November for early harvests

Type Onion
Family Allium Family
Temperature Soil 40F+
Temperature Daytime 55-75F
Temperature Evening 45+F
Lighting Full, 6-8 Hous Per Day
Water Steady, 6 Gallons / Week
Maturity Long, 80-120 Days Harvest
PH Neutral 5.5-6.5
Zones 3A-9B
Plant Placement 12 Plants, 3 Per Row

 

 

 


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Golden Yellow Onion, 'Golden' Onion of Parma, Italy - [ Garden Seeds, Seed2Go.ca] - V-YO - Onion
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Golden Yellow Onion, 'Golden' Onion of Parma, Italy

The 'golden' onion of Parma, Italy. A late maturing onion with golden upright top-shaped large bulbs. Excellent storage quality. Compares to any of the top yellow varieties for taste. The shape makes for great slicing. Long Day. Untreated seed.

Golden onions of Parma stand out for their refined simplicity, enclosed in a skin with a sophisticated colour. On the inside, however, it is extremely simple and genuine, so much so that it is appreciated worldwide. It is, in fact, an antique variety famous throughout Europe.

Golden onions of Parma are particularly resistant and easy to preserve. They are large and pyramid in shape and range from straw yellow to intense gold.

This variety takes a long time to develop. It is sown in mid-winter between December and February, but is not harvested until the summer, between mid-July and the end of August. One of the reasons that makes it so successful lies in its storage properties: golden onions of Parma can be perfectly preserved until well after the winter, especially if stored in a cellar or pantry, inside a basket covered with a sheet of newspaper, in a paper bag or cardboard box, where any chance of humidity that might cause the growth of micro-organisms is kept under control.

Which cooking methods bring the best out of the golden onion of Parma? Thanks to its intense taste, it is not very suitable to be consumed raw. On the contrary, its sweet taste can be best savoured in dishes that are cooked slowly, such as soups or braised meats. These qualities have earned it a place of honour on any table in Emilia, but also the Marche region – where it is popular in onion and tomato omelette – and in Umbria, the home of the “cipollata”, or onion stew. Even in simpler preparations, the golden onion of Parma will bowl you over with its sweet taste: try it baked, cut into slices and fried with breadcrumbs, served with anchovy fillets or a few slivers of hard cheese.

From a nutritional viewpoint, the golden onion of Parma is rich in vitamin C and calcium. It also has vermifuge, antiseptic and diuretic properties, being very close to the true rustic onion that are so popular with Emilian farmers.

Type Onion
Family Allium Family
Temperature Soil 40F+
Temperature Daytime 55-75F
Temperature Evening 45+F
Lighting Full, 6-8 Hous Per Day
Water Steady, 6 Gallons / Week
Maturity Long, 80-120 Days Harvest
PH Neutral 5.5-6.5
Zones 3A-9B
Plant Placement 12 Plants, 3 Per Row

 


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Long Scarlet Radish, Red Icicle Radish, Chinese - [ Garden Seeds, Seed2Go.ca] - V-RIR - Radish
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Long Scarlet Radish, Red Icicle Radish, Chinese

The red radish of northern Chinese cuisine is both hot and sweet in flavour. It has bright red skin over tender, crisp, white flesh. The tops are delicious and spicy. This daikon is fast growing and slow to bolt, so it can be planted for spring or fall production. So and grow as you would turnips, thinning them to 15-20cm (6-8") apart. For home gardeners on the coast, plan on sowing short rows three or four times in March and April, and again in September and October. This will result in a steady harvest, and they won't all be ready to pick at once.

Type Radish
Family Cabbage Family
Temperature Soil 40-45F
Temperature Daytime 50-65F
Temperature Evening 40+F
Lighting Full, 6-8 Hous Per Day
Water Light, 3 Gallons / Week
Maturity Short, 20-60 Days
PH Neutral 5.8-6.8
Zones 2A-10B
Plant Placement 20 Plants, 4 Per Row

 


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