flowers / vegetables
- Wave Petunias - These are the first true spreading petunias. Waves are one of the most popular brands of spreading petunias, they are started from seed only. Easy to care for, usually require more fertilizer than most annuals, self-cleaning, low maintenance, pinching is not necessary to promote flowering, prefers sun, will tolerate light frost. Use for hanging planters or as a groundcover.
- Super Petunias - Another very popular type of spreading petunia exhibiting all the same characteristics of Wave Petunias, but are propagated from rooted cuttings. They also offer more variety of color ranges. Due to extensive breeding, they tend to perform better than seed grown varieties. Use for hanging planters or as a groundcover.
- Calibrachoa- These have small petunia like flowers but produce many more, also known as million bells. The plant is more compact with smaller leaves than a petunia. Same growing requirements as petunias and can tolerate lower temperatures. Brighter color options to use for hanging planters, containers and garden beds.
- Verbena - Flowers grow in clusters. Most are spreading but some have upright growth habit. Tolerate temperatures into the 20’s. Best for sunny locations. Fairly drought tolerant and adapts to most soil conditions. Fertilize like all annuals. May need to occasionally deadhead to keep visually appealing, but not necessary to keep flowering. Spreading varieties are used in hanging planters alone or in combination with other plants, also used as an excellent ground cover. Upright growth varieties are used in planters and flowerbeds.
- Zonal Geraniums - The large leaves are often smooth and usually have a horseshoe shaped mark on them. Clusters of small flowers open to form a large flower head. Propagation is from cuttings from a stock plant and tend to perform better than seed grown varieties. Sunny to part shade locations, deadheading is necessary and fertilize like all annuals. No overhead watering, which promotes disease. Use in planters and flower beds.
- Torenia - Also known as Wishbone Flower, has a spreading habit and the flowers are tubular. Excellent option for shade. Heat and drought tolerant with low maintenance. Fertilize like all annuals. Use in hanging planters, planters or in flowerbeds.
- Coleus- Known for their colorful foliage, low maintenance option. Depending on variety, can be grown in sun to full shade. Fertilize like all annuals, use in planters and in flower beds. Great for adding height to any planting.
- Many more varieties available, just too numerous to list!
- Assorted varieties for sun or shade
- Ground cover to tall
- Flowering to foliage
- Spring to fall blooming
- Lettuce Bowls - a mixture of leaf lettuces. Very cold tolerant. In the spring can tolerate full sun but as it gets hotter prefers more shade. Likes to be grown cool.
- Tomatoes - many choices available
- Cherry tomatoes : hanging baskets, upside-down hanging baskets and patio pots
- Cherry or larger tomatoes: 5 gallon containers with a tomato cage
- Herb Bowls - a variety of annual and perennial herbs grown with other companion edible plants in a decorative planter
- Peppers - hanging baskets and patio pots
- Mini vegetable garden - a variety of vegetable plants in a decorative planter
- Other vegetable choices available
Herbs and Greens
- Annual Herbs - Basil, Parsley, Dill etc…
- Perennial Herbs- Oregano, Thyme, assorted Mints etc…..
- Scented Geraniums- Citronella
- Assorted Greens- Lettuces, Spinach, Pac Choi, Swiss Chard, Kale
- Strawberry plants - Everbearing and June bearing
- Tomatoes-We offer a variety with a wide range of shape, size and color, from early to late season.
- Will vary from year to year
- Peppers - We offer a variety from sweet to hot, as well as different shapes, sizes and colors.
- Will vary from year to year
- Eggplant- white and purple
- Cucumbers - slicing, pickling, burpless and container
- Patty pan -yellow scalloped squash
- Spaghetti Squash
- Summer Squash - Yellow and Zucchini
- Winter Squash - variety of favorites
- Pumpkins - Jack-o-lantern, pie pumpkins
- Cauliflower - white, purple and yellow
- Cabbage - Early, Late and Red
- Brussel sprouts
- Assorted other
- Seed Potatoes
- Onion Sets
- Assorted others