Like to dress up your garden with interesting fruit and vegetables? Then you’ll love growing striped toga eggplant! This unique variety produces bright orange fruits with green stripes. While they’re not the easiest plants to grow, with a little bit of care and some helpful tips, you can be enjoying your own homegrown striped toga eggplants in no time. Keep reading for more information on how to grow this beautiful vegetable!
Prairie Fire is a relatively new variety of crab apple that averages around 12 -15 feet tall. It’s foliage is strikingly maroon to dark lavender, come Autumn it morphs to variant shades of auburn, orange and red. The biggest detraction from this cultivar is that although the fruit is edible, basically it sucks and is best … Read more
Centennial Crab Apple Plant Profile Semi Dwarf Cold Hardy trees produce plum shaped miniature apples with a light crimson blush over greenish yellow. Centennial Crab Apple was bred from Dolgo and Wealthy apples at the University of Minnesota in the 1950s. Small elongated fruits have a bright scarlet blush with a crisp sweet flavor that … Read more
Dolgo Crabapple was initially a 19th Century Russian Import, it serves well as an ornamental and edible fruit producing tree. It is fairly large as crabapple trees go reaching over 30 feet in height at times. Good resistance to scab and fire-blight. It is frequently paired with other fruits in preserves and sauces. It has … Read more
Pink Spires reaches 12 to 15 feet. It’s a Columnar Fruit Tree that grows very narrow and upright, making it an awesome addition to a patio or confined yard space. Spring Flowers are rosy pink and appear earlier than most varieties. Purplish red fruit is ripe by early September into October. The foliage is perhaps … Read more
Peat Pots are a favorite biodegradable way to start seeds indoors. When it’s time to transplant, set pot and all into the soil, the roots will grow right through the peat pot walls, permitting replanting without removing the pot. No shock or setback is suffered, so faster, heavier growth takes place. Peat Pots are made … Read more