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Easy Gardener Weatherly Organics Container and Bedding Fertilizer Spikes Features: -Container and bedding fertilizer spikes.-No mi...xing or measuring.-Spikes are the convenient way to transition to organic gardening.-Unique in the ground feeding is the most efficient delivery system for organics.-Natural, slow release organic nutrients ensure hearty plants.-Improves long term soil quality by promoting beneficial microbial growth.-No leaching or water polluting run off.-50 per pack.-Product Type: Fertilizer.-Country of Manufacture: United States.Dimensions: -Overall Product Weight: 0.59. 06128 read more

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Standard raspberry for fall bearing with great color, flavor, firmness and freezing quality. Luscious flavor and heavy yields of j...uicy, sweet, red fruits. Space 3' apart in rows 6' apart. Plants produce berries on old canes in early summer and on new canes from August to frost. Vigorous and hardy. Self-pollinating. Grows best in full sun. We ship bare root plants. read more

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The world's largest blueberry. Chandler is a favorite in the home garden and is famous for having the world's largest blueberries.... It is late ripening and has an extended harvest period. read more

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Bumper crop of incredibly luscious gourmet raspberries. Bushy, easy to manage thornless bush with spinefree canes produces a bumpe...r crop of incredibly luscious gourmet raspberries. Berry plants are self-fruitful, so a single plant will supply ample fruit from early to late summer. Plenty of berries for fresh eating, jams, and sorbet. Glencoe?s plants are compact enough to be grown in a 15" diameter pot. Full sun. read more

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Half-High Blueberry fruiting mid-season. Northblue is a great landscape plant and super producer of quality fruit in very cold cli...mates. The fruit has a ?wild? taste, juicy and is excellent for baking or fresh eating. Northblue has survived winter temperatures to minus 35°F, although will thrive best when snow protection is adequate. Fall foliage is red-burgundy blooming in white during the spring. Northern highbush blueberries require 800 to 1000 chill hours to set fruit. read more

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Southern Highbush fruiting early in the season. Sharpblue is one of the best and most adaptable variety in low chill areas. Great ...for milder zones, it requires only 200 chilling hours to bloom and produce fruit. Sharpblue will bloom and fruit almost year round, with foliage remaining nearly evergreen. read more

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Southern Highbush that thrives under adverse conditions. Jubilee, a Southern Highbush developed in Mississippi, thrives well under... adverse conditions - heavy soils, summer heat and sudden winter cold. Recommended throughout areas in the South and California with at least 500 chilling hours. Very productive, bearing large clusters in mid season. read more

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Half-High Blueberry fruiting early. Polaris is early fruiting variety developed in Minnesota. Plants are cold-hardy, early ripenin...g and great companion to Northblue or Northsky. The berries are aromatic and very sweet. Fall foliage is red and blooming in white during the spring. For best pollination and fruit set, plant Polaris alongside other cold hardy varieties. Northern highbush and Half-High blueberries require 800 to 1000 chill hours to set fruit. read more

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Southern Highbush fruiting very- early in the season. Very early fruiting, Oneal is considered to be the best tasting of all South...ern Highbush blueberries. The correct soil pH is important and should be 4.5–5.5 for success with this variety. Oneal has a chilling requirement of 500-600 hours. read more

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Northern Highbush fruiting early. The most widely planted early ripening northern variety. Heavy, consistent yield with an attract...ive, firm, light blue, high quality berry. Duke blooms late but ripens early which protects the blossoms from spring frosts. Branches may droop to the ground when laden with fruit, and requires the use a simple trellis as support. Fall foliage is orange-yellow blooming in white during the spring. Northern highbush blueberries require 800 to 1000 chill hours to set fruit. read more

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Attractive and productive southern highbush variety. Early to fruit, the medium-to-large, sky blue berries are spicy sweet. The up...right, spreading 4-6 feet tall plants have bright blue-green foliage that contrasts with pinky-white flowers in spring and make lovely ornamental shrubs with the foliage turning burgundy in fall. Plant with other varieties for better yield. Misty has a low chill requirement of 300 hours and does well as far north as Seattle, WA. "Chill requirement" refers to the accumulated hours of temperatures a plant experiences between freezing and 45 F that is required to break dormancy. read more

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Northern Highbush fruiting early. Selected and developed in New Zealand, Reka is vigorous, fast growing, and adapts well to a wide... range of northern climates and soil types. Abundand yields of early ripening, medium sized, exceptional tasting berries. Fall foliage is burgundy and blooming in white during the spring. Northern highbush and Half-High blueberries require 800 to 1000 chill hours to set fruit. read more

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Northern Highbush fruiting late. Legacy is both a vigorous grower and heavy producer. It keeps many of its leaves through mild win...ters, offering a very different look in the landscape. Foliage turns crimson in cold winters. Berries are medium to large in size and with strong, unique flavor. Northern highbush blueberries require 800 to 1000 chill hours to set fruit. read more

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Three varieties for northern areas. This collection offers three northern highbush blueberries: Patriot, Spartan and Jersey. These... are high-chill requirement varieties widely planted throughout the northern US and southern Canada. We have selected three that will produce continuously over a 90-day period. Northern highbush varieties need 800 chilling hours for good fruit set. "Chill requirement" refers to the accumulated hours of temperatures a plant experiences between freezing and 45 F that is required to break dormancy. read more

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Excellent, delightfully intense flavor and unusual color. These berries are a visual treat?deeply blushed, golden champagne and di...stinctively cone shape. Plants are very productive and give two harvests in one season (hence the "double" in its name) with fruit produced the first fall and a second crop produced on the same canes the following summer. The excellent flavor, unusual color and pleasing conical shape make Double Gold a jewel in your garden. read more

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Four favorite raspberries. To span the growing season, we put together a collection of four of our favorite raspberries. You get t...hree plants each of: ? Heritage ? Anne ? Killarney ?Jewel read more

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Large, flavorful berries in mid- to late summer. Midsummer sweetness. Polana yields a plethora of large, sweet, succulent berries ...on manageable plants. Now you can enjoy fresh raspberries much of the summer, before the fall raspberries arrive. Berries are large and flavorful, and the canes produce an abundance of fruit. read more

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Fall bearing with fantastic flavor. Expect bountiful harvests of dark, shiny berries in the fall. Fruits are medium-large, conical... with excellent flavor. Plants tend to be compact with dark purple canes that are attractive in container and small garden plots. A new selection that deserves a special spot in edible landscapes. read more

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Standard, black raspberry. Ideal for canning or making jams and preserves. Vigorous, upright plants produce large, firm berries wi...th rich raspberry flavor. The fruits ripen from red to black in early to midsummer, and the crops are plentiful. It is reliable, hardy, and withstands cold winters well. read more

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Thornless plants produce extremely heavy yields. Berry early, berry productive. This, the earliest thornless fall-fruiting red ras...pberry, is a super yielder. Joan J's easy-picking, large, firm berries are exceptionally delicious. Best to mow off spring canes to increase fall harvest. read more

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Northern Highbush fruiting in mid-season. Considered to be one of the most beautiful blueberry plants with bright red foliage in f...all, the large and sweet berries that form in clusters make Toro an exceptional home garden variety. Fruit flavor is rarely tart, and berries are firm, excellent for desserts. Northern highbush blueberries require 800 to 1000 chill hours to set fruit. read more

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Northern Highbush fruiting in mid-season. Compact plant habit is perfect for edible landscaping or use in large pots. Fall foliage... and winter wood are a golden yellow, followed by bright-white blooms in the spring. Perfect sky blue berries amass in large clusters, easy to pick and are perfect for baking. Northern highbush blueberries require 800 to1000 chill hours to set fruit. read more

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Southern Highbush fruiting mid-late in the season. Large berries with complex and robust flavor, Southmoon is perfect for southern... areas with little need of chill hours. It does especially well in lighter, sandy soils with generous additions of organic matter. This variety was developed in Florida and is performing well in California where chilling hours reach 500. Deciduous, green fall foliage blooming in white. It requires 400 chill hours to bloom and set fruit. read more

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Three varieties adapted for southern areas. This collection offers 90 days of harvest from three southern highbush blueberries wit...h low chill requirement: Misty (300 chill hours), Jubilee (500 chill hours) and Sunshine Blue (150 chill hours). These southern highbush blueberries have been bred for heat tolerance and low winter chilling and are well adapted to California, the Sunbelt, the Southeast and as far north as Seattle. These varieties are mostly self-pollinating, but plant all three together for larger berries. "Chill requirement" refers to the accumulated hours of temperatures a plant experiences between freezing and 45 F that is required to break dormancy. read more

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Great color in the garden; great flavor in the kitchen. Our Tricolor collection is an outstanding mix of color and flavor. One pla...nt each of Anne (yellow), Heritage (red), Jewel (black) and Killarney (red). read more

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Northern Highbush fruiting very early. First to ripen and early to bloom, this upright bush produces solid canes with bright red w...ood. Berries are light blue, large in size and sweet and juicy. Fall foliage is red-burgundy blooming in white during the spring. We recommend to plant where blueberries are well suited to avoid frost pockets. Northern highbush blueberries require 800 to 1000 chill hours to set fruit. read more

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Southern Highbush fruiting early in the season. Large berries with pleasantly sweet flavor, Star can now compliment early season b...ounty in home gardens with early ripening. Developed by University of Florida, this variety blooms over very long period of time which makes it a good pollenizer for other varieties. Deciduous, yellow fall foliage, Star has a chilling requirement of 400 hours. read more

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Durable and fast-growing carpet, with soft masses of extra fine leaves. Try these flat cushions of dense, moss-green for edging mo...ist, shady nooks in the garden. Only 1-inch tall, but very fast spreading, with plenty of tiny white flowers in springtime. Easy to maintain, but keep moist during dry spells. Very hardy and deer resistant. read more

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Flat mats with golden-yellow star clusters. Sedums are great choices for problem spots in the garden. Tough and easy to grow, this... stonecrop is a favorite, with clusters of small, bright canary yellow flowers in spring. A flat creeper with dense, spongy leaves, plants spread to cover spaces and crevices in rock gardens, and as fillers in mixed container plantings. Drought and deer resistant, and attracts butterflies. read more

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Medium-hot heirloom peppers with a pedigree that goes right back to Thomas Jefferson. A tangy hot pepper that's rich in flavor and... history. Producing tiny, shiny, round-red peppers, this variety was introduced in 1813 by Bernard McMahon from seeds given to him by Thomas Jefferson who was, as you may know, an accomplished plantsman. Striking and decorative, the 12" plants are ideal candidates for indoor or outdoor containers. The medium-hot fruits can be strung like cranberries and dried. Plants can be overwintered indoors. Harvest about 90 days from transplant. read more

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An heirloom found in Ohio and yours to enjoy: delicious and super sweet. You can tell that Sheepnose has vintage rural origins, si...nce few of us see a sheep, or its nose, often enough to think of naming a lovely, delicious pimento after the ovine proboscis. An heirloom originally found in Ohio, these 3-4"- diameter tomato-shaped peppers are thick-walled and super sweet. This tasty variety is a popular choice for canning. When refrigerated, the harvested fruits stay fresh for a good while. Harvest in 70-80 days after transplant. read more

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An American favorite since the 1920s. Popular since the 1920s, this is the golden version of the red California Wonder. Smooth, bl...ocky and blunt-ended 5" x 4" fruits are thick-walled, very sweet and mild. Maturing from light-green to golden-yellow, the peppers grow on 22-26" sturdy, upright plants that set continuously. Harvest in 62-73 days from transplant. read more

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High-yielding, super hot pepper with a multitude of uses. The famously hot and pungent pepper takes its name from a river in Guyan...a. We like to think the name derives from locals fleeing to the river for relief, their mouths scorched by the incendiary pepper. Most often dried, Cayenne, powdered or flakes, serves as a multi-purpose spice. The South American pepper's 4-6" long, 1//2" thin fruits, slightly hotter than jalape¤os, have a multitude of uses, whether fresh, canned or pickled; excellent steeped in oil or vinegar for flavorful condiments. Yields are high, so extra peppers may be strung in "ristras" for easy drying. Fruits mature from green to red and are ready to harvest about 70 days from transplant. read more

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An heirloom perfect for orange salsas and sauces. Salmon-orange in color, scrumptious in flavor, this early-yielding heirloom has ...just the right credentials for orange-colored sauces and salsas. Nearly seedless, the large, firm fruits grow in prodigious numbers on indeterminate vines. read more

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An African-American heirloom pepper that's one of the prettiest, tastiest peppers you'll ever meet. You may have encountered (and ...savored) this heirloom pepper in the oyster and crab houses around the Chesapeake Bay. One of the prettiest peppers ever to grace our test gardens, this African-American heirloom predates the 1870s. Boasting handsome, variegated foliage, the 18-24" plants produce 2-3" long pendant fruits. Starting out an unusual cream color striped with green, the fruits ripen to orange with brown stripes, before turning all red. An attractive, attention-getting choice for containers. Harvest about 80 days from transplant. read more

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Thick-walled fruits are very sweet, very mild. The golden cousin of the red-colored Marconi, this delicious and mild-tasting heirl...oom pepper is prized in Italy. Very sweet and very large, the 7-10" long tapered fruits are great for eating fresh, frying, grilling or stuffing. Pick at either the light green early stage or wait until fully mature and golden yellow. Harvest in 80-90 days from transplant. read more

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Produces lovely, scrumptious cherry tomatoes in profusion. Red Zebra is thought to be a naturally occurring cross between Green Ze...bra and an unknown, though certainly red, parent. The beautiful and tartly flavored offspring are gorgeous 2 to 3", round cherry-red fruits with rich orange streaks. The bountiful, high-yielding indeterminate vines are ready to harvest about 75-90 days from transplant. read more

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Small, very hot peppers that lend the kick to the famous hot sauce. Originally from Mexico?and taking its name from a Mexican stat...e?this small, very hot pepper's a favorite in the South and East, where the plants can grow tall and are covered with the petite light yellow-green to red fruits. Best known as the pepper that lends the kick to the namesake hot sauce from Avery Island, Louisiana. Harvest about 80 days after transplant. read more

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Thai pepper variety is seriously hot and gorgeous in a container. Originally from Thailand, this seriously hot pepper makes a love...ly impression in a patio container. The ornamental 8-12" plants are bedecked with up to 200 small, conical 1/2-1" fruits that ripen to bright red. Extremely hot, the peppers can be used fresh or preserved in oil or vinegar. Harvest about 85 days from transplant. read more

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Large crops of tapered fruits that turn bright red when ripe. Generations of Italian families have savored this crispy sweet peppe...r. This family heirloom variety is used in salads or saut?ed, with the extras pickled or dried. Large 3' plants bear large crops of 3-4" long tapered fruits that turn bright red when ripe. Ready to harvest about 70 days from transplant. read more

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Big blocky fruits with sweet, juicy taste. Bred by experts at the USDA, and introduced in 1963, this variety produces heavy yields... of large, blocky 4-5" x 3˝-4" fruits. The thick-walled, dark-green to red peppers have a sweet, juicy taste and crisp texture. Vigorous and prolific, the 26-30" upright plants bear over a long season and an excellent choice for the South. Harvest in 72-80 days after transplant. read more

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A Mexican favorite that's four to five times hotter than jalapeno: distinctive pungent flavor. Heat-lovers, here's another Mexican... favorite used in a variety of dishes, from salsas to soups. Four to five times hotter than a jalapeno, it has a distinctive pungent flavor. Large 2-3' plants produce plentiful smooth, club-shaped, 1˝" long fruits with medium-thick walls. Best used fresh, the fruits mature from green to red. Harvest about 75 days after transplant. read more

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This heirloom from Czechoslovakia is prized for its rich, tangy flavor. Prized for the rich, tangy flavor, this heirloom tomato va...riety from Czechoslovakia produces impressive yields of succulent 2" red fruits. The indeterminate plants with potato leaf foliage are early to yield, making them delicious candidates for northern gardens. read more

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Tart and pretty clusters of delectable yellow-green fruits. A favorite heirloom of farm markets and restaurants, thanks to its uni...que tart flavor and attractive presentation. Originally created by crossing Yellow Pear with Evergreen, Green Grape produces clusters of 6-8 yellow-green 1" fruits. read more

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Mild, sweet and tropical flavored beefsteak. This huge orange heirloom tomato takes its name from Iowa's Amana Colonies, one of Am...erica's longest-lived communal societies, where it has been a long-time favorite. With a mild, sweet, tropical flavor, this beefsteak variety's fruits are light orange and fluted, growing up to 1-2 lb. on indeterminate vines. read more

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The pepper of choice for Mexican mole sauce—also sparkles in enchilada sauces and sauces. Originally from Mexico, "Pasilla Bajio" ...furnishes abundant yields of 7" x 1" mildly hot peppers. The name "Pasilla" translates from Spanish as "little raisin", referring to the way the dark green fruits turn deep brown and slightly wrinkled when fully mature and dried. Harvested green, the peppers are used fresh in enchilada sauces and salsas; dried, they're used in smoky-flavored sauces. This is the pepper of choice (once dried and ground into a powder) for the famous Mexican mole (mo-lay) sauce. Harvest about 85 days after transplant. read more

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Simply spectacular: a delicious sweet pepper from Italy. We have one Giuseppe Nardello to thank for this spectacularly tasty sweet... frying pepper. From the small village of Ruoti in the Basilicata region of southern Italy, Giuseppe brought this heirloom to the states, where it was introduced in 1887. Grazie, Giuseppe! All season long the low-growing 20-24" plants produce loads and loads of long, thin peppers, up to 10" long. The peppers are altogether delicious, whether cooked in a little olive oil, grilled, chopped, saut‚ed with other vegetables, or used raw in salsas and salads. These peppers are perfect for pickling or drying. Harvest in 80-90 days from transplant. read more

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Petite, delicious yellow tomatoes that grow in abundance. The tiny, round, yellow ˝" fruits are produced in abundance on vigorous ...indeterminate plants. Large trusses hold easy-to-harvest clusters of fruit. With strong, sweet-tart flavor and firm, juicy texture, the little yellow tomatoes are perfect for salads and crudit?s. read more

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HEIRLOOM. Almost no seed cavities?all meat. The long, blocky fruits mature with a small, discreet seed cavity that can be scooped ...out, leaving all meat. This means much less boiling to get a first class paste. The shape is also good for canning, and excellent for drying. read more

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A prized variety in Thomas Jefferson's garden at Monticello: sweet, mild, delicious. Thomas Jefferson grew this bull-nosed pepper ...in his garden after it arrived here from India in the 1700s. Bull Nosed peppers, popular in early America, are due for a renaissance. Still grown at Jefferson's Monticello, the variety has a delectably mild, sweet taste and thick walls. Can be enjoyed raw, cooked or pickled. Fruits ripen from dark green to red and can be harvested 60-80 days from transplant. read more

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