English Bluebells, Camassia, arrive this week! It is 90% sold out so hurry and get yours ordered today.
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Southern Exposure Seed Exchange - Widely adapted and similar to California Wonder. The thick-walled, golden ripe fruits average 3 x 3 in. 3 ft. plants. Does well in the Mid-Atlantic.
Instructions - Sow seeds 8-10 weeks before planting out after the last frost. Maintain soil temperature at least 75-85 degrees F for good germination. Peppers won’t germinate in cold potting soil–heat makes a big difference in seeds germinating in 5 days, or seeds taking up to 20 days! (Since germination can be slower if seeds don’t have enough heat, make sure to sow extra seeds in case germination is low.) Don’t overwater seeds or they may rot. Don’t rush the season: a good rule of thumb is to transfer peppers to the garden after the dogwood blossoms have fallen, or when the average soil temperature is 65 degrees F or above (usually a month after the last frost).
Firefly Farm & Mercantile may substitute seed vendors from time to time because of the availability
Our small business is located in the Driftless Region of Southwestern Wisconsin. We'd love to help you with any of our products and offerings.
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