We are not growing bedding plants for sale Spring ’22. And, this will likely continue as a permanent retirement from commercial Greenhouse work. We will still be managing the Hospitality part of our business, renting out the Straw Guesthouse and Pond House. Thank you for your interest and support.
Veggie and Herb Bedding Plants
Room To Grow May ’21
You can email orders to firstname.lastname@example.org or
PM me on Facebook or Instagram.
You can send me a brief message or question by text (204) 305-0528
I’ve started varieties a. that Maggie and I want for our garden and b. from seeds folks offered – allowing me to sell extras. (Thank you) I note, below, if I have low quantities – (low). All are open pollinated (saved seed).
Here’s a link to search for details – on unfamiliar varieties: https://www.heritageharvestseed.com/Heirloom-Vegetable-Seeds-c23980949.
Plants should be ready by 15 May. Please receive your plants by 31 May. Thank-you.
Prices: Please pay by cash or etransfer to email above. Thank-you.
Large tomatoes in 1 gal pots $4.00
Single Veggies and Herbs in 3 1/2” pots $2.00
Basil, Kale and Broccoli in 4-packs $3.00
Tomatoes (all staking unless stated as ‘bush’)
Black Krim (low)
Genuine Flame (low)
– med size, orange, sweet/fruity, productive
– Superb flavour. Slicing. Large red staker. “Bumpy”
– Locally grown for many years. A large paste.
42 Days (low)
– 55 day, smallish, red, ground creeping bush
Manitoba (low) Bush
Striped German (low)
– Medium size. Yellow and red striped. Marbled interior, fruity flavor. Staking
Tiny Tim – bush, cherry
Large Toms in 1 gal pots. Flowering – or nearly so.
Black Krim (low)
M&M Paste (low)
Sweet Basil (Singles or 4-packs)
Parsley Moss Curled (low)
Doe Hill sweet bell, small, gold
Red Bell sw bell, small, red
Franz med hot
Chocolate (low) brown, sw bell
sorry – poor germ’n with Jalepenos
Vittoria small, early, round
Kale blue (4-packs only)
Broccoli Blue Wind (4-packs only)
Mini White small, white, sweet
Market More (low)
Straight 8 (low)
– Medium sized. Flat globe. Dark orange.
Gete Okosomin (low)
– N Am’n Indigenous Heritage, Orange
Grown with composted horse manure – for vigorous roots!
Happy gardening! David