Collards grow well in containers. The seeds can germinate in temperatures as low as 40°F. These hearty plants can thrive in temperatures between 40°F and 85°F. Collard greens have been known to tolerate temperatures as low as 10°F. Allow 50 to 70 days from germination to harvest.
This cool weather champion is an excellent addition to your spring container garden. Brussel sprouts can germinate in temperatures as low as 45°. The plant grows best when the weather is between 45° and 75°F. Once it starts growing, the sprouts can tolerate temperatures as low as 20°F. Allow 90 to 100 days from germination to harvest.
When properly trellised, peas will thrive in containers. Seeds can germinate in temperatures as low as 40°F. Once the plant has started growing, it can survive temperatures as low as 25°F. The optimal temperature range for peas is 55°F to 70°F. Allow 60 to 74 days from germination to harvest.
Spinach is an excellent choice for early spring container gardens. The seeds can germinate in temperatures as low as 35°F. This vegetable grows optimally when the temperature is between 60°F and 65°. An excellent growing strategy is to plant a new set every two weeks until mid-spring. Allow 35 to 50 days for harvesting.
Broccoli grows well in large containers and bins. The plant can thrive in temperatures as low as 50°F. Although it can briefly handle freezing temperatures, extended exposure can cause the heads to form prematurely. The optimal temperature for broccoli is between 65°F and 80°F. Allow 48 to 65 days from germination to harvest.
Heirloom Vates Collard Green Seed
(Brassica oleracea) Vates Collard Greens Seed
Renaissance Seed evaluates how these varieties perform in an organic garden, without petro-chemical fertilizer, pesticides or herbicides. He evaluates earliness, flavor, production, storage, cold-soil tolerance, winter harvest ability, self-seeding capacity, and more. If he doesn't love a variety, He doesn't sell it.
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David’s Garden Seeds Spinach Bloomsdale Long Standing Heat Tolerant D67102 (Green) 500 Organic Heirloom Seeds
Ready to eat in 42 days
Seeds are Non-GMO and hand packed by David's Garden Seeds.
A fully-savoyed or crinkled variety with dark green leaves
Sweet Garden Organics Oregon Giant Snow Pea – Heirloom Seeds (85 count)
85 seeds - open-pollinated so you can harvest seed and save for next year's planting!
Heavy producer of 4-5" edible snow pea pods that are ultra sweet and crisp
Brussel Sprouts Seed, Churchill, Heirloom, Organic, Non Gmo, 25+ Seeds, Early Sprouting
Brussel Spouts are super healthy. They are also low calorie!
Dark Green Vegetables are beneficial to one's health
Tiny Cabbages can be eaten raw or you can boil, steam roast or sautee them
Organic Green Sprouting Calabrese Broccoli 200 Seeds #0609 Item Upc#650348691967
60 days. A deliciously old-fashioned broccoli, it boasts dark bluish-green central heads about 5" across. Tall, erect, 30-36" plants give way to multiple side shoots once the central head is cut. 200 Seeds.
Harvest 60-90 days after transplant.
A cool season crop. Sow broccoli seeds in average soil in early spring, or in midsummer for fall crop. In Deep South, Gulf and Pacific Coast areas, sow from fall to early spring. Start seeds indoors about 8 weeks before outdoor planting time.
Emsco City Pickers Garden System
City Pickers self contained grow box with casters. Also includes two 54″ Crop Prop trellis sets, one 8oz bag of fertilizer and one 8oz bag of Dolomite. UV protected, durable resin construction. Perfect for small space areas like patios and decks. The aerations system gives growing plants the proper amount of water and air needed […]