In full bloom, its umbels, ranging in colour from deep violet-blue to pure white, spell love at first sight. As a container plant, it requires a fast-draining growing medium, regular watering (keep slightly moist) and, during active growth, a weekly application of a a balanced fertilizer. Continue feeding for about a month after flowering to help the formation of next year`s buds. Can be overwintered in a slightly cool, bright room and treated as houseplants.
Annual plant with finely serrated leaves and small, umbellate yellow flowers. Fresh taste and lightly aniseed flavoured. Perfect to flavoured raw and cooked fish. The leaves, flowers and seeds can be used to flavor pickles (gherkins, cauliflowers, cucumbers). Also, it is savoured in salads with cucumbers and potatoes. The seeds when infused facilitate digestion. Has to be planted in the garden in a well drained soil.
A quick-flowering, sophisticated climber, producing masses of indigo to violet, pink or white flowers, attracting hummingbirds.This quick-growing annual climber will twine itself around trellises or creep down from pots. In a large container, grow it with a good potting soil mix. In borders, it requiers fresh and well-drained soil.
This variety features trumpet-shaped purple blue flowers in abundance, attracting hummingbirds. In the garden, it thrives in a fertile, fresh and well drained soil. In a large container, provide a good potting soil mix. It can climb on a trellis or a fence.
You can grow this plant in a hanging basket like an indoor plant; you can also plant it in an annual mix in patio pots, flower boxes or hanging baskets. Thin leaves emerge on long stems, hanging beautifully from containers. Grow in a fresh, moist and well drained soil.
Well adapted to the climatic conditions of Quebec, this cultivar is known to be the best yielder after four seasons of complete culture. The plants of Asparagus are very young when you buy them. Plant them at every 40cm. Harvest starts the year after and will be more abundant with years. Needs a rich, deep, light and well drained soil; add compost every year.
the most known variety of eggplant is the dark purple one with an oblong shape just like a pear. Plant it in the garden 2 weeks after the last frost. Gets mature by the end of August; we apply a light pressure on the sides with the fingers: if the finger prints stay visible, the eggplant is ready, if the flesh bounces back, it`s not mature. Needs a light, compost-rich and well drained soil.
"DESCRIPTION: a compact plant bearing small oval green fruits. The white flesh is particularly mild and you don`t need to peel the pale-green skin. SOIL: riche and well drained CROP: faster than most other varieties. "