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Please note that vegetable plants cannot be purchased online. They must be bought in store only. Thank you

LAITUE BOSTON

A type of cultivated lettuce forming a rounded head and having soft-textured, yellow-green inner leaves. Well appreciated for its fineness. Few varieties can be colored with red. It grows better in cool conditions; in spring or fall. Prefers a rich soil and keep the lettuces well watered. Harvest early in the morning by cutting the plant at its base.

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LAITUE FEUILLE DE CHÊNE

Oak leaf lettuce is a type of butter lettuce and its leaf resembles the oak leaf. Has a light taste of hazelnut. This variety can tolerate some heat without bolting. Harvest the leaves on a regular basis or the entire plant.

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LAITUE frisÉe

The leaves on a head of loose leaf lettuce arrange themselves around a central stalk. They tend to be slightly curly. Prefer a cool climate and it`s the first one to be harvested in spring. During heat wave, they tend to bolt quickly. Be sure to keep the plant well watered in a rich soil. Harvest early in the morning by cutting the plant at its base.

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LAITUE frisée ROUGE

The red-tinged leaves on a head of loose leaf lettuce arrange themselves around a central stalk. They tend to be slightly curly. Prefer a cool climate and it`s the first one to be harvested in spring. During heat wave, they tend to bolt quickly. Be sure to keep the plant well watered in a rich soil. Harvest early in the morning by cutting the plant at its base.

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LAITUE ROMAINE

"Romaine is a variety of lettuce which grows in a tall head of sturdy, deep green leaves with a firm rib down the center. The interior leaves are paler in color, and more delicate in flavor. Offers great heat tolerance. It takes up to 60 days to mature after been transplanted in the vegetable garden. "

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lebanese cucumber bio

"Gourmet variety bearing small fruits (15 to 20cm long) covered with a smooth and thin skin. Its taste is sweet and not bitter. It can creep or climb if we give it a good support to fix it. Plant it in the garden at the beginning of June; does not tolerate cold weather, wind and water on the foliage. Will grow better in a light, deep and humus-rich soil. Watering is done during dry periods with a lukewarm water. Harvest them as they get mature. "

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lemon balm bio

Lemon balm is a citrus-scented, aromatic herb. It is a perennial member of the Lamiaceae (formerly Labiatae), or mint, family and has proven benefit to the nervous system. This lovely Mediterranean native, dedicated to the goddess Diana, is bushy and bright. Greeks used lemon balm medicinally over 2,000 years ago. Honey bees swarm to the plant. This attraction inspired the generic name, melissa, the Greek word for honeybee. Romans introduced lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) to great britain where it became a favorite cottage garden herb. The plant has been naturalized in North America.

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oignon jaune

"DESCRIPTION: firm onion that tolerate diseases. Great companion to carrots, cabbages, squashs, pickles, lettuces, potatoes, peppers and tomatoes. SOIL: well drained and humid CROP: when leaves are dry, dont plant close to beans and peas. FERTILIZATION: Myke when planting + vegetable fertilizer"

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oignon rouge

"description: ferm onion with quality. Can be plant close to the carrots, cabbages, squashs, pickles, lettuces, potatoes, peppers, and tomatoes. SOIL: well drained and humid. CROP: when the leaves are dry. Don`t plant close to the beans and peas. FERTILIZATION: Myke when planting + vegetable fertilizer"

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