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Red raspberries, good for our climate. Several unnamed varieties in this batch!

Well-rooted plants in 1 gal pots. You can plant these now, or hold in this pot until the fall, or in a larger pot till next spring.

Gallon
$7.00
9

Everbearing raspberries start fruiting in summer with regular raspberries, but then continue producing fruit until November. The late fruits don't have that great summer flavor, but they are not bad.

Well-rooted plants in 1 gal pots. You can plant these now, or hold in this pot until the fall, or in a larger pot till next spring.

Gallon
$7.00
2

Peppermint plant - spreads determinedly in damp soil, so plant where you want it to do so, or in a pot, or in full sun where it will be slowed down by the heat.

Makes excellent tea when fresh or dried, wonderful scented leaves.

3.5" pot
Gallon
$3.00-$7.00

Lady's Mantle plant - spreads to 18-24" across, chartreuse flowers in summer, leaves hold drops of water very decoratively.

5" pot
Gallon
Half gallon
$4.00-$7.00
2

Rhubarb roots were potted up several months ago and are growing healthily. You can keep them in this pot for no longer than 1 year, or plant them right away. Do not harvest this year, let them grow strong first!

Gallon
$7.00
4

Apple Mint plant - fuzzy leaves resist rust disease better than smooth leaved plants. Spreads determinedly in damp soil, so plant where you want it to do so, or in a pot, or in full sun where it will be slowed down by the heat.

Makes excellent tea when fresh or dried, wonderful scented leaves.

Half gallon
$5.00

Chocolate Mint plant - smells like After Eights! Spreads determinedly in damp soil, so plant where you want it to do so, or in a pot, or in full sun where it will be slowed down by the heat.

Makes excellent tea when fresh or dried (although the chocolate overtone mostly disappears on drying), wonderful scented leaves.

3.5" pot
Half gallon
$3.00-$5.00

Lemon balm plant - great lemon scented leaves, spreads to 18" across and 24" high. Will set seed and sow itself around.

5" pot
$4.00
1

Short indeterminate (vine) with 1.5-2" red fruit. Early.

Hardened-off and ready to grow in your garden. Bury the lower part of the stem to encourage better rooting. Needs support: benefits from overhead shelter and good calcium levels in the soil

3.5" pot
$3.00
1

Determinate (bush) with large juicy red fruit. Somewhat blight resistant.

Hardened-off and ready to grow in your garden. Bury the lower part of the stem to encourage better rooting. Needs support: benefits from overhead shelter and good calcium levels in the soil

3.5" pot
$3.00
2

Multiplier onions grown from seeds. The small clump of baby onions will grow into a full size clump next year.

3.5" pot
$3.00
7

Anise Hyssop is a tea herb and a beneficial insect attractor, as well as an attractive flowering and scented perennial plant that normally flowers in the first year.

A clump of plants in each pot: plant together, don't try to separate them! These plants are currently small but will transplant and grow well.

3.5" pot
$3.00
1

Dill from seed collected in my garden. A clump of plants in each pot: plant together, don't try to separate them!

3.5" pot
$3.00
5

Cilantro from seed collected in my garden. A clump of plants in each pot: plant together, don't try to separate them!

3.5" pot
$3.00
3

Everbearing strawberries fruit in summer with regular june-bearers, then continue to produce a trickle of fruit until October, or even November with some protection.

Well-rooted plants in 3.5" pots. You can plant these now, and pick off flowers for a couple of weeks while they root into the soil. Less transplant shock than with bare-rooted plants.

3.5" pot
$3.00

Clump of chives, well rooted and ready to plant.

3.5" pot
$3.00
6

Multiple shoots growing in each 4" pot. "Old Spice" is a highly scented climbing variety.

3.5" pot
$3.00
2

Hardy, very curly-leaved parsley, from seed collected in my garden. A clump of plants in each pot: plant together, don't try to separate them!

3.5" pot
$3.00
2

Walking onions are so named because they grow a clump of bulbs at the top of a stalk in the summer, which falls over and roots in a new place - so they "walk" around the garden. They make great "Scallions" in early spring and in fall - you can pull and eat several from each clump, leaving the others to grow. This variety makes tiny topset bulblets which are not really big enough to eat on their own.

Each 3.5" pot contains a clump of bulblets which will grow into a full size clump of onions.

3.5" pot
$3.00
2

Home-made fruit leather made from local fruit and the occasional organic banana from the store. Pieces are approximately 3-4" square, rolled and wrapped in soy-based wax paper which can be composted. $1 per individual roll.

$1.00
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