Heirloom Christmas Pole Lima Beans are easy to grow. They are a pole type bean so you will need a trellis, fence or some type of support for them to grow up. But anything that can grow up saves garden […]Continue reading »
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Green paper lanterns with Little Green Tomatoes Inside!
Heirloom Tomatillo Verde Tomatillos are a staple in Latin cuisine being the key ingredient in green sauces. This heirloom tomatillo has yellow green 2″ fruit that is rich in flavor and somewhat tart. The fruit is surrounded by a […]Continue reading »
Autumn Beauty in the Sky!
These Heirloom Autumn Beauty Sunflowers produce blooms that are 6″ to 8″ across atop 7 foot stems! The blooms range in color from a vibrant yellows, golds, peaches, salmons, oranges, reds, rusts, and Burgundy. The flattened seed head is haloed […]Continue reading »
This frog blends right into our poor Ozark Soil. He is doing bug patrol for our new Contender Bean Plantings. Grow your own Heirloom Contender Buff Valentine Beans with seeds from AzureDandelion.comContinue reading »
Growing Heirloom Jarrahdale Pumpkin
The Heirloom Jarrahdale Pumpkin are really doing great! The pumpkins are Slate blue-gray colored and heavily ribbed with thick orange flesh. They weigh around 6-10 pounds. Grow your own Heirloom Jarrahdale Pumpkin with seeds from AzureDandelion.comContinue reading »
California Giant Zinnias are great for attracting Butterflies. They come in so many different colors. This planting is a mix of colors. They were host to many different types of butterflies this summer. Grow you own Heirloom California Giant Zinnia […]Continue reading »
Growing Cocozelle Squash
Our Cocozelle Squash are doing well. Squash bugs don’t seem to go after them as much as some of the other squash. But they are quite a good of producer as the Black Zucchini.Continue reading »
Growing Heirloom Teddy Bear Sunflower
Everybody loves Sunflowers. This heirloom is even more loveable. The 3 feet tall plants have mounded golden orange sunflowers that are 5 inches across. Their height and interesting appearance make them a great first seed for children to plant. Butterflies […]Continue reading »
Growing Black Beauty Zucchini
The Black Beauty Zucchini always give us a bumper crop. When harvesting for our table or market, we try to pick them young, when they are no more than 6″ – 8″. Once in awhile we miss one. This is one we […]Continue reading »
Sharing with Nature or Bane of My Existence!!
Sharing with Nature or Bane of My Existence!! These little thiefs have been ravaging our Lemon Queen Sunflowers. We are glad to share, but they are gluttons and have not been leaving any seeds for us. Here is an empty […]Continue reading »