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Row by Row Episode 231: NEW Seeds for 2023

Row by Row Episode 231: NEW Seeds for 2023

It's now the beginning of 2023 and it's the first episode of the year! To start us off right, we have some new seed varieties and collections this year! 

New Seeds for 2023:

    • Hossinator Bell Pepper:  is a hybrid, bell pepper variety with great disease resistance, has consistent production and is widely adapted to all growing regions. A great organic variety.  It produces consistent yields of extra-large, uniform fruits that average 5″ long by 4″ wide. Fruits have a blocky appearance and thick walls. This variety produces large fruit and is a large plant type. Hossinator Bell Pepper is known for its continuous setting ability which makes it a great variety for long-term production throughout the warm growing season. Prolific plants have an extensive cover to protect fruits from sunburn.

    • Hossinator Slicer Cucumberis a hybrid, great southern slicing cucumber with a comprehensive disease-resistance package. Extremely prolific. A great variety for both spring and fall.  This slicing variety is resistant to just about any disease that could plague cucumbers. In addition to the disease resistance, the Hossinator Slicer has a vigorous, strong plant with hardy skin with fruits that average 8.4″ long and have an excellent texture and flavor. A refreshing choice for platters and salads, perfect for the home grower, and market gardeners. Hossinator Slicer Cucumber is a monoecious variety, meaning it produces both male and female flowers. 

    • Hossinator Jalapeno Pepper:  is a hybrid, moderate heat jalapeno pepper that offers growers a unique combination of size, quality, pungency, yield potential, and earliness. This variety produces very large fruit, and has moderate cracking; it is widely adaptive to most growing regions. This popular pepper has very consistent high fruit quality that delivers fruits with good size, smooth exterior with a dark green color. Plants will grow to 3-4′ tall and produce thick-walled fruits that are 3-4″ long. If left on the plant, fruits will mature from green to red. red jalapeños, which are also called “chipotles”, are more flavorful than the green fruits.

    • Texas Grano 502 Onion: is a short-day, open-pollinated variety that features white flesh and straw-colored skin. Its mild and sweet flavor gives it excellent eating quality and has been known as the “eat it like an apple” onion. It produces a large round, globe-shaped onion. The Texas Grano 502 grows especially well in Southern climates and is widely used for winter onion production. Sweet flavor and stores well for months.

    • Supersweet 100 Cherry Tomato: is an open-pollinated, indeterminate cherry variety that produces extremely, heavy clusters of super sweet cherry tomatoes. It is a favorite for home gardeners!  Vigorous plants produce heavy yields of 1-1.5″ round cherry tomatoes that grow in clusters of 15-25. The clusters make these easy to harvest, although you’ll probably eat them all before you get inside! Plants are prolific and will continually produce tomatoes until the first frost in fall. These can be grown on a paneled trellis in a larger garden, but they also make a great patio plant. You can even plant them in a hanging pot and let them dangle towards the ground for easy harvesting. Great for snacking and salads!

    • Aspabroc Broccoli : also known as, broccolini in the produce section of your local grocery, resembles a broccoli raab with an asparagus-like stem and offers a sweet, mild taste and a slight peppery undertone. You get to capture the savory flavor of asparagus and broccoli in one plant; the whole plant is edible! This cut-and-come again, hybrid variety is easy to grow and requires very little space. Aspabroc is great for container growing. Great for roasting, boiling, sautéing, and steaming! 50-60 days to maturity. Aspabroc is a cross between two types of broccoli: Chinese Kale (or Gia Lan) and Italian Sprouting developed in the 1990s

    • Burgundy Broccoli: stunning, hybrid broccoli variety that has beautiful deep purple florets with pale green stems.  This variety performs well when grown in the fall and early spring in northern, colder states. It also is a solid producer when overwintered throughout the fall and winter months in southern states. Grow it anywhere in the country with exceptional results! It’s tolerant of a wide arrange of temperatures. Burgundy is a sprouting broccoli variety; it creates one moderate to the small main head but then starts producing generous side shoots. Brassica oleracea.  40 days to maturity.

    • Imperial Star Spinach: fast-growing, hybrid variety. This Asian type of spinach has smooth, medium-green leaves. Its relatively early maturity makes it a great spinach variety for succession planting throughout the cooler months. Imperial has an upright plant habit with strong sturdy petioles. Great spinach that will withstand colder temperatures with a low bolt tolerance. Great for the market farmer! Spinacia oleracea35 days to maturity

    • Black Oats: cover crop that works tremendously as a ground cover for weed suppression and nematode control. It is also known to be one of the best cover crops to grow for a beginner. Black Oats produce tons of biomass allowing it to break down quickly, and return valuable nutrients and organic particles back into the soil.   This makes it a perfect cover crop to rotate before corn or other heavy-feeding vegetable crops. Black Oats make a great forager for livestock. Avena strigosa. 60 days to maturity

    • Southern Dolly (Flue Cured) Tobacco: hybrid, flue-cured tobacco variety that was bred in North Carolina. Southern Dolly is rich in natural tannins which can create its distinct slightly sweet and mild flavor and aroma. A high-yield, medium to late maturing variety with excellent holding ability, with an orange-colored cure.  Nicotiana tabacum. Pelleted. 66 days to maturity

      Flue-cured tobacco tends to exhibit less mold than other types of tobacco; the term “flue-cured” tobacco refers to the type of curing barn used to dry, or cure, the tobacco leaves. Flue-curing barns contained a chimney-like flue with an externally-fed tinder box that allows the tobacco to dry out slowly without exposure to smoke. 

    • Shirey Dark Tobacco:  open-pollinated, dark Virginian-type tobacco variety with a mild flavor – typically a richer flavor than Virginia Golds. It will produce a large leaf that air cures easily to medium brown color. Its hardy plant can reach up to 6 feet tall in height and withstand moderate to late season frosts. Shirey (sometimes pronounced as “Shirley”) is sweet-scented, produces ornamental flowers that are white to pink, and is wonderful for pollinators. Nicotiana tabacumPelleted. 65 days to maturity

    • Heritage Gold (Burley) Tobacco: is one of the classic burley tobacco varieties, a medium to late maturity for light-air curing or drying, known for its extensive disease resistance package and strong yield. Among the most common tobacco variety cultivated today, Burley-type varieties do well in a wide range of climates. The growth habit of Heritage Gold is semi-upright.  Nicotiana tabacumPelleted. 70 days to maturity.

    • Lemon Cutie Sunflower: features loads of lemon-colored flowers, it won the Fleuroselect 2023 Gold Medal for Novelty!  This sunflower is a unique, short-habit variety that will only reach around 1-2′ tall, creating a blanket of bright yellow in your garden. Use these to attract bees and other beneficial insects to your garden. The flowers are pollenless with the natural production of nectar for those pollinating insects. A semi-double flower that holds their freshness unusually long!  Great for containers. Helianthus annuus. 55 Days to Maturity

    • Survival Seeds Collection:  premium assortment of 45 easy-to-grow seed varieties. It includes heirloom and open-pollinated varieties, from tomatoes, cover crops, beans, flowers, herbs, peas, squash, and so many more! The Survival Seed Collection is great for any gardener, beginner, or advanced. This kit has been curated for long-term storage from light, and moisture and to have a safety seed vault (just in case). Seed packets come in a large mylar (resealable) bag for safe and dry storage. Includes 45 seed packs. $181.56 Retail Value. $99.99

    • Deluxe Medicinal Herb Collection: hand-curated, comprehensive collection of premium herb seeds. This herb collection is a great starter collection for those who would like to get started in medicinal herb growing. You can continue to enjoy these herbs year after year. Each of the herbs in this collection has its own specific medicinal properties, each essential to every garden as well as attracting beneficial pollinators. In this deluxe collection, you will not only receive 10 medicinal herb seed packets, but you will also receive 10 heavy-duty, waterproof garden stakes, and 10 growing cards with information on each herb variety. Seeds are packed in a collectible tin that may be used for years.

    • Premium Medicinal Herb Collection: hand-curated, comprehensive collection of premium herb seeds.  This herb collection is a great collection for those who would like to branch out in more unique varieties of medicinal herbs. You can continue to enjoy these herbs year after year. Each of the herbs in this collection has its own specific medicinal properties, each essential to every garden as well as attracting beneficial pollinators. In this deluxe collection, you will not only receive 9 medicinal herb seed packets, but you will also receive 9 heavy-duty, waterproof garden stakes, and 9 growing cards with information on each herb variety. Seeds are packed in a collectible tin that may be used for years.

 

How many tomato plants are our customers growing?

We recently took a poll from our customers on how many tomato plants they're currently growing. Check out below how many plants our customers grow:

Plants Customers

6-12 Plants

52

13-20 Plants

73

21-30 Plants

74

31-40 Plants

31

41-50 Plants

21

51-100 Plants

46

101-200 Plants

20

201-300 Plants

3

301-400 Plants

1

Greater than 500 Plants

3

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