Garden Catalogs 2021--Seeds n Such

Garden Catalogs 2021--Seeds n Such
Gardeners will find all sorts of treasures in the 2021 Seeds n Such catalog. It features close to a thousand non-gmo varieties and 88 pages.

This catalog is kind to your wallet as the shipping is only $2.99. The seeds are only $2.79 per pack if you order one to nine packs, and is $1.99 when twenty or more packs are ordered.

Gardeners can order online, by regular mail, fax, and phone. Order by Feb. 28th, 2021 to receive two free packs of vegetable seeds.

The 2021 catalog features over forty new varieties. There is an in-depth profile for each variety with the days to harvest. Disease resistant varieties are identified along with the culinary uses and the crop’s storability.

Autumn Frost hybrid winter squash is a real keeper and can be stored for four months. This is disease resistant.

For salad lovers, there is the new Little Caesars lettuce, which is easy to grow and perfect for small gardens. The beautiful Golden Helios radishes are very nutritious and ready in 25 days. Even the leaves are edible.

The Cayenne Sweetness hybrid pepper bears sweet tasting, very colorful, cayenne shaped peppers, ready in 75 days.

The Sparky XSL hybrid tomato has a shelf life of three weeks or more. A 2019 All America Selections winner, this is ready in 65 days. The very productive plants bear up to seventy fruits.

Micro Tom tomato is also new for 2021. Perfect for patios and windowsills, this bears tiny fruits in 53 days. This is part of the new Kitchen Minis series, which includes Taquito hybrid pepper.

Also new for 2021 is the Clancy hybrid potato, which is grown from seed, not tubers. These potatoes are ready to harvest in around a hundred days from transplant. This was also a 2019 All America Selections winner.

Antares fennel, grown for the edible bulbs, is a new variety that can be grown in containers. Green Envy eggplant is also new. It bears very tiny green eggplants that are almost egg shaped. These are ready to harvest in 65 days. The plants are nearly four feet tall, so do give them enough space.

Seeds n Such also sells special tomato varieties for tomato lovers. Called the Chef’s Choice, this collection features six All America Selections tomato winners. These include about every color of tomato one can imagine, including, yellow, orange, green, black, and red. These are crack resistant.

Those who relish homegrown tomatoes will love this catalog because it features over sixteen pages of tomato varieties. They also sell tomato grafting rootstocks as well.

The vegetables are listed alphabetically from asparagus to watermelons, including three pages of corn varieties. There are over five pages of beans, including a wonderful bean collection called the Trilogy Bush Bean Blend, ready to harvest in fifty days or so.

The catalog has four pages of cucumber varieties, three pages of squash, and a whopping nine pages of peppers from sweet to astronomically hot. The Super Heavy Weight Hybrid Sweet pepper (77 days) is disease resistant.

Kostus hybrid pepper (75 days) can be grown in containers. The disease resistant plant bears seven inch long, icicle shaped peppers.

Along with the new and newer varieties, this catalog also offers many classic older varieties, such as the 1950 Congo watermelon, also named an All America Selections winner. These large sweet tasting melons, over two feet long, can weigh over 35 pounds. They are ready in a little over three months.

The catalog also features sweet potato plants and all sorts of gardening aids, such as tomato barrels, along with farm seeds, cover crops, and green manure crops.

In addition, this has a dozen pages of flower seeds listed alphabetically. New flowers for 2021 include Beacon impatiens, and Big Kiss White Flame gazania, shown on the front cover. There is a handy index on the back of

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