- THE MOST POPULAR SUMMER VEGETABLE VARIETIES – The essentials needed to start your own summer garden.
- GREAT GIFT FOR GARDENERS – This pack of seeds make a great gift for any gardener. Kit includes 10 plant markers along with planting instructions.
- PLANTING GUIDE – SATISFACTION GUARANTEE – Our assorted heirloom seeds packs have a large variety of seeds and with high germination rates. Seeds are contained inside compostable/recyclable kraft paper to maintain freshness and quality of the seeds. Satisfaction is 100% guaranteed.
- SUSTAINABLE OUTDOOR GARDEN – This selection of seeds can grows best outdoor. Plant in raised garden beds or pots for an easy setup.
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Direct Seed after soil temperature is 60 degrees or higher. Space plants 18-36 inches apart. Water deeply once a week. Cucumbers like heat use dark mulch to increase yields. Consider growing cucumbers vertical on a trellis to keep fruit clean and healthy. Harvest when young.
Direct Seed 2 weeks after last frost date, ensure soil temperature is at-least 60 degrees for proper germination. Corn is wind pollinated, plant in groups or blocks to instead of rows for sufficient pollination. Plant seeds 2 inches deep and 6 inches apart. Fertilize and water well at sowing. Corn has shallow roots, keep them well watered and mulch to help reduce evaporation. Harvest when tassels begin to turn brown.
Direct Seed any time after the last spring frost date, ensure soil temperature is at-least 48 degrees for proper germination. Plant beans 1 inch deep and 2 inches apart in rows 18 inches apart. Water regularly to ensure consistent flowering. Harvest when young and tender.
Jubilee Tomato is an INDETERMINATE or vining style tomato. This variety will require a cage or a stake as the plant will grow and produce until the first frost. Plant in full sun. Start tomatoes indoors 6 to 8 weeks before the last frost date. Transplant after danger of frost and soil is at-least 60 degrees. Avoid overhead watering tomatoes to prevent diseases. Harvest when tomato turns an orange color and is still firm.
Direct seed one week after last frost date, ensure soil temperature is at-least 60 degrees for proper germination. You may get a head start by planting indoors 4 weeks before last frost. Sow seeds 1 inch deep and 2 feet apart, mulch after seeding. Water deeply once per week. Harvest fruits when small for the best flavor.
Depending on the seed, you will start to see germination in as little as 3 days. But plan for 2 weeks for most seeds.
Seeds are best planted the same year to avoid germination % decreases. If you are planting older seeds be sure to plant heavy and thin later. It is advised that you soak seeds 12 hours to increase germination.