Contents of a Canned Victory Garden™ Heirloom Seed Bank Canned Victory Garden Item Id: 9000064 You will earn 200 Description Canned Victory Garden ™ Specification and Ordering Page About Storing Seeds About Preparedness Gardening About the Can - Important Survival Vegetables (ISVs) are staple crops based on their nutritional and/or caloric composition, for their potential high yield to garden space ratio, or for their ability to improve the soil. There is no such thing as a " one size fits all "
> RARE "VICTORY GARDENS" BUTTON. RARE "VICTORY GARDENS" BUTTON. Item 735 1" by Geraghty, Chicago. Depicts rows of vegetables with rake and hoe flanking center "V" and surrounding text "School Children's Victory Garden Army/Sponsored By Omaha Junior Chamber Of Commerce." One seen. NM displaying Mint. (
The 2014, Victory Seed Company Annual 2014 Victory Seed Company Annual Catalog Item Id: 0030087 Description Although space does not allow us to print the full selection of seed varieties that we can offer from our web site, it does contain close to 600 varieties of vegetables, herbs and flowers to choose from. You will also have the opportunity to get to know us better by learning more about our family, our company and our mission. The catalog is mailed to active customers that requested inclusion on our
Victory is a terrific new butternut squash, with strong and consistent production of fruit in a very desirable smaller size of approx 2.5 lbs. The deep orange flesh is top quality, fine, dense, and sweet. Great for the market grower as it displays well, and great for home with its great eating qualities. Untreated seed.
"Artist: Maginel Wright Barney / Enright. Year: 1919. Themes: Fruits & Vegetables. Vertical Portrait Orientation. Art Type: Fine art print, canvas, framed wall art, giclee print & canvas. Country of Origin: USA. All canvases ship ready to hang on 3/4 in. wood stretchers (2 in. for Heavy Duty), with the exception of unstretched canvas A boy with hoe chasing fleeing vegetables to illustrate the success of growing food in local ""victory gardens."" Part of the National War Garden Commission's campaign to
'Panther' soybean seeds Panther Soybean Item Id: 3300871 Description 130 days — Plants reach thirty to forty eight inches tall with pods that contain two to three beans each. Seeds are large, round, black, and dimpled when mature and dried. They are bright-green with a purplish hue at the green, ) stage. Each packet contains 25 to 30 seeds. Panther
Sow The Seeds Of Victory! Plant & Raise Your Own Vegetables, 1918 Description : Sow The Seeds Of Victory! Plant & Raise Your Own Vegetables, 1918. Poster showing Liberty sowing seeds. Flagg, James Montgomery, 1877-1960
Pineapple Tomato Pineapple Tomato Item Id: 3400391 Description — These orange fruits with a pink striping are an heirloom from the Ohio area and have great leaf cover. The fruits weigh between twelve and sixteen ounces. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds. Pineapple
Sow The Seeds Of Victory! Plant & Raise Your Own Vegetables, 1918 Description : Sow The Seeds Of Victory! Plant & Raise Your Own Vegetables, 1918. Poster showing Liberty sowing seeds. Flagg, James Montgomery, 1877-1960 1918
Hairy Vetch - Vicia villosa Vetch, Hairy Item Id: 1001081 Description 'Hairy Vetch', also known as ‘Sand Vetch’, ‘Winter Vetch’, and ‘Woolypod Vetch, among others, is native to most northern areas of Europe and Asia. Although not indigenous to North America, it is now cultivated in nearly all parts. Historically it has been used as fodder for dairy cows. It is thought to improve the quality and increase the production of milk. As a nitrogen fixing legume, we use it as part of our green manuring / cover
Victory Garden Kit™ Victory Garden Kit Item Id: 9000094 You will earn 35 Description Victory Garden Kit™ Includes everything you need to grow your own Victory Garden. Throughout history, Victory Gardens have been sown during times of war as a way for folks to both feed their families and to aide in the war effort. Planting a "Victory Garden" has more personal significance in our time. Whatever your reason may be - stretching your grocery budget and saving money, growing pure food for your family's table
Victory Garden Starter Kit™ Victory Garden Starter Kit Item Id: 9000084 You will earn 15 Description Victory Garden Starter Kit™ Includes everything you need to start your own Victory Garden. Throughout history, Victory Gardens have been sown during times of war as a way for folks to both feed their families and to aide in the war effort. Planting a "Victory Garden" has more personal significance in our time. Whatever your reason may be – stretching your grocery budget and saving money, growing pure food
Minowase Radish Minowase Radish Item Id: 3330121 Description 60 days — The roots of this Japanese variety are large, three inches in diameter by up to one to two feet in length. We usually harvest as use when they are much smaller. They are white, very smooth, tender and not very pungent. Each packet contains three grams, which is approximately 220 seeds. Minowase
Ruby Queen Beet Ruby Queen Beet Item Id: 3040041 Description 55 days — The beets are round with smooth skin and shoulders and have a fine, buttery texture. The interior is a uniform dark red with no zoning. Tops are dull green with a bit of maroon and reach a height of ten to twelve inches. 'Ruby Queen' became popular in the Northeast and as a canning variety. Performs well in poor soil. This beet also holds their shape well when crowded. Bred and released by Northrup King and company of Minneapolis and
Watermelon Radish Watermelon Radish Item Id: 3330171 Description 55 days — Also known as 'Red Meat' and 'Continental Fancy', 'Watermelon' radish is an interesting variety in that it has white skin with tender, sweet, dark pink interiors. Grows fairly large in size (between a golf ball and a baseball). Does well as a late fall harvest variety. Each packet contains two grams, which is approximately 200 seeds. Watermelon
Sparkler Radish Sparkler Radish Item Id: 3330031 Description 25 days — Bright red skin with a white tip that covers the lower third of the globe. One to one and a half inches in diameter with white flesh that is juicy and sweet. Each packet contains three grams, which is approximately 200 seeds. Sparkler (Brightest White Tip)
Salsa Kit (Mild) Seed Collection Salsa Kit (Mild) Seed Collection Item Id: 9000044 You will earn 10 Description Mild Salsa Kit Includes everything you need to "grow" homemade salsa. Contained in a decorative gift bag are two recipes on 3" x 5" cards, a growing instruction sheet, and one sampler pack each of 'Toma Verde' Tomatillo, Cilantro, 'Yellow Sweet Spanish' onion, 'Roma' tomato, and 'Anaheim' pepper seeds. Great as gifts or as a cost effective way of starting an heirloom garden.
Southern Garden Selection Seed Collection Southern Garden Selection Seed Collection Item Id: 9000014 You will earn 13 Description Southern Garden Kit An assortment of some of the popular varieties for a Southern Garden. Each kit includes ' ' bush lima beans, ' ' collards, ' ' muskmelon, ' ' okra, ' ' Southern pea , ' Henderson 's Champion Hales Best Jumbo ' pepper, and ' ' tomato seeds. Decorative bag may vary slightly from the one pictured. Great as gifts or as a cost effective way of starting an
White Icicle Radish White Icicle Radish Item Id: 3330041 Description 28 days — The roots are five to six inches long, tapered, about three quarters of an inch in diameter. The flesh is pure white and thin skinned, rich, tender, and sweet in flavor. 'White Icicle' originated from a German grower several years previous to its introduction into the United States in 1899 by J. M. Thorburn & Company. Each packet contains three grams, which is approximately 250 seeds. White Icicle "LIST OF AMERICAN VARIETIES OF
Comet Radish Comet Radish Item Id: 3330141 Description 25 days — Deep-globe shaped to round, with bright red skin and white flesh that stays firm and crisp in late spring. Best if used in the ¾ to one inch size range. A very early variety making it useful as a main crop as well as for mid-summer plantings. 'Comet' was an " Comet " winner in 1936. Each packet contains three grams, which is approximately 240 seeds.
Red Romaine Lettuce Red Romaine Lettuce Item Id: 3240241 Description (Romaine , Cos) 70 days — Considered a gourmet variety, 'Red Romaine' adds color and tartness to a tossed green salad. The leaf colors vary from green to deep red to bronze and which develop darker in cooler weather. Bred and introduced by the Dessert Seed Company, El Centro, California in 1950, reportedly from a selection of a variety originating from Africa. Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 500 to 600 seeds. Red
Red Mammoth Fodder Beet Red Mammoth Fodder Beet Item Id: 3040151 Description 95 to 120 day s — Although mangel or fodder beets have all but disappeared from modern agriculture, especially home gardening, they once held an important place in a typical farm plan. Like many old-time crops, they often found their way to their sower's table. At a younger age, they are quite suitable for this purpose. Left to reach maturity, they are lifted and stored and prove to be a valuable winter feed for livestock and
Pennlan Tobacco Plant Pennlan Tobacco Item Id: 1001191 Description Pennlan is a cigar filler variety with compact, beautiful, uniform, healthy plants. The leaves are short and oval in shape. It is resistant to tobacco mosaic and wildfire diseases, with moderate resistance to black root rot. Developed by the joint efforts of tobacco personnel from the Pennsylvania Agricultural Experiment Station and the U. S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service and released in 1977. USDA Nicotiana
German Giant Radish German Giant Radish Item Id: 3330091 Description 29 days — A round red radish with crisp, white and pungent flesh. Does not get woody or spongy and can be harvested from golf ball size on up. Each packet contains three grams, which is approximately 200 seeds. German Giant Customer Reviews Probably the perfect salad radish Where to begin? Excessive germination; if not used to radishes, don't over-plant or you will be doing a lot of thinning (I'm am and I did!) fast growing, truly giant,
Cylindra Beet Cylindra Beet Item Id: 3040011 Description Cylindra (aka Butter Slicer or Formanova 45 to 80 days — This Danish variety, as the name suggests, produces a beet that is elongated (six to eight inches) making it ideal for slicing. As a slicer, it produces many more uniform slices than globe shaped varieties. Sweet, tender, and smooth skinned with small, edible, reddish green tops. Each packet contains four grams which is approximately 200 seeds.
Tango Lettuce Tango Lettuce Item Id: 3240261 Description (Leaf -type ) 50 days — The leaves are extremely frilly and almost look like endive. The plants are attractive, uniform, and dark green in color. Leaves are tangy tender but hold up well to salad dressings. You can harvest and use young leaves in a "cut and come again" fashion or wait until they mature into tight, compact rosettes. Best if grown as a cool season crop as like many lettuce varieties, it can become bitter in hot weather. Each packet
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VICTORY GARDEN VICTORY GARDEN This package includes 76 packs of vegetable seeds and herb seeds. All seeds are non -hybrid . Details The VICTORY GARDEN package includes one pack each of: * (6 varieties): Black Turtle, Blue Lake Bush, Old Homestead Pole, Cherokee Wax and White Dixie Baby Butterbean Lima * BEETS ( 2 varieties): Chioggia and Early Wonder * BROCCOLI (1 variety): De Cicco * BRUSSELS SPROUT (1 variety): Long Island Improved * CABBAGE (2 varieties): Early Jersey Wakefield and Red Danish
Seeds for Your Fall / Winter Garden Keep your garden productive and your food as local as it gets! In the past, fall gardening was simply a normal part of a gardener's year and many old seed houses published fall garden catalogs in response. Perhaps out of necessity, people kept their gardens as productive as possible year-round. Preserving the summer's bounty became wintertime meals, but they had no supermarkets to run to for fresh produce. They relied on their gardens. Keeping your garden productive and