Zone 8 Brassicas:

Due to overnight temperatures forecasted this week at our central Pennsylvania greenhouse, we will have to move out the shipping date for your brassica plants to ensure their health on their shipping journey. Your brassica plants will now be shipping out beginning the week of 2/26/2023. We sincerely apologize for this delay. Fortunately, your brassicas can be planted as soon as you receive them this season and you can rest assured that they will thrive in your garden.

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How do I plant seedless watermelon?

Seedless watermelon does not produce pollen, so the packet includes a pollinator seed (a seeded variety) and both types must be planted  in order to get fruit. 

  • Plant one pollinator for every two seedless seeds
  • The pollinator will be the larger seed.
  • If you plant in hills plant 2 pollinators and 3 seedless.
  • If you plant in rows use planting method: Pollinator--Seedless--Seedless--Pollinator
  • Mark the pollinator because it will produce seeded fruit.

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