One of the most nutritious vegetables, Swiss chard contains powerful antioxidants that promote digestive, bone, heart and vision health! These carefree plants will produce tasty leaves from spring through fall.
There are few things in life as enjoyable as a perfectly ripe melon! One of the easiest ways to determine peak ripeness is to follow the vine back from the melon to the first tendril. Once that tendril dries up and turns brown, the melon is ready to harvest. For best success, give melons fertile soil and warm temperatures. Simply slice and eat or toss melon in a salad, blend into a smoothie or you can even try grilling! Full of powerful antioxidants and vitamins A and C.
Squash Vine Borer is a common problem among melons so we recommend Bulls-Eye™ Bioinsecticide. Bacterial Wilt is also a common disease of melons and is spread by cucumber beetles. We recommend Surround at Home® Crop Protectant Spray or our Super Light Insect Barrier.Back to Top