Featured Recommended for Summer Planting for Fall Harvest
Recommended for Summer Planting for Fall Harvest
Recommended for Summer Planting for Fall Harvest
Smartly-planned summer planting yields a bounty of fall harvest vegetables, flowers, and herbs for your market stand, kitchen table, or root cellar. Johnny’s recommends the following varieties to extend your harvest window into the fall.
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Highest quality Chioggia strain available.
Improved strain of Chioggia.
55 Days
Edible flower with mild cucumber flavor attracts bees and butterflies.
Edible flower with mild cucumber flavor.
50 - 60 Days
Early, profuse bloomers.
Early, profuse bloomers.
60 - 70 Days
Most adaptable butterhead with excellent flavor and texture.
Most adaptable butterhead. Conventional seed with NOP-compliant pelleting.
47 Days
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Katz Formula Mix Stock
Versatile single stems, very uniform in bloom time and stem length.
Versatile single-stem stock.
90 - 100 Days
For one-cut or traditional harvest.
For one-cut harvest.
55 Days
Vigorous broccoli with the best cold tolerance for fall and winter.
Best cold tolerance for fall and winter production.
63 Days
Ten days earlier to bloom than the standard Sunrich Series.
Ten days earlier to bloom than the standard Sunrich Series.
50 - 60 Days
Heat-tolerant romaine for long, uniform hearts with good flavor.
Heat-tolerant romaine for hearts. Conventional seed with NOP-compliant pelleting.
58 Days
Slender "pencil carrots" top-rated for flavor among early varieties.
Slender "pencil carrots."
36 baby; 54 full size
Uniform, slender leaves ideal for fresh use.
Uniform, slender leaves for fresh use.
75 - 85 Days
Best mini variety with light, sweet taste, attractive yellow interior.
Best mini variety.
48 Days
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KN-Bravo Daikon Radishes
Attractive purple roots with sweet flavor and good eating quality.
Sweet-flavored, attractive purple roots.
49 Days
The standard green Swiss chard, savoyed leaves, white stems and veins.
The standard green Swiss chard.
25 baby; 50 bunching
Flavorful single variety with color variability and uniform maturity.
A blend of colors in one variety.
67 Days
Wild arugula variety popular with chefs; also known as 'Wild Rocket.'
Wild arugula.
35 baby; 50 full size
Unique, 1 1/2 - 2" flowers, named for the famous Dutch Delft blue pottery.
Unique, 1½ - 2" flowers.
65-70 for flowers; 80-85 for pods
Beautiful, bright-yellow flesh that keeps its color when cooked.
Beautiful, bright-yellow flesh. Conventional seed with NOP-compliant pelleting.
55 Days
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