Growing heirloom tomatoes can be tricky. Use these ten tips from Johnny's research team to help you make growing heirloom tomatoes a success.
Learn 10 different ways to extend your season using protected cultivation, with quick tips and recommendations from Johnny's Selected Seeds.
Certificate for Awarding & Use of 'OK Compost' Conformity Mark
This luxe gown fashioned of florals from Johnny's cut-flower trial grounds is designed by our flower product manager, Hillary Alger, and modeled by our trial manager, Joy Longfellow, in a full embrace of the spirit of American Flowers Week.
We introduce you to a few of the growers we have the honor to serve, who in turn serve their communities by growing produce that keeps them vibrant and strong.
American Flowers Week promotes domestic flowers and foliage in the marketplace, inspiring professional and consumers alike. When flowers are seen as fashion, they ignite the imagination and stimulate new awareness of domestic floral agriculture and the art of floral design. Here's a glimpse into the process by which Johnny's flower team partnered with floral designer Rayne Grace Hoke on this interpretation of the late-summer gown — perfect couture for the flower harvest goddess.
OMRI Certificate for Apex Green Hydroloc Seed Treatment/Coating. Organic Materials Review Institute-listed as appropriate for use in certified-organic production.
Follow these instructions for growing globe artichokes (Cynara scolymus). Recommendations are provided for site selection, sowing and culture from seed, cold treatment (vernalization), and harvest.
We're here for you – get answers to your growing questions from the knowledgeable team of growers at Johnny's Selected Seeds.
Instructions for asparagus (Asparagus officinalis) production from crowns: You have received hardy, one-year-old asparagus crowns; if you cannot plant immediately, cover them with damp sphagnum moss or newspaper. Store crowns in a cool location out of direct sunlight (such as a refrigerator), but plant them as soon as possible for the best results. Do not expose the crowns to the drying sun or wind. Asparagus is a long-lived perennial that has been cultivated for thousands of years. The young spears, before they have turned woody, are the only portions of asparagus that are edible.
Take a closer look at beneficial insects, including some of the helpful roles of pollinators and natural enemies of crop pests. Includes a 5-step summary of how to establish a flowering insectary in your garden or on your farm, and a list of further reading, with links, for the curious.