Johnny's R&D melon expert Steve Bellavia explains how to tell when your 'Lambkin' Piel de Sapo melon is nearing harvest readiness, and a couple of harvesting options to suit your needs and preferences.
Johnny's melon expert, Steve Bellavia demonstrates how to tell when your Charentais-type French melons are ready to be harvested from the field.
Hillary Alger, Flower Product Manager at Johnny's Selected Seeds, presents a tutorial for designing a simple, professional-quality bouquet with focal, spike, and filler flowers.
Tips and recommendations from Johnny's Flower Trialing Technician on designing your sunflower plantings for the size of sunflower you desire, as well as optimal efficiency, quality, and yield.
John R Clark, PhD, cane fruit breeder and Professor of Horticulture at the University of Arkansas, describes the world's first thornless blackberry variety that flowers and fruits on 1st-year canes. Prime-Ark Freedom, released by UA's Division of Agriculture, features exceptionally large, exceptionally early, flavorful berries in abundance.
Here's a clip of the whipping winter winds faced most winters at The Gardener's Workshop, Lisa Mason Ziegler's Zone 7 flower garden, where she farms intensively and organically on about 1½ cultivated acres of open field, producing 10,000-15,000 stems a week in season (mid-April to mid-November).
In the sunflower trial at Johnny’s, ProCut 'Orange Excel' produced professional-quality blooms at just 50–55 days from sowing — 5–7 days earlier than standard ProCut 'Orange.' For first-to-market, professional-quality sunflowers, we encourage you to try ProCut 'Orange Excel.'
'Teddy' is a unique and versatile dill variety, well-suited for either field or container/pot production. Productive, slow-to-bolt plants have a unique, dense, three-dimensional form, with compact spirals of thick leaflets of flavorful, aromatic dill. 'Teddy' is fast-growing, productive, and both compact enough for container or pot production as well as vigorous enough for field production.
Looking for a compact Genovese basil variety to try this year? 'Everleaf' offers: a) Disease resistance; b) Compact habit, with short spaces between leaves and branches — perfect for live plant and container production, or for extended harvest in the field or garden; c) High productivity, despite a small stature; d) Attractive, cupped leaves with a traditional asil flavor and aroma; and e) last but not least, plants that are slower to bolt than most varieties, by up to 8 weeks, lengthening the harvest window for top-quality leaves. Learn more by watching our video!
Better-choice mechanics and techniques for foam-free floristry with Tobey Nelson, with ecofriendly tips and advice for flower farmers, shop and event florists.
Bring professional-quality blooms from field to market with the Procona System from Johnny's. Tools & Supplies Product Manager Jen Goff provides a quick tutorial on this durable, economical, versatile, and recyclable system.
A selection of long-stemmed, single- and double-flowering Narcissus varieties with early maturity and complementary colors.