Container Garden Collection
The most food from the smallest space--this selection also works in small garden plots. For several years, my only garden was in containers. I tried a LOT of veggies, and these are the ones I learned to depend on, meal after meal. Why no baby carrots, beets, or radishes? Because to use the food, you have to take out the whole plant. All of the plants I have chosen here can be harvested over and over.
The basic kit is made to be planted directly into your containers. It includes seed for lettuce, chard, edible-pod peas, snap beans, broccoli, and zucchini, along with instructions. After August 1, we will send hardy winter crops instead of the beans and zucchini. Contains 6 packets of seed.
The Intermediate kit has all of the above, plus two more: from January til April 30, it includes a tomato and a sweet pepper. (after that, you should buy a plant locally if you want tomatoes.) From May 1 until July 31, the additional two seeds are cucumber and melon. After August 1, we add more hardy winter crops.