Parks Anniversary Vegetable Garden Collection

Park's Anniversary Vegetable Garden Collection

Everything You Need to Start Your Veggie Garden!


65 days. Indeterminate (keeps bearing all season). America's favorite tomato for the home garden! This indeterminate plant is renowned for its vigor, ease of growth, and disease resistance, but we love it because the fruit is so yummy! Big red fruits reach 4 inches in diameter, resist cracking, and arise very generously all summer long. Pkt is 30 seeds.
Seeds
Item # 26130
Available to ship.
$59.60

Whether you're just beginning your first veggie garden or are a seasoned pro in the garden, you'll love the convenience and success of starting seeds the Bio Dome way. This seed-starting system is the most popular in America for the simple reason that it saves you countless seeds by eliminating thinning and double-sowing. Seedlings grow up quick and strong, and transplanting is a snap. So in this collection you get the original 60-cell Bio Dome, plus 8 vegetable seed packets to help you grow the garden of a lifetime!

Issued to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Park Seed Company, this collection is the most economical we have ever offered. You get 8 of the best vegetable varieties, specially chosen for their ease of growth and big yields (not to mention flavor!). And you can re-use the Bio Dome endlessly, simply replacing the Bio Sponges in which the seedlings are grown.

Using the Bio Dome is a snap -- in fact, it's so easy that it's perfect for children and those with accessibility or mobility issues. Just place one seed in the pre-drilled hole in each bio-sponge, pour a little water into the bottom of the tray, and cover with the clear plastic dome. Now all you have to do is wait 'til the seedlings emerge!

Here 's how to sow seed in the Bio Dome: there are 60 planting cells, each with a pre-drilled hole. Drop just one seed into each hole, and bottom-water the tray so the Bio Sponge can wick up the water from the base as it is needed.

When the seedlings have at least 2 sets of true leaves (the first 2 "leaves" are actually cotyledons and will wither and fall off; don't be alarmed!), they're ready to be transplanted into your garden. But don't go by the calendar -- use the weather forecast and your own good judgment! You'll want to wait until all trace of frost is past. Then you can plant the veggies in their new home and begin the exciting process of watching them grow, flower, and finally set fruit!

Vegetable gardening is easy, fun, and so rewarding. Share the gift of homegrown goodness with someone special! Give them Park's Anniversary Vegetable Garden Collection, and make gardening a joint project!

In this collection you get 8 varieties (it was supposed to be 7, but we couldn't resist throwing in a free packet of Park's Whopper Tomato, because nobody should be without that yummy variety!). Have fun trying out some newcomers and filling the sunny summer garden with growing goodness!

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