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  • Garden Planner

    Garden Planner

    If you’re new to gardening, or if you’re tired of trying to calculate your growing seasons, the Irish Eyes Garden Planner is just what you need. The Irish Eyes Garden Planner allows you to figure out when to plant, grow and harvest many popular garden favorites. The Irish Eyes Planner has dates for the following varieties: Onion Sets, Peas, Spinach, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Radish/Turnip, Beets, Potatoes, Broccoli, Leaf Lettuce, Carrots, Chard, Green Beans - Bush, Sweet Corn, Cucumbers, Summer Squash, Melons, Peppers, Tomatoes, Okra and Pumpkins.
    $2.50
  • HALES BEST JUMBO MELON* ORGANIC HEIRLOOM

    HALES BEST JUMBO MELON* ORGANIC HEIRLOOM

    Drought resistant plants that produce 4-5 pound fruit with thick, sweet salmon colored flesh. An old time favorite introduced in 1923.
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  • EDENS GEM MELONS *Organic

    EDENS GEM MELONS *Organic

    75 Day

    Early maturing muskmelon developed in 1905 at Rocky Ford, CO. Author of Melons for the Passionate Grower claims this is one of her all time favorites. This softball sized melon with green flesh averages 1 lb. Netted outer covering with a spicy flavor. Nice change from your typical muskmelon.
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  • EARLY SILVERLINE MELON *Organic

    EARLY SILVERLINE MELON *Organic

    75 day

    Very high yielding early variety. Small 1-2 lb fruits. When ripe has a yellow skin with stripes. Unique white crisp flesh that tastes more like a pear than a muskmelon, refreshingly sweet. Small compact vines.
    Price From: $3.15
  • EARLY MOONBEAM WATERMELON *Organic

    EARLY MOONBEAM WATERMELON *Organic

    80 Days - Heirloom

    Excellent personal sized melon with light green skin and stripes. Very sweet and flavorful yellow flesh. Melons typically 5-8 lbs. Good Northern climate watermelon.
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  • DELICIOUS 51 MELON*Organic

    DELICIOUS 51 MELON*Organic

    69 Days


    Cornell\'s new powdery mildew resistant version of Henry Mungers famous OP melon. Early strain of 3-5 lb fruits. round-oval well netted and slightly ribbed. Salmon orange flesh with a small seed cavity. Northern adapted, excellent home garden and market melon. Voted best tasting melon at Wild Garden Seed.
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  • CRIMSON SWEET WATERMELON - Organic

    CRIMSON SWEET WATERMELON - Organic

    88 Days.
    Green fruit w/ dark green stripes. Blocky 12" x 10" & 25 lb. Bright red flesh, high sugar content, few small seeds. Indoors 2-3 wks before last frost. Plant in pots 1/2" deep. Plant after last frost, 2' apart in rows 5' or direct seed after frost, 3/ft. PKT (35 Seeds)
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  • CREAM OF SASKATCHEWAN WATERMELON * Organic

    CREAM OF SASKATCHEWAN WATERMELON * Organic

    82 days

    Grows vigorously during early summer, producing lovely 14 inch green-striped, round melons by August. This heirloom has creamy-white flesh and a rich, fragrant, old-fashioned watermelon flavor. Delightfully sweet! These melons crack with a loud report when they are dropped even lightly.



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    Heirloom variety

    Open Pollinated
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  • BLACKTAIL MOUNTAIN *Organic

    BLACKTAIL MOUNTAIN *Organic

    65 Days


    Developed for a short season areas. Round fruits, dark green rind with faint stripes and orange-red flesh. 6-10 lb with small brown seeds with a
    blacktail. Thrives in the northern gardens but does well anywhere. Earliest watermelon we have trialed. Awesome flavor.
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  • HEARTS OF GOLD MELON - Organic

    HEARTS OF GOLD MELON - Organic

    90 Days

    Aromatic, sweet orange flesh. Small cavity, 3-4 lb. Heavily netted, medium ribbing, very productive. Sow indoors 2-3 wks before last frost, 1/2" deep. Set out after last frost, 2' apart in rows 5' apart or direct seed after frost, 3/ft. Thin to 2' apart. PKT (35 Seeds)
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  • HONEY ROCK  MELON*Organic * Heirloom

    HONEY ROCK MELON*Organic * Heirloom

    74 Days


    Gray-green skin, coarse open netting and ribbing. 3-4 lbs melons have thick sweet deep salmon flesh. Vigorous, resistant to FW,5-7 melons per plant. Bread for Northern US and Southern Canada. Sweet juicy flavor.
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  • MINNESOTA MIDGET MELON* Organic

    MINNESOTA MIDGET MELON* Organic

    60 days

    Well adapted strain of this popular 4 inch, orange-fleshed melon. Vines are only 3-4 feet long, and sugar content is high. A good example of good things that come in small packages.



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    Heirloom variety

    Open Pollinated



    Disease resistances:


    Fusarium Wilt
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  • JIFFY 7 PEAT PELLETS

    JIFFY 7 PEAT PELLETS

    Nifty little pellets that puff up in water. Great for melon and squash family starts; eliminates transplanting shock. Peel off plastic cover when transplanting. Buy 20 or more for $.12 each (10 pellets = ¼ lb) $.20 each, minimum order of 10.
    $2.00
  • DEWITT SUNBELT WEED MAT 6'X6'

    DEWITT SUNBELT WEED MAT 6'X6'

    Use to insure that warm season crops like melons and tomatoes mature and to control anticipated weed problems. Durable woven polypropylene fabric warms the soil and keeps the weeds out. Works well with drip and overhead irrigation. Fabric allows air and water through but slows evaporation. Decreases maintenance needed for annual or perennial plantings in gardening and landscaping. Lasts for many seasons.
    $5.50
  • BLACK MELON MULCH

    BLACK MELON MULCH

    Can\'t grow melons? Use this Black melon mulch and Greg\'s Melon tricks to increase your success. First prepare your soil where you are going to lay the mulch. Once you have rototiled your fertilizer into your soil: I suggest 5 lbs of Blood meal and 5 lbs of greensand or 5 lbs kelp meal. Then stake down a soaker hose down the center of the bed using U shaped metal stakes to hold in place. Cover with the black melon mulch, stake it down with the metal stakes and you are ready to plant. After your plants have six leaves cut a small slit, about 4\" every two feet down the center along the soaker hose and plant your transplants. To really get a jump on things you can use solar umbrellas, walls of water or cut the bottoms out of 1 gal plastic milk jugs for cool nights. During the growing season I spray neptunes fish and seaweed 1oz per gallon every 10 days. The melon mulch keeps the ground warm and also warms the water to keep the melons growing fast. Use Fastbreak or any early melon. There is nothing as sweet as a vine ripe melon. We live a 2500' with only 85 frost free days with cool nights and had 63 cantalopes and 36 watermelons using this method in 2005.
    $19.95

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