Packet size: 3 ¼" x 4 ½"
This variety produces lots of tasty fruit! You will be enjoying the sweet, excellent flavor throughout the winter months because it keeps so well! Awesome!
After danger of frost has past plant seeds 1/2 inch deep in prepared garden bed or hills. Thin to 18" apart. Can also be started inside 3-4 weeks before last frost date. Produces fruits on a compact bush plant so it's great for limited space or raised bed gardens.
- Lifecycle: annual (vegetable)
- Time to Maturity: about 3 months
- Sun Requirement: sun
- Spacing: 18" apart
- Depth: 1/2 inch
- 30-40 Seeds Per Packet
- Seeds/Oz: 375
- Ideal Germination Temperature: 80F
- Sowing Method: Direct
- Heirloom Year: 1913
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