Vegetables

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September News

From Natureworks Email News on Sept. 6, 2017:   Another bulb that has just arrived is the very first shipment of organic hardneck seed garlic. It is NOT time to plant garlic yet, you need to wait until October at the earliest. BUT, every year we run out so it wouldn’t hurt to buy some now and store it in a cool place like your garage or cellar. I grow over 150 heads of organic garlic at home and bring in 30-40 heads to sell at Natureworks. I call it “Nancy’s garlic” as the labels have gotten a bit mixed up. I have a great crop this year. We also have one other variety (German White) with a LOT more to come in time for our How to Grow Garlic workshop in October.

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Starting in Spring, you can count on Natureworks for organically grown vegetable seedlings. In April, gorgeous flats of broccoli, cabbage, brussel sprouts, lettuces and other cool crops fill our benches. In the warmer season, we carry an enormous variety of organically grown tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, herbs and more. 

We love to stock unusual vegetable plants and herbs you can’t find anywhere else. We carry ginger, edible flowers, tumeric, husk cherries, and okra, just to name a few. 

We’re major fruit lovers and always have an assortment of blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, figs, elderberries and more for a variety of growing conditions (small and large)! 

This year, we’re excited to change things up by providing early notification when veggies arrive without the hassle of a pre-order. We’re here to help you become the best veggie gardener in your neighborhood.

If you need to reference our veggie descriptions from our spring offerings, CLICK HERE.

Click here to learn more about Vegetable Crop Timing.   More handouts can be found on our handouts web page, hop to it by clicking here.  If you like to learn by videos, many of our videos are short, just two or three minutes long, but you’ll learn so much. Here is the page showing the titles of the video clips we think you’ll enjoy.  CLICK HERE. There is no log in or registration required to view our YouTube videos.

Onions grown in a raised bed, harvested in August.

In August our onions are ready to harvest.

At Natureworks, we sell the organic fertilizers that we use and believe in.  You can find more about our offerings on Organic page, please click here.

If you need tomato cages for your tomato plants, during the planting season, we have them too.

 







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