Vigorous, self-branching cascading antirrhinums in seven delightful colors, adding a different look to baskets, containers and Flower Pouches™. Germination: 10-21 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil. Trailing.
(Physalis franchetii) This lovely 2-foot perennial produces pretty seed pods, which are bright red-orange and look like glowing Chinese lanterns. Great as a fresh cut flower or dried for craft projects. So popular at farmers' markets, as every one just loves these. This variety is extra large and the berries inside the husk are edible when fully ripe; cook similar to a regular ground cherry. Fun to grow.
In Massachusetts I use to see lots of Packman broccoli pre-started plants available at local nurseries but this year do not see any. We liked this variety since it produces lots of side shoots. It may be too late for this year to grow from seeds but what pre-started varieties could I select which has the same side shoot production as Packman.