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Free Plant - Free plant, flower, bulbs

  • Potato

    HOW TO GROW A POTATO There are many, many varieties of potatoes, each with its own claim to fame: early, late; yellow, purple; roasters, fingerlings...

  • Urn Plant

    The urn plant naturally lives as an epiphyte on the branches of trees in its native Brazil. It roots into accumulated debris, reeds little support,...

  • Bean

    Phaseolus spp and Glycine max Warm-season annual Beans should be on everyone’s must-grow list: no supermarket bean can compare to the taste of homegrown, fresh-picked beans....

  • Leek

    Like other members of the Allium family, leeks have been a popular vegetable for hundreds of years, especially in winter months when other home-grown vegetables...

  • Alyssum

    Why It’s Special Alyssum’s pleasantly sweet fragrance attracts bees and butterflies. They are prolific bloomers, so much so that they often obscure the foliage beneath....

  • Angelica

    Angelica archangelica Apiaceae (Celery Family) Type: Biennial Height: 6 feet Site: Partial shade Soil: Moist Growing Zones: 3–9 In its first year of growth, angelica...

  • Broad beans

    Home-grown broad beans cooked and eaten soon after being picked are delicious, melting in your mouth – so unlike the tough ones found in some...

  • Blackcurrants

    During the past decade, blackcurrants have been somewhat eclipsed by the trendier, arguably more palatable, blueberry, but along with that sharp burst of flavour, blackcurrants...

  • Asparagus Pea

    A legume that is neither asparagus-like nor a pea, this cheerful garden vegetable may be considered esoteric by some but is an epicurean treat to...

  • Bush Beans

    Basics Bush beans are the speedsters of the legume world, providing a harvest just 45–50 days after sowing. But because bush beans provide all their...