Ferry Morse Large Vegetable Garden

Ferry Morse Large Vegetable Garden

81dtYV5GrHL__SL1500_A large selection of garden vegetables. Grow your own beans, broccoli, cabbage, cantaloupe, carrots, corn, cucumbers, lettuce, okra, onions, peas, peppers, radishes, squash, zucchini, tomatoes and watermelon. Plenty to feed your family and varieties to meet everyone’s taste.

The Week-by-Week Vegetable Gardener’s Handbook:

Make the Most of Your Growing Season

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Knowing exactly when to start vegetable seeds indoors, transplant them into the ground, pinch off the blossoms, and pick for peak flavor is the secret to enjoying bountiful harvests all through the season. In Week-by-Week Vegetable Gardener’s Handbook, authors Ron and Jennifer Kujawski eliminate the guesswork with weekly to-do lists that break gardening down into easily manageable tasks.

Diatomaceous Earth Food Grade 10 Lb

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Control of hard shell insects (fleas, ticks, ants, roaches, beetles, bed bugs, etc); Will not harm earthworms. Elimination and prevention of worms and internal parasites without chemicals. Improved coat and hoof condition. Fewer flies due to preventing fly larvae from developing in manure. Safe for Human or Animal Consumption

Earthworm Castings

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Earthworm castings (1-0-0) are one of nature’s most abundant and effective fertilizers. A rich, odorless, all-natural organic product that is extremely cost-effective because you use just a little to achieve big results. Four sizes available. Strong customer recognition and loyalty.

3-Piece Softouch Garden Tool Set

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The Fiskars Softouch tools provide excellent comfort and durability to make digging, cultivating and transplanting in the garden a breeze. Each soft, contoured handle fits your hand naturally and encourages a neutral wrist position to help reduce hand stress and fatigue. The flat end pad of each handle also offers a smart way to generate more leverage than other garden tool. Softouch garden tools include a lifetime warranty.

Rain Wizard

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Sterling’s Rain Wizard 50 can collect and store up to 50 gallons of this precious rainwater resource and it will help you save money! The oak colored barrel is made from ultraviolet resistant polyethylene. It is resistant to rust, mold, and rotting and features a brass spigot for easy hose hookup. There’s even a debris and bug screen to keep your water clean! The Rain Wizard 50 is designed to be child and pet safe. The barrel is made in the U.S.A.

Compost Wizard Jr.

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Please welcome the 7 cubic foot Compost Wizard Jr. This little guy is the scaled down version of its 12 cubic foot kin. The Jr. holds 7 cubic feet of compost and sits on a wheeled base. The handles now provide better grip to make turning even easier. The 12-inch twist off lid keeps your compost safely closed off but is easy to remove and even doubles as an extra turning point.

Scarecrow Motion Activated Sprinkler

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The Contech Electronics Scarecrow Motion-Activated Sprinkler presents an innovative, humane way to keep pets and wildlife from disturbing your yard and garden without the use of complicated traps or potentially hazardous chemicals. The sprinkler combines a surprise spray of water with unexpected motion and noise to create a safe, effective deterrent to unwanted visitors, helping keep your garden looking its best.

Tiered Cedar Raised Garden Bed

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This raised garden bed frame assembles without any tools! Simply use a hand screw driver to install the decorative tops. Tiered design is perfect for deep rooted vegetables.

Mister Landscaper VEGETABLE GARDEN DRIP KIT

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The Vegetable Garden Drip Kit is perfect for any home vegetable garden! Efficiently watering your vegetable gardens has never been easier or more time efficient! Everything you need to water up to 100 linear feet of vegetables.

One thought on “Ferry Morse Large Vegetable Garden

  • March 4, 2017 at 6:59 am
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    The last time I tried to garden, I learned a painful lesson about hardening off my baby plants before putting them in their intended outdoor spots. Killed ’em all. Spent last year limiting myself to just tossing my store bought green onion roots into dirt. This year, I’m ready to try again. Wish me luck.

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