September 8, 2017
39 New Vegetables and Herbs for 2018
New vegetable and herb introductions for 2017 offer unique shaped fruits, distinctive foliage, intense flavors, improved disease resistance, high yields, and more. Here are 39 new vegetable and herb varieties to consider for your product mix in 2018.
How to Choose Greenhouse Vegetables That Will Captivate Your Customers
Here’s what you need to know to be successful in selecting and merchandising greenhouse vegetables for fresh produce.
Your Best Greenhouse is Your Best Bet for Growing Vegetables
It doesn’t matter if it’s a retrofitted greenhouse or brand new freestanding high tunnel, the type of structure you use for your vegetable growing makes all the difference in the quality of the crop you grow.
Sponsor Content
Take 2 Combos Are Hardworking Containers for Small-Space Gardens
Take 2 is an ideal space saver for customers who want to grow fresh vegetables in a smaller footprint. Growing two tomatoes or two pepper plants in one pot means home gardeners can enjoy double the harvest – getting twice the flavor from half the space! Take 2 recipes have been tested and proven to work well together in large containers. NEW For 2018 are Blockbuster (shown) and Director’s Cut.
Choose Burpee Collections to Fit Your Customers’ Lifestyles
A known and trusted brand for over 140 years, Burpee is the leader in providing top-rated vegetables that meet the needs of today’s consumer. No matter where, why or how they garden, there’s a Burpee Collection to fit their lifestyle: Foodie Fresh, Space Savers, Amazing, BOOST. Each contains a flavorful list of options to grow your own food and is backed by ongoing gardener support all season long.

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