Year-round Potager Garden Seed Set
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In the Potager Garden Seed Set you’ll find 13 different seeds to get your dream kitchen garden started—including radishes, arugula, eggplant, lettuce, peas, carrots, zucchini, tomato, green beans, melon, cucumber, and frisee. The 13th seed is a pretty nasturtium flower, to give your garden some color. The seed packets come in a muslin bag, along with 13 sturdy aluminum garden markers. The set also comes with 3 fold-out planting maps, illustrated by graphic designer Michael Schwab, each depicting a scheme for a small garden space for spring, summer, and fall. The other side of the planting maps have complete planting and harvesting instructions for that season. With some sunshine, a little rain, and a willingness to get your hands dirty, you’ll have something fresh and delicious to munch on from summer to winter.
- Kraft gift box
- 13 seed packets in a muslin bag
- 13 aluminum plant markers
- 3 illustrated seasonal planting maps with harvest and care instructions
Made of: Garden maps and instructions are paper; Plant markers are aluminum; Seed packets are: Roquette (arugula), ‘Merveille de Quatre Saison’ lettuce, Flamboyant radish, Vining nasturtiums, Petit Provencal pea, Paris Market Round carrot, Ronde de Nice zucchini, Longe de Violette eggplant, Marmande tomato, La Victoire haricot vert, Charentais melon, Verte Petit de Paris cucumber, and Fine Maraichere frisée.
Photography by Bobbi Lin and Rocky Luten
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La Vie Rustic creates products for backyard and urban gardeners, animal husbandmen and women, home cooks, and anyone, anywhere, who wishes to mindfully produce, cook, and care for their own food. Most of the products are created by a small team on a small farm in Northern California using techniques owner Georgeanne Brennan learned while living in Provence.View Full Profile
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