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Updated 5/29/17
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Kristen Jas Vietty / kristen@lunariagardens.com / 267-251-6532 / Philadelphia, PA
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lunariagardens.com
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Availability and pricing is subject to change. Sometimes we don't list limited stock. For inquiries, contact kristen@lunariagardens.com
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Customized plant assortments and cut flower subscriptions available at lunariagardens.com
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Pickup available from nursery in Roxborough-Manayunk, or select drop-off locations. Inquire about delivery options.
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Frost-tolerant herbs and edibles
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Varietyperennial?sizespricenotesestimated ready date
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Agastache/ anise hyssop 'Arcado Pink'deep quart$5.00Native perennial in mint family, but with upright, non-agressive habit. Foliage and flowers have licoricey flavor, used in teas, cocktails, as spice. Pink flowers attract pollinators.
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Arugulaself seeds2.5"$3.00
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Cabbage, 'Red Express'biennialplug$1.00Besides great taste, this is a very ornamental edible.
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Calendula, Triangle Flashbackshort-lived perennial2.5"$3.00
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Chamomile, German (Matricaria chamomilla)2.5"$3.00
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Cilantroself seeds2.5"$3.0012-18" Sun-light shade, avg soil moisture. Despite its relationship with Southeast Asian and Latin cuisine, this plant thrives in cool weather. Optimal harvests before bloom spike appears (triggered by heat or drought), after which the flavor changes. Let seed stalks mature for coriander, or let self-seed.
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Dillself seeds prolifically2.5"$3.00Can reach 4'H x 8"W. Sun, avg soil moisture. Harvest as an herb, then, with hot weather, enjoy the yellow flower umbel. Use blooms for pickles or leave for beneficial insects. Host plant for swallowtail butterfly. Let flowers mature and plant will self-seed for continuous harvests.
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Fennel, Bronzeself seedsplug$1.00Very ornamental edible. Yellow flowers attract pollinators, followed by edible seeds for Indian cuisine. Host plant for swallowtail butterfly.
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Kale, Scarletbiennial2.5"$3.00Can reach 3'H x 2'W, Sun, avg soil moisture. Enjoy raw or cooked. Harvest bottom-most leaves throughout season (no more than 1/3 at once). Will overwinter and create stem and flower buds in early spring next year. These can be eaten like its siblings, brussels sprouts and brocolli. (Plants can be susceptible to cabbage moth larvae, especially when stressed. Either hand pick, or apply mesh row cover to exclude moths from egg laying).
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Lavender, English Dwarf Blue2.5"$3.0010-15", Full sun, avg soil. Purple summer flowers attract butterflies. Use in tea, cleaning products, cosmetics, cocktails, smoking and incense blends, or as an herbal flavor in fruit or baked dishes.
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Lavender, English, Munstead2.5"$3.002', Full sun, avg soil. Purple summer flowers attract butterflies. Use in tea, cleaning products, cosmetics, cocktails, smoking and incense blends, or as an herbal flavor in fruit or baked dishes.
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Lavender, Spanish, Kew Red2.5"$3.001-2', Full sun, avg soil. These Spanish-type blooms are a gorgeous magenta/ orchid pink - unlike any other lavender. Use in tea, cleaning products, cosmetics, cocktails, smoking and incense blends, or as an herbal flavor in fruit or baked dishes.
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Mint, peppermint2.5"$3.00
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Mint, spearmint, Kentucky Colonel2.5"$3.00
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Oregano (Origanum vulgare)2.5"$3.00Sun or pt shade, perennial, drought tolerant, light pink blooms in summer attract pollinators. Spreads, but not aggressively, to form attractive 2' groundcover. Good for containers.
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Oregano, Syrian/ Bible Hyssop/ Zataar (O. syriacum)
2.5"$3.00Sun or pt shade, perennial, drought tolerant, light pink blooms in summer attract pollinators. Spreads, but not aggressively, to form attractive 2' groundcover. Good for containers.
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Rosemary, upright2.5"$3.00
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4"$7.00On sale for $5
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Sorrel, garden2.5"$3.00
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Strawberries, Alpine, 'Atilla'2.5"$3.00
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Strawberries, Alpine, 'Rugen Improved'2.5"$3.00Fragaria vesca
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Strawberries, Alpine, 'Temptation'2.5"$3.00Fragaria anassa
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Tarragon, French (Artemisia drancunculus)2.5"$3.00
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Thyme, variegatedhalf-hardy2.5"$3.00
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Frost-tender herbs and edibles
All treated as annuals unless otherwise noted
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Variety (bold = organic)sizespriceNotes, interesting details
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Basil, Thai Siam Queenplug$1.00Highly ornamental, 2-3' H plant, with striking purple stems and flowers. Strong flavors of clove and licorice, used in Thai cuisine, or paired with fruit, desserts, or steeped in teas, lemonade, or cocktails.
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Cucumber, Pic A Busheldeep 4"$5.00
A semi-bush type (2-3') yielding 10-20 cukes per plant. Disease resistant and good for container culture.
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Pepper, hot, Jalapeño
deep 4"/ quart
$5.00
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Pepper, sweet, Better Belle
deep 4"/ quart
$5.00Classic, improved bell pepper
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Pepper, sweet, Mohawk
deep 4"/ quart
$5.00
A compact, patio variety, reaching no more than 10" in size. Bell peppers ripen to orange.
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Squash, Butternutdeep 4"$5.00
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Squash, Delicatadeep 4"$5.00
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Squash, green zucchinideep 4"$5.00
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Tomato, cherry, Sungoldplug$5.00
Candy-sweet, golden orange cherry tomatoes on disease resistant plants. An extremely popular variety.
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Tomato, compact cherry, Sweet n Neat Scarlet
plug$4.00A miniature cherry tomato, reaching only 12-15" in height, with an upright habit. Can be kept in a 1 gal pot!
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Tomato, heirloom marriage, Genuwineplug$4.00An "heirloom marriage" of Costolutto Genovese and Brandywine. Large, red fruits feature highly-ornamental fluting.This cross maintains the rich, heirloom flavor, but with improved yields and disease resistance.
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Tomato, patio, Big League F1plug$4.00A patio tomato producing the largest fruit of any other on the market. Plants only reach 4' tall, but produce red, 14-21 ounce, beefsteak-type fruits. Determinate.
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Tomato, patio, Megabiteplug$5.00A compact patio tomato for large containers, producing medium sized, red slicers. The first full-size tomato suitable for container culture.
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Tomato, slicer, Better Boy
deep 4"/ quart
$5.00
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2.5"$3.00
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Tomato, trailing cherry, Rambling Red Stripeplug$1.00A trailing cherry tomato suitable for cascading out of containers or large hanging baskets. Fruit is bronze-red with green striping.
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Tomato, trailing cherry, Red Profusion F1plug$1.00
A trailing, red cherry tomato suitable for cascading out of containers or large hanging baskets.
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Zucchini, greendeep 4"$5.00
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US Natives
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VarietysizespriceNotes, interesting details
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Agastache/ anise hyssop 'Arcado Pink'deep quart$5.00Native perennial in mint family, but with upright, non-agressive habit. Foliage and flowers have licoricey flavor, used in teas, cocktails, as spice. Pink flowers attract pollinators.
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Aronia melanocarpa2 gallon$25.00
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Ornamentals/ Medicinals/ Cut Flower Crops
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Agrostemma, Milas Mixedplug$1.00
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Dusty Miller, New Lookplug$1.00
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Lisianthus, Echo Whiteplug$1.00http://lovenfreshflowers.com/five-tricks-to-growing-fantastic-field-lisianthus-2/
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Lisianthus, Mariachi yellowplug$1.00http://lovenfreshflowers.com/five-tricks-to-growing-fantastic-field-lisianthus-2/
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Orlaya, white laceplug$1.00
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Willow, curly
deep tree pot
$15.00
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Tropicals/ Houseplants
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Tropicals: Inquire for availability and pricing
✓, frost-tender
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Availability and pricing is subject to change. Sometimes we don't list limited stock. For inquiries, contact kristen@lunariagardens.com
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Customized plant assortments and cut flower subscriptions available at lunariagardens.com
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Pickup available from nursery in Roxborough-Manayunk, or select retail locations. Inquire about delivery options.
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