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Home Plants Vegetables from late spring to early fall
Plant Type
Bloom Period
Bloom Period
  • from late spring to early fall
  • from late spring to early summer
  • from late spring to late summer
  • from late spring to mid summer
  • from mid spring to late summer
  • from mid spring to mid fall
  • in mid summer
Flower Color
Flower Color
Hardiness Zone
Edible Component
Edible Component
Edible Harvest Period
Edible Harvest Period
  • from early summer to early fall
  • from early summer to mid fall
  • from early to late fall
  • from early to late summer
  • from early to mid fall
  • from late spring to early fall
  • from late summer to early fall
  • from late summer to late fall
  • from late summer to mid fall
  • from mid spring to early fall
  • from mid spring to early summer
  • from mid summer to early fall
  • from mid summer to mid fall
  • from mid to late fall
  • from mid to late summer
Edible
Foliage Color
Height Descriptor
Height Descriptor
  • 10 inches
  • 12 inches
  • 14 inches
  • 15 inches
  • 16 inches
  • 18 inches
  • 20 inches
  • 24 inches
  • 26 inches
  • 28 inches
  • 3 feet
  • 30 inches
  • 32 inches
  • 4 feet
  • 5 feet
  • 6 feet
  • 7 feet
  • 8 inches
Plant Form
Plant Form
Soil Moisture
Spread Descriptor
Spread Descriptor
  • 10 inches
  • 12 inches
  • 16 inches
  • 18 inches
  • 20 inches
  • 24 inches
  • 3 feet
  • 30 inches
  • 32 inches
  • 4 feet
  • 4 inches
  • 5 feet
  • 6 inches
Sun Requirement

Annual Of The Week

Spring Pansies
Spring Pansies
Mar 27, '21

Pansies & Violas are extremely tough and resilient plants despite their beautiful and delicate appearance. Once acclimatized they are able to withstand freezing temperatures and are fully hardy.

Pansies generally...

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Houseplant Of The Week

Spring Bulbs - Tulips, Daffodils & Hyacinths!
Spring Bulbs - Tulips, Daffodils & Hyacinths!
Feb 3, '21

Spring bulbs truly appear to defy the laws of nature, bursting into life and producing an abundance of the most vibrant floral displays, and all this in seemingly no time...

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Item Of The Week

Spring Has Sprung Basket
Spring Has Sprung Basket
Apr 3, '21

Spring puts on a show!

Surprise someone with a bountiful basket of mixed potted plants. The colorful composition of spring plants features purple African violets, yellow Begonias, hot pink...

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Could there be anything better than picking a warm, sweet tomato in passing whilst meandering through the garden? Irrespective of skill level, all gardeners reap harvests, as nature is both forgiving and generous. One finds that even with just a few tomato plants one can have more tomatoes than one could possibly eat. But what better present to share with family and friends than one’s own home-grown produce?

Why Grow Your Own?

We are all familiar with the current modern-day challenges facing us when trying to lead a healthy lifestyle and purchase fresh produce:

  • Pesticide Contamination
  • Genetically Modified Organisms

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The Joy of Growing One’s Own

The one reason we have not mentioned, and yet perhaps the most important for many of you, is the sheer joy one receives from growing one’s own vegetables. It is extremely rewarding and fulfilling, as with all forms of gardening, regardless of what level it is practiced at.

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Simply Better Quality

At Pesche’s we believe in providing our customers with not only aesthetic plants, but also plants that are strong, healthy and resilient. Why? Because we know that ultimately this is the key factor to the success of any gardener.

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Our Guarantee to You

What sets us apart from other growers and suppliers? We ensure that our vegetables are:

  • Free of synthetic pesticides
  • Free of synthetic growth hormones

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Best Selection in Town

At Pesche’s we are proud to offer an extensive catalogue of vegetable varieties for our customers.

  • 70 varieties of tomatoes
  • 30 varieties of peppers

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