Latin Name: Citrullus Lanatus
Dark green with lush red flesh to 25cm diam and 6kg. Early maturing and perfect for hot summer days.
Watermelons require warm temperatures and long growing seasons.Watermelon vines are very tender and should not be transplanted until all danger of frost has passed. Theyprefer a soil pH between 6 and 6.8 andlike loamy, well-drained soil.Water at the vine's base in the morning, avoid overhead watering andwetting the leaves, take note to reduce watering once fruit are growing. Dry weather produces the sweetest melon.As the fruit ripens, prevent rotting by lifting it and putting some cardboard or straw between the fruit and the soil.
Latin Name:Solanum Lycopersicum L.
Open pollinated variety producing many small fruits of 20-30g each - 'pomodorini'. Oblong 'plum' sytle cherry. Bush, so ideal for containers and balconies too.View full product details
Latin Name:Brassica oleracea
Cavolo Laciniato-Nero Di Toscana Precoce-Curly Kale
Classic Tuscan Kale. Grows very well in tropical Singapore. Tested on rooftop farm. Large curly leaves.
Approximately 1500 seeds.View full product details
ClassicåÊvariety of basil. Large plant with dark green leaves. Often used for sauces and pestos.
Thrives in tropical weather. Very easy to germinate and grow. Shade cloth recommended to shield from afternoon sun.View full product details
Latin Name: Ipomea Coccinea L.
This climbing, vine plant flowers with bell shaped flowers fading to a white core. Ideal for balconies, pergola's and wall covering.
In general morning glories handle heat & humidity pretty well. Flowering in the (wait for it...) morning, these flowers are short-lived but re-grow frequently. Do be prepared to sweep the ground often!
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