Ferry-Morse, a garden brand in the Central Garden & Pet Company portfolio and home gardening seed packet company in the U.S., is welcoming beginner and expert gardeners alike to join in on the extended gardening season with new offerings in its Fall Plantlings Collection. With 20 new varieties of vegetable, herb, flower, succulent and indoor baby plants now available for delivery from the Ferry-Morse nursery directly to front doors, there’s something for everyone looking to flex their green thumb into the autumn months.
This season’s varieties are available through PlantingsPlus, the brand’s line of larger sized Plantlings. “Many gardeners – new and even experienced – may think that the end of summer means that they have to pause their favorite pastime until the warm weather returns,” said Rebecca Sears, Chief Gardening Guru for Ferry-Morse. “Whether you live in a warmer climate or bring your garden indoors, you can still enjoy gardening with our Fall Plantlings varieties. From fresh seasonal cool-weather crops like lettuce and cabbage, to low maintenance succulents and new mums that deliver all of the most beautiful fall colors, there’s something gardeners at any level can enjoy and extend the growing season.”
For those who want to fill their home with the flavors of fall, this season’s Plantlings include a variety of herbs that can be grown indoors or outdoors to add the perfect finishing touch to any dish.
Fall and winter holidays also call for side dishes – and what’s better than the ability to include nutritious vegetables straight from the garden? Mix together a vegetable medley with Lieutenant Broccoli, Snow Crown Cauliflower and Long Island Green Brussel Sprouts or toss up a salad made with freshly grown Scotch Blue Curled Kale. With Ferry-Morse Plantlings, every gathering can be made even more special with homegrown meals for all to enjoy.
Ferry-Morse’s Fall Plantlings Collection is available online now in packs of two and orders ship directly throughout North America through September 28 (or while supplies last).
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