Rochester, NY, December 17, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Harris Seeds has published their 2017-2018 Vegetable & Cut Flower Growers Catalog. This 178-page, full color catalog features new vegetable seed varieties for 2018 as well as long-standing favorites for vegetable growers and cut flower growers nationwide.
New and exciting vegetables for 2018 include Citadel Cucumber (a pickling cucumber with intermediate resistance to Downy Mildew), Grandprize Squash (a high-quality yellow straightneck with an enhanced disease package), Secretariat Pumpkin (offering one of the largest handles available), and many more.
Harris Seeds also now offers the full line of Quality Elite sweet corn from Harris Moran, varieties that continue to provide some of the best tasting, highest quality sweet corn available on the market today. Other highlights from the Harris Moran breeding program include Orange Sunrise Pumpkin, Skyhawk Pepper, Luna Broccoli, Aldrin Bean, Nicole Sweet Corn and many other outstanding varieties. These superior varieties offer you the desired traits and characteristics to produce healthy crops, attractive produce and increased sales!
The Harris Seeds Organic brand was recently created to support the growing initiatives of organic and sustainable growers. An expanded line of organic and untreated seed varieties is available in this catalog. For a full listing of organic seed, request the 2017-2018 Harris Seeds Organic Catalog.
For growers who produce cut flowers, there is a wide selection of seed grown staples like zinnias and sunflowers. New cut flower varieties like Neo Celosia, Giant Imperial Mix Larkspur, Pro Cut White Nite Sunflower, Zinderella Purple Zinnia and Flare White Ornamental Kale are exciting additions to this ornamental seed product line.
In addition to vegetable seeds and flower seeds, Harris Seeds carries Gladiolus, Dahlia and Lily bulbs for cut flowers; 51 Strip vegetable transplants; onion transplants; onion sets, garlic and seed potatoes; bare root asparagus and rhubarb; hops; many bare root fruit and berry plants (strawberries, raspberries, grapes, blueberries and more); and new for 2018: sweet potato transplants.
Rounding out their product line, Harris Seeds carries a wide selection of high quality growing supplies for seed starting, plant protection, watering, harvesting, merchandising, and more so that growers can be as successful as possible in the field and greenhouse.
All products can be found on the Harris Seeds website at www.harrisseeds.com. Growers can request a catalog online or call (800) 544-7938.