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Harvest is a joyful time of the season; from the first blushing radishes you pull up to the fattening ears of corn perched on tall stalks of green. However, it can also be a busy and sometimes overwhelming time when everything seems to be ripening and demanding your attention at the same time. Organise work bee parties and line up your family members and friends to help pick in the garden and cook and can in the kitchen. Be ready for a full afternoon of hard work with these handy tools below.
Swedish design brings us these clever devices with pliable combs that separate and detach small berries such as blueberries or blackberries from the stems of plants. The harvested berries fall into a small scoop for easy transfer to a bowl or bucket. The larger size has a wire comb, and the smaller, children's size has a plastic comb. Save time with blueberries! The Child's size is 15.5cm tall and 10cm wide while the adult size is 22cm tall and 14cm wide.
This sharp, stubby blade is curved and very strong with a thick wood handle. It is choice for cutting and trimming broccoli and other coles. The blade is 18cm long.
These traditional, natural storage bags are ideal for all your storage needs. When rolled out flat these bags are 80cm long x 45 cm wide.
Longer than the broccoli knife, and slightly more flexible, this all-purpose knife will do lighter harvest jobs with ease. Specially designed for cutting thick stems near the ground, where they might be hidden by leaves. The blade is 15cm long.
Keep your seeds nice and dry by enclosing a simple desiccant packet inside your seed saving box or bag. They will draw up the tiniest amount of moisture and prevent any humidity from harming your dormant seeds. These are available in small 3x4cm packs of 25 or 250; or as large, single 12x15cm packets.
High quality purple tubular netting. This netting meaures out at 60' which makes it the ideal item for all of your garlic harvesting and storage needs.
These specialized envelopes are manufactured for stamp collectors. We have found them exceptionally good for housing very fine seeds like Lobelia or Thyme. They can be tucked inside the larger blank envelopes (VSEED25) for safe storage.
Commercial lettuce growers use these knives worlwide. The forward edge is used to sever the head from the root, while the bottom edge is used for trimming. Good for cauliflower and cabbage too.
Ideal for storing and shipping many many vegetables and fruits, these bags are especially good for your onions, carrots and potaotes.
You can hold approx. 10 lbs of vegetables in the small bag. 25 lbs in the larger one.
ZHG186A Nylon Mesh Bags, 18" x 12" holds 10 lbs onions each,10 bags per bundle
ZHG186B Nylon Mesh Bags, 18" x 18" holds 25lbs of onions each,10 bags per bundle
West Coast Seeds' standard craft paper seed envelopes measure 8 x 13cm (3¼ x 5"). The corners fold over as you close each one to prevent leakage - for even the tiniest seeds. And the gummy glued flap is re-sealable, giving each envelope a longer life. Printed with a space for seed name and date, or blank in bulk size.
This metal box is designed to keep the packets upright and in order for easy access. At the end of the season, just pack your seeds away from any obvious heat source. Includes alphabetical dividers and blank seed envelopes. 28 x 20 x 16cm.
Save your vegetable, herb, and flower seeds for planting in the future with our new Seed Saving Kit. It's easy, economical, and rewarding to save seeds for planting, trading, or giving as gifts. This kit contains twenty re-sealable paper seed envelopes with space to print the seed name, harvest date, and other details; ten vellum envelopes for very fine seeds; three 6 x 9" zip-top plastic storage bags; three desiccant packets to keep your seeds dry; a full-colour instruction booklet and resource list to learn more about seed saving; and a handsome cotton bag to store everything in. Once your seeds are harvested, cleaned, and thoroughly dry, store them inside the seed envelopes and label them clearly for identification. Then tuck the seed envelopes plus one dessicant packet inside the plastic zip-top bag. Tuck this inside of the cotton storage bag, and hang it in your clothes closet where it can remain cool, dry, and away from bright light. Most seeds will remain viable for 3-5 years.