May 19, 2010
Garden Series - Burpee Greenhouse Kit
About the company:
Burpee was founded in 1876 by seed pioneer W. Atlee Burpee. The company remains privately owned by George Ball, a third generation seedsman, who serves as chairman and CEO of W. Atlee Burpee & Co. and is past president of The American Horticultural Society. Today, Burpee is the largest, most progressive garden company in North America offering seeds, garden plants and gardening supplies through the company website (www.burpee.com), direct-mail catalogs and via retail garden centers nationwide. Burpee offers both heirloom and hybrid varieties, and is credited for introducing the world to numerous ornamental and edible breakthrough varieties during its 134 year history. Burpee's headquarters, display gardens and research farm are located in historic Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
They have many plant varieties to choose from - perrenials, annuals, bulbs, seeds, herbs, and also garden tools, and tips and suggestions for gardening. They even have garden-ready vegetable plants like tomato and pepper plants. It makes gardening that much easier and faster!
Burpee generously offered to send us a Greenhouse kit to get some of our seeds started before it was time to plant them outside. This greenhouse came with everything needed, besides the seeds themselves. Each cell came filled with growing pellets, which meant I did not have to get my hands dirty and clean up was a breeze. The Burpee labels, watering tray, germination cover and fertilizer all came in handy. I am one for convenience, and this definitely did the trick. Overall, I had about 90% of my seeds germinate, and considering we very curious kittens who were in this once or two, those are pretty good odds.
For more information check out their website: http://www.burpee.com/home.do
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