Echinacea coneflowers last for months, from the middle of June through September. It’s just starting to grow and “is going to be twice as big before the season’s end,” says Tony Russo from Russo’s in Watertown, Massachusetts. This plant is covered with blooms and the bees love it, too.
Blueberry pie from Russo’s is made from Maine blueberries and is the best way to "help celebrate the Fourth!" according to Tony Russo from Russo’s in Watertown, Massachusetts. We have strawberry rhubarb pie with fresh and local ingredients as well.
Here is our latest shipment of white tomatoes and Berkeley Pink Tie-Dye tomatoes, grown from Johnny’s Selected Seeds in Maine. “The white ones are a favorite because of their sweetness and consistency!” says Jim Buckle of Buckle Farm.
Our patio planters from Sudbury, MA are humongous! “There are hundreds and hundreds of blooms in each one,” says Tony Russo from Russo’s in Watertown, Massachusetts. Even if it’s a little cold, this hardy plant will last.
The Black Hubbard squash is just as flavorful as the Blue Hubbard squash, which has a milder taste than butternut squash, as told by Tony Russo from Russo’s in Watertown, Massachusetts. This fruit is very dense, and according to Tony, “lasts forever!” as long as it’s kept in a dark, cool spot.