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Perennials

Perennials are a type of plant that are estimated to last for a minimum of two years. These plants can be strategically placed in a wide range of locations to provide an excellent display of colors that are both esthetically satisfying and beneficial in certain applications. When browsing our wide selection of plants, keep in mind that this style of plant is notorious for having larger root systems. Therefore, if your intentions are to utilize a pot for overwintering, remember that the bigger the pot, the better. If planted in-ground, maintain a liberal amount of distance between other like plants to prevent any possible complications throughout its lifespan.

 

 

 

 

Our selection may include, but are not limited to: 

Allium (Ornamental Onion)

Lavandula (Lavender)

Sedum (Stonecrop)

Leucanthemum (Shasta Daisy)

Baptisia (False Indigo)

Coreopsis (Tickseed)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Tall Garden Phlox

'Moonbeam' Tickseed. (Coreopsis verticillata) Rozanne® Cranesbill. (Geranium)

Russian Sage. (Perovskia atriplicifolia) 'Walker's Low' Catmint. (Nepeta x faassenii)

Coneflowers

'Goldsturm' Black-Eyed Susan

'Autumn Joy' Stonecrop

'Happy Returns' Daylily.

Yarrow

Hellebore

Daylily

Black-Eyed Susan

Clematis

Lavender

Creeping Thyme

Coneflower

Blazing Star

Siberian Iris

Bugleweed

Geranium

New England Aster

Allium

Balloon Flower

Montauk Daisy

Tickseed

Salvia

Catmint

Peony

Baptista

Sedum

Penstemon

Bee Balm

Lamium

Lamb’s Ear

Heuchera

Blanket FLower

Veronica

Tall Garden Phlox

Russian Sage

Perennial Sage

Asters

Astilbe

Purple Coneflower

Switchgrass

Yarrow

Peony

Coreopsis

Siberian Iris

Penstemon

Pincushion

Moss Phlox

Black-Eyed Susan

Stonecrop

Coralbells

Hardy Hibiscus

Daylily

Chrysanthemum

Asiatic Lily

Hosta

Achillea millefolium. (Yarrow family).

African Daisy.  (Osteospermum)

Agapanthus. (Star of Bethlehem).

Ageratum houstonianum. (Floss Flower).

Allium bisceptrum. (Twincrest Onion).

Alstromeria. (Peruvian Day Lily).

Amaranthus. (Prince's Feather).

Anchusa. (Dropmore Flower, Italian Bugloss).

Anemone. (Windflower).

Aster. (Daisy Family).

Astilbe Flower. (False Spirea).

Aurinia saxatillis. (Basket of Gold, Alyssum saxatilllis).

Daffodil. (Narcissus).

Dahlia. (Graceland).

Daisy Flower. (Asteraceae family).

Daphne odora.

Day Lily. (Hemerocallis). 

Delphinium. (Cultivar). Ranunculus Family.

Desert Rose. (Adenium obesum).

Dianthus.  (Carnation family).

Diascia. (Pink Butterfly).

Dietes grandiflora. (Fairy Iris). 

Dutch Iris. (Iris Hollandica).

Lady's Slipper Orchid. (Ciprepedium arietinum).

Lantana. (Verbena Family).

Larkspur. (Delphinium, Ranunculus Family).

Lavatera. (Mallow).

Lavender. (Lavendula).

Lechenaultia. (Australian Native.) Evergreen Rhizome.

Leucanthemum. (Daisy Family, Crazy Daisy).

Lilac. (Syringa vulgaris).

Lily. 'Red Alert'. (Lilium Family).

Lily of the Valley. (Convallaria majalis).

Linaria japonica. (Toadflax). Related to Snapdragon.

Lobelia. The plant with the WOW factor!

Lonicera heckrottii. (Golden Flame Honeysuckle).

Lotus. (Nelumbo nucifera).

Lunaria redviva. (Honesty).

Lupin. (Lupinus pollyphylus).

Painted Daisy. (Tanacetum coccineum). Asteraceae Family.

Pansy Flower. (Viola wittrockiana).

Passion Flower. (Passiflora incarnata).

Peace Lily. (Spathiphyllum floribundum). Not a true Lily.

Pear Bush. (Bride Bush). Exochorda.

Pelargonium. (Geranium sanguineum).

Penstemon rupicola.  (Hairy Beard Tongue).

Peony Flower. (Paeoniaceae Family).

Perennial Pea. (Lathyrus latifolius).

Persian Buttercup. (Ranunculus asiaticus).

Phlox Flower. (Polemoniaceae Family. Along with Jacob's Ladder). 

Pincushion Flower. (Scabiosa).

Pocket Book Flower. (Lady's Slipper. Calceolaria).

Primula. (Primulaceae).

Annuals are a plant that maintains a lifespan of one season. This style of plant is often very colorful throughout the different species. When dressing up the landscape of your home, business, or interior décor, annuals can easily be the perfect choice for achieving magnificent visuals. One unique aspect of some annual breeds is that they can drop seeds at the end of a season to germinate and regrow during the next spring. However, this is only for a select group of plants and spring germination is not guaranteed.

Similar to perennials, this type of plant can also be overwintered to extend its lifespan. At Molyet's, we purchase annuals covering the many colors of the rainbow to better assure you find what you desire.

 

 

 

 

 

Our selection may include, but are not limited to: 

Petunia

Snapdragon

Vinca

Marigold

Lobelia

Alyssum

Zinia

Celosia

Begonia

Coleus

Salvia

Impatients

Wave Petunia

Whopper Begonia

Marigold

Zinia

Gazania

Angel Wing Begonia

Gerber Daisy

Geranium

Supertunia

Evolvulus

Beths Blue Isotoma

Laguna Lobelia

Sutera Cordata

Angelonia

Diamond Frost Euphorbia

Morning Glory

Portolaca

Catalina

Sweet Potato Vine

Calibrachoa

Superbells

Angelonia

Begonia

Celosia

Cosmos

Dahlias

Geraniums

Impatiens

Larkspur

Marigold

Pansies

Petunias

Peas

Watermelon

Rice

Wheat

Sunflower

Litchi Tomatoes

Goldenberry

Pink Dianthus

Impatiens

Jewelweed

Petunia

Forget-Me-Not

Globe Amaranth (Gomphrena Globosa)

Gerbera daisy (Gerbera jamesonii)

Geranium (Pelargonium)

Garden stock (Matthiola incana)

Garden balsam (Impatiens balsamina)

Fuchsia (Fuchsia magellanica)

Fuchsia

Four O’clock (Mirabilis jalapa)

Forget me not (Myosotis Sylvatica)

Flowering tobacco (Nicotiana)

Flame nettle (Solenostemon or Coleus)

Fennel (Foeniculum Vulgare)

Fan flower (Scaevola Aemula)

Everlasting Flower (Helichrysum Bracteatum)

Dahlberg Daisy (Thymophylla tenuiloba)

Creeping Zinnia (Sanvitalia Procumbent)

Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia)

Cosmos

Corn Poppy (Papaver rhoeas)

Coleus (Plectranthus Scutellarioides)

Cocksomb (Celosia)

Carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus)

Cardinal flower (Lobelia cardinalis)

Cape daisy (Dimorphotheca)

California Poppy (Eschscholzia californica)

Buzzy Lizzy (Impatiens walleriana)

Butter daisy (Melampodium paludosum)

Bush violet (Browallia speciosa)

Blue Marguerite (Felicea amelloides)

Blue floss (Ageratum houstonianum)

Blanket flower (Gaillardia pulchella)

Annual Phlox (Phlox Drummondii)

Annual mallow (Lavatera trimestris)

Angel Wings (Caladium bicolor)

African Daisy (Arctotis)

Inspired by the gardeners, we seek out the most anticipated and desired garden plants known to produce the finest fruits and vegetables with a new truck every week. Whether you are a 'well seasoned' gardener, first time gardener, or somewhere in-between, the finest aspect of home gardening is that it is relatively simple and enjoyable.

When gardening, remember to keep a necessary distance between plants to prevent growth issues. Many plants come with label markers that include recommended planting distance between seed burials. For optimal results, consider getting a soil test kit to assess the dirt being used has enough vitamins and nutrients in it for when the plants begin growing.  Additionally, consider whether the plant will need/benefit from a form of growing trellis, cage, or pole.

Our selection may include, but are not limited to:

Beans:

Yellow Beans
Sweet Corn Stalks
Bush Beans
Beans
Blue Lake Poll Beans
Yellow Beans

Cucumber: 

Burpless Cucumber
Burpless Supreme Cucumber
Marketmore Cucumber
Bush Crop Cucumber
Pickling Cucumber

 

Lettuce:

Romaine Lettuce
Head Lettuce
Leaf Lettuce
Salad Bowl Red Lettuce
Ichiban Eggplant
Classic Eggplant
Cheers Cabbage
Black Beauty Eggplant
Red Butter Worth Lettuce

Seaside Spinach 

Onions:

Onion Sets
Visalia Onions
White Sweet Spanish onion
Candied onion

Peppers:
Jalapeños Hot Pepper
Hungarian Hot Wax Pepper
Hungarian Hot Banana Pepper
Ghost (bhut jolokia) Pepper
Trinidad Scorpion Hot Pepper
Carolina Reaper Hot Pepper
Sweet Banana Pepper
Aji Rico Hot Pepper
Aji Charapita Hot Pepper
Green Pepper
Tabasco Hot Pepper

Squash:

Buttercup Squash
Zucchini Squash
Winter Squash
Yellow Straight Neck Squash
Yellow Crookneck Squash 

Tomatoes:

Big Beef Tomato
Big Boy tomato
La Roma tomato
Husky Red Tomato
Better boy Tomato
Black Krim Tomato
Super bush Tomato
Beefsteak Tomato
Rutgers Tomato
Early Girl Tomato
Parks Whopper Tomato
Rainbow Blend Tomato
Sweet million cherry tomato

Sweet 100 cherry tomato

Orange tomatoes

Supersonic tomatoes

Sun sugar cherry tomatoes

Cherry red

Tomatillo

German Johnson Tomatoes

Grape Tomatoes

Mountain pride tomatoes

San Mariano tomatoes

Celebrity tomatoes

Ace tomatoes

Jet star tomatoes

 

Herbs:

Boxwood basil
Spicy globe basil
Sweet basil
Cilantro
Rue
Oregano
Munstead English lavender
Hidcote English lavender
Rosemary
French tarragon lavender

Goodwin creek gray
Curled parsley
Plain Italian parsley
Lemon Balm
Lemon verbena
Thyme
Marjoram
Pineapple sage
Sage
Aureum golden oregano
Chocolate mint 
Spearamint
Mojito mint
Chives
Lemongrass
Imperial star artichoke
Coriander Cilantro
Visalia 
Kale

 

Seed potatoes

Cherokee purple

Golden jubilee

Brandywine

Green zebra

Pineapple

Honeydew melon

Okra

Clemson spineless okra

Green comet

Broccoli

Brussel sprouts

Green magic broccoli

Sweet potato

Collards

Kohlrabi

Vates collard
Swiss Chard (???)
Bulls blood beets
Strawberry

Annuals

Producers

Disclaimer: The information provided are general facts and suggestions courtesy of Molyet Farm Market. Your results may vary. Stock of plants, flowers and other garden items (including those listed above) is not guaranteed. Please call for all other inquires.

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