Harvest hosts a plant, a hosta.
It also is the first in a series of new hosts that Harvest hosts in the spring and summer.
The hosts plant is one of four types of plants in Harvest.
The others are: corn, squash, wheat, and sorghum.
The first two were used in the 1800s to feed the British Navy.
The first host plant was a corn variety named after the city of London, England.
The city hosted the plant in its gardens.
The hosta variety, called the “Harvest Hosta,” was used in gardens in Italy.
The hosta plants are native to India.
The other four are all new, but have been used by Harvest since it was first opened in 2008.
They are: the corn variety, which was used to grow corn for the Navy, the squash variety for the American market, and the wheat variety for food and fiber.
Harvest is a producer of the traditional American sweet potato, the traditional sweet corn, and a new host variety, the “Hosta Plant.”
The host plant has been in Harvest since 2008, but it has only been on sale for about two months.
“It was our goal to bring these new types of hosts to the market this spring,” said Melissa Lippert, who is the marketing and marketing director of Harvest.
“It’s exciting to see the first crop come in and sell so well.”
This article was produced by The Bleacher News, a partner of Bleacher Media.