Delicious year-round greens with a crunchy texture, and a subtle salty, nutty taste. High in Calcium and Vitamin A. Cold hardy Italian heirloom variety with 55 days to harvest.
Native American wildflower that creates a charming blanket of sky blue flowers in spring. Baby Blue Eyes is a self-seeding annual that will grow 4 - 6 inches high and attracts beneficial pollinators and butterflies.
A fast growing vine prized for its beautiful flowers and brilliant purple seed pods. The plant is edible though the mature beans require boiling with frequent water changes. The beans can be used as forage for animals.
Small spring flowers in shades of stunning blue that are a good source of spring nectar for butterflies and bees. They are ideal for dry gardens because they require little water. Great in borders or for natural xeriscape gardens.
Loved for the delicate flavor of the side shoots that grow once the main head has been harvested. Once the head is cut the plant goes to work vigorously producing side shoots which are delectable, easy to grow, prolific, and hardy.
Baby Carrot variety if pulled early! Easy to grow and ready in 68 days. Red-Orange with a small core and medium top. Open Pollinated (OP). Averages to 5-6 inches in length.
Produces good yields of frilled mustard leaves on large plants. The flavor is always pungent and full-bodied, with that mustard green “bite”. This variety is excellent for late sowing, with cold tolerance and good bolting resistance. 48 Days.
Crisp, juicy cucumber (var. Melon) that needs no peeling or de-seeding. A bitter-free burpless heirloom that is great for salads, canning, pickling, and relish. Good long season production until fall. Fruits grow up to 36" in length but best harvested at 12"-15". Grow on a trellis for straighter fruits.
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These delightful annuals will grow in most soils, in full sun or partial shade, and are great for a low growing groundcover. The bright orange, red, yellow, and cream blossoms are edible, and will flower all summer long!
Stunning blue spikes of sweet-pea like flowers bloom all summer and return each year. Easy to grow in all regions of North America (Zones: 3-9). Prefers Full Sun but will grow in light partial shade. Will withstand a certain amount of drought. **Beneficial for butterflies**
German Chamomile is an Annual. An ancient and delightful medicinal herb grown for Chamomile tea and a gentle skin tonic. Chamomile is easy to grow and a beneficial ground-cover. Seeds are tiny so and best not sown on a windy day!
Grown as a medicinal plant for over 2,000 years, especially in Europe for coughs, colds, dyspepsia, and loss of appetite. Horehound is served as a sacred herb on the Jewish Passover. Grows in a round bushy form with woody branches and white flowers produced in June.
Evergreen bunching onions are cold hardy, easy to grow and have a sweet delicate flavor when picked young. Great eaten raw or used in specialty cooked dishes. Tolerates hot weather well. For longer white bulbs, hill the earth around the onions.
Reliable old heirloom variety that is easy to grow from seed, and the most popular sprout preferred by home and market gardeners. They are prolofic producers and will start to produce sprouts in 70-80 days. The sprouts will mature over an extended period so harvesting can be done over many months.
Abundant sprays of clear blue flowers on 12”–24” stems compliment all the other colors in the garden! Easy to grow and requires no special maintenance. A charming biennial that will happily self-seed without becoming invasive.
Dazzling blue blossoms on graceful stems adorn this beautiful wildflower. It is easy to grow from seed, requires little care, and is drought tolerant. The intense blue flowers create a sensation when they appear in spring and will last until the small rounded seed-heads form in late summer.
Alaska, introduced in 1901 is an old fashioned favorite in the perennial flower garden with its large white petals and yellow centers. This popular wild flower will grow in all regions of North America, and is easy to establish from seed.
A fast growing vine prized for its deep red leaves, beautiful fragrant flowers and brilliant purple seed pods. The plant is edible though the mature beans require boiling with frequent water changes.
Small Gourmet French Melon, heirloom variety from Charentes, France (FR). Very sweet with luxurious aroma. Highly regarded as one of the best melons for flavor. Handle gently, and savour lovingly!
Reliable, taller growing, early heirloom cauliflower with 6-7 inch white heads, and a heavy producer! Grow as spring or fall crop in zones 3-8, and as a winter crop in Zones over 8b. Has large leaves that are good for head cover. Needs Full Sun.
Fast growing vine with purple flowers and chocolate fragrance. Produces violet fruits that are edible. Blooms from April to May and the seeds ripen in September/October. Can be invasive. Image By Apple2000 via Wikimedia Commons
Small fragrant white flowers bloom all through summer on dense spikes 18 - 24 inches tall. Mignonette are long lasting as cut flowers and bring their sweet fragrance indoors. Great annual for use in beds. Prefers cooler weather and will tolerate partial shade.
Dwarf bush pea. Easy to grow with or without a trellis. Grows 2-3 Feet high - Great for Small Space Gardens. Prolific Producer of 3" pods with 8-9 delicious sweet peas per pod.
A tall, edible plant with intense reddish purple leaves. The large elegant flower plumes produce an abundant amount of seeds. The seeds are preferred for grain and flour. Its size and color make it a wonderful addition as a backdrop for borders.