Dwarf Amaranth growing up to 16 inches with rich crimson plumes adds ornamental appeal. The long-lasting cut flowers dry a deep red and the green-to-burgundy leaves and shiny black seeds are edible and delicious! Cute little plants that are perfect in smaller gardens or containers.
A tall, beautiful, and edible plant that is easy to grow requires little maintenance and is drought tolerant. Use in salads, cook as greens, or grow for the seed heads to make flour or popcorn. Sprouts for microgreens are ready in 15-30 days. It grows well in the heat, which intensifies the color.
Green Globe is a popular Artichoke with thick tasty hearts, tender leaves, and a nutty flavor. The heads are 3”-5” wide, medium green, and tinged with purple.
A gardener's Favorite! Easy grow variety. Reliably produces thick, straight green stalks with hints of purple at the tips. Produces for over 25 years. Disease resistant with beautiful foliage.
Tender stringless French bean. 70 days. A prolific producer of tender sweet beans with stringless slender pods between four and eight inches long. Old fashioned quality bean plant growing up to six feet high with bountiful harvesting from spring until fall. Good for Freezing, Canning, or Fresh.
A full deep red globe beetroot. Can be harvested for baby beets or grown on for full size. Good for canning, pickling, and eating fresh. Nice large even shape. 58 Days. The most popular Heirloom beetroot since 1892.
Grown for the delicate flavor of the side shoots that appear once the main head has been harvested. Once the head is cut, the plant goes to work and vigorously produces the delectable side shoots. Easy to grow, prolific, and hardy.
Grown for the delicious cut-and-come-again side shoots that have a more nutty, sweet, and peppery flavor than Green Sprouting broccoli. Used extensively in Chinese and Italian cuisine. Quick and easy grower that tolerates heat and cold well.
A prolific producer of 2" sprouts on compact plants with sturdy stalks. The sprouts are deep green and have a rich cabbage flavor. Open Pollinated heirloom. Good fresh or frozen.
A reliable, compact heirloom variety, easy to grow from seed. The most popular sprout preferred by home and market gardeners. They are prolific producers and will start to produce sprouts in 80 days. The sprouts will mature over an extended period so harvesting can be done over many months.
Delicious year-round specialty 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. Also known as Erba Stella and used in many Tuscan salad recipes.
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.
A tall, slender growing Japanese heirloom variety with a smaller bulb. They can be used for cooking and seasoning and are mild and sweet enough for salads and garnishes. Tokyo has a sweet, delicate flavor when picked young.
Compact cabbage ideal for cooking, coleslaw, pickling or canning (75-95 days). Best sown in early spring or in late summer for fall harvesting. Heads store well in cool weather.
Grow for colorful, tasty baby leaves to add to salads (8-14 days) or grow into small compact deep red-purple heads ideal for coleslaw, canning, or pickled cabbage (75-95 days). Best sown in early spring or late summer for fall and winter harvesting. Mature heads store well in cool weather.
A coreless vibrant purple carrot with deep orange on the inside. Cosmic purple has high levels of anthocyanin, beta carotene, and alpha-carotene. Steam the carrots to keep the color intact. Averages 7”–8”.