Slender moist with firm yellow flesh. It is great for purees soups sauces and gravies. When roasted eat like finger food.
Ever vigorous this variety’s vines produce mighty yields of striking apple-shaped gourds. Deep green with lighter flecks when fresh the 9 x 12″ 5-7 lb. gourds transition to brown when dried. Excellent for crafts and birdhouses.
This flavorful dandelion comes to us from Italy where the repertoire of salad greens dazzles in its range of flavors colors and textures. Frequently used in salads sauteed or in egg dishes this heirloom dandelion delivers a complex bitter yet
Cook’s Garden Favorite. Dark green pungent 3″ hot peppers are excellent fresh or pickled. Zesty flavor is great in Mexican dishes.
A delicious Charentais-type melon that originated in Italy achieved full popularity in France and is now a favorite with American gourmet gardeners. The melon with blue-green skin that matures to salmon-orange has sweet fragrant orange flesh.
Cook’s Garden Favorite. Deep red 3″ fruits grow up to 4-6 oz. on extra early plants. Sweet and tart flavor is ideal fresh canned or cooked. Indeterminate. Harvest about 75 days after transplanting.
With their graceful form and alluring color swan-necked gourds are naturally ornamental. This variety’s large round base is topped with a thick curved neck with a bulbous tip giving its swanlike effect. The deep green fruits speckled with light green
Cook’s Garden Favorite. The Cook’s Garden organic seed is harvested from plants that are grown using only all-natural certified methods. Our organic seeds are certified by Oregon Tilth. Oregon Tilth Certified Organic (OTCO) is an internationally recognized symbol of organic
The French love affair with this heirloom owes its passion and longevity to the bean’s delicious taste and beautiful presentation. Tender and stringless the thin bright green pods should be picked every few days right before they are prepared in
Cook’s Garden Favorite. The long white shafts have a dark blue/green upright flag. The 12-14 inch shaft provides a distinct flavor to your soups and salads. Leeks are not daylight sensitive so their tops do not fall over. Give them
Gold Mine produces very high yields of crisp ultra-sweet wax beans that are borne on compact and unusually upright plants. The beans grow together in clusters that make harvest a snap. Beans are 5-5 1/2″ long. Plants yield early and
This handsome squash has smooth skin and is gently ribbed. The color is similar to butternut squash: tan skin with bright orange flesh. Squash average 6-10 lbs. each.
First offered in 1908 this early large rooted variety has pure white skin and firm flesh with a juicy mildly spicy taste. Stays crisp for an extended time. Ready to pick in just 23-30 days.
HEIRLOOM. Soak up a pot of Big Mama and each smooth-textured extra-tasty bean will swell to fill a teaspoon. Big Mama will make “lima lovers” of your whole family. Healthy too 1 cup of cooked lima beans provides 20% of
Hard-to-find these little beauties are the variety of choice for boiling or creamed onions. With a round flattened shape the diminutive Italian onions are 2-3″ wide and make for delicious eating. Direct-sow in early spring then thin to 1-2″ apart
With a nuanced matrix of flavors this gourmet potato’s flavor is mildly nutty-reminiscent of chestnuts hazelnuts and almonds-mingled with a subtle sweetness.
This toothsome heirloom variety of pear-shaped cherry tomato has been grown (and savored) in the U.S. since at least the 1800s. This mix of red and yellow produces awesome colorful clusters of gorgeous .5 oz. fruits of mild delicious flavor.
Exclusive. Introduced by Burpee in 1902 this heirloom variety won over gardeners with its delicious flavor earliness quality and bountiful production. Compact vines bear bushels of 4 long blue-green pods loaded with eight berries per pod. Peas packed with vitamins
Hugely popular for over 150 years it’s one of the most tender and delicately flavored leaf lettuces ever bred. The ruffled leaves are large with an appealing green color. Simpson is well adapted to a wide range of climates and
A unique heirloom tomato Garden Peach was reputedly introduced to US gardens in the 1860s. The small velvety-skinned 2-3 oz. fruits have rich full flavor. The prolific vines unleash multitudinous 3-4″ round fruits with peachy-yellow skin and flesh woven with