Originally from Italy this exceptional kidney bean has been a delectable fixture in American gardens since the early 1800s. The bean has played a starring role in home cooking as well in soups stews and as an ideal choice for
Meaty fruits with small crooknecks have bright yellow bumpy skin. Delicious flavor and fine texture. Good for freezing. We searched the world to find the best organic seed-Burpee fully guarantees that not a drop of synthetic chemicals was used to
Hairy vetch is a nitrogen fixing legume that provides excellent biomass over the winter helps control soil erosion and acts as a ground cover. Its pea-type flowers are a lovely violet color. One packet will cover 500 to 600 square
A gourmet green for quick salads. Small low-growing rosettes of spoon-shaped leaves are easy and quick to grow in cool weather. Vit is a French variety of corn salad that is excellent for cool spring and fall pickings. Vigorous and
Abundant dark blue-green foliage is produced on late bolting plants. Use leaves in various dishes for flavoring. Use seeds for pickling. Certified Organic Seed.
Beautiful red-stemmed plants 4-5′ tall produce distinctive scarlet-red pods. Tender slightly ribbed pods are best when 3 to 6″ long. GARDEN HINTS: Soak seed in warm water overnight to speed germination. Pick pods young while still tender. Pods are excellent
Use pungent leaves (cilantro) in Asian and Mexican dishes. Seeds (coriander) used to make curry powder. We searched the world to find the best organic seed-Burpee fully guarantees that not a drop of synthetic chemicals was used to make these
The French approach to salad greens (“mesclun” means “mixture”). Sweet lettuces and tangy tender greens are pre-mixed in just the right proportions as you pick them from your garden. This classic mesclun is a feast for the eyes and a
Excellent for Halloween craving and cooking. Pumpkins are medium sized round to elongated in shape. It has a fine taste as well. Certified Organic Seed.
Over 100 years old this 1902 Burpee introduction was an immediate hit because the plants ripened perfect fruits dramatically earlier than other varieties. It became the common market eggplant of today. Harvested fresh however makes all the difference. Certified Organic
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.
Translated from Italian this bean’s name means “purple triumph.” This treasured heirloom is a crisp flavorful treat. Displaying lavender flowers against the bright green leaves with purple veins and stems the very productive 6-8′ vines are highly ornamental. When cooked
This 100-year-old heirloom favorite hailing from the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas produces goodly numbers of rich flavorful tomatoes. Deep pink when ripe the round 6-8 oz. fruits’ artful balance of sweetness and tartness accounts for its standing as one of
Parsley is great for garnishing and added flavor. The vigorous compact plants have dense dark green finely crumpled closely curled leaves and are frost tolerant. Certified Organic Seed.
Fall and winter this is a delicious butternut with improved fruit uniformity and increased yields. Interior is solid and dry. Excellent for storing. Ready about 85 days after sowing. GARDEN HINTS: Leave on vine until fully mature. Certified Organic Seed.
A sweet and tender festive combination of red- and white-stalked swiss chard. Swiss chard Ruby Red with apple-red stalks and crinkly dark green leaves is delightful mixed with Burpee’s White Giant with its thick white stalks. Very ornamental in vegetable
Thyme is one of the most widely used culinary herbs. It is commonly grown as a decorative and functional plant in many home gardens and bees use its pollen to make delectable honey. It is easy to grow and adaptable
The first truly stingless podded pea. 3″ deep green pods on 24″ vines. Resists powdery mildew and pea leaf roll virus. Harvest about 74 days after sowing.
Introduced to the seed trade around 1910 this variety was brought to our shores-and our gardens-by Italian immigrants. A deliciously old-fashioned broccoli it boasts dark bluish-green central heads about 5″ across. Tall erect 30-36″ plants give way to multiple side