Tatsoi a long-time Asian staple forms dense rosettes of mild mustardy-flavored leaves. Enjoy the leaves raw or stir-fried. Crunchy and flavorful the midribs have a bright celeryesque taste. Extremely cold-hardy you can harvest the plants even under snow cover (mittens
Here they come: cascading jewel-like clusters of delectable ruby-red cherries. Tomatoes bursting with sweetness light and a tingly-tangy pop! Cherry Babys superproductive plants soon mass with dense clusters of up to 350 sweet 1 oz. cuties. In a large container
A nice smooth leaf variety that can be grown for baby leaf or mature leaf use. Baby leaves can be harvested in a month’s time or two months for full maturity. Resistance to downy mildew makes this a winner in
Often favorably compared with the illustrious Brandywine the gold standard of heirloom tomatoes. With dark pinkish-purple skin this widely adapted heirloom produces large slightly flattened 1 lb. fruits with firm meaty crimson flesh and few seeds. Indeterminate potato-leaf plants.
Large delicious bright red high yielding fruits are borne in abundance starting midseason and continuing to frost. Good foliage protection prevents sun scald. Better Boy is highly adaptable and thrives in most climates and has very good disease resistance.
HEIRLOOM. Dark green and streaked with purple the pretty and distinctive 7-8″ pods are filled with light buff-colored seeds splashed with dark brown. Whether you harvest them as snap beans at about 60 days or as dry beans at about
120-150 days. One sweet gourmet-ready onion. Cippolini (pronounced chip-oh-LEE-nee) onions are recognized by their small flattened disc-shaped bulbsand delectable deep flavor. Ranging from 1-3 in diameter this red variety’s bulbs have pale translucent purple flesh and copper-colored thin
This red romaine heirloom variety has been an American favorite since the 1700s. A profound beautiful deep-red-going-on bronze the 10-12″ tall heads packed with broad flat leaves take on a lighter green tone inside. Impervious to bolting.
The largest jalape?o in our offering and the perfect pepper for pickling stuffing and slicing. At 5″ long and 1″ thick this pepper is ready to spark up any salsa.
This All-America Selections winner yields bumper crops of nearly seedless dark green 12″ fruits. Burpless parthenocarpic fruit means they remain bitter-free and do not need outside pollination to set. Resistant to cucumber and watermelon viruses scab and leaf spot.
Mama Mia! The new standard in home-grown paste tomatoes. These beauties are plum-shaped incredibly meaty and enormous-up to 5″ long and 3″ across. Skin peels away easily after par-boiling which means less fuss less mess and more delicious thick creamy
High-yielding big-flavored gold-skinned spaghetti squash with 4-6 lb. fruit. Cut in half length-wise and bake in 2″ of water at 350 F until water boils. Remove carefully let cool and scoop out seeds. Use fork to rake out “spaghetti”. Toss
Cook’s Garden Favorite. Compact plants produce paste-type tomatoes resistant to verticillium and fusarium wilts. Meaty interiors and few seeds. We searched the world to find the best organic seedCook’s Garden fully guarantees that not a drop of synthetic chemicals was
Especially delicious cute little cuke is prime for patio plucking and pickling. Restricted vine offers up exceptional yieldsup to 55 gorgeous fruits per plant. Compact leafy plants are pretty as a picture in a patio container. Resists downy mildew.
Popeye’s favorite heirloom variety! Bloomsdale Long Standing is an old standard. It’s a large spreading spinach has dark green savoyed curled leaves. The yield is good and it is slow to bolt. For first crop sow in spring. Plant again
Dark green 16″ long by 6″ wide leaves combine the taste of a romaine and the texture of a butterhead for a whole new eating experience. Certified Organic Seed.
This old variety was released by USDA in 1925 and has heavy vigorous vines that produce high yields of large (5-6 oz.) uniform globe-shaped fruit. It is one of the first disease-resistant varieties and has good resistance to Verticillium and
Country Gentleman is one of the most unusual sweet corns around because its white kernels are arranged irregularly not in rows. The kernels are also very deep and narrow hence its alternate name Shoe-peg. Developed around 1890 in the Connecticut
We all know about edible landscaping. Well how about edible jewelry? This elegant delicately striped vivid purple eggplant would make a magnificent pendant. The lovely 3-4″ long purple fruit from 2.5′ tall plants taste as good as they look. Gorgeous