Cook’s Garden Favorite. Its takes the right varieties to survive the low light low temperature conditions of fall and winter and this exclusive mix contains just what you’ll need to extend the salad season. A mixture from all of our
Salad Delight is a delicious early maturing red cabbage with a 3 lb. head. An outstanding slicing cabbage with well-marbled firm glossy crimson leaves and pure white ribs. GARDEN HINTS: For earlier harvest sow seeds indoors in a sunny spot
Beautiful smooth red skin with pure white flesh. Tubers are oblong and slightly flattened with medium deep eyes. An excellent potato for boiling never loses its flavor. Known as the best storing red potato will keep for months. Release by
This Burpee exclusive ripens extra-early for salads (30 days) and has lots of leaf but little stem and matures quickly (40 days). For first crop sow in spring. Plant again in late summer. In mild winter areas fall plantings yield
Dark green oak-shaped leaves have dark red-purple veins. More tender and delicious than other kales. Certified Organic Seed.
Contender is one of the best bush beans ever. It is a heavy cropper with round-oval pods and a strong distinctive flavor. It’s an early bean that does well under short seasons and cool conditions but it will thrive in
Also known as bok choy or Chinese white cabbage Pak choi is grown for its stalks which are used in Asian cooking. It is also delicious raw. Each plant bears 10-14 erect stalks 8-10″ long. Grows best in cool weather
Generous crop of large side shoots about 5″ across prolongs the harvest for weeks. Good for freezing. Proven a winner for productivity flavor and wide adaptability.
Don’t be fooled by this heirloom’s unusual shape-these bright yellow balls are excellent for salads and pickling. They have a clean crisp taste and are never bitter. Normal-sized vines yield heavily and for a long time.
Rich in protein and loaded with vitamin C brussel sprouts deserve a place in the home garden and the gourmet chef’s repertoire. These early-to-arrive pretty dark green minicabbages are delectable roasted steamed or blanched their rich nutty flavor nicely complementing
Edible architecture in its own right cauliflower is a garden pleasure offering up a delicately nutty buttery flavor and loads of vitamins and minerals. This premium variety boasts hefty heads 7″-wide. Provides outstanding performance in the garden and containers with
HEIRLOOM. The standard bell pepper for many decades this 1928 introduction is still the largest open-pollinated heirloom bell you can grow. A perfect stuffing pepper-blocky 4″ x 3 1/2″ thick-walled tender and flavorful.
A high yielding variety ‘Premier’ has medium green foliage with leaves up to a foot long. The plant is upright and compact great for in-garden or container planting. GARDEN HINTS: For earlier harvest sow seeds indoors in a sunny spot
Small Sugar is even better for pies than its larger cousin Connecticut Field pumpkin. When Mr. Burpee offered it in 1887 he said: “A very prolific and handsome little pumpkin; usual size about 10″ in diameter; skin is a deep
We’ve combined five distinct colors of carrots in one special blend for a pretty rainbow effect that is sure to be noticed at the dinner table even by the kids. After testing hundreds of carrot varieties we developed this easy-to-grow
Super quick to harvest and easy to prepare these tiny bunches of crisp white stalks with tender green leaves are only 4-5″ tall. Perfect for a single serving side dish-quickly sauteed or roasted. Also great for “stir-fry for two”.
This huge heirloom beefsteak (up to 4 lb.; average 2 1/2 lb.) consistently wins taste-tests. Developed in the 1930s by a gardener who planted the four biggest varieties he knew and crossed one with pollen from the other three. He
Grow in full sun to partial shade. If planted in the fall provide protection where winters are severe. Harvest young plants in 60 days or up to 120 days for mature plants. HOW TO GROW ONIONS FROM SEED: For best
This delicious grey-green kale is pretty enough to plant among the flowers. Much larger than regular kale (2 to 3′ tall) the stems are purplish and the leaves are shaped like big oak leaves and colored a velvety gray green.
Montana Giant’ has a robust earthy flavor with garlic that peaks with a high heat intensity but mellows quickly. This hardneck Rocambole type has easy to peel cloves that are large and excellent for cooking. Harvest fall planted garlic the