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.
Maiskij is another beautiful Turban garlic with a rich garlicky flavor that has a robust pungency. Grows well in most of the USA. Turbans are the very earliest harvesting garlics that store until mid-November. Harvest fall planted garlic the following
The Salsa star! Gigante rocks with flavor having close to 50% more sugar than other tomatillos. It’s also earlier bigger and tastier than any other. Just right for chili salsa soups and your favorite Latin American dishes. Size: 4″ across.
Extraordinaire! A French bean that’s bigger and tastier-a new classic. A gourmet’s delight this stringless French variety is everything you wish for in a bean: tender green mildly sweet nutty meaty savory. Wildly popular in France (the French know beans)
Cherry tomatoes bursting with sugary flavor. The scarlet cherry-sized fruits are produced in long pendulous clusters right up to frost. Grow on stakes or a fence.
Lend me your ears! A summer without the taste of sweet corn is a summer ill-spent. Sweet to the last kernel this hybrid sweetheart raises the bar for corn-loving sweetness leading the harvest for flavor and earliness. Delectable picture-perfect bicolor
The healthiest and spiciest sprouts of all. These are easy to grow (sprout) and are quick to germinate. Sprouts can be grown all year round for delicious and nutritious eating.
Brunswick is a seldom-encountered German heirloom that dates back to the 18th Century. An excellent late-season variety the large 6-9 lb. drum-shaped heads are dense and firm. A favorite choice for homemade sauerkraut. Stores well for long periods.
We introduced this pumpkin to America in 1883 but it had long been popular in France. It was used as the model for Cinderella’s coach. The fruits are slightly flattened heavily ribbed and make wonderful autumn displays.
A tender mild flavored blend of leaf veggies for early spring salads. Mouth watering time-tested heirloom varieties in red (Ruby lettuce Bull’s Blood beet) and bright green (Bloomsdale spinach Simpson lettuce Tendergreen mustard). Plant them and then pick them all
Early White sports large round pure white heads up to 9″ across that stay solid and firm and maintain excellent flavor. Superb for freezing. Burpee Exclusive. GARDEN HINTS: Grows best in cool weather. Can be planted again for a fall
If you like banana peppers you’ll love this hybrid whopper. It produces much bigger peppers on much smaller plants. Each fruit is 2″ longer and an amazing 30% meatier than the peppers on Sweet Banana. The fruits are 8″ long
In the 19th century cabbage was a delicious fixture on American dinner tables. Introduced in 1892 this longtime favorite has lost none of its flavor. The large 6-8″ elongated heads tip the scales at 4-6 lb. and store extremely well.
Beautiful and tasty heirloom varieties chosen for a rainbow of colors and range of flavors from mild to sweet to tangy. The mix is composed equally of Bonny Best (red) Brandywine Pink (pink) Golden Sunburst (yellow) Black Krim (purple) Evergreen
Gourmet Blend features a tasty and colorful mix of five looseleafs in shades from green to red and textures from oakleaf to tightly ruffled. Fast-growing tender colorful and tolerant of hot weather our popular looseleaf blend is selected for a
The sweetness of garden peas is legendary. Wando is our most productive pea in warm weather. It’s also tolerant of cold so it can be planted early. The blunt dark green pods with 7 to 8 medium-sized peas are great
HEIRLOOM. The semi-dwarf plants are stocky with leaves closely spaced so there are lots of tasty sprouts on the short self-supporting stems. Introduced at the end of the 19th century this was once one of the most important commercial varieties.
Sweet is the beet. When it comes to beets the earlier the better. A dual-purpose beet with sweet early-producing 3-4″ roots and extra tall and flavorful tops for harvesting as greens. Cut the 18″ tall greens and use in lieu