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.
A creole type garlic with long storability through the fall and winter months. This mildly sweet flavored variety produces deliciously tender and mild scapes for mid-season snacking. Harvest fall planted garlic the following season late spring or early summer about
Crisp firm leaves grow in compact medium-sized heads. Light green fringed and heavily ruffled outer leaves with hearts that blanch to silvery white. Grows best in cool weather. The classic crisphead lettuce. Ready to harvest 85 days after sowing seeds.
Burpee Exclusive. Hail the new Zucchini King the new triple-crowner ruler of the zucchini patch. Brings zuke-lovers an earlier harvest out of this world yields and exceptional vigor. ‘Burpee’s Best’ is your go-to zuke for rich buttery flavor and refined
This great variety of home grown corn features gorgeous purple kernels and a healthy dark green easy to grow plant. We offer many other great corn varieties yellow white and bicolor which are ideal for a quick grill or boiling
Kalelong on flavor and high in nutritionhas been in big demand and short supply lately. Tasty gourmet strappy dark green variety will keep you well supplied this summer. Kale leaves mingle nicely in salads stir-fries and soups. Best harvested when
Dark green pungent 3″ hot peppers are excellent fresh or pickled. Zesty flavor is great in Mexican dishes. We searched the world to find the best organic seed-Burpee fully guarantees that not a drop of synthetic chemicals was used to
We’ve never seen such a beautiful heirloom tomato. It’s up to 4″ across perfectly formed pure red and smooth-skinned. And this wonderful mini-beefsteak has superb flavor. Indeterminate vines assure a long season of harvest much larger than other heirloom beefsteaks.
This is the classic Burpee-bred chard with dark green thick tender leaves and heavy yields even in hot weather. Easy to grow; eat it like spinach or beet greens. Pick from late spring till winter. 100 seeds sows 20′ of
Sugary Enhancer Hybrid (SE). The SE gene (sugary enhancer) means these varieties will stay sweet and tender for 10-14 days after reaching maturity. No need to isolate then from other sweet corn. Kandy Korn is outstanding not only for its
Think big. These huge 8-10″ sweet Marconi peppers are glossy golden yellow thick-walled and crispy sweet. Try roasting with red peppers for a bright and beautiful combo. The strong 18-24″ plants hold the hefty fruits high for easy pepper picking.
Bred by experts at the USDA and introduced in 1963 this variety produces heavy yields of large blocky 4-5″ x 3 1/2-4″ fruits. The thick-walled dark-green to red peppers have a sweet juicy taste and crisp texture. Vigorous and prolific
The dark purple fruits are best used before they are 8 to 10″ long. Each plant grows to 24 to 30″ and produces 8 or more eggplants. We searched the world to find the best organic seed-Burpee fully guarantees that
Growing on an upright bush bright yellow stringless pods of 4-5″ are easy to spot among green foliage. Delicious buttery flavor. Certified Organic Seed.
Cook’s Garden Favorite. Our Fordhook visitors cant resist the lure of these edible purple garden ornaments. Heirlooms fragrant purple-pink flowers are followed by clusters of deep-purple pods filled with delectable green peas. Best used as a shelling pea to be
Heat-lovers here’s another Mexican favorite used in a variety of dishes from salsas to soups with a distinctive pungent flavor. Large 2-3′ plants produce fruits about 5″ long that start out bright yellow and turn red as they mature. They
This hybrid is the best-looking best tasting zucchini we’ve seen or tasted. The 8″ cylindrical fruits are beautifully and boldly striped.
Market gardeners in Danvers Massachusetts developed this variety and shared it with Burpee in 1886. The root is a rich dark orange and is 6-8″ long. A first-class carrot for all soils. Certified Organic Seed.