Cook’s Garden Favorite. In Japan they call salt wort okahijiki (“land seaweed”). We call it a treat. Succulent nutrient-rich long green leaves convey enticing crunchy flavor. Tender young leaves on sprawling 20 plants add taste and texture to salads and
As it name suggests this classic acorn squash was bred at Fordhook Farm in Doylestown PA under the expert eye of W. Atlee Burpee himself. Introduced in 1890 the squash’s tan oblong fruits grow up to 2 lb. on vining
Vines produce huge yields of 4 ? stringless pods with extra sweet flavor.
The golden cousin of the red-colored Marconi this delicious and mild-tasting heirloom pepper is prized in Italy. Very sweet and very large the 7-10″ long tapered fruits are great for eating fresh frying grilling or stuffing. Pick at either the
Originating in Mexico this Mexican heirloom is a choice dual-purpose bean. Harvest at about 60 days for plentiful long thin stringless snap beans-or let the pods dry on the bush type plants and harvest after 80 days for a bountiful
A Burpee introduction in 1979 Long-Keeper is a must for winter storage. Staying fresh for 6-12 weeks or more it provides fruits for fresh use during the fall and into the winter. The skin of these fruits is a golden
Cook’s Garden Favorite. Buttery tender red and green leaf lettuces together with peppery arugula delicate endive and firm full-flavored radicchio make up a classic Mediterranean mix.
These plump beefsteak tomatoes-tipping the scales from 2 to 4 lb. each-are bursting with larger-than-life flavor. The luscious flesh is deep red all the way through-just the right balance of meaty solids and succulent juice. The smooth texture and rich
Cook’s Garden Favorite. Can’t-miss tricolor combination lights up the garden and the dinner table. Our selection of sweet colorful easy-to-harvest bush beans yields masses of vivid purple (Royal Burgundy) yellow (Mellow Yellow) and green (Bush Blue Lake 274) pods.
The most versatile peas that are wonderful raw steamed or stir-fried. Yields are higher because you eat them pod and all. Thick full sized snap peas are very sweet. This snap pea bears delicious sweet pods 3″ long. Compact plants
Cook’s Garden Favorite. Travelers to the Provence region of France have long returned with ecstatic reports on the produce in the markets and the food in the many inns and restaurants. One of the reasons is the tried and true
Presenting Peagoda! Prolific paragon of the pea patch and incredible edible ornamental welcome addition to the edible landscape tantalizing towers of peas are upright self-supporting plants with branches at 90-degree angles. Patio-perfect compact plants branches boast 2-3 pods and 2-3
This cherry tomato with its compact dwarf habit offers a prolonged nonstop harvest of delectable round 1” fruits-just right for snacks dips and salads. The plants of this AAS 2011 winner grow just 16-20” tall and 20” wide prime candidates
This Japanese mustard reputedly Indian in origin has a mild slightly peppery taste. The heirloom’s leaves add pizzazz to gourmet mixed-green salads and are delicious sauteed or stir-fried. Bright green and heavily serrated the leaves have a picturesque feathery look
Cue the tomatoes. When it comes to tomatoes we say the earlier the better! Multitalented variety has it all: earliness (five days earlier than standard varieties two weeks earlier than tomatoes of equal size) flavor size and yield. Round 5-6
Meet the mightiest meatiest eggplant ever. Imagine fresh home-grown vine-ripened meat: thats Meatball. Fruits dense moist flavorful flesh captures the flavor and texture of meat as no other eggplantor any vegetablecan. Roly-poly jewel-toned
Returning from Burpee’s garden trials this was a favorite among the staff! Four ounce yellow fruits will light up the garden and your palate alike. These 2″ yellow cocktail tomatoes have sparkling flavor that gives your tongue something to talk
Tip-top tomato taste! Our exclusive grape tomato sets a high standard. Consistently the top choice in our summer taste tests Napa maintains a higher sugar content than any other grape tomato-and the sweetness doesn’t fade in late summer. The elongated
Delectable Italian type pods yield in bushels. Best when 5-6″ long the flat pods load up onto squat 16″ tall plants in just 55 days! They are resistant to the Bean Common Mosaic Virus.
The sweetness of garden peas is legendary. This Burpee-bred early extremely prolific all-purpose pea produces straight 3″ pods filled with 8 to 10 medium to large peas. It freezes well and is an outstanding winter crop in Zones 9-11. The