HEIRLOOM. Bull’s Blood has the reddest foliage we have ever seen. The earliest thinnings spark up spring and fall salads with a leaf color as richly dark red as radicchio. As the roots enlarge the baby beets are also delicious
Cook’s Garden Favorite. If you have never grown these sweet creamy little ears of corn — only 3 to 3 1/2 inches long 1/4- to 1/2-inch in diameter and less than an ounce at harvest – you are in for
Called Ancho when dried Poblano when fresh. This is one of the most popular peppers grown in Mexico. Plants grow to 2 1/2 ft. tall. Fully ripened red fruits are much hotter and flavorful than the earlier picked green ones.
We’ve come to appreciate seedless watermelons and virtually seedless cucumbers-now the world’s first seedless tomato! Beyond the lack of seeds to digest this tomato is first rate for taste-the perfect balance of flavor and sweetness meat and gel solid firmness
This leek is huge up to 15″ long and 2″ across but what really makes it special is how extraordinarily early it is to grow. You can forget about the hassle of starting the seed indoors. Just sow the seeds
Medium hot 4-5″ fruits on 30″ plants mature quickly from green to dark red and dry fast on the plants. Harvest about 69 days after plants are set outside. Tie several peppers on a long string to hang for drying.
Sweet Chinese Giant was twice as big as the largest bell pepper of its day. Plants are a compact 24″ tall. Fruits are usually 4 by 4″ but Mr. Burpee pointed out that if you thin the fruits they can
Burpee bred Picklebush has unbelievably compact vines that get only 2′ long. White-spined fruits have classic pickle look deep green with paler stripes. Up to 4 1/2″ long 1 1/2″ across at maturity but use them at any size. Very
Originating in South Russia the highest yields are produced in areas with very cold winters. Glazed purple bulbs with a tinge of gold are stunning. Purple Glazer produces a deliciously tender and mild garlic scape and the cloves offer a
Medium round brown globes have sweet yellow flesh. This is a high yielding onion that resists bolting. Does well in storage. Certified Organic Seed.
A short-day mid-sized onion especially suited for southern climes. Excellent for storing the hard thick flattened pale red bulbs have pungent spicy purple-red flesh.
Thai Fire is a Turban garlic from Bangkok with rich complex flavor. Nut brown to royal purple colored bulb covers give way to cloves that gradually increase in heat intensity from first bite. Turbans are among the earliest harvesting garlic
Chinese Pink is the earliest to harvest in spring when planted the previous fall. You can have garlic at least a month earlier than main season varieties. Has a deliciously strong flavor with a mild heat making it great for
This All-America Selections winner is a very prolific frying pepper that is also recommended fresh in salads. Tapered fruits grow 4 1/2″ long by 2 1/2″ wide and matures from yellow to orange to red.
A flavorful heirloom variety that produces 6-8 pure-white heads. When colder weather arrives its leaves will curl upright and self-wrap.
Huge solid scarlet fruits average 1 lb.; some even weigh 2 lb. Smooth crack-free excellent slicer with extra delicious flavor.
This large dark purple heirloom tomato from Tennessee is rumored to have come from Cherokee gardeners. With its rich full flavor it’s often compared with Brandywine. The flesh is brick-red and very attractive sliced on a plate. Plants produce large
All-America Selections winner. This Burpee bred bean is heat-resistant and thrives in adverse conditions. The heavy yields of 4″ pods with 3-5 large beans each are excellent for freezing. Proven tops for productivity flavor and wide adaptability. Bush varieties mature
De Cicco is an excellent choice for extended harvests for home gardeners. Vigorous plants yield 3-4″ blue-green heads. After cutting the main head more side shoots develop producing many more small to medium-sized heads through the summer. Good for steaming
Compact plants produce paste-type tomatoes resistant to Verticillium and Fusarium wilts. Meaty interiors and few seeds. GARDEN HINTS: Fertilize when first fruits form to increase yield. Water deeply once a week during very dry weather.