Extremely fragrant and tender, this Italian variety is sure to please.
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- A breathtaking plant, Burgundy Amaranth makes a striking addition to your garden. Tall plants growing as high as 6 feet produce large stalks of deep burgundy plumes.
- Red Leaf Amaranth, also called Chinese Spinach, is a beautiful addition to your garden—and tasty too! The leaves are eaten just like spinach, raw or cooked. What is most impressive is that they keep their color when cooked.
- This hardy annual thrives in cool weather. For Southern California growers, arugula may be planted year-round in moderate areas. It will be one of the first greens of spring if left in the garden to reseed.
- Kapoor Tulsi or Holy basil is a flavorful herb and one of our favorite varieties of basil. Use fresh or dried in an array of medicinal and culinary applications. We love it freshly picked in tea with a sprig of mint.
- Try this basil with a twist! Lemon basil has a sweet citrus flavor that goes great in savory and sweet dishes alike.
- Purple Opal Basil stuns with gorgeous purple leaves that add color to every dish. A great addition to your pollinator garden once it flowers!
- This bush bean is a French variety that produces loads and loads of the tastiest beans! Buttery and slightly sweet with beautiful yellow pods that are long and rounded. This variety of bean surpasses other wax beans in production and uniformity. Great for the home gardener or market grower.
- Classic Fava bean with excellent flavor and heavy production. Broad Windsor Fava bean is used as a valuable cover crop and green manure that also makes for tasty meals!
- Deep red and purple leaves with dark blood-red roots. Grown as much for their colorful leaves as they are for their dark centers!
- Great for fresh eating or canning, this is a superb beet with versatile uses in the kitchen. Globes grow about 3" in diameter and greens can be harvested all season long. This variety of beet sprouts well in cold spring conditions and can stand the warm fall conditions of Southern California and beyond.
- Steve's Tender Early Green broccoli produces an early central head with tons of side shoots for a continuous harvest all season long.
- A popular market variety, Green Sprouting Calabrese Broccoli produces tight, large green heads and side shoots that can be harvested for an extended period of time. Great for container gardening.
- This sturdy variety of broccoli is grown for its side shoots and large heads that form on easy to harvest stocks. Heads can reach 6-7" in size. Waltham 29 broccoli is widely adapted, drought-tolerant, and a great selection to grow for a fall crop. It will continue to produce side shoots after the main head is harvested—side shoots will produce for 7-8 weeks after the main head is harvested. After harvest growers can enjoy the good freezing qualities of this broccoli. Waltham 29 broccoli was named for Waltham, MA where it was developed in the 1950s.
- Tepary beans are a semi bush legume that has a long history in the southwestern United States. Native peoples have grown these beans since the pre-Columbian times. Tepary beans are more drought-tolerant than the common garden bean and resistant to many bean diseases.
- This durable cabbage produces wonderfully in less than ideal conditions. All-Season Cabbage is a great cabbage for Southern California and can produce well in warm winters. Medium-sized heads.
- This purple, highly nutritious cabbage has a ball-shaped head that weighs 4 to 5 pounds. Many love this variety for delicious sauerkraut.
- A classic favorite dating back to the 1920s, this ribbed melon has a heavily netted skin. We found this variety to be a bit more drought tolerant than most. Loves HOT weather.
- Our Scarlet Nantes carrots are selected specifically for their productivity in the less than desirable soils of the American southwest. This particular variety is a classic carrot that produces tasty, reliable carrots. Ready in only 65-75 days, this finely flavored carrot does well as a bunching carrot and as a storage carrot.
- Chantenay carrots have broad shoulders and blunt ends that make them great carrots for growing in heavy soils. Chantenay carrots are an excellent processing and storage carrot. If you've had trouble growing carrots in hard, heavy soils, this is the one for you!
- This heirloom carrot is a steady producer that keeps giving and giving every season.
- Is this food, art, or both! We love Romanesco cauliflower for its amazing spiral-shaped head. It will wow every gardener!
This versatile and early cauliflower produces large tight heads of white cauliflower. Succession plant for repeat production all season long.
- Golden Pascal Celery seed produces crunchy stalks with an unmatched flavor to that of store-bought celery.
Lovage is a specialty culinary and medicinal herb. Young leaves taste like celery and can be used in many recipes. Its roots are also edible. If allowed to flower, the flowers are a favorite of beneficial insects such as lacewings, parasitic wasps, and more.