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- Compact beneficial plant with small whitete flowers.
- 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. The flavor is peppery and can add a kick to any salad or dish.
- Classic Fava bean with excellent flavor and heavy production.
- This variety has deep red and purple leaves with roots dark as blood. This particular beet is grown just as much for those colorful leaves as they are for the dark centers. Great for making a deep dark Borscht soup. One of our favorite soups!
- Growers can use the greens or the globes. 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.
- Colorful and nutritious, this beautiful, bright purple sprouting broccoli does wonderfully in mild climates allowing it to produce sprout after sprout of broccoli goodness.
- A popular market variety, this broccoli produces tight, large heads and side shoots that can be harvested for an extended period of time. Great for container gardening.
- This sturdy variety is grown for is side shoots and large heads that form on easy to harvest stocks. Heads can reach 6-7" in size and continue to produce side shoots after the main head is harvested. This broccoli is widely adapted, drought tolerant and a great selection to grow for a fall crop. The side shoots will produce for 7-8" weeks after the main head is harvested and growers can enjoy the good freezing quailies of this broccoli. Waltham 29 broccoli was named for Waltham, MA where it was developed in the 1950s.
- This durable cabbage produces wonderfully under 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 blonde, short season cabbage has a ball-shaped head that weighs 4 to 5 pounds. Many love this variety for delicious sauerkraut, paried with corned beef or in Grandma's famous coleslaw recipe.
- This purple, highly nutritious cabbage has a ball-shaped head that weighs 4 to 5 pounds.
- A popular carrot and for good reason! They are a sweet and crisp carrot, especially when young.
- Carrots are annual crops that grow in the cooler months of the year. In mild climates like that of Southern California, you can grow carrots year-round with a bit of extra work. This particular variety is a classic carrots 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.
- This hierloom carrot is a steady producer that keeps giving and giving every season.
- This striking lime-green cauliflower has pointed, spiraled pinnacles that form amazing heads. It will wow every gardener!
This versatile and early cauliflower produces tasty, compact heads. Succession plant for repeat production all season long.
- Sale!Golden Pascal Celery seed produces crunchy tasty stalks that have an unmatched flavor to that of store-bought celery.
Lovage is a specialty culinary and medicinal seed. Young leaves taste like celery and can be used in many recipes. Roots of lovage are also edible. If allowed to flower, Lovage flowers are one a favorite of beneficial insects such as lacewings, parasitic wasps, and more.
- A child and adult favorite! Packed full of vitamins and nutrients, these colorful plants are as beautiful as they are nutritious.
- Staro chives produce heavy sets of leaves great for fresh use or freezing. Staro chives also produce delicious edible flowers.
These succulent collards can provide greens to your kitchen table all season. This productive collard variety will produce loads of tender leaves that will fill your kitchen.
- This essential herb is a must-have for pickles, dressing, bread and more.
- Similar to kale, this green is a garden rock star! It's mildly flavored, versatile, and thrives in Southern California gardens. Ethiopian kale is a must in your garden!
- Tropical milkweed or sometimes called bloodflower is an eye-catching plant that produces bright flowers of red, orange and yellow. This plant provides a valuable source of nutrition for monarch butterflies and their caterpillars. Plant bloodflower in your garden and you are sure to see the amazing yellow and black striped caterpillars (larvae) that are the first stages of the monarch butterfly. Monarchs will lay eggs on the milkweed plant in March and April. Once the eggs hatch the caterpillars will consume huge portions of the milkweed plant as they prepare to turn into the monarch butterfly.
- Great Lakes lettuce seed produces crisp, sweet, and crunchy iceberg lettuce heads that are NOTHING like those from the store. Honestly, most people say iceberg has no flavor, but not when they are eating this variety. It's our favorite iceberg lettuce, grows well into the warmer months of the spring and can be planted early in the warm months of the fall.