Thick, finely curled leaves of Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch are produced earlier than many other kale varieties. This leafy green is nutritious and essential to every garden. Sautéing and wilting improve the flavor, giving it a mild finish.
A tender romaine favorite, Freckles romaine lettuce provides gardeners with succulent leaves of lettuce that can be picked as needed. Both heat and bolt resistant, it is ideal for growing in Southern California and the American Southwest.
A flavorful mix of kales, lettuces, and mustard greens. This Mesclun mix can be grown as a “cut and come again” crop. Simply cut the tops off the greens to enjoy and watch them grow back! Water frequently and mulch heavily to retain moisture. Use shade cloth to extend the season.
These tasty Green Zebra tomatoes are perfect for snacking, salads, or for making salsa verde. Green Zebra fruit begins to turn an orange/yellow color when ripe, making this a fun tomato for kids to observe from start to finish.
The Cosmic Purple carrot was developed by Dr. Philip Simon and staff at the USDA ARS in Madison, Wisconsin, in 2005. This variety has bright purple skin that contrasts beautifully with its yellow-orange flesh.
Large Red Cherry tomato is a standard on the farm! Be ready to make jars and jars of salsa and tomato sauce with this plant, as it will give you an outstanding number of fruits. Fruits of about 1″ are grown in clusters, each ripening at different periods. Perfect for a long season of harvesting.
Long Purple Eggplant is richer and milder than most, pleasing the pickiest of eggplant lovers! This Italian heirloom is long and slender in shape. Fewer seeds and thin skin make this eggplant variety ideal for cooking.
An English staple and a great market variety, Green Arrow Peas are a must-have in your garden. These cool-season peas have ever producing pods of about 4 inches. Individual pods can have many seeds giving you a large and tasty harvest.
Lemon cucumbers break out of the ordinary with round yellow fruit that is sweet and tender. Excellent in salads or just slicing and munching! Normal-sized vines yield heavily for an extended amount of time.
Lacinato, sometimes called dinosaur kale, is the most popular variety of kale. It is often used to make kale chips and is great in salads or cooked dishes. This variety is very prolific and one plant can give you kale all season long.