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  1. COLLARDS-VATES (75 days)

    COLLARDS-VATES (75 days)

    This is a large plant in the brassica family, popular in the South although easily grown anywhere. Generally it is used cooked and flavor seems to improve after a frost. Vitamin content is excellent. Leaves are an attractive blue-green. Requires several square feet of space when fully mature. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $0.95

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  2. SPICY ITALIAN MIX 1/2 OZ

    SPICY ITALIAN MIX 1/2 OZ

    Micro greens have recently become the rage in trendy restaurants.These can easily be grown in a window box, on your deck, or even indoors in a sunny location in the dead of winter. We have developed these mixes to enhance your salads year-round, and all can be grown in regular potting soil in just about any sort of low, flat container. Sow the seeds close together and it won't be long before you see growth. When the third set of leaves begin to develop you can start to take cuttings. You can continue to take cuttings every few days for several weeks. This mix includes cress, basil, arugula, endive, escarole, radicchio, chicory, and mustard. 1/2 oz Learn More
    $2.95

  3. Red Garnet Amaranth

    AMARANTH - RED GARNET

    This lovely Amaranth is a versatile vegetable, grain, or ornamental. The young leaves are a colorful addition to any salad and an excellent spinach substitute. Eventually the plant matures into a five foot tall ornamental distinguished by its dramatic burgundy leaves. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.35

  4. KITCHEN SINK MIX 1 OZ

    KITCHEN SINK MIX 1 OZ

    Micro greens have recently become the rage in trendy restaurants.These can easily be grown in a window box, on your deck, or even indoors in a sunny location in the dead of winter. We have developed these mixes to enhance your salads year-round and all can be grown in regular potting soil in just about any sort of low, flat container. Sow the seeds close together and it won't be long before you see growth. When the third set of leaves begin to develop you can start to take cuttings. You can continue to take cuttings every few days for several weeks. This huge blend includes many greens, lettuces, chards, onions, and herbs. A total of 16 varieties. A superb salad mix. 1 oz Learn More
    $3.95

  5. DWARF BLUE CURLED KALE (55 days)

    DWARF BLUE CURLED KALE (55 days)

    HEIRLOOM 1863 Kale is so attractive it can be grown for its appearance alone. Finely curled blue-green leaves are carried on compact, 1 foot plants. Good fresh or cooked, either before or after a frost. Plant at the rate of four plants per square foot. 30 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  6. Nero di Toscana Kale

    DINOSAUR KALE (Nero di Toscana)

    HEIRLOOM 1885 Also known as Tuscan Black Palm or Lacinato. A unique kale with very large, rounded, well filled, meaty leaves. Plants are large, hardy, and vigorous, and the flavor is bold. 30 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  7. STARBOR KALE (F1 hybrid 45 days)

    STARBOR KALE (F1 hybrid 45 days)

    An excellent variety for home gardeners due to its compact growth habit, lovely blue green color, good flavor, and frost tolerance. This one stands out as the choice for the discriminating grower to whom plant size is not the primary consideration. 30 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

  8. Redbor Kale

    REDBOR KALE (F1 hybrid 55 days)

    A beautiful purple-red kale with very curly tender leaves. Redbor has a wonderful flavor either raw or cooked. While it is ready to harvest in just 7 weeks it also lasts well into the fall and the normally 2' foot plants can rise to a height of 5 feet in a long growing season. Regrows well after leaves are harvested and the flavor actually improves after a light frost. 30 seeds. Learn More
    $1.95

  9. Lettuce Mix

    PINETREE LETTUCE MIX - 1/2 OZ PACKAGE

    Sow heavy seeded rows every 10-14 days for baby greens. We have been experimenting with various Mesclun Mixes from France and Italy and you will find these in the ethnic vegetable sections. We see a number of advantages to mixing greens: you get a variety of colors, textures, tastes and maturation times from the same planting. This mix has a uniquely American twist, however; they are all leaf lettuces and all sweet varieties. The mix will contain most of the loose-leaf varieties in the catalog and nearly a dozen others. This has become our best selling item and we continue to receive hundreds of compliments on it. 1/2 oz package. Approx. 10,000 sds. Learn More
    $4.95

  10. MIDNIGHT RUFFLES LETTUCE (48 days)

    MIDNIGHT RUFFLES LETTUCE (48 days)

    This new variety from an Oregon breeder is the darkest red lettuce we have seen, almost black in color. The leafy plant is full in the center with serrated leaf edges, blistered leaves, and red midrib and veins. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  11. Freckles Lettuce

    FRECKLES LETTUCE (70 days)

    A unique and attractive romaine. Medium green leaves are freckled and blotched with burgundy spots. Flavor of the meaty leaves is great and they are very slow to turn bitter. Adds interest to any salad. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  12. Red Sails Lettuce

    RED SAILS LETTUCE (45 days)

    This attractive bronze-red lettuce, a 1985 All America Winner, is an early looseleaf type. It has a very open head and is relatively slow to bolt. Succession plantings can be made through the summer. According to the grower, this variety has 6 times the vitamin A and 3 times the vitamin C as supermarket lettuce. Red Sails also grows well indoors under lights. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.35

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