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  1. ARUGULA (38 days)

    ARUGULA (38 days)

    A somewhat pungent salad green. Young leaves are sort of nutty and mustardy, older leaves can become unpleasantly bitter. It is wise to protect this plant from flea beetles with a row cover. This is the best variety for March-April planting and May-June harvests. Arugula Rucola Selvatica (W331) in the Continental section is better for the rest of the summer. Plant 4 seeds per square foot. 500 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  2. Rossa di Chioggia Radicchio

    ROSSA DI CHIOGGIA RADICCHIO (70 days)

    A beautiful Radicchio, Rossa Di Chiogga is an early small heading type that needs only a foot of space per plant. Hence, this variety is a fine choice for home gardeners. Plant them in succession for continued harvest over the long season. 200 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  3. Tyfon Holland Greens

    HOLLAND GREENS TYFON (42 days)

    If you'd like to feed an army from an area the size of a coffee table, this may be the vegetable for you. This brassica is a cross between Chinese Cabbage and Turnips. The greens mature very rapidly to a couple of feet. They can be cut early and often throughout the entire growing season. Unlike other brassica greens, Tyfon contains no mustard oil so the flavor is very mild. 200 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  4. Watercress

    WATERCRESS (50 days)

    Nasturtium Officinale. This is true watercress and surprisingly easy to grow. Start in small pots and keep moist but not wet for the first month. After the plant has made some growth immerse the pot in a container of water WITH THE WATER COMING UP TO THE LIP of the pot and change the water periodically. The tender leaves are the most succulent green imaginable. Plants yield well for several months and then taper off so you might want to make an additional mid-season planting. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  5. Saltwort

    SALT WORT GREENS (40 days heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM 1700s A traditional Japanese culinary herb and green, native to the salt marshes of Japan. Long, thin, succulent crunchy leaves with a fresh and very slight salty taste. Use for salads and sushi, steam the older chutes or pick extremely young for micro greens. A healthful plant that is rich in both vitamins and minerals. 50 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

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  6. SPEEDY ROQUETTE (39 days)

    SPEEDY ROQUETTE (39 days)

    We sell the rough, quick to mature, quick to bolt arugula (W257) in the italian section. We sell the more refinded, more serrated, slower to mature arugula (W331) in the continental section. We are now quite excited about Speedy - a cross between the two. The serrated leaves mature remarkably quickly, but you don't get a bolting problem accompanying the earliness. Flavor is great - spicy, memorable. Of course Speedy is a good choice to grow right in the garden. 50 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  7. Yu Choi Sum

    YU CHOI SUM GREEN (20 days)

    A fast growing green, harvested young as small leaves called Yu Choi or mature with the leaves, stems and flowers just about to open, as Yu Choi Sum. Young leaves have a light broccoli/chard flavor and the mature plant; with its thick tender stalks has a pleasant bitter taste. Steam or stir fry and toss with some vinegar, garlic, soy sauce and ginger. 300 seeds. Learn More
    $0.95

  8. SPICY ASIAN MIX 1/2 OZ

    SPICY ASIAN 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. Fast maturing greens from our Asian vegetable section such as mizuna, pai tsai, mustards, lettuce and bunching onion. 1/2 oz Learn More
    $2.95

  9. CATALOGNA EMERALD DANDELION

    CATALOGNA EMERALD DANDELION

    Cichorium Intybus. Also known as Italian dandelion. Why would you intentionally grow something that everyone else is trying to get rid of? Because this refined variety has smoother, longer leaves and a delicious flavor when harvested young. By using succession plantings you can have them throughout the season, not just a couple of weeks during the spring. 100 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  10. ESCAROLE ENDIVE MESCLUN MIX

    ESCAROLE ENDIVE MESCLUN MIX

    A number of varieties of escarole and endive comprise this mixture. Many of these do tend to bolt in hot weather so best planted when it is cool. Great for salads and braising. 200 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  11. Goldgelber Purslane

    GOLDGELBER PURSLANE (26 days)

    It is interesting that some of the peskiest weeds from our gardens are cultivated and valued as delicacies on the Continent. Lambs lettuce and dandelions come immediately to mind, but I think that you will find that this cultivated purslane bears little resemblance to the weed. It is much more erect and the leaves are very large and meaty; color is a bright golden green and the flavor is really wonderful, a bit citric. It is harvested over a long period. 200 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  12. Cress Upland

    CRESS-UPLAND (40 days)

    For those of you who like spicy, tangy, and piquant tasting salads, here's another green to try. This is a broad, smooth leaved cress which is very productive and very fast growing. Plant in 2 week successions for a summer full of peppery flavor, similar to Nasturtium leaves but notably hotter. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

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