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  1. 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

  2. Kyoto Mizuna

    KYOTO MIZUNA GREENS (43 days heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM This popular Japanese green is often used as part of a Mesclun mix, but we feel it merits individual attention. The very attractive, deeply cut and serrated, narrow leaves grow vigorously into large bunched heads which resist bolting and allow for extended picking. With a mild, pleasant cabbagey flavor, Mizuna can be eaten raw in salads, or cooked in stir-fries, soups, etc. 400 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  3. 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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  4. Tatsoi Green

    TATSOI GREEN (45-50 days)

    Also called spinach mustard or spoon mustard, it has dark green spoon shaped leaves and white stalks. Grows in a thick rosette close to the ground and is eaten raw or added to stir-fries. It may be harvested at once or the leaves can be picked individually for mixed salads. A great plant to grow in the fall into winter as it can withstand temperatures down to 15 degrees. 50 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  5. MELOKHIYA GREEN (60 days)

    MELOKHIYA GREEN (60 days)

    The most widely used vegetable in Egypt, Melokhiya is very healthy and nutritious. It contains calcium, carotene, and B complex vitamins. The young leaves and shoots can be used to flavor and thicken soups and stews and can also be cut and dried for winter use. It does need full sun. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.35

  6. 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

  7. Braising Greens

    BRAISING GREENS

    This braising blend emphasizes various varieties of mustards and arugulas. "Braising" is a method of cooking tender vegetables in a minimum amount of water or liquid, sometimes just to the point of wilting them. The result with this mix is a spicy one. Do not overcook as the arugula will lose some of its flavor. These greens will enhance your diet year-round and can be grown in regular potting soil in just about any sort of container. 3300 seeds Learn More
    $1.95

  8. Spigariello Greens

    SPIGARIELLO LISCIA GREENS (44 days)

    This green produces large, broad leaves which can be harvested continually from spring through much of the summer. It is a small heading broccoli so eventually it will produce a tight little head. The flavor is sweet and satisfying. This green will contribute to a whole seasons worth of salads and is delicious in combination with arugula. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  9. RUCOLA SELVATICA ARUGULA (50 days)

    RUCOLA SELVATICA ARUGULA (50 days)

    A slower-maturing, spicier strain of arugula or roquette (Eruca sativa). Tender, dark green leaves are narrow, deeply cut, and have a more intense nutty and peppery flavor than other arugulas. Highly recommended for those who love the piquant mesclun mixes. Plants are short, under 8 inches, and slow to bolt, allowing a spring, summer, and fall harvest when planted successively. Another option is to use W257, the Arugula from our Italian section for your first picking and then this one for the rest of the summer. 400 seeds Learn More
    $1.35

  10. Rose Orach Greens

    ROSE ORACH GREENS (heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM Orach has been cultivated for 3000 years. It is also know as butter leaves or mountain spinach and is in fact an excellent spinach substitute. The striking plants will eventually grow to 5 feet in height but you can begin harvesting the leaves when the plant is very young. The most tender leaves are available before the height exceeds 18 inches. The fully mature plant is very ornamental and can be used in dried arrangements. Orach is primarily used in salads but can also be cooked as you would spinach. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  11. MITSUBA JAPANESE PARSLEY (50 days)

    MITSUBA JAPANESE PARSLEY (50 days)

    An uncommon aromatic herb cultivated for Japanese cuisine that has a parsley and celery essence. Use the leaves or slender white stalks, even the roots for salads, flavoring soups, rice dishes or use your culinary imagination and expiriment with its flavor. Use it as a young seedling or up to 6-8 inches when its stalks can be harvested. Mitsuba grows best in a moist shady area during the summer heat or full sun in the cooler early and late part of the season. 300 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  12. Red Shisho

    RED SHISO HERB

    Perilla frutescens The leaves of this Asian herb are dark purplish-red and quite curly. Grows to 4 feet high and is very striking as an ornamental. Flavor is hard to describe, some say it is like coriander, others notice a basil-like or cinnamon flavor. Leaves are used fresh to season fish, and wrapped around almost anything. Flowering shoots are fried in tempura, or used in soups. The seeds are ground and are one of the "seven spices". 300 seeds ? Learn More
    $1.25

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