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  1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 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

  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. 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

  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. Sorrel

    SORREL GREEN (48 days)

    Known as Oseille in France, Sorrel is a popular vegetable there. In the US it is sometimes known as dock. The flavor is somewhat acidic, reminiscent of citrus fruit. In France, it is often pureed and served with a cream sauce or fresh in salads with a vinaigrette. Also makes a splendid soup. It is easy to grow and nutritious, providing ample harvests throughout the seasons. 150 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  8. ROSSO DI VERONA RADICCHIO (92 days)

    ROSSO DI VERONA RADICCHIO (92 days)

    This red chicory, popular for centuries in Italy, makes a good fall crop in American gardens. It should be started in late June or July. Initially, the elongated leaves will be green, but they will turn red and form a loose, open head as days shorten in autumn. Plants can also be brought into the cellar for forcing in winter. We've had luck with leaving plants in the garden over the winter with a light mulch for spring harvests. Flavor is delicate, slightly bitter, and unique. 200 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  9. RED GRUNER PURSLANE (50 days)

    RED GRUNER PURSLANE (50 days)

    Upright stems with a pretty red tone and large soft green, fleshy leaves. Pick and use as needed for mixed salads or garnish a gourmet dish. A juicy, very tasty addition to salads. 200 seeds. Learn More
    $1.35

  10. Fun Jen

    FUN JEN GREENS (F1 hyrbird 35 days)

    A very early and tasty, semi-spreading green that tolerates both heat and cold well. About a month after planting you begin to harvest the light green leaves. When fully mature, you can chop up the snow white stems for stir-fries. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

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  11. 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

  12. Mibuna Mustard Green

    MIBUNA MUSTARD GREEN (41 days)

    This strap leaf Asian green is a great addition to braising mixes. The long thin leaves resemble those of dandelions but Mibuna is easier and faster to grow. The mild mustardy flavor also serves as a slightly spicy addition to salads. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $0.95

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