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  1. CHING CHANG BOK CHOY

    CHING CHANG BOK CHOY

    These greens will enhance your diet year-round and can be grown in regular potting soil in just about any sort of container. Ching Chang simply means baby Bok Choy. You should be able to grow half a dozen of these compact plants in a good sized pot and begin cutting within 45 days and continue to harvest the delicious leaves for another 40 or so days thereafter. 50 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  2. MUSTARD-GREEN WAVE

    MUSTARD-GREEN WAVE

    The plant is a verdant dark green, and is slow to bolt. Green Wave grows 2 feet in height and improves in flavor after a light frost. Try the frilly leaves as a salad green or steamed. High in vitamins A & C. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

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  3. Red Giant India Mustard

    RED GIANT Mustard (30 days)

    Also referred to as Giant Japanese or Miike Purple, this easy to grow, vigorous brassica adds piquancy to salads and is good in stir-fries, quickly boiled, or pickled. Plant early in the spring or in mid-summer for fall harvests (about 1/4" deep). Plants will grow a foot tall with large, slightly fringed leaves of a deep purplish-red. They are winter-hardy and slow to bolt. Indian mustard is relatively unbothered by either insects or diseases. The flavor is mustardy but not really "hot" until it starts to bolt. In addition to spicing up salads, try a few leaves on a sandwich for the mustard flavor. 100 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  4. All Year Round Lettuce

    ALL YEAR ROUND LETTUCE (53 days)

    This butterhead variety is very popular in England and Australia. As the name implies it can be sown at any time, spring to fall, and will be slow to bolt. The crisp, tight hearts are an appealing light green with the centers appearing blanched. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  5. PINETREE LETTUCE MIX

    PINETREE LETTUCE MIX

    Begin harvesting at 40 days. 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. 500 sds. Learn More
    $1.50

  6. PINETREE LETTUCE MIX - 1/2  OZ PACKAGE

    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

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. BRONZE MIGNONETTE LETTUCE (53 days)

    BRONZE MIGNONETTE LETTUCE (53 days)

    A butterhead type but with a saucy, bronzy-red tinge on the edges of the leaves. The loose heads run about 10 inches in size. 500 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  11. TAN-TAN LETTUCE (55 days)

    TAN-TAN LETTUCE (55 days)

    A unique little gem type from a prominent German grower. Tan Tan forms a very tight buttery head which can harvested young or individually leaves can be scavenged almost immediately. Flavor is fine on meaty green leaves. Can also be grown in the garden of course. 50 seeds Learn More
    $1.75

  12. New Red Fire Lettuce

    NEW RED FIRE LETTUCE (45 days)

    The grower describes this variety as "slow to bolt", an understatement in our experience, it holds without bolting better than most. One year, we picked from the same planting the entire season. It is also a very early variety and one of the most attractive lettuces with a very deep red color and impressively frilly leaves. Taste is very pleasant, a real winner. 300 Seeds Learn More
    $1.50

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