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  1. 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
    $1.50

  2. Arugula (1/2 oz.)

    Arugula (1/2 oz.)

    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. 1/2 oz. Learn More
    $2.95

  3. Basil (1/2 oz.)

    Basil (1/2 oz.)

    Ocimum Basilicum. A staple in so many Mediterranean dishes, this strain is selected for maximum leaf production and dramatic flavor. Grows to a height of 2 feet and produces throughout the season. A most productive and dependable pesto producer. 1/2 oz. Learn More
    $3.25

  4. Black Gold Seedling Mix 8 Qt

    BLACK GOLD SEEDLING MIX 8 QT

    This national leading supplier, Black Gold, has a long term commitment to sustainability and organic gardening. This organic seedling mix is double-screened to a fine texture allowing plenty of aeration even when wet, therefore encouraging high germination on even the tiniest seeds. This blend contains Canadian sphagnum moss, fine perlite to ensure it doesn?t pack down, and a wetting agent to ensure rapid water retention. The perfect mix for germinating seeds in pots, flats or plug trays. Learn More
    $8.95

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  5. 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

  6. Bulls Blood Beet (1/2 oz.)

    Bulls Blood Beet (1/2 oz.)

    Beta Vulgaris V Cruenta. Annual. There is no green color anywhere in this plant. Start 1/2 inch deep as soon as ground can be worked. Should be ready for harvest in about 55 days. Produces a deep red dye, rumored to be the only red dye allowed in Sweden. Beets are small but edible and sweet.1/2 oz. Learn More
    $2.95

  7. 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

  8. Cilantro (1/2 oz.)

    Cilantro (1/2 oz.)

    The primary use of cilantro in Latin American cooking is the leaves. We have a special variety that is bred to maximize foliage production and not bolt. In our trials, this variety produced three times the yield of regular cilantro over a much longer period. It is often used in combination with tomatillo, tomatoes, and chiles, creating unforgettable sauces. It is also known as Mexican parsley or Chinese parsley. 1/2 oz. Learn More
    $3.25

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  9. Seedling Pea

    Dwarf Grey Sugar Pea

    Many restaurants have begun using these tasty pea leaves in salads and they are very easy to grow. Plant one or tow dozen seeds fairly closely together in a good sized container using regular potting soil. In about a month you can begin cutting the succulent leaves, 10 days later you will begin getting a few with blossoms, and 20 days after that some of the cuttings will include small snow pea pods. This is a branching variety so you can continue cutting over a long period. 1 oz 150 seeds Learn More
    $1.95

  10. Early Wonder Beet

    EARLY WONDER BEET (50 days heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM 1911 Somewhat earlier than the other full-sized beets. The tops are medium to tall and excellent for greens. Root is globular with a relatively small tap root. Dark red color and good flavor. 300 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  11. EDIBLE FLOWER AND HERB MIX

    EDIBLE FLOWER AND HERB MIX

    We import this unique mixture from Holland. These greens will enhance your diet year-round and can be grown in regular potting soil in just about any sort of container. It makes for a delicious and attractive window garden. The herbs and edible flowers are both aromatic and tasty, adding both color and flavor to salads, meat dishes and soups. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.95

  12. 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
    $1.50

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