Vibrant purple skin with bright orange flesh and unusual yellow core.
Adored by carrot aficionados for its yellow core and spicy-yet-sweet flavor! Roots are full-sized at 7" long, thrive in heavy soils and are very hardy. Improved from a USDA specimen by Dr. John Navazio, with lycopene content equal to tomatoes! Specialty appeal. 7" Danvers-type
Vigorous plants were a hit in our trials, producing huge juicy bulbs.
Very large, uniform bulbs with slightly flattened shape. Finale stores well, keeping good quality and maintaining a crisp, juicy texture and pleasant flavor. Excellent bolt resistance. Bolt-resistant. 4" bulbs
Little Crunch is a delicious new snap pea developed especially for growing in containers. These versatile and ornamental 24-30 inch vines grow quickly and reward you with lots of chubby, crunchy-sweet pods that make scrumptious, fresh-from-the-vine snacks and fast stirfries. Train the little vines up short supports and they’re even easier to pick. Great for growing with kids who love to eat them snapped fresh off the vine.
This highly productive, 5-8 foot tall vining snap pea has eye-catching bicolored purple blossoms that really shine in the garden. These pretty flowers are soon followed by an abundance of well filled, crunchy-sweet, plump pods. Keep the succulent pods picked (they are delicious right off the vine) and the vines will keep producing pods over a long harvest season. Sow again mid to late summer for fall harvest. Magnolia Blossom vines easily twine up any vertical supports making it quick and easy t..
Small, mild Japanese pepper for roasting, pan-frying and grilling.
Thin walls blister and char easily when roasted or grilled, taking on rich flavor that is delicious with coarse salt and lemon juice. Pepper lore has it that the occasional fruit will display heat. Typically harvested and used green, but eventually turns orange and red with sweeter flavor. Prolific! Spreading habit. 2-4" mild fruits. Scoville heat units (SHU): 50 – 200. Very mild.
Unusual jet-black skin makes a gorgeous contrast with the bright white flesh.
Also known as Black Winter radish, with rich spicy flavor excellent for salads and cruditee. Coarse outer skin allows for exceptionally long storage in the ground or the root cellar. Often eaten in Germany as a "beer radish", served thinly sliced with salt and paired with a light beer. Fall/winter crop. Stores well.
Wins every taste test with its unique, slightly nutty flavor and exceptional texture.
Italian heirloom with tender, gray-green skin and prominent ribbing that give this variety a distinctive appearance. Great picked at 6" or smaller and fried whole with the flower still attached. Gourmet variety. Harvest at 6". Maturity 54 days.