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Amaranth - Callaloo - Joseph's Coat
A blazing whirl of fantastic colors-brilliant red against flame yellow with a green contrast. Joseph's Coat is beautiful when used in containers, edging or mass plantings. So striking it can be planted as a specimen plant. Celebrate with the fireworks of this spectacular centerpiece. Grows up to 3', full sun. Heat and drought tolerant. Amaranthus tricolor. Callaloo is also a delicious spinach-like vegetable with a rich, earthy, broccoli-like flavour. Extr..
$3.00
Amaranth - Chinese Multicolor Spinach
A heat- and drought- tolerant green in spectacular splashes of color! Leaf amaranth is popular in Asia, eaten raw, stir fried, or steamed. This is by far the most tender and sweetest amaranth for edible greens, making for vibrant and delicious salad. The young leaves are a perfect spinach substitute; the intricately colored leaves are juicy and succulent. This is the go-to “green” for mid-summer when all others have bolted; harvested just 30-40 days from sowing.   ..
$5.00
Arugula - Astro - Organic
The commercial standard with long, green leaves and characteristic mildly spicy flavor. Germinates quickly and tolerates cold and hot temperatures well. Our strain has a mix of “cut” and “strap” leaf shapes when grown as baby leaf. Performs well as a cut-and-come-again crop. Heat and cold-tolerant. (Eruca vesicaria var. sativa.).Days to maturity: 21 days baby, 40 full size. Pretty edible blossoms attract pollinators.    ..
$3.50
Arugula - Wasabi
(Diplotaxis erucoides) Renee's EXCLUSIVE - A unique wild arugula, Wasabi’s leaves taste just like the complex, spicy flavor of freshly made wasabi paste. These delicious little plants grow quickly and easily, forming pretty leafy rosettes. More weather tolerant than other varieties, you can harvest whole plants or pick individual piquant leaves for zesty accents to everyday meals. When plants send up flower stalks, the little white blossoms are edible; use both leaves and flowers in s..
$3.55
Bok Choy - Hedou Tiny Bok Choy
A perfectly miniature bok choy! Stuff several in the steamer basket or pop one into your mouth for a nutritious snack! The extra-dwarf heads are famous across China and even long popular in U.S. markets and restaurants. Said to have first been grown in a small village called Hak Tau on Hong Kong, a local legend holds that an old man first began cultivating this variety and spreading seeds to fellow villagers. He asked only that the variety remain in the village. But after outsiders came in the..
$4.25
Broccoli - Hon Tsai Tai - Organic
Dark green leaves, purple stems and sweet, petite florets. Similar to broccoli raab with a sweeter flavor and delicate texture. Young flowering shoots are delicious in fresh salads, stir-fries, and pasta dishes. Best for fall harvest; shorter days cause stems to elongate. Harvest just before bright yellow blossoms open. Fall crop • Gourmet selection. (Brassica rapa var. chinensis.) Maturity 37 days. ..
$3.50
Broccoli - Wok Broc - Kichi Chinese Broccoli
The perfect, quick-growing, cut and come again veggie! All parts of Wok Broc plants are edible and it is extensively used in Cantonese cuisine. Stalks can be cooked like asparagus, leaves can be used in salads or like spinach in stir-fries, flower buds are eaten like sprouting broccoli and even the flowers are edible and tasty in a salad. Similar in taste to broccoli, but with a hint of kale, Wok Broc can be harvested in only 8-10 weeks and can be grown throughout the winter in a cold greenho..
$4.00
Collards - Georgia - Organic
Top producer of tender, mild flavored greens with reliable, heavy yields. Long, loosely held leaves are dark green with stark white midribs. Smoother leaves, whiter midribs, shorter internodes and larger habit than Champion. Thrives where it's too hot for other cole crops. Old-time favorite introduced before 1880; variable leaf shape. 36" tall plants. Maturity 70 days. Heirloom. Heat tolerant. . ..
$3.50
Dandelion -  Italiko Rosso
(Cichorium intybus) Beautiful, bright red stems and deep green leaves make this variety a winner! Baby leaves add great tangy flavor to salads, or good as a cooked green. We offer true Italian seeds for this delicious heirloom.   ..
$4.00
Dandelion - Pink
(Taraxacum pseudoroseum) Perennial. A darling little wildflower from central Asia, pink dandelion is a much less prolific relative of the common yellow dandelion. While a pink dandelion may seem unusual to American gardeners, the pastel blooms can be found growing along forest edge lines, meadows and roadsides in their native range. Leaves, roots and blooms of pink dandelion are edible; they are considered slightly less bitter than the common yellow dandelion. The 1-2 inch blooms are pink with..
$5.00
Mache - Lambs Lettuce - Corn Salad
The oval leaves of mild, nutty-flavored mache (lamb's lettuce or corn salad) form fist-sized rosettes. Cold-hardy and mildew-resistant with melt-in-your-mouth texture.    ..
$3.00
Mustard - Mizuna - Organic
A mild Japanese green with slender white stems and bright green leaves. Mild in flavor, this variety is good for stir-fries, salads, sandwiches and soups. Harvest outer leaves or the whole plant at any stage. ..
$3.50
Pac Choy - Shanghai Green - Organic
The Best Open Pollinated baby pac choy out there. Dark green, spoon-shaped leaves with wide, light green midribs and mild flavor. Shanghai forms densely packed, vase-like heads. Plants can be spaced closely for baby choy, which is in demand with top Asian chefs for its tenderness and mild flavor. Uniform shape • 5-6” tall. (B. rapa). Maturity 25 days baby/45 days full size.   ..
$3.50
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