SALE Ends October 5th
A strain of the old Danish variety Amager, named for the island of Amager near Copenhagen. Amager is mentioned as far back as the 15th century by Dutch colonists. Introduced in the United States in 1887.
Early round Dutch has solid uniform, oval heads that weigh 2-5 lbs. Small, short-stemmed, short core, good wrapper leaves and slow to bolt. "A Southern favorite."
An Italian Heirloom first mentioned in 1870. Long Purple has a milder, more delicate flavor than regular eggplant. The Long Purple has just a few seeds and a thin skin that makes it easy to cook.
A French heirloom from the 1800s that is commonly used as baby leaf lettuce.
First mentioned in garden text around 1863. Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch is an early kale that produces tasty greens when used in salads or steamed.
A FEW FAVORITES ON SALE!!!
We are currently working on new labels and packaging. If you purchase any of the NEW varieties for 2017, your order may be delayed up to a week. Please have patience as we are working as fast as possible gearing up for the 2017 planting season.