This standard home garden and market variety is open pollinated. The thickened stems have a uniformly deep purple skin and a crisp green-white flesh. For best flavor and texture, harvest when stem is 2.5" in diameter. Stems become fibrous with age. Also popular as microgreens because of its purple stem color.
This spinach mustard hybrid is an excellent choice for baby leaf greens. It can also be used for micro-greens. The leaf coloring is distinct— purplish-red on the top and green with red veins underneath. The tender leaves are round and relatively flat, growing uniformly from bright green upright stems. This variety tolerates heat and will retain its lovely deep color.
Great for microgreens or salad mix, this dark green mustard has frilly edges and a spicy flavor. It grows 16-18" tall, is slow to bolt and stands 2 to 4 weeks longer than other varieties. Pungency mellows when cooked. This variety is an All American Selection winner.
This early maturing Japanese mustard, also known as kyona mizuna. Kyona mizuna variety name originated in the Kyoto area and was a type commonly grown in this region. Ours was selected from this type and is considered a Kyoto or Kyona type. It has long slender stems and dark green, serrated leaves. Both cold and heat tolerant and slow to bolt, it is a vigorous green that branches prolifically. Suitable for harvesting at any stage, microgreens to mature plants. Cut-and-grow-again methods apply to this vegetable. Mizuna has become very popular as a salad green and is also delicious cooked.
Mizuna Red Streak
This mustard strongly resembles Ruby Streak. Its ornately fringed purple and green leaves deliver a peppery flavor that is milder than arugula and packed with nutrients. The thin green stalks are tasty as well, making this variety a perfect baby leaf salad green.
Available August 2018. Please refer to Mustard Crimson Tide as an alternative.
This vigorous growing broad leaf Japanese mustard is known for its mustard pungency and excellent for cooking and pickling. Large savoy leaves are deep purplish red with green mid ribs.
Clemson Spineless Certified 80
This open pollinated variety is the most popular on the market. The plants are vigorous and produce exceptionally uniform straight medium-green spineless ribbed pods. A very prolific and high yielding variety with an open leaf growing habit.
This popular Japanese bunching onion produces 12-16" tall stalks. The white shank of the stalk measures 2-3". These green onions do not form bulbs and multiply by division. Each seed produces a cluster of 5-9 stalks. Cold hardy, slow to bolt, and resistant to Pink Root, thrips, and smut. Suitable for overwintering but can be harvested at any time.
This bunching onion has long, slim stalks that mature to 16-28" tall. The 4-5" white shank of the stalk has a mild sweet flavor. An excellent producer with moderate bolt resistance. Not for over-wintering. These green onions do not form bulbs and do not multiply by division.
This specialty pak choi is cold tolerant. Leaves and petioles are tender with a mild, mustard flavor. Leaves are spoon-shaped and dark green color. Petioles are shorter than most pak choi. In warm temperatures, the plant grows erect while in cold temperatures, the plant forms flat rosettes growing close to the ground.
This widely grown Asian green, also called bok choy, has smooth green leaves and thick white leaf stalks. It is one of the most popular Asian vegetables and a main ingredient in chow mein and stir-fries.
This variety of pea is cultivated for its delicious, gracefully attractive long tendrils. The tender pea shoots tips are unique twisting threads. Harvest the tendrils and leaves at the top of the pea stem. Popular as microgreens and garnish.
Dwarf Grey Sugar
This edible pod snow pea has beautiful purple bi-colored flowers. The 2-3” flat pods are pale green, sweet, crisp, and fiber-free. Can also be grown for pea shoots, a delicious delicacy.
Mammoth Melting Sugar
This delicious edible pod snow pea is early, high yielding, and productive. Flat pods are uniform, sweet, tender, and mature to about 3-4"x 3/
China Rose Pink Stem
China Rose is excellent for sprouts, also known as kaiware, and has pink stems with green leaves and a pungent radish flavor. This makes them a zesty and attractive addition to salads and sushi. This variety can also be grown for its root that has smooth rose-colored skin, white flesh and a hot pungency. The roots can mature to 2" in diameter and up to 8" long. Tops are tender, strong and tall.
This variety is one of the most popular grown radish varieties for micro to full maturity. As a microgreen, it has green leaves with a red stem. For baby leaf greens, harvest the whole plant as the green leaves have minimal hair and the red roots are very small. With a mild radish flavor, this green is perfect to garnish a salad. Can also be grown to full maturity.
A high percentage of dark red-purple seedlings with a mild, spicy flavor make this a spectacular sprouting radish variety. Ready to harvest at 3-4" tall. Cool temperatures intensify color. Very popular for sprouts and microgreens.
Red Arrow Red Stem
This daikon sprout variety makes the perfect edible garnish that will add a touch of color and spice to any dish. The seedlings have crisp pink-red stems with green leaves. Bred specifically for sprouting, this quick growing radish is very popular in Japan. Use the sprouts to add zest and accent with sashimi, sushi, salad, sandwich and soup dishes.
This is a spectacular variety of microgreen/
Triton Purple Stem
This radish variety is bred for growing as microgreens. The stems are a lavender violet color with dark green leaves.
White Stem (Intermediate)
This radish variety is specifically used for microgreen/
Bright green leaves with a rich red stem and veins make this an eyecatching addition to salads. Young and tender leaves have the same tangy, lemon flavor as regular green sorrel. Good for baby leaf.
Hot flaming mix of Golden Sunrise, Ruby Red, and Orange Swiss Chards.
Rich, slightly savoyed green leaves and deep golden stalks, midribs and veins make this a striking beauty. Holds excellent color both when harvested for baby leaf and when fully mature at 2' tall. Very productive plants are tender and succulent with a good flavor. Tolerates slight frost.
Swiss chard is also known as stem chard, spinach beet and leaf beet. This variety has a brilliant magenta colored stalk that is tender and narrow. The attractive medium dark green leaves are nearly flat when harvested at 2-3" as a baby green and slightly savoyed at maturity. This heat tolerant variety will also tolerate light frost.
This is a beautiful swiss chard mix of yellow, red, pink and orange varieties. Excellent for microgreens and full maturity.
The stalks, midribs and veins of this Swiss chard are a remarkable and unusual bright carrot-orange color, which contrasts against dark green shiny leaves. Savoyed leaves, crisp stalks and the way Fantasia Orange holds its color even when cooked make this variety a favorite with cooks. Harvest baby green leaves after 30 days. Mature plants grow to 24”. Fantasia Orange is slow to bolt.
Enjoy the baby leaves in salads, and use the colorful mature stalks in sautés or relishes.
Bright crimson stalks, midribs and veins contrast nicely with the dark green slightly savoyed leaves of this variety. Mature plants grow to about 2' tall with narrow stalks. Popular for baby leaf and microgreens.
Stimulating swiss chard blend of Golden Sunrise and Ruby Red.