Broccoli Seeds - Green Sprouting Calabrese

Brassica oleracea HEIRLOOM. This variety came to the United States in the late 1800s with Italian immigrants, and has been a favorite among gardeners ever since! Uniform plants produce a...

Broccoli Seeds - Romanesco, ORGANIC

Brassica oleracea This geometric marvel has to be grown to be believed! A no-longer-secret Italian variety with lime green heads composed of well-defined spiraled points in an amazing fractal pattern....

Broccoli Seeds - Waltham 29

Brassica oleracea This cold-hardy broccoli was released by the University of Massachusetts in 1950, and named for the town of Waltham, MA. It remains a favorite today for its large...

Brussels Sprouts Seeds - Catskill

Brassica oleracea HEIRLOOM. This highly productive dwarf variety was introduced in 1941 by Arthur White of Arkport, NY. It has become a prized favorite for its large, 2" diameter, super-flavorful...

Brussels Sprouts Seeds - Long Island Improved

Brassica oleracea HEIRLOOM. This reliable, heavy-yielding variety has been a favorite since its introduction in the late 1800s. Compact, 20-inch-tall plants produce 50 to 100 large, tightly headed, dark green...

Bunching Onion Seeds - Evergreen Bunching Nebuka

Allium fistulosum HEIRLOOM. This popular and reliable, non-bulbing Japanese onion produces long white stalks with sweet, delicious flavor. Hardy, slow-to-bolt, and overwinters well. Bunching onions, also known as green onions...

Bunching Onion Seeds - Red Beard

Allium fistulosum These gorgeous scallions have red stalks with green tops, and wonderful mild onion flavor. They can be harvested at any size, but if allowed to reach full maturity,...

Bunching Onion Seeds - Tokyo Long White Bunching

Allium fistulosum This Japanese bunching onion yields long, slender white stalks with a delicious mild flavor. Perfect for adding to soups and stir fries, and for a tasty garnish to...

Bush Bean Seeds - Blue Lake 274

Phaseolus vulgaris HEIRLOOM. Blue Lake 274 is a well-loved and reliable, classic green bean. Its heavy yield arrives all at once, making it a favorite for canning and freezing, but...

Bush Bean Seeds - Cherokee Wax

Phaseolus vulgaris This old favorite was introduced by Clemson University in 1947, and won the All-America Selections Award the following year. It’s been a reliable staple in gardens for decades...

Bush Bean Seeds - Dark Corner

 Phaseolus vulgaris HEIRLOOM. A productive, bush-type snap bean from the Dark Corner region of upstate South Carolina, saved by Manning Farmer and his family for generations. (Mr. Farmer also brought...

Bush Bean Seeds - Dragon Tongue, ORGANIC

Phaseolus vulgaris ORGANIC. HEIRLOOM. A fanciful name for a fanciful bean! This beautiful variety originated in the Netherlands in the 18th century, and we can see why it has endured...

Bush Bean Seeds - Maxibel Haricot Vert, ORGANIC

Phaseolus vulgaris HEIRLOOM. Maxibel produces the classic slender and delicate French green beans known as haricots verts or filet beans in the world of gourmet cooking. An abundant, concentrated set...

Bush Bean Seeds - Provider, ORGANIC

Phaseolus vulgaris Early, high yielding, and disease resistant, Provider really does live up to its name! Uniform, 5- to 6-inch-long, round and meaty pods grow on sturdy, compact plants. A...

Bush Bean Seeds - Roma II

Phaseolus vulgaris Roma II produces heavy yields of classic Italian-type green beans - flat, stringless pods with rich flavor and crisp, hearty texture. Upright, determinate plants will produce mostly in...

Bush Bean Seeds - Royal Burgundy

Phaseolus vulgaris Delicious & tender, 5-inch-long, deep purple pods grow on highly productive and reliable, sturdy plants. The stringless pods turn green when cooked, but they sure look pretty in...

Cabbage Seeds - Charleston Wakefield

Brassica oleracea HEIRLOOM. Charleston Wakefield cabbage was introduced in 1892 as the Southern grower’s answer to Early Jersey Wakefield. It produces similar conical heads, but handles warm weather better than...

Cabbage Seeds - Early Jersey Wakefield

Brassica oleracea HEIRLOOM. This long-time reliable favorite, introduced in the 1840s, is a speedy producer of beautiful, tightly packed, conical heads weighing 2 to 4 pounds each. Its sweet and...

Cabbage Seeds - Perfection Savoy

Brassica oleracea Savoy cabbages are named for the Savoy region of France and prized for their distinctive frilly and crinkled leaves. They are also known for particularly strong frost tolerance...

Cabbage Seeds - Red Acre

Brassica oleracea This early-maturing red cabbage produces beautiful deep purple-red, 2 to 4 pound heads with great flavor and storage quality. The plants are compact and resistant to cabbage yellows...

Cardoon Seeds - Large Smooth

Cynara cardunculus HEIRLOOM. This unusual vegetable is a Mediterranean delicacy! It's closely related to the artichoke, but is grown for its thick, edible leaf stalks, which have a distinctive flavor...

Carrot Seeds - Black Nebula

Daucus carota These beautiful carrots grow 9 to 10 inches in length and are the darkest purple from skin to core, which means they’re packed with healthy antioxidants and rich...

Carrot Seeds - Cosmic Purple

Daucus carota Slices of these carrots look like stars in the night sky, with deep orange flesh surrounded by reddish-purple skin. Danvers-type roots grow 6-7" long with a tender, crunchy...

Carrot Seeds - Danvers 126, ORGANIC

Daucus carota HEIRLOOM. Widely adapted, productive and heat-tolerant, with tapered roots that grow well even in heavy clay soils. Produces 6- to 7-inch-long, crunchy and flavorful, dark orange roots. Danvers...