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Arugula 1.5 g

Arugula 1.5 g

(Eruca sativa) 40 days. Distinctive, sharp, peppery leaves are best harvested when 2-3 in. long. A nice accent for mixed salads. Greens past their prime may be lightly steamed with other greens such as mustard or turnip greens, or used in creamed soups. Pkt 1.5 g, about 750...
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Arugula 28 g

Arugula 28 g

(Eruca sativa) 40 days. Distinctive, sharp, peppery leaves are best harvested when 2-3 in. long. A nice accent for mixed salads. Greens past their prime may be lightly steamed with other greens such as mustard or turnip greens, or used in creamed soups. (28 g)

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Arugula 7 g

Arugula 7 g

(Eruca sativa) 40 days. Distinctive, sharp, peppery leaves are best harvested when 2-3 in. long. A nice accent for mixed salads. Greens past their prime may be lightly steamed with other greens such as mustard or turnip greens, or used in creamed soups. (7 g)

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Belle Isle (Upland Cress) 2 g

Belle Isle (Upland Cress) 2 g

(Barbarea verna) 50 days. [17th c. Portuguese sailors shipwrecked on Canada’s Belle Isle survived the winter thanks to these greens.] A traditional winter green across the Mountain South. Dark green leaves are high in vitamin C. Transplant or sow anytime, but best sown in...
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Broad-Leaved Batavian Endive (Full Heart Escarole) 1 g

Broad-Leaved Batavian Endive (Full Heart Escarole) 1 g

(Cichorium endiva) 90 days. [1934. AAS winner.] Large, broad, dark-green outer leaves enclose round, deep 12-16 in. heads which are well-blanched, creamy-white, and buttery. Pkt (1 g, 600 seeds)

History: Endive is a native to the East Indies and it has a long history of...
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Chicory, Catalogna 1 g

Chicory, Catalogna 1 g

(Cichorium intybus) 55 days. This well-known Italian chicory has green, deeply cut dandelion-like leaves with light green mid-ribs. More upright than the frillier varieties, it grows up to 16 in. tall, but is best harvested when smaller. Pkt (1 g, 750 seeds)

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Creasy Greens (Upland Cress, Winter Cress) 2 g

Creasy Greens (Upland Cress, Winter Cress) 2 g

(Barbarea verna) 50 days. An old favorite. As easy to grow as spinach indoors or out. Pkt (2 g, 1250 seeds)

Culture: A quick growing cool-weather vegetable, cress has many forms. Plant upland cress and curly cress in late summer or fall in moist but well-drained soil with...
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Curly Cress (Garden Cress) 2 g

Curly Cress (Garden Cress) 2 g

(Lepidium sativum) 30 days. Use the young leaves of this mustard family member for adding zing to salads. Pkt (2 g, 1330 seeds)

Culture: A quick growing cool-weather vegetable, cress has many forms. Plant upland cress and curly cress in late summer or fall in moist but...
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Edible Winter Cover Crop Mix

Edible Winter Cover Crop Mix

Try planting this beautiful cover crop in August to build organic matter and provide healthy meals all winter long. If you are in the Mid-Atlantic region, cover with row cover or a coldframe if winter harvest is your goal (otherwise the crop will be damaged, but may come back by early spring if...
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Even' Star Winter Arugula 1 g

Even' Star Winter Arugula 1 g

(Eruca sativa) Freeze-hardy to about 6°F. Bred at Even’ Star Farm for more than 10 years to grow fast and vigorously with little rain, soil fertility, or coddling. Excellent in open fields, greenhouses, or hoophouses. Dislikes poorly drained or flooded soils. Pkt (1 g)
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Fall Mesclun Mix

Fall Mesclun Mix

This mix is specially selected for both Fall and winter harvest. Includes one packet each of Parris Island Cos lettuce, Rouge d’Hiver lettuce, Red Deer Tongue lettuce, Devil’s Tongue lettuce, Red Salad Bowl lettuce, Tatsoi mustard greens, Arugula, Winter Bloomsdale spinach, and Bulls Blood beet...
$17.00

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Jewels of Opar (Fame Flower) 0.15 g

Jewels of Opar (Fame Flower) 0.15 g

(Talinum paniculatum) 35 days. Purslane relative with elegant panicles of 38 in. pink flowers. Mild leaves are succulent, light green, and eye-catching. Great in salads, on sandwiches, and as a spinach substitute. Also has medicinal uses. The seedstalks...
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Magenta Magic Orach 0.5 g

Magenta Magic Orach 0.5 g

(Atriplex hortensis)The deepest, darkest red of all the orach varieties available, a lively addition to any salad. Picked young it is tender, and many growers use it in their mesclun mixes. Slightly spicy upright growing plant holds its flavor even as the plants mature in summer...
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New Zealand Summer Spinach 6 g

New Zealand Summer Spinach 6 g

(Tetragonia expansa) 62 days. [Introduced from New Zealand in 1772.] A heat- and drought-tolerant spinach substitute with soil requirements similar to spinach. Greens are best cooked. Seed should be soaked 4-24 hours before planting to speed germination. Pkt (6 g, 66 seeds)
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Radicchio, Verona Red 1 g

Radicchio, Verona Red 1 g

(Cichorium intybus) 85 days. [Named for the Italian region where it originated.] Beautiful red leaves and white stalks. Zesty flavor develops best in cool weather. Normally planted in mid-summer for fall harvest, can withstand light frosts. Pkt (1 g, 450 seeds)

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Red Malabar Summer Spinach 1 g

Red Malabar Summer Spinach 1 g

(Basella alba var. rubra) 70 days. These Asian greens are a great summer substitute for spinach. The fleshy leaves and stems are high in vitamins A and C. Excellent for salads, stir fries, and thickening summer soups. Germination is slow (10+ days at 80°F) so plant extra, or...
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Spring Mesclun Mix

Spring Mesclun Mix

A wonderful collection of spring salad greens. Includes one packet each of Long Standing Bloomsdale spinach, Australian Yellow lettuce, Red Deer Tongue Lettuce, Susan’s Red Bibb lettuce, Oakleaf lettuce, Red Russian kale, and Mizuna mustard greens.
$13.00

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Summer Mesclun Mix

Summer Mesclun Mix

These heat-resistant greens should provide great salads all summer long. Includes one packet each of Tatsoi mustard greens, Magenta Magic orach, Parris Island Cos lettuce, Buttercrunch lettuce, Kalura lettuce, and Jericho lettuce.
$11.00

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Watercress 0.5 g

Watercress 0.5 g

(Nasturtium officinale) Best sown spring through mid-summer. Rich in vitamins and used in salads for mustard-like flavor. Transplant to a cool stream of pure clean water or grow in pots and add fresh water daily. Can also be grown in trays with just enough water to float the...
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