55 days for root. Tender, buttery-sweet, nutritious root vegetable. For eating fresh, canning or pickling.
Tall spikes of apple-green "bells," perfect for the back of the border. A stunning cut or dried flower!
Hang out the welcome sign for hard working insects that control pests, with these attractive, blooming plants.
This delicate white flower will lend a lacy, airy look to your garden and attract butterflies.
Vigorous vine with charming orange, yellow, and white flowers. Groundcover, screen, or hanging basket.
Vigorous vine with stunning sunset-colored flowers accented with a dark center eye.
Vibrant blue flowers bloom in spring providing splashes of eyecatching color. Native to the southwestern U.S.
45 days. Not only an heirloom, but an ancient vegetable, great for salads and stir fry.
30-35 days. All the flavor & crispness of standard varieties in a small package. Beautiful single serving presentation.
55 days. Two vegetables in one- tasty spinach-like leaves and crunchy, sweet stems.
Clusters of sparkling blue, edible flowers. Blossoms are beautiful on salads, or candied atop cakes and pastries.
Clusters of sparkling blue flowers look like stars falling from the sky. Edible flowers are beautiful on salads.
Try our NEW uniquely designed sprouter, the EASIEST way to grow 1, 2, 3 or 4 kinds of delicious sprouts at once!
48 days. Introduced in 1890, this delizioso, reliable Italian heirloom produces an abundance of florets.
45 days. Known as Italian broccoli, Raab has delicate, tender shoots with a spicy, wonderful flavor and edible leaves.
100 days. This beautiful Italian heirloom delights with spirals of lime green towers.
60-90 days. Harvest tender, colorful broccoli spears for many weeks in summer and fall with this heat-tolerant variety.
75 days. The ancient Romans loved broccoli for its flavor. Today we know it's packed with nutrition too.
The ultimate fall decoration, broom material, and treat for the birds!
85-110 days. Grown since the 1890s, still the most popular variety planted. Each tasty gem is like a tiny cabbage.
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