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Bunching Onion

Bunching Onion 'Red Baron' (Allium fistulosum)

This is known as a “bunching onion” because the bulbs form a clump. Slice the entire stalk, including the tubular leaves and burgundy-red bulbs, to incorporate into recipes or use as a garnish on salads and soups. Onions' sulfur compounds have antibacterial properties and are…

Bunching Onion, Scallion

Bunching Onion, Scallion 'Nabechan' (Allium fistulosum)

A very popular Japanese variety prized for its exceptionally sweet flavor. The tubular foliage and narrow bulbs are both useful either sliced or prepared as a garnish using the entire stalk. The strong vertical line of the plant adds a nice architectural dimension to the garden.

Burpless Cucumber

Burpless Cucumber 'Burpless #26' (Cucumis sativus)

Compact vine produces high yields of 10" (25cm) Cucumbers. Burpless cucumber varieties contain very low or no cucurbitacin, the compound that causes bitterness and can cause some people to "burp" from eating cucumbers. Burpless cucumbers also have a mild flavor, thinner skin, and…

Burpless Cucumber

Burpless Cucumber (Cucumis sativus)

Burpless cucumber varieties contain very low or no cucurbitacin, the compound that causes bitterness and can cause some people to "burp" from eating cucumbers. Burpless cucumbers also have a mild flavor, thinner skin, and fewer seeds than other cucumber types. Several specific…

Bush Basil

Bush Basil 'Spicy Globe' (Ocimum basilicum)

This Basil is just as decorative as it is useful. The petite foliage forms a tidy globe that looks very topiary-like in a pot, or use it in the garden to add form and added fragrance from the plant’s aromatic foliage. Like all Basils, the leaves are excellent for seasoning all…

Bush Beans

Bush Beans 'Derby' (Phaseolus vulgaris)

Bushy upright plants make harvesting a snap. Expect great yields of flavorful, stringless pods all season long. This is a great variety for freezing and canning. Recognized by All-America Selections in 1990 for outstanding garden performance, disease resistance and high yields.

Bush Beans

Bush Beans 'Mascotte' (Phaseolus vulgaris)

This bush bean does not require support and is an ideal choice for small-space gardens. The slim, stringless beans develop above the leaves, which makes for easier harvesting. Enjoy a plentiful crop and extended harvest by picking every other day. This outstanding bean was chosen as…

Bush Beans

Bush Beans 'Maxibel' (Phaseolus vulgaris)

The first full-size stringless, filet-type snap bean. Filet snap beans are the long, slender, stringless beans that are so popular in European cuisine. Tall, erect plants making harvesting easy. Easy to grow and great for beginning gardeners! Also known as “haricot verts” or…

Bush Bean, Soup Bean

Bush Bean, Soup Bean 'Hutterite' (Phaseolus vulgaris)

A delicious Heirloom bean that originated with a North American community of Hutterites. The smooth yellow beans have a mild buttery flavor. They are very popular for making a creamy white soup or as an ingredient in other soups. For dried beans, leave pods on plant until dry and…

Bush Beans

Bush Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris)

No garden is complete without some green beans and the bush beans are one of the easiest and most reliable vegetables to grow. Unlike pole beans, they do not require support. The plant forms a small, shrub-like mound of foliage. Regular harvesting encourages the plant to produce more…