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Cauliflower

Cauliflower (Brassica oleracea)

Create gourmet meals with tender and delicious pure white heads. Fresh vegetables surpass anything you can buy, and are surprisingly easy to grow.

Cauliflower

Cauliflower 'Self-Blanching' (Brassica oleracea)

Self-Blanching cauliflower is a great way to enjoy cauliflower with minimal work. In autumn the leaves curl up with the cooler weather to help shelter the heads and keep them snowy white and tender. If the foliage doesn’t fully cover the larger, maturing heads, just pull some of…

Cauliflower

Cauliflower 'Snowball' (Brassica oleracea)

This lovely snow-white variety originated in France. It’s an early-maturing Cauliflower with firm, smooth heads. Cauliflower is an excellent source of vitamin A.

Cauliflower

Cauliflower 'Snow Crown' (Brassica oleracea)

One of the easiest cauliflower to grow; ‘Snow Crown’ is fast-growing and tolerant of a wide range of growing conditions. Produces pure white heads up to 8” (20cm) across and weighing up to 2lb (1kg). A reliable performer recognized by All America Selections for its vigor,…

Celeriac, Wild Celery

Celeriac, Wild Celery (Apium Apium graveolens var rapaceum)

Celeriac is a botanical cousin to Celery. It has the great flavor of celery stalks but because it’s a root, it offers an array of different culinary uses. Very easy to grow, just keep the plants watered and nourished through the growing season. The roots should can be harvested in…

Celery

Celery (Apium graveolens var. dulce)

Celery is a much favored vegetable for its fresh taste and crispness whether raw or cooked. Planting your celery in an area where you can assure constant soil moisture is the simple key to healthy, tasty stalks.

Celery

Celery 'Tango' (Apium graveolens var. dulce)

Dark green stalks with delicious, crisp flavor. Disease resistant. Planting your celery in an area where you can assure constant soil moisture is the simple key to healthy, tasty stalks.

Chard, Swiss Chard

Chard, Swiss Chard (Beta vulgaris)

Swiss Chard's colorful stems and leaves add beauty in the garden as well as providing a nutritious harvest. The leafy portion of younger leaves is quite tender and can be used in salads. Larger, more mature foliage can be cooked similar to spinach. The stalks are best chopped into…

Chard, Swiss Chard

Chard, Swiss Chard 'Fordhook' (Beta vulgaris)

‘Fordhook’ Swiss Chard provides tender leaves all throughout the growing season, even in hot weather conditions. The leafy portion of younger leaves is quite tender and can be used in salads. Larger, more mature foliage can be cooked similar to spinach. The stalks are best…

Chard, Swiss Chard

Chard, Swiss Chard 'Oriole' (Beta vulgaris)

The deep green leaves with gold-orange stems are an eye-catching feature in the garden and when served on a plate. When harvesting, trim the leaves just above the soil and additional leaves will regrow for multiple harvests. Young leaves can be harvested and served in salads. Older…