Leaves

Lettuce

[Various] Salad Mixes
Radicchio
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Lettuce-like heads wrapped with beautiful, purplish-red leaves and contrasting white veins. The distinctive, sharp flavor is a favorite in salads, but is also delicious steamed with mixed vegetables, used in cole slaw, or added to stir-fries. Cooking gives radicchio a milder flavor.
Ruby Red Orach
Light Green Orach
Deep crimson-purple orach. Leaves are deep purple and have a spinach-like flavor. Organically grown.
Bright lime-green leaves have a spinach-like flavor. Organically grown.
Red Rosie
Parris Island Cos Romaine
Attractive light red romaine. Red Rosie has an upright habit. The leaves are red more than halfway down and then fade to green, creating a unique "half and half" look.
Parris Island Cos is crisp, flavorful, and has the highest nutritional value of any lettuce. Named after Parris Island off South Carolina.

Sparx
Salanova
Romaine-type. High-yielding, upright, dense heads produce long, uniform hearts with good flavor.
Salad mix including: Green Butter, Red Butter, Green Oakleaf, and Red Oakleaf, Green Incised, Red Incised, Green Sweet Crisp, Red Sweet Crisp.

Spinich

Kolibri
Kookaburra
Semi-savoy medium dark green leaves. Fast regrowth for ample "cut and come again" baby leaf production all season long.
Semi-savoy for early spring and fall. Upright variety making it easy to harvest for both baby and full size leaves. Attractive dark green, oval leaves. Great flavor.

Kale

Russian Red
Toscano
Very tender and mild, a pre-1885 heirloom variety. Oak type leaves have a red tinge, and stems are a purplish-red. One of our favorite kales. Great flavor.
Italian heirloom, also known as "dinosaur" kale. Extra-dark green, noncurled but heavily blistered (savoyed). Rich, tender leaves have a softer texture than curly green kales.
Scarlet
Excellent source of hearty, fresh greens that are packed with antioxidants. Scarlet may look more purple. One cup of kale has just 36 calories, zero grams of fat, a whopping 684% of RDA of K, 206% of A, and 134% of C vitamins.

Cabbage

Alcosa
Primo
Small savoyed cabbage. Early producer of round, 2–4 lb. deep blue-green, crinkled heads. Alcosa's well-packed, thin, yellow interior leaves quickly fill in. Best in cooked dishes.

Mid-early with great flavor.
Heads avg. 4–4 1/2 lb., have a very short core, and are very juicy, tender, and sweet.


Caraflex
Candy Red
Pointed mini cabbage. Extremely uniform, small heads with good wrapper leaves. Inner leaves are tender, crunchy, and have an excellent, sweet and mild cabbage flavor. Perfect for summer salads, slaws, or cooked dishes.
Beautiful bright red pointed cabbage. The best red cabbage of this type. Head shape will vary from highly to moderately pointed — with some heads almost heart-shaped. Color ranges from a deep red to a pale, almost pinkish red. Avg. head weight 1 1/2–2 lbs.
Asian Delight
Joi Choi
Slow bolting white-stem pac choi. Nice and dense, fully formed mini heads.
Heavy, vigorous white-stem pac choi. Joi Choi forms a 12-15" tall, broad, heavy plant with dark green leaves and thick, flattened white petioles.

Swiss Chard

Bright Lights
The gold standard for multicolored Swiss chard.
Lightly savoyed green or bronze leaves with stems of gold, pink, orange, purple, red, and white with bright and pastel variations.

Kohlrabi

Terek
Kolibri
The best all-around kohlrabi with remarkable uniformity, texture, and flavor. Exceptionally sweet and mild. Holds a long time in the field without getting woody.

The most attractive and uniform purple variety.
3" bulbs with uniform, deep purple skin and nearly fiberless, crisp white flesh. Organically grown.