• Prizehead Lettuce

    Prizehead Lettuce

    Sweet and crunchy, delicious and healthy, lettuce is easy to grow in your garden. Beautiful purple-bronze fringes over green leaves look very bright and tasty. The lettuce matures in 45 days and is best suited for making salads.The history of wild lettuce takes us to Asia Minor, where it was first served at the table. Then, thanks to the writings of Herodotus, we know...
  • Green Leaf Lettuce

    Green Leaf Lettuce

    The famous Green Leaf Lettuce family salad variety has light green and juicy leaves. The plant is resistant to heat, drought, and frost and ripens for about 50 days.Lettuce seeds were first introduced by Peter Henderson & Co in the 1870s. The history of wild lettuce goes back to Asia Minor. The ancient historian Herodotus recorded his presence on the tables of the Persian...
  • Collard

    Collard

    Cabbage has a uniform and compact growth, soft taste. Cabbage greens are used for cooking, canning, and freezing. The leaves are frost-hardy and mature in 75 days.Collard sometimes referred to as wild or non-cabbage, probably comes from Asia Minor and the Mediterranean. History is confused about how the collard appeared in Europe as to whether it was introduced there by the Romans or the...
  • Curled Ruffec Endive

    Curled Ruffec Endive

    Curled Ruffec Endive It is believed that Endive, a member of the chicory family, comes from Egypt or the Mediterranean. The leaves ripen in 50-100 days and have a nutty and bitter taste. Harvest when the leaves are at full height, leaving 1″ for the plant to grow back. The leaves are most commonly used in salads but are also great for cooking and...
  • Radicchio

    Radicchio

    Radicchio Italian chicory or Radicchio, developed by Italians in the 1950s, boasts bright ruby ​​leaves that form a solid round head. It can be compared to a mixture of cabbage and lettuce; it has a bitter-spicy taste. It is an excellent addition to green salad or casseroles. Hardy and grows well in cool weather, light frost makes it sweet, and intense heat causes bitterness...
  • Curled Cress

    Curled Cress

    Curled Cress Garden Curled Cress with small dark green curled leaves has a spicy flavor. The seeds germinate in 10 days, and the sprouts add a piquant spicy flavor to sandwiches and salads. As a member of the mustard family, Curled Cress is used for various medicinal and culinary purposes.Curled Cress, native to the Middle East, where it has been grown since about 400...
  • Mizuna

    Mizuna

    Mizuna This slightly peppery salad green has been known and loved in Asia for centuries and is especially popular in Japanese cuisine. Mizuna, known in Japan as "kyona", is Japanese for "aquatic green" due to the light and humid conditions in the garden, ideal for growing from seed. The leaves are added to stews, soups, or salads. The plant tolerates low temperatures well. Bright...
  • Mache

    Mache

    Mache It can be grown as a microgreen, baby green, or adult salad. Corn salad is a very hardy crop that grows well and quickly, even in cool weather; this is very soft and tender greens. Its leaves, with a mild nutty flavor, perfectly complement salads and side dishes. Sow these Dutch Corn Lettuce seeds every two weeks to ensure a stable harvest. It...
  • Curled Mustard

    Curled Mustard

    Curled Mustard Southern Giant Curled has a mild flavor when grоwn in cool weather and makes a great addition to your salad, soup, or pie. These fast-growing plants mature in 45 days, have excellent curl resistance and produce large, frilly green leaves. In addition, Southern Giant Curled has good resistance to cold weather. It has large, bright green fringed and curled leaves with a...
  • Swiss Chard

    Swiss Chard

    Swiss Chard The leaves have a slightly bitter spinach-like flavor and a fresh crunchy texture. This plant produces good yields with dark green shiny leaves with ruby ​​red stems and veins. The plants grow up to 24″ tall, and their delicious leaves with a unique flavor are suitable for salads and are steamed with other vegetables and herbs. It can also be used frozen....
  • Romaine Lettuce

    Romaine Lettuce

    Romaine Lettuce Parris Island Cos is fresh, flavorful, and has the highest nutritional value of our salad varieties! It is effortless to grow and can be used as a microgreen. Erect bushes of plants ripen in 65-70 days. They form 10-inch heads of Lettuce with dark green leaves and a creamy white heart. Lettuce has good resistance to fingertip burns, mosaic virus, and bolting....
  • Iceberg Lettuce

    Iceberg Lettuce

    Iceberg Lettuce Lettuce leaves form large, light green crispy heads of cabbage with excellent flavor. The salad ripens in just 70 days. They have high yields and can tolerate both heat and cool weather, so you should plant seeds in spring or autumn. The leaves are used for salads or sandwiches.The Great Lakes is the first iceberg lettuce ever developed. However, the wild salad...
  • Cimarron Red Lettuce

    Cimarron Red Lettuce

    Cimarron Red Lettuce The old Kimmaron lettuce has crumbly, leafy heads of dark red 10 to 12 inches in color with a good moderately sweet taste and a crispy, delicate texture. Young leaves of Cimarron lettuce grow in 35 days, adults - in 60 days. Seeds can be grown in most areas, including colder ones.The Cimarron heirloom salad dates from the 18th century. The...
  • Oakleaf Green Lettuce

    Oakleaf Green Lettuce

    Oakleaf Green Lettuce The leaves of this salad are beautiful, tender, and crunchy; they resemble oak leaves. It tolerates hot weather well - it never tastes bitter! Young leaves mature in 28 days, and full-sized leaves in 50 days.In 1771 Oakleaf Green Lettuce was introduced by the French seed company Vilmorin. And its wild predecessor originated in Asia Minor. Herodotus recorded his presence on the...
  • Buttercrunch Lettuce

    Buttercrunch Lettuce

    Buttercrunch Lettuce Buttercrunch produces a beautiful head with a mild buttery flavor, 6-8 inches tall, thick, juicy, sweet, slightly crumpled dark green leaves, and their heads average 4.5″.Buttercrunch salad was developed in the 1950s by gardener George Raleigh of Cornell University. Famed for its sweet taste and bolt resistance, it received the prestigious AAS Gold Medal in 1963.One оf the most versatile seeds in the...
  • Spinach

    Spinach

    Spinach Bloomsdale Longstanding is Spinach that could very well be your favorite! Bloomsdale is by far the most popular and widely available open-pollinated Spinach. Large, dark green, corrugated leaves of this variety proliferate. Ripens in just 45 days, tolerates hot weather well and is an excellent choice for late spring and summer plantings.In 1826, Englishmen David Landreth and his brother Cuthbert developed this spinach...
  • Kale

    Kale

    Kale Young leaves of Dwarf Siberian cabbage are used for salads, blanching, frying, or as a colorful side dish. Kale is considered a highly nutritious vegetable with powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. In addition, it contains sulforaphane which has potent anti-cancer properties. Kale is very rich in beta-carotene, vitamin K, vitamin C, lutein, zeaxanthin and is exceptionally rich in calcium.This cabbage variety is native...
  • Arugula

    Arugula

    Arugula Arugula seeds are ideal for gardens, ripen quickly and develop into a delicate annual. The plant is quite frost-resistant. Arugula is rich in essential nutrients such as calcium, potassium, phosphorus and magnesium, vitamins A and C, and at the same time consists of more than 90% water and only 25 calories per 100 g. The mustard flavor of the leaves is ideal for...
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