Leafy Greens

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  • Arugula (Standard)

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    The standard salad arugula.

    Slightly lobed leaves with a nutty and peppery flavor.

    • Edible Flowers: The white flowers with dark pink veins are edible, and can be harvested as they appear. Sprinkle them over salads or add to vegetable stir-fries. Flavor is spicy and nutty. Popular choice for brightening up salad mixes.

  • Astro Arugula

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    Early, heat tolerant.

    A selection of standard arugula. Leaves are less deeply lobed and exhibit a more strap-leaf shape.

    • Edible Flowers: Harvest the white flowers with dark-pink veins as they appear. Sprinkle them over salads or add to vegetable stir-fries. Flavor is spicy and nutty. Popular choice for brightening up salad mixes.

    USDA Certified Organic.

  • Bellezia Arugula

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    Upright plant with dark green leaves.

    Leaves of Bellezia are darker green and more deeply lobed than Sylvetta, with a similar pungent flavor. In addition, the plant is more upright allowing for easier harvest. Intermediate resistance to downy mildew. Organic seed is also available.

    • Edible Flowers: Harvest the yellow flowers as they appear. Sprinkle them over salads or add to vegetable stir-fries. Flavor is spicy and nutty. Popular choice for brightening up salad mixes.

  • Bright Lights Swiss Chard

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    The gold standard for multicolored Swiss chard.

    Nicely savoyed and glossy green or bronze leaves with stems of many colors including gold, pink, orange, purple, red, and white with bright, pastel, and multicolored variations. The flavor is milder than ordinary chard, with each color a bit different. Direct seed or grow from transplant which allows separating out the individual colors. Consistent growth rate, leaf shape and texture, and strong bolt resistance across all colors makes this a superior mix. Suitable for production year-round, but somewhat less frost hardy than other chards. The late New Zealand amateur breeder John Eaton developed Bright Lights, and Johnny’s selects and maintains the different color stocks and produces the seeds. AAS winner. Decorticated (rubbed) seeds. Also available with NOP-compliant pelleting.

  • Flash Collard

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    Vates-type hybrid.

    Very slow to bolt. Flash offers repeated harvests of smooth, dark green leaves. Very high yielding.

  • Li Ren Choi

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    Best baby pac choi.

    Unlike most green-stemmed pac chois, heads are proportional and filled out at the true baby size. This smaller size results in quicker kitchen prep — simply cut in halves or quarters and cook. For mini-head production only, as heads will not become large.

  • Miz America Mustard Green

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    Exceptionally dark red, deeply lobed leaves.

    Delicate, toothed leaves are dark red on both sides for a striking addition to salad mixes. Uniform leaf size and shape, with a mild flavor.

  • Red Veined Sorrel

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    Flashy sorrel for salads.

    Bright green leaves with contrasting, dark maroon stems and veins. Same sharp, tangy flavor as regular sorrel. Best variety for indoor production. Best when harvested young for salad mix as large leaves are tough. Also available in organic seed.

  • Redbor Kale

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    Frilly deep purple-red leaves.

    Similar to Winterbor in everything but color. For garnishing and eating. Flavor, color, and curling are enhanced by cold weather. Also available in organic seed.

  • Rubicon Chinese Cabbage

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    Full-size for cooking and kimchi.

    Firm, 11″ tall heads weigh 5 1/2–6 1/2 lb. Blemish-free, deep green leaves and broad, white ribs with a creamy yellow, blanched interior. The flavor is sweet, tangy, juicy, and delicious! Slow bolting. Tolerant to black speck.

  • Ruby Red or Rhubarb Swiss Chard

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    Standard red chard for bunching or baby leaf.

    Candy-apple red stems and bronze to dark green, red-veined leaves. Moderate bolt tolerance. NOTE: Young Ruby Red plants may go to seed if exposed to sustained night temperatures in the low 50s; time sowings to avoid these conditions. Decorticated (rubbed), sized seeds.

  • Scarlet Frills Mustard Green

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    Red, ruffled leaves for beautiful color and texture.

    Spicy green and red, intricately lobed and ruffled leaves add flavor and loft to your custom salad mix. Slow bolting. Darker red in cooler weather.