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  • Arugula

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    Spicy, nutty flavor.

    Purple stems and dark-green leaves. USDA Certified Organic.

  • 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.

  • Atlas Carrot

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    Small round Parisian Market type.

    A great variety for shallow soils for its small, 1 1/2–2″ diameter root. Good flavor and root uniformity. Stronger resistance to splitting than others of this type. Tops are short but strong for easy bunching. NOTE: For round roots, be sure to provide even moisture. Drought stress will result in an elongated shape.

  • 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.

  • Bergam’s Green Lettuce

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    Bergam’s Green has dark green savoyed leaves with a wavy leaf margin. Uniform, dense heads are high yielding with good flavor. For spring, summer, and fall harvest. Widely adapted. Intermediate resistance to corky root. MT0-30. Also available with NOP-compliant pelleting. USDA Certified Organic.

  • Boston Casey Butterhead Lettuce

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    New! Improved butterhead for CEA summer slot. Conventional seed with conventional pelleting. This seed is not NOP-compliant.

    Strong disease package and medium-fast growth with good final weight. Glossy, medium-green heads. Strong root system for better heat tolerance in Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) systems. Tipburn tolerant. NOTE: Days to maturity will vary depending on your target weight and growing practices, but you can expect a range of 45–55 days for hydroponically grown, full-size heads. High resistance to downy mildew races EU 16–37; US 5–9, Nasonovia ribisnigri aphid, and lettuce root aphid.

  • 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.

  • Broccoli

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    Mild broccoli flavor.

    Dark green leaves with long stems.

  • Common Sage

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    A staple of the herb garden.

    Wide variety of culinary uses. Dusty, green leaves are used in dressing, sauces, salted herbs, sausage, and tea. Make a good base for dried floral wreaths. Medicinal: Leaves are used as digestive and nerve tonics. Also known as garden sage. Perennial in Zones 4-8.

    • Edible Flowers: Lovely, small lavender flowers appear in early summer with a mild and sage-like flavor. Flower spikes can be battered and fried, cooked in rice, egg, or cheese dishes, or used to garnish salads and pizza.

  • Crispino Iceberg Lettuce

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    Adaptable iceberg.

    Medium-size, glossy, green, firm heads. High percentage of perfect heads, even when grown in less-than-ideal, warm and humid conditions. White interior, juicy, and mild. MT0-30. Also available with NOP-compliant pelleting. USDA Certified Organic.

  • Deep Purple Onions

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    Rich reddish purple.

    A red bunching type that is highly colored at any temperature. For spring or summer sowing, with good bolting tolerance for overwintering.