Italian Parsley

Italian Parsley is a bright green, leafy herb that grows in moderate climate as a biennial with a taproot for storing food over the winter. Not only is it the perfect garnish, but it’s also rich in iron and vitamins A and C. Use chopped parsley in summer salads for a Mediterranean twist. Source: […]

Long Island Mammoth Dill

Long Island Mammoth Dill is considered a versatile, traditional herb with seeds and leaves prized for pungent aroma often used in pickling and kraut-making. This close relative to the carrot and Queen’s Anne Lace also has been thought to have medicinal uses including soothing and alertness properties. This particular variety will grow to a towering […]

Scarlet Nantes Carrot

Scarlet Nantes carrot is an orange crisp, root vegetable, however purple, red, white, and yellow varieties do exist. This variety is said to adapt easily to soil conditions, though prefers loose, sandy soil for proper root development. Carrots are rich in antioxidants and minerals. They also provide a good source of Vitamin A and contain […]

Black-Seeded Simpson Lettuce

Black-Seeded Simpson lettuce is a popular ruffled leaf lettuce with tender leaves that have outstanding flavor. Lettuce is a good source of vitamin A and potassium, as well as a minor source for several other vitamins and nutrients. Scientific research into the genetic modification of lettuce is ongoing, with over 85 field trials taking place […]

Detroit Dark Red Beets

The beetroot, also known as the table beet, garden beet, red or golden beet, is any of the cultivated varieties grown for their edible taproots. Beets are a cool season, root vegetable crop that grows quickly. Plants can survive frost and near freezing temperatures, making them a good choice for northern gardeners like myself. Beets […]