Arugula

Arugula
3022 Eruca sativa (47 days) Open-pollinated. Great tasting musky greens. Bolt resistant strain. Cold tolerant, great for early spring, late fall, over-wintering. read more
Arugula - Organic
3023 Eruca sativa (47 days) Open-pollinated. Musky greens, certified organic. Cold tolerant, great for early spring, late fall, over-wintering. Eat the flowers if you miss some of the greens. read more
Arugula
Astro - Organic
3020 Eruca sativa (21 days baby, 35 days mature) Open-pollinated. Profuse basal growth. Dense clusters of tasty lush leaves. Grows well in hot and cool seasons. read more
Arugula
Ice-Bred - Organic
3021 Eruca sativa (44 days) Open-pollinated. Cross of two European heirlooms and selected for vigor and cold hardiness. Turns purple when it freezes. Full of flavor. read more
Arugula
Sylvetta
3027 Diplotaxis erucoides (21 days baby, 50 days mature) Open-pollinated. Wild Arugula. Deeply lobed dark green narrow leaves. Excellent for cold-season salads, but also shows good summer endurance. read more

Chard

Chard
Argentata
3033 Beta vulgaris (55 days) Open-pollinated. Vigorous long-standing 2-3' plants with broad silvery-white midribs and deep green savoyed leaves. read more
Chard
Bali
3035 Beta vulgaris
(55 days for bunching, 35-40 days baby leaf) Open-pollinated. Bali chard is a spectrum leap from traditional rhubarb chard even at... read more
Chard
Bright Lights
3036 Beta vulgaris (56 days) Open-pollinated. Gold, yellow, orange and pink stems, midribs and veins. Tender dark green to bronze leaves with mild chard flavor. read more
Chard
Fordhook Giant
3031 Beta vulgaris (50 days) Open-pollinated. Standard broad white stems and dark green savoyed leaves with white veins. read more
Golden - Organicsold out
3038 Beta vulgaris (56 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. Large light green semi-savoyed leaves contrast with bright yellow stems and veins. read more
Chard
Perpetual Spinach
3034 Beta vulgaris (55 days) Open-pollinated. Tender smooth leaves, thin stems, spinach-like flavor. Lasts through summer into fall. Withstands some frosts. read more
Chard
Red Rhubarb - Organic
3041 Beta vulgaris (59 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. Crimson stalks and dark green leaves. Hardy. read more
Chard
Silverado - Organic
3039 Beta vulgaris
(56 full size; 30 days baby leaf) Mainers sure do love their Swiss Chard; this easy-to-grow early crop brightens our chilly drear... read more
Chard
Silverado
3040 Beta vulgaris (cicla group)
(56 full size; 30 days baby leaf) Mainers sure do love their Swiss Chard; this easy-to-grow early crop brightens our... read more

Chicory

Chicory
Italiko Rosso
3047 Cichorium intybus (60 days) Open-pollinated. Savory Italian chicory with deeply toothed red-veined leaves. Best in cool weather, can become bitter in heat. read more
Chicory
Pan di Zucchero
3048 Cichorium intybus (80 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. 1' tall large tight chicory with light green leaves. Very mild flavor. Stores well. read more
Chicory
Puntarelle
3049 Cichorium intybus (80 days) Open-pollinated. Italian heirloom chicory grown for its fused stems which form a swollen bulb. Sweet stalks harvested young and tender. read more

Endive

Full Heart Bataviansold out
3092 Cichorium endivia
(85 days) Open-pollinated. Also known as Escarole. Although very similar to Broad-Leaved, we liked this strain better for being... read more
Speckled Friz Chickendiva - Organicunavailable, supply unavailable
3075 Chicorium intybus x Chicorium endivia (80 days) Open-pollinated. Chicory crossed with endive. More tender than chicory, more cold hardy and ornamental than endive. A range of forms, textures and flavors. read more
Endive
Très Fine Maraîchère Olesh - Organic
3063 Cichorium endivia (42 days) Open-pollinated. French heirloom. Large frizzy sweet endive with very fine ribs. For late spring and early summer harvests. read more

Greens Mixes

Greens Mix
Braising Mix
2998  (40 days) Open-pollinated. Quick-growing mix for an abundant supply of greens for your buddha bowl. read more
Greens Mix - Organic
2993 Open-pollinated. Five or more kinds chosen from among arugulas, beets, chards, chervil, mustards, orachs, purslane, and kales. All organic, exact components vary. read more
Greens Mix
Mesclun
2992 Open-pollinated. Two packets: one mixed lettuces, one mixed greens. Plant lettuces first, then greens for fabulous salad mixes. Cut then water, and they grow again. read more
Greens Mix
Mustard Mix
2996 Open-pollinated. Grow to mix with your lettuces for more interest in your salad bowl. Or use for braising greens mix. read more

Perennial Greens

Broad-Leaved Sorrelsold out
3192 Rumex acetosa (60 days) Open-pollinated. Thick sword-shaped lemony-flavored leaves picked when young and tender. A special treat in early spring. Perennial hardy to Z3. read more
Caucasian Mountain Spinach - ECOsold out
2590 Hablitzia tamnoides Open-pollinated. Perennial spinach-like green. Hardy vine from the Caucasus grows 6-9' long for 2-3 months beginning very early spring. Heart-shaped attractive leaves. read more
Perennial Green
Good King Henry - ECO
3096 Blitum bonus-henricus Open-pollinated. Heirloom perennial green and ancient European potherb. Eat shoots like asparagus; use leaves like spinach. read more
Perennial Green
Sea Kale
3099 Crambe maritima Open-pollinated. Perennial hardy to Zone 5, native to seashores of British Isles. Blanch the tender shoots for spring and winter. read more
Perennial Green
Turkish Rocket - ECO
3195 Bunias orientalis
Perennial, Zones 4-8. A few years ago, defeated by the resident flea beetle population. I gave up on growing brassicas in my... read more
Perennial Green
Watercress - Organic
3059 Nasturtium officinale (60 days) Open-pollinated. Perennial hardy to Z4. Tasty green likes full sun and soggy conditions. Use in salads and soups. read more

Radicchio

Radicchio
Fiero
3187 Cichorium intybus (66 days) F-1 hybrid. Beautiful elongated upright reliable heading radicchio has deeply ribbed purplish-red leaves with white-green veins. Early and delicious. read more
Radicchio
Indigo
3188 Cichorium intybus (69 days) F-1 hybrid. Sweet red radicchio with consistently large tight heads. Rich red interior leaves. read more
Radicchio
Palla di Fuoco Rossa
3190 Cichorium intybus (85 days) Open-pollinated. Uniform round Chioggia-type with deep burgundy red heads. read more
Radicchio
Radicchio di Treviso
3189 Cichorium intybus (80 days) Open-pollinated. White-veined leaves turn from green to variegated burgundy red in cool weather. Romaine-shaped heads. Best for fall crops. read more

Specialty Greens

Specialty Green
Aurora Orach Mix - Organic
3150 Atriplex hortensis (38 days) Open-pollinated. Mix of golden, dark purple and red. Exotic form and intense color. Easy culture and good taste. read more
Specialty Green
Claytonia
3050 Montia perfoliata (40 days) Open-pollinated. Small, heart-shaped leaves with a mild but succulent flavor. Use in mesclun and cut-and-come-again culture. read more
Specialty Green
Golden Purslane - Organic
3182 Portulaca oleracea var. sativa (50 days) Open-pollinated. Golden-green leaves with succulent texture and mildly acerbic flavor. Ideal addition to mesclun. read more
Specialty Green
Large-Leaf Round Mâche
3114 Valerianella locusta (60 days) Open-pollinated. Heirloom. Vigorous large-leaf type of staple salad green. Best for sowing in spring for early summer harvest. read more
Specialty Green
New Zealand Spinach
2592 Tetragonia tetragonioides (52 days) Open-pollinated. New Zealand native plant. Spinach-like green stands well in the heat of summer. read more
Specialty Green
Purple Orach - Organic
3148 Atriplex hortensis (38 days) Open-pollinated. Beautiful red-purple spinach-shaped leaves with mild flavor. Best in salads. read more
Specialty Green
Verte de Cambrai Mâche
3102 Valerianella locusta (45 days) Open-pollinated. Very cold-hardy small-seeded small-leaved strain of this winter staple salad green. Can be overwintered. read more
Specialty Green
Wrinkled Crinkled Crumpled Cress - Organic
3056 Lepidium sativum (30 days) Open-pollinated. Broad leaves are extremely ruffled, wrinkled and savoyed. Spicy, tangy and sweet. Good in salad mix and bunched for market. read more