This variety has all of our favorite beets including deep red, golden, and candy striped roots topped by nutritious bright green, dark green with red ribs, and dark red foliage.
This easy-to-grow, heirloom, yellow summer squash produces abundant fruits with graceful necks that are famous for flavor.
This standard Swiss chard yields medium green leaves accented with white veins on broad white stems. Use the tender baby leaves in salads or full size for cooking.
A Seeds of Change® Original, this exciting new zucchini requires less water than other varieties. Open plants with smooth, spineless stalks yield classy dark green fruits all summer.
This heirloom variety yields sweet, juicy, classic 3-4” bell peppers that ripen from dark green to red on vigorous, upright plants. Excellent fresh, roasted, sautéed or stuffed.
A tasty, round, brilliant red radish with crisp white core, this variety is tolerant of poor soils and grows in dry, hot weather.
This variety yields classic, large, orange, ribbed Halloween pumpkins with sturdy handles grown on long spreading vines. Excellent for carving jack-o-lanterns.
Spicy and hot when fresh, the vibrant green, deeply frilled, finely cut leaves of this mustard mellow when cooked. The upright plants do not bolt to seed in the heat as quickly as most others. Harvest the tender baby leaves for salad and use the mature...
These brilliant green, oak-shaped leaves form a tight rosette and have a great buttery texture and crunchy heart when mature. This spring/fall variety can also be used for baby leaf salads.
Perfect for pickling, this disease resistant cucumber variety produces blocky, slightly tapered, medium green fruit with white spines. Widely adapted for growing in all regions.
This variety is sweeter and more tender than other kales, especially during warm weather. The red-veined bunching leaves will also tolerate extreme cold which deepens the color.
This popular heirloom variety yields plump, 4-5” diameter, shiny purple fruits with rich flavor great for eggplant parmesan.