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This beautiful beet has deep reddish-purple leaves! Very sweet and delicious, the baby leaves are a rage in salads. The beets are tasty too, and have pretty pink rings inside.
Pre-1840 Italian heirloom, introduced to the U.S. before 1865. Named for a fishing town near Venice. Uniquely beautiful flesh has alternating red and white concentric rings that resemble a bull’s-eye. A feast for the eyes; wonderful for fresh eating and pickling. Retains markings if baked whole and sliced just before serving.
Detroit Dark Red
Heirloom from 1892. Original selections were made from Early Blood Turnip by Mr. Reeves of Port Hope, Ontario, Canada. Nearly round blood-red 3" diameter roots. Great for canning and fresh eating. Prolific, good keeper.
This variety dates back to the 1820's or before. The beets are a rich, golden-yellow and very sweet. A beautiful beet that won’t bleed like red beets. The greens are also very tasty.
We sell carrots in 1+lb bunches with greens on and as a mix of the different varieties depending on what is ready to pull!
Bright orange flesh is nearly coreless, sweet, and tender. Uniform roots up to 8" long.
Beautiful red-purple exterior provides an amazing contrast with the yellow-orange interior when sliced. Sweet, almost spicy flavor.
They are crisp, sweet and have a pronounced 'carroty' flavor.
Jaune Obtuse du Doubs
A delicious, bright, lemon-yellow carrot that comes from France. Mentioned in 1894, it was originally used as a stock carrot for livestock. This big, thick yellow carrot has been winning over chefs and gardeners, for it has a fine, sweet taste that is hard to duplicate in modern carrots.
Machew Jadaina Koral
Cylindrical deep orange roots are 8-9 inches long and very free of splitting. A great keeper and also considered superior for juicing.
Pasa Asita Black
This Pusa Asita Black carrot is one of his masterpieces! So rich in Anthocyanins that it is practically black! It tastes richer than a regular "orange" carrot, and is likely much more nutrient packed with anti-oxidants!
Exceptionally sleek roots tapered at the end, 10 - 12 “ long, red skin with 100% red core; sweet flavor also suitable for juicing; because of its shape, size and color
coreless heirloom that is sweet and without the fibrous tendencies of many heirlooms. Grows about 6"- 8" x 1" with blunt tips.
This variety produces extra fine large bulbs that have superb flavor!
Flat Of Italy
Beautiful, red "cipollini" type, flat gourmet onions from Italy> They are bright red in color and very flat, perfect for fresh eating or cooking. This is a very old Italian variety that was mentioned by Vilmorin in 1885.
Chinese Green Luobo
popular radish from north China; the tasty flesh is bright green. Very unique and colorful, they are shaped like Daikons.
Chinese Red Meat
The colorful "Beauty Heart" radish of historic China. The 4-inch round roots have white and green skin, but the magic is in their rose-red center which is so sweet, crisp, and delicious. A good radish to add color to salads and stir-fries.
Early Scarlet Globe
The classic, round red radish with crisp white flesh that is mild and tasty.
Philadelphia White Box
Nice and mild round white radishes. An historic radish from the 1890s. The D. Landreth Seed Company, the oldest seed house in the US which was established in 1784, listed this variety in their seed list. Suitable for home garden and market growers. A heirloom variety from the USA
Here is one lovely radish with bright purple skin. Truly one of the most colorful varieties for marketing. 1-1/2-inch globes have sweet, crisp, white flesh which does not get pithy.
Bright red, smooth, round, perfect globes are crisp and delicious.
Turnip- Purple Top White
Sweet, mild, fine-grained white flesh. Large tops make delicious greens.