O'Henry sweet potato - $10.00, 6 slips
Bradshaw Sweet Potatoes. This outstanding variety has creamy, sweet, and moist orange flesh and an unusual 7-lobed leaf. In our minimal irrigation trials during the droughty summer of 2010, Bradshaw stood out as a champion at producing big roots on little water. Judged to be the sweetest variety on offer in 2011 taste trials.
Bradshaw sweet potato - $10.00, 6 slips
Yukon Gold is also favored by top chefs for making traditional mashed potatoes, the ones that are made from the all American Russet potato. However, with Yukon Gold, your mashed potatoes are golden and beautiful to both the eye and the taste. When first harvested, Yukon Gold shows unique pink eyes not seen in other yellow varieties. They are at their best when home grown.
Yukon Gold Certified Seed Potato: $5.00 1 lb.
(perennial vegetable) Red Malabar Spinach: $2.50 50 seeds
Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach: $1.75 250 seeds
Bianca di Maggio Onion: $2.50 300 seeds
De Morges Braun Lettuce: 65 days. Very rare romaine type with upright, rounded leaves, applegreen in the center and pink-to-bronze outside. Tender and sweet, holds well in the garden, and is one of the last to become bitter. A good choice for early spring or fall gardens, as it tolerates cool temperatures very well. Makes a lovely salad! From Switzerland.
De Morges Braun Lettuce: $2.50 100 seeds
Rouge d'Hiver Lettuce: $2.00 250 seeds
Merveille des Quatre Saisons Lettuce: $2.00 250 seeds
Big Boston Lettuce (or try Blonde Du Cazard): $2.00 250 seeds