Heirloom seeds are generations-old, non-hybrid varieties, many of which originated in Europe. Handed down from gardener to gardener, they are some of the most unique types available. Small chartreuse butterhead with crisp, tender leaves and a mild flavor Brought over from Alsace-Lorraine in the 1880s USDA Certified Organic Non-GMO Matures in 40-50 days 250 seeds per packet
Radish, French Breakfast OG Catalog #0420A (Raphanus sativus) (aka Radis Demi-long Rose a Bout Blanc) A very early market garden radish of French origin. Listed by James J. H. Gregory of Marblehead, Massachusetts in 1875. Oblong and blunt, rose scarlet with a white tip. White crisp flesh with a mildly pungent flavor. Sow in the spring or fall and pick when small. 20-30 days.
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Ireland's St. Patrick's Day is the usual day to plant peas and potatoes. Most temps in the U.S. are OK, so celebrate the holiday with a “green” activity: plant a garden! On March 17, St. Patrick's Day, try this traditional activity with your family.