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Purple Cauliflower ♥ beautiful, healthy & delicious! ♥ bake it, roast it, toss it in a stir fry, use it in a vegan soup or stew, or enjoy it raw in a nice big salad... the variations are limitless! ♥ plant strong for the win! ♥

White Star Sprouting Broccoli Some other heirloom varieties: Purple sprouting Rudolph, Zamboni Rapini. White sprouting broccoli is one of two sprouting broccolis, the other is purple. Sprouting broccoli tends to taste better than shop broccoli, but out of the two, the white is much more tender and sweet than the purple. They form lots of small heads at the end of stalks instead of one large head. These deliciously tender plants are high in Vitamin C, K, B6 and B9.

Dragon Tongue Bush Bean - This is a Dutch heirloom bean that has striking purple stripes mottled over a bright yellow color. They are also very versatile and can be eaten raw as a snap bean, cooked with the shells, or shelled in soups and stews. They have a unique, clean, vibrant flavor and are very popular with gourmets and chefs.

Blue Podded Pea This historic variety dates back hundreds of years in Europe and is still popular in parts of Europe and Canada today. It is beautifully ornamental and produces lovely purple flowers and purple blue pods. If harvested young, they are great to cook like snow-peas or if left to mature and shelled, they are perfect for soups! A great crop for children!

French market, heirloom purple garlic and yes, this is how they eat it. It is not dried out they're not flowers...but they would certainly have plenty of impact in a centerpiece! :)

loving dutch purple carrots.. Torie & Howard USDA Certified Organic Candy have NO aritificial colors, dyes or flavors. Our coloring come from veggies like these carrots, and beets.......all goodness.

Euphorbia wulfennii fasciation A fabulous mutation affecting most if not all plants (of an unknown cause) called Fasciation.

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