A tasty radish from China with beautiful rose-colored skin.
There are a great many tomato varieties grown for various purposes. Heirloom tomatoes are becoming increasingly popular, particula...rly among home gardeners and organic producers, since they tend to produce more interesting and flavorful crops. The Heirloom Organics Heirloom Tomato Pack contains many of the most popular Heirloom Varieties available today. You will enjoy the colors and flavors of the old original varieties in your own garden. Varieties Include: Amish Paste - 35 seeds Black Krim - 35 seeds Brandywine Pink - 35 seeds Cherokee Purple - 35 seeds Green Zebra - 35 seeds Mortgage Lifter - 35 seeds Ponderosa Pink - 35 seeds Red Currant - 35 seeds Red Strawberry - 35 seeds Siberian - 35 seeds Tomatillo Verde - 35 seeds Yellow Plum - 35 seeds Due to ongoing seed shortages, seed varieties are subject to change without notice. Replacements will be as close as possible and will be included in your order documentation. read more
Italian heirloom with blue-green leaves loaded with flavor,
A winter variety popular in Europe since the 1500s. Crisp, pungent, spicy white flesh.
The pumpkin of pumpkins. Grows up to 200 lb.
A highly decorative squash with "peanut" warts that also makes for delicious eating.
An heirloom squash that tastes like a sweet potato.
Nutty flavor and tender flesh have made this a favorite of French squash lovers.
Bright green, serrated leaves of Japanese mustard add welcome pizzazz to gourmet salads
Italian heirloom with sweet, fragrant orange flesh.
Simply spectacular: a delicious sweet pepper from Italy.
Chinese variety of delicious, burpless cucumber: bright-tasting and crisp.
A red romaine with terrific flavor-and an American favorite since the 1700s.
Vigorous variety with tasty deep-green leaves.
Italian heirloom with nutty taste and star-shaped slices.
All-America Selections winner for 1935 and long-time southern favorite with mild, mustardy flavor.
Lettuce, Paris White Cos
One big, sweet, beautiful watermelon that reaches up to 35 lb.
A Turkish heirloom producing abundant red-orange fruit.
Stunning heirloom pumpkin from New Zealand with stunning blue-green skin.
A classic market variety that has been a delicious American staple since the 1780s.
Prolific, cold-hardy heirloom with bright nutty flavor and distinctive coloring.
A variety prized for its lovely dark blue-green heads and marvelous flavor.
Italian heirloom excels in soups and sauces.
Italian heirloom with long cylindrical dark-green fruits with light-green stripes.
Magnificent bright scarlet tear-drop-shaped fruits with dense, delicious flesh.
Big blocky fruits with sweet, juicy taste.
Perhaps the most beauteous lettuce we've grown: a star selection for your salad bowl.
Delicious early and late season heirloom favorite.
Productive, Italian heirloom broccoli especially good for freezing.
English heirloom butterhead's yellowish-lime-colored leaves have mild, creamy taste.
A high-yielding Missouri heirloom squash with a sweet potato flavor: one of our favorites.
Brightly flavored German variety with pretty, flavorful leaves.
A classic, exceptionally crisp cucumber.
A deliciously sweet beet with scrumptious tops that can be harvested as greens.
Flavor-rich heirloom with outsize yields.
Cold-hardy Asian variety you can harvest in the snow.
Vintage French heirloom with large, smooth tasty leaves.
A Burpee-bred classic introduced in 1890: great for eating fresh or for baking.
Vigorous vines produce huge yields of apple-shaped gourds.
Pretty New Zealand heirloom with pale greenish fruits resembling Granny Smith apples.
Favorite pumpkin of chefs.
Early rooted variety with mildly spicy taste.
High-yielding Southern heirloom.
Celebrated French heirloom with looks to match its exquisite flavor.
HEIRLOOM. The ultimate French melon-and one of the best-tasting anywhere.
Long-season heirloom with beautiful deep-purple sprouts and plenty of vitamins.
Lovely and delicious Italian heirloom: ideal for slicing, baking and roasting.
With beautiful, apple-green whorled heads, this variety has been a culinary delight since the 16th century.