Early Vegetable Starts:
Romaine starts like cool weather and lots of moisture in rich, well drained soil.
Its compact, dark green rosette of tall, upright leaves is slightly curly with white hearts and has a crisp, sweet flavor.
Add a little elegance to your salad with Red Oakleaf Lettuce.
With its tender, burgundy-red leaves, red oak leaf lettuce can add color and texture to any salad. Aside from its visual appeal, this loose-leaf lettuce cultivar also offers many health benefits.
Buttercrunch Lettuce is always better from the garden!
Buttercrunch lettuce has rich green leaves, sometimes tinged with red, form a beautiful rosette that holds well under stress and has good bolt resistance.
Crescent Spinach for early Spring harvest.
Grows best in cool temperatures so make sure to get them in early this Spring. You should be able to continuously harvest the leaves as it remains cool.
Savoy Ace Cabbage in the Pacific Northwest Garden!
The Savoy cabbage not only grows into food, but also will become a beautiful ornament, like a flower made out of leaves, in your garden plot. Starts in April.