Other Greens


All are to be grown in reasonably moist, fertile soil. Cress, Corn Salad, and Arugula should be sown in place in late winter through mid-spring and harvested before hot weather, or in early fall for a late fall harvest. Mustard greens may be grown in the same way, but often give a harvest well into the summer heat. Collards may be started indoors and set out as transplants 2-4 weeks before last frost date in spring for a summer harvest. Or direct seed in the garden anytime until mid-summer for a fall harvest. A miscellany of crops is offered here. Each is unique; some are warm-growers, others revel in very cool weather. What they all have in common is their diversity of flavors and textures—too good to miss!

French Dandelion

French Dandelion HB215

(Taraxacum officinale) Perennial—This is a cultivated strain from a Dutch... Read More
Aurora Mixed Orach

Aurora Mixed Orach OG124

A mix of radiant colors, all the more beautiful because the plants reach... Read More
Mustard Greens

Mustard Greens Southern Giant Curled OG110

(B. juncea) Large, upright plants with crumpled leaves that have a delicious... Read More

Arugula OG106

(Eruca sativa) Delicious salad green has a spicy flavor; a rage in salads.... Read More
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