We’re here to help fill all your harvest slots. That’s why we identify varieties in our trials that can be planted in late summer or early fall for successful winter harvest. We recommend these winter crop varieties for harvest before or during the “Persephone Period,” when day length is less than 10 hours and plant growth essentially halts. Shop now to extend your harvest season into the depths of winter.
Romaine-like sweet flavor with iceberg-like crisp, crunchy texture.
Sweet flavor and crunchy, crisp, succulent leaves. Conventional seed with NOP-compliant pelleting.
Attractive purple roots with sweet flavor and good eating quality.
Sweet-flavored, attractive purple roots.
Bright strawberry-red pac choi for mixed packs and babyleaf.
Bright strawberry-red pac choi.
Condensed saladbowl-type oakleaf for whole heads or salad mixes.
Fine-lobed saladbowl-type oakleaf. Conventional seed with NOP-compliant pelleting.