Vegetables filtered by Seed Type: Heirloom Lifecycle: Annual
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Lacinato or "dinosaur" type Italian heirloom with unique leaf shape.
Italian heirloom.
30 baby; 65 full size
One of the best tasting with rich, loud, distinctively spicy flavor.
One of the best-tasting tomatoes.
78 Days
Unusual variety with full flavor; favorite among heirloom enthusiasts.
Unusual variety with full flavor.
72 Days
Old French heirloom with medium-red tinted leaves, excellent flavor.
Well-known French heirloom.
28 baby; 50 full size
Long favorite heirloom plum, good for salads, ideal for processing.
A long-time favorite heirloom plum.
85 Days
Highest quality Chioggia strain available.
Improved strain of Chioggia.
55 Days
The traditional American turnip.
The traditional American turnip.
50 Days
Highest quality Chioggia strain available.
Improved strain of Chioggia. Organic seed with NOP-compliant pelleting.
55 Days
Russian heirloom with bold, smoky flavor, good texture, unusual look.
Russian heirloom.
80 Days
Attractive Mexican heirloom for fresh salsa and long-term storage.
Mexican heirloom, long storage.
70 Days
Highest quality Chioggia strain available.
Improved strain of Chioggia.
55 Days
Bicolor with complex, fruity flavor and beautiful interior marbling.
Bicolor red and yellow fruit.
78 Days
More vigorous, higher-yielding Brandywine type with excellent flavor.
More vigorous, higher-yielding Brandywine type.
75 Days
Market mainstay in Southern France, where it is sold as cut wedges.
Southern France mainstay.
125 Days
Famous Spanish heirloom, eaten as tapas (appetizers) in Spain.
Famous Spanish heirloom.
60 Days
Heirloom with unusual pear shape, burgundy color, and rich flavor.
Heirloom with unusual pear shape and burgundy color.
74 Days
Petite, distinctive salad tomato borne on tall, vigorous vines.
Petite, distinctive salad tomato.
70 Days
Early-producing, adaptable and tasty greenleaf with tender leaves.
Adaptable and tasty greenleaf.
28 baby; 46 full size
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