Featured Cold Tolerant
Cold Tolerant
Cold Tolerant
Johnny's performs extensive trials in winter high tunnels to bring you the toughest, most cold-hardy vegetables and flowers available. The following crops not only survive, but thrive in the seeming dead of winter. Choose vegetable and flower seeds with proven cold tolerance to extend your growing window.
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Music Garlic
Selected for larger cloves.
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New! Selected for larger cloves.
Approx 290 from fall planting
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German Extra Hardy Garlic
The most reliable garlic to grow.
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New! The most reliable garlic to grow.
Approx 290 from fall planting
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German Red Garlic
Bold garlic flavor.
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New! Bold garlic flavor.
Approx 290 from fall planting
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Tasman Savoyed-Leaf Spinach
Semi-savoy with high DM resistance for early spring, fall, and winter.
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New! Semi-savoy with high DM resistance for early spring, fall, and winter.
28 Days
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Chesnok Red Garlic
Great for roasting.
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New! Great for roasting.
Approx 290 from fall planting
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Standard green curly kale.
Standard green curly kale.
60 Days
Frilly deep purple-red leaves and very similar to Winterbor.
Frilly deep purple-red leaves.
55 Days
This mild-tasting, slightly nutty mâche is the ideal winter salad item.
Mâche for winter salads.
50 Days
The most winter-hardy bunching onion, with little or no bulbing.
The most winter-hardy bunching onion.
65 Days
Well-known French heirloom romaine.
Well-known French heirloom.
28 baby; 50 full size
Outstanding cut flower that's actually a carrot.
Outstanding cut flower that's actually a carrot.
65 - 75 Days
Organic curly green kale, similar to Winterbor.
Organic curly green kale.
75 Days
Clear, bright orange blooms reminiscent of gerberas.
Clear, bright orange blooms reminiscent of gerberas.
50 - 55 Days
The first red bunching type that is highly colored at any temperature.
Deep reddish purple.
60 Days
Vigorous broccoli with the best cold tolerance for fall and winter.
Best cold tolerance for fall and winter production.
63 Days
For one-cut or traditional harvest.
For one-cut harvest.
55 Days
A must for cut-flower mixed bouquets.
A must for cut-flower mixed bouquets.
65 - 75 Days
The first red bunching type that is highly colored at any temperature.
Deep red-purple.
60 Days
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