Featured Recommended for Winter Harvest
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Recommended for Winter Harvest
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.
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Economical strain for baby leaf.
Economical strain for baby leaf.
32 baby
Dark green, hybrid tatsoi for bunching or baby leaf.
Dark green, hybrid tatsoi for bunching or baby leaf.
25 baby; 43 full size
Downy mildew-resistant, full-savoy for spring, fall, and winter.
Downy mildew-resistant, full-savoy for spring, fall, and winter.
27 Days
Flavorful dark green mustard.
Flavorful dark green mustard.
21 baby
Dark green, deeply lobed leaves on upright plant for easier harvest.
Dark green, deeply lobed leaves on upright plant for easier harvest.
35 baby; 51 full size
Pink-veined baby leaves are excellent in salad mix.
Pink-veined baby leaves are excellent in salad mix.
30 baby; 55 bunching
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Carlton Asian Greens
Very dark green komatsuna with good heat and cold tolerance.
Very dark green komatsuna with good heat and cold tolerance.
21 baby; 35 full size
Elite strain of the black Spanish variety, crisp and hot white flesh.
Elite strain of the black Spanish variety, crisp and hot white flesh.
50 Days
Split seeds for precise planting.
Split seeds for precise planting.
50-55 to leaf harvest; 90-105 to seed
Standard cilantro variety available in organic seed.
Standard cilantro variety available in organic seed.
50-55 to leaf harvest; 90-105 to seed
Standard red chard for bunching or baby leaf.
Standard red chard for bunching or baby leaf.
32 baby; 59 bunching
Golden-orange stems.
Golden-orange stems.
30 baby; 60 bunching
The traditional American turnip.
The traditional American turnip.
50 Days
Organic all-season spinach.
Organic all-season spinach.
27 Days
Our most winter-hardy bunching onion, with little or no bulbing.
Our most winter-hardy bunching onion, with little or no bulbing.
65 Days
Our recommended sub for Pink Beauty.
Our recommended sub for Pink Beauty.
28 Days
Large, heat-resistant bunching onions.
Large, heat-resistant bunching onions.
65 Days
The first red bunching type that is highly colored at any temperature.
The first red bunching type that is highly colored at any temperature.
60 Days
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