Start Early for Transplants
Some crops perform best when grown from transplants, that is, started indoors and grown into a sturdy seedling that is then planted. Because these crops must be further along in their growth cycle at planting, they require up-front indoor growing time. Some crops are seeded as early as January or February! Our Research department has identified all the crops that grow best when transplanted, so you can better plan your garden.
Highly uniform Lacinato or "dinosaur" kale for full-size production.
Excellent powdery mildew resistance for a long Asian type.