Vegetables Chicory Endive
Two bright green and frizzy heads of endive displayed in a wooden box.
Endive
Regarded in some circles as essential to a great salad, endive is a leafy vegetable also known as frisée, with intricately lobed, frilly leaves that provide loft and texture as well as distinctive, somewhat bitter flavor. The plants have a naturally dense habit that tends to exclude sunlight from the hearts, creating a center with beautifully white to pale-yellow, blanched leaves. For more information on blanching (as well as general growing instructions), see our Key Growing Information.
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Sempre Bianca Endive
Blonde frisée for baby leaf.
Blonde frisée for baby leaf.
35 baby
Fancy blanched leaves for frisée salad mixes.
Fancy blanched leaves for frisée salad mixes.
48 Days
Fancy blanched leaves for salad mixes.
Fancy blanched leaves for salad mixes.
48 Days
Compact, slow-bolting endive.
Compact, slow-bolting endive.
52 Days
Compact, slow-bolting endive.
Compact, slow-bolting endive.
52 Days
Fast-growing chicory with great loft for salad mixes.
Fast-growing chicory with great loft for salad mixes.
29 baby
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Curlesi Endive
Compact, slow-bolting endive.
Compact, slow-bolting endive.
52 Days
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Bianca Riccia Endive
Light green baby leaf, heat and cold tolerant for growing year-round.
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Light green baby leaf, heat and cold tolerant for growing year-round.
42 baby
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