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Claytonia greens displayed in a metal colander.
Specialty Greens
Specialty greens vary in habit, color, texture, flavor, and a number of other characteristics. This group includes varieties of purslane, orach, magenta spreen, vegetable amaranth, tetragonia, celtuce, Malabar spinach, claytonia, and minutina. Offered individually, in bunches or in mixes, these unusual varieties allow the grower to diversify and target specific markets.
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This mild-tasting, slightly nutty mâche is the ideal winter salad item.
This mild-tasting, slightly nutty mâche is the ideal winter salad item.
50 Days
Succulent, cold-hardy salad green with heart-shaped leaf pairs.
Succulent, cold-hardy salad green with heart-shaped leaf pairs.
40 Days
Heat loving salad and stir-fry green with mild Swiss chard flavor.
Heat loving salad and stir-fry green with mild Swiss chard flavor.
50 baby; 85 full size
Heat loving, frost sensitive green with mild Swiss chard taste.
Heat loving, frost sensitive green with mild Swiss chard taste.
50 baby; 85 full size
Colorful heat-tolerant spinach alternative.
Colorful heat-tolerant spinach alternative.
28 baby; 40 full size
Chinese celtuce for stir-fries, soups, and salads.
Chinese celtuce for stir-fries, soups, and salads.
55 Days
Known as "Red Callaloo" in the Caribbean, comparable to spinach in taste.
Known as "Red Callaloo" in the Caribbean, comparable to spinach in taste.
50 Days
Succulent golden-green leaves, orange stems, and mild, crisp flavor.
Succulent golden-green leaves, orange stems, and mild, crisp flavor.
50 Days
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