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Success with Zucchetta

$3.50 - $10.15
Chioggia. Pronounced "Key-o-gia" Round red beet with alternating white/red stripes inside. The sweetest beet you will ever eat. Even people who do not like beets love these. Tops are very nice and...

Zucchini Striato d'Italia (146-2)

$3.50
Zucchini Striato d'Italia - Italian Stripe. Dark green fruit with light green stripes and small ribbing. Excellent taste, many flowers, large plant. Vigorous, good producer and does well in cool...

Cima di Rapa Sessantina (41-4)

$3.50
Cima di Rapa Sessantina. Cima is a plant in the turnip family that produces edible leaves and a 12-14 inch tall stem with a small broccoli-like head. "Sessantina" means 60 days, but we usually find...

Basil Lettuce Leaf (13-3)

$3.50 - $18.00
Lettuce Leaf Basil. Large leaves and mild taste. Use to stuff, put on a sandwich, or wrap a slice of tomato with mozzarella cheese. 75-80 days from direct seed. 6 gram packet, approx. 3600 seeds...

Zucchetta Serpent of Sicily/Cucuzza (146-43)

$4.50
Zucchetta Serpente di Sicilia - Serpent of Sicily. Sometimes called cucuzze or gagootza. It is actually a gourd (it has white flowers rather than yellow like squash), but is grown and eaten like a...

Parsley Gigante di Napoli (108-2)

$3.50 - $10.75
Parsley Giant of Naples. Very large flat-leaf variety from Naples with incredible flavor. Plants are large with strong, long stalks and large leaves. Start from seed or transplants. Leaves grow back...

Coriander / Coriandolo / Cilantro(44-1)

$3.50
Coriander. Also known as Chinese Parsley or Cilantro, you can use both the seeds and the leaves for flavoring. This variety is slow to bolt, very cold resistant, and easy to grow. To direct seed,...
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Zucchino da Fiore / San Pasquale - Edible Flower (146-57)

$4.50 - $23.00
Zucchino da Fiore. This is a dual-purpose variety that produces delicious zucchini if the flowers are pollinated. It is also the preferred variety for squash blossoms, which are popular in Italian...

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Parsley Gigante di Napoli (108-2)

$3.50 - $10.75
Parsley Giant of Naples. Very large flat-leaf variety from Naples with incredible flavor. Plants are large with strong, long stalks and large leaves. Start from seed or transplants. Leaves grow back...

Zucchini Striato d'Italia (146-2)

$3.50
Zucchini Striato d'Italia - Italian Stripe. Dark green fruit with light green stripes and small ribbing. Excellent taste, many flowers, large plant. Vigorous, good producer and does well in cool...

Zucchetta Serpent of Sicily/Cucuzza (146-43)

$4.50
Zucchetta Serpente di Sicilia - Serpent of Sicily. Sometimes called cucuzze or gagootza. It is actually a gourd (it has white flowers rather than yellow like squash), but is grown and eaten like a...

Zucchino da Fiore / San Pasquale - Edible Flower (146-57)

$4.50 - $23.00
Zucchino da Fiore. This is a dual-purpose variety that produces delicious zucchini if the flowers are pollinated. It is also the preferred variety for squash blossoms, which are popular in Italian...

Success with Zucchetta

$3.50 - $10.15
Chioggia. Pronounced "Key-o-gia" Round red beet with alternating white/red stripes inside. The sweetest beet you will ever eat. Even people who do not like beets love these. Tops are very nice and...

Bean Borlotto Lamon (55-18)

$3.50 - $6.00
Boriotto Bean Lamon from Venice. Brownish/white pods, cream colored beans with red flecks. Vigorous grower, heavy producer, excellent taste. Famous all over Italy. Use as fresh shell beans although...

Bean Meraviglia di Venezia (58-5)

$22.55
Climbing French Bean - Meraviglia di Venezia.  The "100 gram" packet is actually 170 grams,  PRICED AT $6.95. Vigorous plant, heavy producer of up to 10 inch meaty light yellow roma type...

Chard Verde a Costa Bianca (14-3)

$3.50 - $9.50
Chard Verde a Costa Blanca - green and silver. Large head, huge leaves, thick white stem. Beautiful & excellent taste. Cook leaves like spinach, braise stems with olive oil, sprinkle with...

Bean Santa Anna (57-4)

$3.50
Santa Anna. Deep green pole French type bean. Excellent taste. Pick when no thicker than a pencil. Good producer over a long period; keep picked to encourage continued production. Plant after soil...

Cima di Rapa Sessantina (41-4)

$3.50
Cima di Rapa Sessantina. Cima is a plant in the turnip family that produces edible leaves and a 12-14 inch tall stem with a small broccoli-like head. "Sessantina" means 60 days, but we usually find...

Arugula/Rucola Selvatica-Wild Arugula (115-5)

$3.50
Arugula Selvatica means Wild Arugula. Compared to Cultivated Arugula, it is slower growing, ready in about 50 days, with more deeply lobed leaves and a more pungent flavor. This is the type of...

Coriander / Coriandolo / Cilantro(44-1)

$3.50
Coriander. Also known as Chinese Parsley or Cilantro, you can use both the seeds and the leaves for flavoring. This variety is slow to bolt, very cold resistant, and easy to grow. To direct seed,...
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Success with Zucchetta

Success with Zucchetta

We recently asked our customers to tell us about their favorite zucchini varieties. Quite a few people mentioned two varieties that technically aren't zucchini at all ?they are known as Zucchetta. Bu …
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Three Types of Arugula

Three Types of Arugula

Arugula is one of those typically Italian vegetables that has become mainstream in America. And for good reason. It's a delicious green, with a lot more flavor than lettuce, plus it's quick and easy t …
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