Cynara cardunculus (Scolymus group)

A thornless variety developed by the University of California to be grown as an annual. Matures much earlier than the standard Green Globe variety. Chokes are glossy green and round, up to 4.5 inches at fresh market and are slow to spread open when mature. Read More…

Eruca sativa

This standard strain of arugula or roquette is used in salad mixes to add a delicious spicy flavor. It has long dark green lobed leaves that are ready to cut in 21 days for baby leaves and reaches full maturity after 40 days. Read More…

Ocimum basilicum

An Italian strain widely regared as the best for pesto and garlic-flavored dishes. Plants grow 20 to 30 inches tall and are relatively slow to bolt. Medium dark green leaves average 2 to 3 inches in length and have a strong spicy fragrance and taste. Read More…

Ocimum basilicum

This popular variety has the largest leaves of any of the basil varieties. Plants grow 24 to 32 inches tall with large medium dark green leaves from 2.5 to 4 inches long. Compared to Genovese, the scent and taste is more sweet and mild. Slow bolting, matures slightly later than Genovese. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Crassa group)

Roots are nearly globe shaped at 2.5 to 3 inches in diameter with smooth skin. It has blood red color with virtually no zoning. This beet is a solid good keeping root. Medium green tops with tinges of red. Resistant to Downy Mildew. Matures in an average of 58 days. Read More…

Brassica oleracea (italica group)

This traditional multi-cut open pollinated variety is popular with home gardeners. It produces 20 to 30 inch tall dark green plants. The heads are 3 to 6 inches and it also has abundant side shoots which can be harvested after the main head has been cut. Read More…

Daucus carota var. sativus

Scarlet Nantes has uniform cylindrical roots that average 7 inches long by 1.3 inches in diameter. Short 10 to 12 inch tops. Bright red-orange fine-grained brittle flesh is nearly coreless with a fine very sweet flavor. Colors up early for baby carrots. Read More…

Nepeta cataria

A vigorous growing mint loved by cats. Plants grow up to 36 inches tall. Grayish green leaves have a strong mint-like flavor and may be harvested 75 to 85 days after sowing. Perennial. Read More…

Allium schoenoprasum

Chives produce an abundance of grass like dark green hallow leaves from 6 to 9 inches long. Chopped leaves have a delightful mild onion flavor. Used in soups (fresh or dried) and as a fresh seasoning. First harvest is 75 to 85 days after sowing. Read More…

Coriandrum sativum

Condors own high yielding bolt-resistant strain harvested for its attractive glossy green leaves and outstanding uniform and consistent quality. Leaf harvest of 7 to 8 inch plants at 35 to 40 days after sowing. Popular in many types of cuisine throughout the world. Read More…

Anethum graveolens

This most widely grown cultivar is a dark blue-green aromatic plant 2 to 3 feet tall at leaf harvest and up to 6 feet tall in full bloom. Leaf harvest may begin at 40 to 50 days and seed heads at 90 to 100 days. Read More…

Anethum graveolens

Grows a little taller that Bouquet with sparser foliage and is more green (slightly less blue-green) in color. Begins seeding 5 to 8 days earlier and is considered the best variety for pickling. Read More…

Solanum melongena var. esculentum

Black Beauty is a bushy spreading plant that grows up to 30 inches and produces purplish-black smooth oval fruit 6.5 inches long by 5 inches in diameter with blunt and broad blossom ends. High quality fruit averages 2 pounds, holds well and retains good color. Read More…

Brassica rapa (Japonica group)

Each Mibuna plant produces hundreds of pencil-thin white stalks with delicate, slender, smooth, non-lobed leaves. It is related to Mizuna and has a mildly sharp taste ideal for mixed salads. Cut for baby leaves as early as 21 days and matures in 40 days. Read More…

Brassica rapa (Japonica group)

Mizuna is a unique mustard green of Japanese origin which produces numerous pencil-thin white stalks. These stalks are medium green, deeply indented, feathery and has a mild fresh crisp taste, not at all pungent. Cut for baby leaves as early as 21 days and matures in 40 days. Read More…

Brassica rapa (Narinosa group)

Tat Soi is planted thick for the baby leaf market, these small dark green shiny spoon shaped leaves are ready to harvest in 21 days after sowing. Spaced further apart leaves form a compact, thick rosette in 45 days, perfect for bunching. Mild flavor. Cold tolerant. Read More…

Brassica napus pabularia

Red Russian’s leaves are deep gray-green with purple veins, flat, non-curled with deeply cut margins. Mature leaves are more tender than other kale varieties and have a mild sweet flavor. Vigorous, 18 to 30 inches tall. Matures 50 days from transplanting. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

This is a Bibb type variety with larger more compact yellow-white hearts. Rosette heads average 4.5 inches in diameter with dark-green reddish-tinged thick blistered leaves. More heat tolerant and bolt resistant than many Butterhead varieties. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

This popular older variety quickly produces an abundance of light-green lightly crumpled juicy leaves. The large upright plants are widely adapted and tolerant to heat, drought and frost. Relative maturity is 40 to 65 days. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

This lettuce forms large lime-green rosettes of delicate, tender, deep-notched oak-like leaves. Good resistance to bolting. Relatively good heat tolerance and does not get bitter in hot weather. Baby leaves in 28 days. Full size in 49 to 60 days. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

Parris Island Cos forms 8-12 inch slightly loose neatly folded heads with dark gray-green slightly savoyed leaves and a creamy white heart. Good uniformity with tolerance to tip burn, mosaic and bolting. Read More…

Lactuca sativa

A bronze burgundy red version of Salad bowl also known as Red Oak with the same deeply lobed oak-like leaves and good heat tolerance. Holds its mild, non-bitter salad quality for a long time. Read More…

Origanum majorana

This tender perennial usually grown as an annual has a lovely sweet, balsam-like aroma and a mild oregano flavor. Small gray-green leaves are picked before flowers appear and are used widely as a fresh or dried herb. Plants grow up to 24 inches tall. Read More…

Cucumis melo

A well known shipping and home garden variety that has a smooth creamy-white hard rind without netting or sutures. Fruit average 7.5 to 8 inches by 6.5 to 7 inches with thick lime-green flesh, a small seed cavity and high sugar content. Read More…

Brassica junce

A popular red mustard green that adds a colorful tasty zest to salad mixes. Slightly savoyed leaves are maroon in color with light green midribs and narrow stems. Winter hardy and slow to bolt. Full size leaf harvest in 45 days. Read More…

Brassica juncea

These large upright fast growing plants have good resistance to bolting. They produce big heavily curled dark-green leaves with crumpled frilled edges. Good resistance to cold weather. First harvest is 45 days after sowing. Read More…

Abelmoschus esculentus

These attractive 4 foot plants have green leaves and burgundy stems. Tender 5 to 7 inch deep burgundy pods add beautiful color to any gumbo dish. Developed at Clemson University. All-American winner. Relative maturity is 52 to 60 days. Read More…

Abelmoschus esculentus

By far the most popular variety of okra on the market. This vigorous 3 to 5 foot tall plant produces exceptionally uniform straight medium-green spineless ribbed pods ideal for harvest when about 3 inches long. Read More…

Origanum vulgare

This ever popular “pizza herb” is used extensively in Italian, Greek and Mexican cooking. Bright blue-green plants grow 6 inches tall and up to 24 inches in diameter. Leaves can be harvested in 85 to 95 days (before flowers appear). Used primarily dried. Perennial. Read More…

Petroselinum crispum

This organic parsley has dense dark-green color with finely crumpled leaves. It grows vigorously to the height of 12 to 14 inches. This parsley is frost tolerant and ideal for home or market gardeners. Relative maturity is 70 to 76 days. Read More…

Petroselinum crispum

Also known as Single Leaf or Flat Leaf, this variety is similar to Italian Giant with slightly less uniformity and less cold tolerance. Read More…

Capsicum annuum

These sausage-shaped blunt-ended thick-walled fruits average 3.5 inches by 1.5 inches. These very pungent dark green fruits are slow to turn red. Upright dark green plants grow from 26 to 36 inches tall and provide good fruit cover. Read More…

Capsicum annuum

This large sweet pepper is 4 to 4.5 inches by 3.5 to 4 inches in diameter and approximately 150 to 175 grams. Glossy deep-green color turning red at full maturity are 3 to 4 lobed. Upright prolific ever bearing plants 24 to 26 inches tall. Read More…

Raphanus sativus

A very popular open pollinated round red variety that produces bright cherry-red roots .75 to 1.5 inches in diameter with crisp firm-white flesh. Tops average 2.5 to 3 inches tall. Resistant to pithiness. Matures in 20 to 30 days. Read More…

Salvia officinalis

A shrubby evergreen perennial with broad, velvety, dusty green leaves which have a woodsy camphor-like taste and tempting aroma. Traditionally used as a poultry stuffing and to season meat. Perennial. Grows up to 30 inches tall. Read More…

Spinacia oleracea

Bloomsdale spinach has a more substantial winter greens taste and texture than standard spinach. They have thick twisted crumpled glossy dark-green leaves. Bloomsdale is quick-growing which makes it a heavy yielder. Read More…

Cucurbita pepo

Black Beauty is a popular home garden and shipping variety. Semi-upright plants with block like and glossy black-green fruits, average 6 to 8 inches long by 2 inches in diameter. Tender flesh is firm creamy-white and has a fine flavor. Relative maturity is 50 to 60 days. Read More…

Cucurbita pepo

This popular butternut is more uniform in shape and size with fewer crooknecks. It has better interior texture and color than older varieties. Fruits are 8 to 12 inches by 3.5 to 4 inches and weigh from 3 to 6 pounds. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Cicla group)

A standard green variety that grows up to 28 inches tall. It produces medium dark green crumpled leaves with white veins and broad white 2 to 2.5 inch stems. Tolerant to light frosts. Harvest in 50 to 60 days. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Cicla group)

Ruby Red’s dark green shiny mildly savoyed leaves with red veins and bright crimson stalks make this a decorative variety. Plants grow 18 to 24 inches tall. Tasty unique flavored leaves can be used fresh or frozen. Ready to harvest in 55 to 60 days. Read More…

Thymus vulgaris

This indispensable kitchen herb is a small bushy perennial shrub that grows up to 15 inches tall and produces multiple stems with tiny silver-green aromatic leaves and white to pale purple flowers. Read More…

Citrullus lanatus

This watermelon has tough medium green rind with dark-green stripes. Fruits are nearly round averaging 10 to 12 inches in diameter with an average weight of 24 pounds. Flesh is bright deep-red with high sugar content and relatively few small dark brown mottled seeds. Read More…