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Roquette Arugula – ‘Eruca sativa’

The Arugula Mediterranean Rocket Salad, Roquette, ‘Eruca sativa’, is a select variety grown in Italy to maintain the traditional taste and color of Italian Arygula. Descriptions such as hot with a hint of nut flavor, tart, and spicy are used to describe Arugula.

Wild Arugula  – ‘Eruca vesicaaria sativa’
 

The Arugula Wild Rocket Salad, Roquette, ‘Eruca vesicaaria sativa’, is one of the most popular new greens. The interesting flavor of arugula will
add spunk to any boring salad.

Basil
 

Cinnamon Basil

The Basil Cinnamon, ‘Ocimum basilicum’, has very attractive
violet stems and veining with lavender flowers.

Genovese Basil 

The Basil Genovese Italian, ‘Ocimum
basilicum’, is widely grown in Italy. Genovese basil has a strong basil
flavor and aroma and is a favorite for pesto.

Greek Mini Basil 

The Basil Greek Mini Yevani, ‘Ocimum
basilicum minimum’, is a basil lover’s treat. Yevani has a strong, spicy
basil flavor

Italian Large Leaf Basil 

The Basil Italian Large Leaf,
‘Ocimum basilicum’, is a sweet basil that is particularly good for pesto
and is also excellent for fresh use.

Lemon Basil 

The Basil Lemon, ‘Ocimum basilicum
citriodorum’, has a strong lemon fragrance that makes this basil
excellent for vinegars, salad dressing, fish dishes, and salads.

Lime Basil 

The Basil Lime, ‘Ocimum basilicum americanum’, combines the flavor of basil and lime that gives you and unusual, dramatic, tasty basil.

Napoletano Basil 

The Basil Napoletano, ‘Ocimum basilicum’, is one of the best basils available for eating fresh. The tender leaves are mild, sweet and..

Red Rubin Basil 

The Basil Red Rubin, ‘Ocimum basilicum “Purpurascens’, has rich, dark purple leaves that are an exciting contrast in salads, pasta dishes, vinegar, and as an ornamental in the garden.

Siam Queen Basil 

The Basil Thai Siam Queen, ‘Ocimum
basilicum citriodorum’, is a 1997 All America Selection. The Siam Queen
has a delicious sweet and spicy flavor.

Spicy Globe Greek Basil 

The Basil Greek Spicy Globe,
‘Ocimum basilicum minimum’, is a basil lover’s treat. Its strong, spicy,
basil flavor is a compliment to any tomato dish.

Beans
White Dixie Baby Lima Bean

The Bean Bush Baby Lima White Dixie Butter, ‘Phaseolus lunatus’, has white, small “baby” lima beans that have a delicious flavor and mature earlier than most limas.
Bush Contender Snap Bean 

The Bush Contender Snap Bean,
‘Phaseolus vulgaris’, is the earliest bean we could find. The Contender is tasty, stringless, and it takes only 40 days from sowing to harvest.

Broad Windsor Fava Bean 

The Bean Broad Fava Windsor,
‘Vicia faba’, is Mediterranean heirloom with a delectable nutty/pea flavor and has been enjoyed buy Europeans for centuries.

California Blackeye Bean 

The  Southern Cowpea California Blackeye Bean # 5, ‘Vigna unguiculata’, is the most popular southern pea. The large, smooth seed is mostly eaten fresh, but they can also be dried, or the pods can be eaten whole when they are young.

Bush bean Blue Lake 274 

The Bean Bush Snap Blue Lake 274,
‘Phaseolus vulgaris’, is an old time favorite with exceptional Blue Lake
flavor. It is noted for retaining excellent flavor and texture as a frozen bean.

Bush Bean Montpellier French 

The Bean Bush Montpellier French, ‘Phaseolus vulgaris’, is a true gourmet French “filet” bean. It is featured in upscale French markets because of its
exquisitely tender and delicate taste.

Pencil Pod Bush Bean 

The Pencil Pod Bush Bean, ‘Phaseolus vulgaris’, is a very adaptable wax bean that will grow anywhere in the country.

Purple Queen Bush Bean 

The Purple Queen Bush Bean is eaten pod and all and is one of those vegetables like tomatoes that taste significantly better grown at home rather than bought at a grocery
store.

Blue Lake Pole Bean 

The Blue Lake Pole Bean, ‘Phaseolus
vulgaris’, is an old favorite and has a beany, sweet flavor and they are
fiberless and meaty.

Scarlet Emperor Pole Bean 

The Scarlet Emperpr Pole Been, ‘Phaseolus coccineus’, has large sprays of brilliant rich, red flowers that contrast against deep green foliage.