Greens, Baby Leaf

A number of vegetables are used for delicious fresh greens when the leaves are are young. Click on the photos or variety headings below to see a complete product description. When on the page with the complete variety listing click on the photo to enlarge it.

Seed is sold by weight and all seed counts are approximate.

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Swiss Chard: Ruby Red #523 Swiss Chard: Ruby Red #523

Net Wt. 3g (Approx. 85 to 95 seeds)

An open pollinated, quick growing, main season variety that produces deep crimson stalks with contrasting dark green, crumpled leaves with deep crimson veins over a long season. The...

$1.99
Swiss Chard: Fordhook Giant #373 Swiss Chard: Fordhook Giant #373

Net Wt. 2.3g (Approx. 150 to 160 seeds)

A popular, open pollinated, heirloom that dates back to the 1750's. A main season, fine flavored, nutritious, bolt resistant, compact variety of superior quality that produces...

$1.99
Spinach: Space Hybrid  #243 Spinach: Space Hybrid #243

Net Wt. 3g (approx. 200 - 250 seeds)

This variety had a longer harvest period than most spinaches on trial at the Georgeson Botanical Garden in Fairbanks and one of the best spinaches tested in Alaska....

$1.99
Organic Spinach: Renegade Hybrid #439 Spinach: Renegade Hybrid, Organic Seed #439

Net Wt. 2g (approx. 160 to 170 seeds)

Organic certified seed for a hybrid spinach that shows bolt resistance that compares with the best spinach varieties tested in Alaska when trialed at Georgeson Botanical...

$2.29
Spinach: Bloomsdale Long Standing #283 Spinach: Bloomsdale Long Standing #283

4g (Approx. 380 to 390 seeds)

An open pollinated, heirloom variety introduced in 1925. Not as long standing as some of the newer hybrid smooth leaved varieties but the best open pollinated and one of the best savoyed...

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Spinach: Avon, Hybrid Spinach: Avon Hybrid #410

Net Wt. 3g  (Approx. 200-240 seeds)

This vigorous, bolt resistant, semi-savoy variety, matures large broad dark green leaves with a mild sweet flavor. Its tender leaf and stem pair well with an upright spreading habit...

$1.99
Organic Mustard (Komatsuma): Tendergreen #339 Spinach/Mustard (Komatsuma): Tendergreen, Organic Seed #339

1.8g (Approx. 820 to 850 seeds)    

Organic certified seed for a very easy to grow, open pollinated cross between mustard and spinach that produces mild flavored greens. A great spinach substitute...

$2.29
Mustard: Southern Giant Curled #572 Mustard: Southern Giant Curled #572

2.4g (Approx. 650 to 660 seeds)    

All-Amerian Selections Winner, 1935 The large, vigorous, hardy, cold resistant open pollinated plants have a spread of 18 to 24 inches and is...

$1.79
Mustard: Green Wave # 562 Mustard: Green Wave #562

2.4 g (Approx. 640 to 660 seeds) 

All-America Selections Winner, 1957. A favorite baby leaf variety for microgreen mixes. When mature this open pollinated variety produces large upright plants with...

$1.79
Lettuce, Leaf: Oakleaf # 522 Lettuce, Leaf: Oakleaf #522

Net Wt. 1.5 g (approx. 950 to 960 seeds)

An easy to grow open pollinated American heirloom introduced by Vilmorin Seed Company in 1771. The plant is very ornamental and at one time it was also known as...

$1.99
Kale: Red Russian #392 Kale: Red Russian #392

Net Wt. 1.8g (Approx. 420 to 430 seeds)

An open pollinated heirloom originally from Siberia that was brought to Canada by Russian traiders around 1885. When young, the showy red frilled leaves with wavy margins and purple...

$1.89
Kale, Dwarf Green Curled Kale: Dwarf Blue Curled #402

Net Wt. 1.8 g (Approx. 400 to 420 seeds)

A dwarf open pollinated heirloom that dates before 1865. A easy to grow, hardy, very compact plant that matures at 12 to 18 inches. The blue-green, densely curled leaves are tender...

$1.89
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