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Artichoke di Romagna / Roman (21-98)

$4.00
Artichoke di Romagna —  Medium-large flower buds well covered with fleshy scales, without prickles. Great taste.  Comes from Puglia which is famous for its vegetables. It is the star...

Artichoke Grosso Romanesco (21-99)

$4.00
Big Romanesco Artichoke from Rome. Very rich purple color with large round heads. Excellent taste. Slightly later than Violetta. Non-hardy perennial.  In the north, treat as figs in the fall...

Eggplant Violette di Firenze (90-98)

$3.70
Eggplant Violet of Florence. This is a very large, violet to pink, round fruit with ribbing. Beautiful to look at. A heavy producer, with excellent flavor. 3 gram packet. Not Franchi seed...

Endive Ruffec (75-98)

$4.50
Endive Ruffec. Heirloom. Large head, very fine frilly leaves, large white stems. 75 or so days. Direct seed or use transplants Great cooked or in salads. Best for fall. Set out 5-6 week transplants...

Pepper Marconi Giallo (97-96)

$3.70
Pepper- Marconi Giallo. A much-prized Italian heirloom. Fruit are slender and 6-7" long with 3 lobes. They become yellow as they ripen and should be harvested at that stage. They seem to continue...

Pepper Marconi Rosso (97-95)

$3.70
Pepper - Marconi Rosso. 9-12 inch long, 3" wide block sweet pepper. Three lobes. Deep red when ripe. 80 or so days to maturity from transplants. Big plant. Very productive. 3 gram packet,...

Tomato a Grappoli d'Inverno (106-97)

$4.50
Tomato, a Grappoli d'Inverno - Winter Grape. Also know as Pomodoro Galatina from the town in Southern Puglia where it is from. It is a grape-shaped Determinate red cherry, producing loads of great...

Tomato Belmonte (LAR 106-285)

$4.50
A rare heirloom tomato from the province of Cosenza in Calabria. It was once called "the poor man's meat." Fruits can grow very large, some achieving more than 4 pounds in weight. A type of Cuor di...

Tomato Ciliegino (106-21)

$4.50
Vigorous indeterminate plant with small bright red fruits in clusters. Hundreds of small fruit. Disease resistant. This is a famous, sweet Southern Italian cherry tomato. 3 gram packet, approximately...

Tomato Fiaschetto di Manduria (106-90)

$4.50
Fiaschetto di Manduria means Flask of Manduria. Manduria is a town in Tarento Province in Southern Puglia. This is a very productive, early Determinate. It has a reputation for doing well in dry...

Tomato Licatese (106-42)

$4.50
Tomato Licatese. Medium-sized fruit, flat and slightly ribbed. Delicious flavor. Excellent for fresh use. Listed as a semi-determinate - growing to a height of 3-5 feet. Fruiting stops when the...

Tomato Maremmano (106-02)

$4.50
Heirloom variety from Central Italy. Early Determinate. Small (3 ounce) bright red fruit grow in clusters. Excellent taste for fresh eating or canning. Can be grown in a container. 3 gram packet,...

Tomato Ponderosa sel Oro (106-86)

$4.50
Ponderosa sel Larosa. Indeterminate from Puglia. A golf ball-sized tomato, yellow/red on the outside, red/yellow inside. Amazing production. Holds forever on the vine. Good taste; very nice salad...

Tomato Tondo Liscio (106-289)

$4.50
"Large Smooth Tomato." This is an indeterminate bearing large, round, very smooth red tomatoes. Excellent taste with few seeds. A good choice for mid-season. It is said to be of American origin,...