Scarlet Supreme produces bright red globes that size up fast. These beets have a sweet, buttery smooth flavor even kids will enjoy. They also produce some of the best beet greens that can be eaten fresh or cooked and are full of nutrients.
This is an excellent long lasting variety that holds its mild flavor during hot and dry conditions while other varieties turn bitter. Large bright green domes form atop the plant covered in tight buds that hold longer than other varieties.
Super Dome hybrid is a tremendous yielder of very large, extra fine quality heads on nice compact plants. More broccoli, larger heads, more weight - these features add up to more goodness, flavor, and nutrition for everyone who enjoys broccoli.
Short 24 inch plant produces medium-large heads. This old favorite is best for late summer or fall harvest. Tolerant of short dry spells and chilly fall weather. The stocky plants have dark blue-green heads and prolific side shoots.
Columbia has a very round dense head on an opened framed plant. It holds well, has an excellent interior, and produces heads that weigh 2 to 3 lbs. Resistant to fusarium yellows and tipburn. Early-season variety.
Heavy producer. Large round heads 6-7 inches in diameter. Copenhagen produces good yields of 3 lb cabbage. It is very flavorful and tender. Heads rarely burst. Medium size cabbage is perfect for smaller home gardens. 70-80 days to harvest.
An Anderson’s favorite. Danish Ballhead is a heavy producing blue-green variety with large 6-7 inch round heads that often weigh 5 – 6lbs. Late fall and storage variety that is good cooked or raw in salads and coleslaw.
An early, uniform market cabbage, this popular cabbage is among the earliest of the round-headed varieties with yellows tolerance. The vigorous, medium green plant is very compact (about 11" tall), short-stemmed, with cup-shaped leaves.