Our plants and products are delivered throughout the season and are subject to availability.
Cool Season Veggies
AAS winner that is delicious raw or cooked. Konan has a nice crunch and a sweetly refreshing, turnipy flavor
Astro grows quickly, is heat tolerant, and provides that peppery flavor that stays mild as the plant matures, unlike other arugula cultivars.
Salad variety adds peppery flavor to salads. Best harvested young.
Most Popular in USA, Excellent Disease Tolerance
A kaleidoscope of orange, purple, red, white and multi-colored beet varieties.
Destiny hybrid is a compact, heat-tolerant, and cold-hardy plant that performs well in warmer climates.
Compact Plant, High Yields
Round Solid Heads, Early
Red Ruby Perfection
Medium Sized Round Heads, Mid-Season
AAS Winner. 1-2 lbs, mild, sweet and early.
Very Cold Hardy
Blue Ridge Dwarf
Finely curled leaves are a bluish-green color. This hardy variety maintains color well, and is slow to bolt.
Buttercrunch Bibb Lettuce
This heat-tolerant, Bibb-type lettuce has quickly become a favorite since earning All America Select status in 1963.
6 pack & 3.5″
Bistro Salad Mix
Well-flavored with many exotic leaf shapes, textures and colors
Gereen Leaf Simpson Elite
Crisp, frilled, light green leaves have a sweet and mild flavor. Plants are bolt resistant resulting in a longer harvest season
Head Great Lakes
This AAS Winner produces a large, firm, crisp head with an excellent flavor. A perfect choice for salads.
New Red Fire Leaf
Flame-tipped, green leaves have great flavor. A slow-to-bolt variety means it holds up well over a long period. Disease resistance to downy mildew, bottom rot, and tipburn.
Valley Heart Romaine
Tall plants produce large, slightly savoyed, green leaves. Good tolerance to cold, heat and bolting.
A variety of different lettuces and greens.
SimplySalad City Garden Mix
Arugula, Cress and Kale
SimplySalad Kale Storm Mix
The first all-kale SimplySalad that has an attractive mix of textures and colours, including purple, green and blue.
SimplySalad Summer Picknic Mix
A blend of red and green leaf lettuces
SimplySalad Wonder Wok Mix
Includes mustards, kale and bok choy
Valley Heart Romaine Lettuce
A tall medium green romaine with slightly savoyed, large leaves. Good cold, bolting and heat tolerances.
AAS winner, bears large, crisp edible pods that are delicious for fresh eating as well as sautéed and steamed. The compact plants grow just 10-24 inches tall, and don’t require staking. Early producing variety.
Slow-bolting variety with upright, dark green leaves, that are somewhat spade shaped. Stays small, which extends the baby leaf harvest window. High resistance to downy mildew.
AAS winner. Nicely savoyed and glossy green or bronze leaves with stems of gold, pink, orange, purple, red, and white with bright, pastel, and multicolored variations. Consistent growth rate, leaf shape and texture, and strong bolt resistance.
Warm Season Veggies
Kentuckty Blue Pole Bean (Heirloom)
This classic is probably the most widely grown pole bean. It has a distinctive flavor, heavy yields and a long harvesting season. Slightly rough, 7 to 8 inch pods should be picked when young for best flavor and texture. Because they use vertical space, they free up the horizontal rows in the vegetable garden for other crops and easier to harvest than bush plants. Support with 5-6 foot poles, trellis, string, fence, or corn stalks as the beans will climb up the corn. Used for canning, freezing, or fresh from the garden.
Bush Blue Lake 274 (Heirloom)
Plants produce plump, tender 5–6″ white-seeded pods prolifically over a long season. Fiber-free beans are delicious! Early-yielding plants require no support.
Blue Lake Pole Beans
These pole beans set pods from the base to the top of the vine. Produces heavy yields of straight, smooth 6″ pods that are crisp and stringless at all stages, never limp. Like other pole beans, they require some type of support or trellis. For a tender texture, harvest beans when they are young and succulent. For top yields, keep picking throughout the season or the plant will stop producing.
Japanese Slicing cucumber will grow straight and 12″ long, but best if picked at 8 to 10″. The smooth, dark green fruit are thin-skinned and tasty with no bitterness, giving it far superior eating quality over common slicers.
Burpee Boost Gold Standard
Loads of beta-carotene. Good for pickling as well as eating fresh.
Burpee Fresh Pickles
3-5″ fruit on compact plant. High yield.
Compact plant, good yields
High tield, very tasty & crisp
Black Beauty (Heirloom)
A standard worldwide for large-fruited black eggplant. Fruits ripen early.
Roly-poly, dark purple, moist, and super-flavorful, large 5” fruits. 24-32″ tall
AAS Winner, Prolific Miniature Sized, Tender & Sweet. This plant has abundant yields whether planted in containers on your patio or in the vegetable garden. Harvest in the baby stage, when fruits are 4 inches long by 1-3/4 wider at the shoulder, for a sweet, bitter-free flavor, with fewer seeds. 2.5′ tall
Slender, petite eggplants that are perfect for grilling and cooking. This variety produces few seeds and has a mild sweet flavor. Harvest when the eggplant is young and glossy.
AAS Winner, compact 16-20″ plants clustered with egg-shaped, 2-3″ purple-black fruit. Loaded with rich, mild, sweet flavor. 16-20″ tall.
3 & 3.5″
A long, slender Asian type. Harvest the fruits when they’re 6″ to 12″ long and up to 1 1/2″ wide. 18-24″ tall.
AAS Winner. A unique red okra with round, not ribbed pods, and a brighter red color than the reddish burgundy okras available. This high-performing AAS Winner received high marks for productivity, taste, texture and tenderness as well as the ornamental value of red pods on red stems
Clemson Spineless (Heirloom)
AAS winner. A favorite of gardeners for over 80 years. Vigorous plants produce an abounding harvest of spineless dark-green, grooved pods.
Jalapeño Early Hot
Lots of flavor in a 3″ pepper. Adapted to cooler climates than other jalapeños. Incredibly versatile, they’re hot enough to add a little kick to your favorite dish, but mild enough for any meal. 18″–36″ tall Jalapeños rate 2,500–5,000 Scoville heat units.
Burpee BOOST Sweet Heat
Mildly spicy peppers. High vitamin C content. Fruit size – 3-4″. 10″ tall
Burpee Dragon Roll (Shishito)
Culinary excellence. Milder than a jalapeno pepper, but has some heat! 12-18″ tall
Burpee Jalapeno Gigante II
The largest jalapeño, measure as much as 5″ long! Grows easily in patio containers. Medium Heat at only 2,500–5,000 on the Scoville Heat Index.
Anaheim Chili Hot
Pungent, long, tapered, mildly hot pepper. Fruits are 8″. Scoville heat units: 800 – 1,400. The thick-walled fruit is the classic pepper used for chiles rellenos, soups, and stews. Plant Height: 24″
Carolina Reaper Hot
World Record Hottest Chili! Beautiful with a bright red rough surface and a long stinger. This pepper got its name for a reason. Be very, very careful using this pepper. Handle these fiery chili peppers with caution: Wear gloves and long sleeves when harvesting, and don’t let cut peppers—or anything made with them—touch your skin. Scoville scale ranges from 1,400,000 – 2,200,000
Cayenne Long Slim Hot
Very hot fruits 5″ long and 1/2″ thick. CAUTION: Use rubber gloves, or clean hot peppers under running water, to avoid skin burn from the pepper juice. Scoville Units: 30.000 – 50.000
Garden Salsa Hot
Medium Heat. This chili-style pepper offers full-bodied flavor without intense, overwhelming heat. Created specifically for use in creating salsa. Disease-resistant plants bear heavy yields of green fruits that eventually ripen to red if left unpicked. The thick-walled peppers have thin skins. Scoville heat units: 2,000 – 4,500
One of the hottest peppers in the world. Fruits ripen from green to bright red, and have thin, wrinkled skins. This is a slow growing plant, but it can sometimes reach up to 4 feet tall. Handle these fiery chili peppers with caution: Wear gloves and long sleeves when harvesting, and don’t let cut peppers—or anything made with them—touch your skin. Scoville heat units: Over 1,000,000
Hungarian Hot Wax Hot
Excellent for pickling and canning with its thick walled 6″ fruits that are tapered and produced on 20 to 24″ tall upright plants. The peppers turn yellow to orange-red at maturity. Adds heat and spice to your favorite cooked dishes. They are 6 to 8 ” long and 2 ” across. They rate at 1,000 on the Scoville Heat Index
Jalapeño M Hot
Dark green, medium-hot, thick-walled peppers 3″ long, 1″ wide, with rounded tips matures to dark red. Plants grow 18-24″ tall. Medium Heat. They rate at 1,000 on the Scoville Heat Index
Serrano Chili Hot
Medium-thin walled fruits per plant. Pick them early when the peppers are green and more mild or wait until they’re mature and red and hot. Scoville Heat index: 10,000 to 23,000
Attractive, large, 5″ x 1-1/4″ dark green, chili-type fruits are firm and uniform with shiny, smooth skin and thick walls. Flavor is mildly hot, but not overpowering. Perfect for slicing, roasting and pickling. Scoville Heat Index: 2,500 to 8,000
Super Chili Hot
AAS winner. Early, very productive. Color ranges from green to orange red. Scoville Heat Index: 40,000 – 50,000
Fiery hot! The pepper that has made Tabasco sauce famous. The light yellow-green peppers turn red when mature and grows on tall plants. It is the only chili variety whose fruits are juicy and not dry on the inside. Resistant to tobacco mosaic virus. The “heat” of this pepper ranges from 30,000 to 50,000 on the Scoville Heat Index. Grow in the garden or in containers.
Trinidad Scorpion Hot
One of the hottest chili on the planet! Wrinkled, lantern-shaped peppers ripen to a bright red-orange and have a tender fruit-like flavor which makes for the perfect sweet-hot combination. Scoville Heat Index: Averages 1.2 million to overr 2 million. Use extreme caution when handling these super hot peppers!
Jalapeño LaBomba Hot
Lots of flavor and mild heat~just 5,000 Scoville units~with smooth, thick, juicy walls. Good for containers, the sturdy, upright plants are incredibly productive.
Burpee Jalapeño Sweet Poppers
A no-heat jalapeño that gives you all the flavor without the burn! These peppers are earlier to fruit and produce high yields with well-drained, nutrient-rich soil. Plant Height: 35-40″
Burpee Big Dipper
Big Dipper produces large, standard, blocky fruits, 4 1/2 in. x 4 1/2 in., mostly four lobed. Fruits are crisp, juicy and have an outstanding flavor. Plant Height: 18’24”
Better Belle Sweet
Crisp with blocky, thick walls that are 3-1/2 to 4-1/2″ in diameter. Green fruits turn red when ripe. A heavy producer and very disease resistant.
Burpee Gold Standard
The biggest and best golden-yellow pepper ever. The bright yellow fruits are 5″ long by 5″ wide, super-flavorful. Plant Height: 27″ tall
Big Bertha Red Sweet
A heavy producer of 7″ by 4″ peppers with thick walls and glossy fruit. The fruit is tender and great for stuffing and roasting. Great for garden beds and large containers.
This 5″ long, yellow-green to red tapered fruit is prized for a sweet, mild flesh that is growing in popularity because of its rich flavor and pretty colors for frying and cooking. Plant Height: 24″
Golden Cal Wonder Sweet
This pepper brightens up any dish using sweet peppers—stuffed, stir-fried, or grilled. Peppers start out green, then ripen to sunburst yellow with a blush of orange. Plant Height: 22-30″
Lady Bell Red Sweet
Delicious, sweet flavor and crisp, crunchy texture. Moderately thick, juicy walls and turn from a glossy green to a bright red at maturity. Elongated bell shape.
Heirloom. AAS Bronze Medal winner. Large, pointed fruits measure 6-7″ long and 1-1/2″ across. The mild yellow peppers ultimately turn brilliant red. Great for pickling.
Burpee Butterbush Winter Squash (Heirloom)
One of the best tasting winter squash. This smaller plant is a productive choice for smaller gardens. Each bush yields 4–5 butternut-shaped fruits. Heirloom favorite’s rich, sweet, red-orange flesh is loaded with nutrition and succulent, delicious flavor. Fruits will keep for months.
4 to 5” long mini-butternut. It is a dark, healthy, orange-buff color and has a uniform butternut shape and high sugar content. Shows moderate to high levels of field resistance to Powdery Mildew. Stores well. Bake or roast.
Fun alternative to noodles. Slightly sweet flavor.
Burpee Goldy F1 Summer Squash
Bright yellow skin, white flesh and few spines, making harvesting easy.
Burpee Smooth Picking F1 Zucchini
Spineless plants that produce medium green, 7 x 2″ zucchinis
Balls Zucchini II
A proven performer that yields slender, straight, 4-8″ deep green fruit extra-early compared to most varieties. Excellent flavor!
Very large 2 1/2- to 3″ green fruits have a juicy sweet-tart taste and are nice and crunchy. Vigorous, healthy plants produces loads of delicious fruit. 3-4′ tall
Burpee Berries Galore Pink
Ever-bearing runner plants produce mid-sized, deep colored berries over thick glossy green foliage that can be harvested every three to four days.
A sweet “Ice Box” watermelon with fine-textured, medium-red flesh. The round, 12 pound, dark green skinned melons grow 8″ across. A delicious, fast maturing watermelon!