- Nursery availability -
Seedlings purchased online may be picked up at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre between 8:30-12:30 on Saturday or at the homestead by appointment. Please allow 1 full business day to pack your order. Once you're order is received we will contact you to schedule a pick up. Variety subject to change.
Flattened, round 6 - 8 lb heads with well savoyed outter leaves. Performs well in the heat.
Individual plants may be red, orange, pink or creamy white. A hardy, long standing green that is a great substitute for spinach.
Beautiful blue/green leaves with plum colored veins. More tender, sweeter and faster to cook than any other variety we've tried.
Self-wrapping leaves protect the white curds from the heat and sun. Produces 6-8” heads. Performs well in the heat.
Best variety for sustained production. Compact plants only reach 20” tall. Produces sprouts 1 - 1 1/2 inches in diameter.
Also known as dinosaur Kale or Tuscan Kale. Dark Green, heavily lobbed leaves are sweet and very cold hardy. Slower to grow than other varieties but the taste is worth the wait!
Performs well in the heat. Large, flat heads reach 6 - 10 lbs. Excellent storage variety that is popular in ferments.
Traditional curly kale. Resists yellowing due to heat and frost. Very flavorful variety.
Mild and tender leaves with light purple veins. Leaves are larger and flatter than other varieties of kale and turn a reddish purple in cold weather.
Beautiful, lacy, deeply serrated leaves. Leaves are all purple in cold weather but contain a little green in warmer weather. A very prolific, spicy green that adds a kick to salads or sautes.
All varieties can be harvested as head lettuce, leaf lettuce or cut and come again lettuce. Varieties received will vary with each order.
Varieties include: Jericho Romaine, Capitan Bibb, Speckled Bibb, Oakleaf, Bronze Arrow, Red Deer Tongue, Deer Tongue and Verona Radicchio.
Extremely mild mustard without the spice. Excellent for salads or sautés. Very productive plants.
Tender, light green, spoon-shaped leaves with thick, white ribs. 14-18 in. tall. Crisp and mild, great for Asian cooking.
3-6” Central heads with plenty of side sprouts. Use young leaves like collard greens once the head has started to develop.
Celery leaf variety with excellent flavor! Great for fresh or dried parsley.
Traditional cilantro. Plant in a pot or in an area with afternoon shade to extend your harvest. Cilantro does not like hot weather.