Culinary Seeds

New York Times garden columnist Ann Raver wants you to consider new or unusual varieties of culinary seeds for your garden this season. Look in seed catalogs such as Johnny's or Cook's Garden and check your local botanical garden for new plant varieties compatible to your area. Ann says consider some or all of the following:

  • Purple Hyacinth Beans: these grow well on a trellis and look beautiful as well.
  • Perennial Alpine Strawberries
  • Hearty Kiwi
  • Young Mustard Greens
  • Sativa, a wild arugula
  • Lettuces such as Deer Tongue, Lamb's Quarters, and Freckles



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