Red Stalk heirloom celery has been grown since the 1700s. It has more of a robust flavor than regular celery and is excellent for soups or stews. The stalks are thinner than modern celery but the red color of the stalks is very eye catching. A range of red shades from burgundy to brilliant red and even blanched to golden pink, all with green foliage.
This elegant, delicately striped, vivid purple eggplant would make a magnificent pendant. The lovely 3-4" long purple fruit from 2.5' tall plants taste as good as they look.
One of the most popular heirloom types; this one has 7”-long fruit that are white with lovely bright purple stripes. They are so beautiful and have fabulous flavor with sweet, tender flesh. This excellent variety hails from Spain, a country that is renowned for fine food.
A wonderful eggplant from Ping Tung, Taiwan. Fruits are purple and up to 18” long and 2” in diameter. This variety is so sweet and tender, superbly delicious! One of the best Chinese eggplants on the market.
Compact growth habit and highly ornamental appearance make this eggplant perfect for growing in tight spaces and containers. High-yielding plants produce an abundance of deep purple baby fruit that are rich in flavor.While in bloom, the large, lilac and white blooms add to the ornamental appeal.
Colorful, light pink-lavender fruit with white shading. Rich, mild flesh is very popular with chefs and gardeners alike! No bitterness.
Strong, compact plants bear heavy yields of 4- to 8-in. ebony-colored eggplants with mild white flesh. Very tolerant of heat and drought with great disease resistance; you are assured a bumper crop of tasty fruit.
Also known as Strawberry Husk Tomato. Tart-sweet berries. This is the common type used by the Pilgrims; excellent for pies, jams, and preserves of all kinds; also delicious fresh. The fruit grow inside a paper-like husk (the same as Tomatillos).
(Physalis ixocarpa) Beautiful purple fruit, large size. Many are a bright violet color throughout their flesh. Much sweeter than the green types; it can be eaten right off the plant. Turns purple when ripe; rare!