This summer, get ready for the invasion of the cherry tomatoes. Wildly prolific, each determinate patio-ready bush unleashes a bumper crop of 300 little sweeties bursting with great big flavor. Whorling plants yield up 1", 1 oz. cherries right until frost. GROWING TIP: Plants call for caging.
HEIRLOOM. This Burpee bred bean is entirely stringless; it's brittle, meaty, juicy and has exceptional flavor. Plant yields are early and extremely high; pods are round, about 6" long and slightly curved. Plants are entirely self supporting Growth Habit: Bush Days to Maturity: 50 days Sun: Full Sun Height: 12-18 inches Spread: 10 inches Thinning: 6 inches Sowing Method: Direct Sow Fruit Size: 6 inches
Our exclusive tomato sets the standard for taste in grape tomatoes. Not only the consistent top choice in our summer taste tests, but independent studies confirm that it maintains a higher sugar content than any other grape tomato. And the sweetness doesn't fade in late summer. Shiny red, 1" elongated globes are produced in abundance on vigorous vines.
Attractive, round green pods 5"-6" long, slightly curved, brittle, meaty, entirely stringless and of finest flavor. The plants are medium-large, spreading bush form, with dark green foliage. A high quality greenpod bean for home use, canning, and freezing.
As versatile as snap peas—pick snow peas flat and tender. Vigorous 28" plants bear 4½" long pods. Resistant to pea virus, common wilt and powdery mildew. Superb for freezing. Direct-sow in early spring, again in midsummer for a fall crop. Outstanding winter crop in Zones 9-11. 200-225 seeds per packet; sows about 30' of row. Proven tops for performance, flavor and wide adaptability. Our seeds are not treated.
A true breakthrough when it comes to disease-resistance. This scrumptious campari tomato withstands the big three threats besetting tomatoes: late blight, early blight and fruit cracking. Count on a crop of sweet, great-tasting, 2 oz. fruits on indeterminate plants.
Heirloom. Burpee introduced this first of the truly giant bells in 1900. It was twice as big as the largest bell pepper of its day. Plants are a compact 24" tall. Fruits are usually 4" by 4", but Mr. Burpee pointed out that if you thin the fruits, they can grow 5" across and 6" long. Truly remarkable then, and now.
Bean, Burpees Stringless Green Pod Brittle, meaty, juicy and entirely stringless. Exceptional flavor. Heirloom. Plants yield early and need no support. One packet has 2 oz. of seed unless noted, and will sow a row of about 20 ft; one pound sows about 160 ft. Our seed is not treated. Burpee's Stringless Green Pod. 50 days. Brittle, meaty, juicy and entirely stringless. Exceptional flavor. Round pods 6" long are slightly curved. Extremely high yielding plants.
Bush, Bean Stringless Green Pod Latin Name: Phaseolus vulgaris Other Names: Snap beans, Green beans Recommendations: MSU, Type: Heirloom Description: Formerly Burpee Stringless. Crisp pods are 5 to 6 inches long, slightly curved and entirely stringless.
Bet you can?t eat just one of these pop-in-your-mouth, nutrition-packed ruby-red cuties. Loaded with 55% more lycopene and 40% more carotenoids than standard tomatoes. The plants are 9" tall x 44? wide, indeterminate and yield in just 45 days.
78 days. Heavy producer. Large, 1 pound, smooth, deep-globe, scarlet fruits are thick walled and meaty. Strong indeterminate vine. �Approx. 10,690 seeds/oz.�
HEIRLOOM. This medium-sized, very dark maroon beefsteak, with wonderfully rich flavor, originated in Crimea, a peninsula in the Black Sea with perfect "tomato summers". Extremely tasty. This is a grafted plant, and it has very good disease resistance and superior growth characteristics.
This huge heirloom beefsteak (up to 4 lb.; average 2½ lb.) consistently wins taste-tests. Developed in the 1930s by a gardener who planted the four biggest varieties he knew and crossed one with pollen from the other three. He did this for six seasons and created a variety that produced immense, tasty fruit. He sold the plants for $1 a piece and paid off his $6000 mortgage in 6 years. This is a grafted plant, and it has very good disease resistance and superior growth characteristics.
San Marzano tomatoes have thick and meaty flesh that is perfect for sauces or pastes. They are a great candidate for oven-drying, too. Growth is indeterminate, and the fruit is harvestable about 80 days after transplanting. This is a grafted plant, and it has very good disease resistance and superior growth characteristics.
This old Germain heirloom boasts many clusters of 6 to 12 cherry tomato all summer long. It's indeterminate, crack resistant and very prolific. Proven tops for performance, flavor and wide adaptability.
Often favorably compared with the illustrious Brandywine, the gold standard of heirloom tomatoes. With dark pinkish-purple skin, this widely adapted heirloom produces large, slightly flattened 1 lb. fruits with firm, meaty, crimson flesh and few seeds. Indeterminate potato-leaf plants.
As it name suggests, this classic acorn squash was bred at Fordhook Farm in Doylestown, PA, under the expert eye of W. Atlee Burpee himself. Introduced in 1890, the squash's tan oblong fruits grow up to 2 lb. on vining plants. The flavorful fruits can be eaten fresh at around 56 days or left on the vine to mature and used for baking after 85 days.
USDA Certified Organic. (C. moschata) 86 days.  Earlier and smaller than Waltham Butternut, but even better tasting. A space-saving variety for small gardens: most plants are bush-like, some have short runners. 1-1/2 lb. fruits with sweet orange flesh, average 3-6 fruits per plant. (Not downy mildew resistant in summer 2013.) Seed grown and stewarded by Twin Oaks Seed Farm in Louisa, VA.
***BEET*** (Biennial Veg) "Burpee's Golden" variety. 20 seeds/packet. A beautiful beet for salads and is superb as a roast beet! It is great steamed with butter too. Cool weather crop: good for early & late season plantings. 55 days to maturity & simple to grow. ~~~LEVEL of EXPERIENCE NEEDED FOR THESE SEEDS: Beginning Experience~~~ I am a Master Gardener from Wisconsin (ZONE 4) & I want to share many of the perennials, annuals, herbs & veggies from my 3rd generation, organic yard with you. Many of my plants
When we bred and introduced Big Boy hybrid tomato in 1949, its incredible productivity and gorgeous, perfect, large red fruit made it an instant hit. What's kept Big Boy tomato a best-selling tomato all these years is the wonderful aroma and rich flavor. The fruits weigh in 10 oz. with many reaching 1 lb. or more. Healthy, indeterminate vines produce all summer long. The bountiful harvest begins about 78 days after setting plants in the garden. Certified Organic.
Bred by experts at the USDA, and introduced in 1963, this variety produces heavy yields of large, blocky 4-5" x 3½-4" fruits. The thick-walled, dark-green to red peppers have a sweet, juicy taste and crisp texture. Vigorous and prolific, the 26-30" upright plants bear over a long season and an excellent choice for the South. Harvest in 72-80 days after transplant.
Mama Mia! The new standard in home-grown paste tomatoes. These beauties are plum-shaped, incredibly meaty, and enormous up to 5" long and 3" across. Skin peels away easily after par-boiling, which means less fuss, less mess, and more delicious, thick, creamy sauce!
An exciting breakthrough sure to become the conversation piece of your summer garden. Habanero peppers have a distinctive taste, but are the very hottest Chile peppers in the world - up to 300,000 units on the 'Scoville' scale. This prevents many people from ever enjoying them - but not anymore. Zavory is the first ever Habanero with a mild heat registering only 100 Scoville's! You can bite into one just like an apple and survive to tell the tale. The beautiful shiny, cardinal red fruits appear in large
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HEIRLOOM. Big Rainbow has a big, lumpy beefsteak shape with a very mild and sweet flavor. The flesh inside is marbled with red in the bottom half of the fruit. It's a knockout on a platter with slices of our other tomato varieties. The large fruits (often 22 oz.) are borne on tall plants. This is a grafted plant, and it has very good disease resistance and superior growth characteristics.
Tatsoi, a long-time Asian staple, forms dense rosettes of mild mustardy-flavored leaves. Enjoy the leaves raw or stir-fried. Crunchy and flavorful, the midribs have a bright, celeryesque taste. Extremely cold-hardy, you can harvest the plants even under snow cover (mittens not included).
Brandywine, which dates back to 1885, is the heirloom tomato standard. One taste and you?ll be enchanted by its superb flavor and luscious shade of red-pink. The large, beefsteak-shaped fruits grow on unusually upright, potato-leaved plants. The fruits set one or two per cluster and ripen late-and are worth the wait. Brandywine's qualities really shine when it develops an incredible fine, sweet flavor. This is a grafted plant, and it has very good disease resistance and superior growth characteristics.
Burpee Exclusive Second Season Vegetable Seeds Now is the time to plant quick growing varieties for a delicious fall harvest. These varieties prefer growing in cooler weather and actually taste better when maturing in the moderate temperatures of fall. Rating A delicious mix-up of tasty Asian greens you grow from... Product Details 28-42 days 1272 - 1 Pkt. (20 pellets)
It's hard to exaggerate the stalwart hardiness of this 19th century French heirloom. Indifferent to cold, the plants will happily overwinter in Vermont. True blue-green, the very large 15-20" tall stalks turn still bluer as the weather gets colder. It's sweet, mild and flavorful.