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Southern Favorite Vegetables

Try these vegetable varieties which have been proven successful in the South by our Burpee customers including heat tolerant seeds and plants.

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  • Exclusive
    Tomato, Ensalada Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Take a close look at this little delicacy—small, meaty fruits that make perfect salad slices.

    $5.99
    Seeds
  • Spinach, New Zealand, , large

    Short Description

    Heat-resistant, best for summer use.

    $3.99
    Seeds
  • Brussels Sprouts, Igor Organic, , large

    Short Description

    Uniform One Inch Sprouts The first organic Brussels Sprouts hybrid!

    $3.99
    Seeds
  • Tomato, Lizzano Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    All-America Selections winner. Compact plants are ideal for containers, baskets and small gardens.

    $4.99
    $2.49
    Seeds
  • Pepper, Hot, Kung Pao Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Secret stir-fry ingredient

    $3.99
    Seeds
  • Tomato, Arkansas Traveler, , large

    Short Description

    Sweet, tart, flavorful tomatoes originating in the Ozark Mountains.

    $3.99
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Arugula, Rocket (Roquette), , large

    Short Description

    Zesty accent in salads.

    $6.29
    Seeds
  • Turnip, Purple Top White Globe, , large

    Short Description

    A timeless heirloom variety, ancient yet still tops with turnip lovers

    $3.99
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Okra, Clemson Spineless, , large

    Short Description

    The most popular okra on the market.

    $4.99
    Seeds
  • Pepper, Hot Jalapeño  Early Organic, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. Excellent hot and early variety.

    $4.99
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Tomato, Napa Grape Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Beats all other grape tomatoes in our taste tests.

    $6.99 - $17.99
    Seeds and Plants
  • Bean, Contender Bush, , large

    Short Description

    Great bean flavor.

    $2.99
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Squash, Winter, Vegetable Spaghetti, , large

    Short Description

    Healthy spaghetti alternative.

    $4.49
    Seeds
  • Pepper, Hot, Habanero, , large

    Short Description

    The famous 10-alarm pepper from the Caribbean.

    $3.99
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Tomato, Super Sweet 100 Hybrid , , large

    Short Description

    Scarlet, cherry-sized tomatoes produce long clusters right up to frost.

    $4.99 - $17.99
    Seeds and Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Pepper, Sweet Big Daddy Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Gigantic. Gorgeous. Great-tasting.

    $5.99 - $16.99
    Seeds and Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Pepper, Hot, Big Guy Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    The biggest jalapeño we've ever seen!

    $5.99 - $17.99
    Seeds and Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Carrot, Nantes Half Long, , large

    Short Description

    Slim, cylindrical, orange roots.

    $4.99 - $6.99
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Squash, Burpee's Best Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Earlier harvests, out of this world yields and exceptional vigor.

    $6.99
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Cucumber, Sweet Success Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    By far the sweetest flavor you'll find in any burpless English cucumber.

    $6.99
    Seeds
  • Lettuce, Simpson Elite, , large

    Short Description

    Similar to Black-Seeded Simpson, this one can be harvested a month longer.

    $5.99
    Seeds
  • Swiss Chard, Fordhook Giant, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. Dark green, thick, tender leaves. Heavy yield even in hot weather.

    $3.99
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Tomato, Sun Gold  Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Rapidly becoming the most popular cherry tomato of all time.

    $5.99 - $17.99
    Seeds and Plants
  • Squash, Winter, Early Acorn Hybrid, , large

    Short Description

    Early and space-saving! Bush type hybrids can be planted 3 ft. apart.

    $3.99
    Seeds
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