Heirloom

Light Requirement

Form

LifeCycle

Height

Burpee Exclusive

All Heirloom Vegetable Seeds and Plants

Choose from our wide selection of heirloom vegetable seeds and plants and enjoy the distinctive, old-fashioned taste of these classic favorites.

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  • Customer favorite
    Lettuce, Buttercrunch , , large

    Short Description

    All-America Selections winner. Extremely popular lettuce with luscious, buttery texture.

    $5.19 - $7.29
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Pepper, Sweet, California Wonder, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. The standard bell pepper.

    $6.29 - $19.99
    Seeds and Plants
  • Broccoli, Waltham 29, , large

    Short Description

    A variety prized for its lovely dark blue-green heads and marvelous flavor.

    $2.39 - $7.29
    Seeds
  • Tomato, Druzba, , large

    Short Description

    Beautiful heirloom tomato with perfect form!

    $4.19
    Seeds
  • Pumpkin, Musquee de Provence, , large

    Short Description

    Favorite pumpkin of chefs.

    $4.19
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Kale, Lacinato , , large

    Short Description

    Italian heirloom with blue-green leaves loaded with flavor,

    $5.19 - $9.99
    Seeds and Plants
  • Customer favorite
    Tomato, Cherokee Purple, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. Its flavor is rich and full—often compared with Brandywine.

    $5.19 - $18.99
    Seeds and Plants
  • Eggplant, Black Beauty, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. From 1902, it remains a standard worldwide for large-fruited black eggplant.

    $3.19 - $19.99
    Seeds and Plants
  • Tomato, Yellow Currant, , large

    Short Description

    Petite, delicious yellow tomatoes that grow in abundance.

    $4.19
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Lettuce, Black Seeded Simpson, , large

    Short Description

    Even after 150 years it's one of the most tender leaf lettuces.

    $4.19 - $7.29
    Seeds
  • Pepper, Sweet, Chinese Giant, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. Burpee introduced.

    $4.19 - $17.99
    Seeds and Plants
  • Carrot, Danvers 126 , , large

    Short Description

    Heirloom carrot developed in 1886.

    $3.19 - $5.99
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Pepper, Hot, Poblano (Ancho), , large

    Short Description

    Loads of mildly pungent, 4" heart-shaped fruits that ripen from dark green to deep red.

    $6.29 - $18.99
    Seeds and Plants
  • Tomato, Red Currant, , large

    Short Description

    Ever-so-tiny tomatoes with outsize flavor.

    $4.19
    Seeds
  • Pepper, Hot, Serrano Tampiqueno, , large

    Short Description

    A pungent Mexican favorite with distinctive flavor.

    $4.19
    Seeds
  • Customer favorite
    Cucumber, Straight Eight, , large

    Short Description

    A cucumber superstar, this classic has excellent flavor and is widely adapted.

    $4.99 - $8.39
    Seeds
  • Tomato, Beefsteak Organic, , large

    Short Description

    Meaty fruits with fine flavor.

    $5.19
    Seeds
  • Lettuce, Red Grenoble, , large

    Short Description

    Vigorous variety with tasty deep-green leaves.

    $4.19
    Seeds
  • Asparagus, Mary Washington, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. Light cuttings in 2 years; regular cuttings thereafter.

    $3.39 - $18.99
    Seeds, Plants, Bare Roots
  • Pea, Mammoth Melting Sugar, , large

    Short Description

    HEIRLOOM. This is by far the largest and finest of the sugar or edible-podded peas.

    $4.19
    Seeds
  • Cauliflower, Snowball Self-Blanching, , large

    Short Description

    Thrives in the cool weather.

    $3.39 - $5.39
    Seeds
  • Lettuce, Cimmaron, , large

    Short Description

    A red romaine with terrific flavor—and an American favorite since the 1700s.

    $4.19
    Seeds
  • Leek, Blue Solaise, , large

    Short Description

    True blue-green French heirloom that can overwinter in Vermont.

    $4.19
    Seeds
  • Cabbage, Brunswick, , large

    Short Description

    German heirloom with dense, firm drum-shaped heads packed with flavor.

    $4.19
    Seeds
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