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Burpee Exclusive Vegetables

Years of research, innovation and listening to our customers have gone into developing the very best exclusive vegetable varieties specific for home gardening. Click "see all" to view over 100 Burpee Exclusive Vegetables.

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    Paragon of the pea patch; an incredible, edible ornamental.

    $7.95
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    6 of our favorite vegetable plants. Tops for taste and usability!

    $29.95
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    Extra sweet onion that's great for salads.

    $4.19 - $26.95
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    The perfect gift set to grow even the biggest beefsteak tomatoes,

    $54.95
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    If you like crowder peas, you’ll love ‘Charm’.

    $6.95
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    Munch-ready, mini-orange peppers are crispy-sweet and delicious!

    $17.95
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    1 1/2 lbs of hand-selected hardneck garlic recommended for northern climates.

    $39.95
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    A winner in trials - now available as garden-ready plants.

    $18.95
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    Oval radishes, 1½" across, in shades of pink, scarlet, and white.

    $4.45
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    HEIRLOOM. Lakota is as colorful as an Indian blanket with the fine baking quality of Hubbard.

    $4.95
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    Munch-ready, mini-peppers are crispy-sweet and delicious!

    $17.95
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    Munch-ready, mini-yellow peppers are crispy-sweet and delicious!

    $17.95
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    Munch-ready, mini-red peppers are crispy-sweet and delicious!

    $17.95
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