Vegetables

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Heirloom

Organic

Burpee Exclusive

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Gourmet Vegetables

For gourmet chefs, vegetables have moved from side dishes to delectable main entrees. Our gourmet vegetables selections offer a connoisseur's collection of carefully selected heirlooms and hybrids offering exceptional performance and nutrition.

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    3 of our best onions for flavor, size and color.

    $49.95
    Plants
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    Create a tasty culinary delight!

    $13.95
    Seeds
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    6 of our favorite vegetable plants. Tops for taste and usability!

    $29.95
    Plants
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    Huge, mid-season hardneck with a strong, rich flavor.

    $16.95
    Bulbs
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    The sweetest beet we've ever grown.

    $3.95
    Seeds
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    Balmy, rich flavor cooked, moderate heat when raw.

    $16.95
    Bulbs
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    Perfect garlic flavor with long lasting heat.

    $16.95
    Bulbs
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    Gourmet, heirloom rocambole hardeneck from Bulgaria.

    $16.95
    Bulbs
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    Amazing flavor—sweeter than large-head cauliflowers—‘Fioretto’ is a delicacy for your table.

    $6.95 - $9.99
    Seeds and Plants
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    Robust and intense flavor with beautiful form and good storage.

    $16.95
    Bulbs
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    Cool Season Vegetable Collection including 5 seed packets for fall or early spring gardening

    $19.95
    Seeds
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    Robust, very hot and very hardy, porcelain hardneck garlic from Romania.

    $16.95
    Bulbs
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    Vines are loaded with succulent tender pods right up till first frost.

    $5.45
    Seeds
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    Red, yellow and green snacking tomatoes.

    $17.95
    Plants
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    Super low maintenance perennial leaf vegetable, groundcover and houseplant, all in one!

    $18.95
    Plants
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