The Amish Rocambole garlic (aka Amish White or Amish) has a pungently hot and lingering flavor that grows better in areas that have cold winters.
The Black Crowder cowpea is a high yielding variety of long green pods are easy to shell and deep purple cowpeas that turn black when dried.
Blue Curled Scotch Kale is a compact plant with very tender, blue-green, crinkled leaves that are quite delicious, very cold hardy, and rich in vitamin A.
The very versatile Blue Shelling Pea can be picked young and eaten raw as a colorful snow pea pod or left to swell and harvested as a plump pea for cooking.
The seeds are a typical blackeye type of Southern peas with cream-colored seed coats and black pigments around the eyes.
The California Blackeye #5 is a high yielding, vigorous and easy to grow cowpea plant that can be used green shell peas or dry like winter beans.
California Late garlic is a really great all around late maturing use garlic that is also excellent for baking, as it has a classic garlic flavor!
The Chamisal Wild garlic is a hot and spicy garlic with cloves that are deep red that loves cold winters and matures late in the season!
The Common Buckwheat is a grain that can be planted late spring to early summer and improves top soil and an effective choke weed!