Thomas Jefferson started his gardening year early, and advised that "a thimbleful of Lettuce should be sowed every Monday morning, from Feb. 1st to Sept. 1." This collection offers a range of delicious and nutritious cool-season vegetables that can be sown directly in the garden or started indoors and transplanted when the soil can be worked. As Jefferson recommended, make successive plantings to enjoy fresh produce from your garden all season long.
Packaged in an attractive, reusable tin, this collection includes the following ten seeds:
Red Wethersfield Onion
Early Blood Turnip-rooted Beet
Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage
Rouge Demi-Longue de Chantenay Carrot
Tennis Ball Lettuce
Champion of England Pea
Early Scarlet Globe Radish
Due to possible seed supply shortages, substitutions of similar, relevant varieties may be required to complete this collection.