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Chicory, Endive & Escarole

Italians love their bitter greens. Many do not consider a meal complete without a bitter salad or roasted escarole.  

  • Catalogna Gigante di Chioggia Chicory

    40-75 days.  Grown for its bushy bunches of long, white stemmed leaves, with a mildly bitter flavor, this chicory is a great choice picked young for a salad or left to mature for grilling or sauteing. Minimum of 250 seeds per packet. Maximum of 4...

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  • Endive di Rufec

    Endive di Rufec

    82 day.  A fine quality frisee endive.  It's very productive and can be used in a mixed green blend or as a frisee salad.   Minimum of 250 seeds per packet. Maximum of 4 packets per order.   PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS:   Planting...

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  • Italiko Rosso Chicory

    45 day.  An upright, catalogna chicory with medium green leaves and red ribs.  It is often mistaken for a red dandelion.  It can be used as a salad green or braised.  A good choice for cool weather growing.   Minimum of 250 seeds...

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  • Misticanza Salad Mix

    Misticanza is the Italian version of the French Mesclun mix.  There are many different variations, with the most traditional belief that it should contain 24 different Italian greens, many of them wild and hand harvested!  Many of those wild...

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  • Radicchio Rossa di Treviso Chicory

    68 day.  A traditional Italian radicchio with upright heads that have red leaves and large pure white stems.  It must be blanched to produce the white stems, otherwise it has red stems and green leaves.  It is good both grown for baby...

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