A selection of colorful and unique heirlooms chosen to pique the interest of children and surprise and delight the entire family with both colors and rich flavors. Kids that grow their vegetables eat them - and how!
The Rule of St. Benedict encouraged early American immigrants and their accompanying religious orders to be satisfied with the food that was available locally, and taught them to be wise custodians of their resources. As creative curators and observers of nature, they found brambles and berries tasty, colorful delights from early summer through fall. These enjoyments were preserved and delighted throughout the winter with jams and jellies. That same spirit continues today in your own backyard. .
Culinary discoveries that stretch through the ages and across the ancient network of trading routes of the Silk Road. Today, our selection promises endless possibilities with varieties you won’t find in your local store and farmers’ market.
Grandma was known for tantalizing combinations of huge tomatoes, unique colors and striped varieties. She and the neighbors socialized swapping seeds, stories and canned sauces sharing laughter and love. Whether sliced fresh or cooked in sauces, tomatoes are an unmistakable summer tradition.
Our French grandmother said that flavor depends on how fast food moves from its source to the plate. She insisted that food come straight from our farm to the kitchen, and you could taste the difference.
Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera were at the center of Mexico's circle of artists and intellectuals always entertaining guests, treating them to a dozen dishes. Our salsa garden is a tribute to their palette of colors, zest, sweetness and spice.
These nutrient dense powerhouses pack large doses of antioxidants, phytonutrients, polyphenols, vitamins and minerals. Eating them may reduce the risk of chronic disease, provide greater energy, and prolong one's life.
Alice Waters' passion for local food, good health and traditional simple cuisine empowers future generations with a world of fresh, flavorful ingredients that are grown in a place where they really thrive. For the family who supremely enjoys creating culinary masterpieces using herbs picked from the garden for extraordinary results it is a delight.
Making a salad is an artistic expression in that it requires assembling various colors, textures, and sensory elements. The intimacy of salad and the garden unlocks a world where we are all trying to live better, more honestly, more fully.