vegetable

Moutarde

Moutarde

Flavorful foliage brings a mild, pleasing mustard taste to salads, soups, stir-fry or used as greens. Leaves are also quite attractive, in shades of bright green or deep burgundy, perfect for the edible landscape or simply ornamental use. Mustard is a cool-season vegetable that can turn bitter in the heat of summer; for best quality greens, plant in early spring and again in fall, avoiding hot weather. A quick, easy-to-grow vegetable.

Cornichon

Cornichon

Delightfully crisp texture with a tasty and refreshing flavor. May be peeled or leave skin on for increased nutritional value. Delicious in fresh salads, pickled, or served on a vegetable tray. Harvest while fruit is still small for best pickling results. For easy harvest, allow plants to climb on a structure.

Concombre

Concombre

Burpless dark green fruits are straight and long and excellent for slicing. Most tender and flavorful when picked young. Add to fresh summer salads or vegetable trays for a refreshingly crisp, tasty treat. Plants are disease tolerant. For easy harvest, allow vines to grow up a trellis.

Concombre Japonais

Concombre Japonais

Easy-to-grow Japanese cucumbers have a crisp texture with a tasty and refreshing flavor. May be peeled or leave skin on for increased nutrition value. Delicious in fresh salads, pickled or served on a vegetable tray. For easy harvest, allow plants to climb on a structure.

Courge d'été

Courge d'été

Meaty, fine-textured fruits have bumpy yellow skin and crooked necks. Very flavorful, great used raw in salads or steamed, fried or baked. Adds vibrant color to the dinner table.

Courge Zucchini

Courge Zucchini

Courge d'hiver

Courge d'hiver

Large, elongated oval fruit with creamy yellow skin. Delicious mild flesh resembles spaghetti when cooked. May be baked, fried or steamed. Stores well.

Courge d'hiver

Courge d'hiver

This AAS winner produces fruits weighing 3-5 lbs. Popular for long storage time. Terrific baked, steamed or stuffed. Harvest just before or after the first light frost.

Concombre

Concombre

Compact vines require half the space needed by most cucumbers, making this variety ideal for small gardens and containers. Delicious pickled or as a refreshing addition to vegetable trays.

Concombre

Concombre

Sweet, bitter-free fruits are great for slicing or pickling. Extremely prolific plant produces heavy yields. This variety is resistant to downy and powdery mildew, as well as scab and cucumber mosaic. For easy harvest, allow plants to climb on a structure.

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