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A mild Mexican spinach flower known as alaches, surprisingly hardy despite its delegate appearance.

Arguably the sweetest green onion type whose sugars really come out with age and smells milder than scallions, instantly transforming dishes calling for green onions. This is NOT leek. This is the Godzilla of green onions, nurtured anywhere from 10-15 months in the ground as we incrementally and repeatedly cover the roots with surrounding dirt ("hilling") to block light from the stems. This process of blanching makes the stems tender and sweeter.

 

Our Regular size Negi is about 3/4 - 1" diameter.

 

Our Godzilla size Negi is about 1.25-1.5" diameter, spending about 13-15 months in the ground and developing additional sugars. 

 

Check out our Tokyo Negi

 

Check out our Godzilla Tokyo Negi

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Juicy, slightly salty, tangy, crisp and clean. Native to South Africa, these curiously odd succulents store their moisture outside their body in the form of crystallized droplets along their stems and leaves. In the right time and light of the day, these magnificent plants can resemble a frost covered field.

 

 

Dreamy caramelizer with a deep sweetness reminiscent of sweet potatoes slow roasting in charcoal drum cans during cold Korean winters, but don't let the traditional season's use deter you: this is a versatile sweet potato fit for appetizers to mains to sweets, for winters to summers alike.  Dense, creamy, and moist but not stringy like yams, with a unique burnished golden color when cooked. 

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An assortment of things we grow for research, testing, or for plain fun.

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