Net Wt. 1.8 g (Approx. 400 to 420 seeds)
A dwarf open pollinated heirloom that dates before 1865. A easy to grow, hardy, very compact plant that matures at 12 to 18 inches. The blue-green, densely curled leaves are tender and delicate, extremely sweet and non-bitter so they are excellent when eaten fresh as a micro green as well as cooked for greens. Exceptionally cold hardy and can be harvested until freeze up, a light frost improves flavor. The plants perform well when they are cut and allowed to re-grow. A highly nutritious vegetable that is high in fiber and has exceptional health benefits as an antioxidant due to its high levels of vitamin A and C and micro-nutrients. Very cold hardy and grows well in Alaska. A variety tested in Alaska by the University of Alaska Cooperative Extension.