Sugar Loaf Endive (Cichorium endivia)Add to Wish List
Chefs in France and Italy prize this gourmet endive variety, which closely resembles the more popular Romaine lettuce. Its slightly bitter taste brings a special flavour to any salad, and the light green leaves form compact heads weighing 2-4 pounds.
Rossa Di Verona Endive (Cichorium endivia)Add to Wish List
Rossa di Verona is a lovely heirloom radicchio with deep red, heart-shaped leaves that are tightly wrapped around one another to form a solid, round head. For a fall harvest, sow Rossa di Verona chicory seeds in May/June and transplant...
Catalogna Garnet Stem Endive (Cichorium endivia)Add to Wish List
Endive, a chicory family member, is thought to have originated in Egypt or the Mediterranean region. This endive's dark green leaves and bright red stems will brighten up your salads! Endive is a great fall crop because it is sweetened...
Catalogna Emerald Endive (Cichorium endivia)Add to Wish List
Catalogna Emerald endive resembles dandelion with its white stems and dark green leaves, but it has a mild taste and tender leaves. Harvest leaves the first year and overwinter for succulent flower stems in mild climates. Since light frost sweetens...
Broadleaf Batavian Endive (Cichorium endivia)Add to Wish List
Wide lettuce-like leaves with a slight twist characterise the Broadleaf Batavian Endive chicory. This endive produces 10-12" leaves and tightly packed heads with a well blanched, creamy heart. The Broadleaf Batavian Endive is ideal for serving as a garnish on...