This page gives instructions on how to buy chicory seeds from David's Garden Seeds.
The roots of Belgian Endive Totem Chicory is a Dutch variety that can be taken from the refrigerator or root cellar and forced successfully from September to January. The resulting "chicon" is a venerated European delicacy and welcome off-season leafy vegetable for salads and cooking. Organically grown. Ready to harvest in 115 days.
Belgian Endive Totem 50 Hybrid Seeds
Catalogna Special Chicory is for salad mix or bunching. Long, deep green, slender, deeply cut leaves with white midribs. Slow-bolting and upright. Days to harvest 28 baby 48 full.
Catalogna Special 500 Open Pollinated Seeds
Clio Italian Dandelion Chicory is similar but superior to Catalogna Special. It is more upright and more uniform, and thus delivers a higher marketable yield. For cut-and-come-again harvesting use Clio, which is less prone to bolting during regrowth. Clearly the best Catalogna type.Ready to harvest in 48 days.
Clio Italian Dandelion 200 Hybrid Seeds
Dubuisson Chicory is a slow bolting, broad-leaved endive. Slightly slower growing than Keystone, which it replaced, making it less prone to tipburn. Leaves are less broad and more frilly. Very uniform. Technically a Wallone type. Ready to harvest in 50 days.
Endive Dubuisson 50 Organic Seeds
Escarole Natacha Chicory is the best performing escarole. It produces big, heavy heads with abundant, tender leaves, and creamy, blanched hearts with a mild, slightly bitter flavor. Remarkable tolerance to bolting, tipburn, and resistance to bottom rot, even in hot weather. One of the most attractive escaroles. Ready to harvest in 50 days.
Natacha 200 Open Pollinated Seeds
Radicchio Perseo Chicory is an extra-early radicchio. Smaller-sized heads allow for planting at higher densities. Uniform size and maturity. Earliest heading variety in our trials. Ready to harvest in 55 days.
Radicchio Perseo 50 Open Pollinated Seeds
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