Add these easy-to-grow, nutrient-rich fresh sprouts to salads, omelets, sandwiches.
Vibrant, vigorous and unusual, edible amaranth is a garden star summer through fall.
Sow seeds for China aster every spring for much-needed late-season color—and an abundance of excellent cut flowers.
Looking for a dramatic upright accent in your flower garden or containers? Try wheat celosia.
This edible, red-flowering vine is no ordinary pole bean.
The evening performance this vine puts on practically calls for a party!
Romanesco broccoli—is it a work of art or is it dinner?
Little candles cacti produce cute colonies of spiny spheres.
Cheerful, colorful and charming, these baby snapdragons love cool springs.
With its bright red flowers and fragrant foliage, pineapple sage provides a treat both for the eyes and the nose.