Unusual garden vegetables are a great way to have produce coming from your garden with character and unique variety. These vegetables are unusual and beautiful.
I know you're going to love growing these fun heirloom varieties!
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Love, love love this!! It's new and I haven't had a chance to order it yet, but I really hope it grows well where we are. :D
Beautiful deep purples right on the verge of black. So unique!
Christmas lights! :D That's what I think about these colorful peppers.
This is an unusual fruit called Pawpaw.
Red goji berries grow wild on the land surrounding our property. My younger siblings love it when I take them out there to pick goji berries. In my last order from Baker Creek I just had to try these.
Why would you grow green spinach when you can have all this color?
Deep, contrast, dark...these black magic cosmos pack a beautiful punch!
Who says eggplants have to look the same? These look easier to slice and cook to me.
These large 4" roots are beautiful and have a fun pink surprise inside. :)
This radish's root is not edible, but it produces an pod that can be eaten. In addition, this plant grows very fast.
This is a great summer squash or let it mature longer and you can harvest it as a hard winter squash. Beautiful.
This broccoli variety produces the most lovely spirals I've seen.
Turnips can grow in fun, odd or unusual shape and sizes as well. :)
I hope you have been inspired to add some of these unusual garden vegetables to your backyard this year!
Oh, and Baker Creek has a wonderful seed catalog you can order at their website if you want more unique heirloom vegetables.