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Endive & Escarole: Frisée & Endives:

Narrow, finely pinnate and dissected leaves, often crisped or ruffled creating a frilly fluffy effect in the salad. Best sown from March thru August, since these are lot so freeze resistant as the escaroles.

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 Riccia Ruffec (Endive)  Riccia Ruffec 
An open headed curly endive from Italy with deeply ruffled leaf margins, suitable for leaf cutting from dense sowing or head production from 9-12" row spacing. Spring sowings will bolt briefly after heading, summer plantings will form beautiful heads of blanched hearts that keep enlarging. With careful cutting, these can be continuously harvested into winter for tender salads. pricing and more info...
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 Maraichere Tres Fine (Endive & Escarole)  Maraichere Tres Fine 
Triple finely cut leaves of this frisée are a staple ingredient of salad mix, creating great loft in addition to its visual interest and satisfying bitterness. Plants can be spaced 6-8” apart to produce small dense heads with blanched hearts of fine salad size. pricing and more info...
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Endeavor Endive Mix Farm Original Variety! OSSI Pledged Variety
NEW FOR 2021! A bit of a roundabout way to end up with an endive mix, but this comes out of the Chicendive project, originally a cross of chicory by endive. This mixed population of endivish forms varies in leaf shape from the finest frisée to robust endive. I expect to see a wide range of low temperature tolerances, leaf textures, and head sizes. For the intrepid salad grower or on-farm plant explorer. This s... pricing and more info...
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Capillina 
The Italian version of frisée (riccia) intended for autumn sowing and winter harvest of large heads. Well grown plants sown in early October may reach 18" diameter by December holidays. Sequential sowings into January will give continued harvests through April. Tie heads 2 weeks before harvest for the the largest blanched hearts. pricing and more info...
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 Bellesque (Endive & Escarole)  Bellesque 
Named for Bellingham, WA, the town where my friend John Navazio was living as he selected this full sized frilly endive for cold hardiness. Makes large full-hearted heads from plantings in mid-July thru August. Spring sowings are best for early cut salad mix. pricing and more info...
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