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Rogue (Not Treated)View more information →
We like Rogue for its performance in warmer weather. It is a beautiful dark green with a deep curl to the leaf. The central stalk has shorter internodes than Winterbor but the long, straight leaf stems make very nice bunches. Rogue will grow back several times.
Starbor (Not Treated)View more information →
Starbor has a short main stem with leaves radiating up. This allows you to cut and bunch in one easy motion. With the darkest green, deeply curled leaves, Starbor is slow bolting, will regrow, and good for spring and fall; it’s excellent for cold weather.
Starbor (Treated Seed)View more information →
Uniform stems of even length facilitate a 1-cut bunch, no need to strip and bunch. Classy, very dark green, curly leaves resist yellowing. Good for spring planting since the bolt resistance is excellent and shows good vigor as the weather gets colder. Our most cold tolerant variety.