Summer in Italy Collection
Everyone loves Italian food. It's delicious yet approachable; cheap and simple, yet savory. One of the secrets of excellent Italian home cooking is using fresh vegetables with real flavor. Standard supermarket varieties bred for looks and long-distance shipping often give a bland result. This collection gives you Italian heirloom vegetables--and the recipes for you to use them. These seeds for spring planting will produce in summer--Italian varieties of tomato, spigariello (leaf broccoli,) sweet pepper, beans, cucumber, and summer squash. The collection includes 6 packets of seeds and 2 pages of recipes for using your harvest.