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Cucumber 'Crystal Apple'
This is a great, heavy yielding variety which produces oblong pale yellow / greenish white fruits. The fruit crisp and have very thin rind with virtually no bitterness even when old. Extremely high yielding and very tasty for salads. Sow Sp-Su or when temperatures are 18- 28 degrees C Prefers a sunny position, ...
Climbing Bean – ‘Blue Lake’
A great variety which is tall growing producing a heavy crop of stringless green beans Sow in Spring and Summer or all year in warm northern areas. Sow 25mm directly in final position, seedlings emerge 6-10 days, space 15cm apart. This is a climbing variety which requires a trellis or some kind or support. H...
Lot of approx. 50 seeds
This is a fast growing, round shaped variety which is great for all purpose beetroot use. It grows for most of the year in most regions and is great for salads and dinners. Sowing time - Au-Sp in warm climates and Sp-Au in cold climates. Prefer sunny position, sow 12mm deep, emerge 10-14 days Harves...
Soy Bean / Edamame
Lot of approx 50 seeds
This bean variety is well known as a multipurpose plant. On the one hand it makes an excellent green manure to put nitrogen into your soils orgaincally and on the otherhand you get a great harvest of pods whose beans can be dried and boiled for use in the kitchen. Great for making your own flour and tofu...
Tomato – Baby Red Pear 20 seeds
This type of toamto grows indeterminately (A climber, not a bush) and produces red cheryy pear shaped fruits of about 4cm in length. They ripen in clusters and are very proflic and long bearing. The fruits are sweet and juicy making them a perfect choice for the kitchen garden.
Sow Au-Sp in warm north, Sp-Su mode...
Also called Goa bean or Asparagus Pea
This is a vigorous tropical climber with deep blue flowers and four angled pods with feathery margins. All parts of the plant are edible – the pods, flowers, leaves and tubers. It is unsuitable for cool climates and is very frost and cool sensitive but perfo...
Tomato – ‘Black Cherry'
approx 45+ seeds
This is a hard to find black cherry variety which produces small tasty fruits about 3-5cm in size that are a deep mahogny brownish black. Sow Au-Sp in warm north, Sp-Su moderate climates, Spring in cool zones
Sow 6mm deep in a sunny position, ideal soil temp of 18-25 degrees, emerge in 6-12 days, Space 5...
Tomato – Cherry Roma (Also called Mini Roma, Grape Tomato)
This variety produces small cherry tomatoes which are oblong, much like a mini roma. Excellent fresh in salads and also great for cooking and soups or pastes. Sow Au-Sp in warm north, Sp-Su moderate climates, Spring in cool zones Sow 6mm deep in a sunny position, ideal soil tem...
Dwarf Bean'Royal Burgundy'approx. 25 seedsThis variety produces glossy, tender, stringless round pods around 15cm long. They are both highly productive and disease resistant. They are best picked when about 15cm long and will continue to flower of a long period for an extended harvest. This bean is a dwarf variety so dosn't need anything to cli...
Spinach 'Bloomsdale Long standing'
approx 100 seeds
This variety is heavy yielding with large glossy savoyed leaves and a erect and compact form. This variety is extremely hardy and withstands heat or cold, most soils and everything but the most extreme weather. Suitable to use as a baby leaf for salads.
Sowing time - Autumn to Winter or in cool...
Dwarf Bean Heirloom Mix
This is a mixture of all our bush / dwarf bean types to give you a good range in a single packet.
Sowing time - Spring and summer (needs 18+ degrees C) Prefer sunny position, sow 25mm deep, emerge 7-10 days Harvest in approx 50 days after sowing An excellent contribution to the vegetable garden!
Chinese Celery / Cutting Celery
This is a great thin stalked variety commonly used in many asian dishes and soups, stews and stir fry. Holds flavour better, much more aromatic and easier to grow than the large stalked varieties, it can be harvested as soon as the plant is established. Sow Su-Au warm areas, Sp-Au cooler areas Prefers a ...
Climbing Bean 'Scarlett Runner'
Lot of 10 seeds
This variety produces long green and flat pods. Known to be a perennial in mild and frost free climates. Best harvest is in the first year but will die back in winter and shoot again the following spring for around seven years. Produces attractive red flowers. Sowing time - Spring and summer (needs...
This is a mixture of heirloom cucumber varieties. Varieties in the mix include continental, white skin, crystal apple, lemon, lebanese, telegraph, pickling, mini white and spacemaster. Please note that this is a mixture so the seeds will be supplied mixed in one packet.
Sow Sp-Su or when temperatures are an a...
Watermelon - ‘Heirloom Mix'
This is a mixture of heirloom watermelon seeds including rare, unusual and regular varieties. Varieties vary due to availability but may include sugarbaby, candy red, crimson sweet, yellow, small shining light, moon and stars, all sweet, black diamond, Klondyke, Jubilee and yellow midget. (Please note the im...
Squash - Spaghetti squash
This unusual squash variety produces medium sized oblong fruits which, when cooked have a stringy flesh like spaghetti. It can be used in all sorts of meals from pasta through to stews and whilst it does still tastes like a squash it can be used as a spaghetti substitute for a healthier option. Plant in Spring ...
Dwarf Bean 'Cherokee Wax Butter Bean'
Lot of approx. 20 seeds
This variety of dwarf bean produces a long yellow stringless beans. The flavour is similar top normal beans but slightly buttery. Pods have a black seed when mature. Best to pick the beans when young as they are more tender at a younger stage. This bean is a dwarf variety so does not ...
Pumpkin - ‘Heirloom Mix'
approx 15 seeds
This is a mixture of heirloom pumpkin seeds including some rare types as well as the old favourites. Varieties vary due to availability but may include Small sugar, Sweet meat, Jack O'Lantern, Tonda Pandana, Cinderella, Turkish Turban, JAP, Papaw, QLD Blue, Marina di Chioggia, Musquee de Provence, Jarrada...
Lot of approx. 50 seeds
This variety produces cylinder shaped red beets which are a great shaped for easy slicing. Great fresh, roasted or use in salads. It grows for most of the year in most regions and is great for salads and dinners.
Sowing time - Au-Sp in warm climates and Sp-Au in cold climates. Prefer sunny position, sow ...
‘Gold Nugget Bush'
approx 10 seeds
This is a small sized variety with orange skin and yellow orange flesh. Keeps well in winter. It is excellent for all purposes including baking and the vines are of a bush habit so they are great for a smaller garden. Sow in Spring and Summer or Sp-Su in warm northern areas. Sow 20mm, seedlings emerge...
Pumpkin - ‘Trombone Gramma'
This is a rare old variety producing medium sized pumpkins with a long thin 'trombone' like neck. The flesh is sweet and commonly used in pumpkin pies, scones and soup. Sow in Spring and Summer or most of the year in Warm climates. Soil temperature must be 21-35 deg C to germinate. Sow in a clump of 2...
Wild Rocket (also called Roquette / Rucola / Rugula / Arugula) 'Dragons Tongue Lot of approx 150 seeds This a perennial type of rocket that will come up year after year. The leaves have interesting red veins and are more serrated and pungent than the regular salad rocket and have a lovely mild flavour when picked young. Very easy to grow. Sowing...
Chilli – ‘Big Jim’ 20 seeds This is a great variety producing large horn shaped fruits that are medium heat. It has great flavour and the size and shape make it excellent for stuffing. Great all rounder chilli. Sow Spring and Summer Sow 5mm directly in final position or in seed boxes, seedlings emerge 10-14 days, must have adequate temperature t...
Tomato – ‘Roma’
30+ seeds This is an old favourite, traditionally used as a soup or preserve tomato but tastes just as good fresh.
Sow Au-Sp in warm north, Sp-Su moderate climates, Spring in cool zones Sow 6mm deep in a sunny position, ideal soil temp of 18-25 degrees, emerge in 6-12 days, Space 50cm apart Harvest approx 72-80 days after sowing ...
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