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  1. Malabar Spinach, Basalla alba
    £1.65

    Malabar Spinach, is a vining type of plant that thrives in hot temperatures, it is a discovery that is a boon for those of us gardeners that love our greens but find the warm days of summer a bit too hot for good growth. It can be grown throughout the summer and can even cope when the heat exceeds 32°C (90°F).

  2. Malabar Spinach, Basalla rubra
    £1.65

    Malabar Spinach, Basella rubra is valued for the brilliant fuchsia-purplish colour of its leaf stems and veins as well as its mild flavour. The leaves are delicious mixed in with other greens in tossed salads. Juicy and crisp, the flavours of citrus and pepper accompany the succulent leaves.

  3. Fresh marjoram leaves smell a little like basil while in flavour they are rather like thyme, but sweeter and more scented.
    £1.25
    Fresh marjoram leaves smell a little like basil while in flavour they are rather like thyme, but sweeter and more scented. The leaves have a mild flavour and are most often used in recipes of French or English origin. It is also an excellent herb for drying. Organic Seed.
  4. Sweet Marjoram is an essential culinary herb and fresh or dried, no cook should ever be without it.
    £1.40
    Sweet Marjoram is an essential culinary herb and fresh or dried, no cook should ever be without it. It is wonderfully aromatic with a mild oregano flavour with a hint of balsam. Fresh or dried, it is good with veal, beef, lamb, roast poultry and fish. Organic Seed.
  5. Marrow F1 Bush Baby is a baby marrow variety bred to satisfy gardener’s demands for a smaller marrow.

    Marrow 'F1 Bush Baby'

    Summer Squash
    £2.25
    Marrow F1 Bush Baby is a baby marrow variety bred to satisfy demands for a smaller marrow. Plants have a compact, bush type habit, the fruits grow to three quarters the size of a standard variety. Ideal for growing in smaller gardens or in containers.
  6. Marrow 'F1 Tiger Cross' is an early maturing type producing tasty courgettes or can be allowed to mature to produce delicious marrows
    £2.15
    Marrow ‘Tiger Cross F1’ relatively new bush marrow that produces a uniform crop of attractive green striped fruits. It is an early maturing type producing tasty courgettes or can be allowed to mature to produce delicious stripy marrows. Organic Seed.
  7. In the realm of simple herbs few have garnered such a reputation for success as the lowly chamomile.

    Matricaria chamomilla, German Chamomile, Organic

    Camomile Tea, Syn. Matricaria recutita
    £1.25
    Chamomile has been used for centuries. In the realm of simple herbs, for the treatment of common ailments by the common people, few herbs have garnered such a reputation for success as the lowly chamomile. Organic Seed.
  8. Melon Cantaloupe di Charentais
    £1.45

    When it comes to cantaloupes, some people agree that the French do it better. Sweet and juicy, 'Cantaloupe di Charentais' melons are delicate fruits, about the size of a grapefruit. Sweet with a taste of honey, the thick, luscious flesh is delicious right down to the rind.

  9. Melon Galia is an F1 variety. It has been specially bred for maximum vigour and uniform growth and performs reliably despite cooler summers.

    Melon 'F1 Galia'

    Cantaloupe x Honeydew Melon

    Melon Galia is an F1 variety, specially bred for maximum vigour and uniform growth it performs reliably despite cooler summers, you can even grow it in humid or rainy climates without worry. The fruits have a spicy-sweet aroma, with a flavour more like a cantaloupe than honeydew.

  10. Melon 'F1 Jade Lady'

    Melon 'F1 Jade Lady'

    Honeydew Melon
    £2.85

    Melon F1 'Jade Lady' is almost perfectly round in shape, the creamy-white rind is smooth and the light green flesh is tender. Known for its high disease tolerance, it has rather stable quality and is easy to cultivate. The vine ripened fruit has an unbelievable sweet, almost wine-like flavour.

  11. The Ogen Melon has a longstory of devoted connoisseurs.

    Melon 'Ogen'

    Desert Melon, aka Ha'Ogen
    Heritage (Israel 1950's)
    £2.35
    With intoxicating aroma and flavour, the Ogen Melon has a long history of devoted connoisseurs. The plant delivers high yields of small, broad, oval fruits,15cm in diameter. Extremely juicy the fruits have an incredible, almost tropical flavour. RHS AGM.
  12. Melothria scabra 'Cucamelon'

    Melothria scabra 'Cucamelon'

    Mouse melon, Mexican miniature watermelon.
    (First described in 1866)
    £1.45

    Is it an exceptionally small cucumber or the world’s cutest watermelon? That is the vexing question. This tiny melon has been creating a buzz. Its unique flavour, with hints of cucumber and lime, its ease of growth, not to mention its productivity, all conspire to recommend this unusual vine to home gardeners looking for something new to add to their menus.

  13. Mibuna

    Mibuna

    Kyona, Japanese Greens
    £1.10

    Mibuna is a delicate and unusual plant that has been grown for centuries in Japan. It is best enjoyed in baby leaf salads where its addictive flavour can shine, or in stir-fries for a milder taste. Perfect for “cut and come” scissor harvest.

  14. Adzuki beans are delicious when soaked and left to sprout, use in salads, stir fries, and wraps.
    £1.95

    Adzuki beans are prized in Asian cuisine, used in sweet and savory applications they are are complimented by warm spices and often used for celebratory and festival dishes. They cook quickly, and supply high quality protein, low in calories and fat but high in nutrients.

  15. Microleaf or Sprouting: Alfalfa

    Microleaf or Sprouting: Alfalfa

    Microleaf or Miniveg
    £1.60

    Micro Leaf and Sprouts represent the point of greatest vitality in the life cycle of a plant, and pound for pound, Alfalfa is one of the most nutritious foods that you can eat. This dainty, mild-flavoured vegetable lends a wispy, almost-crunchy health bite to salads and sandwiches.

  16. Beetroot sprouts have a fantastic colour that that makes all the difference on your plate.

    Microleaf or Sprouting: Beetroot

    Microleaf or Miniveg
    £1.95

    Beetroot sprouts have a light earthy taste, just a touch different and neutral in combination with other vegetables. It is the fantastic colour that that makes all the difference on your plate. They can be used to decorate salads, toast dishes and other snacks or stir fries.

  17. Microleaf or Sprouting: Mung Bean

    Microleaf or Sprouting: Mung Bean

    Sprouting Seeds, Bean Sprouts
    £1.50

    Mung Bean Sprouts are most commonly seen in your local supermarket and most often used in Indian and Oriental cooking, they add taste and substance to western dishes. Their mild, slightly nutty taste and creamy texture give a distinctive flavour to vegetable dishes and salads.

  18. Microleaf or Sprouting: Mung Bean - Organic

    Microleaf or Sprouting: Mung Bean - Organic

    Bean Sprouts, Microleaf or Miniveg
    £1.75
    Mung Bean Sprouts are often used in Indian and Oriental cooking, they add taste and substance to western dishes. Their mild, slightly nutty taste and creamy texture give a distinctive flavour to vegetable dishes and salads. Organic Seed.
  19. Radish Daikon.

    Microleaf or Sprouting: Radish Daikon

    Kaiware, Microleaf or Miniveg
    £1.75

    Daikon Radish Sprouts, have tall, silky crisp white stems and crisp green leaves. Fast growing with a spicy, hot flavour. Use fresh in salads or sandwiches or add to soups, sushi rolls or stir fry. Lovely as a garnish and wonderful mixed with Alfalfa.

  20. Rocket Sprouting Seeds have a sweet, mild, nutty flavour which is delicious added to salads or sandwiches.

    Microleaf or Sprouting: Rocket

    Microleaf or Miniveg

    Rocket Sprouting Seeds have a sweet, mild, nutty flavour which is delicious added to salads or sandwiches. They are high in nutrients and vitamins, they are excellent antioxidants and enhance the immune system. Sow rocket seeds all year round they are fast growing and ready to eat in 2 to 6 days.

  21. Microleaf or Sprouting: White Mustard
    £1.50

    Mustard can be grown as a sprout or to baby leaf stage. Tangy with a nutty crunch at the soaked stage, they have a wonderful, spicy flavour when they get to the leaf stage. They add a nice crunch in salads, on sandwiches and in raw soups and are often blended with alfalfa or clover sprouts.

  22. Mint, 'Peppermint' Mentha x piperita
    £1.35

    Peppermint is a perennial favorite for many people, it has high menthol content and its refreshing taste is uplifting and cleansing. Popular for infusions and a favourite among herbal tea drinkers, it is one of the easiest herbs to grow yourself. Get creative and include in Schnapps, Mint Juleps or Mojitos!

  23. Mentha spicata (formerly viridis) is the best strain grown from seed. Chopped leaves are used in many culinary dishes.

    Mint, 'Spearmint' Mentha spicata

    English, Common, Garden or Green Mint
    £1.10

    Who can resist the smell of fresh mint in the garden? Mentha spicata is the best strain grown from seed. It is an exceptionally fragrant and ornamental plant in addition to having many culinary uses, it is also extremely attractive to butterflies and bees, making a wonderful addition to a wildlife garden.

  24. Mint, Mentha rotundifolia, 'Egyptian Mint'
    £1.45

    Dating back to the time of the Pharaoh's, Egyptian Mint is characterised as refreshing, cooling and flavourful. Well rounded with no bitter aftertaste, Egyptian Mint has a stronger flavour similar to Apple Mint but, this is a much more robust plant with sturdy upright stems and large velvety green-grey leaves.

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