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  1. The globe shaped roots of Radish ‘Cherry Belle’ have appealing bright red skins, smooth white flesh and a crisp, crunchy texture.

    Radish 'Cherry Belle'

    Globe Radish
    £1.25

    The globe shaped roots of Radish ‘Cherry Belle’ have appealing bright red skins, smooth white flesh and a crisp, crunchy texture. This fast maturing variety is reliable and versatile, producing early crops of sweet and succulent, mildly flavoured radish.

  2. The first organically available hybrid radish, Radish 'F1 Celesta' is a vigorous, quick growing, high quality variety.
    £1.75
    The first organically available hybrid radish, Radish 'F1 Celesta' is a vigorous, quick growing, high quality variety with good resistance to downy mildew, ideal for combating wet conditions. It gives very uniform round bulbs, with a bright red bulb colour and very good internal quality. Organic Seed.
  3. French Breakfast 3 is a solid, sweet, cylindrical shape that sports crimson shoulders and a white tip.

    Radish 'French Breakfast 3'

    Heritage variety (Introduced before 1885)
    French Breakfast 3 is a solid, sweet, cylindrical shaped radish that sports crimson shoulders and a white tip. Quick-growing with crisp, tender roots and a sweet mild flavour. Suitable for planting from spring through to autumn even on the smallest city lot.
  4. Radish 'Long White Icicle' is a uniform strain which forms long pure snow-white roots.

    Radish 'Long White Icicle'

    Heritage variety. (China, Introduced 1540)
    £0.95

    Radish 'Long White Icicle' is a uniform strain which forms long, pure snow-white roots. The white flesh is crisp and mild and less pungent than that of the round varieties, they have a spice that warms the tongue, but doesn’t bite back. Very easy to grow and ready for harvest only 25 days after planting,

  5. Radish 'Long White Icicle' is a uniform strain which forms long pure snow-white roots.

    Radish 'Long White Icicle', Organic

    Heritage variety. (China, Introduced 1540)
    £1.25
    Radish 'Long White Icicle' is a lovely white spring radish, that is ready for harvest in only 25 days. Plant a small crop every two weeks to guarantee a continuous harvest. Perfect for folks who want a crop in hand by the time the first robin sings. Organic Seed.
  6. Radish 'Pink Beauty'

    Radish 'Pink Beauty'

    Globe Radish
    £1.25
    Quick to grow and beautiful to look at Radish 'Pink Beauty' is a very sweet, pink radish with a mild flavour. This eye-catching, top-quality radish is an easy variety to grow. The roots are never pithy and take around 26 days to mature.
  7. Radish 'Rainbow Mixed'

    Radish 'Rainbow Mixed'

    Globe Radish
    £1.25

    Quick to grow and beautiful to look at, Radish 'Rainbow Mixed' is a visually stunning selection of coloured-skinned radishes. A very exciting sight to see when picked and an excellent choice for salads and gourmet dishes.

  8. Radish 'Scarlet Globe'
    £1.25
    Scarlet Globe is a very popular and easy variety to grow, producing bright red, evenly shaped roots with pure white, crisp, moist flesh and mild flavour. It has better warm weather tolerance than many. 22 days to harvest.
  9. Radish 'White Beauty'

    Radish 'White Beauty'

    Globe Radish
    £1.25

    Radish 'White Beauty' is the sister variety to 'Pink Beauty', a very sweet, white radish with a mild flavour. The roots have a pleasant tender texture and are never pithy. The flavour is not too spicy and stays mild even as they grow larger.

  10. The Minowase is the finest radish variety for summer to autumn harvest.

    Radish, Daikon 'Minowase Summer Cross'

    Mooli, Asiatic or Oriental Radish
    £1.50

    Out of stock

    The Minowase is the finest daikon radish variety for summer to autumn harvest. Sown from mid June to mid July, it can be harvested during cooler weather until the first mild frosts. They store beautifully and excel in stir-fries and roasts, the flesh is tender, buttery, and mild.

  11. Rhubarb Champagne is easy to grow, reliable and early. It is one of the best varieties for both experienced and new gardeners.

    Rhubarb 'Champagne'

    English Rhubarb, Garden Rhubarb.
    £1.40

    Though an old variety, Rhubarb Champagne is easy to grow, reliable and early. It is one of the best varieties for both experienced and new gardeners. It is a popular mid season variety producing long scarlet stems that have a deliciously sweet taste and a flavour described as ‘winey'.

  12. Glaskin's Perpetual was first raised in Brighton and listed in 1920 as “garden rhubarb”.

    Rhubarb 'Glaskins Perpetual'

    Garden Rhubarb, English Rhubarb.
    Heritage variety (English 1920's)
    £1.25

    Glaskin's Perpetual was first raised in Brighton and produces large, long stemmed, bright red stalks which are juicy and hold good flavour. Very reliable and quick to establish, it is the only rhubarb that can be harvested late in the season (hence the "Perpetual"). Excellent for tarts, pies, jam, wine, forcing etc.

  13. Rhubarb Victoria is one of the easiest Rhubarbs to raise from seed and can usually start to be harvested one year after sowing.

    Rhubarb 'Victoria'

    English Rhubarb, Garden Rhubarb.
    Heritage (English 1837) aka 'Queen Victoria'
    £1.15

    Rhubarb Victoria was introduced by Joseph Myatt of Deptford in 1837. It is one of the easiest to raise from seed and can usually start to be harvested one year after sowing. It produces sweet, juicy, medium sized green stalks with green-red leaves. A popular forcing variety being extremely productive for years.

  14. Rhubarb Victoria is one of the easiest Rhubarbs to raise from seed and can usually start to be harvested one year after sowing.

    Rhubarb 'Victoria' Organic

    English Rhubarb, Garden Rhubarb.
    Heritage (English 1837) aka 'Queen Victoria'
    £1.85
    Rhubarb Victoria is one of the easiest Rhubarbs to raise from seed and can usually start to be harvested one year after sowing. Producing sweet, juicy, medium sized green stalks, it is a popular variety being extremely productive for years. Organic Seed.
  15. Rocket, Arugula 'Cultivated Rocket' Organic

    Rocket, Arugula 'Cultivated Rocket' Organic

    Cultivated Rocket
    Roquette, Rucola, Rugula
    £1.05
    Cultivated Rocket, also known as arugula is a classic salad rocket, it is popular in Italy and Southern France, where it has been grown and eaten for centuries. Typically found in mesclun mixes, It is ideal as a bed for seafood but also makes a wonderful salad on its own. Organic Seed.
  16. Rocket, Arugula 'Dentellata'

    Rocket, Arugula 'Dentellata'

    Cultivated Rocket
    Roquette, Rucola, Rugula
    £0.95

    'Dentellata' is a classic salad rocket with a typical wild rocket indented leaf shape. With good texture and colour it has a mild flavour. Also known as arugula, it is popular in Italy and Southern France, where it has been grown and eaten for centuries.

  17. Rocket 'Discovery' is a very popular finely divided, dark leaf rocket that has a unique aromatic flavour.

    Rocket, Arugula 'Discovery'

    Wild x Cultivated Rocket
    Roquette, Rucola, Rugula
    £1.15

    Rocket 'Discovery' is a very popular finely divided, dark leaf variety that has a unique aromatic flavour. The leaves are more upright and bolting is slower than standard wild rocket. It is so easy to grow it’s almost a crime that people actually go to the shops and pay for it ready washed in bags!

  18. Rocket, Arugula 'Dragons Tongue'

    Rocket, Arugula 'Dragons Tongue'

    Arugula, Roquette, Rucola, Rugula
    £1.25

    Rocket ‘Dragons Tongue’ is a distinctive wild rocket variety with striking purple-red leaf veins which contrast beautifully with the dark green leaf. It is the essence of a lightly flavoured rocket – honeyed, grassy and only lightly peppery. It is something a bit little bit different for the salad bowl.

  19. This variety of edible Rocket has been named after the Galileo In-Orbit Validation Element.

    Rocket, Arugula 'Giove'

    Arugula, Roquette, Rucola, Rugula
    £1.10

    GIOVE, the Galileo In-Orbit Validation Element are the satellites that test technology in orbit for the Galileo positioning system, while Rocket ‘Giove’ is a new wild rocket variety that has been bred for flavour. Bolt-resistant, hardy with a distinctive flavour, I am sure Galileo would have approved of this new variety.

  20. 'Victoria' is a classic salad rocket popular in Italy and Southern France,

    Rocket, Arugula 'Victoria'

    Cultivated Rocket
    Roquette, Rucola, Rugula

    'Victoria' is a classic salad rocket popular in Italy and Southern France, it is typically found in mesclun mixes. Used fresh when they are young and tender the leaves add a peppery note to salads. Cooked lightly it can be added to stir-fries, it also makes a delicious spinach substitute.

  21. Rocket, Arugula 'Wild Rocket'

    Rocket, Arugula 'Wild Rocket'

    Arugula, Roquette, Rucola, Rugula
    Ancient Crop. True wild variety

    'Wild' or 'Perennial' rocket is gaining in popularity; it has narrower and more deeply divided, aromatic leaves than the annual variety. With a sharp and clean flavour they hardly need a dressing. For restaurant quality micro-greens or pesto, use wild rocket when only the finest ingredients will do!

  22. Rocket, Arugula 'Wild Rocket' Organic

    Rocket, Arugula 'Wild Rocket' Organic

    Arugula, Roquette, Rucola, Rugula
    Ancient Crop. True wild variety
    £1.25
    'Wild' Rocket, also known as perennial rocket has a more intense flavour than annual varieties and can be grown outdoors all year round. Suitable to container growing, use as a baby leaf in salad mixes. It can be 'cut and come again' two to three times. Organic Seed.
  23. The root of Root Parsley Hamburg can be left in the ground all winter and dug up as and when your Sunday roast requires.

    Root Parsley, Hamburg 'Half-Long'

    Dutch Rooted parsley
    Heritage (Germany 16th C.)
    £1.10

    Root Parsley Hamburg is an off-beat, dual purpose vegetable that deserves to be better known. The root can be left in the ground all winter and dug up as and when your Sunday roast requires and the luxury of having plenty of leaves to snip from the garden in winter can’t be overstated.

  24. Cut sprigs of rosemary and place with roasted meats, especially lamb, pork, chicken and turkey.
    £1.30

    Rosemary can be used for ornamental, culinary and medicinal purposes. The aromatic, evergreen shrub, native to the dry hills of southern Europe and North Africa, can be grown as a clipped hedge, along the edge of a retaining wall, pruned and shaped as topiaries and as a container patio plant.

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