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  1. Asparagus Connover's Colossal is a traditional cultivar with good yields from selected crowns.

    Asparagus 'Connover’s Colossal'

    Heritage (USA 1870's)
    €1.50
    One of the most sought-after vegetables and one of the great luxuries of the vegetable plot, much of the mystique surrounding their cultivation is unwarranted. 'Connover's Colossal' is a traditional cultivar with good yields from selected crowns.
  2. Runner Bean 'Enorma' is perfect for exhibiting.... even if it is just to the neighbours!
    €2.10
    A popular choice for home gardeners, plenty of flavour, with plenty of vigour, high yield and impressive length pods! Runner Bean Enorma matures in 12 to 16 weeks. Perfect for exhibiting ... even if it is just to the neighbours!
  3. Enorma is perfect for exhibiting.... even if it is just to the neighbours!
    €2.22
    With a host of accolades from amateurs and professionals alike, Runner Bean 'Enorma' is now also available in organic form. A purple seeded variety with red flowers. Early cropping, the smooth slender pods can grow to 50cm long. Harvest young to enjoy them at their most tender.
  4. Beetroot Boltardy is a smooth skinned globe variety with excellent resistance to bolting.

    Beetroot 'Boltardy'

    Globe Beetroot (Introduced in the early 1960s)
    €1.74
    Boltardy is a very popular and reliable globe-shaped beetroot. A tried-and-tested cultivar, used as a yardstick against which other beetroot are measured. Due to its excellent resistance to bolting, it is recommended for early sowing, NIAB and RHS AGM.
  5. Carrot F1 Eskimo is one of the most cold tolerant varieties available.

    Carrot 'F1 Eskimo'

    Maincrop / Late variety
    €1.98
    Carrot F1 Eskimo is perfect for those carrot-lovers who know that the tastiest carrots are harvested in the autumn and early winter. It is one of the most cold tolerant varieties available. Recommended by the N.I.A.B. and RHS AGM.
  6. Carrot F1 Maestro is an excellent Nantes type. This maincrop carrot has been bred for root quality and reliability of crop

    Carrot 'F1 Maestro'

    Maincrop / Late variety
    €1.74
    Carrot F1 Maestro is an excellent Nantes type. This maincrop to late season variety has been bred for root quality and reliability of crop. It has excellent pest and disease resistance. Recommended by the N.I.A.B. and RHS AGM.
  7. Zefa Fino is a superior strain of fennel that is ideal for cool climates and the best fennel for garden use.

    Fennel 'Zefa Fino'

    Florence Fennel or Bulbing Fennel
    €1.50
    'Zefa Fino' is a superior strain of fennel that is ideal for cool climates and the best fennel for garden use. It keeps a succulent texture, never tough or woody. It harvests easily because the root stem is relatively short and is good for use as a mini-veg or for growing on to maturity.
  8. Zefa Fino is a superior strain of fennel that is ideal for cool climates and the best fennel for garden use.

    Fennel 'Zefa Fino' Organic

    Florence Fennel or Bulbing Fennel
    €1.68
    Very popular for use in specialist cuisine, Florence Fennel, 'Zefa Fino' is a superior strain. It stays small, is never tough or woody and keeps a succulent texture. Ideal for cool climates and the best fennel for garden use, it will bulb reliably and doesn't bolt from a spring sowing. Harvest in 80 days.
  9. “Green Salad Bowl” is a large fast growing rosette lettuce with long, light green, deep cut leaves.

    Lettuce 'Green Salad Bowl'

    Loose Leaf Lettuce
    Heritage variety (Introduced in 1952)
    Salad Bowl lettuce are amply named, one plant fills a salad bowl with no need to add other lettuces. “Green Salad Bowl” is an award winning variety that produces large, slow bolting, non-heading plants with sweet, succulent green leaves. N.I.A.B and RHS AGM.
  10. Lettuce 'Green Salad Bowl' is a large fast growing rosette lettuce with long, light green, deep cut leaves.

    Lettuce 'Green Salad Bowl' Organic

    Loose Leaf Lettuce
    Heritage variety (Introduced in 1952)
    €1.62
    Salad Bowl lettuce are amply named, one plant fills a salad bowl with no need to add other lettuces. “Green Salad Bowl” is an award winning variety that produces large, slow bolting, non-heading plants with sweet, succulent green leaves.
  11. At last a real little gem from an Organic source. Little Gem Maureen is a high quality selection Cos variety.
    €2.34
    At last a real little gem selection from an Organic source. ‘Maureen’ is a high quality disease resistant selection. The small, compact plants are uniform and quick to mature. They form crisp, tightly filled sweet hearts densely packed with flavour.
  12. Little Gem is a popular choice, and no wonder! It is dwarf and compact, producing sweet crisp, small-sized hearts with few outside leaves.

    Lettuce 'Little Gem'

    Romaine, Cos, Semi-Cos
    Heritage (1880's)
    €1.50
    Little Gem is a popular choice, and no wonder! It produces sweet crisp, small-sized hearts with few outside leaves. Quick to mature, dwarf and compact. It will tolerate hot weather and resists bolting and root aphid. It has also received an Accreditation from the NIAB.
  13. Smaller and more compact than most other romaine’s, 'Lobjoits Green Cos' is considered by many to be the best lettuce that you can grow.

    Lettuce 'Lobjoits Green Cos'

    Romaine or Cos
    Heritage 1790
    €1.50
    'Lobjoits Green Cos' is considered by many to be the best lettuce that you can grow or eat. It can be grown year round and is renowned for its reluctance to bolt in summer. Home-grown, it will astonish you with its freshness and sweet taste, the the crispness is unrivaled
  14.  Red Salad Bowl is a large fast growing rosette lettuce with very pretty burgundy-green crimped leaves.

    Lettuce 'Red Salad Bowl'

    Loose Leaf Lettuce
    Heritage variety (Introduced in 1955)
    €1.38
    “Red Salad Bowl” is a large fast growing rosette lettuce with very pretty burgundy-red crimped leaves.This award winning variety produces large, slow bolting, non-heading plants with sweet, succulent leaves. Sow successionally from March to August for harvesting April to October.
  15. Red Salad Bowl is a large fast growing rosette lettuce with very pretty burgundy-green crimped leaves.

    Lettuce 'Red Salad Bowl' Organic

    Loose Leaf Lettuce
    Heritage variety (Introduced in 1955)
    €1.62
    “Red Salad Bowl” is a large fast growing rosette lettuce with very pretty leaves.This award winning variety produces large, slow bolting, non-heading plants with sweet, succulent red leaves. Sow successionally from March to August for harvesting April to October.
  16. Red Baron is a well known and very popular mid to late maturing variety. It is extensively grown for its for its attractive 'blood red' colour.

    Onion 'Red Baron'

    Mid to Late Variety, Red Bulbing Onion
    €1.62
    Red Baron is a well known and very popular mid to late maturing variety. It is extensively grown for its for its attractive 'blood red' colour. With good skins and thin necks, it is popular for over-winter storage they will keep until your new crop is ready to harvest.
  17. Red Baron is a well known and very popular mid to late maturing variety. It is extensively grown for its for its attractive 'blood red' colour.

    Onion 'Red Baron' Organic

    Mid to Late Variety, Red Bulbing Onion
    €2.10
    Red Baron is a well known and very popular mid to late maturing variety. Easy to grow, an excellent cropper and good for over-winter storage, it produces beautiful globe shaped, firm, well flavoured bulbs with good skins and thin necks.
  18. The White Lisbon is an old favorite and ever popular Spring Onion.

    Onion, Spring Onion 'White Lisbon'

    Spring, Salad or Bunching Onion, Scallion
    Heritage (1787)
    €1.26
    White Lisbon is an old favorite and ever popular Spring Onion. It is a hardy and reliable variety which features long white stems with bright green tops. It is quick and easy to grow, sow in autumn or spring, Cropping in 60 days. NIAB Accreditation and RHS AGM.
  19. The White Lisbon is an old favorite and ever popular Spring Onion.

    Onion, Spring Onion 'White Lisbon' Organic

    Spring, Salad or Bunching Onion, Scallion
    Heritage (In use in 1787)
    €1.62
    White Lisbon is traditionally the most popular spring onion for successional sowings from March to September, it can also be sown in autumn and over wintered for early spring harvests. Matureing in 60 days, they are perfect for container growing and can be tucked into mixed containers or beds.
  20. This reliable maincrop has outstanding resistance to mildew, ideally suited for sowing late in the season.

    Pea 'Ambassador'

    Second early / Maincrop
    €1.74
    Pea ‘Ambassador’ is a robust growing, short-vined pea that produces masses of large, blunt-ended pods containing up to nine sweet and tender peas of great quality. With outstanding resistance to mildew it is ideally suited for sowing late in the season.
  21. This reliable maincrop has outstanding resistance to mildew, ideally suited for sowing late in the season.

    Pea 'Ambassador' Organic

    Second early / Maincrop
    €1.86
    Pea ‘Ambassador’ is a robust growing, short-vined pea that produces masses of large, blunt-ended pods containing up to nine sweet and tender peas of great quality. With outstanding resistance to mildew it is ideally suited for sowing late in the season. Organic Seed.
  22. Hurst Green Shaft is an exceptional variety that reliably produces heavy crops with a superb sweet flavour.

    Pea 'Hurst Greenshaft'

    Second early / Maincrop
    €1.62
    Hurst Greenshaft is an exceptional variety that has long been one of the favourite varieties. It reliably produces heavy crops with a superb sweet flavour, it reliably produces heavy crops with a superb sweet flavour. Growing 70cm tall, the attractive dark green pods carry from 9 to 11 delicious, sweetly flavoured peas.
  23. 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.
  24. Swede 'Gowrie'

    Swede 'Gowrie'

    Purple Top Rutabaga, Tumshie, Neep, Snadgies
    €1.68

    Swede 'Gowrie' is an exceptionally easy-to-grow, yellow-fleshed variety, providing great winter crops of sweet and tasty purple-skinned roots. Very winter hardy with resistance to powdery mildew and club root, it has a long harvest period from October to January and stores well in dry conditions.

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