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  1. Agastache foeniculum is a favourite plant of bees and gardeners alike, it is, perhaps one of the most gratifying plants you can grow.

    Agastache foeniculum, Organic

    Anise Hyssop. Syn: Agastache anisata, Agastache anethiodora,
    $2.45
    Agastache foeniculum is a perennial herb that tastes as good as it looks and are as popular in the border as they are in the herb garden. They are excellent design plants, exhibiting a strong vertical accent for the perennial border. Bees hold an undisputed attraction for the flowers, the colour, shape and copious amounts of nectar are among their favourites. This is perhaps one of the most gratifying plants you can grow. Organic Seed.
  2. Anise is a dainty, plant with tiny white flowers that are produced in dense umbels.
    $2.38
    Anise is a dainty, herbaceous plant most famous for the liquorice flavour of its leaves and seeds. Use the leaves fresh in salads and soups, and the seeds for flavouring cookies, pastries, and confections. Organic Seed.
  3. Artichoke ‘Tavor’ is a vigorous re-selection of Green Globe that provides a much easier growing experience.
    $3.15
    Artichoke ‘Tavor’ is a vigorous re-selection of Green Globe that provides a much easier growing experience. A thornless green globe variety, this 'new' variety is fast growing, often cropping in the first year, and with improved cold tolerance it is more productive in subsequent years. Organic seed.
  4. The herb borage is a well known annual with beautiful sky blue flowers and succulent foliage.

    Borage, Borago officinalis, Blue and White Mix

    Starflower, Bee Bread, White Borage
    $1.96

    The herb borage is a well known annual with beautiful blue flowers. Not so well known and not often written about is the equally beautiful form 'alba' which boast pure white, perfectly star-shaped flowers. This mixed pack of seeds gives both blue and white forms.

  5. Broccoli 'Summer Purple' is an excellent summer cropping variety that is sown in spring to harvest late June to October.
    $2.73

    Broccoli 'Summer Purple' is an excellent summer cropping variety that is sown in spring to harvest late June to October. Eaten within an hour of picking, when still bursting with sappy natural sugars, it's exquisite.

  6. Cabbage 'Advantage F1' can be sown March through to September for summer and autumn crops, and sown in October to overwinter.

    Cabbage 'F1 Advantage'

    Sweetheart Cabbage
    $2.73
    Cabbage ‘Advantage F1’ is an enormously versatile new variety, suitable for providing both spring greens or hearted spring cabbage and summer cabbage. Sow March to September for summer and autumn crops, and October to overwinter.
  7. A very old variety of cabbage ‘Glory of Enkhuizen’ is an excellent, easy to grow, early variety that was originally bred in 1899.

    Cabbage 'Glory of Enkhuizen'

    Autumn / Winter Cabbage
    Heritage (Dutch, bred in 1899)
    $1.33

    A traditional autumn maturity variety, Cabbage ‘Glory of Enkhuizen’ is an excellent variety that was originally bred in 1899. The medium-large, hard round heads are light green in colour, used in slaws, salads, soups and stir fries, it is a good keeper, ideal for storage, and for kraut.

  8. Cabbage 'Marner Large White' is a popular European white ball cabbage.

    Cabbage 'Marner Large White' Organic

    Autumn / Winter Cabbage, Marner Lagerrot
    $2.45
    Cabbage 'Marner Large White' is a popular white ball cabbage. Sown February to April, for harvesting from late summer, it produces large, solid heads with tightly packed leaves. Sow February to April, for harvesting late summer to autumn.
  9. Cheerful and bright, use Calendula alone or in combination with other flowering annuals and perennials in beds, borders or containers.

    Calendula officinalis, Organic

    Pot Marigold, English Marigold. Herb Marigold
    $2.31
    Calendula officinalis is prolific and durable and so are perfect candidates for cutting and flower arrangements. Sprinkle salads and decorate cakes with the edible tangy petals. Organic Seed.
  10. Looking a little like cow parsley but prettier and less brutish, Caraway is a widely used and incredibly useful plant.

    Caraway, Carum carvi, Organic

    Meridian Fennel or Persian Cumin
    $2.10
    Looking a little like cow parsley but prettier and less brutish, Caraway is a widely used and incredibly useful plant, whether it is in the kitchen, the vegetable garden, the garden border or in the vase. Organic Seed.
  11. Carrot 'F1 Laguna'

    Carrot 'F1 Laguna'

    Second Early & Maincrop
    $2.45

    Carrot ‘F1 Laguna’ is a top quality early variety. Fast-growing, resistant to many foliar diseases, and always dependable, the roots mature 65 days from direct sowing, Laguna may just become your 'carrot of choice' in the vegetable patch.

  12. Carrot 'Sugarsnax 54' is a main crop variety and quite simply the sweetest carrot you will find.

    Carrot 'F1 Sugarsnax 54'

    Second Early & Maincrop
    $2.45
    Carrot 'Sugarsnax 54' is a main crop variety and quite simply the sweetest carrot you will find. The long, thin, uniform roots are extra high in beta-carotene giving it a deeper orange colour and a super-sweet flavour make this an ideal carrot to eat right from the garden.
  13. Carrot ‘Paris Market Atlas’ is an improved variety of the 19th century French heirloom.

    Carrot 'Paris Market Atlas'

    Mini Carrot, Baby Vegetable
    $1.75

    Smooth, round and instantly recognisable, Carrot ‘Paris Market Atlas’ has traditional globe shape roots that are deal for growing shallow soils, in containers or grow bags. This very flavoursome variety, the 1 inch bite-sized roots have a deep-crisp refreshing taste.

  14. Today cornflowers are rare in the wild, they flourish instead in gardens.

    Centaurea cyanus, 'Cornflower' Organic

    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $2.45
    Today cornflowers are rare in the wild, they flourish instead in gardens. Aside from their electric blue flowers, breathtaking when grown in dense drifts, they are easy to grow, flower all summer, make great cut flowers and bees adore them. Organic Seed.
  15. 'Variegata di Castelfranco' has a fresh and a delicate taste that is sweet to pleasantly bitter and a crisp texture that makes this chicory so special.

    Chicory, Radicchio 'Variegata di Castelfranco'

    Chicory / Radicchio, Late variety.
    Heritage (Italian 18th C.)
    $1.75

    ‘Variegata di Castelfranco’ has a beautiful form with wavy leaves that are flecked with purple. It is one of the hardiest and easiest to grow at any time in the year. Traditionally sown in mid to late summer, the harvest begins in December and lasts well into winter.

  16. Coriander isn't a hard plant to grow, and given how expensive herbs and spices tend to be, it’s well worth it

    Coriander, Cilantro 'Slobolt'

    Chinese, Mexican or Indian Parsley
    $1.54

    Coriander 'Slobolt' is a variety for leaf production that is resistant to bolting and running to seed. It isn't a hard plant to grow and of course, fresh herbs and spices have far better flavours than dried ones. Home grown herbs are infinitely superior, the difference can be quite startling.

  17. Green garden Fennel is a handsome and popular perennial herb, with a sweet aroma and an aniseed flavour.

    Fennel, Green Fennel, Organic

    Herb Fennel, Green Fennel
    $1.96
    Herb Fennel has a sweet aroma and an aniseed flavour. Both leaves and seeds have a multitude of culinary uses. The magnificent clumps of airy feather foliage are useful in the border or herb garden. And as a bonus, the plants are perennial. Organic Seed.
  18. Galium odoratum, known as Sweet Woodruff can be a valuable addition to the garden, particularly shaded gardens.

    Galium odoratum, 'Sweet Woodruff'

    Formerly known as Asperula odorata
    Native to Europe
    $2.73

    An often forgotten herb, Galium odoratum can be a valuable addition to the garden, particularly shaded gardens. Soft green leaves are carried in whorls on stems and when its small white vanilla-scented flowers appear above this lush carpet in May and June, the effect is enchanting.

  19. Green Manure, 'Field Beans'

    Green Manure, 'Field Beans'

    Winter Field Bean

    Starting at: $1.89

    The popularity of Field Beans for use as a green manure has increased steadily over recent years due to its value as a full-foliage legume with deep nitrogen-fixing roots. Very hardy and suitable for overwintering, it can be sown September to late November. It is particularly good on heavy soils, helping to break it up and improve its structure.

  20. Hyssop is an aromatic herb similar to rosemary or lavender which is enjoying a revival with home gardeners.

    Hyssop, Blue Hyssop, Hyssopus officinalis, Organic

    Blue Hyssop
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $2.45
    Hyssop famously attracts bees, hover-flies and butterflies. It makes excellent honey and is a must for any wildflower garden. Some beekeepers rub the hive with it to encourage the bees to keep to their home. In cooking, use the same way you would Rosemary. Organic Seed.
  21. Kale, Cavolo Nero 'Black Magic'

    Kale, Cavolo Nero 'Black Magic'

    Black Cabbage, Tuscan Kale, Borecole
    Heritage (Italian pre 1879)
    $3.15

    Kale 'Black Magic' is an improved Italian Black Kale, bred to be more tender with better flavour. The winter hardy plants more cold tolerant, vigorous and slower-to-bolt than other Italian kales. They form an easy-to-harvest rosette of very dark, savoyed leaves with a flavour that is rich and mild.

  22. Lavandula angustifolia is thought to be the true English Lavender. It is also known as Lavender vera, True Lavender or Fine Lavender.

    Lavandula angustifolia 'Lavender Vera', Organic

    True English Lavender, Old English Lavender
    $2.66
    Lavandula angustifolia, also called Lavender vera is the best Lavender for medicinal and aromatherapy purposes. It is a staple plant for the herb garden, the fragrant flowers have been used in perfumes, poultices and potpourris for centuries. Organic Seed.
  23. Perpetual Spinach Leaf Beet is one of the easiest and most productive vegetables for a small space

    Leaf Beet, Perpetual Spinach 'Everglade'

    Spinach Beet, Seakale Beet, Wild Spinach
    $1.54

    Perpetual Spinach 'Everglade' is a modern selection with an upright habit and dark green compact leaves that contrast sharply with bright white stems. It responds particularly well to repeat cutting and is one of the easiest and most productive vegetables for a small space.

  24. This legendary lettuce was first introduced by Peter Henderson & Co. of New York around 1879

    Lettuce 'Henderson's Black Seeded Simpson'

    Loose Leaf Lettuce
    Heritage variety (pre 1879)
    Bright green and crumpled, with very crunchy leaves and an excellent sweet taste, ‘Henderson's Black Seeded Simpson’ is regarded by many as one of the best tasting loose-leaf lettuce varieties available. Fast growing and slow to bolt, it withstands heat, drought, and frost. Harvest for babyleaf or grow to maturity in just 45 days.

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