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  1. If you like spinach and you like chard, you could grow Erbette, a cross between the two.
    €1.56
    Erbette is not the same as many other perpetual spinaches. With narrower leaves and midribs, it is extremely resistant to bolting, and sweeter and more tender that other chard varieties. Highly recommended if you long for spinach in the summer. Organic Seed.
  2. Perpetual Spinach Leaf Beet is one of the easiest and most productive vegetables for a small space

    Leaf Beet, Perpetual Spinach, Organic

    Spinach Beet, Seakale Beet, Wild Spinach
    Heritage variety (In use in 1790)
    €1.50
    'Perpetual Spinach is one of the easiest and most productive vegetables for a small space. Extremely resistant to bolting, it responds particularly well to repeat cutting. With just one sowing you can feast on the succulent leaves the entire summer and through to winter.
  3. Hannibal gives excellent yields of thick, medium long, white shanks with dark green erect leaves.

    Leek 'Hannibal' Organic

    Early Mid-Season Leek
    €1.98

    Out of stock

    Hannibal is one of the best selections of the Autumn Mammoth type. It gives excellent yields of thick, medium long, white shanks with dark green erect leaves.From the earliest sowings they can be ready for harvesting as early as July to August. Organic seeds.
  4. Leek Longbow is a trusted, reliable and well know variety with good long shanks and medium green leaves.

    Leek 'Longbow'

    Midseason Leek.
    €1.86
    Leek Longbow is a reliable, trusted and well know variety with good long shanks and medium green leaves. Harvest from September it will stay in good condition in the soil into the new year when the serious frosts set in. RHS AGM
  5. Leek 'Musselburgh'

    Leek 'Musselburgh'

    Midseason Leek. Heritage (1834)

    Leek Musselburgh is named for a coastal market town on the Firth of Forth. Introduced in 1834, it has remained popular ever since. It is extremely hardy and can be picked over winter from December to April when there is little else in the garden. A very hardy leek and a very dependable performer.

  6. F1 Leek Oarsman is one of the best hybrid leek varieties currently available

    Leek 'Oarsman F1'

    Midseason Leek.
    €2.94

    Out of stock

    Leek F1 Oarsman is one of the best hybrid leek varieties currently available. With good early vigour, bulking up quickly, with dark, erect foliage and uniform pure white, long stems with no sign of bulbing. Sow March through to May, it can be harvested from November through to March. RHS AGM
  7. Leek Tornado is a very high yielding, open pollinated variety

    Leek 'Tornado'

    Autumn / Winter Leek.
    €2.34

    Leek Tornado is a very high yielding, open pollinated variety. Carefully chosen to give excellent uniformity, vigour and good disease resistance, particularly to rust. The plants are erect with long shanks and medium green foliage. Ideal for harvesting September to January, after the mid season varieties.

  8. Leek Winter Giant 3 is a high performing variety with thick medium length shafts with dark green erect foliage.

    Leek 'Winter Giant 3'

    Autumn / Winter Leek.

    Leek Winter Giant 3 is an extremely hardy leek, it will put up with blistering gales and frost without a pause. Harvest from October to March. The solid, long white stems are exhibition quality with an outstanding flavour.

  9. Leek Zermatt is an early Swiss Giant variety with long shaft and erect foliage.

    Leek 'Zermatt'

    Early Mid-Season Leek
    €1.86

    Out of stock

    Leek Zermatt is an early Swiss Giant variety with long shaft and erect foliage. Ready to eat in just 6 to 12 weeks. Sow from March through to May and harvest from July through to October. It has some rust resistance and good storage characteristics.

  10. The leaves of lemon balm have the scent of lemon with a hint of mint.

    Lemon Balm, Melissa officinalis

    Bee Balm Sweet Balm, Balm Mint, Blue Balm.
    €1.38

    Melissa officinalis or 'Lemon balm' is a highly-scented herb, best known for its use in tea, but this very special herb has a number other uses. If you enjoy the liquors Benedictine and Chartreuse you may find the taste familiar as lemon balm is an ingredient in both.

  11. The leaves of lemon balm have the scent of lemon with a hint of mint.

    Lemon Balm, Melissa officinalis, Organic

    Bee Balm, Sweet Balm, Balm Mint, Blue Balm.
    €1.50
    Lemon balm is a very special herb with a number other uses. The leaves have the scent of lemon with a hint of mint. It is refreshing served in summer drinks such as Pimms or lemonade, use to flavour fruit, in sorbets and deserts or with a green salad. Organic Seed.
  12. Lemon Grass 'East Indian'

    Lemon Grass 'East Indian'

    Lemon Grass, Cochin Grass or Malabar Grass
    €1.50

    Lemon grass is widely used as a herb in Asian and Caribbean cooking. It has a citrus flavour and can be dried and powdered, or used fresh. It is commonly used in teas, soups, and curries and is also suitable for poultry, fish, and seafood.

  13. Lettuce 'All Year Round'

    Lettuce 'All Year Round'

    Butterhead Lettuce.
    Heritage variety (pre 1870)
    €1.74

    As its name suggests, this classic butterhead lettuce can be the basis of fresh daily salads throughout the year. This is no 'supermarket' variety, but rather a proper lettuce with an exquisite flavour unavailable from anywhere but from your own vegetable patch.

  14. Catalogna Cerbiatta which produces masses of deep lobed leaves which are perfect for baby leaf salads.

    Lettuce 'Catalogna Cerbiatta'

    Loose Leaf, Oakleaf Lettuce
    A highly ornamental oakleaf lettuce which produces masses of deeply lobed leaves. With good flavour and texture, the compact plants will grow easily in a pot or in the garden. This variety tolerates heat very well, but also excels in cooler climates.
  15. Catalogna Cerbiatta which produces masses of deep lobed leaves which are perfect for baby leaf salads.

    Lettuce 'Catalogna Cerbiatta', Organic

    Loose Leaf, Oakleaf Lettuce
    €2.10
    A highly ornamental oakleaf lettuce which produces masses of deeply lobed leaves. With good flavour and texture, the compact plants will grow easily in a pot or in the garden. This variety tolerates heat very well, but also excels in cooler climates. Organic Seeds.
  16. Cocarde is a very adaptable lettuce which can be grown in most climates and seasons.

    Lettuce 'Cocarde', Organic

    Oakleaf Lettuce
    €2.10
    Lettuce Cocarde is a beautiful oak leaf type lettuce. Very adaptable, it can be grown in most climates and seasons and can be picked as required. The smooth deeply lobed, red leaves have a sweet taste and delicate melt-in-your-mouth texture. RHS AGM
  17. Nothing can beat Lettuce 'Great Lakes' as a consistent producer of good-sized, crisp, round heads.

    Lettuce 'Great Lakes'

    Iceberg, Crisphead Lettuce
    Heritage (USA 1941)

    Nothing can beat this variety as a consistent producer of good-sized, crisp, round heads. Lettuce 'Great Lakes' is heat and cold tolerant and has a strong resistance to bolting and tip burn. It produces large, glistening, well-rounded heads, well-folded and fine-flavoured leaves with a crisp texture.

  18. “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.
  19. 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)
    €1.92
    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.
  20. 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.
  21. There is little comparison between a shop bought Iceberg, and a home grown one. The flavour of  home grown makes it exceptional.

    Lettuce 'Iceberg'

    Iceberg, Crisphead Lettuce
    Heritage (1894)
    €1.56

    Icebergs are one of the most popular lettuces in the world. There is little comparison however, between a shop bought Iceberg, and a home grown one. Both retain that beautiful thick crispness of leaf, but it is the flavour of the home grown makes it exceptional. Fresh, crisp and ever so slightly sweet.

  22. At last a real little gem from an Organic source. Little Gem Maureen is a high quality selection Cos variety.
    €2.52
    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.
  23. 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)
    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.
  24. 'Little Leprechaun' is a compact variety of Cos lettuce

    Lettuce 'Little Leprechaun' Organic

    Red Romaine, Cos, Semi-Cos
    €2.10
    Crisp and light, and very pretty in the salad bowl. 'Little Leprechaun' is a compact variety of Cos lettuce that has a very nice appearance and is very easy to grow. The high standing green leaves are tinged with red, almost bronze. Organic Seed.

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