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  1. Pepper ‘Midas’ is a hybrid between a thick walled chilli and a sweet pepper.

    Pepper, Sweet x Hot Pepper 'Midas'

    Little heat, to 500 SHU.
    €2.70

    Pepper ‘Midas’ is an interesting cross between a thick walled chilli and a sweet pepper. Golden yellow, with a crisp juicy flesh and a delicious flavour, they have just enough piquancy to remind you that it's a pepper. Ideal for the home gardener because of its compact growth and high productivity.

  2. Shiso ‘Akajiso’ is a typical red leaf variety of Perilla used extensively in Japan

    Perilla, Shiso ‘Akajiso’ Red Leaf

    Japanese or Chinese Basil, Purple Mint.
    €2.20
    Shiso ‘Akajiso’ the red leaf variety of Perilla is used extensively in Japan to season vegetables, rice, soups, fish, etc. It has a wonderful complex aroma, the taste is almost always said to be quite hard to describe - the words cinnamon, basil, anise, and citrus pop up in the attempts.
  3. Shiso ‘Aoshiso’ is a typical green leaf variety of Perilla used extensively to season vegetables, rice, soups, fish, etc.

    Perilla, Shiso ‘Aoshiso’ Green Leaf

    Japanese or Chinese Basil
    €2.20

    Shiso ‘Aoshiso’ leaves make for exquisite decoration. It is finely sliced with ginger and added to salads, sautéed vegetables, sashimi, tempura and sushi. Available either red or green, the red having more of an anise flavour and slightly less spicy than the green variety, which tastes more like cinnamon.

  4. Sometimes referred to as Perilla 'Britton' and called ‘Hojiso’ in Japan, this less typical form of Perilla has beautiful bi-coloured leaves.

    Perilla, Shiso ‘Hojiso’ Bi-coloured Leaf

    Perilla 'Britton' or 'Briton'
    Japanese or Chinese Basil
    €2.20

    Sometimes referred to as Perilla 'Britton' and called ‘Hojiso’ in Japan, this less typical form of Perilla has beautiful bi-coloured leaves. The serrated, red-veined leaves are green on top and deep purple-red underneath.

  5. Physalis edulis is characterised by the small orange fruit, similar in size, shape and structure to a small tomato.

    Physalis peruviana, edulis

    Cape Gooseberry, Inca Berry, Goldenberry
    €2.10

    The Cape Gooseberry is a useful small crop for the home garden. The fruit is expensive to purchase as it is labour intensive in commercial plantings. Very easy to grow from seed, it can overwinter outdoors in mild areas or when grown in favoured positions such as the foot of a sunny wall.

  6. Persicaria flowers are clustered in a cylinder shape on the top of tall flower spikes.

    Polygonum bistorta, Bistort

    Herb Bistort, Easter Giant. Aka Persicaria bistorta
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €3.25

    Out of stock

    Bistort was formerly cultivated as a culinary and medicinal plant. This semi-evergreen perennial produces clusters of small, light pink flowers throughout summer and into autumn. The plant is ideal for creating groundcover, it is also highly attractive to bees and butterflies.

  7. 'Baby Bear' pumpkins produce small, sweet orange pumpkins shaped like a flattened globe.

    Pumpkin 'Baby Bear'

    Winter Squash
    €2.20

    Baby Bear is a unique size and shape, and is often called "the perfect mini pumpkin". Deep orange and weighing around 2lbs, with 5 and 8 pumpkins per vine the fruits are about half the size of a normal pie pumpkin. The flesh is excellent for pies and the hulless seeds can also be eaten raw or 'toasted.

  8. Baby Boo is a charming, all-white, miniature pumpkin.

    Pumpkin 'Baby Boo'

    Winter Squash, Minature Pumpkin
    €2.10

    Baby Boo is a charming, all-white, miniature pumpkin that is popularly used for table arrangements for Weddings, or for for Halloween and for Xmas. Children love them because of their miniature size and they make wonderful Halloween 'Ghosts'!

  9. A long established favourite, especially bred for carving out Jack O Lanterns for Halloween.

    Pumpkin 'Jack O' Lantern'

    Winter Squash, Halloween Pumpkin.
    €2.00

    Jack O' Lantern is a traditional pumpkin, especially bred for carving out Jack O'Lanterns for Halloween. A long established favourite, with medium orange colour and sweet flavoured flesh it makes a superb carving pumpkin and a tasty cooking pumpkin.

  10.  Rated the best miniature pumpkin ‘Munchkin’ is only 10 to 12cm (3 to 4 in) wide.

    Pumpkin 'Munchkin'

    Winter Squash, Minature Pumpkin
    €1.75

    Out of stock

    Rated the best miniature pumpkin ‘Munchkin’ has a bright tangerine-orange colour with deep sutures. Although it is tempting to grow them for their looks alone, they make fantastic eating. The pretty, small, abundant fruits have flesh that is reminiscent of sweet chestnut.

  11. Pumpkin 'Musquée de Provence'

    Pumpkin 'Musquée de Provence'

    Fairy Tale Pumpkin, Winter Squash,
    Heritage (French 1800's)
    €2.00

    Looking exactly like fairy tale pumpkins in children’s storybooks, Musquée de Provence is a gorgeous French pumpkin that is one of the only pumpkins that is eaten raw. Sweet with a light crunch and typical nutty taste, the very fine-grained flesh is considered by many to be superior to any other.

  12. 'Small Sugar' pumpkins produce small, sweet orange pumpkins shaped like a flattened globe.

    Pumpkin 'Small Sugar'

    Winter Squash
    €2.90

    Pumpkin 'Small Sugar' is a unique size and shape, and is often called "the perfect mini pumpkin". Deep orange and weighing around 2lbs, with 5 and 8 pumpkins per vine the fruits are about half the size of a normal pie pumpkin. The flesh is excellent for pies and the hulless seeds can also be eaten raw or 'toasted.

  13. Purslane 'Golden Purslane'

    Purslane 'Golden Purslane'

    Summer Purslane, Garden purslane.
    Ancient Crop. In use since the 1600's
    €1.85

    Summer Purslane was highly esteemed and cultivated in Europe as far back as the Middle Ages, but is now cultivated only for specialised connoisseurs.This wonderfully succulent and cooling herb has tangy leaves make a very nice contrast, in texture as well as taste to other salad leaves.

  14. Purslane 'Green Purslane'

    Purslane 'Green Purslane'

    Summer Purslane, Garden purslane.
    Ancient Crop. In use since the 1600's
    €1.75

    This highly esteemed ancient crop can be used raw in salads, sautéed as a side dish or cooked like spinach. Summer Purslane has a crispy texture you would expect from a succulent and an interesting nutty, peppery flavour. It is salty on the tongue.

  15. Purslane 'Green Purslane' Organic

    Purslane 'Green Purslane' Organic

    Summer Purslane, Garden purslane.
    Ancient Crop. In use since the 1600's
    €2.00
    This highly esteemed ancient crop can be used raw in salads, sautéed as a side dish or cooked like spinach. Summer Purslane has a crispy texture you would expect from a succulent and an interesting nutty, peppery flavour. It is salty on the tongue. Organic seeds.
  16. This is an incredibly succulent, melt-in-your-mouth raw salad green that has recently gained popularity in the gourmet greens world; attracting both world class organic growers and chefs.

    Purslane, Claytonia 'Winter Purslane'

    Miner's Lettuce, Indian Lettuce
    €1.75

    This incredibly succulent, melt-in-your-mouth raw salad green has recently gained popularity in the gourmet greens world, attracting both world class growers and chefs. Best used fresh and tiny, these elegant leaves bring a rich, tart-creaminess to delicate, micro-green salads.

  17. Pycnanthemum pilosum 'Mountain Mint'

    Pycnanthemum pilosum 'Mountain Mint'

    American Mountain Mint
    €1.85

    This attractive plant will be equally at home in the flower border or keeping company with the sage and thyme in your herb garden. Delightfully aromatic, the floral-peppermint scent is subtly different from other mints. Mountain mint is a great nectar plant, its honey is much sought after.

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