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  1.  Courgette Ambassador F1 is a popular professionally-grown variety and well known for the home gardener.

    Courgette 'F1 Ambassador'

    Courgette, Marrow, Squash, Zucchini
    €1.86

    Courgette Ambassador F1 is an attractive variety and an outstanding hybrid that gives attractive dark green courgettes over a long period. A popular professionally-grown variety and well known for the home gardener, it is an early fruiting, high yielding courgette which matures in fifty days.

  2. Courgette 'F1 Atena' is a heavy cropping, early variety of courgette.

    Courgette 'F1 Atena'

    Costata Romanesco
    €2.52

    Courgette 'F1 Atena' is a heavy cropping, early variety of courgette with tender flesh and an abundance of bright yellow fruits. A semi-compact, non training bush variety, the plants yield prolifically and are ideal for smaller gardens or pots. It produces extremely beautiful fruits with smooth, thin golden-yellow skins and crisp flesh.

  3. Courgette 'F1 Gold Rush' is a gourmet treat with smooth, thin yellow skins and crisp flesh.

    Courgette 'F1 Gold Rush'

    Costata Romanesco
    €2.34

    Courgette 'F1 Gold Rush' is an extremely beautiful variety with smooth, thin yellow skins and crisp flesh. It is an early, rich cropping courgette with tender flesh and an abundance of bright yellow fruits. The compact plants yield prolifically and are ideal for smaller gardens or pots.

  4. Courgette 'F1 Midnight' is a compact, spineless variety that has been specially bred for container growing or for small gardens.

    Courgette 'F1 Midnight'

    Courgette, Marrow, Squash, Zucchini
    €2.70

    Courgette 'F1 Midnight' is a compact, spineless variety that has been specially bred for container growing or for small gardens. However, its compact, bushy habit is not at the expense of cropping, the plants produce good crops of high quality dark green, glossy fruit with excellent flavour.

  5. The Genovese courgette produces beautiful, light green cylindrical fruits speckled with grey, with a smooth skin and excellent flavour.

    Courgette 'Genovese'

    Courgette, Marrow, Squash, Zucchini
    €1.74

    The Genovese courgette is a popular early variety that is very productive. It produces beautiful, light green cylindrical fruits speckled with grey, with a smooth skin and has an excellent flavour. The plants have an open bush habit which is helpful when harvesting. Sow April until July, harvest June onwards.

  6. Courgette 'Romanesco' is a wonderful courgette with characteristic ribs down the fruit.

    Courgette 'Romanesco'

    Cocozelle or Costata Romanesco
    €1.74
    Courgette 'Romanesco' is a small to mid sized courgette originally grown in Rome. This Italian favorite has characteristic ribs down the fruit. The compact and erect habit makes this attractive Courgette both novel after cooking and hardly recognisable in a green salad.
  7. Courgette 'Tondo di Piacenza' produces spherical, dark green glossy fruits with a firm texture and good flavour.

    Courgette 'Tondo di Piacenza'

    Costata Romanesco
    €1.62

    Courgette 'Tondo di Piacenza' produces spherical, dark green glossy fruits with a firm texture and good flavour. This versatile variety can be cropped at different sizes depending on your preferred recipe. Harvest at golf ball size for eating whole in salads, or slightly larger for slicing into stir fries.

  8. A real dual-purpose variety, when small they are a great shape for kebabs. ‘F1 Piccolo’ can also be left to mature.

    Courgette ‘F1 Piccolo’

    Mini Courgette, Mini Marrow
    €3.18

    Courgette ‘F1 Piccolo’ is an attractive ‘tennis ball’ size, round, green striped courgette that produces abundant crops of sweetly flavoured courgettes on compact, spine-free plants. A real dual-purpose variety, when small they are a great shape for kebabs or left to mature to produce a lovely ‘mini-marrows’.

  9. Courgette ‘F1 Sunstripe’

    Courgette ‘F1 Sunstripe’

    Mini Courgette, Mini Marrow
    €3.18

    The colour of Courgette ‘F1 Sunstripe’ is unique: the golden yellow fruits are brightly striped in white. The flavour and texture are both excellent. The plants are bushy so they won’t take over the garden as some older varieties do. They’re also completely spine free, so no scratches when you’re picking them.

  10. Greek Cress has a more pronounced, sweet nutty flavour with a slightly spicy kick and lingering peppery taste.

    Cress: Greek Cress

    Cress, Microleaf
    €1.50

    I don't really see the point of growing cress only to scythe it down when it's barely got going, and I'm moderately confident that, once you've tried the grown-up version, neither will you. With a sweet nutty flavour with a slightly spicy kick and lingering peppery taste, Greek Cress is one of the finest selections available.

  11. Somewhere between asparagus and seaweed in flavour, Rock Samphire has the thrill of a mermaid’s kiss.

    Crithmum maritimum ‘Rock Samphire’

    True Samphire, Sea Fennel
    €2.94

    For centuries, Samphire was food for the poor, free to those who picked it, usually ordinary people living by the sea. It is ironic that today it is regarded as a specialty food and is often served with an accompanying price tag. Somewhere between asparagus and seaweed in flavour, Rock Samphire has the thrill of a mermaid’s kiss.

  12. 'F1 Burpless Tasty Green' cucumber - crisp, juicy flesh from which both bitterness and indigestibility have been eradicated.
    €1.98

    F1 Burpless Tasty Green: According to most experts, this is the one to choose. The fruits are not giants, harvest when they are about 23cm long and enjoy the crisp, juicy flesh from which both bitterness and indigestibility have been eradicated. Very easy to grow.

  13. Cucumber 'Lemon Cucumber'

    Cucumber 'Lemon Cucumber'

    Marketed as Crystal Lemon or Crystal Apple
    Heritage (1894)
    €1.98

    Lemon Cucumbers are a very old variety cultivated since in 1894. Each fruit is the size of a small apple, hence it was known as 'Apple Cucumber', but as its fruit is a pale yellow in colour it is often called 'Crystal Lemon'. Very similar to a typical cucumber, with tender pale greenish skin and sweet flesh.

  14. Marketmore is now firmly established as one of the 'Greats' in the cucumber world.

    Cucumber 'Marketmore'

    Outdoor, Ridge Cucumber

    Starting at: €1.50

    Released in 1968, Marketmore is now firmly established as one of the 'Greats' of the cucumber world. Reliable and disease resistant it produces a large amount of fruit which usually grow to over 20cm in length with a fresh, crisp and mild flavour.
  15. The original Marketmore was released in 1968, it is now firmly established as one of the 'Greats' in the cucumber world.

    Cucumber 'Marketmore' Organic

    Outdoor, Ridge Cucumber
    €1.98
    Marketmore is a fantastic slicing cucumber. Reliable and productive and resistant to the diseases that can blight so many cucumbers. Pick daily for the most sublime cucumber experience and remember with cucumbers the more you take the more they give.
  16. Sonja is a premium European open-pollinated slicing cucumber.

    Cucumber 'Sonja' Organic

    Indoor or Outdoor Cucumber
    €2.10
    'Sonja' is a premium European open-pollinated slicing cucumber. With beautiful, long, firm and bitter-free fruits, is it suitable for both greenhouse and open air cultivation in you garden and can be harvested over an unusually long period. Organic Seed.
  17. Cucumber ‘Telegraph Improved’ is an improved strain of this superb English heirloom

    Cucumber 'Telegraph Improved'

    Heritage variety (English 1897)
    €2.46

    Cucumber ‘Telegraph Improved’ is an improved strain of this superb heirloom variety. It is an excellent choice for cool greenhouse or cold frame growing. This reliable variety gives medium-long dark, smooth-skinned fruits with a excellent mild flavour.

  18. Ideal for container growing, the plants can be grown vertically up netting or horizontally

    Cucumber, Pickling 'Hokus', Organic

    Gherkin, Cornichon or Pickling Cucumber
    €2.64
    Gherkin 'Hokus' is a small green Gherkin variety, which can be cultivated without the use of a greenhouse, as long as the ground is sheltered and amply fertilised. The plants can be grown vertically up netting or can be grown horizontally. Organic Seeds.
  19. Cucumber F1 Partner is a superb variety, producing a high yield of medium to dark green fruits around 10 to 15cm long.

    Cucumber, Pickling 'Partner F1'

    Gherkin, Cornichon or Pickling Cucumber
    €2.34

    Cucumber F1 Partner is a superb variety. A mid to early parthenocarpic variety, the plants are short jointed with mainly female flowers. With good disease resistance, they produce a high yield of medium to dark green fruits around 10 to 15cm long.

  20. Cucumber, 'Parisian Pickling' is the ideal cucumber for use in pickling and for summer salads.

    Cucumber, Pickling, 'Parisian Pickling'

    Gherkin, Cornichon or Pickling Cucumber
    Heritage (French, late 1800's - 'Improved Bourbonne')
    €1.80

    Out of stock

    Cucumber, 'Parisian Pickling' is the ideal cucumber for use in pickling and for eating fresh in salads. The fruits can be harvested while small and young at around 50 days for pickles or left to mature to 67 days for slicing cucumbers. Suitable for indoor and outdoor sowing and ideal for container growing.

  21. Green Manure 'Crimson Clover'

    Green Manure 'Crimson Clover'

    Trifolium incarnatum

    Starting at: €1.86

    Crimson Clover is a flowering legume, it has been a valuable resource throughout farming history. They fix nitrogen into the soil and provide bulky organic matter. In a crop rotation plan use clover before a brassica to release nitrogen to the following greens.
  22. Green Manure 'Red Clover'

    Green Manure 'Red Clover'

    Trifolium pratense

    Starting at: €1.86

    Considered to be the best clover for fixing nitrogen to the soil, Red Clover lifts minerals and nutrients from deep in the soil strata. Winter hardy and fast growing, it produces an abundant crop and grows in a great range of soils and climates.
  23. Green Manure, 'Field Beans'

    Green Manure, 'Field Beans'

    Winter Field Bean

    Starting at: €1.80

    Out of stock

    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.

  24. Green Manure, 'Forage Pea'

    Starting at: €2.34

    Forage Pea Green Manure is a fast growing member of the legume family. An excellent nitrogen fixer, it is suitable for most soil types, including heavy soil. Ideal for sowing late in the season; they are excellent for over wintering and can be sown from September to November.

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