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  1. Kelvedon Wonder is a second early / maincrop pea variety that can be sown in succession from March to July.

    Pea 'Kelvedon Wonder' Organic

    Second early / maincrop, Low-growing variety.
    Heritage (Essex, England 1925)
    €2.95
    Kelvedon Wonder is an award winning, popular and well-flavoured pea which grows on a dwarf plants, making it excellent for container growing and smaller gardens. Fast growing and heavy cropping it can be can be sown in succession from March to July. Organic Seeds.
  2. Pea 'Terrain'

    Pea 'Terrain'

    Maincrop
    €2.25

    Pea 'Terrain' is a recent introduction and one of the most the most exciting developments of recent times. Yield, pod quality and taste – Pea Terrain couldn’t be beaten. Considered the most mildew resistant pea available this powerhouse pea is ideal for late summer sowing, especially in June/July enabling peas to be picked into November and up to a hard frost.

  3. '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 hull-less seeds can also be eaten raw or toasted.

  4. 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'!

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. '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.

  8. Pumpkin 'Wee-Bee-Little' is a lovely little pumpkin that is very endearing.

    Pumpkin 'Wee-Bee-Little'

    Minature Squash
    €2.45

    Pumpkin 'Wee-Bee-Little' is an award winning little pumpkin that is very endearing. Remarkably miniature and averaging 8 to 9cm in diameter, they are delicious and decorative, they are the perfect size for children to grow and for small hands to hold. 12 weeks to harvest, each plant producing an average of 9 fruits per plant

  9. The Minowase is the finest radish variety for summer to autumn harvest.

    Radish, Daikon 'Minowase Summer Cross'

    Mooli, Asiatic or Oriental Radish
    €2.45

    Out of stock

    The Minowase is the finest daikon radish variety for summer to autumn harvest. Sown from mid June to mid July, it can be harvested during cooler weather until the first mild frosts. They store beautifully and excel in stir-fries and roasts, the flesh is tender, buttery, and mild.

  10. The root of Root Parsley Hamburg can be left in the ground all winter and dug up as and when your Sunday roast requires.

    Root Parsley, Hamburg 'Berliner' Organic

    Dutch Rooted Parsnip, Halflange
    Heritage (Germany 16th C.)
    €2.10
    Hamburg Parsley 'Berliner' has edible large flat, parsley-like leaves but should not be confused with common curly parsley or Italian flat leaf parsley, as neither produce edible roots. It is a specific variety grown for as a root vegetable rather than an herbaceous green. Organic Seeds.
  11. The root of Root Parsley Hamburg can be left in the ground all winter and dug up as and when your Sunday roast requires.

    Root Parsley, Hamburg 'Half-Long'

    Dutch Rooted Parsnip, Halflange
    Heritage (Germany 16th C.)
    €1.50

    Root Parsley Hamburg is an off-beat, dual purpose vegetable that deserves to be better known. The root can be left in the ground all winter and dug up as and when your Sunday roast requires and the luxury of having plenty of leaves to snip from the garden in winter can’t be overstated.

  12. Okahijiki is a bit of stunner to look at. It has vibrant green stems and that fantastic springiness that you get with succulent plants

    Salsola komarovii, Okahijiki

    Land Seaweed, Saltwort
    €1.85

    Salsola komarovii, popularly known as Okahijiki is considered to be one of Japan’s oldest vegetables. A gourmet specialty, it is found in the wild growing in salt laden coastal marshes. A first tentative taste of a sprig reveals a surprising texture, the tubular leaves and branched stems are juicy with a crisp texture and salty flavour.

  13. Shallot 'Zebrune'
    €2.95

    Out of stock

    Shallot 'Zebrune' is a heritage variety that has recently been revived. It is very productive and has good resistance to bolting. Torpedo shaped, with superbly coloured pinky-brown skin this type are often called ‘banana’ shallots in the cookbooks, they are increasing in popularity for gourmet cooking.

  14. Shungiku, also know as Chopsuey Greens is an easy plant to grow. The young shoots, stems and petals can be eaten.

    Shungiku, Chopsuey Greens

    Chopsuey Greens
    €1.50

    Anyone who has had the pleasure of traveling to countries such as Japan or China will appreciate the bewildering but totally delicious array of vegetables on offer there. No wonder the Japanese have no problem reaching their official recommended intake of not merely five, but 17 portions of fruit and veg per day!

  15. Spinach 'F1 Piano' completely resistant to all races of spinach mildew and is very strongly resistant to bolting.

    Spinach 'F1 Piano'

    Spinach. Baby Leaf, Micro Leaf
    €2.45

    Spinach ‘F1 Piano’ is a modern, variety with smooth, green leaves. Highly productive, it is completely resistant to all races of spinach mildew and is very strongly resistant to bolting. With these properties it ranks among the most successful varieties for summer and autumn cultivation.

  16. Vivid pink tinged triangular bright green leaves with each new set of leaves blushed a shocking magenta.

    Spinach, Mexican Tree Spinach

    Micro Glitter Spinach
    €2.00

    Mexican Tree Spinach is the latest ‘new’ arrival on the veg-growing scene. With a hundred different names including 'Micro Glitter Spinach' - this is a beautiful plant to have in the garden or allotment. Vivid pink tinged triangular bright green leaves with each new set of leaves blushed a shocking magenta.

  17. Autumn Crown’is a new butternut crossed with a Winter squash, Crown Prince F1.

    Squash 'Autumn Crown F1'

    'Squashkin' (Butternut x Crown Prince F1)
    €2.95

    'F1 Autumn Crown’ is a new butternut crossed with a Winter squash, Crown Prince F1, which produces the shape of one parent and the buff colour of the other. More importantly, it has inherited early ripening from Crown Prince, setting fruits at least a month before the previously available fastest butternuts.

  18. Squash 'Blue Kuri'

    Squash 'Blue Kuri'

    Japanese kabocha-type squash, Blue Hokkaido
    €3.30

    'Blue Kuri' is a traditional open pollinated Japanese squash that has lovely blue-green skin. This beautiful sweet, versatile squash matures in 95 to 110 days to a convenient 15 to 20cm in diameter. Rich, sweet and nutty, the contrast between blue rind and orange flesh looks great on the plate.

  19. Squash 'Buttercup'

    Squash 'Buttercup'

    Japanese kabocha-type squash
    €2.35

    Buttercup squash is a variety of winter squash that's considered the sweetest of squash. Attractive green, slightly ribbed fruits each have a distinctive blossom-end button and flattened turban shape. At around 1.5kg, use for roasting with the joint, soups and pumpkin pie.

  20. Very reliable and productive, it is renowned for its long storage properties.

    Squash 'Crown Prince F1'

    Winter Squash
    €3.50
    'F1 Crown Prince' has an impressive appearance with steel grey skin and sweet orange flesh. It is widely considered to be one of the best flavoured squashes, much prized for its dense, sweet orange flesh. Very reliable and productive it is renowned for its long storage properties.
  21. Squash 'Delica F1'

    Squash 'Delica F1'

    Japanese kabocha type squash, Aka ‘Ebisu’
    Heritage (Japan 1964's)
    €3.40

    Adaptable to many growing and soil conditions, Squash ‘Delica F1’ performs best in moderate temperatures. It consistently produces high quality, dark green striped fruit with a bright orange, creamy interior. The flesh is of excellent quality, sweet with a delicate taste of chestnut.

  22. Winter Squash 'Honey Bear' is one of the sweetest varieties currently available.

    Squash 'F1 Honey Bear'

    Winter Squash, Acorn Squash
    €2.95

    Winter Squash 'F1 Honey Bear' is a high sugar Acorn type squash. Mini-acorn fruits are just the right size halved for single servings. The compact plants have a semi-bush habit, are early to mature and high yielding. The sweet golden-orange flesh has a flavour that hints of hazelnuts and pepper.

  23. Squash 'Futtsu Black Early'

    Squash 'Futtsu Black Early'

    Black Futsu Winter Squash,
    Heritage (Japan 1800's)
    €2.35

    Blocky, deeply ribbed and extremely bumpy, for most of the season they are a gorgeous dark green to charcoal black, but in autumn 'Futtsu Black Early' mature in a fascinating metamorphosis, to a grey-bloomed dusty orange. Harvest in the midst of their transformation for funky autumn displays or wait for them to ripen completely for maximum flavour, nutty and sweet with hints of chestnut.

  24.  'Marina di Chioggia' is a very old Italian Heirloom variety

    Squash 'Marina di Chioggia'

    Winter Squash, Zucca Barucca, Zucca Santa
    Heritage (Italian 1600's)
    €2.00

    This very old Italian Heirloom rustic variety originates near Venice and is considered the King of Italian Squashes. Round, short, and squat in shape, the dark green to grey-blue skin has slight, vertical ridging and is almost completely covered in bumps. When cooked, Marina di Chioggia squash is tender and sweet with nutty flavours.

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