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  1. Onion 'Red Creole'

    Onion 'Red Creole'

    Red Bulbing Onion
    Heritage (USA 1850's)
    €1.75

    Well adapted and very widely planted. ‘Red Creole’ is a medium maturing, open-pollinated short day red onion. It has a clear, spicy-sweet flavour of medium heat and develops a sweet, mellow flavour when caramelised. Drought tolerant, disease resistant and especially hardy, it is considered by many to be the ideal onion.

  2. Onion Rijnsburger is an excellent Dutch variety with beautiful firm straw coloured skin, pure white flesh and a good flavour.

    Onion 'Rijnsburger' Organic

    Maincrop, White Bulbing Onion
    €2.55
    Onion 'Rijnsburger' is an excellent Dutch variety with uniform sized, large globe-shaped bulbs with thin necks. They have a beautiful firm straw coloured skin, pure white flesh and a good flavour. As a standard maincrop it offers excellent quality, high yields and a very good storage life. Organic Seeds
  3. Onion 'Stuttgart', Organic

    Onion 'Stuttgart', Organic

    White or Yellow Bulbing Onion
    €1.95
    Onion ‘Stuttgart’ is a late-season variety, originating in the Netherlands where it is called ‘Stuttgarter Riesen’, this well-known heirloom variety can also be found as 'Giant Stuttgart' and 'Stoccarde'. It is traditionally the most popular variety for the home gardener. Organic Seeds
  4. Bunching onion Kyoto Market has a mild, sweet flavour and is strongly reminiscent to the scallion or welsh onion.

    Onion, Bunching 'Kyoto Market'

    Japanese Bunching Onion, Negi
    Heritage (China)
    €1.75

    Bunching onion 'Kyoto Market' is an early, vigorous and heavy yielding bunching onion that does not bulb but forms long white stalks with long green foliage. suitable for later crops and for overwintering. This perennial variety splits into bunches as it grows, simply divide the clump to multiply your onion patch.

  5. The White Lisbon is an old favorite and ever popular Spring Onion.

    Onion, Spring Onion 'White Lisbon'

    Spring, Salad or Bunching Onion, Scallion
    Heritage (1787)
    €1.95

    Out of stock

    White Lisbon is an old favorite and ever popular Spring Onion. It is a hardy and reliable variety which features long white stems with bright green tops. It is quick and easy to grow, sow in autumn or spring, Cropping in 60 days. NIAB Accreditation and RHS AGM.
  6. Parsley is the best known of all the garnishing herbs.

    Parsley 'Champion Moss Curled'

    Curly Parsley. Aka 'Extra Triple Curled'
    Heritage (Pre 1866)
    €1.75
    Parsley 'Champion Moss Curled' is a selected strain with fine, tightly curled, dark green leaves. Growing to 30cm tall, this versatile herb is an ideal variety for containers, it can also look very ornamental as an edging to a large pot of nasturtiums! RHS AGM.
  7. Parsley is the best known of all the garnishing herbs.

    Parsley 'Moss Curled' Organic

    Curly Parsley.
    Heritage (Pre 1866)
    €1.85
    Parsley is the best known of all the garnishing herbs. Curly parsley can look very ornamental as an edging to a large pot of nasturtiums. It can also be grown in hanging baskets (keep well watered) window boxes (give it some shade in high summer) and containers. Organic Seed.
  8. Hollow Crown is one of the oldest varieties of parsnip, with a depth and richness unmatched by most other varieties.

    Parsnip 'Hollow Crown'

    2022 harvest, for planting in 2023
    Heritage (1825)
    €1.75

    Out of stock

    'Hollow Crown' is one of the oldest varieties of parsnip, with probably still the best flavour of all, with a depth and richness unmatched by most other varieties. It has been grown since at least the 1850's and is still very popular among gardeners in the know.

  9. Pea ‘Blauwschokker’ is a beautiful old European Heirloom variety.

    Pea 'Blauwschokker'

    Ezetha's Krombeks Purple Podded Pea
    Capucijners. Heritage (Europe 15th C)
    €2.85

    ‘Blauwschokker’ produce good yields of succulent, bright green peas with an abundance of red and violet flowers are followed by deep purple pods. Dual purpose it is delicious when harvested young as mangetout or can be left to mature to shell the delicious green peas.

  10. Pea ‘Blauwschokker’ is a beautiful old European Heirloom variety.

    Pea 'Blauwschokker' Organic

    Ezetha's Krombeks Purple Podded Pea
    Capucijners. Heritage (Europe 15th C)
    €3.10
    ‘Blauwschokker’ produce good yields of succulent, bright green peas with an abundance of red and violet flowers are followed by deep purple pods. Dual purpose it is delicious when harvested young as mangetout or can be left to mature to shell the delicious green peas. Organic Seeds.
  11. “Carouby de Maussane” has been enjoying a small-scale renaissance among heritage vegetable enthusiasts.

    Pea, Mangetout 'Carouby de Maussane' Sugar Pod

    Snow pea, Chinese Snow Pea.
    Heritage variety (France 19th C.)
    €2.35

    Although not widely available commercially, the vintage, sugar pod type pea 'Carouby de Maussane' has been enjoying a small-scale renaissance among heritage vegetable enthusiasts. Not only is the flavour superior, but the vines are covered with beautiful lavender and purple flowers.

  12. Pea ‘Oregon Sugar Pod’ features extremely hardy, high yielding vines of 10cm flat pods.

    Pea, Mangetout 'Oregon Sugar Pod'

    Snow pea, Chinese Snow Pea.
    Heritage variety (USA)
    €2.55
    Introduced by Oregon State University, this disease resistant variety is extremely hardy and one of the best choices for cooler climates. It gives high yields of four inch translucent flat green pods that hold their colour well. Crisp, tender and full of flavour.
  13. The Anaheim is a slightly sweet pepper with just a little pop, they are great for people who typically don’t like spicy foods.

    Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Anaheim'

    Mild: 500 to 1,000 SHU.
    Heritage (USA 1890)
    €1.75

    One of the most well known of the New Mexico peppers, the Anaheim is a slightly sweet pepper with just a little pop, they are great for people who typically don’t like spicy foods. Versatile, family friendly and big enough to be stuffed, if you are bored of the bell pepper, try moving up this small notch.

  14.  Pepperoncini peppers barely nudge the pepper scale, probably best described as having a ‘slightly sweet tang’, especially when pickled.

    Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Golden Greek Pepperoncini'

    Very Mild: 100 to 500 SHU. Heritage
    €2.45

    Out of stock

    Pepperoncini peppers originally hail from Europe, specifically Italy and Greece, often served in salads and on antipasti platters. They barely nudge the pepper scale and have a slightly sweet 'tang’ especially when pickled. Mild, tasty and crunchy, they bring many foods to life.

  15. Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Scotch Bonnet'

    Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Scotch Bonnet'

    Very Hot: 100,000 to 350,000 SHU. Heritage
    €2.65

    Out of stock

    The 'Scotch Bonnet' was the first Caribbean Hot Pepper to be known by a specific name in the export market. Most commonly found in hot Caribbean dishes, use sparingly, fresh or dried to recipes. Also great for pickling, garnishes, sauces and jerk rubs, it develops a rich, multi-sided, tropical-fruity flavour.

  16. Sweet Pepper California Wonder is a widely adapted standard variety that is a favorite with gardeners.

    Pepper, Sweet Pepper 'Californian Wonder'

    Bell Pepper
    Heritage (USA, Introduced 1928)
    €1.95

    Californian Wonder is the widely adapted standard variety, a favorite with gardeners and for commercial production. It consistently produces large yields of blocky, four-lobed thick-walled fruit that is mild and sweet, tender and flavourful. Perfect for salads, to stir-fries, grilling or stuffing.

  17. The name of this Italian heirloom translates as ‘Horn of the Bull’, a tribute to this Sweet Peppers' full, tapered shape.

    Pepper, Sweet Pepper 'Corno di Toro Giallo'

    ‘Horn of the Bull’. Heritage (Italian)
    €2.25
    Corno di Toro Giallo peppers have thin skin and thick walls and ripen to a golden-yellow. With a sweet, crisp, full-bodied flavour they are so popular that they have spawned an almost fanatical following.
  18. The name of this Italian heirloom translates as ‘Horn of the Bull’, a tribute to this Sweet Peppers' full, tapered shape.

    Pepper, Sweet Pepper 'Corno di Toro Rosso'

    ‘Horn of the Bull’. Heritage (Italian)
    €2.25
    With a sweet, crisp, full-bodied flavour and a full, tapered shape, the gorgeous deep crimson sweet pepper ‘Horn of the Bull’ grow up to 25cm long. These uncommon peppers are a traditional favorite of Italy. Suitable for the greenhouse or outdoors.
  19. Think of the Cubanelle like a sweeter, more flavourful bell pepper.

    Pepper, Sweet Pepper 'Cubanelle'

    Mild: 500 to 1,000 SHU.
    Italian Frying Pepper. Heritage
    €1.95

    Think of the Cubanelle like a sweeter, more flavourful bell pepper, and you’ll understand why they are so popular. While stuffing is a possibility, fried with a little olive oil, the Cubanelles mild sweet taste really comes to life. It is perhaps best thought of as providing 'taste' rather than 'heat'.

  20. Popular since the 1920s, this is the golden version of the red California Wonder.

    Pepper, Sweet Pepper 'Golden Californian Wonder'

    Bell Pepper
    Heritage (USA, Introduced 1928)
    €1.95

    'Golden Californian Wonder' is the widely adapted standard variety, a favorite with gardeners and widely used for commercial production. The plant does well in both cool and warm weather. It consistently produces large yields of blocky, four-lobed thick-walled fruit that is mild and sweet, tender and flavourful.

  21. Sweet Pepper 'Runa' produces a large harvest of flat-round fruits.

    Pepper, Sweet Pepper 'Runa' Organic

    Tomato pepper (European Heirloom C1900's)
    €3.25

    Out of stock

    Beautifully shiny, red and tomato-shaped, Sweet Pepper 'Runa' produces a large harvest of flat-round fruits, use as you would a regular sweet pepper. Their unusual shape make them visually appealing. Suitable for outdoor and greenhouse cultivation the plants grow 60cm tall. Organic Seed.
  22. Pumpkin 'Musquée de Provence'

    Pumpkin 'Musquée de Provence'

    Fairy Tale Pumpkin, Winter Squash,
    Heritage (French 1800's)
    €2.25

    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.

  23. With its inky black skin and pure white flesh, the Black Spanish radish represents a particular specialty.

    Radish 'Black Spanish Round'

    Winter Radish.
    Heritage variety (Europe 1558)
    €1.50

    The Black Spanish radish is a unique variety with a inky black, thick skin that resembles that of a rhinoceros. But that craggy, tough exterior is what protects the tender, spicy, crisp, pure-white flesh. They are reliable, last forever in the garden and in storage, and are one of the easiest things you will ever grow.

  24. With its inky black skin and pure white flesh, the Black Spanish radish represents a particular specialty.

    Radish 'Black Spanish Round' Organic

    Winter Radish.
    Heritage variety (Europe 1558)
    €2.00
    Radishes are a particularly varied group. Many vary greatly from the crisp, magenta balls that we are used to serving on our salad plates, to the Black Spanish radish which represents a particular specialty. We are, at long last now to be able to offer Organic Seed.

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