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  1. Tomato 'St Pierre produce good quality, full flavoured fruits with the right balance of low-sweet and low-acid and a superior flavour.

    Tomato 'St Pierre'

    Salad Tomato, Heritage (French)
    Vine / Cordon (Indeterminate)
    €1.75

    Tomato 'St Pierre' has been named after the French island off the southern coast of Newfoundland which explains this tomatoes cold hardiness. Reliable and disease resistant it produces superior quality, full flavoured fruits. Often the first standard tomato to fruit and will continue right up until the first frost of the season.

  2. Tomato 'Golden Queen' Organic

    Tomato 'Golden Queen' Organic

    Salad Tomato, Heritage (Germany 1886)
    Vine / Cordon (Indeterminate)
    €2.65
    With a slight acid content and mild but aromatic taste, Tomato 'Golden Queen' is a great salad tomato variety that will not disappoint. Beautiful round 6 to 8cm fruit with a weight of about 90 grams. With a slight acid content and mild but aromatic taste. Organic Seed.
  3. Tomato 'Goldene Königin' otherwise known as 'Golden Queen' is a variety known since 1886.

    Tomato 'Golden Queen'

    Salad Tomato, Heritage (Germany 1886)
    Vine / Cordon (Indeterminate)
    €1.85

    Tomato 'Golden Queen' is one of the oldest heirlooms from Germany, known since 1886 where it is known as 'Goldene Königin'. It produces golden-yellow fruit, with a thin skin and a mild, sweet and aromatic taste. It ripens early and has moderate burst-resistance. A great salad tomato variety that will not disappoint.

  4. Tomato 'Cerise' is a fantastic cherry variety that produces heavy crops of long trusses of small bite sized fruits

    Tomato 'Cerise'

    Mid-early, Cherry Tomato. Heritage (Italian)
    Vine / Cordon (Indeterminate)
    €1.95

    Tomato 'Cerise' is a fantastic cherry variety with a delicious sweet flavour. This heirloom variety of Italian origin is mid to early maturing, the fruits ripen at about 60 days after transplant giving high yields of superb tasting small 18 to 25 gram fruits.

  5. Tomato 'Arancia' is a beautifully rounded, orange-yellow tomato with an average weight of around 175 grams

    Tomato 'Arancia'

    Large salad / small beefsteak.
    Vine / Cordon (Indeterminate)
    €1.95

    Those who love colourful bright coloured tomatoes will definitely like Tomato 'Arancia'. A beautifully rounded, orange-yellow tomato with an average weight of around 175 grams and with a remarkably sweet taste, this is a commercial variety with Polish origins. Famously cold, drought and disease resistant it reliably bears fruit steadily throughout the season .

  6. Sweetcorn 'Tasty Sweet F1'  is a great, early, super sweet and delicious variety.

    Sweetcorn 'Tasty Sweet F1'

    Early variety. Supersweet.
    €3.55

    Sweetcorn 'Tasty Sweet F1' is a great, early, super sweet and new variety. This extra sweet type produces beautiful golden yellow kernels that have better flavour than regular sweetcorn and has been bred to have improved tolerance to cool weather. Early to ripen and very suitable for northern European gardens.

  7. Squash 'Sweet Mama F1’ is a superior kabocha that produces on a very space-saving short vine.

    Squash 'Sweet Mama F1'

    Japanese kabocha type squash.
    €3.25

    An award winning variety of the Japanese Kabocha squash, 'Sweet Mama F1’ is a unique kabocha that produces on a very space-saving short vine. It produces flattened globe shaped fruit with an excellent sweet and nutty flavour. The distinct bush-type growth habit makes it possible to inter plant these vines quite closely.

  8. Spinach 'Gamma' Organic

    Spinach 'Gamma' Organic

    Baby Leaf Spinach
    €1.95
    Spinach 'Gamma' is a useful slow-growing and hence bolt-resistant variety that produces small leaves that are smooth, round, dark and slightly savoyed. The plants will provide succulent growth at any stage from baby leaf to full-size leaves. Organic Seeds.
  9. Sweeter than most varieties, they have a beautiful interior that looks like a ripe watermelon.

    Radish, Daikon 'Watermelon Radish'

    ShinRi-Mei, meaning 'Beauty in the Heart.'
    €2.45

    The colourful 'Watermelon Radish' of historic China. The magic is in their bright-magenta interior which is so sweet, crisp, and delicious. A winter radish, for autumn and winter sowing they will tolerate temperatures down to around -3°C. The bright pink and white flesh makes a beautiful accent for any salad. They are also good for pickling. 45 to 55 days.

  10. 'F1 April Cross' is recommended for late summer to early summer harvest and for early winter harvest.

    Radish, Daikon 'F1 April Cross'

    Mooli, Asiatic or Oriental Radish
    €2.95

    'F1 April Cross' is a Minowase type hybrid daikon radish. A market leader for its extra-slow bolting habit, tender mature flesh and reliable harvest. Recommended for late summer to early summer harvest and for early winter harvest, they are an excellent variety for home gardeners. Sow seeds after the last frost in spring or in late summer to early autumn. They have a mild taste that is tender, buttery, and mild. 60 days.

  11. 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.
  12. 'Dulce Italiano' is one of the most aromatic red pepper varieties from Italy

    Pepper, Sweet Pepper 'Dulce Italiano' Organic

    Sweet Pepper, Italian Frying Pepper
    €3.50

    Out of stock

    Sweet Pepper 'Dulce Italiano' is one of the most aromatic red pepper varieties from Italy. From mid-season the plants have to be well staked to support the abundant production of beautiful pendulous pods. Often used for roasting and frying but also wonderful when eaten fresh. Organic Seed.
  13. Chili Pepper 'Diavoletto' is an impressive and rare variety from Austria

    Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Diavoletto' Organic

    Medium Hot: 30,000 to 40,000 SHU.
    €3.25
    An impressive and rare variety from Austria, chilli 'Diavoletto', meaning ‘little devil’, produces fruits are not only visually attractive, but also beautifully spicy. Elongated, fleshy chili fruits ranging in colour from purple to golden brown and finally to deep orange red. Organic Seed.
  14. Sugar Pea Norli are best picked while small and can be harvested when they reach just 5cm long for gourmet eating.

    Pea, Mangetout 'Norli' Sugar Pod

    Snow pea, Chinese Snow Pea.
    Low-growing variety
    €2.25
    Pea 'Norli' is a true French mange tout type pea that produces small, dark green flat pods with good sweet flavour. The pods are entirely stringless and are very heavily produced, perfect for steaming, stir frying, or raw in salads, you will find this little pea absolutely mouth-watering. RHS AGM.
  15. Pea 'Sienna'

    Pea 'Sienna'

    Very early, Low-growing Shelling pea
    €2.75

    Pea 'Sienna' is a superstar - an excellent hardy, early variety that is well adapted to cool soils and early spring weather, and produces a very fast crop. Very easy shelling, with excellent sweet flavour - open the medium sized, blunt pods and enjoy the first, sweet, plump, green peas of the season!

  16. 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.

  17. Sweet Anans Melon produces oval shaped, slightly netted fruits with beige rind and apricot interior when mature.

    Melon 'Sweet Ananas'

    Pineapple Melon, Sharlyn Melon (Heritage France 1824)
    €2.45

    Today Ananas melons are grown for specialty markets in Europe and America and are somewhat rare to find. Extremely juicy the tropical flavours are followed by a faint, caramel-like aftertaste. Wonderful but rarely available, this variety is well worth growing at home. Sow from February to May for harvesting July to September.

  18. Cucumber 'F1 Iznik'

    Cucumber 'F1 Iznik'

    Mini Cucumber, Cocktail or Snack. Parthenocarpic variety
    €3.95

    Cucumber 'F1 Iznik' is a terrific and very popular cocktail cucumber, 12 to 14cm in length. It is seedless, spineless, thin-skinned, smooth, dark green, crisp and perfect for fresh snacking. A parthenocarpic variety with compact growth, suitable for container and greenhouse production as well as open-field.

  19. Akito F1' is a popular all female variety of ridge-cucumber which gives high yields of slender bitter-free fruits.

    Cucumber 'F1 Akito'

    All female. Ridge-cucumber
    €2.65

    Akito F1 is a popular all female variety of ridge-cucumber which gives high yields of slender bitter-free fruits. Mildew resistant and suitable for growing outdoors or under-cover, it is an excellent choice for those who want the superior taste of a ridge-cucumber but the vigour of a modern hybrid.

  20. Corn, Popcorn 'Plomyk'

    Corn, Popcorn 'Plomyk'

    Pop corn or Popping corn
    €2.95

    'Plomyk' is a corn variety that is grown for its dried seeds that are later used to make delicious, home-made popcorn. Usually sown in May to June and harvested August to September. Perfect for home made popcorn at a party or movie night!

  21. Celeriac 'Verona'

    Celeriac 'Verona'

    Celery Root, Turnip-Rooted or Knob Celery.
    Heritage (1871)
    €1.75

    Originally from Northern Italy and named for the fair city of Verona, this heirloom celeriac variety produces large white skinned globes with a sweet yet savory flavour and a creamy texture, similar to a potato. Crisp and delicious, and it keeps all winter, once you’ve grown it you’ll realise that ugly is only skin deep.

  22. 'Flamenco F1' is a very high quality Cauliflower variety for late summer and autumn production

    Cauliflower 'Flamenco F1'

    Late Summer to Autumn
    €3.50
    'Flamenco F1' is a very high quality Cauliflower variety for late summer and autumn production that has exceptional flavour. Productive and uniform the plants have good tolerance to temperature variations. The heavy white domes can be harvested through summer and early autumn. RHS AGM.
  23. Cabbage 'Wirosa F1'

    Cabbage 'Wirosa F1'

    Savoy Cabbage, Early Winter Savoy
    €2.95

    Cabbage ‘Wirosa F1' is a very useful early variety of savoy Cabbage, with finely blistered leaves and a vigorous plant habit. Reliable and frost hardy, the cycle plantation to harvest is around 160 days. It can be sown early under glass for the earliest harvests.

  24. Cabbage ‘Vertus’ produces rounded heads of finely blistered, dark green ruffled leaves

    Cabbage 'Vertus'

    Savoy Cabbage, Winter Savoy
    €2.45

    Savoy cabbage ‘Vertus’ produces heads of finely blistered, dark green ruffled leaves that have a sweet, subtle flavour. This mid-late, frost hardy variety produces cabbages that have the ability to withstand even severe cold weather. Sow April to early June, harvest October to February.

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