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  1. Crambe maritima 'Lilywhite'

    Crambe maritima 'Lilywhite'

    Seakale, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    Ancient Crop.
    €3.30

    Out of stock

    Crambe maritima is a lovely dual purpose plant. This delicacy from the olden days has a unique delicate flavour, forced Seakale is a real delicacy. In the garden, it can be grown as an eye-catching and fragrant border plant. It has perhaps the most beautiful of all large glaucous leaves.
  2. Cress: Land Cress

    Cress: Land Cress

    American Cress or Upland Cress
    €1.75

    Once very popular for winter salads, Land Cress has the same pungent nip that Watercress does but can be grown directly in the garden. Leaf production is at it's highest during the summer and autumn, but it will happily carry on growing right through the winter. It deserves to be far more widely grown.

  3. Cress: Watercress

    Cress: Watercress

    European watercress.
    €1.75

    Watercress has risen to a starring role in elaborate culinary preparations and is as beneficial for the health as much as the palate. This highly nutritious aquatic herb has a lovely mustardy bite most commonly served raw as a garnish or as part of a salad.

  4. 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
    €2.95

    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.

  5. The original Marketmore was released in 1968, it is now firmly established as one of the 'Greats' in the cucumber world.

    Cucumber 'Marketmore'

    Outdoor, Ridge Cucumber
    €1.75

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

  6. 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
    €2.00
    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.
  7. The seeds are oblong and longitudinally ridged, they have a rich aroma and high oil content that helps to add an earthy and warming feeling to recipes.

    Cumin, Cuminum cyminum

    Jira or Zi yar
    €1.75

    Cuminum Cyminum has a richness of history that gives it a special place in the world of spices. Cumin is globally popular and an essential flavouring in many cuisines. Easy to grow, this versatile spice makes a wonderful addition to any herb garden and does wonders in the kitchen.

  8. Many still regard dandelions as pests and only want to kill them. Italian, French and Greeks, however, prefer to eat them.

    Dandelion, Taraxacum officinale

    Dandelion, Clockflower, Tell-The-Time, Blowball, Puffball, Priests Crown
    €1.50

    Dandelion is reviled by lawn manicurists yet, like Burdock, it is one of the most esteemed herbs in healing, the benefits are endless. The young raw leaves can be used in salads or cooked as a vegetable, the leaves contain more iron than spinach and are a excellent source of vitamins.

  9. Dill Bouquets sports large seedheads and dark blue-green foliage, it is the best cultivar for seed production.

    Dill 'Bouquet'

    Dill Weed, Baby Dill, Dill Seed, Dill Fruit
    €1.75

    Dill Bouquet is a popular variety in America. It is an early bloomer that sports large seedheads and dark blue-green foliage. With good flavour it is the best cultivar for seed production. Sweet and aromatic, the flavour is intermediate between anise and caraway.

  10. Dill's fernlike herb leaves have a sweet and aromatic flavour, between anise and caraway.

    Dill 'Diana' Organic

    Dill Seed, Dill Weed
    €1.75

    Out of stock

    Dill 'Diana' is a very upright and stable selection. Especially robust against bolting, it is very leafy with an attractive dark green colour. The plants have a compact growth habit and are suitable for windowsill or container use. Organic Seed.
  11. Dill causes few problems for novice gardeners. It is a very attractive plant, whether container grown or in a garden bed.

    Dill 'Tetra'

    Baby Dill, Dill Seed, Dill Fruit
    €1.75

    Dill Dukat is grown primarily for its abundant foliage, producing much more foliage before forming seed than most varieties. It is one of the best for fresh leaf production. Dill is certainly delectable. If ever the term "best if home-grown" were to apply to an item in the kitchen, dill would be it!

  12. This fabulous range can be grown anywhere, Very easy to grow, whether you have a garden the size of a tennis court or a teacup, a formal potager or allotment,

    Starting at: €3.95

    This fabulous range of Edible Flowers and Herbs give decorative petals and leaves for use as garnishes and flavourings. Some are spicy, and some herbaceous, while others are floral and fragrant, the range is surprising. They will bring a stunning finish to the food and drinks you that you love.

  13. Feverfew, 'Aureum', Golden Feverfew
    €1.85

    Tanacetum parthenium 'Aureum', commonly called Golden Feverfew or Golden Feather, is a clump-forming, dwarf cultivar which typically grows only 20 to 30cm tall and features small daisy-like flowers and chartreuse aromatic foliage. It blooms profusely between July and October.

  14. Feverfew a garden favourite. White petals with yellow centres accent the green serrated leaves of this plant.
    €1.75

    Whether your interest lies in medicinal herbs or simply its decorative qualities, growing Feverfew can be a welcome addition to any garden or allotment. Feverfew is a good companion plant and a natural insect repellent. Ideal for planting around outdoor seating areas and pathways

  15. Good King Henry

    Good King Henry

    Chenopodium bonus-henricus (An Ancient Crop)
    Poor-man's Asparagus, Lincolnshire Spinach.
    €2.00

    Good King Henry has been used as a vegetable for centuries and was once a common sight in every garden. Good King Henry may have lost his court and become something of a rarity today, but this unique herb has much to offer to the home or cottage gardener.

  16. Good King Henry has been used as a vegetable for centuries and was once a common sight in every garden.

    Good King Henry, Organic

    Chenopodium bonus-henricus (An Ancient Crop)
    Poor-man's Asparagus, Lincolnshire Spinach.
    €2.70
    Good King Henry has been used as a vegetable for centuries and was once a common sight in every garden. Good King Henry may have lost his court and become something of a rarity today, but this unique herb has much to offer to the home or cottage gardener. Organic Seed.
  17. Proponents of alfalfa describe it as a wonder crop.

    Green Manure 'Alfalfa'

    Lucerne. Green Manure or Cover Crop

    Starting at: €2.10

    Proponents of alfalfa describe it as a wonder crop. As a green manure, alfalfa can be grown for a few months or a year. The plants are able to fix large quantities of nitrogen from the air, its long roots break up soil pans, prevent erosion and improve soil and water quality.

  18. Green Manure 'Crimson Clover'

    Green Manure 'Crimson Clover'

    Trifolium incarnatum

    Starting at: €1.85

    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.
  19. Green Manure 'General Mix'

    Green Manure 'General Mix'

    Green Manure or Cover Crop

    Starting at: €2.10

    Green Manure “General Mix” is designed to provide a short term mix for use throughout the year. The plants have nitrogen fixing properties and provide a mix of bulky foliage that add organic matter. improving the texture of the soil and suppressing weeds.

  20. Green Manure 'Red Clover'

    Green Manure 'Red Clover'

    Trifolium pratense

    Starting at: €2.10

    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.
  21. Rye is one of the best green manures for winter use, it is the best cool-season cereal cover for absorbing soil nitrogen.

    Green Manure 'Rye'

    Secale cereal (Hungarian Grazing Rye)

    Starting at: €2.00

    Rye is one of the best green manures for winter use, it is the best cool-season cereal cover for absorbing soil nitrogen and gives good crop cover to help prevent nutrient leaching, it provides exceptional weed suppression. Sow to November.

  22. Tares and Rye are a popular combination for use as a cover crop or winter manure. The plants work extremely well together

    Green Manure 'Tares & Rye'

    Vinca sativa (Vetch) & Secale cereal (Hungarian Grazing Rye)

    Starting at: €3.05

    Tares and Rye are a traditional combination as they work well together. Used particularly in crop rotation prior to planting leafy crops such as brassicas, this two-way mix guarantees biomass, builds soil and leaves readily available nitrogen for hungry crops. Sow in spring or as late as November.

  23. Tares produces a lot of bulky foliage that suppresses weeds, adds organic matter and improves the texture of the soil.

    Green Manure 'Tares'

    Vicia sativa. Vetch. Legume

    Starting at: €1.60

    As a green manure Tares are an excellent choice for heavy soils, they produce a lot of bulky foliage that suppresses weeds, adds organic matter and improves the texture of the soil. Easy to dig in, this hardy annual can be sown in spring to dig in later in summer or sown in autumn to overwinter.

  24. Green Manure, 'Field Beans'

    Green Manure, 'Field Beans'

    Winter Field Bean

    Starting at: €2.00

    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.

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