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  1. “All Year Round” produces good quality white heads and is an excellent all-purpose variety for successional sowing.

    Cauliflower 'All Year Round'

    Successional, Summer Cauliflower
    €1.74

    Out of stock

    It is very uplifting to go to the garden on a cold December day to harvest a perfect, intricately woven, beautiful white head of cauliflower. “All Year Round” produces good quality white heads and is an excellent all-purpose variety for successional sowing.

  2.  Cauliflower “Romanesco” has to be one of the most beautiful vegetables around - a true ‘Objet d'Art’.

    Cauliflower 'Romanesco'

    Romanesco broccoli, Calabrese romanesco, Broccoflower.
    Heritage (Northern Italy)
    €1.62
    One of the most beautiful vegetables and a true Objet d'Art. Each complex, symmetrical head features whorls of chartreuse green florets, in a complex, bewitching design, an amazing example of phyllotaxis - the fractal patterning that appears in nature.
  3. Celeriac 'Giant Prague'

    Celeriac 'Giant Prague'

    Celery Root, Turnip-Rooted or Knob Celery.
    Heritage (1871)
    €1.74

    Celeriac is crisp and delicious, and it keeps all winter, but it is definitely not a looker. It offers fine-grained white flesh with a taste that is reminiscent of the main ingredients in Waldorf salad: celery, apples, and walnuts. Once you’ve grown it and tasted its exquisite flavour you’ll realise that ugly is only skin deep.

  4. Celeriac ‘Prinz’ is a high quality celeriac. A robust variety that is very trouble-free to grow.

    Celeriac 'Prinz'

    Celery Root, Turnip-Rooted or Knob Celery.
    €2.70
    It’s safe to say that celeriac will never be featured in photos of luscious, perfect produce. However, looks aren’t everything. Celeriac Prinz is a robust, disease resistant variety. Very trouble-free to grow it produces smooth, white skinned, well shaped globes. Once you’ve tasted its exquisite flavour, you’ll realise that ugly is only skin deep.
  5. Celeriac ‘Prinz’ is a high quality celeriac. A robust variety that is very trouble-free to grow.

    Celeriac 'Prinz' Organic

    Celery Root, Turnip-Rooted or Knob Celery.
    €3.18

    Out of stock

    Celeriac ‘Prinz’ has twice been awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. First awarded some years ago in 2000, the award was reconfirmed in the recent 2011 RHS Trails. The judges were impressed describing it as having ‘Compact plants with healthy foliage and deep, smooth, white skinned, well shaped globes’
  6. Celery Golden Self Blanching produces thick, crisp, juicy, deeply ribbed, aromatic stalks of celery

    Celery 'Golden Self Blanching'

    Self blanching, Summer celery.
    Heritage variety (1886)
    €1.50

    'Golden Self Blanching' produces thick, crisp, juicy, aromatic stalks of celery with solid hearts that have no hint of bitterness or stings. This dwarf variety is ideal for smaller gardens and does not need blanching. It produces naturally cream-coloured stalks with a crisp, crunchy texture and mild flavour.

  7. Celery ‘Tall Utah’ has a compact habit with tightly folded hearts, and produce broad, moderately ribbed, stringless, smooth stalks.

    Celery 'Tall Utah' Organic

    Green celery.
    Heritage variety (1953)
    €1.80

    Out of stock

    Celery ‘Tall Utah’ is one of the most popular and dependable disease resistant varieties available. The plants have a compact habit with tightly folded hearts, and stringless stalks. A good choice for short seasons they can be harvested at any stage. Organic Seed.
  8. Self blanching with an erect habit, F1 Victoria is one of the best flavoured celery varieties available.

    Celery 'Victoria F1'

    Self blanching, Summer celery.
    €2.34

    Out of stock

    Celery ‘F1 Victoria’ is the UK's market leader for early and mid season production. Producing tall, well filled plants with medium green, smooth fleshy petioles, it performs well under difficult spring conditions. It is one of the best flavoured varieties available.
  9. Leaf Celery was used centuries ago in Europe and the Orient, where its ancestor was known as 'smallage'.

    Celery, 'Cutting Leaf Celery'

    Cutting or Soup Celery. Chinese Kintsai
    €1.14

    Cutting celery or Leaf celery is the type that is used in Europe. It looks similar to parsley but tastes like regular stalk celery, but with a slightly stronger, herbier taste. It is a darker green, with thin, rounded, flexible stalks and curly, aromatic leaves; it is much easier to grow than its big brother.

  10. Cutting Leaf Celery 'Par-Cel' has curled leaves resembling curled parsley with the flavour of celery
    €1.74

    While there are now several varieties of leaf celery, one of the most popular is Par-Cel. Resembling curled parsley with the flavour of celery., this Dutch heirloom can be difficult to find in most grocers. Originated from Holland, it was dispersed by German settlers, which is why it is also known as Zwolsche Krul.

  11. This new red stemmed variety of cutting leaf celery is lovely in container gardens and small herb gardens.

    Celery, Cutting Leaf Celery, 'Red Stem'

    Red Soup Celery or Red Chinease Celery 'Kintsai'
    €1.62

    European Cutting Celery is a little obscure and largely misunderstood, but evoking curiosity. Unsurprisingly, it's the home gardeners who are leading the way. New to the market, 'Red Stem' is a lovely variety that is very easy to grow, and true to its name has beautiful red stems.

  12. Celtuce is named after its unique combination of characteristics, the celery-like stalks and the lettuce-like leaves.

    Celtuce, 'Wo Sun'

    Stem, Celery, Asparagus or Chinese lettuce.
    €1.56

    With a unique combination of characteristics, Celtuce is named after its celery-like stalks and lettuce-like leaves. The flavours are mild and delicate. The crispy and tender stalks are stir-fried or used in soups while the leaves are used in salads or cooked like spinach.

  13. Chamaemelum nobile, the perennial Roman Chamomile. Use for both scented chamomile lawns and for home remedy uses

    Chamaemelum nobile 'Roman Chamomile'

    English or Lawn Chamomile
    Also spelt Camomile

    Starting at: €1.74

    Camomile is a most useful plant. It can be used to make beautiful lawns and raised beds, an infusion of the plant is an ideal family remedy, calming and sedative, perfect for restlessness or travel sickness, while for gardeners the tea is effective as a spray to prevent 'damping-off' of seedlings

  14. With more colours than Joseph’s Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Bright Lights is one of the best looking vegetables around.

    Chard, Swiss Chard 'Bright Lights'

    Leaf Beet, Ruby Chard
    €1.86
    With more colours than Joseph’s Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Bright Lights is one of the best looking vegetables around. The stems are a veritable rainbow of colours. One of the easiest of vegetables to grow. RHS AGM and an AAS winner.
  15. With more colours than Joseph’s Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Bright Lights is one of the best looking vegetables around.
    €2.34
    With more colours than Joseph’s Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Bright Lights is one of the best looking vegetables around. The stems are a veritable rainbow of colours. One of the easiest of vegetables to grow. RHS AGM and an AAS winner. Organic Seeds.
  16. Chard, Swiss Chard 'Canary Yellow'
    €1.62

    Swiss Chard is a good choice for the beginner or busy gardener, it will give you tasty spinach type leaves for up to 12 months from a single sowing. 'Canary Yellow' has an upright growth, they plants can also be used as an ornamental plant. Deliciously succulent, they are worth growing for the colour alone.

  17. Swiss Chard ‘Fordhook Giant’ may just be the perfect vegetable. Introduced in 1934, this well known variety has been a market leader for years.

    Chard, Swiss Chard 'Fordhook Giant'

    Leaf Beet, Ruby Chard.
    Heritage (Britain 1934)
    €1.50
    Fordhook Giant may just well be the perfect vegetable. This fine flavoured, bolt resistant variety has been a market leader for years. It produces thick, dark green, crisp, crumbled leaves with a broad white rib on juicy white stalks.
  18. Swiss Chard 'Lucullus' is a particularly prolific variety which produces wonderful, heavily crumpled green leaves with white mid-rib and veins.

    Chard, Swiss Chard 'Lucullus'

    Leaf Beet, Heritage (Italian 1914)
    €1.38
    Swiss Chard 'Lucullus' is a particularly prolific variety which produces wonderful crumpled green leaves with white mid-rib and veins. Particular heat and cold tolerant and very easy to grow, it gives a good source of greens for much of the growing season.
  19. Peppery red chard has crimson-stemmed green leaves, making a striking contrast in any salad.

    Chard, Swiss Chard 'Rhubarb Red'

    Leaf Beet, Ruby Chard.
    €1.38

    Out of stock

    Swiss Chard is probably the most under appreciated of all vegetables. One of the easiest of all vegetables to grow with a long cropping season, it tolerates poor soil and inattention. With crimson-stemmed leaves, it makes a striking contrast in any salad.
  20. Worth growing for the colour alone, the striking deep green leaves with red veins are a beautiful addition to any garden.
    €2.10
    Worth growing for the colour alone, Red Chard will give tasty spinach type leaves for up to 12 months from a single sowing. It is a good choice for the beginner or busy gardener. The striking deep green leaves with red veins are a beautiful addition to any garden.
  21. Take a walk on the mild side with delicate, subtle, elegant Chervil.

    Chervil 'Fijne Krul', Organic

    Herb of Joy, Gourmet's Parsley.
    €2.10
    Take a walk on the mild side with delicate, subtle, elegant Chervil. 'Fijne Krul', or 'Fine Curled' Chervil has been cultivated in France for centuries, known as Cerfeuil it is swirled, whisked and folded into classic French dishes, but it's much too good to leave to the other side of the Channel. Organic Seed.
  22. Take a walk on the mild side with delicate, subtle, elegant Chervil.

    Chervil Curled

    Herb of Joy, Gourmet's Parsley.
    €1.50

    Chervil is an herb for the connoisseur of fine flavours and fragrances, and as you might expect from its refined appearance, chervil tastes mild and subtle, a little like parsley, but with a sophisticated yet gentle, aniseedy warmth. It is one of the French fab four of flavour in a fines herbes.

  23. "Massa" is a dark green Chervil selection with smooth leaves and good plant vigour.

    Chervil, Plain Leaf 'Massa'

    Brusseler Winter
    €1.50

    Chervil 'Massa' has a sophisticated yet gentle, aniseedy warmth. It is a dark green selection with smooth leaves and good plant vigour, it has better cold tolerance than standard Chervil and is used for autumn sowings, it also bolts much later.

  24. Chives are easily raised from seed; they will soon produce strong clumps that grow to 30cm in height.
    €1.50

    Out of stock

    These easy to grow chives are one of the famous fines herbes of French cuisine. Easily raised from seed, they are perennial bulbs that spread to form neat tufted clumps, ideal for edging beds and paths. They are particularly attractive when in flower and are a favourite of bees and other pollinating insects.

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