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  1. Who would have thought that peeling and caramelising a few roots in the oven, would glorify this humble root vegetable to new heights?

    Beetroot 'Golden Beetroot'

    Maincrop
    Heritage (USA 1940's)
    €2.46

    Golden Beetroots have a great mild taste and a slightly honeyed taste. They can be lifted young or left to mature. Sown March to July for harvesting June to December, they don’t dye other ingredients or stain the dishes, after all, at the end of a long work day, the last thing you want to do is get your hands dirty.

  2. These golden beauties are an absolute delight, with a slightly honeyed taste they are sweeter than red beetroots.

    Beetroot 'Golden Beetroot' Organic

    Maincrop
    Heritage (USA 1940's)
    €2.70

    Out of stock

    Who would have thought that peeling and caramelising a few roots in the oven, would glorify this humble root vegetable to new heights? These golden beauties are an absolute delight, with a slightly honeyed taste. Use them baked sautéed, steamed or in soups. Organic Seed.
  3. These exceptionally uniform, smooth skinned, perfectly round beets have a wonderfully attractive rich red colouration and excellent skin quality.

    Beetroot 'Pablo F1'

    Baby Beetroot, Baby Leaf, Micro Leaf.
    €2.10
    It is not without reason that Pablo F1 is a winner of the RHS AGM. These exceptionally uniform, smooth skinned, perfectly round beets have a wonderfully attractive rich red colouration and excellent skin quality. A great choice for baby beetroot or it can be left to mature.
  4. Chioggia or Barabietola di Chioggia is a globe-shaped heirloom Italian variety, with a slightly flattened shape.

    Beetroot 'Tonda di Chioggia'

    Dolce di Chioggia or Barabietola di Chioggia
    Heritage (Italian 1840's)
    €1.98

    Chioggia or Barabietola di Chioggia is a globe-shaped heirloom Italian variety. With a rosy orange-pink outer skin and a distinctive dartboard pattern when cut, it is sometimes known as Bull’s Eye Beet or Candy Stripe Beet. Bands of white flesh alternate with bands of pink or rosy red.

  5. Chioggia or Barabietola di Chioggia is a globe-shaped heirloom Italian variety, with a slightly flattened shape.

    Beetroot 'Tonda di Chioggia' Organic

    Dolce di Chioggia or Barabietola di Chioggia
    Heritage (Italian 1840's)
    €2.22
    Barabietola di Chioggia is a globe-shaped heirloom Italian variety, grown today mainly for its unusual colouring, but it has a mild and sweet flavour. It can be sown from very early in the season until late and can be grown in raised beds or containers all year round.
  6. Early Purple Sprouting Broccoli has been selected for its hardiness and flavour.
    €1.98
    Early Purple Sprouting Broccoli has been selected for its hardiness and flavour, it can be harvested over many weeks. It is one of the most flavoursome of vegetables, standing beside asparagus and globe artichokes. Sweet and delicate, it melts in the mouth. Organic Seeds.
  7. Broccoli 'Extra Early Purple Sprouting Rudolph'
    €2.34

    Out of stock

    Extra-Early Purple Sprouting 'Rudolph' is bred to perform well in the September to February period but is at its best from November to February. With medium to large, deep purple, succulent spears that have outstanding flavour, team with Cardinal for a longer harvest period.

  8. Italian Green Sprouting Calabrese is a lovely, old fashioned Broccoli variety

    Broccoli 'Italian Green Sprouting' Organic

    Green Sprouting Broccoli
    Heritage (1918)
    €2.10
    This lovely, old fashioned Broccoli variety is a very disease resistant, very hardy and very prolific producer of large dark green heads. Italian Green Sprouting Broccoli is very easy to grow and will produce a number of good-size side shoots once the initial head is harvested.
  9. Broccoli 'Late Purple Sprouting Cardinal'
    €2.34

    Out of stock

    Late Purple Sprouting 'Cardinal' is our latest cropping variety for harvest late March to May. Heavy cropping, it produces medium large deep purple spears with excellent flavour on large framed uniform plants. Team with extra early sprouting varieties for an extended harvesting period.
  10. One of the best ways to enjoy Kailan is to cook it Hong Kong Style, topped with a little oyster sauce.

    Broccoli Kailan 'Kichi'

    Chinese Broccoli, Hon Tsai Tai
    €1.80

    Kailan is a fantastic vegetable chimera - the florets of broccoli, the stems of asparagus, and leaves like tender collard greens. 'Kichi' is a uniform variety with large blue green waxy leaves and excellent stem and bud eating quality. It has a mild flavour and, best of all can be harvested in only eight weeks.

  11. Broccoli raab, Rapini, Cima di Rapa

    Broccoli raab, Rapini, Cima di Rapa

    Broccoli Rabe, Broccoli di Rape, Rappi, Friariell
    Heritage (Italian 1930's)
    €1.50

    Flourishing famously in Mediterranean and Chinese cultures, elsewhere Raab is still a bit of a curiosity. Easy and fast growing, it can be useful as it comes ready when ordinary broccoli isn't available, but this isn't just a replacement for broccoli, it is a great vegetable in its own right.

  12. Ironman is a very popular variety with home and market gardeners and is the most widely grown commercial broccoli.

    Broccoli, Calabrese, 'Ironman F1'

    Green Broccoli, Heading Broccoli
    €2.70

    A vast improvement on the older varieties. Calabrese Ironman F1 possesses the usual advantages of a hybrid - vigorous habit with excellent uniformity and high yields of larger than normal heads. Producing excellent quality, uniform dense heads and a very good dome shape. Harvest late June to November.

  13. Calabrese Marathon F1 produces medium size, uniform, dense heads on sturdy plants that will grow well in almost any soil and under any conditions.

    Broccoli, Calabrese, 'Marathon F1'

    Green Broccoli, Heading Broccoli
    €2.34

    Out of stock

    Calabrese 'Marathon F1' has really set the standard for performance, yield and quality. It produces medium size, uniform, dense heads of bluish-green 'beads' on sturdy plants that will grow well in almost any soil and under any conditions. This versatile variety can be used for both summer and autumn crops.
  14. Broccoli Calabrese ‘Waltham’ was launched in 1950. It has been a favorite ever since. Organic Seeds

    Broccoli, Calabrese, 'Waltham' Organic

    Green Broccoli, Heading Broccoli
    Heritage (1950)
    €1.86
    Developed to withstand the cold of autumn and launched in 1950 ‘Waltham’ has been a favourite ever since. This green Calabrese type produces high yields on compact plants over a long autumn cropping period. Waltham is well known for its fine dark blue-green main head, but also for its exceptional side shoots. Organic Seed.
  15. Calabrese 'Zen F1'  matures after 90 to 100 days and crops best in autumn after planting out in June.

    Broccoli, Calabrese, 'Zen F1'

    Green Broccoli, Heading Broccoli
    €2.28

    Out of stock

    Calabrese ‘F1 Zen’ is a popular variety that produces well structured, high domed, dark green heads which shed rain well. This midseason variety has some downy mildew resistance. It matures after approximately 90 to 100 days and crops best in autumn after planting out in June.

  16. Burdock 'Takinogawa', Organic

    Burdock 'Takinogawa', Organic

    Burdock Root, Gobo
    €1.98

    Out of stock

    Regarded as both a nutritious vegetable and curative medicinal, the Burdock root is widely used in all sorts of cuisines from the classic English summer drink to the classic Japanese 'Kinpira'. Seeds can be also sprouted like bean sprouts; nothing goes to waste with this plant. Organic Seeds
  17. Burdock Takinogawa 'Gobo'

    Burdock Takinogawa 'Gobo'

    Burdock Root, Gobo
    €1.50

    Regarded as both a nutritious vegetable and curative medicinal, the Burdock root is widely used in all sorts of cuisines from the classic English summer drink to the classic Japanese 'Kinpira'. Seeds can be also sprouted like bean sprouts; nothing goes to waste with this plant.

  18. Cabbage 'Brunswick'

    Cabbage 'Brunswick'

    Autumn to Winter Cabbage.
    €1.74

    Cabbage Brunswick is a fine flavoured, popular old variety. Cold hardy and drought tolerant It can be sown early and grown to huge proportions but is more usually sown in March to May for harvesting August to October. Used in soups or stews, made into sauerkraut or coleslaw.

  19. A cultivar with a beautiful conical shape and sweet compact heart, and looking at its glorious shape ‘Ox Heart’ is the perfect name for it

    Cabbage 'Cuor di Bue Grosso'

    Early Autumn. Sweetheart Cabbage ‘Ox Heart’
    Heritage (Italian)
    €1.80

    Not all cabbages have the round shape that we usually find on the market. Cuor di Bue Grosso, literally translated means ‘Large Heart of the Ox’, a cultivar with a beautiful conical shape, large, firm, pointed hearts and sweet compact heart, and looking at its glorious shape ‘Ox Heart’ is the perfect name for it

  20. Cabbage 'Advantage F1' can be sown March through to September for summer and autumn crops, and sown in October to overwinter.

    Cabbage 'F1 Advantage'

    Sweetheart Cabbage
    €2.34

    Out of stock

    Cabbage ‘Advantage F1’ is an enormously versatile new variety, suitable for providing both spring greens or hearted spring cabbage and summer cabbage. Sow March to September for summer and autumn crops, and October to overwinter.
  21. Appropriately named, Greyhound is one of the earliest summer cabbages and a reliable old favorite.

    Cabbage 'Greyhound'

    Summer. Pointed, York or Sweetheart Cabbage
    €1.86
    Appropriately named, Greyhound is one of the earliest summer cabbages and a reliable old favorite. Very fast growing with a yield of mild flavoured tender juicy hearts. Well suited to successional sowing. Sow from February to July, crops will be ready for cutting from June to October.
  22. With their characteristic blue-green leaf colour, January King is one of the best varieties for winter use.

    Cabbage 'January King No 3'

    Winter Cabbage
    Heritage variety (French 1800's)
    €1.98

    Out of stock

    Cabbage 'January King' is one of the best varieties for winter use. With their characteristic blue-green leaf colour with a red tinge they are well adapted, withstanding frost and winter rain and remain crisp and crunchy with excellent colour.
  23. Caraway, Carum carvi

    Caraway, Carum carvi

    Meridian Fennel or Persian Cumin
    €1.50

    Out of stock

    Caraway is an incredibly useful plant. The seeds are used as a culinary spice and for medicinal purposes, the leaves can be eaten in salads and the roots cooked as a root vegetable. With feathery, delicate foliage the plant is lovely in the garden border and is a very useful companion plant in the vegetable garden.

  24. ‘Amsterdam Forcing 2’ is a high quality variety which produces uniform, cylindrical, blunt tipped baby carrots

    Carrot 'Amsterdam Forcing 2'

    Forcing, Early & Successional
    €1.86

    Out of stock

    Amsterdam Forcing 2’ is a high quality variety which produces uniform, cylindrical baby carrots with a rich deep orange red colour and almost no core. Fast to grow and one of the earliest to mature. Ideal for early forcing and for successional planting.

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