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  1. Squash 'Uchiki Kuri' is a far superior squash to pumpkin.

    Squash 'Uchiki Kuri' Organic

    Winter, Onion, Hokkaido or Potimarron Squash
    €3.20
    Most people initially grow Uchiki Kuri squash because of its similarity to the familiar pumpkin. What they will not have anticipated is finding it a far superior squash to pumpkin. If you believe that they are only fit for Halloween lanterns allow yourself to be converted. Organic Seed.
  2. Squash 'Uchiki Kuri'

    Squash 'Uchiki Kuri'

    Winter, Onion, Hokkaido or Potimarron Squash
    €2.45

    With butter-coloured flesh that is even smoother than butternut squash, this teardrop-shaped squash with an intense, sunset-coloured rind has a pronounced, distinctive chestnut flavour. Averaging 1.5 Kg, they are very early to mature and have superb storage characteristics.

  3. 'Hunter F1' is an early maturing Butternut Squash which has been developed to suit the UK climate.
    €2.70

    Out of stock

    Butternut Squash 'Hunter' has been bred in the U.K and specifically developed to give consistent results in our unreliable climate. Easy to grow and maturing up to four weeks earlier than other varieties. Each plant should produce 6 or 7 fruits of around 1kg.
  4. Winter Squash 'Honey Bear' is one of the sweetest varieties currently available.

    Squash 'F1 Honey Bear'

    Winter Squash, Acorn Squash
    €2.94

    Out of stock

    Winter Squash 'F1 Honey Bear' is a high sugar Acorn type squash. Mini-acorn fruits are just the right size halved for single servings. The compact plants have a semi-bush habit, are early to mature and high yielding. The sweet golden-orange flesh has a flavour that hints of hazelnuts and pepper.

  5. Squash 'Delica F1'

    Squash 'Delica F1'

    Japanese kabocha type squash, Aka ‘Ebisu’
    Heritage (Japan 1964's)
    €3.42

    Adaptable to many growing and soil conditions, Squash ‘Delica F1’ performs best in moderate temperatures. It consistently produces high quality, dark green striped fruit with a bright orange, creamy interior. The flesh is of excellent quality, sweet with a delicate taste of chestnut.

  6. Very reliable and productive, it is renowned for its long storage properties.

    Squash 'Crown Prince F1'

    Winter Squash
    €3.30

    Out of stock

    'F1 Crown Prince' has an impressive appearance with steel grey skin and sweet orange flesh. It is widely considered to be one of the best flavoured squashes, much prized for its dense, sweet orange flesh. Very reliable and productive it is renowned for its long storage properties.
  7. Squash 'Blue Kuri'

    Squash 'Blue Kuri'

    Japanese kabocha-type squash, Blue Hokkaido
    €3.30

    'Blue Kuri' is a traditional open pollinated Japanese squash that has lovely blue-green skin. This beautiful sweet, versatile squash matures in 95 to 110 days to a convenient 15 to 20cm in diameter. Rich, sweet and nutty, the contrast between blue rind and orange flesh looks great on the plate.

  8. Autumn Crown’is a new butternut crossed with a Winter squash, Crown Prince F1.

    Squash 'Autumn Crown F1'

    'Squashkin' (Butternut x Crown Prince F1)
    €2.70

    'F1 Autumn Crown’ is a new butternut crossed with a Winter squash, Crown Prince F1, which produces the shape of one parent and the buff colour of the other. More importantly, it has inherited early ripening from Crown Prince, setting fruits at least a month before the previously available fastest butternuts.

  9. Vivid pink tinged triangular bright green leaves with each new set of leaves blushed a shocking magenta.

    Spinach, Mexican Tree Spinach

    Micro Glitter Spinach
    €1.98

    Mexican Tree Spinach is the latest ‘new’ arrival on the veg-growing scene. With a hundred different names including 'Micro Glitter Spinach' - this is a beautiful plant to have in the garden or allotment. Vivid pink tinged triangular bright green leaves with each new set of leaves blushed a shocking magenta.

  10. Medania can either be sown in spring for a summer crop, or in the autumn for leaves to pick over winter.

    Spinach 'Medania'

    Spinach. Baby Leaf, Micro Leaf
    €1.98
    Spinach Medania is a reliable performer that is able to withstand hot, dry weather and the cool weather that comes in the beginning and the end of the growing season. Sow in spring for a summer crop, or in the autumn for leaves to pick over winter. RHS AGM.
  11.  Spinach 'F1 Rubia' is an excellent mid-green variety with distinctive red-veins.

    Spinach 'F1 Rubino'

    Baby Leaf, Micro Leaf
    €2.04

    Spinach 'F1 Rubino' is an excellent variety with distinctive red-veins. Ideal for babyleaf crops, they are just beautiful in a salad mix. Its veins glow much in the same way baby chard does but with a much milder sweeter flavour. The leaves have a buttery tenderness at baby leaf stage.

  12. Shungiku, also know as Chopsuey Greens is an easy plant to grow. The young shoots, stems and petals can be eaten.

    Shungiku, Chopsuey Greens

    Chopsuey Greens
    €1.50

    Anyone who has had the pleasure of traveling to countries such as Japan or China will appreciate the bewildering but totally delicious array of vegetables on offer there. No wonder the Japanese have no problem reaching their official recommended intake of not merely five, but 17 portions of fruit and veg per day!

  13. Shallot 'Zebrune'
    €2.94

    Shallot 'Zebrune' is a heritage variety that has recently been revived. It is very productive and has good resistance to bolting. Torpedo shaped, with superbly coloured pinky-brown skin this type are often called ‘banana’ shallots in the cookbooks, they are increasing in popularity for gourmet cooking.

  14. Scorzonera is a root vegetable with an awkward name and an ugly appearance but with a delicious oyster-like flavour.
    €1.86

    Out of stock

    Scorzonera is a root vegetable with an awkward name and an ugly appearance but with a delicious oyster-like flavour. ‘Duplex’ is a fine selection with long, truncated roots with a deep black skin. The root is considered to be finer textured, and remains so further into the winter. The plants can be also be grown for perennial greens. Organic Seeds
  15. Easy to grow, Winter Savory makes an attractive border plant for any culinary herb garden.

    Savory, Winter Savory

    Mountain Savory, Garden Savory
    €1.74

    Winter savory, the perennial savory has the same properties as its summer relative Summer savory, although it has a heavier aroma and a sharper pine type flavour. The small perennial shrubs are semi-evergreen, retaining their leaves in all but the coldest gardens and remain useful all year round.

  16. Winter savory has a heavier aroma and a sharper pine type flavour, while that of summer savory is sweeter and more delicate.

    Savory, Summer Savory, Organic

    Summer Savory, Garden Savory
    €1.74
    The leaves of Summer savory are so tender that they can be added fresh to salads or used as a garnish. Used in herb combinations it brings out the best in stews and vegetable dishes, and shines as a seasoning for roasting meats, fowl, and fish. Organic Seed.
  17. Savory, Summer Savory, 'Midget'

    Savory, Summer Savory, 'Midget'

    Summer Savory, Garden Savory
    €1.50

    Summer savory 'Midget' is a compact variety, this fast-growing annual provides an abundant supply of leaves, growing quickly to a height of about 25cm. With slender bronze green leaves and rose-white tubular flowers which bloom from July to September.

  18. Satureia montana ssp. citriodora is a lemon-scented variety of Winter Savory.

    Savory, Lemon Savory

    Mountain Savory, Garden Savory
    €1.86

    Satureia montana ssp. citriodora is a lemon-scented variety of Winter Savory from the Apennine mountains. The small perennial shrubs are semi-evergreen, they retain their aromatic, lemon scented leaves in all but the coldest gardens and remain useful all year round.

  19. Okahijiki is a bit of stunner to look at. It has vibrant green stems and that fantastic springiness that you get with succulent plants

    Salsola komarovii, Okahijiki

    Land Seaweed, Saltwort
    €1.85

    Salsola komarovii, popularly known as Okahijiki is considered to be one of Japan’s oldest vegetables. A gourmet specialty, it is found in the wild growing in salt laden coastal marshes. A first tentative taste of a sprig reveals a surprising texture, the tubular leaves and branched stems are juicy with a crisp texture and salty flavour.

  20. Salsify may be a chic new vegetable with the foodie crowd but it just happens to be an old-fashioned heritage root crop.
    €1.50

    Out of stock

    Salsify may be a chic new vegetable with the foodie crowd but it just happens to be an old-fashioned heritage root crop. This unprepossessing Mediterranean winter vegetable has a delicate taste, ever so slightly sweet, some say slightly reminiscent of oysters, so much so that it is also known as the 'oyster plant'.

  21. Burnet or Salad Burnet is one of those wonderful old-fashioned herbs, the leaves have a subtle cucumber flavour,

    Salad Burnet

    Formerly known as Sanguisorba minor
    Ancient Herb
    €1.86

    Salad Burnet is a wonderful old herb that makes a great addition to any garden. It was planted along pathways 'to perfume the air most delightfully, being trodden on and crushed', the delicate leaves have a subtle cucumber flavour and today are used in salads, as a flavouring and to add interest to cold drinks.

  22. Organic Sage.

    Sage, Salvia officinalis. Organic

    Common, Kitchen, Garden Sage
    €1.98
    Salvia officianalis, as the Latin name implies, is the original aromatic foliage used for centuries to flavour stuffing, meats and even make sage tea. of course, nothing says stuffing like good old Garden Sage. Organic Seed.
  23. Sage is suitable for herb gardens, container gardening, perennial gardens, and cottage gardens.

    Sage, Salvia officinalis

    Common, Kitchen, Garden Sage
    €1.74

    Salvia officianalis, as the Latin name implies, is the original aromatic foliage used for centuries to flavour stuffing, meats and even make sage tea. Good with cheese and is often combined with thyme and used with beans and in soups, of course, nothing says stuffing like good old Garden Sage.

  24. Cut sprigs of rosemary and place with roasted meats, especially lamb, pork, chicken and turkey.
    €2.34
    Rosemary leaves are like soft pine needles, finely chopped they can be used to flavour a variety of dishes, especially stuffing. Many cooks simply cut sprigs of rosemary and place with roasted meats, especially lamb and pork with great results. Organic Seed.

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