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  1. Kale 'Red Ruble' is a red, Russian-type kale that has been specially bred for the salad leaf market.

    Kale 'Red Ruble'

    Russian or Siberian Kale, Ragged Jack
    €1.50

    Kale 'Red Ruble' is a red, Russian-type kale that has been specially bred for the salad leaf market. Its beautiful wine-red serrated foliage makes a quick growing colourful tasty salad leaf. Grown year-round on a windowsill and picked young and small, they can be added to lettuces to make your own mesclun mix.

  2.  Kale 'Kapral' is a medium early variety with dark green leaves that are heavily blistered and very curly.

    Kale 'Kapral'

    Curly Kale, Scotch Kale, Borecole
    €1.50

    The thing I love about kale the most is not its superfood qualities, its lovely bright green leaves or the sweet cabbagey taste. I love kale simply because it is there when I need it. Kale Kapral is a medium early variety. Tremendously hardy, it will defy anything that winter can conjure up.

  3. Humulus lupulus 'Hops'
    €1.74

    Humulus lupulus, is a climbing hardy herbaceous perennial. The Hops are actually the female flower cones or 'strobiles' of the plant. Hops are used as a sedative and relaxant, sleeping on a pillow filled with hops is said to help insomnia. Leaves and shoots are eaten either cooked or in salads, the flavour is said to be delicious.

  4. 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.
    €2.16

    Out of stock

    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.
  5. Good King Henry

    Good King Henry

    Chenopodium bonus-henricus (An Ancient Crop)
    Poor-man's Asparagus, Lincolnshire Spinach.
    €1.50

    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.

  6. 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
    €1.14

    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.

  7. 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
    €2.94

    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.

  8. Cress: Watercress

    Cress: Watercress

    European watercress.
    €1.50

    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.

  9. Crambe maritima 'Lilywhite'

    Crambe maritima 'Lilywhite'

    Seakale, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    Ancient Crop.
    €2.58

    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.
  10. Corn Salad, Lambs Lettuce 'Verte de Cambrai'

    Corn Salad, Lambs Lettuce 'Verte de Cambrai'

    Mâche, Lambs Tongue
    Heritage variety (French)
    €1.50

    Corn Salad 'Verte de Cambrai' is a traditional old French variety, the compact plants have good colour and small leaf shape. It is among the softest and most tender of all greens, the leaves have a sweet buttery flavour which almost melt in the mouth.

  11. This tasty vegetable has succulent leaves which are a staple ingredient for winter salads; they can also be cooked like spinach.
    €1.38
    Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit, 'Coquille de Louvier' is an especially cold tolerant refined French cultivar. The long, oval, green leaves are never bitter, with a unique, nutty, delicate, sweet buttery flavour which compliments stronger, tart greens in salad mixes.
  12. Vit is an easy to grow, vigorous variety for spring and autumn crops.
    €1.62
    In France this humble plant is called la mâche and enjoys an elevated gourmet status. Vit is an easy to grow, vigorous variety. Mildew-resistant with long, oval, glossy green leaves with a tender, delicate nutty, minty flavour. Organic Seed.
  13. Vit is an easy to grow, vigorous variety for spring and autumn crops.

    Corn Salad, Lamb's Lettuce 'Vit'

    Mâche, Lambs Tongue
    €1.50

    Out of stock

    Vit is an easy to grow, vigorous variety for spring and autumn crops. This French variety is mildew-resistant with long, oval, glossy green leaves which form a heavy bunch, They have a tender, delicate nutty, minty flavour. An excellent winter gap filler, both in the vegetable garden and at the dining table.

  14. To the organic gardener, Comfrey is invaluable. It’s easy to grow, easy to use and incredibly beneficial to the garden.

    Comfrey, Symphytum officinale, Organic

    Knitbone, Bruisewort, Healing herb, Miracle herb.
    €2.52

    Out of stock

    To the organic gardener, Comfrey is invaluable. It’s easy to grow, easy to use and incredibly beneficial to the garden. Used to make organic liquid feed, it is especially valuable on crops that benefit from high doses of potassium. Organic Seed.

  15. Comfrey, Symphytum officinale

    Comfrey, Symphytum officinale

    Knitbone, Bruisewort, Healing herb, Miracle herb.
    €1.74

    To the organic gardener, Comfrey is invaluable. It’s easy to grow, easy to use and incredibly beneficial to the garden. Leaves can be used as a top dressing or chopped and mixed with leaf mould to make a base for potting compost. You can make your own organic liquid feed or use as a compost activator.

  16. 'Variegata di Castelfranco' has a fresh and a delicate taste that is sweet to pleasantly bitter and a crisp texture that makes this chicory so special.

    Chicory, Radicchio 'Variegata di Castelfranco'

    Chicory / Radicchio, Late variety.
    Heritage (Italian 18th C.)
    €1.74

    ‘Variegata di Castelfranco’ has a beautiful form with wavy leaves that are flecked with purple. It is one of the hardiest and easiest to grow at any time in the year. Traditionally sown in mid to late summer, the harvest begins in December and lasts well into winter.

  17. Highly prized, this flavoursome late variety is grown in the Treviso area in winter.

    Chicory, Radicchio 'Rossa di Treviso'

    Chicory / Radicchio, Early variety.
    Heritage (Italian 18th C.)

    The classic tall Italian radicchio. Upright with red and white striped leaves with large pure white stems. Highly prized, this flavoursome early variety is grown in the Treviso area in winter and is eaten, root and all, simply pan fried or grilled. It has high resistance to cold.

  18. Palla Rossa 3 is a premium Italian selection and the deepest red in colour.
    €1.86
    'Palla Rossa 3' from Chioggia in Italy, is known for its compactness, size and flavour. A very reliable radicchio, it is fairly easy to grow in that it consistently forms nice heads, yet can also be forced. It has probably the greatest colour contrast of the red radicchios.
  19. “Palla Rossa 3” from Chioggia in Italy, is a very reliable radicchio.
    Italian Chicory, or Radicchio 'Palla Rosso' from Chioggia in Italy is a reliable radicchio that forms a gorgeous, firm, round, dark-red and white head which appears like a jewel when you pull aside the tattered clump of outside green leaves.
  20. Chicory, Belgian Endive 'Brussels Witloof'

    Chicory, Belgian Endive 'Brussels Witloof'

    Perle du Nord.
    Heritage (Belgium 18th C.)

    Famous for the forced, blanched heads or ‘chichons’ that are loved by gourmets Chicory 'Brussels Witloof' is the traditional finely-textured variety used for forcing. With a delicious, tangy, unique flavour, it is very easy to grow and produces one of the finest tasting winter vegetables.

  21. "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.

  22.  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)
    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.
  23. “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.

  24. Cabbage 'Violaceo di Verona' is a cross between a savoy and a white cabbage, with dark green and violet leaves.

    Cabbage 'Violaceo di Verona'

    Savoy and white cabbage cross.
    Heritage (Italy 1900's)
    €1.74

    Out of stock

    Cabbage 'Violaceo di Verona' is a winter Savoy cabbage from Northern Italy. A cross between a savoy and a white cabbage, with dark green and violet leaves. Frost hardy and and long standing it can be harvested from July until mid-winter with successional sowings.

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