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  1. Rocket, 'Salad Rocket' Organic

    Rocket, 'Salad Rocket' Organic

    Cultivated Rocket
    Arugula, Roquette, Rucola, Rugula
    $1.75
    Cultivated Rocket, also known as arugula is a classic salad rocket, it is popular in Italy and Southern France, where it has been grown and eaten for centuries. Typically found in mesclun mixes, It is ideal as a bed for seafood but also makes a wonderful salad on its own. Organic Seed.
  2. Rocket, 'Wild Rocket'

    Rocket, 'Wild Rocket'

    Arugula, Roquette, Rucola, Rugula
    Ancient Crop. True Wild Variety

    'Wild' or 'Perennial' rocket is gaining in popularity; it has narrower and more deeply divided, aromatic leaves than the annual variety. With a sharp and clean flavour they hardly need a dressing. For restaurant quality micro-greens or pesto, use wild rocket when only the finest ingredients will do!

  3. Rocket, Salad Rocket 'Dentellata'

    Rocket, Salad Rocket 'Dentellata'

    Cultivated Rocket
    Arugula, Roquette, Rucola, Rugula
    $1.54

    'Dentellata' is a classic salad rocket with a typical wild rocket indented leaf shape. With good texture and colour it has a mild flavour. Also known as arugula, it is popular in Italy and Southern France, where it has been grown and eaten for centuries.

  4. Rocket 'Green Brigade' is a refined variety of the classic salad rocket type.

    Rocket, Salad Rocket 'Green Brigade'

    Cultivated Rocket
    Arugula, Roquette, Rucola, Rugula
    $1.82

    Rocket 'Green Brigade' is a refined variety of the classic salad rocket type. It produces thick, dark green and slightly savoyed leaves with a mild flavour and good texture. They have an oval shape when young and become indented at maturity.

  5. Rocket, Wild Rocket 'Dragons Tongue'

    Rocket, Wild Rocket 'Dragons Tongue'

    Arugula, Roquette, Rucola, Rugula
    $1.75

    Rocket ‘Dragons Tongue’ is a distinctive wild rocket variety with striking purple-red leaf veins which contrast beautifully with the dark green leaf. It is the essence of a lightly flavoured rocket – honeyed, grassy and only lightly peppery. It is something a bit little bit different for the salad bowl.

  6. Bred to be faster to mature with the typical indented leaf shape, Rocket 'Scorpion' can be can be quickly grown for micro-greens or babyleaf.

    Rocket, Wild Rocket 'Scorpion'

    Arugula, Roquette, Rucola, Rugula
    $2.03

    Bred to be faster to mature with the typical indented leaf shape, Rocket 'Scorpion' is a new wild rocket variety that packs an intense flavour and can be grown quickly for micro-greens or babyleaf. Freshly picked, it is quite a sensory experience.

  7. Reliable, vigorous and uniform Rocket 'Torino' produces deeply lobed leaves leaves continuously from spring through to autumn.

    Rocket, Wild Rocket 'Torino'

    Arugula, Roquette, Rucola, Rugula
    $2.03

    Rocket 'Torino' is a popular all season wild rocket variety. Reliable, vigorous and uniform it produces long slender, deeply lobed leaves leaves continuously from spring through to autumn. Perfect to add spice to those gourmet salads.

  8. Cut sprigs of rosemary and place with roasted meats, especially lamb, pork, chicken and turkey.
    $1.82

    Rosemary can be used for ornamental, culinary and medicinal purposes. The aromatic, evergreen shrub, native to the dry hills of southern Europe and North Africa, can be grown as a clipped hedge, along the edge of a retaining wall, pruned and shaped as topiaries and as a container patio plant.

  9. Cut sprigs of rosemary and place with roasted meats, especially lamb, pork, chicken and turkey.
    $2.17
    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.
  10. Sage is suitable for herb gardens, container gardening, perennial gardens, and cottage gardens.

    Sage, Salvia officinalis

    Common, Kitchen, Garden Sage
    $2.03

    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.

  11. Organic Sage.

    Sage, Salvia officinalis. Organic

    Common, Kitchen, Garden Sage
    $2.10
    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.
  12. Each stem is topped with a profusion of lilac-white blossoms and brilliant white bracts

    Salvia sclarea var. turkestanica 'Vatican White'

    Biennial Clary, Muscatel Sage
    $2.73

    Salvia sclarea var. turkestanica 'Vatican White' is a choice white cultivar that is not that easy to find. A nobly architectural Sage, each of its branched stems is topped with a profusion of lilac-white blossoms and brilliant white bracts. The flowers are attractive and are boosted in impact by the large petioles that surround them.

  13. A truly architectural plant with branched stems, each stem is topped with a profusion of pale blue blossoms and large pinkish white bracts,

    Salvia sclarea var. turkestanica, Clary Sage

    Biennial Clary, Muscatel Sage
    $2.03

    This hardy biennial Sage has been grown in almost every botanical sanctuary in human history and has many plus points: it grows well in poor soil resists slugs and other beasties, and doesn’t slump or need staking. It copes well in sun or light shade and the blooms are a magnet for bees and butterflies.

  14. A truly architectural plant with branched stems, each stem is topped with a profusion of pale blue blossoms and large pinkish white bracts,
    $2.73
    This hardy biennial Sage has been grown in almost every botanical sanctuary in human history. Each stem is topped with a profusion of pale blue blossoms and large pinkish white bracts. A truly architectural plant. Organic Seed.
  15. Spilanthes acmella is a unique and versatile plant that will add texture and interest to your garden.

    Spilanthes acmella

    Syn. Acmella oleracea
    Toothache Plant, Peek-A-Boo, Electric Daisy
    $1.54

    Spilanthes acmella is a unique and versatile plant that will add texture and interest to your garden. Used by herbalists, the pretty yellow and red cone-shaped flowers and leaves have properties similar to Echinacea and has numbing properties when the leaves and flowers are chewed.

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

    Squash 'Autumn Crown F1'

    'Squashkin' (Butternut x Crown Prince F1)
    $2.59

    Out of stock

    '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.

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

    Squash 'Crown Prince F1'

    Winter Squash
    $3.43
    '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.
  18. 'Hunter F1' is an early maturing Butternut Squash which has been developed to suit the UK climate.
    $2.45

    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.
  19. It is a summer-fruiting squash variety like a courgette but with the creaminess and superb flavour of a winter storing squash.

    Squash 'Rolet F1'

    Gem Squash
    $2.31

    'F1 Rolet' is a Gem type squash, small and round and about the size of a cricket ball, its deep green smooth skin sets it apart from other squashes. Early maturing and high yielding, it is very easy to cook and has a incredible nutty, warm flavour.

  20. Winter Squash “Table Ace” is one of the sweetest varieties currently available.

    Squash 'Table Star'

    Winter Squash, Acorn Squash
    $3.15

    Winter Squash 'Table Star' is one of the sweetest Acorn varieties currently available. The plants have a semi-bush habit, are early to mature and high yielding. The dark green heart shaped fruits have deep ribs on the outside and sweet golden-orange, flesh with a flavour that hints of hazelnuts and pepper.

  21. 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.

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

    Squash 'Uchiki Kuri' Organic

    Winter, Onion, Hokkaido or Potimarron Squash
    $3.29
    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.
  23. 'Waltham' is an improved version of the common Butternut squash. First bred in the 1960's they are reliable, productive and a long-keeper.
    $1.89

    'Waltham' is an improved version of the common Butternut squash. First bred in the 1960's they are reliable, productive and a long-keeper. It has very little seed cavity, thicker & straighter necks, fruits earlier, and produces more flesh per fruit.

  24. 'Waltham' is an improved version of the common Butternut squash.
    $2.17
    If you grow only one squash, grow butternut. Simple to grow and maintain in a sunny spot with fertile, well-drained soil, they can be stored for months and last all winter long giving months of great eating … even if they are beige! Organic Seed.

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