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  1. Purslane 'Golden Purslane'

    Purslane 'Golden Purslane'

    Summer Purslane, Garden purslane.
    Ancient Crop. In use since the 1600's

    Summer Purslane was highly esteemed and cultivated in Europe as far back as the Middle Ages, but is now cultivated only for specialised connoisseurs.This wonderfully succulent and cooling herb has tangy leaves make a very nice contrast, in texture as well as taste to other salad leaves.

  2. Purslane 'Green Purslane'

    Purslane 'Green Purslane'

    Summer Purslane, Garden purslane.
    Ancient Crop. In use since the 1600's

    This highly esteemed ancient crop can be used raw in salads, sautéed as a side dish or cooked like spinach. Summer Purslane has a crispy texture you would expect from a succulent and an interesting nutty, peppery flavour. It is salty on the tongue.

  3. This is an incredibly succulent, melt-in-your-mouth raw salad green that has recently gained popularity in the gourmet greens world; attracting both world class organic growers and chefs.

    Purslane, Claytonia 'Winter Purslane'

    Miner's Lettuce, Indian Lettuce
    €1.62

    This incredibly succulent, melt-in-your-mouth raw salad green has recently gained popularity in the gourmet greens world, attracting both world class growers and chefs. Best used fresh and tiny, these elegant leaves bring a rich, tart-creaminess to delicate, micro-green salads.

  4. This is an incredibly succulent, melt-in-your-mouth raw salad green that has recently gained popularity in the gourmet greens world; attracting both world class organic growers and chefs.

    Purslane, Claytonia 'Winter Purslane' Organic

    Miner's Lettuce, Indian Lettuce
    €2.22
    Miner’s Lettuce may not sound like the most appetising of edibles. But if you were a miner during the California Gold Rush, the sight of these plants emerging from the soft soil would have been as welcome as a plethora of gold nuggets. It appears in the early spring, when you are hungry for something fresh, the winter crops are quite exhausted but the lettuces aren’t quite ready. Organic Seeds
  5. Pycnanthemum pilosum 'Mountain Mint'

    Pycnanthemum pilosum 'Mountain Mint'

    American Mountain Mint
    €1.86

    This attractive plant will be equally at home in the flower border or keeping company with the sage and thyme in your herb garden. Delightfully aromatic, the floral-peppermint scent is subtly different from other mints. Mountain mint is a great nectar plant, its honey is much sought after.

  6. Rhubarb Champagne is easy to grow, reliable and early. It is one of the best varieties for both experienced and new gardeners.

    Rhubarb 'Champagne'

    English Rhubarb, Garden Rhubarb.
    €1.74

    Out of stock

    Though an old variety, Rhubarb Champagne is easy to grow, reliable and early. It is one of the best varieties for both experienced and new gardeners. It is a popular mid season variety producing long scarlet stems that have a deliciously sweet taste and a flavour described as ‘winey'.

  7. Glaskin's Perpetual was first raised in Brighton and listed in 1920 as “garden rhubarb”.

    Rhubarb 'Glaskins Perpetual'

    Garden Rhubarb, English Rhubarb.
    Heritage variety (English 1920's)
    €1.50

    Out of stock

    Glaskin's Perpetual was first raised in Brighton and produces large, long stemmed, bright red stalks which are juicy and hold good flavour. Very reliable and quick to establish, it is the only rhubarb that can be harvested late in the season (hence the "Perpetual"). Excellent for tarts, pies, jam, wine, forcing etc.

  8. Rhubarb Victoria is one of the easiest Rhubarbs to raise from seed and can usually start to be harvested one year after sowing.

    Rhubarb 'Victoria'

    English Rhubarb, Garden Rhubarb.
    Heritage (English 1837) aka 'Queen Victoria'
    €1.50

    Rhubarb Victoria was introduced by Joseph Myatt of Deptford in 1837. It is one of the easiest to raise from seed and can usually start to be harvested one year after sowing. It produces sweet, juicy, medium sized green stalks with green-red leaves. A popular forcing variety being extremely productive for years.

  9. Rhubarb Victoria is one of the easiest Rhubarbs to raise from seed and can usually start to be harvested one year after sowing.

    Rhubarb 'Victoria' Organic

    English Rhubarb, Garden Rhubarb.
    Heritage (English 1837) aka 'Queen Victoria'
    €2.22

    Out of stock

    Rhubarb Victoria is one of the easiest Rhubarbs to raise from seed and can usually start to be harvested one year after sowing. Producing sweet, juicy, medium sized green stalks, it is a popular variety being extremely productive for years. Organic Seed.
  10. 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!

  11. Wild rocket is gaining in popularity; it has narrower and more deeply divided, aromatic leaves than the annual variety.

    Rocket, 'Wild Rocket' Organic

    Arugula, Roquette, Rucola, Rugula
    Ancient Crop. True wild variety
    €1.50

    Out of stock

    'Wild' Rocket, also known as perennial rocket has a more intense flavour than annual varieties and can be grown outdoors all year round. Suitable to container growing, use as a baby leaf in salad mixes. It can be 'cut and come again' two to three times. Organic Seed.
  12. Rocket, Salad Rocket 'Pronto'

    Rocket, Salad Rocket 'Pronto'

    Cultivated Rocket,
    Arugula, Roquette, Rucola, Rugula

    Rocket 'Pronto' is a very attractive and fast growing salad rocket. A clear improvement to regular varieties, the highly serrated leaves resemble the shape of wild rocket yet are mildly spicy with a nutty, light peppery flavour. Ideal as a bed for seafood and it also makes a wonderful salad on its own.

  13. This variety of edible Rocket has been named after the Galileo In-Orbit Validation Element.

    Rocket, Wild Rocket 'Giove'

    Arugula, Roquette, Rucola, Rugula
    €1.62

    GIOVE, the Galileo In-Orbit Validation Element are the satellites that test technology in orbit for the Galileo positioning system, while Rocket ‘Giove’ is a new wild rocket variety that has been bred for flavour. Bolt-resistant, hardy with a distinctive flavour, I am sure Galileo would have approved of this new variety.

  14. 'Olive Leaf' is an excellent selection of the traditional Italian olive leaf wild rocket.

    Rocket, Wild Rocket 'Olive Leaf'

    A Foglia Di Olivo, Wild Rocket
    Roquette, Rucola, Rugula
    €1.50

    Relatively unknown to our shores, Rocket ‘Olive Leaf’ is an excellent selection of the traditional Italian olive leaf wild rocket. With a beautiful light green colour and smooth shape similar to an olive leaf, this perennial form has a distinctive aroma and flavour that is more subtle than the usual wild rockets.

  15. 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
    €1.74

    Out of stock

    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.

  16. Cut sprigs of rosemary and place with roasted meats, especially lamb, pork, chicken and turkey.
    €1.56

    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.

  17. Cut sprigs of rosemary and place with roasted meats, especially lamb, pork, chicken and turkey.
    €1.86

    Out of stock

    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.
  18. 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.

  19. Organic Sage.

    Sage, Salvia officinalis. Organic

    Common, Kitchen, Garden Sage
    €1.80
    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.
  20. 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.

  21. Scorzonera is a root vegetable with an awkward name and an ugly appearance but with a delicious oyster-like flavour.
    €1.86
    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
  22. French or Buckler-leaf sorrel has much smaller leaves and a slightly milder flavour than the broad leaf form.

    Sorrel 'De Belleville' French Sorrel

    French Sorrel
    Heritage (French 1730's)
    €1.50

    Sorrel De Belleville is a small French cultivar. It is hardy and well-proven to be productive under almost any conditions with an excellent lemon flavour. One of the earliest green crops and embarrassingly easy to grow, it needs no attention other than when you want to eat it.

  23. The oldest cultivated sorrel still extant is ‘Belleville,’ domesticated in France during the 1730's.

    Sorrel 'De Belleville' French Sorrel, Organic

    French Sorrel
    Heritage (French 1730's)
    €1.98

    Out of stock

    Sorrel De Belleville is a small French cultivar. It is hardy and well-proven to be productive under almost any conditions with an excellent lemon flavour. One of the earliest green crops and embarrassingly easy to grow, it needs no attention other than when you want to eat it. Organic Seed.
  24. Broad Leaf Sorrel is a delightful potherb and one of nature’s most special greens.

    Sorrel, Broad Leaf Sorrel

    Garden or Common Sorrel
    Ancient Crop
    €1.14

    Out of stock

    Broad Leaf Sorrel is a delightful potherb and one of nature’s most special greens, with a tangy taste that can take your taste buds through a range of sensations. One of the earliest green crops, this hardy perennial can be harvested at baby leaf stage and is a great lettuce substitute in salads.

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