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  1. Radish 'Rainbow Mixed'

    Radish 'Rainbow Mixed'

    Globe Radish
    €1.50

    Quick to grow and beautiful to look at, Radish 'Rainbow Mixed' is a visually stunning selection of coloured-skinned radishes. A very exciting sight to see when picked and an excellent choice for salads and gourmet dishes.

  2. This dramatic, magenta-skinned variety is quick to mature and makes a delightful presentation on the plate.

    Radish 'Viola'

    Globe Radish
    €1.85

    Not your average radish, Radish ‘Viola’ is one of the jewels of veg patch. This dramatic, magenta-skinned variety is quick to mature and makes a delightful presentation on the plate. High yielding in limited space, they can be grown wherever there is sun and moist, fertile soil, even on the smallest city lot.

  3. Radish 'White Hailstone'

    Radish 'White Hailstone'

    White Globe Radish
    €1.60

    Radish 'White Hailstone' is a brilliant white, sweet, white globe radish. Especially crisp, tender and with a mild flavour that keeps well once pulled. not too spicy and stay mild even as they grow larger.

  4. Radish 'Zlata', meaning Gold, produces plum shaped  roots with a skin that is golden yellow,

    Radish 'Zlata'

    Globe Radish
    €1.50

    This unique and unusual variety of radish is native to Poland. 'Zlata', meaning Gold, it produces plum shaped roots with a skin that is golden yellow, while the inner flesh is bright white. Crunchy, juicy, and a little spicy, the roots are resistant to cracking and bolting without being too strong.

  5. Radish ‘China Rose’ produces long, tapering roots with attractive rosy pink skins and crisp, pure white flesh.

    Radish ‘China Rose’

    Heritage variety. (China, Introduced 1850)
    €1.75

    Radish ‘China Rose’ is a traditional winter hardy variety that produces long, tapering roots with attractive rosy pink skins and crisp, pure white flesh. Its cylindrical roots grow 15 to 20cm long and add flavour to winter salads. The leaves can also be added to salads and stir fries.

  6. The Minowase is the finest radish variety for summer to autumn harvest.

    Radish, Daikon 'Minowase Summer Cross'

    Mooli, Asiatic or Oriental Radish
    €2.45

    Out of stock

    The Minowase is the finest daikon radish variety for summer to autumn harvest. Sown from mid June to mid July, it can be harvested during cooler weather until the first mild frosts. They store beautifully and excel in stir-fries and roasts, the flesh is tender, buttery, and mild.

  7. The root of Root Parsley Hamburg can be left in the ground all winter and dug up as and when your Sunday roast requires.

    Root Parsley, Hamburg 'Berliner' Organic

    Dutch Rooted Parsnip, Halflange
    Heritage (Germany 16th C.)
    €2.10
    Hamburg Parsley 'Berliner' has edible large flat, parsley-like leaves but should not be confused with common curly parsley or Italian flat leaf parsley, as neither produce edible roots. It is a specific variety grown for as a root vegetable rather than an herbaceous green. Organic Seeds.
  8. The root of Root Parsley Hamburg can be left in the ground all winter and dug up as and when your Sunday roast requires.

    Root Parsley, Hamburg 'Half-Long'

    Dutch Rooted Parsnip, Halflange
    Heritage (Germany 16th C.)
    €1.50

    Root Parsley Hamburg is an off-beat, dual purpose vegetable that deserves to be better known. The root can be left in the ground all winter and dug up as and when your Sunday roast requires and the luxury of having plenty of leaves to snip from the garden in winter can’t be overstated.

  9. 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'.

  10. Scorzonera is a root vegetable with an awkward name and an ugly appearance but with a delicious oyster-like flavour.
    €1.85

    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
  11. F1 Swede 'F1 Tweed' has been bred for its uniform, globe shaped roots and vigorous growth

    Swede 'Tweed F1'

    Purple Top Rutabaga, Tumshie, Neep, Snadgies
    €2.80

    Out of stock

    Tweed is the first F1 Swede variety, bred for its uniform, globe shaped roots and vigorous growth. Its fondness for less fertile soil and resistance to club root make it a perfect variety for successful growing at home. Very appealing with purple shoulders and lovely creamy flesh, it is ideal for a late autumn harvest.

  12. Swede Wilhelmsburger is considered to have the best table quality and to be the most refined in terms of taste.

    Swede 'Wilhelmsburger'

    Green Top Rutabaga, Tumshie, Neep, Snadgies
    Heritage (Germany 1935)
    €1.50

    Out of stock

    This heirloom variety has been long favoured in the local markets of Germany and Northern Europe. Swede Wilhelmsburger is a “green top”, a variety that is considered to have the best table quality and to be the most refined in terms of taste. RHS AGM
  13. The Yellow Friesian produces buttery yellow, globe shaped roots with deep purple tops with a good sweet taste.

    Swede 'Yellow Friesian' Organic

    Purple Top Rutabaga, Tumshie, Neep, Snadgies
    €2.30
    In the past swede has been undervalued but recently this crop is going through a mini revival. The 'Yellow Friesian' swede is suitable for both maincrop and late production, it produces buttery yellow, globe shaped roots with deep purple tops, they have excellent flesh quality and a good sweet taste. Organic Seeds
  14. Turnip 'Goldana'

    Turnip 'Goldana'

    Gold Turnip. Heritage (France pre 1888).
    €2.00

    Turnip ‘Goldana’ is an improved version of the popular turnip Golden Ball. A maincrop variety that produces uniform round golden roots with tender creamy-yellow flesh. They are much sweeter than regular turnips with an excellent flavour. They can be harvested as a mini-veg or left to mature.

  15. Turnip 'Goldana'  is a maincrop variety that produces uniform round golden roots with tender creamy-yellow flesh.

    Turnip 'Goldana' Organic

    Gold Turnip. Heritage (France pre 1888).
    €2.35
    Turnip ‘Goldana’ is an improved version of the popular turnip Golden Ball. A maincrop variety that produces uniform round golden roots with tender creamy-yellow flesh. They are much sweeter than regular turnips with an excellent flavour. They can be harvested as a mini-veg or left to mature. Organic Seeds
  16. Turnip 'Purple Top Milan' is a classic Italian heirloom variety and is still as popular as ever.

    Turnip 'Purple Top Milan'

    Red Top Turnip. Heritage (Italy pre 1888).
    €1.75

    Purple Top Milan is a classic Italian heirloom variety and is still as popular as ever. Highly ornamental, it has smooth creamy-white flat roots with bright purple shoulders and pure white flesh. A strap-leaved variety, quick to mature and early cropping, it is an ideal 'catch crop' between slower growing vegetables.

  17. Turnip Purple Top Milan is now available in Organic form.

    Turnip 'Purple Top Milan' Organic

    Red Top Turnip. Heritage (Italy pre 1888).
    €2.00
    Introduced before 1888 Purple Top Milan has smooth creamy-white flat roots with bright purple shoulders and pure white flesh of choice quality. Quick to mature and early cropping, it is an ideal 'catch crop' between slower growing vegetables. Organic Seed.
  18. Turnip Snowball. With pure white flesh as its name suggests, Snowball is superb for both table and exhibition.

    Turnip 'Snowball'

    Japanese Type. Heritage (Pre 1885)
    €2.00

    Recommended by the N.I.A.B, Turnip ‘Snowball’ is a very popular first-class, globe variety with solid flesh and a juicy, sweet, mild flavour. They are a fast crop, being ready in just five to eight weeks from sowing. With pure white flesh as its name suggests, Snowball is superb for both table and exhibition.

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