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  1. Good King Henry

    Good King Henry

    Chenopodium bonus-henricus (An Ancient Crop)
    Poor-man's Asparagus, Lincolnshire Spinach.
    $1.75

    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.

  2. 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.
    $2.52
    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.
  3. 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
    $1.75

    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.

  4. Red Russian is one of the most tender kales with a sweeter taste than most traditional varieties

    Kale 'Red Russian'

    Russian or Siberian Kale, Ragged Jack
    Heritage variety (Pre 1885, reintroduced 1977)
    $1.75

    With deeply cut, slate green oak-like leaves ‘Red Russian’ is one of the tenderest and sweetest kales available. Sow under cover in autumn for baby leaves after four to six weeks, or directly outdoors for over-wintering. This hardy crop can provide nutritious leaves even in the depths of winter.

  5. Kale 'Thousand Head' is a plain-leaved variety which is extremely reliable and particularly winter hardy.

    Kale 'Thousand Head'

    Thousand Headed Borecole
    $1.75

    Kale 'Thousand Head' is a plain-leaved variety which is extremely reliable and prolific. It is particularly winter hardy and consequently a popular product with growers in northern areas. There is none of the heartache of seeing all one’s hard work destroyed by a sharp and prolonged frost.

  6. Kale, Cavolo Nero 'Black Magic'

    Kale, Cavolo Nero 'Black Magic'

    Black Cabbage, Tuscan Kale, Borecole
    Heritage (Italian pre 1879)
    $3.15

    Kale 'Black Magic' is an improved Italian Black Kale, bred to be more tender with better flavour. The winter hardy plants more cold tolerant, vigorous and slower-to-bolt than other Italian kales. They form an easy-to-harvest rosette of very dark, savoyed leaves with a flavour that is rich and mild.

  7. 'Jagallo Nero' is a cut leaf form of Cavolo Nero, the more familiar Italian black cabbage.

    Kale, Cavolo Nero 'Jagallo Nero'

    Cut Leaf Black Cabbage, Borecole
    $1.75

    'Jagallo Nero' is a cut leaf form of Cavolo Nero, the more familiar Italian black cabbage. The deeply indented, blue-grey leaves combine a delicate cabbage flavour with a crunchy texture. Suitable for baby salad leaf and ideal for winter salads.

  8. Until recently Cavolo Nero, or 'Tuscan Kale', was one of Italy's best kept secrets.

    Kale, Cavolo Nero 'Nero de Toscana'

    Black Cabbage, Tuscan Kale, Borecole
    Heritage (Italian pre 1879)

    Until recently Cavolo Nero, or 'Tuscan Kale', was one of Italy's best kept secrets. Simply adored, especially in the north of Italy, it has been an essential fare of traditional dishes for centuries. Cavolo Nero can now be found in garden markets, specialist greengrocers and trendy restaurants throughout Europe.

  9. Until recently Cavolo Nero, or 'Tuscan Kale', was one of Italy's best kept secrets.

    Kale, Cavolo Nero 'Nero de Toscana' Organic

    Black Cabbage, Tuscan Kale, Borecole
    Heritage (Italian pre 1879)
    $2.59
    Simply adored, especially in the north of Italy, Cavolo Nero is an extremely cold hardy kale that will tolerate conditions that would make most brassicas keel over. Thank heavens we have finally managed to locate Organic Seeds!
  10. ‘Azure Star’ is a highly regarded purple kohlrabi from Europe, considered to be one of the finest.
    $2.45
    ‘Azure Star’ is a highly regarded purple kohlrabi from Europe, considered to be one of the finest. It is the earliest blue-leaved, purple Kohlrabi and is also the most delicious. Raw or cooked, it is superb eating, Azure Star sets a new standard for excellence. Organic Seed.
  11.  Kohl Rabi 'Logo' can be harvested when small, for use as a baby vegetable or grated on salads. The leaves are also edible.

    Kohl Rabi 'Noriko' Organic

    White or Green Kohlrabi
    $2.45
    Kohl Rabi 'Noriko' is a pale green skinned variety of Kohl Rabi. This bolt resistant variety produces uniform plants of high quality for May to October production. Logo can be harvested when small for use as a baby vegetable or grated on salads. The leaves are also edible. Organic Seed.
  12. Kohl Rabi 'Delicacy Purple'

    Kohl Rabi 'Delicacy Purple'

    Purple Kohlrabi
    $1.75

    'Delicacy Purple' is much improved over the previous Vienna varieties, producing a crop that is slightly more tender and with more flavour, it has good standing ability, is low growing and matures quickly, progressing from sowing to harvesting in a couple of months.

  13. Kohlrabi Delicacy White producies pale green globe shaped roots with a crisp white flesh.

    Kohl Rabi 'Delicacy White'

    White or Green Kohlrabi
    $1.75

    'Delicacy White' is much improved over the previous Vienna varieties, producing pale green globe shaped roots with a crisp white flesh.Sow from late February to the end of August for a continuous supply. “Delicacy White” is an ideal companion to “Delicacy Purple” as it matures a little earlier.

  14. Kohl Rabi ‘F1 Ballot’ is an early maturing purple variety. With round shaped stems and good quality, delicate flesh, it is resistant to bolting, stem splitting and lignification.

    Kohl Rabi 'F1 Ballot'

    Purple Kohlrabi
    $3.01

    Kohl Rabi ‘F1 Ballot’ is an early maturing purple variety. With round shaped stems and good quality, delicate flesh, it is resistant to bolting, stem splitting and lignification. Ballot is an F1 hybrid with good quality, delicate flesh; they are juicy, sweet and crunchy. Time to maturity is typically 75 to 80 days.

  15.  Kohl Rabi ‘F1 Korfu’ is a light green skinned variety. This versatile hybrid is suitable for both forcing and for year round field production. It can be planted under cover for extra-early harvesting.

    Kohl Rabi 'F1 Korfu'

    White or Green Kohlrabi
    $3.01

    Kohl Rabi ‘F1 Korfu’ is a light green skinned variety. This versatile hybrid is suitable for both forcing and for year round field production. It can be planted under cover for extra-early harvesting. This slow-bolting, quick maturing variety is highly resistant to stem splitting, lignification and over-enlargement.

  16. Lemon Grass 'East Indian'

    Lemon Grass 'East Indian'

    Lemon Grass, Cochin Grass or Malabar Grass
    $1.75

    Lemon grass is widely used as a herb in Asian and Caribbean cooking. It has a citrus flavour and can be dried and powdered, or used fresh. It is commonly used in teas, soups, and curries and is also suitable for poultry, fish, and seafood.

  17. 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.

  18. 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.

  19. 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
    $1.89

    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.

  20. 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
    $2.59
    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
  21. Salsify may be a chic new vegetable with the foodie crowd but it just happens to be an old-fashioned heritage root crop.
    $1.75

    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'.

  22. 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
    $1.89

    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.

  23. Scorzonera is a root vegetable with an awkward name and an ugly appearance but with a delicious oyster-like flavour.
    $1.75

    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.

  24. 'Strawberry Spinach' also known as 'Strawberry Sticks' is a curious plant that is enjoying something of a resurgence,

    Strawberry Spinach, 'Strawberry Sticks'

    Strawberry Sticks, Beetberry, Strawbini
    $2.45

    'Strawberry Spinach' or 'Strawberry Sticks' is a curious plant that is enjoying something of a resurgence, The berries make a colourful and edible accent in the garden and in salads and the greens are deliciously edible in salads or as a pot herb.

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