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  1. With spinach-like leaves and long hollow stems, almost all parts of Water Spinach are edible.

    Water Spinach, 'Ong Choy'

    Kong xin cai, Kang kong, Asagaona
    €1.98

    Chinatown's produce stands offer many items that make only fleeting seasonal appearances, often so brief that many chefs scarcely have time to figure out how to cook them properly before they disappear for another year. One example is water spinach, a common vegetable in Asian cuisine.

  2. With delicious pure white roots, Turnip Tokyo Cross are perfect at golf ball size or slightly smaller.

    Turnip 'Tokyo Cross F1'

    Japanese Turnip
    €2.22
    Tokyo Cross is an award-winning high quality turnip. Fast-growing it matures just 35 days and can be harvested anytime during growth, for small to medium size roots. Suitable for growing the garden or in containers, it produces delicious pure white roots with very smooth and sweet flesh.
  3. Known as "Tah Tsai" in China, Tatsoi or Rosette Pak Choi is among the most popular of oriental greens.

    Tatsoi, Organic

    Rosette Pak Choi, Spoon Mustard.
    €1.86

    Out of stock

    Tatsoi is suitable for both baby leaf and whole head production, it can be harvested anytime during growth, with a mild mustard flavour and good crunchy texture. It has a wide variety of culinary uses, use in salads, soups and in stir-fry. Organic Seeds.
  4. ‘F1 Kuro’ is a traditional hybrid Pak Choi and Tatsoi cross, with the traditional advantages of Pak Choi and the Tatsoi's beautiful dark green, spoon-shaped leaves.

    Tatsoi x Pak Choi 'F1 Kuro'

    Rosette Pak Choi, Spoon Mustard.
    €1.74

    No one interested in vegetable growing can fail to be inspired by the Chinese people and the diversity and productivity of their vegetables. ‘F1 Kuro’ is a traditional Pak Choi and Tatsoi cross, that produces plants with an upright habit, luminescent green flat stems and tender, dark green, thick glossy leaves.

  5. Known as "Tah Tsai" in China, Tatsoi or Rosette Pak Choi is among the most popular of oriental greens.

    Tatsoi 'Tah Tsai'

    Rosette Pak Choi, Spoon Mustard.
    €1.26

    Tatsoi or Rosette Pak Choi is among the most popular of oriental greens and one of the best vegetables to grow in a cool climate. The spoon-shaped, evenly spaced leaves form a plant worthy to be grown for its decorative value alone. Given enough room the plants will form beautiful wide rosettes of regular, concentric circles.

  6. Tatsoi 'F1 Red'

    Tatsoi 'F1 Red'

    Rosette Pak Choi, Spoon Mustard.
    €1.50

    'F1 Red' is a non-hearting oriental mustard with spoon shaped, purple green leaves which are not only full of flavour, but very tender. Mature plants exhibit a rosette of rounded, savoyed, purple green leaves. Suitable for both baby leaf and whole head production, it can be harvested anytime during growth.

  7. Mini-corn can be eaten raw in salads, lightly steamed for tender whole cobs or sliced lengthways and added to stir-fries.

    Sweetcorn 'Minipop F1'

    Miniature corn, mini-corn, baby corn, candle corn
    €2.46

    These bite-sized delicacies can be eaten raw in salads, lightly steamed for tender whole cobs or sliced length ways and added to stir-fries. Minipop F1' is a sweet and tasty variety which is very easy from seed and does not require pollination to produce delicious mini cobs.

  8. Red Veined Sorrel is valued for its pointed and bright lime-green leaves with dark red veins.
    €2.34

    Out of stock

    'Red Veined' Sorrel is valued for its pointed and bright lime-green leaves. It is one of the earliest green crops and can even withstand freezing winters. Once established, it can be treated as a 'cut and come again' crop and should produce greens for 8 to 10 years. Organic Seed.
  9. Red Veined Sorrel is valued for its pointed and bright lime-green leaves with dark red veins.

    Sorrel, Red Veined

    Bloody Sorrel
    €1.62

    Out of stock

    A most attractive selection 'Red Veined' Sorrel is valued for its pointed and bright lime-green leaves with dark red veins, and because of its low-growing habit it makes a nice border plant or garden accent. It looks right at home in a flower border or container if you don't have space for a vegetable patch.

  10. 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.

  11. Shungiku, also know as Chopsuey Greens is an easy plant to grow. The young shoots, stems and petals can be eaten.

    Shungiku, Chopsuey Greens

    Chopsuey Greens
    €1.74

    Anyone who has had the pleasure of traveling to countries such as Japan or China will appreciate the bewildering but totally delicious array of vegetables on offer there. No wonder the Japanese have no problem reaching their official recommended intake of not merely five, but 17 portions of fruit and veg per day!

  12. 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
  13. 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
    €1.62

    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.

  14. 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

    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'.

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

    Radish, Daikon 'Minowase Summer Cross'

    Mooli, Asiatic or Oriental Radish
    €1.80

    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.

  16. 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)
    €1.32

    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.

  17. 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
  18. 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.

  19. Purslane 'Green Purslane'

    Purslane 'Green Purslane'

    Summer Purslane, Garden purslane.
    Ancient Crop. In use since the 1600's
    €1.50

    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.

  20. Purslane 'Golden Purslane'

    Purslane 'Golden Purslane'

    Summer Purslane, Garden purslane.
    Ancient Crop. In use since the 1600's
    €1.50

    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.

  21. Sometimes referred to as Perilla 'Britton' and called ‘Hojiso’ in Japan, this less typical form of Perilla has beautiful bi-coloured leaves.

    Perilla, Shiso ‘Hojiso’ Bi-coloured Leaf

    Perilla 'Britton' or 'Briton'
    Japanese or Chinese Basil
    €1.98

    Sometimes referred to as Perilla 'Britton' and called ‘Hojiso’ in Japan, this less typical form of Perilla has beautiful bi-coloured leaves. The serrated, red-veined leaves are green on top and deep purple-red underneath.

  22. Shiso ‘Aoshiso’ is a typical green leaf variety of Perilla used extensively to season vegetables, rice, soups, fish, etc.

    Perilla, Shiso ‘Aoshiso’ Green Leaf

    Japanese or Chinese Basil
    €1.98

    Shiso ‘Aoshiso’ leaves make for exquisite decoration. It is finely sliced with ginger and added to salads, sautéed vegetables, sashimi, tempura and sushi. Available either red or green, the red having more of an anise flavour and slightly less spicy than the green variety, which tastes more like cinnamon.

  23. Shiso ‘Akajiso’ is a typical red leaf variety of Perilla used extensively in Japan

    Perilla, Shiso ‘Akajiso’ Red Leaf

    Japanese or Chinese Basil, Purple Mint.
    €1.98
    Shiso ‘Akajiso’ the red leaf variety of Perilla is used extensively in Japan to season vegetables, rice, soups, fish, etc. It has a wonderful complex aroma, the taste is almost always said to be quite hard to describe - the words cinnamon, basil, anise, and citrus pop up in the attempts.
  24. Pepper, Chili Pepper 'Orange Tyger'
    €2.94

    Out of stock

    A new and very beautiful, flavoursome chilli ‘Orange Tyger’ offers a great citrus flavour and amazingly complex pungency. Suitable for Northern European cultivation, this is an essential variety for Thai style cooking and a really interesting experience for the chilli lover.

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