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  1. Coriander Santo is probably the best variety of coriander for leaf production as the plant combines very slow bolting with an upright habit and excellent flavour.

    Coriander, Cilantro, 'Santo' Organic

    Chinese, Mexican or Indian Parsley
    €1.62
    Coriander 'Santo' is considered a benchmark variety for field grown coriander. Probably the best variety for leaf production, the plant combines very slow bolting with an upright habit and excellent flavour. If you use coriander in any recipe, you would never regret planting and harvesting your own. Organic Seeds.
  2. Crambe maritima 'Lilywhite'

    Crambe maritima 'Lilywhite'

    Seakale, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    Ancient Crop.
    €2.58
    Crambe maritima is a lovely dual purpose plant. This delicacy from the olden days has a unique delicate flavour, forced Seakale is a real delicacy. In the garden, it can be grown as an eye-catching and fragrant border plant. It has perhaps the most beautiful of all large glaucous leaves.
  3. Somewhere between asparagus and seaweed in flavour, Rock Samphire has the thrill of a mermaid’s kiss.

    Crithmum maritimum ‘Rock Samphire’

    True Samphire, Sea Fennel
    €2.94

    For centuries, Samphire was food for the poor, free to those who picked it, usually ordinary people living by the sea. It is ironic that today it is regarded as a specialty food and is often served with an accompanying price tag. Somewhere between asparagus and seaweed in flavour, Rock Samphire has the thrill of a mermaid’s kiss.

  4. The seeds are oblong and longitudinally ridged, they have a rich aroma and high oil content that helps to add an earthy and warming feeling to recipes.

    Cumin, Cuminum cyminum

    Jira or Zi yar
    €1.74

    Cuminum Cyminum has a richness of history that gives it a special place in the world of spices. Cumin is globally popular and an essential flavouring in many cuisines. Easy to grow, this versatile spice makes a wonderful addition to any herb garden and does wonders in the kitchen.

  5. Many still regard dandelions as pests and only want to kill them. Italian, French and Greeks, however, prefer to eat them.

    Dandelion, Taraxacum officinale

    Dandelion, Clockflower, Tell-The-Time, Blowball, Puffball, Priests Crown
    €1.14

    Dandelion is reviled by lawn manicurists yet, like Burdock, it is one of the most esteemed herbs in healing, the benefits are endless. The young raw leaves can be used in salads or cooked as a vegetable, the leaves contain more iron than spinach and are a excellent source of vitamins.

  6. The plant has a distinctive growth habit with strap-shaped leaves unlike either onion or garlic.

    Garlic or Chinese chives, Oriental Garlic

    Chinese leek, Oriental garlic chives, Ku chai, Koo chye or Gau choy
    €1.56

    A relatively new vegetable in the English-speaking world but well-known in Asian cuisine, the flavour of garlic chives is more like garlic than chives, though much milder. Both leaves and the stalks of the flowers are used a stir fry ingredient. The flowers may also be used as a spice.

  7. Komatsuna ‘F1 Comred’ has rich ruby red leaves and contrasting green stems.

    Komatsuna 'F1 Comred'

    Mustard Spinach
    €1.86

    Komatsuna ‘F1 Comred’ has rich ruby red leaves and contrasting green stems. Ideal as baby greens, the flat, round leaves are tinted red above and green with red veins below, they maintain their colour under crop covers or glasshouse. The plants are uniform with excellent upright growth for easy harvest.

  8. Komatsuna is happy compromise between the blandness of cabbage and the sharpness of most of the Oriental mustards.

    Komatsuna 'Rapido'

    Mustard Spinach
    €1.50

    Out of stock

    Komatsuna one of the least known of the Oriental greens, but it is possibly Japan's most beloved vegetable. 'Rapido' is an outdoor pollinated variety. Uniform with quick growing firm leaves. If you are looking for an all-season green that is easy to grow, you might want to give Komatsuna a try.

  9. Lemon Grass 'East Indian'

    Lemon Grass 'East Indian'

    Lemon Grass, Cochin Grass or Malabar Grass
    €1.50

    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.

  10. Luffa cylindrica

    Luffa cylindrica

    Vegetable Gourd. Aka Loofah or Loofa
    €2.34

    Luffa acutangula is a very versatile plant. As a vegetable, the leaves can be eaten in a salad, the very young gourds, known as Chinese Okra they taste like aubergine. The matured dried gourd develops into a fibrous netting. It is an excellent sponge and makes a wonderful exfoliator.

  11. Commonly called Malabar Spinach, Basella alba is a vining type of plant that thrives in hot temperatures.

    Malabar Spinach, Basella alba

    Chinese spinach, Saan choy, Pui shak
    €1.98

    Malabar Spinach, is a vining type of plant that thrives in hot temperatures, it is a discovery that is a boon for those of us that love our greens but find the warm days of summer a bit too hot for good growth. It can be grown throughout the summer and can even cope when the heat exceeds 32°C (90°F).

  12. Malabar Spinach, Basella rubra

    Malabar Spinach, Basella rubra

    Chinese spinach, Saan choy, Pui shak
    €1.98

    Commonly called Malabar Spinach, Basella rubra is valued for the brilliant fuchsia-purplish colour of its leaf stems and veins as well as its mild flavour. The leaves are delicious mixed in with other greens in tossed salads. Juicy and crisp, the flavours of citrus and pepper accompany the succulent leaves.

  13. Mibuna

    Mibuna

    Kyona, Japanese Greens
    €1.38

    Out of stock

    Mibuna is a delicate and unusual plant that has been grown for centuries in Japan. It is best enjoyed in baby leaf salads where its addictive flavour can shine, or in stir-fries for a milder taste. Perfect for “cut and come” scissor harvest.

  14. Minutina, 'Erba Stella'

    Minutina, 'Erba Stella'

    Herba Stella, Bucks Horn
    €1.50

    Minutina, also known as Erba Stella is a unique, cold weather salad green prized in Italy for its mild nutty flavour and crunchy texture. This perennial can be grown all winter in temperate climates. With a mild nutty flavour and crunchy texture it is a great addition to salad mixes or for stir-frying.

  15. Mitsuba's look and aroma are distinctive, for the herb aficionado or aesthetically motivated cook.

    Mitsuba, Mashimori

    Japanese Parsley
    €1.50

    Mitsuba is a classic seasoning that is very popular in Asian cuisine. Used as both an herb and a salad green and added fresh or cooked to anything from soup to sushi. Mitsuba's look and aroma are distinctive, for the herb aficionado or aesthetically motivated cook, it is a great addition to the gourmet garden.

  16. Mizuna 'F1 Red Knight'

    Mizuna 'F1 Red Knight'

    Hybrid Asian green, Japanese Greens, Kyona
    €1.74

    A new red hybrid Mizuna, great for adding colour in a salad. The purple-red leaf blades contrast wonderfully against green undersides. It has a long petiole and thick bladed leaves with shallow serrations. Vigorous and high yielding.

  17. The marvelous Mizuna is an oriental wonder!

    Mizuna 'Kyona'

    Oriental Greens, Japanese Greens, Kyona
    €1.50

    The marvellous Mizuna is an oriental wonder! It grows as a large rosette of finely serrated, feathery leaves, which are dark, glossy green, similar to rocket leaves. A very hardy plant, being both heat and cold tolerant, it usually grows better in moist conditions.

  18. Mizuna grows as a large rosette of finely serrated, feathery leaves, which are dark, glossy green, similar to rocket leaves

    Mizuna 'Kyona' Organic

    Oriental Greens, Japanese Greens
    €1.50

    Out of stock

    The marvelous Mizuna is an oriental wonder! It grows as a large rosette of finely serrated, feathery leaves, which are dark, glossy green, similar to rocket leaves. A very hardy plant and very easy to grow. Organic Seed.
  19. 'Red Dragon' has broad but heavily indented leaves that are beautifully patterned, with lime green petioles and purple veining

    Mustard 'F1 Red Dragon'

    Oriental or Leaf Mustard
    €1.68

    Upright, fast and frilly, Mustard ‘F1 Red Dragon’ is a mild mustard, bred for fast growth and resistance to bolting with beautifully patterned purple and green, with lime green petioles and purple veining. An excellent choice for early spring right through to late autumn cropping.

  20.  Mustard 'Green Frills' has attractive sweet leaves that are fringed and finely serrated with the tangy flavour of gourmet mustard.

    Mustard 'Golden Frills', Organic

    Oriental or Leaf Mustard
    €1.98
    Mustard 'Golden Frills' has attractive and sweet leaves that are fringed and finely serrated with the tangy flavour of gourmet mustard. Use it with other salad leaves to create your own bistro salad to suit your tastes. They are fantastic when lightly steamed, stir-fried or sautéed. Organic Seeds
  21.  Mustard 'Green Frills' has attractive sweet leaves that are fringed and finely serrated with the tangy flavour of gourmet mustard.

    Mustard 'Green Frills'

    Oriental or Leaf Mustard
    €1.74

    Mustard 'Green Frills' has attractive and sweet leaves that are fringed and finely serrated with the tangy flavour of gourmet mustard. Use it with other salad leaves to create your own bistro salad to suit your tastes. They are fantastic when lightly steamed, stir-fried or sautéed.

  22. Mustard ‘Pizzo’ is a new mustard green with that is beautifully mild flavoured when young and hot once mature.

    Mustard 'Pizzo'

    Oriental or Leaf Mustard
    €1.56

    Mustard ‘Pizzo’ is a new mustard green with that is beautifully mild flavoured when young and hot once mature. The bright green, voluptuous curving leaves are deeply-cut and serrated. They are beautiful as a baby leaf, give volume to winter salads and are very good for bunching.

  23. True to its name, Mustard 'Red Frills' has attractive fringed burgundy-red leaves.

    Mustard 'Red Frills'

    Oriental or Leaf Mustard
    €1.50

    Leaf mustard comes in an array of shapes and sizes, but if you want colour, choose the beautiful Mustard ‘Red Frills’. True to its name, the attractive and sweet leaves are finely serrated. The fringed burgundy-red leaves add the taste of mustard and horseradish to salads, stir fries and sandwiches.

  24. True to its name, Mustard 'Red Frills' has attractive fringed burgundy-red leaves.

    Mustard 'Red Frills', Organic

    Oriental or Leaf Mustard
    €1.98
    Easy to grow, Mustard Red Frills is a good-looking plant, the large, red-tinged leaves intensifying to deep burgundy purple in cold weather. It is both ‘cold and bolt’ tolerant and often to be found in the ornamental garden or the potager. Organic Seeds

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