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    This Italian heirloom chicory is similar to lettuce but with a more distinct flavour. For use in salads or cooked, it produces deep red, heart shaped, white veined leaves wrapped tightly around one another to form a solid, round head. These tender and crunchy leaves have a slightly bitter, sharp flavour which mellows when grilled or treated with a hot oil dressing. ... Learn More


    (150 seeds)

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    A wonderfully decorative chicory with green leaves blotched red and forming an inner loose head of red and white in autumn. An ancient variety developed in the 18th century in the Castelfranco region of Northern Italy. This chicory is one of the hardiest and easiest to grow from seed anytime in the year. Leave it to heart up, or eat it as a cut-and-come-again leaf in a mixed salad bowl. ... Learn More


    (650 seeds)

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    Growing up to one metre with lance-shaped leaves and leafy racemes of red, double flowers in summer. Sow seeds directly in the ground in early spring or autumn in a well drained, sunny or partially shaded position. Useful for cottage and informal gardens, cut flowers and flower borders and beds. ... Learn More


    (400+ seeds)

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    Clarkia is one of the easiest of summer flowers to grow and is so reminiscent of English cottage gardens. Masses of soft, double flowers in reds, pinks, mauves and white appear from July to September. At its best when it is grown in bold clumps, it is perfect in beds and borders and makes a lovely cut flower. Can be over-wintered as a pot plant. ... Learn More


    (200+ seeds)

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    One of the most attractive beans with bright green flat pods splashed with red which disappear on cooking (steaming helps to retain the colour). It can be used as a flageolet type. Attractive enough to be grown at the back of flower borders, this versatile Italian vegetable is also known as the fire-tongue bean. It can be used fresh or more traditionally, shell the beans, dry them and use during autumn and winter in a wide range of warming dishes. Climbing beans such as this variety should be supported in the same way as you would support runner beans. This family of beans is frost tender and cannot be sown until the weather has warmed up. ... Learn More


    (50 seeds)

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    A wonderful climbing variety with lavender flowers and purple veined leaves. A prolific performer, it harvests over a long period in either glasshouse or out in the open, producing a heavy crop of beautiful deep purple, tender and string less pods which turn dark green on cooking. Climbing beans such as this variety should be supported much in the same way runner beans are. This family of beans is frost tender and cannot be sown until the weather has warmed up. ... Learn More


    (50 seeds)

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    Coffee is one of the world's favourite drinks, and also one of the most important commercial crop-plants, and actually the second most valuable international commodity. Coffee trees can be grown outside anywhere there is a subtropical climate, although they make an attractive specimen and talking point as a pot plant in cooler climes. Arabica coffee is accepted as the best of all forms and this variety is "Ethiopia Sidamo", a type grown exclusively in the Sidamo Province of Ethiopia. It produces small greyish beans, and is especially valued for its deep, spicy wine, or chocolate-like taste and floral aroma. ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

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    Coffea Arabica Cattura is a dwarf coffee variety that is said to have been discovered in a plantation in Brazil. It is popular in Central and South America for its modest size to less than 2 m tall and its tolerance of full sun. Plants generally start flowering when only 30 cm tall. The coffee plant is originally native to the humid montane forests of Ethiopia and South Sudan but today it is cultivated in many other parts of the world. Coffee trees can grow outside in a subtropical climate, or provide an attractive pot plant and talking point in cooler climes. ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

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    This is is a rapidly growing and splendidly blooming annual plant that forms broad tufts. Slender stems grow 20-40 cm long and can creep around supports. Large, funnel-shaped blooms are carmine-red at the edges that surround a yellow tube with a white ring. They close in the afternoon and at night, but bloom continuously all summer long. Great for covering larger areas, borders and edgings but will look equally good in standing and hanging pots on a terrace or balcony. ... Learn More


    (80 seeds)

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    A delightful and eye-catching variety, with frilly, double flowers in contrasting pink hues on strong, upright stems. With a long flowering period , they will brighten up your garden for weeks. Perfect as a cut flower and the butterflies love them too. ... Learn More


    (10 seeds)

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    With feathery, apple- green foliage and large daisy like semi-double flowers in white and all shades of pink, these will add height and interest to summer borders. A classic cottage garden plant, Cosmos are easy to grow, and flower all summer right up until the first frosts. Excellent for cutting, they will last well over a week in fresh water. The more flowers you cut the more the plants produce. These are amazingly productive plants and what's more our bees and butterflies love them too! ... Learn More


    (40+ seeds)

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    A luscious, crimson red Cosmos with delicate slashes of white striping. Of all the annual plants you can grow in your cutting garden, few are more productive per square foot than Cosmos. The more you cut, the more they bloom. Eye-catching and dramatic, this variety is brilliant at the back of the border, in a tall container or cut for the vase or bouquets. ... Learn More


    (40+ seeds)

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    With vibrant, deep orange, double and semi double blooms sitting above neat compact mounds of deep green foliage, this Cosmos looks stunning when planted en-masse in borders or large containers. With a sunny location and moderate water it will produce an abundance of blooms all summer long. Makes an excellent cut flower with a vase life of 7 - 10 days. Cut the blooms in the early morning hours, and select stems with flowers that have just opened. ... Learn More


    (15 seeds)

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    Bunches of daisy-like flowers and graceful feathery foliage make these a delight in both colour and texture, attracting both birds and butterflies. Considered drought resistant, Cosmos grows best in full sun, but will grow well and flower earlier in poor, fairly dry soils. Easy to grow from seed, they make excellent cut flowers. Sow direct into the flowering position in April-May or in March for pots and containers. ... Learn More


    (20 seeds)

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    A delicious and unusual courgette/zucchini variety with a dwarf, bushy habit which will flourish in a large pot filled with rich organic matter. Producing dark green, uniform, round fruits about the size of a tennis ball, it offers good cropping with a high yield throughout the season. Grow as normal courgettes, but do not let them get too big as they taste best when picked small. ... Learn More


    (8 seeds)

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