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    Rocket is an easy to grow salad crop. This variety has the vigour of salad rocket with the wild rocket flavour; it adds a delicious spicy, peppery punch to salads. The younger leaves are milder, more tender and delicately flavoured. Older leaves can also be lightly cooked as a spinach substitute; added to sauces, stir-fried or sautéed in olive oil. The flowers are edible too. It has excellent mildew resistance. Rocket likes a sunny site with rich, fertile, well-drained soil. It also grows well in containers. ... Learn More


    (900 seeds)

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    Tall arching branches with sizeable masses of countless fragrant yellow flowers ripen to blue-black pendulous seed pods which make an unusual addition to dried flower arrangements. This is the famous blue dye plant used by the ancient Britons to decorate themselves before going into battle. You are welcome to try this if you have a troublesome neighbour..... ... Learn More


    (80 seeds)

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    Garden balsam is a frost-tender annual. The sparsely branched succulent stems can grow up to 30" tall but frequently exceeds this height in the wild. The vibrant cup-shaped flowers come in various shades of white, pink, red, and a bicolor version. It prefers a moist setting and has a low tolerance for drought conditions. An ideal plant for containers and areas along walks or paths. ... Learn More


    (200+ seeds)

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    An early flowering, popular perennial with large, sword-like, grey-green leaf blades and bright red, orange and yellow blooms of 30 45cm (12-18"). These showy flowers are perfect in the front of a shrub border, in the back of flower gardens, or lining a long driveway. A great cut flower. They tolerate wind and prefer moist soil. ... Learn More


    (50+ seeds)

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    If you are looking for something a bit different for your garden, this could be the perfect choice. A fast growing ornamental with beautiful fine, lush green foliage that turns bright red in late summer/autumn. Growing in virtually all soils, it is useful in landscapes when used en-masse, or perhaps try as centre pieces in patio plants, and accents in garden beds and borders. ... Learn More


    (200+ seeds)

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    With a squat bulb and antennae-like shoots, this odd-looking plant is part of the cabbage family. The name translates from German as ‘turnip cabbage’ and the mild, sweet flavour is somewhere between a turnip and a water chestnut, with a crisp, crunchy texture. It can be found in two colours, pale green and this, the less-common purple is later and hardier than its green counterpart. ... Learn More


    (200 seeds)

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    Superschmelz is a giant variety with white and light green flesh. Slow to bolt, it is capable of reaching a whopping 8kg in weight and 25cm in diameter. With the stem just above ground level, it swells to form the crisp, juicy vegetable with a texture very similar to the Water Chestnut. Its flavour is much like that of a turnip but milder. Requires a very rich soil and plenty of space to reach gigantic proportions. ... Learn More


    (160 seeds)

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    Giant Winter is an excellent late-season variety. It produces thick, solid stems and dark, blue-green tops beautiful enough for the kitchen or showroom. Dig them up young and tender in late November, or let stand in the ground through March and harvest as you need them. ... Learn More


    (160 seeds)

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    Tadorna produces a leek of medium length with a white shank and contrasting, very dark blue-green foliage. It has a very upright habit and is extremely winter hardy, cropping from December to March. ... Learn More


    (80 seeds)

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    A clump forming herbaceous perennial with dark green, toothed, lance shaped leaves, the Shasta Daisy produces huge displays of wonderfully frilly, white, daisy-like blooms with golden centres that perch on upright stems. This eye catching plant is a magnet for bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects. A perfect addition to any perennial border or wildlife garden, excellent in tubs or mixed containers and makes a useful cut flower too. ... Learn More


    (30+ seeds)

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    Carrying a strong fragrance, these pendant 2-3" flowers are straw yellow in colour and occasionally have a few spots. Requiring a well drained but heavy soil with full sun, they dislike being moved. Attractive to bees and butterflies. ... Learn More


    (15 seeds)

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    Bright yellow cup-shaped flowers with white-tipped petals give this one the common name of poached egg plant, which will self-seed freely, future generations continuing to appear and naturalise themselves, germinating and flowering at different times. It is native to California and Oregon, where it thrives in wet, grassy habitats. The Royal Horticultural Society has awarded the prestigious Award of Garden Merit (AGM). ... Learn More


    (30+ seeds)

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    A stunning, easy-to-grow variety of Linaria that produces a mass of beautiful crimson and golden flowers from June to September. Preferring full sun and well-drained soil, they are perfect for cottage gardens, and in containers, baskets, as bedding and cut flowers. ... Learn More


    (300+ seeds)

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    Completely new to us is this quick-growing, freely branching plant producing whorls of fascinating carmine flowers from spring until October, above small glossy leaves. The flowers bear a remarkable resemblance to the head of a giraffe rudely putting out his tongue! ... Learn More


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    An eye-catching and fast growing annual Lupin variety. The upright stems carry lovely fragrant flowers that change from sky blue to golden yellow. Excellent in borders or as a long lasting cut flower. Sow in March and April to flower in July. Best grown in small groups for maximum effect. ... Learn More


    (12 seeds)

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