All Vegetable Seeds

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  1. New

    LEEK GIANT WINTER

    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

    $2.33

    (160 seeds)

  2. New

    LEEK TADORNA

    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

    $2.33

    (80 seeds)

  3. LEMON BALM

    This pretty mint relative is also called "Lemon Balm". Aromatic spikes of small white flowers, loved by bees, arise above lemon scented foliage. Plant it where you can brush against it and enjoy the perfume, or pick it to make lemon tea or add to soups, sauces or salad-dressings. The large, lemon scented green leaves are also excellent for flavouring salads, summer drinks, stuffings, poultry and fish. Well known for its medicinal value, the leaves can be infused with honey and water to energise, revive and calm the nerves. It really is quite a useful plant overall! ... Learn More

    $3.19

    (500 seeds)

  4. LEMON CUKE

    Unusual lemon shaped cucumbers. Often used to make interesting looking pickles. Taste is rather mild if eaten raw, but if the fruit are harvested early, when the skin is tender and pale yellow, are well-suited for salads. Good producer. ... Learn More

    $2.39

    (20 seeds)

  5. LEMON DROP

    An attractive variety introduced from Ecuador producing small bright lemon-yellow crinkled cone-shaped fruit. The peppers are hot but with a slight citrusy taste. Easy to grow and very productive. ... Learn More

    $2.59

    (20 seeds)

  6. LEMON FRUIT (CITRUS LIMON)

    This famous, long-lived tree opens its clusters of extremely fragrant white flowers, followed by big ovoid fruits which are green when young and later ripen to bright yellow. As well as producing a large crop of fruit, it also makes the ultimate architectural courtyard plant in warmer countries, or is perfect in a container on a patio conservatory or cold greenhouse specimen as it can tolerate temperatures down to -5C. ... Learn More

    $3.92

    (4 seeds)

  7. LITTLE GEM

    This is the perfect Cos Lettuce, being quick to mature, dwarf and compact, producing crisp, sweet, medium-sized hearts. It is resistant to root aphid and perfectly-suited to sowing March-July outdoors, and is also good under cloches. The solid hearts, which stand for a considerable time before going to seed, are highly esteemed by those who prefer a small, crisp lettuce. If ever a variety deserved its name it was Little Gem! RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Also Recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany. ... Learn More

    $2.59

    (1000 seeds)

  8. LOBJOITS GREEN

    A large, popular, award- winning variety, which is considered one of the finest of the Cos variety. Bearing crisp dark green leaves and firm crunchy hearts this lettuce is packed with flavour and is a favourite in many summer salads. ... Learn More

    $2.33

    (250 seeds)

  9. LOGANBERRY

    This lovely cross between a raspberry and blackberry has fruit which is slightly longer and fatter than a raspberry with a juicier and sharper flavour. These sturdy plants more disease and frost resistant than many other berry hybrids and usually produce fruit throughout June, July, August and September. The large berries should be allowed to darken to a deep purple colour before picking to obtain the best-flavoured fruit. They are undemanding, easy to grow, and continue to fruit for many years. Seedlings may give slightly different but equally tasty fruits so expect the odd delicious surprise! ... Learn More

    $3.66

    (20+ seeds)

  10. LOGO F1

    A new hybrid 'French Breakfast' type with vigorous and uniform emergence. Roots are 4-5cm long, bright scarlet in colour with a small white tip. The erect foliage is of short-medium height. A very versatile variety suitable for early and main season production. ... Learn More

    $2.59

    (200 seeds)

  11. LOLLO BIONDA

    This attractive Italian lettuce produces an emerald mound of frilly leaves with a loose heart making it less appealing to slugs than Butterhead varieties. An eye-catching lettuce producing leaves for more than three months if they are taken from the outside. ... Learn More

    $2.59

    (250 seeds)

  12. LOLLO ROSSO

    Lollo Rossa is a pretty Italian loose-leaf lettuce with frilly bordeaux red leaves that taper to green hearts.The crisp texture, mild taste and attractive appearance make them an essential addition to salads. ... Learn More

    $2.53

    (200 seeds)

  13. LONG RED FLORENCE

    This Tuscany heirloom has long red bottle-shaped bulbs with an excellent mild-sweet flavour, so is particularly suited for use raw in salads. Can either be pulled young as spring onions or allowed to mature for August cropping. ... Learn More

    $2.26

    (300 seeds)

  14. LOVAGE

    An under-appreciated and yet very versatile herb Lovage deserves to be reappraised. Its taste is a mix between celery and parsley with a spicy warmth hinting at curry or aniseed. Lovage can be used in soups, stews and even scrambled eggs. It was widely used in the classical world for its medicinal and antiseptic properties. The herb can spread rapidly so it's best grown in a pot. ... Learn More

    $2.13

  15. MALAY GOOSEBERRY

    Sprays of orange flowers mature to bunches of white to slightly yellow coloured fruit, with a crunchy, juicy, acidic flavoured pulp, which are borne in great abundance. The Malay Gooseberry is tropical or subtropical, and can take several degrees of frost for brief periods of time, two fruiting cycles occurring per year, and depending on the climate, trees can produce occasionally throughout the year. Often the fruit is cooked with sugar, upon which the pulp and juice turns bright red, common uses for the resulting fruit mixture are for beverages and sauces. It is native to Madagascar, but was spread long ago by humans throughout much of India, south east Asia, some Pacific islands, the Caribbean region and Central and South America. ... Learn More

    $5.25

    (4 seeds)

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