All Vegetable Seeds

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    This favourite heirloom (1884) variety produces creamy white stalks which are tender, brittle, high quality and plentiful with a deliciously sweet mild taste. They are easy to grow and self blanching, making them a lot easier than other varieties which require constant of attention. ... Learn More



    A versatile mid-sized early variety which produces good yields of golden-yellow, medium-sized, uniform fruit. Cultivated outdoors or under glass. Distinctive sweet taste. RHS AGM winner (Cordon) ... Learn More



    A most attractive dwarf French bean with distinctive golden yellow pods, held in bunches well above the foliage for easy picking. If sown every 40-50 days throughout the spring and summer it will give a steady succession of tender beans. ... Learn More



    Masses of bright golden-orange, sweetly flavoured grape-sized fruit set in trusses of 10-12. A very high yielding plant that can also be trained to quite a height which improves the yield of fruit greatly. (Semi-Bush) ... Learn More



    Thin outer walls hold a massive solid core tasting tart and tangy, rather like a slightly under ripe melon. A mid-season heirloom from the early 1800s, it has remarkable heat and cold tolerance and fruit that continues to set and ripen through November and December.(Cordon) ... Learn More



    Delicious sweet fruits, the size of damsons, ripen in mid summer on these easy-to-grow plants. They are best left on the bush until they turn yellow when they lose their sharpness turning very sweet. These delicious fruits can be grown in a wide variety of climates , and are especially valuable because of their extreme hardiness. Gooseberries can be preserved in the form of jams, or stored in sugar syrup. In the UK they were particularly popular before fruit was imported in quantity from elsewhere, as they constituted the first available fresh fruit of the year. Some of the popular uses are for desserts, pies, fools and crumbles. ... Learn More



    This is an exceptionally easy-to-grow, yellow-fleshed variety, providing great winter crops of sweet and tasty purple-skinned roots. It is very winter hardy and has resistance to powdery mildew and club root, for healthy and reliable harvests. It is a delicious sweet veg that is a great addition to the winter dinner plate, either roasted, steamed, or mashed with butter & pepper, or even in large chunks in a stew. The tasty leaves can also be used & harvested a few at a time, and treated like a ‘cut & come’ again cabbage. It has a long harvest period from November to February and stores well in dry conditions. ... Learn More



    Large, one pound plus, tasty, sweet and tangy fruits hang on large, regular-leaf plants. They are delicious for fresh eating or slicing. A customer reports that they stayed disease free even while surrounded by other plants with various leaf diseases and were huge producers with an exquisite taste. Cordon. A family heirloom, Gary Millwood of Louisville, Kentucky received the seed in 2000 from Lettie Cantrell of West Liberty, KY, who obtained the seeds from a soldier returning from Germany during World War II. Lettie grew this tomato since the 1940s, it was the only tomato she ever grew and always called it her "German Red Tomato". Lettie died in November 2005 at the age of 96. ... Learn More



    With a fantastic, quite unique flavour, and high yields, this robust plant produces small compact rosettes with tender leaves that stay round and succulent even when old. Maturing in only 35 days , plants may be cut whole, but are also perfect for cut-and-come-again. (The Brothers Grimm's tale 'Rapunzel' reputedly took its name from this plant, as the eponymous character is named for the 'salad' which her father went into the sorceress' garden to steal. 'Rapunzel' is one of the German terms for cornsalad. Aka, Mache, or Lamb's Lettuce.) ... Learn More



    Although a number of grape varieties can be successful in Britain. ‘Madeleine Angevine’ white eating grapes are amongst the most prolific fruiting and also the earliest to ripen and thus are suitable for northern areas. They are also used commercially for wine-making as they bear such heavy crops. They always do best planted against a south-facing wall or fence (in the northern hemisphere) when they can obtain up to a three week ripening advantage over crops grown in other situations. Plants grown from these seeds will vary so it is advisable to initially grow several in the same situation and just retain the early-fruiting ones. They are best picked for eating when they are sweet and turn pale yellow with slight brown colouration! ... Learn More



    This heritage, medium to large-hearted lettuce, was the first true iceberg-type lettuce, with a denser head than any European variety bred prior to it. It produces crisp, bright green leaved heads in 90 days, and stands well without bolting during hot summer weather as well as doing well when sown in succession for summer cropping. It is now almost forgotten, but not by knowledgeable backyard gardeners and farmers market growers! ... Learn More



    This beefsteak is one of the largest and best white-skinned tomatoes. The skin is the palest cream and the firm meaty flesh has a fruity flavour with very few seeds. The plants have good drought resistance and do not crack easily. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    This brand new discovery from China has medium-sized fruits with the most attractive skins you can find on a tomato, are they green striped yellow, or yellow striped green? Whichever, the tasty, thick green flesh inside is superb for salads and a multitude of other uses. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    Often considered the 'little brother of Green Zebra', Green Grape is a compact semi-bush variety, ideal for growing in a container on the patio, producing a prolific harvest of small, yellow-green, sweet, tangy-tasting tomatoes resembling Muscat grapes. (Semi-Bush) ... Learn More



    This healthy and versatile food (yes, the latin name means edible lens!!) is a great staple for anyone interested in healthy, frugal living and is very easy to grow at home. Probably the fastest cooking of all the legume family, they don’t require soaking making their preparation faster still. Rich in antioxidants, selenium, and B vitamins, all of which boost the immune system. They are also packed with protein, and are high in iron and folate and very high in cholesterol-lowering fibre. However the green and brown varieties are more nutritious than than red variety. Not only do lentils help lower cholesterol, they are of special benefit in managing blood-sugar disorders since their high fibre content prevents blood sugar levels from rising rapidly after a meal. ... Learn More


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