All Vegetable Seeds

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  1. HERB TRIPLE CURLED PARSLEY

    A large and bushy vigorous variety of parsley with closely curled dark green leaves. It is fast growing and holds for a long time when mature, making harvesting easy. Excellent taste. ... Learn More

    $2.20

    (750 seeds)

  2. HERB WOAD

    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

    $3.48

    (80 seeds)

  3. HUCKLEBERRY

    Unlike wonderberries or blueberries, the easy-to-grow huckleberry will need cooking, as they are bitter when raw and unsweetened,although some people do eat them when they are ripe and soft. But a real culinary miracle occurs when you cook and sweeten this variety of garden huckleberries! In America they are traditionally used to make delicious pies and jams but for some reason, elsewhere in the world they have never really caught on. Please don't forget, do NOT eat when unripe, as with many fruits, they can give you severe tummy-ache even in small quantities. ... Learn More

    $3.23

    (200 seeds)

  4. New

    JAPANESE WINEBERRY

    Unbelievably sweet berries of delicious, strong, raspberry-like flavour ripen in heavy bunches in July and August. The bright orange/red berries turn to crimson when fully ripe, and have an unusual fragrant-aromatic sweet taste. They are ideal for eating fresh from the bush, and also in jams, jellies and desserts and are perfect in pastries and pies. Originating in Japan, but also native to Korea and China, the self-fertile Japanese Wineberry is a very handsome plant that has something to offer throughout the year. It may also be used to good effect as an ornamental climber, whilst the canes are an attractive red in winter, providing further interest following flowering and fruiting, ... Learn More

    $3.60

    (10 seeds)

  5. KALE BORECOLE 'MIDNIGHT SUN'

    This kale variety has a deep red textured leaf and a striking pink mid vein running through the leaf and can function as an attractive ornamental addition to the vegetable plot. A versatile variety that is suitable for multi-cut production. Best suited to baby leaf but will also work well as a mature plant. ... Learn More

    $3.63

    (25+ seeds)

  6. KALE NERO DI TOSCANA

    This very resilient, easy to grow kale is resistant to heat and aphids and is high in fibre, iron and vitamins. The dark, deliciously flavoured, emerald-green loose leaves, which appear an eye-catching black at a distance, are perfect in many cooked dishes, or in salads. ... Learn More

    $2.26

    (150 seeds)

  7. KALE SIBERIAN IMPROVED

    This extremely cold-hardy Siberian Kale, which originated in Russia, has flat, broad, deeply-cut and ruffled blue-green leaves which grow on long, succulent, sweet stalks. A heavy frost just improves the flavour of these large, hardy rosettes which reach about 60cm (24") in diameter at maturity. ... Learn More

    $2.20

    (150 seeds)

  8. KALETTES GARDEN MIX F1

    Kalettes® comes from crossing kale with Brussel sprouts – a natural process, since they are both members of the Brassica family which also includes cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli. Its fantastic flavour is the result of combining the complex taste of the sprout with the mild, sweet 'nutty' taste of the kale. Its taste is milder and sweeter than a Brussels sprout making it very appealing for children and adults alike. You can leave them raw and maintain their nutty flavour, or cook them steamed, microwaved, stir-fried, boiled or blanched. Finally it is an excellent source of vitamin C and vitamin K. In addition, they are a good source of vitamin B6. With twice as much vitamin C and B6 as traditional Brussels sprouts, indeed Kalettes® are a nutritional wonder! ... Learn More

    $4.58

    (20 seeds)

  9. New

    KEY LIME

    Originating from Southeast Asia this shrubby tree has a trunk which rarely grows straight and has many branches that often originate quite far down on the trunk. The wonderfuly fragrant flowers are yellowish-white with a light purple tinge on the margins. The smooth skinned fruit are smaller than Persian limes and are characterized by their globular, uniform shape and fragrant floral aroma. Underneath the thin skin, the yellow-green flesh is juicy with a sweet, intense, but noticeably tart and acidic flavour. Key lime juice has many culinary uses but is most famous for its use in key lime pie. ... Learn More

    $3.51

    (5 seeds)

  10. New

    KIWANO

    This exotic vine has heart-shaped leaves and produces small yellow flowers followed by unusual looking spiky fruits which change colour from green to yellowy-orange when ripe. The seeded, lime-green jelly like interior of the fruit is rich in nutrients and has a mild flavour which is sometimes described as a cross between cucumber, courgette and kiwifruit (although as it ripens, it tastes more like a banana). It is thought to be the ancestor of all other cultivated melons, and should be grown like an ordinary cucumber but with less water and in a dryer atmosphere. ... Learn More

    $3.94

    (20 seeds)

  11. KIWI FRUIT GOLDEN

    This superb fruit is relatively new on the scene, the golden variety being much sweeter, and the pulp softer, rather like a mushy fruit salad. The fruit has a smoother skin and a small nub or point on one end, whereas the green kiwi is slightly fuzzier, and symmetrically oval, and most people find the smooth skin more palatable. The plants do well to be pruned hard back at the end of each growing season. ... Learn More

    $3.63

    (8 seeds)

  12. KIWI FRUIT. ACTINIDIA CHINENSIS DELICIOSA

    This vigorous climbing vine with large exotic-looking leaves is easily grown to produce hundreds of sweet fruits, or even as a screen to cover a dead tree, the new shoots produced each summer growing 10 to 15 feet or more. For a start grow several plants together, because plants are either male or female and only the females produce the fruit! It makes obvious economic sense to remove all but one male (think of a cockerel!) plant once the sex is confirmed. Stems should be cut back during the winter months, and the rooting area mulched with manure ensuring a yearly abundance of fruit. ... Learn More

    $3.23

    (25 seeds)

  13. KOHLRABI PURPLE DELICACY

    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

    $2.13

    (200 seeds)

  14. KOHLRABI SUPERSCHMELZ

    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

    $2.15

    (160 seeds)

  15. LEEK BLUE SOLAISE

    A traditional French winter heirloom that is hardy and cold-resistant as well as being an attractive addition to the cottage garden. The flags are blue-green which turn violet after a cold spell whilst the shanks are thick/medium length. ... Learn More

    $2.20

    (200 seeds)

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