All Vegetable Seeds

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  1. JAPANESE WHITE EGG

    The Japanese White Egg produces large quantities of very attractive 2-3" oval creamy white fruit all season long. The fruit have a delicate flavour with little trace of bitterness. Perfect for use in stir frying. ... Learn More

    $2.58

  2. JAUNE FLAMME

    This old French variety gives early crops of apricot-coloured, four ounce fruits the size of a golf ball or slightly larger, borne on elongated trusses that bear fruit continuously. It is a fabulous fresh-eating tomato with an explosive, intense flavour that shines through any salad dressing with ease. The outer walls are thick and meaty, with just enough juice to provide a full-bodied, citrus-like flavour that surprises all who try it for the first time. The yellow-orange skin encloses beautiful red-mottled flesh inside. This plant appears resistant to many diseases that normally plague tomatoes. The fruits are held in clusters of six to eight. Indeterminate ... Learn More

    $2.58

  3. JERSEY DEVIL

    The unusual fruit are 4-6 inches long and resemble peppers. The flesh is meaty with few seeds and is ideal for using in sauces or casseroles. A very productive plum tomato which continues to set fruit late in the season.(Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.58

  4. JIMMY NARDELLO'S

    This variety of pepper was originally from Basilicata, a southern region of Italy and takes its name from seed saver Jimmy Nardello, who carried the seeds from Italy while immigrating to Connecticut in 1887. It is still registered as "endangered" on Slow Food USA's Ark of Tastes. This sweet pepper, which matures in 80-90 days from transplanting, produces 10"-12" fruits which are sweet and light when eaten raw, and considered one of the very best frying peppers, as its fruity raw flavour becomes perfectly creamy and soft when fried. ... Learn More

    $3.02

  5. JOE'S LONG CAYENNE

    This unbelievably long and slender, thin-fleshed Italian pepper which tapers to a skinny point is ideal for home made hot pepper sauces or can be used fresh or dried for pepper flakes. ... Learn More

    $2.58

  6. JOHN BAER

    Bright red, meaty, sweet, smooth fruits ripen very early and thence over a very long season. Fruits have a good measure of thick tasty flesh and are resistant to splitting. Historically, this very heavy cropping heirloom tomato was introduced in 1913 as the earliest tomato ever grown! (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.90

  7. KAGRANER SOMMER

    A splendid French Butterhead lettuce having mild, buttery flavoured leaves and well-formed hearts and excellent resistance to heat and bolting. The attractive, soft, thick crumpled leaves make this lettuce a favourite in many gardens. ... Learn More

    $2.27

  8. KALETTES GARDEN MIX F1

    Kalettes® comes from crossing kale with Brussels 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

    $4.10

  9. KELLOG'S BREAKFAST

    A superb, non-splitting, pale to deep orange beefsteak, with few seeds and a fantastic sweet, tangy flavour. The juice and inside flesh have the same bright colour as orange juice. Our trial plants were loaded with fruits and were unusually healthy-looking showing no signs of any disease. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.96

  10. KELVEDON WONDER

    A popular old favourite variety of second early/maincrop pea, Kelvedon Wonder, produces pods with up to 8 tasty wrinkled peas inside. It is resistant to Pea Wilt and tolerant to Downy Mildew and can be succession sown from March to July but is versatile enough to be sown in November, in well-drained soil, for an early harvest. ... Learn More

    $2.33

  11. KING OF THE NORTH

    One of the very best red bell pepper for northern gardeners. Blocky, thick-walled, uniform, fruits, with a great sweet flavour, are excellent for stuffing or fresh eating. This American heirloom was featured on the cover of an ancient Harris' Seeds Catalogue. "Outstanding 1934 Introduction. Early and Very Prolific. The earliness and heavy yield make King of the North a variety that will give enormous yields of fine fruit even here in the North. The plants are literally covered with fruit". 68 days from planting out. ... Learn More

    $2.90

  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

    $3.15

  13. KOLB

    Beautiful large, fleshy, almost seedless, pink-red beefsteak fruits have marbled green yellow shoulders. These ancient USA heirloom plants, more than 50 years old, develop irregular ribbed shapes, and produce very few seeds. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.58

  14. KORALIK

    This early bush variety is possibly the most unusual tomato we grow here. High-cropping plants make strong, widely held, spreading branches rather like a small oak tree, enabling it to produce clean, isolated fruit. It has such a high tolerance to blight it was featured on BBC Gardeners' World, and coming from Poland, it is perfect for areas where the growing season is short and wetter than normal, when it will produce abundant, exceptionally sweet, large cherry tomatoes. (Bush) ... Learn More

    $2.58

  15. KUMQUAT

    Sometimes called Chinese oranges, these are the smallest and weirdest of the common citrus fruits and in a contrary turnaround from others from this group, the skin and zest are sweet, while the juicy insides are just not as sweet as many oranges, but not really sour. The size of very small plums, they are often used as an expensive winter treat and can be eaten whole, just as they are, (yes really, I have tried them), or cooked with sugar, spices or spirits to make sweet compôtes and aromatic chutneys. They grow true from the seeds but very few fruits actually contain good seeds, if any at all. ... Learn More

    $4.98

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