All Vegetable Seeds

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  1. 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

    $2.64

  2. 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

    $2.64

  3. 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

    $5.10

  4. LADY DI

    These superb long, slim and fleshy runner beans tolerates heat well and are completely string-less. They give a heavy crop of tender delicious dark green pods over a very long season and received the RHS 1999 Award of Garden Merit. ... Learn More

    $2.39

  5. LATAH

    The fruits of this early compact tomato, which originated in Latah County Idaho, are roughly spherical, with a sharp lemony taste. The plants appear unusual due to the large spacing between the leaves but this helps early ripening. (Bush) ... Learn More

    $2.52

  6. LEGEND

    A fine outdoor variety which produces round uniform fruit from about 2" to 3" in diameter which are sweet and tasty with very few seeds. A strong robust plant which has a good resistance to blight. (Bush) ... Learn More

    $2.64

  7. 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

    $3.10

  8. 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

    $2.32

  9. 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

    $2.52

  10. LEMON TREE TOMATO

    A quite incredible and distinctive tomato with an almost perfect resemblance to a real lemon, more so than other "lemon" tomatoes. When sliced, the similarity even extends to the sharp, strong taste, which is useful for salads. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.64

  11. LEWIS' LONG KEEPER

    Bunches of large, sweet, cherry tomatoes ripen quite late in the season, but carry on cropping when most others have long-gone. And when picked, either kept on the truss or singly, they have an astonishing shelf life if stored in a cool place. We were still eating the trial crop, which slowly develop attractive rippled colours, well into February. This amazing new plant was sent to us by a customer. ... Learn More

    $3.35

  12. LINCOLN

    A compact, heavy-yielding main-crop which stands the heat better than most and also resists wilt. The plants produce 6-9 sweetly flavoured peas in dark green curved pods and are great for follow-on sowings, producing peas until September. ... Learn More

    $2.26

  13. 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

    $2.52

  14. LIVINGSTON'S DWARF STONE

    Good, solid, slightly-flattened red fruit, with thick walls and a good sweet flavour, ripen evenly and store well after picking. A mid-season, rather dwarf variety, it has relatively sparse foliage, allowing more plants per unit area. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.97

  15. 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

    $2.26

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