All Vegetable Seeds

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  1. AZOYCHKA

    Large, bright golden yellow, round to slightly flattened juicy fruit, have attractively lobed and bulged sections, without splitting. With few seeds and a large core, it has a strong, tangy, slightly acidic-fruity flavour, with a hint of citrus. It is productive for a long time, and matures quite early for such a large tomato, this being one of the better large yellow varieties, and it comes highly recommended.(Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.90

  2. BANANA CURRANT

    We crossed Banana Legs tomato with Goldrush Currant tomato and produced thick-skinned, gooseberry-sized fruits, literally bursting with flavour. But what surprise will the seeds from these produce? Do our trials for us and sow some now (Cordon). ... Learn More

    $1.61

  3. BARLOTTA LINGUA DI FUOCO

    "Tongues of fire" is an Italian climbing French bean, with attractive red-purple and green speckled pods. This versatile bean can be cropped young and the pods eaten as flageolets or allowed to mature when the ripe beans can be eaten as haricots. ... Learn More

    $2.52

  4. BASELBIETER ROTELI

    This Swiss variety of tomato is slightly larger than conventional cherry tomatoes and are rather blocky-ovaloid in shape. The fruit range in size from 10g to 50g and they have a good a ratio of sweetness to acidity with the former prevailing. The tomatoes also store very well. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.64

  5. BASIL BUSH

    A dwarf, compact variety of basil which is perfect for a kitchen herb garden or container box as it is one of the easier varieties to grow but also produces attractive, delicate white flowers. With a slightly sweet milder flavour, it is great to use with vegetables, cheese and in salads. ... Learn More

    $2.19

  6. BEACH MULBERRY

    Clusters of starry flowers later become bizarre fruits, which are usually oval in shape and at first green before turning yellow then almost white as they ripen, with a vague resemblance in shape to truffles and with a strong smell and sometimes bitter taste. This unusual tree from the coffee family has a native range extending through south east Asia and Australasia. One of the many uses for Morinda citrifolia is for its medicinal properties, in fact, for many cultures in Burma and Australia this fruit is a vital part of their diet. Polynesian healer used this plant for thousands of years to prepare effective remedies to various health challenges. In addition, the bark produces a brownish-purplish dye for batik-makin dyeing. In a study in Costa Rica, looking at its anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative effects, it reduced inflammation in rats significantly due to the presence of flavonoids, coumarins, iridoids and vitamin C! We cannot guarantee these effects in humans though........ ... Learn More

    $3.81

  7. BEAR CLAW

    Somewhat flattened and "cat faced", these huge tomatoes, pink inside, have that great, old-timey, strong tomato taste with low acid, and make the best tomato sandwiches ever with just one slice of tomato needed! Large half kilo fruit appear fairly early in the season, and then the fruit keeps coming larger and larger. They finally get so large that the branches droop even with only one fruit on it! Grow this one to win a biggest tomato competition! (Cordon). ... Learn More

    $3.10

  8. BEAUTY BELL F1

    This early-fruiting sweet pepper is an attractive blocky pepper with large,thick-walled, square-shaped fruits. They start off green and turn fiery red and are high yielding. They are suitable for growing in a greenhouse or in a sheltered position outside. ... Learn More

    $3.16

  9. BERKLEY TIE DYE

    Compact plants produce beautiful, very meaty 8-12 ounce fruit with almost no juice and with a sweet, rich, dark, outstanding, assertive tomato flavour. When you cut it open, what a beautiful pink and green colour! Many tomato experts prefer this port wine coloured beefsteak, with metallic green stripes, to the tomato Cherokee Purple. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $3.22

  10. BHUT JOLOKIA

    This rare old Indian variety, which unfortunately produces very few seeds indeed, was named the world's hottest chilli pepper in 2007. With a rough, dented skin in vibrant shades of orange and red this pepper is perfect for making pickles and adding spice to oriental dishes and is also known for its medicinal value for stomach ailments. ... Learn More

    $4.32

  11. BI-COLOR GOURD

    This amazing gourd produces up to fifty wonderfully-coloured fruits per plant! The bi-coloured, pear-shaped fruits are orange and green with a smooth, hard skin and looks incredibly attractive nestled in a harvest basket for autumnal decoration. ... Learn More

    $2.19

  12. BISHOP'S CROWN

    With a great fruity tang, and it's not too hot, this rare little beauty originates from South America. It is named from its winged shape resembling the flaps on a Bishop's Crown, which are milder and fruitier than the main medium heat part of the chilli (5,000-15,000 SHU). Ripening from light green to apple red, this beautiful ornamental variety crops and ripens later than the majority of other chillies, hence its nickname ‘Christmas Bell’. ... Learn More

    $3.03

  13. BLACK AISBERG

    A regular-leaved, Russian beefsteak variety, producing attractive, deep reddish-brown fruit with darker shoulders, weighing between 4 and 8 oz. 'Aisberg' means 'Iceberg' in Russian. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.64

  14. BLACK BEAUTY

    Popular and reliable with gardeners since Edwardian times, Black Beauty is an early-medium variety of aubergine. The sturdy plants grow to about 4 feet tall and produce good crops of 4" to 6" long glossy, purple-black, oval fruit. ... Learn More

    $2.39

  15. BLACK CURRANT (RIBES NIGRUM)

    One of the favourite fruits of the temperate world, blackcurrants produce numerous clumps of sweet, juicy, black fruits, heavily laden with vitamin C and countless other good vitamins, which are unbeatable for jams and juices. These ready-stratified seeds were harvested from some of the best cultivars in the world. Habits will vary a little but all plants will produce several kilograms of fruit when established. The dried leaves are sometimes used to make tea. These valuable plants are also amazingly hardy, surviving to below minus 40 F which coincidentally is minus 40 C, with little problem. Their main competitor for vitamin C production, the lemon tree, is long dead at this temperature. Prune very old wood back occasionally and these plants will give fruit for very many years. ... Learn More

    $3.22

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