All Vegetable Seeds

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    These fertile seeds have been collected from one of the best eating plums in the world, the Victoria. However, trees grown from them will almost certainly vary from the parent and will give a variety of different colours and flavours of fruits. This very popular English plum, especially good for culinary use, produces heavy crops of attractive red fruit with a sweet yellow flesh. It cooks to a distinctive pink-orange, making superb jam and is a good-flavoured filling for pies and crumbles. For eating fresh, leave the plums on the tree until they are fully ripe and soft, in mid-to-late August and even into September, when the skins will start to become a darker red rather than the more usual orange flushed colour. The name "Victoria" comes from Queen Victoria (1819–1901) the variety being first discovered in a garden in Alderton, Sussex in 1844. ... Learn More



    These lovely fruits need no description, being one of the healthiest foods you can eat, providing roughage as well as being sweet and juicy, so people in warmer countries can soon have a long-lived fruit tree in their garden! These plants also make attractive indoor container plants for growers in colder climates. ... Learn More



    Grow your own popcorn from start to finish. This very-best strain is as easy to grow as ordinary sweetcorn and will teach the kids where it comes from too. All it needs is a warm sunny patch in your garden and it will keep the kids amused all summer long! Simply harvest the cobs when ripe, strip the dry seeds and toss into a pan of hot oil. Don't forget the lid!! ... Learn More



    A French Heirloom winter squash with a delicate chestnut flavour. Its French name in fact derives from potiron (pumpkin) and marron (chestnut). The longer it is stored, the higher its sugar and vitamins increase. (AKA Hokkaido Squash). ... Learn More



    The "Custard apple tree" or Graviola is native to the Caribbean and Central America but is now widely cultivated in tropical climates throughout the world. From bright yellow flowers grow dark green, prickly fruits with soft bristles, which are egg-shaped and up to 30 centimetres long. The firm, white, tasty, juicy flesh is aromatic and is eaten and used as an ingredient in many foods and beverages, and processed soursop is widely available as a concentrate. In addition this is also one of the most commonly used medicinal plants in the Caribbean, with almost miraculous healing properties attributed to it. ... Learn More



    This very drought and disease resistant American heirloom variety produces bright scarlet, globe-shaped fruits which are distinctively flavoured and heavy-cropping. In 1943 the Burpee Seed Catalog stated, "The ideal, all-purpose tomato for growing in soil of high fertility" and in 1953, Farmer Seed & Nursery Co. in Minnesota stated, "We consider this the most valuable new introduction of the present time". A good variety even now to add to your list of desirable tomato varieties - this has certainly stood the test of time! (Cordon) ... Learn More



    Appropriately named, this is one of the most productive and largest of the cherry tomatoes, with evenly-sized golden fruits, the size of small apricots, with a vibrant, tangy, flavour. The heavy trusses have a very high level of crack-resistance. (Cordon). ... Learn More



    This popular and appropriately-named runner bean, performs exceptionally well, producing a good crop of medium-sized superbly flavoured beans with distinctively different seeds from other varieties. ... Learn More



    Strong potato-leafed plants produce a large crop of huge, slightly flattened, crack-resistant fruits with vivid, dark pink skin and crimson flesh with an excellent flavour. This one ranks very highly in American taste trials. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    The earliest beefsteak tomato to ripen has very soft, voluptuous fruits with a luscious, gentle flavour, which must be picked quickly before they split. The large, sprawling plants ideally should be staked to keep fruits off the ground. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    With a chart-topping smooth flavour and a famous name, these plump, egg-shaped, non-cracking purple fruits from the Ukraine have very good cold tolerance, and are probably the best of all of the 'black' tomatoes for keeping. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    This unusual deep purple form of the classic tomatillo verde makes a salsa with a difference. The fruits are still tart but with a little more sweetness than the standard green variety. The anthocyanins, which give the fruit its purple colouring, are a good source of antioxidants. The fruit turn purple in patches on the plant but become more uniformly purple if the fruit is exposed to sunlight on a windowsill after harvesting. The husks turn from green to buff as the fruit matures on the plant and make a fascinating garnish. ... Learn More



    A 19th century Italian heirloom which is quick maturing and well suited for cooler climes. The medium-sized roots, with a sweet and mild flavour are very flat with a bright purple top and a white base below soil level. ... Learn More



    A good, early plum type tomato with most unusual and attractive, feathery green leaves. The fruit has a tangy, quality taste and very juicy soft flesh, whilst its deep purple colour makes it ideal in salads. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    A good-keeping, turban-shaped Australian gunmetal-grey winter squash with a fine deep golden flesh that is both sweet and fine flavoured and packed with vitamin A. The high sugar content of the flesh makes it ideal for pumpkin pie. ... Learn More


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