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    Looking for the hottest pepper in the world? Well here it is, the Carolina Reaper. These violent red pods pack the ultimate punch.!! SERIOUS WARNING! These seeds and peppers really are extraordinarily hot. Please take care when handling the fruits, even when planting these seeds yourself. Coming in at an average of 1,569,000 Scoville Heat Units or SHU for short, these pointy-tailed masterpieces will impress. Do you think you have what it takes to grow your very own Carolina Reaper seeds? Very few valuable and scarce seeds available! ... Learn More



    A lovely hard-to-find heirloom from the mountains around Crab Orchard, Tennessee, producing large, meaty 1lb tomatoes, that are beautifully striped with red and orange with a low acid and sweet and mild flavour, perfect for eating like fruit. This good yielding variety is both attractive and delicious. An American grower says: "This tomato has a great taste and I don't like tomatoes that much, but this is my favorite and yes I do eat this one like fruit, you can't get this taste in the stores!" (Cordon) ... Learn More



    A very hot pepper, it sits very near to the top of the hot pepper scale, above the Jalapeno, and at between 10,000 and 20,000 Scoville units of heat, which parallels the famous Serrano pepper in terms of overall pungency. The taste is similar to the bright, crisp taste of the jalapeño, but is just a fraction sweeter. This rather rude and phallic-looking pepper usually grows to between four and six inches long, and ripens from green to a shocking-red, adding even more to the description of "The Most Pornographic Pepper" by Organic Gardening Magazine. Indeed, we were rather reluctant to sell such an offensive-looking thing, and we hope you will forgive us. ... Learn More



    A 17th century French heirloom originally from the garden of the Bishop of Rennes. An early variety which is well adapted to cooler climates. The fruit are smooth-skinned with slight ribbing and weigh about 2 lbs while the orange flesh has a superb sweet flavour, fine texture and delightful scent. ... Learn More



    The reason vast areas of La Mancha are dedicated to growing this variety is its incredible sweet taste which many people think resembles a water melon. The white flesh itself is similar to a honeydew with just a hint of gold around the seed cavity. The name translates as 'Toad Skin' and the skin of this Spanish-style melon does indeed resemble this amphibian with its mottled green skin with flecks of yellow and wrinkles when ripe, but it is wonderful to eat!. ... Learn More



    Pineapple tomatoes can grow to 2 lbs and average 16-24 oz! The distinctive sweet taste of the thick, solid flesh and fruity, low-acid, and smooth silky texture make them superb for eating fresh in salads. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    One of the most beautiful and expensive of all tomatoes, this unique, non-splitting fruit is ruffled like an accordion. The mild-tasting, soft, pink-fleshed fruit, with few seeds, are also semi-hollow so can be used for stuffing like a pepper. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    Late maturing, large heart-shaped pink fruits, occasionally very large, have a meaty texture, and a strong, sweet, old-fashioned flavour, whilst the skin is crack resistant. This variety copes well with dry conditions. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    Sometimes also known as Queen Anne's Pocket Melon, this very fragrant white-fleshed, long-established heirloom variety has quite small apple-sized fruits with an attractive yellow and orange-red striped skin. ... Learn More



    These brightly coloured, late maturing fruit discovered in a Russian market (and sometimes called 'Wonderlight') look just like lemons! And indeed they have a mild, citrusy sweet flavour along with solid meaty flesh. (Cordon) ... 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


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    Usually a pale green to yellow when ripe, this amazing fruit is much larger than a grapefruit, with sweet flesh and thick spongy rind. By far the largest citrus in the world, the pummelo can reach 12" in diameter. Similar in appearance to a large grapefruit, it is native to South and Southeast Asia and is a natural citrus fruit, not a hybrid, and is indeed one of the original citrus species from which the rest of cultivated citrus were produced by hybridisation. The pummelo tree itself bears most attractive white flowers and generally has a somewhat crooked trunk and low, irregular branches. Botanists amongst you may be interested in its large number of names worldwide which are appended below...... Chinese grapefruit, Assamese: ৰবাব টেঙা robab tenga • Bengali: বাতাবি লেবু batabi lebu, ছোলঙ্গ cholanga, জাম্বুরা লেবু jambura lebu • Gujarati: પપનસ papanas • Hindi: बतावीनीम्बू batawi-nimbu, चकोतरा Chakotara, पपरमास papar-mas • Kannada: ಚಕೋತ ಹಣ್ಣು cakota hannu • Konkani: तॉरंद toranda • Malayalam: കമ്പിളിനാരങ്ങ kampilinaranna • Manipuri: ꯅꯣꯕꯥꯕ নোবাব Nobab • Marathi: बंपारा bampara, चकोत्रा cakotra, पपन्नस papannasa • Mizo: kamalo • Oriya: ବାତାପି batapi • Sanskrit: करुण karuna, मल्लिकापुष्प mallikapuspa • Tamil: மெதுக்கு metukku, பம்பளிமாசு pampalimacu, பொம்மாசு pommacu • Telugu: పంపరపనస pamparapanasa • Urdu: چکوتره Chakotara ... 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


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