All Vegetable Seeds

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  1. ORANGE THAI

    The 7cm long, finger-shaped fruits are show-stopping when they turn from green to orange and can be used for either ornamental or culinary use. These really are quite hot so take care when cooking with them unless you have an iron tummy! Heat level 3-4. ... Learn More

    $3.12

  2. OREGANO

    This sweetly-smelling, aromatic foliage is commonly used in Mediterranean cuisine and is perfect sprinkled on lamb or pork before cooking. Also known as Pot Marjoram, it makes a useful, addition to the herb garden, the flowers produced in summer and autumn being used for flavouring after they have been dried. The strong aromatic flavour is perfect for rich meat dishes, grilled fish and for flavouring oils. ... Learn More

    $2.54

  3. OREGON SPRING

    An adaptable, high yielding, cold-tolerant plant that will do well in colder parts of the UK producing an early ripening tomato, with a classic deep red, thick, succulent, meaty, almost seedless flesh, and a juicy full flavour. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.66

  4. OREGON SUGAR POD

    An award-winning mange-tout sugar pea which produces pods in clusters of two rather than the usual one. Consequently, a very heavy yielding variety with good disease resistance. The sweet, crunchy pods are ideal for use in stir-fries. ... Learn More

    $2.54

  5. ORINOCO

    This RHS award winning dwarf French bean produces attractive, golden-yellow, straight pods which grow to about 5" in size and are easy to pick. This variety is quite disease resistant and is particularly suited to heavier soils. ... Learn More

    $2.34

  6. ORLOV'S YELLOW GIANT

    These sizeable, perfectly shaped orange-yellow beefsteaks have smooth shoulders, very little core, buttery firm orange flesh with small or no seed cavities and thick gel, with an outstanding flavour evocative of the famous Yellow Brandywine, although this ripens earlier. A vigorous mid to late season potato leaf plant, it stays healthy throughout the entire season. It is said to have originated with Count Aleksei Orlov, the famous animal breeder, horticulturist, and Russian War hero of the 18th century. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.86

  7. ORMSKIRK

    A traditional variety of open pollinated Savoy cabbage, Ormskirk has a medium-sized, compact head surrounded by the typical crinkled leaves and a fine, almost nutty flavour. The plants are quite hardy and can be harvested from Christmas onwards when many other vegetables are scarce. ... Learn More

    $2.08

  8. PABLO F1

    This tasty Royal Horticultural Society award winning beetroot is extremely versatile, with its small tap root making it well-suited for growing in containers. The uniform, smooth-skinned roots will stand for a long period without becoming 'woody', whilst the young leaves can be eaten as an alternative to spinach. ... Learn More

    $3.19

  9. PAINTED LADY

    An ancient Heirloom English variety of runner bean dating back to the 17th century with attractive bi-coloured red and white flowers. Compact plants produce tender pods best picked young for fresh flavour. ... Learn More

    $2.34

  10. PALERMO POINTED

    This red Dulce Italiano type pepper produces tasty, high quality, conical shaped fruits. In addition it is vigorous and works exceptionally well under cooler conditions, showing very good resistance to TMV. ... Learn More

    $3.06

  11. PARIS MARKET BARON

    A 19th century French heirloom, Paris Market Baron are deliciously tender, bite-sized, round carrots, with a very smooth skin. Early maturing and uniform, even in a window box, they are ideal for growing in shallow or stony soil. ... Learn More

    $2.14

  12. PARKIA SPECIOSA

    Flowers which secrete a sweet nectar that attracts bats and other pollinators, open in a light-bulb shaped mass at the end of long stalks. When the the flowers die, long, twisted, translucent pods emerge in clusters. With high levels of amino acids, this nutrition- packed bean has an unusual aroma, but in a scrumptious sort of way! Please do not be put off by some of the odd-sounding common names though! Just be reassured that this bean is one of favourite things to eat on this planet. In warmer countries it is revered in market places, dangled up for display, or promoted at the front of the stall, and restaurants that can obtain it hang it near the doorway, luring in the seduced guests. Finally, for those who wish to sample this incredible tasty bean delicacy, apparently this also endows the consumer with the same after effects as obtained by consuming asparagus! ... Learn More

    $3.77

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    PARTHENON F1

    This reliable and succulent F1 variety does not need insect pollination to set its crop of dark green, slightly speckled cylindrical fruit. This makes it ideal for growing in polytunnels as well as outside when the weather is so unpredictable. The first fruit set very early in the season and should be picked regularly to encourage further production. ... Learn More

    $2.92

  14. PATTISON'S PANACHE

    A very good yielding French Heirloom summer squash from the 1800's bearing green-banded, yellowish-cream, bowl-shaped scalloped fruits in abundance. Excellent eating! ... Learn More

    $2.34

  15. PAUL ROBESON

    This famous Russian tomato, named after the famous singer, has almost a cult following amongst tomato connoisseurs. Large, black-brick, solid-fleshed fruit have a fabulous, distinctive, sweet smoky flavour. Very rarely available. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.66

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