All Vegetable Seeds

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  1. RADISH WATERMELON

    A large, sweet heirloom Chinese Daikon radish which is white outside with green shoulders, whilst the inside is red giving a stylish presentation when sliced. Also called "red meat" radish, but can safely be eaten by vegetarians! ... Learn More

    $2.83

    (150 seeds)

  2. RADISH WHITE HAILSTONE

    An excellent early (3-4 weeks) white spring radish. Very mild taste and maintains its crisp texture for a long time. The radish itself is slightly larger than similar early globe types. ... Learn More

    $2.03

    (150 seeds)

  3. RADISH ZLATA

    A round radish with distinctive yellow skin and white flesh. Resistant to cracking and bolting. Harvest after 35-40 days. ... Learn More

    $2.40

    (175 seeds)

  4. RAMBUTAN

    Sweet, spiky-shelled, lychee-like fruits are produced twice a year, yielding crops in August and January. Growing seasons vary, however, in all of the tropical countries where it flourishes. Truly tropical, Rambutan trees love warm, humid climates, but also make perfect potted plants for indoors, although for non-tropical areas they can cope with temperatures down to 10 °C in the open. They are grown commercially within 12–15° of the equator where they do best in deep soil, clay loam or sandy loam rich in organic matter, and thrive on hilly terrain as they require good drainage. Fresh seeds and rarely available. ... Learn More

    $6.77

    (3 seeds)

  5. New

    RAMONTCHI

    A slow-growing, ornamental, spiny evergreen shrub or tree bearing small deep red to purple, plum shaped fruit. It tolerates frequent trimming and can be closely planted to form a tall hedge, windbreak or boundary screen. The soft, juicy pulp of the fruit can be acidic in flavour and is often used to make jams, preserve and jellies. The bark, leaves and root are used medicinally in parts of Asia and Africa. ... Learn More

    $2.95

    (10 seeds)

  6. RASPBERRY

    Probably the most popular of all soft fruits, this is one of the most important modern commercial plants. These seeds have been collected from a mixture of the many commercial forms we grow here and will produce large, sweet, red fruits, and all seeds have been ready stratified and cleaned and are ready to sow. Botanically, red raspberry cultivars derive from hybrids between R. idaeus and R. strigosus. Recent breeding has resulted in cultivars that are thorn-less and more strongly upright, many forms not needing staking. ... Learn More

    $3.48

    (30 seeds)

  7. RASPBERRY ' BLACK JEWEL'

    Very rarely available, seeds of this exciting, completely hardy plant, which comes true from seed, produce vigorous, fast-growing and tall/erect black raspberry plants. These are versatile enough to be grown almost anywhere, the fruits having a unique colour with large, darkest purple-black fruits, full of anthocyanins, which are good for your health, and also have a special distinct 'perfumed' taste. They are less tart than blackberries, which they superficially resemble, and this makes them better for eating fresh, although they also make good jams. Billing them as a so-called superfood and describing them as tasting like raspberry jam seems to have been a hit with shoppers. Black raspberries are the first raspberries to ripen in the spring, - with a very concentrated period of ripeness - and can be harvested in two or three passes. It also has beautiful white-backed foliage on long, attractive, blush-white canes, and is less susceptible to cane diseases and root death than most other types. ... Learn More

    $3.60

    (12 seeds)

  8. RASPBERRY FALL GOLD

    Golden raspberries are a rare and exquisite juicy treat, sometimes sold as a novelty berry at specialist markets when they command a very high price. Sweeter than red ones, they completely lack the sharp acids and natural red dyes of red ones, so for lovers of sweet fruits they are absolutely perfect. They are rarely eaten by birds the usual thieves, because they are not generally interested in the yellow fruits, so no special protection is needed! As well as being extremely hardy, they are primocane raspberries..... (yes a rare word), meaning they bear fruit on the first year canes. But the subsequent final potential is for TWO fruit crops, the first in late July, then a second bigger yield in September, October, and incredibly even into a mild November, and we didn't believe it until we grew them, right into the first frosts! Grow these raspberries and amaze your guests, and who wouldn’t want to enjoy a yellow raspberry jam or a dessert with sweet yellow raspberries? ... Learn More

    $3.96

    (20 seeds)

  9. New

    RASPBERRY GOLD LEAF

    This rare, unique, and valuable new plant bears heavy bunches of sizeable, deliciously sweet, bright red raspberries, which ripen in late summer and well into autumn, very late in the year when all other similar raspberries have long finished. But they are clad in striking, bright golden yellow leaves which are completely resistant to scorching whatever the weather, making a distinctive statement, whether in the garden or in a large pot on the patio. These unusual plants are called primocanes, meaning they fruit a year EARLIER, on stems that have grown up the SAME YEAR, not the second year as with normal raspberries! And so, the subsequent final potential is for TWO fruit crops, the first in late July, then a second bigger yield in September, October, and incredibly even into a mild November. And finally, it is completely hardy and can resist temperatures as low as -35° Celsius, making it surely the most attractive raspberry ever produced, even mixed with shrubs and flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.60

    (10 seeds)

  10. RASPBERRY 'RUBY RED'

    Sizeable, delicious, astonishingly purplish raspberries ripen from early summer onwards for a considerable length of cropping time. This superb multi-branching, compact, thornless raspberry produces fruits which really are an unusually deep shade of reddish-purple. Very heavy-cropping, and growing to barely 1 metre tall, it produces much more than a kilogram of fruit from each plant once established. Being dwarf and bushy it needs no support, and is ideal for the patio or border, or even in a large pot or container. ... Learn More

    $3.60

    (20+ seeds)

  11. RED CURRANT (RIBES RUBRUM)

    These gorgeous fruits are closely related to blackcurrants, but are generally grown more like gooseberries in individual groups. They thrive well in northern regions and tolerate part shade well, but the fruits will ripen more quickly and taste sweeter if given some full sun. Although they look very similar, they have a quite addictive and completely different taste from those of their black relatives, with only a few largish seeds being produced. They make superb jams and pie fillings too! ... Learn More

    $3.36

    (30+ seeds)

  12. RHUBARB VICTORIA

    This variety has established the gold standard by which to judge good rhubarb! Large, fat stems, a bright red skin, lack of stringiness, and finally a tart, apple-gooseberry flavour with a hint of lemon or grapefruit. The creator of this famous heirloom rhubarb in the 1830s was Joseph Myatt of Manor Farm in Deptford, England. The two physical characteristics of ‘Victoria’ that really made it stand out from other varieties were its bright red colour and large stems. ... Learn More

    $2.87

    (50 seeds)

  13. SALAD LEAF ORIENTAL MIX

    Hotter than the spicy mix this combination of baby leaf varieties includes Red Giant Mustard, Green Giant mustard, Green Pak Choi, White Pak Choi, Mizuna and Tatsoi Tah Tsai. ... Learn More

    $2.13

    (400 seeds)

  14. SALAD LEAF RED VEINED SORRELL

    An attractive perennial herb, the leaves of red veined sorrel have a velvet texture and are light green with a strong blood red colouration of the veins and stem. Small amounts added to salads add colour whilst also adding a touch of bitterness. The herb is also suited for cooking with eggs or as part of stuffings and soups. ... Learn More

    $2.01

    (100 seeds)

  15. SALAD LEAF ROCKET

    This quick-growing, deeply-notched leaf (also called Cultivated Rocket) is becoming a firm favourite either for salad use or cooked, when it makes a good spinach substitute. With a delicious nutty, peppery taste it is ideal for window-sill or garden growing. ... Learn More

    $2.13

    (1000 seeds)

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