All Vegetable Seeds

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    Named for its resemblance to the Scottish Tam o'Shanter hat, most Scotch Bonnets have a heat rating of 100,000–350,000 Scoville Units. This yellow form is really very, very hot, and just for comparison, most jalapeño peppers have a heat rating of 2,500 to 8,000. Fresh bonnets change from green to colours ranging from yellow to scarlet red and taste best fresh, but this thin-walled variety can also be frozen or pickled or even put in olive oil very successfully. They are used to flavour many different dishes and cuisines worldwide, and are especially useful in hot sauces and condiments. (Heat-4) ... Learn More



    This very heavy-cropper originated in Sheboygan, Wisconsin where it has been grown since the early 1900s by Lithuanian immigrants. The pink skinned 4-6 ounce fruits have excellent flavour and heavy yields, and are great in casseroles or stews or even for preserving. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    A purple podded snow pea variety producing attractive, flat, purple pods with good flavour. Very slow seed development and are often used in stir fries. Resistant to Powdery Mildew. Can be sown from March to June (or in November if overwintering). ... Learn More



    This extremely cold-hardy Siberian Kale, which originated in Russia, has flat, broad, deeply-cut and ruffled blue-green leaves which grow on long, succulent, sweet stalks. A heavy frost just improves the flavour of these large, hardy rosettes which reach about 60cm (24") in diameter at maturity. ... Learn More



    This Hubbard type squash grows vigorous 5 metre vines, on which grow slate-blue teardrop-shaped fruits with very shallow ribs weighing around 5 kilos. An excellent storage squash, its medium-thick orange flesh is flavourful and sweet, becoming becomes drier and richer with storage, finally reaching its peak right after the turn of the New Year. ... Learn More



    A compact early Russian bush variety with unique carrot-like silvery-green foliage which is reportedly more resistant to disease than more conventional- leaved varieties. Growing to about 18 inches high, it is ideal for growing in containers, producing good yields of 3 inch diameter meaty fruit. (Bush) ... Learn More


  7. New


    Red skinned variety which produces elongated pinky red bulbs with an outstanding sweet flavour. Continental type very popular in France and Southern Europe. Perfect as a raw slicer. ... Learn More


  8. SIOUX

    Developed and released by the University of Nebraska in 1944, this old favourite has got a fabulous balance of sweet and acidic, resulting in a rich and delectable flavour. One of the best-known historic tomatoes, the medium-sized fruit are productive and early. In the mid-fifties (prior to the advent of hybridized tomatoes), this became one of the most popular varieties of tomato in the US. In 1947, Oscar H. Will & Co. stated, "It out-yielded all other varieties in South Dakota trials. "Then along came the hybrid types and this (along with many other kinds) fell out of favour". ''Which?' Magazine noticed the glories of this now old variety, and its popularity is now gaining strength. It is easy to grow under glass or outside in a sheltered position, and is a semi-bush variety, meaning that you side shoot the plant for the first couple of feet. It then branches out and becomes bush-like at the top of the plant. ... Learn More



    This squash with small teacup shaped fruits in an attractive mix of smooth ivory skin and striking green stripes is perfect for individual servings. These diminutive fruits with tender, sweet, sunset orange flesh are perfect for baking or stuffing and can be kept for up to 4 months. ... Learn More



    A versatile early cauliflower which can be used all season. Introduced in 1888, the compact plants form 6" wide snow white heads with crisp, tender curds which are well-protected by the outer leaves. The variety is downy mildew resistant. ... Learn More



    This lovely pale-skinned fruit is an excellent cropper, making a brilliant contrast with dark-fruited tomatoes in a salad. It has a delightfully intense, sweet and fruity taste with just a tiny amount of acid to keep it from being bland, so it is very refreshing. In England it was rated second in the RHS Tasting Trials for a cherry tomato in 2007! Cordon. 75 days from transplanting. ... Learn More



    Solar Yellow carrots have a unique juicy buttery flavour and characteristic crunch. The 6"-7" roots are broad at the top and through most of their length. Harvest young finger-sized carrots if eating them raw. ... Learn More



    This potato leaf variety has large, blemish free, pink, beefsteak-type fruits with yellow/green on top fading into pink. The thin-skinned, firm, meaty flesh has a very refreshing flavour and a higher yield then Brandywine. This ancient family heiroom came from a Polish family from Krakow, Poland, who immigrated to Cleveland, Ohio, around 1900. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    A rare, old traditional Russian potato-leafed plant with black-shouldered, slightly-flattened, blackish-red fruits which are packed with dark, juicy, strong-flavoured flesh. Reputed to be darkest of all when grown in very warm conditions. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    This two-toned globe-shaped radish with clear and white crunchy textured flesh and mild peppery bite, is a heirloom from Victorian times. It grows easily and quickly and can be harvested just over three weeks after sowing. ... Learn More


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