All Vegetable Seeds

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  1. BEAN 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

    $1.96

    (50 seeds)

  2. BEAN 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

    $1.96

    (25 seeds)

  3. BEAN PRIZEWINNER

    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

    $2.07

    (25 seeds)

  4. BEAN ROYALTY PURPLE

    A sprawling bush habit plant producing vivid purple,13 centimetre long, slightly curved pods with beige seed. Pods contain a natural blanching indicator causing them to change to green on boiling. ... Learn More

    $1.91

    (50 seeds)

  5. BEAN SCARLET EMPEROR

    A popular, good-yielding, old favourite English runner bean with striking red blossom and large pods which contain deep purple beans speckled with red or lavender when mature. ... Learn More

    $2.07

    (25 seeds)

  6. BEAN SCORPIO

    Medium to small beans, that average 15mm in width. Around 6-8 beans per pod, with good flavour and texture. White seeded. A very heavy early cropper. Plant spacing 20 x 60cm. Harvest from May to October (sow February to March unless otherwise stated). ... Learn More

    $2.07

    (40 seeds)

  7. BEAN SUPER AQUADULCE

    A very hardy, early-cropping, long-pod broad bean suitable for sowing in Autumn and again in Spring producing compact plants with 7-8 excellent tasting pale beans per pod. This famous variety for autumn sowing, is also known as 'Leviathan'. ... Learn More

    $2.07

    (25 seeds)

  8. BEAN THE SUTTON

    A dwarf (18"-24") self-supporting, bushy broad bean which can be spring-sown, or overwintered if protected using cloches. Perfect for the small or exposed garden this variety produces compact plants with multi-heads of beans with around 5 beans per pod. A heavy yielding plant, the beans are best harvested young for the best taste. RHS 'Award of Garden Merit' winner. ... Learn More

    $2.07

    (25 seeds)

  9. BEAN WITKIEM

    A very reliable and fast-maturing spring-sown broad bean, Witkiem gives heavy crops and tolerates cold weather well. It can be sown from February to May and the sturdy 3 foot high plants produce top quality, strong-flavoured white beans (usually five in a pod) which are well-suited to freezing. ... Learn More

    $2.13

    (25 seeds)

  10. BEET LEAF BULLS BLOOD SCARLETTA

    Beetroot leaves have long been put to both ornamental (in a flower border) and culinary use. Perfect for the production of both baby leaves and slightly larger salad leaves, it is amazingly tasty. Scarletta is an improved selection with a spectacular, deep red leaf colour and uniform growth. ... Learn More

    $2.02

    (100 seeds)

  11. BEETROOT ALTO F1

    Sweet long cylindrical roots which are perfect for slicing, salads or pickling. With a deliciously tender texture, they have rich red, ring-less inner flesh and this variety will store well over a long period . ... Learn More

    $2.56

    (150 seeds)

  12. BLACK BEAUTY

    Popular and reliable with gardeners since Edwardian times, Black Beauty is an early-medium variety of aubergine. The sturdy plants grow to about 1.2 metres tall and produce good crops of 10-15 centimetre long glossy, purple-black, oval fruit. ... Learn More

    $2.13

    (40 seeds)

  13. BLACK CURRANT (RIBES NIGRUM)

    One of the favourite fruits of the temperate world, blackcurrants produce numerous clumps of sweet, juicy, black fruits, heavily laden with vitamin C and countless other good vitamins, which are unbeatable for jams and juices. These ready-stratified seeds were harvested from some of the best cultivars in the world. Habits will vary a little but all plants will produce several kilograms of fruit when established. The dried leaves are sometimes used to make tea. These valuable plants are also amazingly hardy, surviving to below minus 40 F (which coincidentally is minus 40 C), with little problem. Their main competitor for vitamin C production, the lemon tree, is long dead at this temperature. Prune very old wood back occasionally and these plants will give fruit for very many years. ... Learn More

    $2.89

    (70+ seeds)

  14. BLACK FOREST

    This dark green, flat-round, kabocha type winter squash, averages 3-4 lb and has deep orange flesh which is medium dry and sweet. It is popular for its strong yet sweet, moist, fluffy texture, which bears a remarkable resemblance to chestnuts. ... Learn More

    $3.76

    (4 seeds)

  15. BLACK SALSIFY

    This lesser known vegetable delivers heavy yields with outstanding flavour. Strange to look at, the long black-skinned roots have a delicate and subtle taste. It matures as a very long black tapering root rather like a thin parsnip and is grown in a similar way. Keeps well in the ground all winter long (the longer they are left the larger they will grow) - and will still be good to eat right through to March. ... Learn More

    $2.23

    (60+ seeds)

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