All Vegetable Seeds

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  1. BORAGE

    This popular herb has attractive white edged hairy leaves which are tender and juicy and can be used in salads and drinks. Delicate star-shaped blue flowers (perfect in cold drinks!) appear all summer long. An intriguing talking point whether in the herb or flower garden. Also known as "The Starflower", it is an annual herb originating in Syria, but naturalized throughout the Mediterranean region, as well as Asia Minor, Europe, North Africa, and South America. ... Learn More

    $2.77

  2. BORECOLE 'MIDNIGHT SUN'

    This kale variety has a deep red textured leaf and a striking pink mid vein running through the leaf and can function as an attractive ornamental addition to the vegetable plot. A versatile variety that is suitable for multi-cut production. Best suited to baby leaf but will also work well as a mature plant. ... Learn More

    $3.81

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    BORLOTTO TINTORETTO

    An improved Supremo Nano type, this dwarf Borlotto variety produces a heavy crop of colourful beans. Good vigour even in unfavourable conditions; early to mature. Pods typically 16-18cm long and predominantly red in colour, with 8-9 beans per pod. Resistant to BCMV. ... Learn More

    $2.71

  4. BOUNTIFUL

    These small and compact plants are slightly more erect than Tumbling Tom and carry bunches of small cherry-sized fruits. Giving excellent germination they are ideal for the smaller greenhouse or conservatory. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $3.03

  5. BRAD'S BLACK HEART

    Compact plants with unusually wispy foliage, produce medium to large purple-black heart shaped fruit. It is quite early for a large fruited tomato, ripening usually at the end of July with a very good flavour. This is the first known black heart-shaped tomato, found originally by Brad Gates in the USA (Wild Boar Farms) in a patch of several thousand Black Krim plants. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.97

  6. BRANDYSWEET PLUM

    These jade-pink, elongated cherry fruit possess the superb, rich, sweet, complex flavors of Brandywine combined with the pronounced sweetness of Sweet 100 with which it was crossed. Reputedly it is is difficult for these large, slightly elongated pink cherry tomatoes to make it out of the garden and into the kitchen because of their superb taste. This potato-leafed tomato is a new favourite in the USA and was voted best-tasting cherry type at a tomato convention. ... Learn More

    $3.22

  7. BRANDYWINE BLACK

    This potato-leafed variety is one of the most famous of all heirloom tomatoes, giving large, often irregularly-shaped, rosy-purplish fruits. These are firm-fleshed but have a distinctive, mild flavour. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $3.10

  8. BRANDYWINE SUDDUTH'S STRAIN

    No gardener should be without this Brandywine tomato that is legendary for its strong delicious taste, and this one is considered by many to be the most delicious strain available. The large deep pink beefsteak fruit can grow 0.5-1 kilo and are quite late maturing. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $2.90

  9. BRAZILIAN OVAL ORANGE

    The attractive oval aubergine fruit of this rare variety are borne in heavy clusters on bushy habit, very productive, erect plants with dark green foliage that provides plenty of cover from the sun to prevent sun-scald. Despite the name, the fruit colour changes from green through orange to scarlet. Another aubergine variety which is often grown ornamentally. ... Learn More

    $2.64

  10. BROAD LEAVED SORREL

    Broad-leaved Sorrel is a perennial herbaceous staple of the kitchen garden. The leaves can be eaten either raw or cooked with their acidic taste being likened to limes, lemons, rhubarb and wild strawberries. When cooked it often accompanies egg, fish and makes a delicious ingredient to soups. Once established the plant can be harvested over several years as a cut-and-come again crop. ... Learn More

    $2.45

  11. BULGARIAN CARROT

    A very, very high yielding, dwarf heirloom plant absolutely dripping with big clusters of small, crunchy fruits that look just like carrots but have a spicy, fiery bite! Perfect for containers or greenhouse. (75 days from transplanting. Heat-4) ... Learn More

    $3.03

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    BULLACE

    Bullaces are ancient trees, but nowadays are little known and rarely seen. They produce small round wild plums which resemble damsons in many respects, the fruit colour varying from a purple damson colour to a pale yellow, or even green when completely ripe. The fruit is in clusters, almost like tight bunches of grapes, and although they are sometimes used for culinary use they are perfectly sweet enough to eat straight off the tree when ripe, when they simply fall off when touched! They are very hardy and can be grown throughout the whole of the UK. Confusion reigns as to the origins of the different types of wild bullace, Black, White and Shepherd's. They were well known to Tudor gardeners and the origin of the name points to very old origins. Bullace fruit fell out of culinary favour many years ago as they are not as large or attractive as damsons. They do fruit later, however, and are also a favourite of birds and for wildlife in a hedge. Like damsons, though, they are tough as old boots, long-lived and fruit reliably every year. ... Learn More

    $3.81

  13. BUSH BABY F1

    An attractive baby marrow which only grows to three quarters the size of a normal marrow. The bush habit and relatively small size, but high yield, make it an ideal choice for growing in tubs or containers. ... Learn More

    $2.52

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    CAPITANO

    A yellow, flat podded Romano type bean. Vigorous plant with even pod set. Pods typically 15cm in length, by 2cm wide. Pod colour develops at early stage. Plant typically 50cm in height. ... Learn More

    $2.64

  15. CARAWAY

    Also known as meridian fennel, or Persian cumin, this ancient plant is native to western Asia, Europe and Northern Africa. Very similar in appearance to other members of the carrot family, it has finely divided, feathery leaves with thread-like divisions, whilst the main flower stem bears umbels of white or pink flowers. The seeds (or more correctly, fruits), usually used whole, have a pungent, aniseed-like flavour and aroma that comes from essential oils, mostly carvone and limonene and they are often used as a spice in breads, especially rye bread. It is also used in desserts, liquors, casseroles and curries. It is commonly used in British caraway seed cake and is also added to sauerkraut and Akvavit and several liqueurs are also made with it. The roots may be cooked like parsnips or carrots and the leaves are sometimes eaten raw or cooked. Caraway also has a long tradition of medical uses, primarily for stomach complaints, as most babies who have been given 'gripe water' will know. ... Learn More

    $2.64

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