All Vegetable Seeds

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  1. CHICORY ROSSA DI TREVISO

    The classic tall Italian radicchio, upright with red and white striped leaves that are very crunchy, long, erect and enveloping with large white, crisp stalks. It is a very early variety that is suitable for harvesting from the end of summer and throughout the winter. Radicchio also grows well in containers, pots, or raised beds. It can be interspersed between plants in your garden, the red leaves are very showy; it grows well under leaves of other plants in partial shade and has a high resistance to cold. . ... Learn More

    $2.32

    (150 seeds)

  2. CHICORY ROSSA DI VERONA

    This Italian heirloom chicory is similar to lettuce but with a more distinct flavour. For use in salads or cooked, it produces deep red, heart shaped, white veined leaves wrapped tightly around one another to form a solid, round head. These tender and crunchy leaves have a slightly bitter, sharp flavour which mellows when grilled or treated with a hot oil dressing. ... Learn More

    $2.32

    (150 seeds)

  3. CHICORY VARIEGATA DI CASTELFRANCO

    A wonderfully decorative chicory with green leaves blotched red and forming an inner loose head of red and white in autumn. An ancient variety developed in the 18th century in the Castelfranco region of Northern Italy. This chicory is one of the hardiest and easiest to grow from seed anytime in the year. Leave it to heart up, or eat it as a cut-and-come-again leaf in a mixed salad bowl. ... Learn More

    $2.13

    (650 seeds)

  4. CHINESE CABBAGE MICHIHILI

    This new, softer, loose-leaf form of Chinese Cabbage has dense, narrow leaves with a deeper green outer colour, and lighter green to almost white interior leaves with wide, flat white celery-like ribs. It has a cylindrical, leafy head rather like a large romaine lettuce. The flavour of Chinese cabbages is more subtle and pleasant than our familiar European head cabbage, they are crisper and more refreshing and also less fibrous. Michihili was developed to have a stronger flavour than other cabbages. It can be sown in the spring for young salad leaves or in late summer for an autumn crop of full-sized cabbages. A dual purpose variety, the tender leaves are often used raw as a romaine lettuce would be, in salads or coleslaw. It can also be steamed whole, finely cut into slices for a salad, or cut coarsely for a stir-fry, the huge mature heads typically weighing up to 2 kg. ... Learn More

    $2.99

    (200 seeds)

  5. CHINESE YELLOW

    This mild cucumber can be used young for slicing but is more commonly used as a ingredient in Chinese soup-making. The fruit starts green, then turns yellow, before appearing a leathery, orangey-brown at maturity. Excellent yield. ... Learn More

    $2.13

    (20 seeds)

  6. CHIOGGIA

    The ball-shaped, mild and sweet roots of this Italian (1840's) heirloom are resistant to bolting and have light red skin. Cutting open reveals attractive alternating dark pink and white rings (another name is Candy Stripe Beet). ... Learn More

    $2.50

    (200 seeds)

  7. CHIVES

    An indispensable grass-like herb with a hollow centre that produces beautiful purple flowers, chives have a tasty, gentle onion flavour that complements a huge range of foods whilst the attractive flowers can also be used in salads. It is also said to keep black spot away from roses. ... Learn More

    $2.32

    (750 seeds)

  8. CHRISTMAS VEGETABLE GIFT PACK

    The ten varieties in our vegetable gift pack give a range of unusual vegetables which make the perfect gift for a gardening friend or relative. You also save more than 25% compared to buying individually! The ten packets are: Detroit Red Globe (Beetroot), Tender and True (Parsnip), Tumbling Tom Red (Tomato), Red Marconi (Pepper), Giant Winter (Spinach), Merveille des Quatres Saisons (Lettuce), White Lisbon Winter Hardy (Spring Onion), Chantenay Royal (Carrot),Durham Early (Cabbage), Queensland Blue (Squash) The actual contents of the veg pack may differ slightly from the varieties listed above due to stock shortages. ... Learn More

    $19.52

  9. CICORIA DE CHIOGGIA

    This variety of chicory, a round red ball type chicory from Chioggia Italy, (Cicoria variegata de Chioggia) well-known for its compactness size and flavour, has very good winter hardiness. Round headed, greenish leaves turn a reddish-white and variegate as colder weather beckons and the heart formation becomes more noticeable. Leaves can be boiled to remove bitterness, whilst fresh chicory leaves add zest to a mixed salad. ... Learn More

    $1.95

    (500 seeds)

  10. CLIMBING FRENCH BEAN BORLOTTO LINGUA DI FUOCO 2

    One of the most attractive beans with bright green flat pods splashed with red which disappear on cooking (steaming helps to retain the colour). It can be used as a flageolet type. Attractive enough to be grown at the back of flower borders, this versatile Italian vegetable is also known as the fire-tongue bean. It can be used fresh or more traditionally, shell the beans, dry them and use during autumn and winter in a wide range of warming dishes. Climbing beans such as this variety should be supported in the same way as you would support runner beans. This family of beans is frost tender and cannot be sown until the weather has warmed up. ... Learn More

    $2.50

    (50 seeds)

  11. CLIMBING FRENCH BEAN COSSE VIOLETTE

    A wonderful climbing variety with lavender flowers and purple veined leaves. A prolific performer, it harvests over a long period in either glasshouse or out in the open, producing a heavy crop of beautiful deep purple, tender and string less pods which turn dark green on cooking. Climbing beans such as this variety should be supported much in the same way runner beans are. This family of beans is frost tender and cannot be sown until the weather has warmed up. ... Learn More

    $2.74

    (50 seeds)

  12. CONNOVER'S COLOSSAL

    The quality of these bright green spears with deep purple tips, and huge yield, is exceptional for a non hybrid. One of the most sought-after vegetables, asparagus is not difficult to grow if kept well-fed and weed-free, the delicately flavoured young shoots of asparagus being one of the great luxuries of the vegetable plot. Plants remain productive for at least 15 to 20 years. Plant this perennial vegetable just once and enjoy the succulent spears for years! RHS AGM winner. ... Learn More

    $2.56

    (100 seeds)

  13. CORIANDER

    This highly fragrant herb also known as Chinese parsley, originates from Asia and the Mediterranean, where the leaves (Cilantro) are used raw in salads and dressings, whilst the seeds (Coriander) are used to add flavour and dimension to curry dishes. ... Learn More

    $2.32

    (90 seeds)

  14. CORNELL'S DELICATA

    These very pretty, elongated white and green striped, dwarf fruit contain yellow flesh with a delicate and sumptuously nutty flavour, rich in vitamin A. This award winning compact Cornell strain gives excellent yields and has good disease resistance. ... Learn More

    $2.26

    (10 seeds)

  15. COUNTESS F1

    A superb main-crop variety of Parsnip which is known for its uniform, conical, white-skinned roots. Its flavour and taste are first rate and it is noted for its vigour and heavy yield. This hybrid is resistant to disease and adaptable to a wide range of soils and conditions. (RHS AGM winner) ... Learn More

    $2.93

    (200 seeds)

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