All Vegetable Seeds

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  1. CARICA PAPAYA

    Carica Papaya, the Papaya, Pawpaw or Fruta Bomba, is a fruit tree that comes from sub-humid tropical regions of South America and Central America, especially Mexico, where, in the open ground it often reaches up to 8 meters high and 4 meters wide. These trees can make extremely attractive specimens with palmed leaves when grown in a large pot indoors. The succulent yellow and green fruits, with yellow-orange pulp and weighing up to 1kg, grow attached to the trunk. Although there are now hybrids that can have both sexes, the male trees have cream flowers whilst the female trees have white-yellowish flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.38

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    CASPERITA F1

    A hybrid 'Munchkin' type producing small, white pumpkins, typically 750 grams in size. Fruits feature excellent skin finish and strong handles. Fruit diameter 12-14cm in size. Recommended cropping of 5-10 fruits per plant. ... Learn More

    $3.31

  3. CHAMOMILE

    This attractive herb produces pretty white flowers with yellow cone-shaped centres and light green feathery foliage. The flowers give off an apple-like fragrance when crushed and this gives the herb its name - chamomile comes from the Greek for "earth-apple". It is widely used in herbal medicine, often as an aid to sleep and a remedy for digestive problems. ... Learn More

    $2.90

  4. CHANTENAY ROYAL

    A short, stump-shaped carrot which gives heavy yields. The roots have a golden-orange flesh and a sweet taste which retains flavour even when large. These carrots, which rarely split are the ones to choose if your soil is heavy. ... Learn More

    $2.50

  5. CHERRY ROMA

    Here is the best grape/plum-cherry tomato available, with an incredibly heavy fruit set of 1" long plum-shaped fruits, hanging in heavy bunches, that keep well for extended periods. This addictive, absolutely unmissable mid-season variety, produces an abundance of fruits bursting with sweet fresh grape tomato flavour, ready to add sparkle to a salad, or become an instant snack. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $3.31

  6. CHERVIL CURLED

    Chervil is a hardy annual herb which can be used almost all year round. Its rich savoury flavour makes it a good accompaniment to fish and meat dishes and it is also part of the classic French herb mixture "fines herbes" (along with tarragon, chives and parsley). The leaves can be used as parsley substitute when adding a garnish to dishes. It is also used in folk medicine as an aid to digestion. ... Learn More

    $2.77

  7. CHILTEPIN

    One of the world's hottest peppers, this one must be eaten or even handled with care, measuring from 50,000 to 250,000 on the Scoville scale. Whilst the heat is intense, it is not very enduring, and referring to this, in Mexico, the heat of the Chiltepin is called arrebatado meaning rapid or violent. As it ripens it progresses from green through black, and finally to red, and is sometimes called the "mother of all peppers" because it is believed to be the oldest form of Capsicum annuum. ... Learn More

    $2.97

  8. CHINESE BLACK PEARL

    Long, symmetrical trusses of attractive, almost identical, chocolate-brown, thin-skinned, tasty fruits, ripen at the same time. This vigorous new plant will give a long succession of ripening trusses into late autumn. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $3.10

  9. 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

    $3.31

  10. 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

    $2.36

  11. 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

    $2.56

  12. 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

    $2.56

  13. CHOCOLATE CHERRY

    Probably one of the most attractive tomatoes you will ever grow, this is the so-called 'next generation' Black Cherry. Heavy crops of uniform, round, sweet, tasty, acid-free cherry tomatoes are produced, in a distinctive burgundy-brown shade, and seemingly resistant to cracking or splitting. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $3.58

  14. CHOCOLATE STRIPES

    This absolute beautiful variety has a quite unique appearance being dramatically striped and slashed in brown, with almost no seeds and firm thick flesh. The distinctive flavour is strong but not acidic. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $3.31

  15. CHRISTMAS GRAPES

    Large bright scarlet-red cherry fruits grow in grape-like clusters on this high-yielding plant. The fruit is sweet and juicy with a strong and delicious flavour. The indeterminate plants are very ornamental and productive producing 1" fruits right up to frost, the name referring to the fact that the fruits are produced right into late autumn. (Cordon) ... Learn More

    $3.44

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