All Vegetable Seeds

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  1. DARKMAR 21

    A high quality Bedfordshire variety of mid-late main crop Brussels Sprouts which produces a heavy yield of large, fine-flavoured, deep green sprouts from late November and on through the winter, even in the harshest weather. ... Learn More



    A really huge red beefsteak fruit which is smooth, nearly solid and often weighs more than 2 lbs. This variety holds the world record for the largest tomato ever grown and has excellent flavour, few and tiny seeds, and very little cracking. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    A 19th century US heirloom beetroot producing fantastic, smooth, uniform, ox-blood globular beet with luxuriant red-veined leaves. This variety is resistant to downy mildew and does well in all kinds of soils. ... Learn More


  4. DIANA

    This new introduction has a distinctive, attractive purple skin with a white tip. They are resistant to cracking and bolting and are quick to harvest - taking only 35-40 days from sowing to reach maturity and can be succession sown from spring until early autumn. ... Learn More


  5. DILL

    Giving a tangy addition to pickles, salad dressing and fish dishes, fresh dill is easy-to-grow during the summer and early autumn, and it is easy to dry to make it available throughout the year. Its green leaves are wispy and fern-like with a soft, sweet taste. The seeds are stronger and more flavourful than the leaves, and are commonly associated with the cuisines of Scandinavia and Germany. It is native to southern Russia, western Africa and the Mediterranean region. ... Learn More



    This mid-season Bulgarian heirloom (the name means 'friendship') is more resistant to disease, pests and adverse weather conditions than most other varieties making it an ideal choice for the novice tomato grower. It produces heavy crops of uniform, blemish-free 8-10 oz salad tomatoes. (Cordon) ... Learn More


  7. DUKU

    The sizeable tasty yellow fruits are usually round or oval with thick skins, and can be eaten raw or are often bottled in syrup. The seeds are small, with thick flesh, a sweet scent, and a sweet or sour skin. There are two main groups of cultivars, duku and langsat and also mixed duku-langsat varieties. Some parts of the plant can be used in making traditional medicine. The bitter seeds can be pounded, and mixed with water to make a deworming and ulcer medication. The bark is also used to treat dysentery and malaria, and powdered can also be used to treat scorpion stings. In the Philippines the dried skin is burned as a mosquito repellent and also burned as incense. ... Learn More



    One of the earliest and most reliable spring cabbages, Durham Early produces dark green medium-sized conical heads with good texture and tasty flavour. The tender leaves can be picked early for spring greens. ... Learn More



    This spiny, football-sized fruit with the divinely custardy flesh is as much a cultural icon as it is a treasured and eagerly anticipated food. It has been called "hell on the outside and heaven on the inside." Some people regard the Durian as having a pleasantly sweet fragrance; others find the aroma overpowering and unpleasant. The persistence of its odour has led to the fruit's banishment from many hotels and even public transportation in Southeast Asia. The trees themselves are pollinated by bats, and three to four months later, the fruit, each weighing several pounds, plummets down, already reeking with its characteristic aroma. Because of the short duration of its tasty ripeness, durians are expensive, and only by smell can one determine whether a durian is truly ripe. All parts of the durian tree are used in folk medicine, and the flesh itself is regarded as an aphrodisiac. The enormous and extremely valuable fresh seeds are very rarely available, but these are imported to us on a regular basis from Indonesia. ... Learn More



    Sweet, green-when-ripe fruits are smooth and round, ranging from three to five ounces, and barely change color upon ripening, although a pale pink blossom end blush develops on some of the fruit. The flavour of this mid-season variety is balanced, full and delicious. It originated from a cross between 'Golden Dwarf Champion', a medium fruited yellow dwarf, with 'Green Giant', made in 2006 by Patrina Nuske Small in Australia and was named after the gemstone Beryl, which exhibits colouring similar to the fruit. Now past its ninth generation, it is a quite stable open-pollinated variety although it still rarely produces the occasional off-type plant. ... Learn More



    These gorgeous medium size tomatoes are a deep orange color, with dark green shoulders on un-ripe fruits. The taste is excellent, well balanced, not too sweet and not too tart with 4-6 fruits per cluster. when the New Zealand heir to the title of 7th Earl of Edgecombe traveled to England to claim the title, he brought this tomato with him and gave the seed to the Henry Doubleday Foundation. ... Learn More



    Fruits are an unusual pink-grapefruit colour and our tasters said that they have a really unusual, different 'tomatoey' taste. More than 100 years old and still a brilliant producer of early and tasty 3-4 ounce fruits. (Cordon) ... Learn More



    Earlibird is an excellent, early-maturing, super-sweet hybrid, early variety producing 3 or more high-quality cobs, typically 8" in length. Along with Swift, this is probably the best variety to grow in most UK situations. ... Learn More



    This is one of the oldest types of Heirloom summer squashes grown in America pre-Columbus times. Superb golden squashes with curved necks are excellent for boiling or stir-frying into scrambled eggs. ... Learn More



    An early strain of this superb tasting carrot. The medium-length, uniform, blunt ended, tubular roots are deep orange with a very small core. They perform well in heavy soil and are suitable for deep freezing. ... Learn More


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