All Vegetable Seeds

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  1. IVORY F1

    A compact variety that produces small, oval shaped, creamy white fruits. Ideal for pots and containers. Spine free under normal growing conditions. ... Learn More

    $3.10

  2. JABUTICABA

    Purple fruit, 3–4 cm in diameter, with one to four large seeds, have white, sweet, juicy pulp, closely resembling grapes, and with a similar flavour, which can be eaten raw or be used to make jellies and drinks (plain juice or wine). They are borne directly on the main trunks and branches of the tree, giving a distinctive and very odd-looking appearance. They do well in tropical and subtropical climates, but will survive temperatures as low as 22-27F, even when young. They make attractive conservatory plants if grown in a large pot. They are native to the Minas Gerais region of Brazil, spreading into Bolivia, Paraguay, and Northern Argentina. Fresh seeds are very rarely obtainable. ... Learn More

    $4.52

  3. JACK BE LITTLE

    Jack-Be-Little is a small trailing pumpkin. Each plant can produce about 8 cute round, ribbed orange fruits which can be used for miniature Halloween lanterns. The flesh can be used for pumpkin soup and the hollowed out shell can be used for serving various stuffings. ... Learn More

    $3.08

  4. JAPANESE WHITE EGG

    This incredible plant produces large quantities of astonishingly attractive 2-3" oval, creamy white fruit all season long. The fruit have a delicate flavour with little trace of bitterness and are absolutely perfect for use in stir frying. ... Learn More

    $3.66

  5. JIMMY NARDELLO'S

    This variety of pepper was originally from Basilicata, a southern region of Italy and takes its name from seed saver Jimmy Nardello, who carried the seeds from Italy while immigrating to Connecticut in 1887. It is still registered as "endangered" on Slow Food USA's Ark of Tastes. This sweet pepper, which matures in 80-90 days from transplanting, produces 10"-12" fruits which are sweet and light when eaten raw, and considered one of the very best frying peppers, as its fruity raw flavour becomes perfectly creamy and soft when fried. ... Learn More

    $3.29

  6. KAGRANER SOMMER

    A splendid French Butterhead lettuce having mild, buttery flavoured leaves and well-formed hearts and excellent resistance to heat and bolting. The attractive, soft, thick crumpled leaves make this lettuce a favourite in many gardens. ... Learn More

    $2.48

  7. KALETTES GARDEN MIX F1

    Kalettes® comes from crossing kale with Brussel sprouts – a natural process, since they are both members of the Brassica family which also includes cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli. Its fantastic flavour is the result of combining the complex taste of the sprout with the mild, sweet 'nutty' taste of the kale. Its taste is milder and sweeter than a Brussels sprout making it very appealing for children and adults alike. You can leave them raw and maintain their nutty flavour, or cook them steamed, microwaved, stir-fried, boiled or blanched. Finally it is an excellent source of vitamin C and vitamin K. In addition, they are a good source of vitamin B6. With twice as much vitamin C and B6 as traditional Brussels sprouts, indeed Kalettes® are a nutritional wonder! ... Learn More

    $5.18

  8. KARMEN

    This superb open-pollinated variety produces flattened globe-shaped red skinned onions. The flesh is white with a sweet taste, alternating with rings of deep crimson. It works equally well in salads or for cooking and gives heavy crops which store well over long periods. ... Learn More

    $2.69

  9. KELVEDON WONDER

    A popular old favourite variety of second early/maincrop pea, Kelvedon Wonder, produces pods with up to 8 tasty wrinkled peas inside. It is resistant to Pea Wilt and tolerant to Downy Mildew and can be succession sown from March to July but is versatile enough to be sown in November, in well-drained soil, for an early harvest. ... Learn More

    $2.55

  10. KIWI FRUIT GOLDEN

    This superb fruit is relatively new on the scene, the golden variety being much sweeter, and the pulp softer, rather like a mushy fruit salad. The fruit has a smoother skin and a small nub or point on one end, whereas the green kiwi is slightly fuzzier, and symmetrically oval, and most people find the smooth skin more palatable. The plants do well to be pruned hard back at the end of each growing season. ... Learn More

    $4.04

  11. KIWI FRUIT. ACTINIDIA CHINENSIS DELICIOSA

    This vigorous climbing vine with large exotic-looking leaves is easily grown to produce hundreds of sweet fruits, or even as a screen to cover a dead tree, the new shoots produced each summer growing 10 to 15 feet or more. For a start grow several plants together, because plants are either male or female and only the females produce the fruit! It makes obvious economic sense to remove all but one male (think of a cockerel!) plant once the sex is confirmed. Stems should be cut back during the winter months, and the rooting area mulched with manure ensuring a yearly abundance of fruit. ... Learn More

    $3.42

  12. LEMON BALM

    This pretty mint relative is also called "Lemon Balm". Aromatic spikes of small white flowers, loved by bees, arise above lemon scented foliage. Plant it where you can brush against it and enjoy the perfume, or pick it to make lemon tea or add to soups, sauces or salad-dressings. The large, lemon scented green leaves are also excellent for flavouring salads, summer drinks, stuffings, poultry and fish. Well known for its medicinal value, the leaves can be infused with honey and water to energise, revive and calm the nerves. It really is quite a useful plant overall! ... Learn More

    $3.29

  13. LEMON CUKE

    Unusual lemon shaped cucumbers. Often used to make interesting looking pickles. Taste is rather mild if eaten raw, but if the fruit are harvested early, when the skin is tender and pale yellow, are well-suited for salads. Good producer. ... Learn More

    $2.48

  14. LEMON DROP

    An attractive variety introduced from Ecuador producing small bright lemon-yellow crinkled cone-shaped fruit. The peppers are hot but with a slight citrusy taste. Easy to grow and very productive. ... Learn More

    $2.67

  15. LITTLE GEM

    This is the perfect Cos Lettuce, being quick to mature, dwarf and compact, producing crisp, sweet, medium-sized hearts. It is resistant to root aphid and perfectly-suited to sowing March-July outdoors, and is also good under cloches. The solid hearts, which stand for a considerable time before going to seed, are highly esteemed by those who prefer a small, crisp lettuce. If ever a variety deserved its name it was Little Gem! RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Also Recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany. ... Learn More

    $2.69

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