Other Vegetable Seeds

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  1. 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

    $2.32

  2. LEMON FRUIT (CITRUS LIMON)

    This famous, long-lived tree opens its clusters of extremely fragrant white flowers, followed by big ovoid fruits which are green when young and later ripen to bright yellow. As well as producing a large crop of fruit, it also makes the ultimate architectural courtyard plant in warmer countries, or is perfect in a container on a patio conservatory or cold greenhouse specimen as it can tolerate temperatures down to -5C. ... Learn More

    $3.68

  3. LONG RED FLORENCE

    This Tuscany heirloom has long red bottle-shaped bulbs with an excellent mild-sweet flavour, so is particularly suited for use raw in salads. Can either be pulled young as spring onions or allowed to mature for August cropping. ... Learn More

    $2.19

  4. MANCHESTER MARKET

    Also known as Green Top Stone, this high yielding, hardy variety produces a heavy crop of large cream-white rounded turnips with a delicate flavour. They are easy to grow, store well in winter and can be planted late and then eaten throughout winter and spring. ... Learn More

    $2.32

  5. MARKETMORE

    A very reliable English heirloom outdoor ridge variety of cucumber with good resistance to cucumber Mosaic Virus and mildew, which also tolerate dry conditions, making them easy to grow. They produce rich, prickly, emerald green cylindrical fruits with a high, continuous yield. ... Learn More

    $2.39

  6. MASTERPIECE

    An early outdoor British ridge cucumber. This reliable cultivar produces heavy yields of 8 inch long, plump, dark green-skinned cucumbers. The flesh is crisp and white - perfect when sliced up in summer salads. ... Learn More

    $2.32

  7. MEDLAR

    This ancient hardy fruit looks like a cross between a small apple and a huge rosehip and when ripe is surprisingly hard and green. They must be picked at this stage, but are not edible until they have become half rotten or ‘bletted’, (what an ancient word!) when they turn brown and soft. In olden times they were stored in sawdust or bran in a cool dark place until they had developed an aromatic flavour. Very few of the large fertile seeds are ever produced. ... Learn More

    $4.32

  8. MINIPOP F1

    Minipop is delicious lightly steamed or stir-fried, and is also lovely raw in dips or salads as pre-dinner dips. It does not need to be sown in blocks and should be harvested when the silk tassels begin to show prior to pollination. ... Learn More

    $2.64

  9. MUSSELBURGH

    This famous and delicious Scottish 19th century heirloom variety of winter leek has large, very thick stems which have a fantastic sweet yet mild flavour. This variety is winter hardy and is slow to bolt. ... Learn More

    $2.39

  10. NAMENIA

    With a mild yet tangy flavour and crunchy texture, this superb leaf is perfect for salads, producing deeply serrated leaves in profusion. Very easy and fast to grow, it is ready to eat just a couple of weeks from sowing! It is a very early productive salad for unheated greenhouses and also outdoor use in spring and autumn, making a rosette of lobed leaves with a tangy spinach flavour. ... Learn More

    $2.39

  11. NERO DI TOSCANA

    This very resilient, easy to grow kale is resistant to heat and aphids and is high in fibre, iron and vitamins. The dark, deliciously flavoured, emerald-green loose leaves, which appear an eye-catching black at a distance, are perfect in many cooked dishes, or in salads. ... Learn More

    $2.39

  12. NEW ZEALAND SPINACH

    Vitamin-filled New Zealand spinach is milder tasting than its distant relation 'true spinach' and does not bolt in dry soils, making a triangular-leaved bush spreading 2-3 feet in all directions. (Discovered by Captain Cook in the 18th century!) ... Learn More

    $2.52

  13. ORMSKIRK

    A traditional variety of open pollinated Savoy cabbage, Ormskirk has a medium-sized, compact head surrounded by the typical crinkled leaves and a fine, almost nutty flavour. The plants are quite hardy and can be harvested from Christmas onwards when many other vegetables are scarce. ... Learn More

    $2.06

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    PARTHENON F1

    This reliable and succulent F1 variety does not need insect pollination to set its crop of dark green, slightly speckled cylindrical fruit. This makes it ideal for growing in polytunnels as well as outside when the weather is so unpredictable. The first fruit set very early in the season and should be picked regularly to encourage further production. ... Learn More

    $2.90

  15. PICCOLO F1

    A dual-purpose variety producing lots of nearly round green striped courgettes - great for kebabs! Can also be left to mature into small marrows, which are perfect stuffed. A neat spine-free bush habit. Perfect for containers. ... Learn More

    $2.90

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