Other Vegetable Seeds

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  1. 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

    $2.24

  2. 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

    $5.25

  3. PEAR (FRUIT 'CONFERENCE')

    These fertile seeds were harvested from locally grown fruit trees which produce one of the very best eating and storing pears. Important, you may not grow absolutely identical pears from these seeds, as fruits produced will vary in size, sweetness and taste greatly, but you should certainly get a lovely new cultivar as new varieties are produced by growing large numbers of seedlings and choosing the best. Most seeds are hollow and very few fertile seeds are produced. These are selected good ones. ... Learn More

    $5.53

  4. 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

    $3.15

  5. New

    PINSTRIPE F1

    This unusual variety produces small, oval shaped, light purple fruits with creamy white stripes. Spine free under normal growing conditions. ... Learn More

    $3.57

  6. PLUM VICTORIA

    These fertile seeds have been collected from one of the best eating plums in the world, the Victoria. However, trees grown from them will almost certainly vary from the parent and will give a variety of different colours and flavours of fruits. This very popular English plum, especially good for culinary use, produces heavy crops of attractive red fruit with a sweet yellow flesh. It cooks to a distinctive pink-orange, making superb jam and is a good-flavoured filling for pies and crumbles. For eating fresh, leave the plums on the tree until they are fully ripe and soft, in mid-to-late August and even into September, when the skins will start to become a darker red rather than the more usual orange flushed colour. The name "Victoria" comes from Queen Victoria (1819–1901) the variety being first discovered in a garden in Alderton, Sussex in 1844. ... Learn More

    $3.71

  7. POPPING CORN

    Grow your own popcorn from start to finish. This very-best strain is as easy to grow as ordinary sweetcorn and will teach the kids where it comes from too. All it needs is a warm sunny patch in your garden and it will keep the kids amused all summer long! Simply harvest the cobs when ripe, strip the dry seeds and toss into a pan of hot oil. Don't forget the lid!! ... Learn More

    $2.66

  8. PURPLE TOMATILLO

    This rarely obtainable deep purple form of the classic tomatillo verde makes a salsa with a difference. The fruits have a little more sweetness than the standard green variety, and the anthocyanins, which give the fruit its purple colouring, are a good source of antioxidants. The fruit turn purple in patches on the plant but become more uniformly purple if the fruit is exposed to sunlight on a windowsill after harvesting. The husks turn from green to buff as the fruit matures on the plant and make a fascinating garnish. ... Learn More

    $3.57

  9. PURPLE TOP MILAN

    A 19th century Italian heirloom which is quick maturing and well suited for cooler climes. The medium-sized roots, with a sweet and mild flavour are very flat with a bright purple top and a white base below soil level. ... Learn More

    $2.31

  10. RADICCHIO PALLA ROSSA 3

    This reliable radicchio forms a gorgeous, firm, round dark-red and white head, which appears like a jewel when you pull aside the tattered clump of outer leaves. With a unique and tangy taste, it adds flavour, colour, and crisp texture to salads. Palla Rossa Special Chicory Seeds can be planted for summer or autumn harvest. Simply cut the heads at the soil level and they often regrow. Matures in 85 days. (Open-pollinated seeds) ... Learn More

    $3.08

  11. RED DRUMHEAD

    This popular heirloom variety produces a round solid heart in stunning red with dense leafy heads in a variety of red/purple shades. This easy-to-grow cabbage is perfect for cooking, pickling, coleslaw and salads, and is adaptable to heat, whilst also producing crops between mid summer and winter. ... Learn More

    $2.52

  12. RED VEINED SORRELL

    An attractive perennial herb, the leaves of red veined sorrel have a velvet texture and are light green with a strong blood red colouration of the veins and stem. Small amounts added to salads add colour whilst also adding a touch of bitterness. The herb is also suited for cooking with eggs or as part of stuffings and soups. ... Learn More

    $2.31

  13. RED VEINED SPINACH

    An attractive British spinach variety with dark green colour of the leaves broken up by decorative red veining and stems which become more pronounced as the plant grows. This spinach looks as attractive in the vegetable patch as it does on the plate. The plants can be harvested early as baby leaves for use in salads as well as using the mature leaves. This variety has good mildew resistance and is packed full of vitamins and calcium and iron for health. ... Learn More

    $2.73

  14. RHUBARB CHARD

    A colourful and tasty form of Swiss Chard with rich ruby-red leaf stalks and dark waxy green-purple leaves. The succulent mid-ribs can be cooked like asparagus and can also be harvested at the baby leaf stage for micro greens. Absolutely delicious! ... Learn More

    $2.59

  15. ROCKET WASABI

    This incredible new development has a flavour that is surprisingly similar to wasabi or horse radish, but compared to standard Wild Rocket, this strain is more vigorous, has a different leaf shape and is considerably more spicy. The leaves are a deep green colour and have a strong texture and can actually be harvested for baby leaf at 30-35 days from sowing. Previously only available in select and expensive supermarket salad bags, You can be lucky and grow this wonderful new salad addition in the UK before the top TV chefs get their hands on it. It adds a kick to salads, sandwiches and sushi, or you can use it with any dish that requires horseradish or wasabi paste as tons of flavour is packed into each leaf. Grow on the windowsill through autumn and winter for a cheap year round supply. One of the world's largest seed companies made this new strain their vegetable of the year in 2017! ... Learn More

    $2.73

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