Other Vegetable Seeds

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  1. SNOWBALL

    A versatile early cauliflower which can be used all season. Introduced in 1888, the compact plants form 6" wide snow white heads with crisp, tender curds which are well-protected by the outer leaves. The variety is downy mildew resistant. ... Learn More

    $2.21

  2. SPICY MIX

    A special selection of baby leaves to give a tangy, yet not too hot, tasting salad. The mix includes Salad Rocket, Red Giant Mustard, Green Wave Mustard and Mizuna. ... Learn More

    $2.69

  3. STRAWBERRY SPINACH

    Confound your friends at dinner parties with "fruit" in the salad bowl! And you can eat the leaves of the same plant like spinach. And the roots like radishes too!! This very quick growing and amusing plant produces little red "strawberries" all the way along its stems. ... Learn More

    $2.83

  4. SWISS CHARD SILVER WHITE

    Actually native to the Mediterranean, this is one of the easiest varieties to grow and is an excellent source of vitamins and iron. The beautiful, emerald green leaves have a strong agreeable flavour making it perfect for eating raw or cooked. ... Learn More

    $2.35

  5. TATSOI

    This attractive, easy-to-grow, hardy Asian variety produces a thick rosette of dark green nutritious oval leaves which have a creamy texture and a mild but distinctive flavour that makes them perfect for eating raw or cooked whether in salads, stir fries or in soups. ... Learn More

    $2.28

  6. TENDER AND TRUE

    First introduced in 1897 this parsnip, with a good resistance to canker, has long, tapered, smooth-skinned roots from a broad 3" shoulder. The flesh is fine-grained and sweet-tasting with very little core. ... Learn More

    $2.48

  7. TURNIP ROOTED CHERVIL

    This native annual herb of Europe and Western Asia was used as a popular vegetable in the Victorian times and is now virtually unknown as a food item in Britain and the USA, whereas it is still used in French cuisine in soups or stews. The root looks rather like a stubby dark parsnip and if stored for a few months in the cold becomes much sweeter and gives a flavour to the flesh reminiscent of chestnuts. This use of the plant was recently noted on Gardeners' Question Time as an alternative for parsnips for those gardeners wishing to try something a little different. ... Learn More

    $3.10

  8. VEGETABLE GIFT PACK

    The ten varieties in our vegetable gift pack give a range of unusual vegetables which make the perfect gift for a gardening friend or relative. The ten packets are: Detroit Red Globe (Beetroot), Tender and True (Parsnip), Tommy Toe(Tomato), Sweet Chocolate (Pepper), Giant Winter(Spinach), Merveille des Quatres Saisons (Lettuce), Lemon Cuke (Cucumber), Chantenay Royal (Carrot), Golden Acre (Cabbage), Queensland Blue (Squash). The actual contents of the veg pack may differ slightly from the varieties listed due to stock shortages. If we are out of stock then we will provide you with two other examples of the same vegetable as replacement. ... Learn More

    $19.32

  9. VEITCHES RED GLOBE

    An early maturing, globular turnip which was first bred in the 1860's in Devon. The roots are reddish-purple above ground and white below. The flesh is solid with a delicate flavour especially if the roots are harvested when young. ... Learn More

    $2.28

  10. VICTORIA

    This variety has established the gold standard by which to judge good rhubarb! Large, fat stems, a bright red skin, lack of stringiness, and finally a tart, apple-gooseberry flavour with a hint of lemon or grapefruit. The creator of this famous heirloom rhubarb in the 1830's was Joseph Myatt of Manor Farm in Deptford, England. The two physical characteristics of ‘Victoria’ that really made it stand out from other varieties were its bright red colour and large stems. ... Learn More

    $2.83

  11. WELSH ONION (WHITE)

    The Welsh Onion (Allium fistulosum) is normally grown as a scallion onion as it does not form bulbs even when mature and has clumps of tube-like distinctive hollow leaves. It is an easy plant to look after in the vegetable garden and its yellow flowers also give the plant and extra use as an ornamental feature. It is widely used in Japanese cuisine. ... Learn More

    $2.35

  12. WHEELERS IMPERIAL

    Although a Victorian variety, this still remains one of the best varieties for autumn sowing to stand the winter. Forms compact plants which produce solid pointed hearts. Can also be sown in spring for autumn cropping. ... Learn More

    $2.35

  13. WHITE CURRANT (RIBES RUBRUM ALBA)

    The white currant is a sport of the red currant (Ribes rubrum), with palmate leaves, and masses of almost perfectly spherical fruit in summer. The white currant differs from the red currant only in the strong, tangy flavour, and also the colour which is an amazing translucent white. ... Learn More

    $3.66

  14. WHITE LISBON WINTER HARDY

    This quick-growing, award-winning salad onion produces crisp succulent stems with a characteristic 'bite' to them. Seed can be sown in succession for a continuous crop all spring, summer and autumn. ... Learn More

    $2.42

  15. WHITE PAK CHOI

    A popular Chinese variety producing striking, clean white stalks holding fabulous, rich, dark green leaves which can be eaten raw when young in salads, or left to mature and then cooked. The compact plants are resistant to weather changes and are slow to bolt. ... Learn More

    $2.62

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