Other Vegetable Seeds

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  1. GRAPE MADELEINE ANGEVINE

    Although a number of grape varieties can be successful in Britain. ‘Madeleine Angevine’ white eating grapes are amongst the most prolific fruiting and also the earliest to ripen and thus are suitable for northern areas. They are also used commercially for wine-making as they bear such heavy crops. They always do best planted against a south-facing wall or fence (in the northern hemisphere) when they can obtain up to a three week ripening advantage over crops grown in other situations. Plants grown from these seeds will vary so it is advisable to initially grow several in the same situation and just retain the early-fruiting ones. They are best picked for eating when they are sweet and turn pale yellow with slight brown colouration! ... Learn More

    $3.23

    (15+ seeds)

  2. KALE BORECOLE 'MIDNIGHT SUN'

    This kale variety has a deep red textured leaf and a striking pink mid vein running through the leaf and can function as an attractive ornamental addition to the vegetable plot. A versatile variety that is suitable for multi-cut production. Best suited to baby leaf but will also work well as a mature plant. ... Learn More

    $3.63

    (25+ seeds)

  3. KALE 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

    $2.26

    (150 seeds)

  4. KALE SIBERIAN IMPROVED

    This extremely cold-hardy Siberian Kale, which originated in Russia, has flat, broad, deeply-cut and ruffled blue-green leaves which grow on long, succulent, sweet stalks. A heavy frost just improves the flavour of these large, hardy rosettes which reach about 60cm (24") in diameter at maturity. ... Learn More

    $2.20

    (150 seeds)

  5. 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

    $4.58

    (20 seeds)

  6. KOHLRABI PURPLE DELICACY

    With a squat bulb and antennae-like shoots, this odd-looking plant is part of the cabbage family. The name translates from German as ‘turnip cabbage’ and the mild, sweet flavour is somewhere between a turnip and a water chestnut, with a crisp, crunchy texture. It can be found in two colours, pale green and this, the less-common purple is later and hardier than its green counterpart. ... Learn More

    $2.13

    (200 seeds)

  7. KOHLRABI SUPERSCHMELZ

    Superschmelz is a giant variety with white and light green flesh. Slow to bolt, it is capable of reaching a whopping 8kg in weight and 25cm in diameter. With the stem just above ground level, it swells to form the crisp, juicy vegetable with a texture very similar to the Water Chestnut. Its flavour is much like that of a turnip but milder. Requires a very rich soil and plenty of space to reach gigantic proportions. ... Learn More

    $2.15

    (160 seeds)

  8. LEEK BLUE SOLAISE

    A traditional French winter heirloom that is hardy and cold-resistant as well as being an attractive addition to the cottage garden. The flags are blue-green which turn violet after a cold spell whilst the shanks are thick/medium length. ... Learn More

    $2.20

    (200 seeds)

  9. LEEK GIANT WINTER'

    Giant Winter is an excellent late-season variety. It produces thick, solid stems and dark, blue-green tops beautiful enough for the kitchen or showroom. Dig them up young and tender in late November, or let stand in the ground through March and harvest as you need them. ... Learn More

    $2.13

    (160 seeds)

  10. LEEK 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

    $2.26

    (200 seeds)

  11. LEEK TADORNA

    Tadorna produces a leek of medium length with a white shank and contrasting, very dark blue-green foliage. It has a very upright habit and is extremely winter hardy, cropping from December to March. ... Learn More

    $2.13

    (80 seeds)

  12. 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. Modern forms of this fruit are selectively bred to produce few or no seeds, hence the difficulty in obtaining viable seeds. ... Learn More

    $3.60

    (4 seeds)

  13. MARROW BUSH BABY F1

    An attractive baby marrow which only grows to three quarters the size of a normal marrow. The bush habit and relatively small size, but high yield, make it an ideal choice for growing in tubs or containers. ... Learn More

    $2.74

    (10 seeds)

  14. 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 extremely large fertile seeds are ever produced. ... Learn More

    $4.49

    (8 seeds)

  15. ONION AILSA CRAIG

    This traditional favourite, named after a small island off the Scottish coast, has a distinctive globe shape with straw coloured skin and white flesh. The bulbs can grow very large and be used for exhibition, while their tolerance to cool weather while growing makes them very reliable. ... Learn More

    $2.62

    (300 seeds)

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