Other Vegetable Seeds

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  1. 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 60-90 centimetres in all directions. (Discovered by Captain Cook in the 18th century!) ... Learn More

    $2.59

    (50 seeds)

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    ONION BORETTANA

    A traditional Italian variety (known as Cipollini in Italy) with paper-thin, golden skin and firm flesh. The flat shaped bulbs with have a lovely, sweet flavour and are traditionally pickled with sweet balsamic vinegar and sold in Italian delicatessens. They are delicious braised, roasted whole in the oven or cooked in a little butter on the stove top. ... Learn More

    $2.53

    (200 seeds)

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    ONION ELEMENT F1

    A very early hybrid Japanese overwintering variety. Hardy and resilient, it produces globe shaped, uniform bulbs with a good colour to the skin. Good bolting tolerance. ... Learn More

    $3.19

    (150+ seeds)

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    ONION ENTITA

    A productive Japanese salad onion, with dark green, erect foliage. Ideal for spring and early summer sowings. Can be left to bulk up for a bulb onion. ... Learn More

    $2.33

    (380+ seeds)

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    ONION GLOBO

    A straw coloured variety from Hungary that produces large, broadly oval shaped bulbs. Can be used raw in salads or cooked in a variety of dishes. Bulbs typically weigh 250-350 grams from a spring sowing, but weights can reach up to 1kg if sown in early December, making it ideal for competition and exhibitions. ... Learn More

    $2.59

    (150+ seeds)

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    ONION LILIA

    Lilia onions have a beautiful shiny, intense red inner core with dark green leaves. With their pungent flavour they make a colourful and tasty addition to summer salads. This variety has the added benefit of being able to be grown as a main crop (thin to 15cm (6") apart) or leave to mature as small red bulb onions in September. When fully mature it shows off its defined red and white inner rings. ... Learn More

    $2.33

    (160 seeds)

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    ONION NORTH HOLLAND BLOOD RED

    An attractive and versatile onion with a mild flavour and crisp flesh. Eat them as spring onions or leave them to bulk up to red onion size with a rich crimson colour and round generous bulbs. An excellent companion plant for carrots to deter carrot fly. ... Learn More

    $2.33

    (180 seeds)

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    ONION PARIS SILVERSKIN

    Paris Silverskin is an easy to grow, dual purpose onion grown mainly for pickling. Fast maturing and producing good crops of small, sweet and crisp silvery white onions which can be pulled young to add zing to salads, or, if left to mature to small onions, are ideal for pickling or using whole in casseroles. Can be grown in pots and containers. ... Learn More

    $2.33

    (150 seeds)

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    ONION SANTERO F1

    A Rijnsburger type that is one of the first varieties to be resistant to downy mildew. Globe shaped bulbs with good quality coppery, golden skin. Fast maturing but slow to bolt, providing early and maincrop harvests with firm flesh that store well. ... Learn More

    $3.26

    (100 seeds)

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    ONION TIPIKA

    A high yielding variety with very upright leaves and dark green foliage suitable for both spring and autumn sowings. Can be harvested as they begin to bulb or leave them longer to form pure white almost spherical bulbs. Good cold tolerance. Suitable for salads or cooking, their delicious tang increases over time. ... Learn More

    $2.46

    (200+ seeds)

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    ONION TOUGHBALL F1

    A high yielding, medium early variety, producing good quality, uniform, globe shaped bulbs. With firm flesh and deep golden brown skins that do not split easily, it is a fine, fast growing variety ideal for the Exhibition market. High yielding and resistant to bolting, it also has a good tolerance of Botrytis and Downy Mildew. ... Learn More

    $3.13

    (80+ seeds)

  12. ORANGE SATSUMA (MANDARIN/TANGERINE)

    These trees make attractive pot plants in colder climates and will actually set fruit if kept warm. In hotter countries they can be planted outside where they will grow to normal maximum size. Mandarin is the blanket term for this group of fruiting trees, but is mainly used outside the USA and the name Tangerine is the English word for the Mandarin. There are several groups of mandarins, and the most desirable one is the satsuma which is also the easiest to peel due to its loose leathery skin. In addition, they are also the most tender and most prone to shipping damage, and are similar in taste to Clementines but sweeter. They are generally seedless, hence the high price for rare viable seeds. ... Learn More

    $3.92

    (4 seeds)

  13. ORIENTAL MIX

    Hotter than the spicy mix this combination of baby leaf varieties includes Red Giant Mustard, Green Giant mustard, Green Pak Choi, White Pak Choi, Mizuna and Tatsoi Tah Tsai. ... Learn More

    $2.59

    (500 seeds)

  14. 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

    $2.13

    (400 seeds)

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    PARSNIP GLADIATOR F1

    An early to mature variety, slightly larger than standard type, Gladiator F1 has long wedge-shaped roots with smooth white skin. It is canker resistant making it ideal for exhibiting. The high quality roots have a deliciously sweet, earthy flavour. Parsnips become sweeter after a cold frost as freezing turns some of the starch into more sugar. An essential part of your roast dinner! ... Learn More

    $3.19

    (100 seeds)

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