Other Vegetable Seeds

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  1. ONION SIMANE

    Red skinned variety which produces elongated pinky red bulbs with an outstanding sweet flavour. Continental type very popular in France and Southern Europe. Perfect as a raw slicer. ... Learn More

    $2.56

    (250 seeds)

  2. 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

    $2.26

    (200+ seeds)

  3. 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

    $2.87

    (80+ seeds)

  4. ONION WELSH (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

    $2.13

    (400 seeds)

  5. ONION 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

    $2.26

    (500 seeds)

  6. ORANGE SATSUMA (MANDARIN/TANGERINE/CLEMENTINE)

    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. These seeds have been collected from Satsumas, which are similar in taste to Clementines but are sweeter. They are nowadays specially bred to be seedless, hence the scarcity of viable seeds. ... Learn More

    $4.45

    (4 seeds)

  7. PARSNIP COUNTESS F1

    A superb main-crop variety of Parsnip which is known for its uniform, conical, white-skinned roots. Its flavour and taste are first rate and it is noted for its vigour and heavy yield. This hybrid is resistant to disease and adaptable to a wide range of soils and conditions. (RHS AGM winner) ... Learn More

    $2.93

    (200 seeds)

  8. 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

    $2.93

    (100 seeds)

  9. PARSNIP IMPERIAL CROWN

    This British variety has long, smooth roots with an enviable taste and texture. The crown is much smaller than is normal for this type of parsnip and makes the roots easier to wash. Its uniformity makes it an ideal candidate for displaying at exhibitions. ... Learn More

    $2.38

    (500 seeds)

  10. PARSNIP 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

    $2.20

    (500 seeds)

  11. 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 may 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 in the fruits are hollow and infertile, with very few fat fertile seeds being produced which are selected individually. ... Learn More

    $4.33

    (4 seeds)

  12. 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

    $3.23

    (4 seeds)

  13. 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

    $3.17

    (25 seeds)

  14. RHUBARB 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 1830s 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

    $2.50

    (50 seeds)

  15. SALAD LEAF 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

    $2.13

    (400 seeds)

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