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Tomato – Tigerella (Organic)£2.30 – £4.20 Select options
Tomato – Tigerella (Organic)
Old English heirloom variety with eye catching stripes and outstanding flavour. Indeterminate tomato that fruits relatively early and produces lots of tasty medium-sized fruits with red-orange stripes. It is fun to watch the fruits go through their colour changes. A quirky and popular tomato variety guaranteed to impress. Winner of the RHS Award of Garden Merit.£2.30 – £4.20
Basil – Thai (Organic)£2.00 – £3.70 Select options
Basil – Thai (Organic)
Irreplaceable, anise-flavoured variety used in Asian cooking on a compact plant that is equally as ornamental as it is culinary . Striking both in flavour and appearance, Thai basil has a more concentrated, spicy flavour than its more well known cousin with notes of anise and liquorice. It has smaller, narrow, pointed leaves with flowers and stems of a deep purple. It’s perfect for Thai green and red curries and stir fries and is resilient to longer cooking methods.£2.00 – £3.70
Lettuce – Red Salad Bowl (Organic)£1.98 – £3.00 Select options
Lettuce – Red Salad Bowl (Organic)
Fast growing lettuce with long, burgundy red and deeply cut leaves.. This lettuce is known for its excellent taste and resistance to bolt. It has a non-heading growth habit with sweet, succulent oakleaf type leaves. We love it for its tenderness and cheerfulness in salads. As the name suggests one lettuce is usually enough to fill a whole salad bowl.
Best grown in spring, early summer and fall. However it can be grown in the hotter summer months too as it’s slow to bolt.
‘Red Salad Bowl’ was awarded the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit (AGM) in 1993.
(Approximate seed count – 250)£1.98 – £3.00
Chilli – Ring of Fire (Organic)£1.98 – £4.95 Select options
Chilli – Ring of Fire (Organic)
An improved cayenne type chilli producing long pointy red fruits which pack a punch. This is one of our staple chilli varieties to grow. It is very reliable and does exactly what it says on the tin – for better or worse!
The plants are compact growing to 45cm, and produce an abundance of fruit 1cm wide and 6-7cm long. This variety measures 70-85,000 SHU on the Scoville Scale, which classes it in the hot but not unbearable heat range.
Chillies can be very easily frozen whole and then used as needed, we always make sure we grow enough so that we always have a supply.
(Approximate seed count – 20)£1.98 – £4.95
Basil – Red (Organic)£2.30 – £3.70 Select options
Basil – Red (Organic)
Beautiful deep red purple foliage with similar taste and properties to common green basil. Red basil has both ornamental and culinary uses. We use it as garnish or to add colour to salads or made into pesto. It will look great in your garden, not to forget the amazing sweet scent of goodness when you walk past.£2.30 – £3.70
Leek – Hannibal (Organic)£2.65 – £4.95 Select options
Leek – Hannibal (Organic)
A dependable autumn variety that bulks up quickly throughout September and can be harvested up to December. An organic favourite, Hannibal produces a long dense shaft and mid-green leaves. It has a mild flavour and plenty of heart.
Guest description from our friend Ed at Chagfood CSA!£2.65 – £4.95
Peas – Golden Sweet (Organic)£2.35 – £5.20 Select options
Peas – Golden Sweet (Organic)
Vigorous multicoloured plants with green leaves, red-magenta leaf nodes, cream-pink-purple-blue flowers and golden-yellow pods. Golden Sweet makes an unusual attraction in the pea patch. We love the extraordinary colour changes of the flower from cream to purple and blue when they mature. When the pods are still young they’re very sweet and crunchy, as the pods get bigger they’ll become more stringy which makes them better for cooking rather than eating raw.
It was a real pleasure growing Golden Sweet in our pea trial 2018 and observing all the different colours. We found that the whole plant has a golden glow to it once it starts flowering. It was probably one of the tastiest mangetouts that we had when picked young.£2.35 – £5.20
Chilli – Lemon Drop (Organic)£2.05 – £4.00 Select options
Chilli – Lemon Drop (Organic)
Crinkly yellow chilli with a hot lemony flavour with a wide range of culinary uses. One of our most popular chilli varieties with a bushy growth habit and lots of fruits ripening from green to yellow.
The variety is also called Aji Limon and originates from Peru where it’s used as a seasoning pepper. Rating 30,000-50,000 SHU (Scoville heat units) it is quite a spicy one ideal for making your own hot chilli sauce with an extra citrusy twist or add it to stir fries, tomato sauces or your scrambled eggs.
To get good germination temperatures of 28° – 30°C are recommended. Germination can be slow and take three weeks or more. As it is thought to be genetically slightly closer to its wild relatives, there is some apparent seed dormancy which can affect germination rates. We have included a higher number of seeds in the packets to ensure you get enough plants.£2.05 – £4.00
Borage ***NEW FOR 2022*** (Organic)£1.60 Add to basket
Borage ***NEW FOR 2022*** (Organic)
Adored by bees and humans alike, borage produces an abundance of delicate, edible blue flowers. No nature-friendly garden is complete without this wonderful annual flower. It is a prolific self-seeder so you may only need to sow it once to have it forever.
Try freezing the flowers into ice cubes for jazzing up your summer drinks.
(Approximate seed count – 60)£1.60
Beetroot – Cylindra (Organic)£2.30 – £4.40 Select options
Beetroot – Cylindra (Organic)
A distinctive, very attractive variety which forms long, thin cylindrical beets . Deep purple, and typically 20cm tall, and 6cm diameter, but like any beet, can get very large with enough room. They look great in the veg patch, at the market and also on your plate! Very suitable as a main crop and has excellent storage capability.
Guest description by our friend Dan from Chagfood CSA£2.30 – £4.40
Lettuce – Outredgeous (Organic)£1.80 – £3.00 Select options
Lettuce – Outredgeous (Organic)
Stunning deep red coloured lettuce with a crisp texture and sweet flavour (this variety was the first plant to be grown in space!). In 2014 Outredgeous became the first lettuce ever to be grown in space on the International Space Station due to its reliability and because it is so easy to grow.
It’s an upright cut salad that forms a loose romaine head at maturity. An outrage of red in your salad bowl makes this a firm favourite for gardeners and growers.£1.80 – £3.00
Red Orach – (Organic)£2.05 – £4.00 Select options
Red Orach – (Organic)
Deeply red annual vegetable cultivated for its leaves. Red Orach is also called mountain spinach or French spinach and belongs to the Amaranth family. It is an ancient vegetable that has been cultivated for its leaves for hundreds of years. The leaves are arrowhead-shaped at the base and narrower at the top. They are of an intensely red colour and make a great colourful addition to salads as young leaves. Orach can also be used as an alternative to Spinach as it is easier to grow and less likely to bolt in warm weather.£2.05 – £4.00
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