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Spring Onion – Ischikrona (Organic)£2.55 Add to basket
Spring Onion – Ischikrona (Organic)
A vigorous Japanese type bunching onion producing stems up to an inch in diameter. Ishikrona is definitely one of our favourites. It is beautiful in every way with fresh green coloured leaves and a bright white stem. It is succulent, mild and sweet in flavour, fresh and crispy in texture. It is extremely hardy as well as pest resistant and it stands in the ground for a long time without bulbing up.
As an important ingredient of the Asian cuisine, it can be used in stir-fries, soups and salads. It can be used instead of or alongside onions.
(Approximate seed count – 385)£2.55
Coriander – Filtro (Organic)£2.30 – £4.00 Select options
Coriander – Filtro (Organic)
A refreshing herb typically used in South Asian and South American cooking. This high-yielding variety is excellent for flavouring curries, stews, rice dishes and as a garnish for soup and in salsa. All parts of the soft, light stems and leaves can be used. The flowers grow in pretty umbels, and if left to seed, the small seed heads can be used fresh or dried and used in cooking for added flavour and texture.
(Approximate seed count – 300)£2.30 – £4.00
Courgette – Black Beauty (Organic)£2.50 – £3.50 Select options
Courgette – Black Beauty (Organic)
A vigorous and prolific courgette producing dark green, glossy fruits over a long period. A classic dark-green summer squash with creamy white flesh. Best picked young when no longer than 25cm. The plants have an open growth habit which makes it easy to pick the fruit and they won’t stop coming! Try battering and frying the male courgette flowers for a gourmet addition to a summer meal.
(Approximate seed count – 17)£2.50 – £3.50
Calendula – Orange (Organic)£2.28 – £3.90 Select options
Calendula – Orange (Organic)
Also known as ‘Pot Marigold’. This is the classic calendula, producing abundant large orange blooms over a long season. We love calendula and would never go a season without it. It is really easy to grow and loved by humans and insects alike. There is something magical about finding bumblebees sleeping in calendula flowers early in the morning. The flowers are edible and make a great addition to salads. The petals have good medicinal properties and can be taken as an infusion in hot water or turned into a powerful tincture. Calendula’s medicinal actions include but are not limited to: anti-inflamatory, astringent, vulnery, and anti-microbial.
(Approximate seed count – 125)£2.28 – £3.90
Fennel – Perfektion (Organic)£2.00 – £4.90 Select options
Fennel – Perfektion (Organic)
Just the right blend of dependability and flavour creating attractive white bulbs with the signature anise flavour. Perfektion creates a succulent, round, white bulb with fine flesh. It has a delicious anise flavour and is reliable in its growing pattern. This variety also has attractive fern-like foliage which is also edible and good for adding a hint of anise to your cooking. Suitable for early or late cultivation.£2.00 – £4.90
Bee Mixture – (Organic)£3.50 Add to basket
Bee Mixture – (Organic)
A colourful mixture of Borage, Buckwheat, Calendula, Crimson Clover, Cornflower, Dill, Coriander and Phacelia.. The bees and other beneficial insects in your garden will love this mixture of flowering plants. The nectar will provide them with sugar they need for energy and the pollen contains protein and oils that bees collect to raise the brood.
We rejoice in this bee mixture particularly as it has a diverse range of flowering plants and makes our vegetable plot look beautiful and filled with colour. The edibles amongst the mix we use to jazz up our summer salads.
(Approximate seed count – 5 grams)£3.50
Nasturtium – Trailing (Organic)£2.58 Add to basket
Nasturtium – Trailing (Organic)
A colourful annual with edible flowers and leaves . Trailing mix of bright greenery and different shades of orange, yellow and red coloured flowers. Both leaves and flowers are edible, they taste peppery, hot and sweet.
We love having nasturtium flowers dotted around our land. They attract the bees and just make a beautiful addition in summer salads.
(Approximate seed count – 30)£2.58
Chives – Common Chives (Organic)£2.30 – £4.50 Select options
Chives – Common Chives (Organic)
Delicious and easy to grow, compact plants producing an abundance of edible stems and flowers. Without a doubt one the most versatile herbs! Chives are so easy to grow and can be added to just about any dish. We put them in soups, salads, omelettes, stir fries, etc. The flowers are also delicious and make a very attractive addition to summer salads, with their mild onion flavour.
Chives are perennial which means once you have them established you’ll never need to sow them again. They can be propagated equally easily by division or from seed.£2.30 – £4.50
Calendula – Traingle Flashback / Zeolights (Organic)£2.58 Out of Stock
Calendula – Traingle Flashback / Zeolights (Organic)
A stunning version of the regular calendula with fully doubled blooms and of peach, gold and bronze petal colour. This calendula variety is a real treasure. Pastel shades of orange, pink and peach are tinged with yellow towards the petal base. The backs of the petals are maroon. A pure joy to look at. We were so excited to have found this strain of calendula, bred by Frank Morton from Wild Garden Seeds in Oregon, USA. The flowers don’t only look good in the garden or as cut flower, they are also edible and can be used for medicinal purposes, too. An abundance of beauty for your garden!
(Approximate seed count – 80)£2.58
Cornflower – Blue (Organic)£2.28 Out of Stock
Cornflower – Blue (Organic)
Bright shades of blue flowers attractive to bees and other pollinators, great as cut flower as well. A flower that makes every garden happy. Cornflowers produce masses of stunning blue shaded blooms and attract bees and other insects as well. They were once native to European corn fields, but have mostly disappeared from the landscape due to large scale use of herbicides. Today they are mainly fond in gardens and allotments – we grow them in amongst our vegetables.
(Approximate seed count – 200)£2.28
Viola – Viola / Wild Pansy (Organic)£2.52 – £3.20 Select options
Viola – Viola / Wild Pansy (Organic)
An old-time favourite with small violet, yellow and white coloured pansy-like blooms.. Viola tricolour, also known as wild pansy or heartsease, are small plants flowering throughout the season from April to September. They’re hardy, frost tolerant and self-seed easily. It is a delightful perennial that grows well in shady areas, beds, containers, rock gardens, edges, even walls and makes a beautiful cut flower.
It’s not just a charming beauty for its looks, it is also edible making the most beautiful garnish or addition to salads.£2.52 – £3.20
Cosmos – Orange (Organic)£2.34 Add to basket
Cosmos – Orange (Organic)
Brilliant tones of orange flowers on tall stems with fine feathered leaves. This beautiful eye-catching orange flower will bring you joy from early summer until fall. It tolerates poor soils and dry conditions and attracts bees, butterflies and other insects.
We find Orange Cosmos easy to grow and it will self-seed if allowed to.
(Approximate seed count – 50)£2.34
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