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Tomato – Gardeners Delight (Organic)£2.30 Add to basket
Tomato – Gardeners Delight (Organic)
Easy to grow large cherry tomato, widely known for its sweet fruity flavour. Gardener’s Delight lives up to its name and has been a firm favourite amongst gardeners for years. Rightly it is an RHS Award of Garden Merit winner and also recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany. Long full trusses of small fruits, sugar-sweet flavour and luscious juiciness.
We love this variety and can’t recommend it enough.
(Approximate seed count – 25)£2.30
Asian Greens – Pak Choi£1.68 – £3.80 Choose pack size
Asian Greens – Pak Choi
An heirloom pak choi variety with juicy fat white stalks and dark green spoon shaped leaves. Also known as ‘Boo Toy’, ‘Horse’s Ear’, ‘Japanese Celery’, Pak Choi looks like a squat fat celery with dark green spoon shaped leaves. You can eat all of the plant above ground and it’s delicious with sesame oil, chilli and steamed rice. It grows well in cooler conditions and can be used as cut and come again or as a more mature plant later in the year. Any ideas as to why it’s called Horses Ear, we’d love to hear!£1.68 – £3.80
Asian Greens – Purple Frills£1.88 – £3.80 Choose pack size
Asian Greens – Purple Frills
An abundant, colourful, delicate variety of mustard which gets punchier as the season continues. Purple Frills has beautiful burgundy tinged, spidery leaves. It adds interest to any salad with its hot mustardy flavour. It can also be cooked and used a spicy spinach alternative. It is abundant in its growth and will continue throughout the coldest weather.
(Approximate seed count – 250)£1.88 – £3.80
Asian Greens – Mizuna – “Beni Houshi”£1.90 Add to basket
Asian Greens – Mizuna – “Beni Houshi”
A striking variety of mizuna with lime green leaves and purple stems. This beautiful new mizuna variety is apparently taking the Japanese foody-scene by storm! It’s similar in taste to green mizuna and is delicious raw in salads or cooked in stir-fries.
With its contrasting colour scheme it’s a real head-turner and is certain to impress.
(Approximate seed count – 180)£1.90
Asian Greens – Tatsoi£1.68 – £3.50 Choose pack size
Asian Greens – Tatsoi
A fast growing variety producing an abundance of flavoursome dark glossy round leaves. Tat Soi produces leaves with a mild mustard flavour and a crunchy texture that can be used raw as a delicious addition to a salad or cooked in a variety of ways. It is a fast growing variety that can be cut at any stage. If the baby leaves are left to mature they become a stunning rosette of broad round greens with a wide, crisp and juicy central stem.
(Approximate seed count – 300)£1.68 – £3.50
Tomato – Santiam Sunrise (Organic)£2.65 Add to basket
Tomato – Santiam Sunrise (Organic)
Delicious yellow-orange cherry tomato with fruits 2-3cm diameter . Santiam Sunrise is without a doubt one of the tastiest tomatoes we have ever encountered. It is Fred’s all time favourite for flavour. The fruits are 2-3cm across, growing on strong, stocky indeterminate vines.
Originally bred by the great Adaptive Seeds in the US as an open-pollinated alternative to the famous Sungold F1. The flavour is intensely fruity with a delicious zinginess. We recommend growing it under cover for best results. A real winner.
(Approximate seed count – 25)£2.65
Aubergine – Black Beauty (Organic)£2.10 Add to basket
Aubergine – Black Beauty (Organic)
The classic open-pollinated aubergine, heavy crops of striking black-skinned fruit on vigorous plants. Black Beauty is as good as its hybrid sister varieties! In the right conditions (light, greenhouse/polytunnel) they fruit abundantly and the plants grow tall and strong. The aubergines themselves are all shapes, sizes and shades of purple which prove popular at markets or in the kitchen! They fruit early to mid season with aubergines from July – September. This is our favourite variety to grow, and most importantly the fruit tastes fab!
(Approximate seed count – 18)£2.10
Tomato – Yellow Submarine (Organic)£2.45 Add to basket
Tomato – Yellow Submarine (Organic)
Yellow indeterminate cherry tomato that produces lots of small pear-shaped fruits in large trusses. The fresh, sweet taste with juicy pulp and low acidity levels make this a popular tomato variety that will always look good amongst other tomatoes. The plant is a potato leaf type with an open growth habit. This is one of our most productive varieties, it just keeps on giving.
Great in salads and despite the unusual colour it makes a very delicious tomato sauce. However we end up eating most of them straight off the plant as they are so tasty!
(Approximate seed count – 25)£2.45
Tomato – Ruthje (Organic)£2.45 Add to basket
Tomato – Ruthje (Organic)
A bright red greenhouse tomato with an exceptionally aromatic flavour, bred specifically for organic cultivation. This variety was bred 1996 in Germany by Ulrike Behrendt. Flavour and resistance to fungal disease was the main focus of the selection. It can deal well with a low intake of nutrients which promotes good taste. The firm fruits should be left on the plant until fully coloured and will keep for a long time on the plant. They can be stored and will also after-ripen. The plant has strong dark green almost shiny leaves, and short internodal length.
Ruthje stands out for its aromatic taste and was one of our favourites in the 2018 tomato trials. If you only wanted to grow one kind of tomato, this would be an excellent choice.
(Approximate seed count – 22)£2.45
Asian Greens – Mizuna£1.68 Add to basket
Asian Greens – Mizuna
A variety of mustard greens. Mizuna is a vigorous grower, producing an abundance of stalks with green deeply serrated leaves. Mizuna has a mild piquant almost peppery taste and can be used raw in salads and also as a cooked green. It is highly resistant to the cold and can be grown throughout the winter, making those cold, short days and long nights feel healthier and a little bit spicier! The pretty yellow sprays of flowers can also be a bright addition to a salad with the same mustardy hit.
(Approximate seed count – 275)£1.68
Tomato – Brad’s Atomic Grape (Organic)£2.45 Add to basket
Tomato – Brad’s Atomic Grape (Organic)
Indeterminate cherry tomato with multi-coloured elongated fruits of a delicate sweetness. What a tomato! It has crazy colours ranging from green, purple, black to orange and red. They are of a large grape to plum size, slightly elongated with a pointy tip. The fruits hold quite well on the vine and after harvesting without splitting. It is one of the best tasting tomatoes that we grew in 2020. Just make sure they are ripe when you harvest them, indicated by a colour change towards orange or red and a softness to touch.
(Approximate seed count – 15)£2.45
Chilli – De Cayenne (Organic)£1.98 – £4.00 Choose pack size
Chilli – De Cayenne (Organic)
Absolute classic red hot chilli pepper, ideal for drying and making chilli powder or flakes. Cayenne peppers are one of the best known chillis and rightly so. The abundance of hot, thin long fruits with great flavour and a thin skin make them perfect for making fresh hot sauce, pickling or dried and ground up into your own chilli powder.
The plant itself is super productive, upright growing and reaches about 60cm in height.
SHU of around 30,000 to 50,000 on the Scoville Scale.£1.98 – £4.00
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