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Radish – French Breakfast 2 (Organic)£2.05 Add to basket
Radish – French Breakfast 2 (Organic)
Scarlet colour with white tips and a crisp mildly pungent flesh. If you were to eat a radish for breakfast, this would be the one. Cute in looks, sweet and mildly pungent in taste and with a succulent crunch, it makes a tasty healthy snack. Introduced in 1879 it became a seller on the Parisian markets and quickly spread around the world.
Growing it is pure pleasure because they are quick to mature and you can harvest them throughout summer. Best eaten simply, just sliced with some salt on it or mixed in with salad.
(Approximate seed count – 300)£2.05
Spinach – Matador (Organic)£2.30 Add to basket
Spinach – Matador (Organic)
Reliable medium-early variety for autumn, spring and winter cultivation. Robust, flavoursome and productive. Matador is ‘the’ tried and tested variety for your garden with large and tender leaves, bolt- and frost-hardy. It was Ronja’s first spinach trial in her mum’s raised beds that was a huge success. In spring when the spinach bolts and produces seed, you can easily save it and sow it again for your next crop.
(Approximate seed count – 460)£2.30
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
Lettuce – Little Gem “Maureen” (Organic)£2.20 Add to basket
Lettuce – Little Gem “Maureen” (Organic)
A firm favourite cos lettuce that has been grown by gardeners for centuries. Maureen is a superb selection of Little Gem with resistance to Downy Mildew, tipburn and Bremia BL.
The plants are quick to mature and resistant to bolting. They form neat heads of a brilliant green colour with extremely sweet and flavoursome, crunchy leaves forming a tightly filled heart.
This is our first choice of lettuce, it’s simply one of the best lettuces to grow whether you’re growing it in a garden or a larger scale.
(Approximate seed count – 225)£2.20
Asian Greens – Mizuna – “Beni Houshi”£1.99 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)£1.99
Beetroot – Chioggia (Organic)£2.90 – £4.60 Select options
Beetroot – Chioggia (Organic)
An Italian variety with striking white and red concentric rings throughout its flesh. This unusual cultivar has been around since the early 19th century and originates from the coastal town of Chioggia near Venice in Northern Italy. With its delicate flavour and soft flesh it will make an ideal raw addition in salads or as a decorative side dish. When cooked the rings will fade out a little and become pinkish but the beetroot will keep its sweet and mild delicious taste. Definitely our favourite in terms of looks!£2.90 – £4.60
Radish – Cherry Belle (Organic)£2.25 – £3.50 Select options
Radish – Cherry Belle (Organic)
A quick-maturing variety with bright scarlet skin and crisp white flesh. We love the way radishes signal that summer is well on the way! These cherry-like beauties are so fresh and crunchy and such a welcome addition to the lunch plate after the hungry gap. This variety was awarded an RHS Award of Garden Merit, making it an excellent choice for home gardeners.£2.25 – £3.50
Bee Mixture – (Organic)£3.50 Out of Stock
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
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
Dill – Dill (Organic)£2.00 Add to basket
Dill – Dill (Organic)
A fine herb used fresh or dried for seasoning and pickling. A beautiful ancient plant originating from the Mediterranean that used to be known for its medicinal properties and is mostly utilised for culinary purposes today.
The fine feathery leaves have a flavourful complex taste and can be chopped and added to sauces to go with fish or vegetables or just sprinkled on top of your meal to add colour and flavour. Traditionally also used for pickling; try using the flowers or seeds too.
(Approximate seed count – 500)£2.00
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
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