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Turnip – Purple Top Milan (Organic)£1.60 – £3.00 Choose pack size
Turnip – Purple Top Milan (Organic)
A flat white turnip with purple shoulders; it’s easy to grow, quick to mature and excellent fresh or for storage. A classic Italian heritage variety from Milan with a creamy white, firm, crunchy and mildly sweet flesh. Eaten pickled, cooked or raw – it is a very versatile vegetable! The leaves are tasty and nutritious and can be cooked just like other greens.£1.60 – £3.00
Carrot – Nantes (Organic)£1.60 – £3.80 Choose pack size
Carrot – Nantes (Organic)
Fast maturing carrot perfect for early sowings. Originally from France but grown in this country for decades as a kitchen garden favourite, this is a classic carrot variety of the half-long type. Reaching up to 17cm in length and 3-4 cm in diameter, it is a sweet, bright orange, blunt, cylindrical root, round at the top and bottom. It has fine texture and delicate flavour with almost no core. It is ideal for early sowings but can delight you with a tasty crop throughout the year as well.
The perfect all-rounder, that does well as bunching carrot, juiced, sautéd, frozen, grated into a salad or just straight from the ground which is when we think they taste the best.
(Approximate seed count – 400)£1.60 – £3.80
Beetroot – Detroit (Organic)£2.10 – £3.80 Choose pack size
Beetroot – Detroit (Organic)
Reliable maincrop beetroot producing large globe-shaped red roots. This is a classic variety, having proved itself since 1892 when it was introduced by the D.M. Ferry Seed Company, in Michigan, USA. It is reliable and high-yielding and remains a favourite with gardeners and growers to this day.
The large, globe-shaped beets have the typical beetroot colour and an excellent flavour making it perfect for baking, sautéing, grating into salads, pickling and anything else that you might want to do with a beetroot. Yes, it will also store well!
(Approximate seed count – 200)£2.10 – £3.80
Carrot – Autumn king (Organic)£1.60 – £4.00 Choose pack size
Carrot – Autumn king (Organic)
An RHS award-winning maincrop variety ideal for storage over the winter months. How could we not include Autumn King in our catalogue?! This is one of our favourite varieties, and certainly lives up to its name. It is an RHS Award of Garden Merit winner and is a firm favourite amongst both home and market gardeners.
It produces conical roots up to 30cm long and with a deep organgey-red colour. It is sweet-tasting and delicious both raw and cooked.
Autumn King is a great carrot for storage over the winter. To store the roots place them in containers in single layers in moist (but not wet) sand making sure they do not touch each other. Keep them in a cool but frost free and dark place and check the roots periodically for mould or rotting.
(Approximate seed count – 400)£1.60 – £4.00
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
Parsnip – Tender and True (Organic)£1.90 Add to basket
Parsnip – Tender and True (Organic)
A classic French variety with very tasty long white roots. Tender and true is one of the best tasting parsnips you will find. If left in the ground until after the first frosts, the starch will turn into sugars and make this parsnip even sweeter.
(Approximate seed count – 500)£1.90
Beetroot – Chioggia (Organic)£2.30 – £4.60 Choose pack size
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!£2.30 – £4.60
Radish – Cherry Belle (Organic)£2.25 – £3.50 Choose pack size
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
Carrot – Yellowstone (Organic)£1.80 Add to basket
Carrot – Yellowstone (Organic)
A yellow rooted variety which is fast growing and produces beautiful, long and cylindrical roots. Yellowstone carrots have a delicate, sweet flavour and they cook just as well as their orange siblings, adding that extra rainbow colour to any plate of food. And of course delicious raw with lots of crunch. They produce large foliage which is reflected in the often large root that is growing beneath the ground.
(Approximate seed count – 400)£1.80
Beetroot – Boltardy (Organic)£2.33 – £3.95 Choose pack size
Beetroot – Boltardy (Organic)
A classic all-purpose beetroot, well suited to early sowings as a result of its excellent resistance to bolting. Boltardy is a winner of the RHS Award of Garden Merit and has a well earned reputation for being a real ‘workhorse’ variety. Many large scale growers choose this variety over its modern hybrid cousins for early sowings. We love it as it does exactly what is says on the tin.£2.33 – £3.95
Onion – Stuttgarter (Organic)£2.30 – £3.60 Choose pack size
Onion – Stuttgarter (Organic)
Flat round yellow onion from Germany with excellent storage qualities. We are excited to be selling this onion originating in the South West of Germany where Ronja is from. This onion also named “Stuttgarter Giants” is of fine flavour and stores well into spring provided that they are kept cool and dry. We recommend growing them in clusters and thinning them out when the plants are spring onion size to be enjoyed as such.£2.30 – £3.60
Beetroot – Burpee’s Golden (Organic)£2.30 Add to basket
Beetroot – Burpee’s Golden (Organic)
An unusual beetroot producing brilliant orangey yellow roots which mellow to a rich golden colour when cooked. Developed by breeders at the Burpee seed company in USA in the 1940s, it quickly became a hit with gardeners due to its sweeter and milder flavour compared to other beets.
It is a key ingredient in Ronja’s delicious raw beetroot salad!
(Approximate seed count – 150)£2.30
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