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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
Kale – Tuscan Rainbow (Organic)£2.30 – £4.80 Choose pack size
Kale – Tuscan Rainbow (Organic)
Red, purple and blue-green leaf colours with slight ruffling on the edges, cold resistant and vigorous. A Frank Morton cross from Wild Garden Seed in Oregon, USA of Cavolo Nero ‘Lacinato’ and Redbor hybrid kale. The majority of the plants have savoyed, blue-green leaves with ruffled edges, others are more purple or more white, some have more ruffling and others less. When grown outdoors the colours will intensify with the cold. It is a hardy and very beautiful kale tasting. sweet and aromatic.
We planted ‘Lacinato rainbow’ in our 2018 trial and relished in this diverse variety that tastes amazing and is more funky and cold-resistant than the usual Cavolo Nero£2.30 – £4.80
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“Something Different” Seed Collection
This is one of our best selling Christmas gifts and contains 8 packets of interesting and exotic versions of ordinary vegetable seeds guaranteed to impress! It’s an aesthetic and culinary feast featuring a range of cracking varieties that are amongst our favourites. This is the ideal present for your green fingered friends and family or you might want to keep it for yourself…
Peas – Golden Sweet (Organic)£2.35 – £5.20 Choose pack size
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
Lettuce – Outredgeous (Organic)£1.80 – £3.00 Choose pack size
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
Ground Cherry – Cossack Pineapple (Organic) ***NEW FOR 2024***£2.10 Add to basket
Ground Cherry – Cossack Pineapple (Organic) ***NEW FOR 2024***
Deliciously sweet half-inch diameter fruits on short bushy plants. Cossack Pineapple is a superb variety of ground cherry, very productive plants 12 inches high and 24 inches diameter.
The Pineapple-sweet fruits make a delicious and healthy snack and are especially loved by children. They are naturally high in pectin so are perfectly suited to making jams and preserves.
(Approximate seed count – 25)£2.10
Climbing French Beans – Pea Bean (Organic) ***NEW FOR 2024***£2.85 Add to basket
Climbing French Beans – Pea Bean (Organic) ***NEW FOR 2024***
Stringless flatish pods followed by plentiful fresh beans that turn maroon and cream once dried. This pretty heritage variety of bean has been passed through the weathered hands of generations of gardeners since the 16th century. It’s the ultimate all-rounder providing plentiful flat smooth skinned green pods. As the pods fill out with beans and dry they develop a delightful maroon and cream pattern, great for long storage and comforting winter stews. An easy to grow climbing bean with great drought tolerance and plentiful abundance.
(Approximate seed count – 60)£2.85
Pepper – Pepperoncini (Organic) ***NEW FOR 2024***£1.95 Add to basket
Pepper – Pepperoncini (Organic) ***NEW FOR 2024***
Small sweet pepper variety from Tuscany traditionally used for pickling. An Italian pepper with the occasional hint of spice. Pepperoncini are often pickled in vinegar, made into delicious antipasti or cooked whole, served with classic Italian foods like pizza or pasta dishes.
This variety belongs to the same family as bell peppers and hot tobasco chillies. Pepperoncini is an annual that favours hot, fairly dry summers. Normally harvested when glossy green, the pretty long wrinkly peppers turn red and exquisitely sweet if you leave them on the plant. Perfect for a little snack straight off the plant and a favourite when roasted or barbecued, served with olive oil and flakes of sea salt.
(Approximate seed count – 20)£1.95
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