Vegetable Seeds Catalogue

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1 pkt
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Botanical Name
Brassica oleracea (capitata group)

A dependable heirloom that has been grown since the 1920’s, it produces a tender, compact round head (12-18cm) with good flavour. Plant close (30 cm) for small cabbages (1 kg) or wider for bigger heads (up to 2 kg). Early maturing, sow late winter / early spring or late summer/early autumn. 400 seeds.

1 pkt
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Botanical Name
Brassica oleracea (capitata group)

An early red cabbage that is compact with solid, round 1-2 kg heads. A good looking and great tasting cabbage. Eat cooked or raw (add some colour to your coleslaw). 250 seeds.

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1 pkt
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Botanical Name
Brassica oleracea (capitata group)

With round mid-sized heads this is the best mid-late red cabbage we have grown. The heads are dense and it keeps well once harvested. Can be grown for late summer or autumn harvest or if mild winters it will keep in the ground through winter to harvest when needed. Eat cooked or raw. 30 seeds.

Sunlight
Full
Frost Resilience
Frost Hardy
Climate
Cold
Temperate
Hot Arid
Tropics/SubTropics
Sow Method
Direct or Transplant
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1 pkt
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Botanical Name
Brassica oleracea (capitata group)

 A very popular mid-season green semi-savoy cabbage. The cabbage heads can get to 1 kg and are tight, tender and sweet. It is perfect eaten fresh in slaws, cooked or fermented for sauerkraut. It easily handles harsh winters and in more mild climates it can be sown spring through to summer. 70 seeds.

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1 pkt
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Botanical Name
Brassica oleracea (capitata group)

A unique multi-harvest and winter hardy green cabbage. Slow bolting, while all its varietal buddies go to seed and get woody, Spring Hero holds until early summer. The medium ball heads are thin leaved, tender and sweet, so great for salads & slaw. To promote a 2nd harvest cut initial head, keep basal leaves attached to the stalk, keep 1 of the new shoots, which will form another head in about 6 weeks just as tasty & large. 20 seeds.

Sunlight
Full
Frost Resilience
Frost Hardy
Climate
Cold
Temperate
Germination Period (days)
14
Sow Method
Direct or Transplant
Sowing Instructions
Make two sowings; one mid-late February and another late Mar./early Apr. Sow indoors to transplant later or sow direct to garden. Cabbages require uniform moisture.
Spacing/Spread
0.45 m
Row Space
0.45 m
1 pkt
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Botanical Name
Brassica oleracea (capitata group)

All the joy and flavour of a savoy cabbage is found in this small headed, high quality early variety. With tight small heads (0.9 - 2 kg) it is an ideal space saver. The outer leaves are deep blue/green are blanched yellow. Stores well through the winter in colder climates. 20 seeds.

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1 pkt
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Botanical Name
​​​​​​​Brassica oleracea (capitata group)

A super hardy, green savoy cabbage. The cabbage yields medium sized heads to 20 cm through the winter months. The wrinkled/savoyed leaves have a mild flavour that are great fresh in coleslaw, lightly cooked or fermented into a sauerkraut. 300 seeds.

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Botanical Name
Physalis peruviana

An evergreen, 1.5meter tall shrub, originally from South America with edible 2cm round, orange fruit enclosed in papery calyces. This delicious berry is high in vitamin C and can be eaten raw or cooked in jams. They mature in late summer-autumn and need a protected position in frost prone areas. For full sun with average garden soil. Note, this plant self seeds readily. 30 seeds

Organic
Sunlight
Full
Frost Resilience
Tender
Climate
Cold
Temperate
Hot Arid
Tropics/SubTropics
Germination Period (days)
25
Sow Method
Direct or Transplant
Sowing Instructions
Sow direct to garden or into pots to transplant, keep warm (22˚C+) and moist. For early sowing in cooler areas start indoors and transplant once weather and soil have warmed. Takes 3-4 weeks to germinate.
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1 pkt
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Botanical Name
Physalis peruviana

A dwarf evergreen shrub producing delicious, sweetly tangy, round fruit perfect for jams and cordials or a sweet, vitamin C-packed mouthful. Originally from South America the fruit mature in late summer-autumn and needs a protected position in frost prone areas. Easily grown and self-seeds happily. A smaller and more manageable variety than its sibling. 30 seeds.

Hierloom
Sunlight
Full
Frost Resilience
Tender
Lifespan
Perennial
Climate
Cold
Temperate
Hot Arid
Tropics/SubTropics
Germination Period (days)
25
Sow Method
Direct or Transplant
Sowing Instructions
Sow direct to garden or into pots to transplant, keep warm (22˚C+) and moist. For early sowing in cooler areas start indoors and transplant once weather and soil have warmed. Takes 3-4 weeks to germinate.
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1 pkt
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Botanical Name
Capsicum annuum

Early! The earliest. And probably the most delicious and ‘sweet’ of all varieties that are adapted to growing outdoors in cooler areas. Upright plants that yield early and heavily with red fruit by mid-February (immature fruits are yellow). 10 seeds.

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1 pkt
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Botanical Name
Capsicum annuum

A bell capsicum that has a high yield and thick, sweet flesh. A strong upright bush that can handle the good crop it produces, grows to 60 cm. It is good best to remove the first two to three flower clusters to prevent the early setting of seedless fruit that can stunt the bush for a month or more. 25 seeds.

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Botanical Name
Capsicum annuum

A prolific capsicum that is popular in Cuba and is gaining popularity ‘elsewhere’. A sweet capsicum with a very subtle tang. It has a long tapering fruit that is yellowish-green when young, ripening to red, grows to 12+cm long. Very popular for frying, stuffing and BBQ’ing or eaten raw in salads. 20 seeds.