Vegetable Seeds Catalogue

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Botanical Name
Capsicum annuum

A large dark green, thick-walled capsicum that ripens and sweetens to red. Super crunchy raw for use in salads, with dips or the kids lunch box. The large fruit, 12 cm x 9 cm, provide a great option for stuffing and roasting. In cooler areas they require a warm, sheltered position. Suitable for growing in containers. 30 seeds. Treated seed (thiram).

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A$3.75
Botanical Name
Capsicum annuum

An Italian style ‘bullhorn’ capsicum that is early, very productive and suitable for cooler climates. It is a sweet variety that is 20 cm long and 5-7 cm wide at the shoulders. Fruit ripens from green to a dark crimson red. Plant in a sheltered spot with full sun to maximise the early yields. 20 seeds.

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Capsicum annuum

A great sweet capsicum for those of us in cooler areas as it matures early and produces a large quantity of long sweet yellow fruit. This capsicum is a fabulous all rounder- stir fries, raw in salads, pickled or dried. 30 seeds.

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An early, high yielding sweet cherry capsicum. The smooth glossy round fruits ripen from green to red and get to 4-5 cm in diameter. Great fresh or baked. The perfect snack/appetiser size for pickling or stuffed with herbs and creamed cheese, ricotta or feta. Plant in a sheltered spot with full sun to maximise the early yields. 30 seeds.

Sunlight
Full
Frost Resilience
Tender
Climate
Cold
Temperate
Hot Arid
Tropics/SubTropics
Sow Method
Transplant
Sowing Instructions
Sow direct or in pots. Keep moist & warm, seeds are slow to germinate in cooler soil. In cooler areas (*) sow indoors to transplant once frosts have passed and soiled warmed. Prepare ground with compost and a handful of blood & bone well mixed in.
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Botanical Name
Capsicum annuum

An unusual capsicum for its rich chocolate brown colour. It is also remarkably early, crops well and tolerates cool nights. Smooth, medium-small, tapered capsicums. Mild flavour with medium thick flesh that is red under the skin. Ripen from green to brown. 15 seeds.

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Botanical Name
Daucus carota var. sativus

A great smaller style carrot that produces an early yield. This variety has excellent sweet, orange roots that are cylindrical with a thin core, making them super tender. One of the best baby or ‘finger’ carrots. A good variety for sites with heavier soils or a shallow top soil. Suitable for freezing. 1,000 seeds.

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Daucus carota ssp.sativus

This French variety produces many, small, round carrots up to golf ball size. A fast maturing type very easily grown in shallow soils. Great for children's vegie gardens. Carrots do best in fertile, well drained soil, but do not like fresh manures. In summer they require plenty of deep watering. Good companion plant with peas, lettuces and onions. 500 seeds
 

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Daucas carota ssp. sativus

A large, bright orange carrot with lots of flavour. This very sweet and juicy variety will mature in 10-15 weeks. Carrots do best in fertile, well drained soil, but do not like fresh manures. In summer they require plenty of deep watering. Good companion plant with peas, lettuces and onions. 600 seeds

 

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A$3.75
Botanical Name
Daucus carota var. sativus

Great flavour and unique looking. This purple skinned and orange flesh carrot is beautiful raw or cooked (especially steamed) with its sweet and slight peppery flavour. Harvest early for baby carrots or let mature for a full grown root to 15-20 cm long. 500 seeds.

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Hierloom
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A$3.75
Botanical Name
Daucus carota ssp.sativus

An old fashioned, golden yellow variety with a greenish core producing very large but tender and juicy roots. Carrots do best in fertile, well drained soil, but do not like fresh manures. In summer they require plenty of deep watering. Good companion plant with peas, lettuces and onions. 300 seeds

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Daucas carota ssp. Sativus

A carrot for all the seasons! A popular orange variety that grows to 22 cm long, with a tapered end. Large, crunchy and full of flavour – just what you want from any home grown carrot. For winter eating sow in late summer or early autumn in a well-drained soil/position to prevent the roots cracking. Has good disease resistance. 800 seeds.

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Botanical Name
Daucus carota var. sativus

CARROT ‘Deep Purple’ F1 Daucus carota var. sativus

A carrot that is purple all the way to the core. Most other purple carrots have just purple skin or flesh, not this one it’s purple through and through. A sweet carrot that retains its colour though the cooking process. Beware though a purple carrot soup is a sight to behold!! Treated seed. 200 seeds.