Vegetable Seeds Catalogue

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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 site to behold!! Treated seed. 200 seeds.

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Botanical Name
Daucas carota ssp. sativus

A smooth skinned carrot with plenty of crunch & a sweet flavour. One of the earliest & most popular med-long sized carrots. Young carrots are tender and can be used as ‘baby’ carrots. Early Nantes crops well in all soils, even in heavier soils it will produce a long orange root provided the soil does not dry out. Fork soil over well for best results. 700 seeds.

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Daucus carota var. sativus

Liven up your dinner plate and wow your worms with this fabulous mix of colourful carrots. These carrots come in a mix of orange, red, yellow, purple and white. Slice, dice, grate or even juice them for a colourful palette. All varieties have great flavour. 200 seeds.

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Botanical Name
Daucas carota ssp. sativus

An old time favourite with gardeners as it is reliable, produces a good yield and has a sweet, crisp flavour. Use them fresh or cooked. The roots are bright orange, cylindrical with a tapered end. They average 15cm long. About 500 seeds.

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Daucus carota ssp.sativus

A yellow carrot with sweet, crunchy roots. A fun, happy carrot to grow that is a bright yellow addition to your morning juice or adds colour to your dinner plate. Uniform roots to 15-18 cm. Harvest when young for the most tender and sweetest flavour. Older carrots can be eaten raw or cooked. 250 seeds.

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Brassica oleracea var. botrytis

A popular home garden variety producing a solid medium sized head of white curds. Use raw, steamed, cooked or freeze for later use. Sow at regular intervals from late winter (indoors) to late summer for successive harvests. Harvest summer heads promptly to avoid them opening up. 120 seed.

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Brassica oleracea var. botrytis

A striking heirloom addition to your vegetable patch. The 0.8 - 1 kg heads are an eye catching purple in the garden, once cooked they turn a bright green. ‘Purple Sicily’ has a tight head, is easy to grow, slow to run to seed and packed full of minerals and anti-oxidants that are associated with the purple colour. Italian heirloom. 300 seeds.

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Brassica oleracea var. botrytis

This is a superb cauliflower with large white heads and adaptable to a range of growing conditions. This variety keeps us in supply of tight heads that are splendid for cauliflower cheese and a variety of curries. 20 seeds.

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Apium graveolens var. rapaceum

This type of celery is grown for its edible bulb, which is strongly flavoured and up to 15cm in diameter with pure white, tender flesh. A typical ingredient for the 'Walddorf Salad', it taste delicious cold or cooked in soups or stews. A slow growing vegetable for well drained, fertile soil. 400 seeds

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Apium graveolens var. Dulce

A popular heirloom with thick fleshy stalks that have a sweet flavour and are not stringy! A smaller variety (40-60cm) than other varieties that matures a bit earlier. No need to cover stems for blanched effect, the base of the stems are naturally creamy colour. Harvest whole or just stalks when needed. 500 seeds.

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Apium graveolens

A leaf celery that looks like Italian parsley but retains that distinctive celery flavour. Much easier to grow than traditional bunching celery as it is much more forgiving. Use as a cut and come again herb. We use it in soups, stock, stir fries, juices and fresh in salads. A versatile ‘herb’ with a long harvest period. 300 seeds.

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Apium graveolens var. dulce

A 18th Century English variety with unique red stems. It is a hardier plant and stronger in flavour than today’s varieties. Some argue Red Stalk has the best flavour of all celeries. Leaves and stalks can be eaten raw or used in cooking where the colour is retained and the stronger flavour is fully released. 200 seeds.

Hierloom
Sunlight
Full
Frost Resilience
Frost Hardy
Harvest
100 Days
Climate
Cold
Temperate
Hot Arid
Tropics/SubTropics
Sow Method
Direct or Transplant
Sowing Instructions
Sow direct or in pots to transplant later. Celery can be tricky to get going as seed is very fine, it is slow to germinate and seedling growth is slow (making them easy targets for slugs and snails). Keep moist, do not let seed dry out. Grows well in full sun with plenty of compost. Keep well watered.
Spacing/Spread
50 cm
Row Space
60 cm