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Beetroot Seeds - Alto F1

A customer favourite! Early-maturing variety with delicious, cylindrical roots which hold extremely well. Best harvested at the stage as pictured above, roots left on our trials grew huge yet stayed in good condition. A real belter of a variety which...

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Beetroot Seeds - Boltardy

Boltardy is a unique beetroot that's resistant to bolting (running to seed). It's got a rich colour, is of superb quality and can be sown earlier than any other beetroot. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Globe variety. Maturing 12-16 weeks from sowing....

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Beetroot Seeds - Chioggia Pink

We now have further seed supplies of this popular Italian beet, so are pleased to re-introduce this unique variety. Round in shape and with a light red outer skin, the main feature of this variety is its unique internal structure with concentric rosy-red...

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Beetroot Seeds - Rouge Crapaudine

Also known as Toad Beetroot, this variety is the oldest still in existence (estimated at 1000 years!). Crapaudine translates as female toad in french. Its not surprising then, that the skin is very rough and cracked, almost like tree bark. The carrot-shaped...

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Broad Beans Dreadnought Seeds

The pods are of extraordinary size and length, packed with excellent quality white beans. Recommended for exhibition. Suitable for deep freezing.

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Broad Bean Seeds - Express

Early maturing broad bean, producing many well-filled pods about 20cm (8) long containing 5 or 6 plump, greenish-white seeds. Flavour and quality very good. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany....

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Broad Bean Seeds - Imperial Green Longpod

Produces pods some 38cm (15) long, each containing up to 9 large green beans. We recommend this long podded, heavy cropping broad bean. Suitable for deep freezing. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.

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Broccoli Raab Seeds - Quarantina

A very quick alternative to sprouting broccoli, 40-60 days from sowing to harvest. All parts of the plant are edible, stalk, leaves, flower bud and flowers, with a superior broccoli taste.Small to medium heads, hardy and easy to grow.

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Broccoli Seeds - Marathon F1

An outstanding and very adaptable calabrese that will reliably produce a good crop of delicious densely packed heads whatever the weather throws at it! Recommended for deep freezing. (Calabrese variety) Calabrese produces a large central head which should...

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Broccoli Seeds - Olympia F1

Deep, domed green heads that are tasty and nutritious. Sow successionally from February to May for a harvest from as early as June right through to November. Calabrese produces a large central head which should be cut and eaten. Delicious, smaller shoots...