An excellent short barrel type with rich green outer leaves and a beautifully structured yellow heart.Simon says: Another not used as much as it should be cabbage, great flavour and yield, we like to serve it grilled with anchovies and garlic.
A quality climbing french bean, producing straight, flat, mid green pods, 25-28cm (10-11) long and 2.5cm (1) wide which are totally stringless and of distinctive flavour. Resistant to Common Bean Mosaic Virus. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.
A more modern and vigorous climbing french bean than Blue Lake with round, deliciously flavoured, stringless pods up to 20cm (8) in length are produced in profusion right through to autumn if picked regularly. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.
An easily grown salad item for use in summer, autumn and into the winter. Use as a 'baby' leaf or pick leaves off the plants as required. A useful lettuce-like salad, very popular in Europe. Pull the leaves as required, as with spinach.
Compact, spine-free plants with a unique climbing/trailing habit that makes them perfect for patio containers and ideal for growing up trellises, nets or stout canes. Produces heavy crops of delicious, dark green fruits.
Extremely early with deep green, cylindrical fruits 15cm (6) or more in length. Recommended for deep freezing. Maturing time from sowing 12 weeks.
Ready in just 6-8 days! Can be grown indoors all the year round. Sow on moist tissue paper and cover with glass or paper until seed germinates. To mature with mustard sow two days in advance. Harvest January-December.
The lunch box cucumber! Aptly named, this mini cuc is one of the sweetest we have ever found on our trials. Harvest this little beauty from 7.5cm (3) up to 15cm (6) in length. Very prolific and has resistance to powdery mildew disease. Greenhouse/outdoor...