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Cucumber Seeds - Marketmore

A reliable and heavy-cropping cucumber producing a tasty harvest of dark green, cylindrical fruits from July onwards. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Outdoor variety.Rob says: Once you see the tiny cucumbers on the plant, water with tomato food every...


 
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Cucumber Seeds - Telegraph Improved

An improved strain of this well known and reliable cucumber with smooth-skinned, good-sized fruits. Recommended for exhibition. Long variety. Greenhouse or Frame. Maturing time approximately 12 weeks from sowing.


 
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Cucumber Seeds - Venlo Pickling (Cornichon)

A delicious cucumber, ideal for pickling. The fruits are best picked when young and tender. Crops well all summer.Simon says: Unpickled these are great in salads and very unique; once pickled it is great to have in our store cupboard for the winter and...


 
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Dobies Collectable Seed Tin

Perfect for keeping all your packs of seeds in tip top condition - we think it's a real collectors item! Measures 16cm (6) x 22cm (9) x 6cm (2) deep.


 
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Dwarf French Bean Seeds - Borlotto Firetongue

An Italian speciality, used extensively in Minestrone soups or as dried shelled seeds (haricots) in a wide range of dishes. The flat pods are attractively red mottled, as are the large tasty seeds. Pick when young as a normal French Bean if required....


 
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Dwarf French Bean Seeds - Ferrari

An outstanding dwarf french bean producing high yields of 15cm (6) long, slender, straight, round pods that are stringless and full of flavour. They have a good shelf-life, but also freeze well. Resistant to Anthracnose, Halo Blight and Mosaic Virus....


 
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Dwarf French Bean Seeds - Stanley

Probably the heaviest cropping dwarf bean available, reliably producing an abundant crop of long, straight pods. Good disease resistance. Suitable for early and late planting. Recommended for deep freezing.


 
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Fennel Seeds - Zefa Fino

A good fennel for garden use. The bases of the leaves swell up to form a delicious 'bulb' of celery-like taste with a hint of aniseed. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. This variety trialled, tested and recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural...


 
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Green Manure - Buckwheat 225G (36 sq.m)

Sow April-August. Fast-growing foliage to suppress weeds and mop up available phosphate. A good source of calcium and its long roots extract nutrients from deep in the soil. Regrows if cut as it begins to flower. When left to flower it attracts hoverflies,...


 
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Green Manure - Hungarian Grazing Rye 112g (7 sq.m)

One of the best green manures for winter use. Great for storing nutrients, improving soil structure and suppressing weeds.Continues to grow in cold weather. Sow in September or even into October in the South. A good cover crop to prevent nutrient leaching....


 
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Green Manure - Oats Black (Japanese) 100G

An excellent green manure for sowing from Apr-Sep. It is fast growing with good leaf cover to suppress weeds and deep roots to gather nutrients for the following crop and to improve soil aeration and structure. Its root secretions are also reputed to...