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Cabbage Seeds - Golden Acre

Golden Acre is a very good early cabbage with medium-sized rounded heads of rock-like firmness. Summer/autumn cutting - maturing time approximately 20-26 weeks from sowing.

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Cabbage Seeds - Tinty F1

A red, pointed cabbage that has the look and flavour of green pointed cabbage, but its colour provides excellent visual impact. Good resistance to white blister. Holds well when mature. Summer/Autumn cutting pointed cabbage.

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Carrot Seeds - Rainbow Mixed

An unusual and fascinating carrot mixture, producing delicious roots in an array of shades - even the fussiest of kids may be tempted by the look of it! Row 2m (6'). 90 days from sowing to harvest to help with your selection (this is based on Toby's trials...

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Courgette Seeds - One Ball F1

A unique courgette, producing round-shaped, yellow-coloured fruits. Tennis ball-sized, with scrumptious creamy flesh, they can be sliced and fried or baked whole and stuffed. Maturing time approximately 12 weeks from sowing.

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Courgette Seeds - Orelia F1

A golden yellow courgette, producing delicious and attractive 12-18cm (5-7) fruits. Vigorous-growing and heavy-cropping. Good sliced in stir-fries and barbecue kebabs. Maturing time from sowing approximately 12 weeks.

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Courgette Seeds - Piccolo F1

British bred, this attractive tennis ball size, round, green striped courgette produces abundant crops of sweetly flavoured courgettes on compact, spine-free plants which can be container or soil grown. Dont worry if some get too large, Piccolo makes...

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Cucumber Seeds - Carmen F1

An 'All Female' cucumber with good tolerance to cold weather and mildew and is resistant to scab and leaf spot. Ideal for late or early cropping, when disease can be a problem. Homegrown cucumbers are better than any you can buy! Recommended for exhibition....