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Image of Bean (Dwarf French) Plants - Borlotto Firetongue
 

Bean (Dwarf French) Plants - Borlotto Firetongue

An Italian speciality bean that's ideal for fresh use or as dried seeds (haricots) in a wide range of dishes. The seeds and pods are attractively mottled, and will last throughout winter if stored in airtight jars.


 
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Pak Choi Plants - Hanakan

Compact, slow bolting plants with round smooth leaves and thick pure white stalks. Perfect for oriental cooking. Harvest late June-September.


 
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Pea (Mangetout) Plants - Spring Blush

A unique, tall-growing, high yielding pea with attractive bi-coloured purple/pink blooms and lots of rose blushed and pure green pods. Can be picked as mangetout or snap pods. Plants also produce loads of hyper-tendrils that are equally delicious to eat.


 
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Pea Plants - Snow Pea Green Beauty

Snow peas are like giant mangetout - Can be eaten when immature like a mangetout, or left for the peas to swell in the pod, giving you huge, juicy and stringless 'Snow Peas' - Perfect to snack on, stirfry or eat in salads - Very sweet and tasty, perfect...


 
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Pea Snow Plants - Pea Green Beauty

Snow peas are like a giant mangetout. Can be eaten when immature like a mangetout, or left for the peas to swell in the pod, giving you huge, juicy and stringless 'Snow Peas'. Perfect to snack on, stirfry or eat in salads. Very sweet and tasty, perfect...


 
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Sweet Potato Plants - Murasaki

Sweet, tender, nutty-flavoured tubers, with the added bonus of delicious, edible leaves. This Japanese, purple-skinned variety doesn't lose its colour when it's cooked. Harvest August-September.


 
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Tomato Grafted Plants - Sugar Plum Raisin

The 'sun-blushed' tomato plant, plants produce long trusses of bright red, semi-plum shaped fruit, probably the sweetest tomato you will ever grow. They're deliciously sweet picked fully ripe like a normal tomato, but fruit will start to 'dry' on the...