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Image of Basil Seeds - Lettuce Leaf
 

Basil Seeds - Lettuce Leaf

Rob says: This basil has been around since the late 1800s. Its got the biggest leaf of any basil variety, 15cm (6) long on a 45cm (18) plant, theyre slightly frilly on the edges with a sweet and spicy flavour. The flowers are also edible, with a lovely...


 
Image of Cabbage White Seeds - Jersey Wakefield
 

Cabbage White Seeds - Jersey Wakefield

Grown in the States from 1840, there is suspicion that Jersey Wakefield actually made its way to America from Yorkshire! This pointed, sweet cabbage is resistant to splitting and very compact with few outer leaves, so it wont take up too much room in...


 
Image of Cucumber Seeds - White Wonder
 

Cucumber Seeds - White Wonder

Rob says: This gorgeous little crunchy white cucumber took some finding. It was first sent to an American seed company back in 1890, from a gentleman in New York. It forms ivory white, 15-20cm long, fat, oval fruits, with a citrusy-sweet flavour. This...


 
Image of Dwarf French Bean Seeds - Rocquencourt
 

Dwarf French Bean Seeds - Rocquencourt

Rob says: These beans, bred in France in the 1840s, form small bush-style plants. They are more cold hardy than most other varieties, so can be sown a few weeks earlier than others, and will crop for a few weeks later too. The beans are a waxy, yellow...


 
Image of Kale Seeds - Red Russian
 

Kale Seeds - Red Russian

Rob says: This heritage kale forms 60-90cm plants with green/grey leaves in the shape of giant oak leaves. As the colder weather arrives, the leaves begin to take on a red tinge (pretty enough for a winter border) and the flavour sweetens. Kale has recently...


 
Image of Leek Seeds - Lyon Prizetaker
 

Leek Seeds - Lyon Prizetaker

Rob says: A reselection of original Lyon strain the old English variety from 1886, this leek produces large, thick stems, which are very cold-hardy and can stand all winter - just make sure you can get a fork in the ground if its frozen! Great for showing...


 
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Image of Radish Seeds - Long Scarlet
 

Radish Seeds - Long Scarlet

Rob says: Its not actually a carrot that Beatrix Potters Peter Rabbit was infamously eating in the books, its a radish - and its reported to be this radish! Long Scarlet is a long, carrot-shaped radish with a punchy flavour. This is the real deal. Long,...


 
Image of Squash Seeds - Honey Boat
 

Squash Seeds - Honey Boat

Rob says: I first found this squash in the United states, California to be exact, and as far as I know, no-one else in the UK is selling this great old variety. This squash is easier to grow, and sweeter than a butternut squash. Its more productive too....


 
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Image of Tomato Seeds - Heinz 1370
 

Tomato Seeds - Heinz 1370

This semi-bush style tomato will provide you with countless, beautiful, bright red fruit. Weighing around 100-170g (4-6oz) each, this small 90-120cm (3-4) plant is a real producer. So much so, you may need to stake the branches to stop the masses of fruit...


 
Image of Tomato Seeds - Red Currant
 

Tomato Seeds - Red Currant

Rob says: Solanum pimpernelifolium produces tiny fruits, hence the name. Its a different species from your common garden tomato and its hardly changed since it was found growing wild on a Peruvian beach in 1707. The plants are very disease resistant,...