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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
 

 
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
 

 
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...


 
Image of Pea Seeds - Blauwschokker
 

 
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....


 
Image of Tiger Nuts Seeds
 

 
Image of Tomato Seeds - Heinz 1370
 

 
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,...