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ARTICHOKE - GREEN GLOBE ARTICHOKE - GREEN GLOBE

Introduced in 1863, these plants grow from 100 to 200cm. with chokes 10cm in diameter by 15cm long. Grow them for the delicious globes, their beautiful foliage, and their exquisite flowers both fresh and dried. Start indoors 6 weeks bef... [ more ]

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BEANS - BUSH BEANS - BURPEE STRINGLESS BEANS - BUSH BEANS - BURPEE STRINGLESS

Dating back to 1894. These 45cm plants produce stringless, fibreless waxy dark brown beans. Heavy yielding and drought and heat tolerant. Virus resistant and a heavy producer. Plant in late spring when soil tempature is over 20C. Sow 3c... [ more ]

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BEANS - BUSH BEANS - CONTENDER BEANS - BUSH BEANS - CONTENDER

A favourite for over 50 years (1949). Stringless dark green 15cm pods grow on 40cm plants. They grow large without losing flavour. A heat and virus resistant variety. Plant in late spring when soil temperature is over 20 degrees C. Sow... [ more ]

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BEANS - BUSH BEANS - FAVA(BROAD WINDSOR) BEANS - BUSH BEANS - FAVA(BROAD WINDSOR)

A very old variety dating back prior to 1860. These plants grow well in cool climates and produce an abundance of 7 to 13 cm glossy green bean pods over a long season. Plant in spring when soil is relatively warm. Sow 3cm deep and 8cm a... [ more ]

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BEANS - BUSH BEANS - ROYAL BURUNDY   BEANS - BUSH BEANS - ROYAL BURUNDY

Upright plant produces purple pods with bright green folliage. The pods turn bright green after 2 minutes of boiling. A great built in timer for blanching. Plant in late sping when soil temperature is over 20C. Leave 70cm between ro... [ more ]

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BEANS - BUSH BEANS - TENDERGREEN ROMANO ITALIAN #14 TAN 40g BEANS - BUSH BEANS - TENDERGREEN ROMANO ITALIAN #14 TAN 40g

Developed over 90 years ago (1922). These 40 cm plants produce 15cm beans that are stringless, meaty, tender, flavourful and freeze well. The plants are disease resistant and heat tolerant. A heavy producer. Plant in spring when soil tem... [ more ]

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BEANS - BUSH BEANS - YELLOW WAX BEANS - BUSH BEANS - YELLOW WAX

A popular home garden and canning variety for over 100 years (1900). Plants are heavy producers over a long season. Beans are in 18cm pods. White beans with a black eye. Plant in late spring when soil temperature is over 20 degrees C. So... [ more ]

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BEANS - RUNNER BEANS - WHITE HALF RUNNER BEAN BEANS - RUNNER BEANS - WHITE HALF RUNNER BEAN

An heirloom variety that produces silver green slightly curved pods. They are excellent for canning, freezing or shelling and have good heat and drought tolerance. Plant in spring when soil temperature is over 20 degrees C. Sow 3 cm deep... [ more ]

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BEANS - SHELL BUSH BEANS - GREAT NORTHERN BEANS - SHELL BUSH BEANS - GREAT NORTHERN

A heirloom variety. Rich flavour navy type bean that is excellent in soups or baked. Does well in cool climates and are heavy producers. Pods are 13cm. Long. Plant in spring when soil is over 20 degrees C. Sow 3cm deep and 10cm apart.... [ more ]

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BEETS  - CHIOGGA BEETS - CHIOGGA

An Italian heirloom. A very pretty sliced beet with alternating pink and white circles. Very sweet and tasty. Green tops and pink stems. Plant in early spring after frost danger. Sow 1cm deep 2 to 4cm apart. Thin to 7cm apart. Germin... [ more ]

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BEETS - DETROIT DARK RED BEETS - DETROIT DARK RED

A favourite for over 100years (1892). Brought from Europe it remains the best popular standard variety. This dark red globe shaped beet has excellent flavour raw, steamed or baked. It keeps well and is mildew resistant. Soak seeds overni... [ more ]

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BROCCOLI - DE CICCO BROCCOLI - DE CICCO

An Italian heirloom brought to North America in the late 1800ís. The 70cm plants produce a 7 to 10cm very tender central head with many side shoots. Start indoors in March and transplant in May. Sow seeds 1cm deep, geminate at 20 degrees... [ more ]

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BROCCOLI - ROMANESCO 1g BROCCOLI - ROMANESCO 1g

A popular heirloom variety. These broccoli heads are light green and resemble a cauliflower. The florets are whorled and spiral to a point like a sea shell. Good texture and excellent flavour. Germinate @ 20C. in early March. Cover seed... [ more ]

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BRUSSEL SPROUTS - LONG ISLAND IMPROVED  BRUSSEL SPROUTS - LONG ISLAND IMPROVED

Dating from 1890, this old favourite is known for the flavour, heavy yields and hardiness. Sprouts are 2.5 to 3cm growing on a 60cm stock. A little frost makes them sweeter. Start indoors in March. Cover lightly and germinate @ 20C. Tra... [ more ]

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CABBAGE  - EARLY JERSEY WAKEFIELD CABBAGE - EARLY JERSEY WAKEFIELD

Grown in England since the 1700ís, this early cabbage continues to be one of the most popular. The pale green heads are small and compact, 1 to 2 kg. and have a delicious mild, sweet flavour. They are resistant to yellows and splitting. ... [ more ]

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CABBAGE - BOK CHOY CABBAGE - BOK CHOY

A Chinese non-heading leaf type cabbage. They grow in clusters of 30cm high celery like stocks. Itís mildly pungent, is hardy in cold weather, grows fast, slow bolting and long standing. Sow indoors 6 wks. before setting out in early spr... [ more ]

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CABBAGE - RED ACRE CABBAGE - RED ACRE

A popular short season cabbage with deep red 1 to 2 kg round heads. They have good flavour, store great and are reliable. Good for cold climates. Sow indoors 6week. before setting out in early spring Germinate @ 20 C. Space plants 40... [ more ]

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CARDOON CARDOON

Related to the artichokes. the leaf stalks and mid ribs of the plant have a similar flavour to artichokes when boiled. Left to mature, the plant produces large purple flowers ands attractive silvery foliage. Light: sun Soil: very fertile... [ more ]

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CARROTS - BELGIAN WHITE 1g CARROTS - BELGIAN WHITE 1g

Dating back prior to 1863, this pure white carrot does well in poor soil. The 20 to 25cm roots are practically coreless and have a mild flavour. Great in soups or stews. Sow in early spring and cover lighty. Germinates in 14 to 21 days. T... [ more ]

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CARROTS - DANVERS HALF LONG CARROTS - DANVERS HALF LONG

An American heirloom. The 18cm roots are deep orange, tapered and almost coreless. They are adaptable to many soil types including heavy soils and they store well. Sow in early spring and cover lightly. Germinates in 14 to21 days. Thin... [ more ]

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CARROTS - NANTES SCARLET HALF LONG CARROTS - NANTES SCARLET HALF LONG

This pre 1900ís variety has a very sweet flavour. The 17cm roots are blunt, fine grained and nearly coreless. They store well and are great for juicing. Sow seeds in early spring and cover lightly. Germinates in 14 to 21 days. Thin plan... [ more ]

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CAULIFLOWER - SNOWBALL EARLY CAULIFLOWER - SNOWBALL EARLY

This variety was introduced in 1888 and has been the standard early cauliflower for years. The plants are dwarf with solid round pure white 15cm heads. Sow indoors 6weeks before last frost. Cover seed lightly. Germinate @ 20C. Space pla... [ more ]

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CAULIFLOWER - VIOLETA ITALIA  1g CAULIFLOWER - VIOLETA ITALIA 1g

An unusual Italian Variety. Large, vigorous plants produce 20cm purple heads that turn bright green when blanched. Sow seeds indoors 6weeks before last frost. Cover seed lightly. Germinate @ 20C. Space plants 45cm apart. Matures 85 day... [ more ]

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COLLARDS - BRASSICA  COLLARDS - BRASSICA

Nutritionally collards are a superstar being a great source of many essential vitamins and minerals. They have a higher nutritional value when they are cooked rather than raw. Pick leaves from bottom before they reach maximum size and leave... [ more ]

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CUCUMBER - LONG GREEN IMPROVED CUCUMBER - LONG GREEN IMPROVED

Introduced in 1842, these plants are vigorous, productive and reliable. Fruits are medium green 25 to30cm long and are good for pickling or slicing. Start indoors 6 weeks before last frost. OR Direct seed after frost danger. Plant in sma... [ more ]

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CUCUMBER - NORTHERN PICKLING CUCUMBER - NORTHERN PICKLING

An old high yielding favourite. Bears early fruits on short compact vines. Pick cucumbers when they reach 8-12cm for good colour and shape. Start indoors 6 weeks before last frost. OR Direct seed when soil is warm (21C) Plant in small... [ more ]

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CUCUMBER - WHITE WONDER (30 seeds) CUCUMBER - WHITE WONDER (30 seeds)

Developed prior to 1890, this heat tolerant, vigorous vine produces 20 cm ivory white fruits with creamy white flesh. Itís considered the best slicing cucumber and can also be used for pickling. Start indoors 6 wks. before last frost or... [ more ]

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EGG PLANT - BLACK BEAUTY EGG PLANT - BLACK BEAUTY

Introduced in 1902, this is the most popular egg plant. The 60 cm plant produce .5 to 1.5 kg, 15 to 20cm long oval fruits with purple skin and great flavour. Start indoors 8weeks before last frost date and set out when soil is warm. Ger... [ more ]

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EGG PLANT - ROSA BIANCA Italian heirloom EGG PLANT - ROSA BIANCA Italian heirloom

A beautiful Italian heirloom which produces light pink lavender globular fruits with white shading. It has a mild flavour with no bitterness. An exquisite egg plant. Start indoors 8weeks before last frost. Cover seeds and germinate @ 20... [ more ]

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KALE - RED RUSSIAN KALE - RED RUSSIAN

This variety has been known in Europe since the 1700ís. The wavy blue-green leaves have veins that turn purple-red in cold weather. In severe cold weather the leaves turn purple-red. They are very tender and have excellent flavour. Sow... [ more ]

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KHOL RABI - PURPLE VIENNA KHOL RABI - PURPLE VIENNA

Introduced prior to 1860. This is a purple skinned variety with greenish-white flesh.Very flavourful. A frost will enhance the flavour.The stems taste like mild radish. Harvest when bulb is 6 or 7cm. Sow seeds direct in early spring 1cm... [ more ]

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LETTUCE - BUTTERCRUNCH LETTUCE - BUTTERCRUNCH

The medium green, crisp, thick leaved lettuce are sweet and tender. They will produce several weeks longer than other varieties. Direct seed in late May. OR Start indoors 4 weeks before setting out. Cover seed lightly, germinate @ 20C.... [ more ]

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LETTUCE - CIMMARON LETTUCE - CIMMARON

Also known as Little Leprechaun, this 18th century gem can be harvested over a long season. The heads are deep burgundy with exquisite flavour and crisp, tender texture. It is slow to bolt. Start indoors 4weeks before setting out. Cover... [ more ]

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LETTUCE - GOURMET SALAD LETTUCE - GOURMET SALAD

An assortment of 10 different heirloom leaf lettuces of different shapes and colours. Makes a colourful great tasting salad with a variety of flavours and textures. Multiple seedings will supply you with fresh lettuce all season. Sow di... [ more ]

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LETTUCE - ICEBERG Crisphead LETTUCE - ICEBERG Crisphead

From 1894. The compact, medium size heads have pale green leaves with a waxy bronze edge and a crisp heart. It is heat tolerant and mosaic resistant. Tender and tasty. Start indoors 4 weeks before setting out. Cover seeds lightly, germi... [ more ]

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LETTUCE - MIGNONNETTE, BRONZE LETTUCE - MIGNONNETTE, BRONZE

Introduced in 1898, This butterhead type lettuce produces small globular heads, green on bronze frilled leaves. It does well in hot weather and is slow to bolt. Very sweet. Start indoors 4 weeks before setting out. Cover seeds lightly.... [ more ]

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ONION - EVER GREEN WHITE BUNCHING ONION - EVER GREEN WHITE BUNCHING

This is the most winter hardy bunching onion. They are non-bulbing and have pure white stems. They may be handled as a perennial by dividing the clump in the second summer. Direct seed 1 cm deep in early Spring for Summer use OR in July... [ more ]

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ONIONS - RED PURPLE BUNCHING ONIONS - RED PURPLE BUNCHING

A fast growing, flavourful bunching onion . The bulbs are medium size, redish purple, mild with fine grained flesh. Stricking to look at. Love to be crowded and easy to grow. Excellent flavour. Start seeds indoors 6 wks. before last... [ more ]

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ONIONS - SOUTHPORT WHITE GLOBE ONIONS - SOUTHPORT WHITE GLOBE

An excellent white bunching onion from as far back as 1906. It is quick growing and flavourful. The bulbs are round and medium sized with mild, white fine grained flesh. The tops are blue-green with a white shank. Good for Northern areas. S... [ more ]

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ONIONS - YELLOW SWEET SPANISH UTAH 300 seeds ONIONS - YELLOW SWEET SPANISH UTAH 300 seeds

An heirloom from 1906. The huge globes (.4kg) have excellent flavour, yellowish-brow skin and creamy white flesh. They are resistant to rips and do well in cooler climates. Sow indoors 8wks. before last frost 1cm deep. Germinate @20C. T... [ more ]

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PARSNIPS - SUGAR HOLLOW CROWN PARSNIPS - SUGAR HOLLOW CROWN

An heirloom from the 1850ís, this parsnip is still the most popular variety. The white roots are 25 to 35cm long, smooth and tapered from 8cm. The flesh is sweet, tender and fine grained. Plant seed as soon as the ground can be worked. Pla... [ more ]

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PEAS - DWARF GREY SUGAR SNAP PEAS PEAS - DWARF GREY SUGAR SNAP PEAS

Introduced before1773, this is the earliest producer and smallest plant of the edible podded peas. The plants are 60cm tall. The pods are 5cm long and very sweet. Plant as soon as the ground can be worked. Sow seeds 3cm deep, 8 to 10cm... [ more ]

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PEAS - LINCOLN PEAS - LINCOLN

Introduced before1908, these were also known as the Homesteader. The 50cm. Plants produce 8 to 10cm pods that contain 6-9 small cream coloured peas with excellent flavour. Performs well in cold weather. Plant as soon as the ground can b... [ more ]

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PEAS - LITTLE MARVEL PEAS - LITTLE MARVEL

Introduced before 1908, these were also known as American Wonder. The 40cm plants produce 8 to 10cm pods with 6 or 7 medium size very sweet peas. They are a high yielder with a long season. Plant as soon as the ground can be worked. Sow... [ more ]

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PEPPERS - CALIFORNIA WONDER PEPPERS - CALIFORNIA WONDER

Heirloom. A vigorous and prolific large sweet pepper which ripens from green to red. Mildly sweet. It is an excellent stuffing pepper. Very reliable. Start seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost. Plant seed 1cm deep. Germinates in 1... [ more ]

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PEPPERS - CAYENNE LONG RED SLIM PEPPERS - CAYENNE LONG RED SLIM

This very old variety was introduced prior to 1827. Itís the standard variety from where cayenne pepper comes. Peppers are 10-15cm long, slender, curled and twisted. They ripen from glossy dark green to crimson red. They are fiery hot. ... [ more ]

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PEPPERS - HUNGARIAN SWEET WAX 30 seeds PEPPERS - HUNGARIAN SWEET WAX 30 seeds

Introduced in 1941, this pepper is widely grown under many names. Fruits are 15cm long and taper to a blunt end. They ripen from green to yellow to orange to red. Flesh has a mild, sweet flavour. A heavy producer. Start seed indoors 6-8... [ more ]

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PUMPKINS - DILL'S ATLANTIC GIANT PUMPKINS - DILL'S ATLANTIC GIANT

These seeds come from the worldís record for size originator. 25-50 kg fruits are commonly grown. They require fertile soil, good irrigation wide spacing and heavy feeding. By limiting each plant to one fruit 90-135 kg fruits are commonly... [ more ]

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RADISHES - CHERRY BELLE RADISHES - CHERRY BELLE

An heirloom variety. This traditional red round radish is 2.5cm in diameter and has crisp, white flesh. Very reliable. Radishes like cool weather. Plant from early to late spring and late summer to early fall for a continuous supply. So... [ more ]

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RADISHES - DIAKON RADISHES - DIAKON

This is an old, unique Japanese variety used extensively in Oriental cuisine. The roots are 20 to30 cm long with white skin and white flesh. The Flesh is crisp. Add some to miso soup. Itís great. Plant in early spring. Sow seeds .5 cm... [ more ]

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RADISHES - FRENCH BREAKFAST RADISHES - FRENCH BREAKFAST

Introduced in 1879, this radish is rosy red with a white tip. It is oblong, 5cm by 2.5cm.The flesh is white, crisp and pungent and it is very cold hardy. Radishes like cool weather. Plant from early to late spring and from late summer t... [ more ]

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RADISHES -ROUND BLACK SPANISH 1g RADISHES -ROUND BLACK SPANISH 1g

Dating to the 1820ís, this is an unusual black skinned radish with white flesh that is crisp and flavourful. The round roots are 10cm. Radishes like cool weather. Plant from early to late spring and late summer to early fall. Sow seeds... [ more ]

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SPINACH - BLOOMSDALE LONG STANDING SPINACH - BLOOMSDALE LONG STANDING

Introduced in 1826, this is the most popular spinach sold. The glossy dark leaves are crinkled, tender and richly flavoured. The plants are vigorous, upright and slow to bolt in hot weather. Spinach loves cold weather. Direct seed as so... [ more ]

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SQUASH - WINTER, ACORN (Tuffy) SQUASH - WINTER, ACORN (Tuffy)

The black-green skin has heavy ribbing. They yellow flesh is thicker, dryer and sweeter then most others. For best tate and sweetness wait 2 weeks or more after harvest. Plants yield 5-6 one kg fruits. Light: Full Sun Soil: Rich, well d... [ more ]

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SQUASH - WINTER, BUTTERNUT SQUASH - WINTER, BUTTERNUT

Waltham Butternut -The standard Butternut Squash. The fruits average 25cm and 1.5 to 2 kg. Flesh is smooth and has a sweet flavour especially after 2 months storage. Plants average 4-5 fruits. Light: Full Sun Soil: Rich, well drained ... [ more ]

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TOMATOES - AMISH PASTE TOMATOES - AMISH PASTE

An Amish heirloom that produces tear drop shaped 150-200gr. fruits. The rich flavoured meaty fruits are great for sauces or fresh eating. They love rich soil Add some compost when setting out. Start seeds indoors 4-6 weeks before last... [ more ]

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TOMATOES - BEEFSTEAK TOMATOES - BEEFSTEAK

Heirloom. A large, bright red, rich tasting tomato weighing up to almost 1kg.They are a heavy producer. Tomatoes love rich soil. Add some compost when planting out. Start seeds indoors 6 to 8 weeks before last frost. Cover seeds and germ... [ more ]

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TOMATOES - BLACK CHERRY TOMATOES - BLACK CHERRY

This heirloom variety originated in Russia. The 2.5cm fruits are a deep red (almost black) and are grown in clusters. They have a strong, tangy sweet taste. Great for eating right off the vine. They love rich soil. Add some compost whe... [ more ]

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TOMATOES - BLACK KRIM TOMATOES - BLACK KRIM

This heirloom Russian tomato is from the Black Sea area. It produces 10-15cm globes with dark greenish black tops, which almost turn black with enough heat and sun. They are very flavourful. They love rich soil. Add some compost when s... [ more ]

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TOMATOES - BONNIE BEST TOMATOES - BONNIE BEST

A good northern tomato and heavy producer of medium size bright scarlet fruits. They are excellent for canning and slicing due to its firm flesh. A really nice all round old fashioned heirloom tomato. They love rich soil. Add some comp... [ more ]

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TOMATOES - BRANDYWINE TOMATOES - BRANDYWINE

One of the most famous Amish heirlooms. From1885, these large plants produce .5kg fruits with deep pink skins and highly flavoured, juicy red flesh. Tomatoes love rich soil. Add some compost when setting out. Start seeds indoors 6-8 w... [ more ]

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TOMATOES - GREEN STRIPE ZEBRA   TOMATOES - GREEN STRIPE ZEBRA

An old variety that produces 6cm green fruits with a yellow blush and dark green stripes. They have a tangy taste. They should be staked. Tomatoes love rich soil. Start seeds indoors 4-6 weeks before last frost. Cover seed lightly and... [ more ]

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TOMATOES - MONEY MAKER TOMATOES - MONEY MAKER

Money Maker is one of the oldest heirloom tomatoes. The deep red fruits are approximately 8-10cm and are grown in clusters of 6-8 fruits along 1.5m vines. Very tasty and a heavy producer. They love rich soil. Add some compost when setti... [ more ]

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TOMATOES - RED CHERRY TOMATOES - RED CHERRY

An heirloom cherry tomato that bears clusters of 6 to 8 tomatoes. The red, juicy fruits have an intense flavour. Great to eat right off the vine. Tomatoes love rich soil. Add some Compost. Start indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost. So... [ more ]

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TOMATOES - TOMATILLO GROUND CHERRY 50 seeds TOMATOES - TOMATILLO GROUND CHERRY 50 seeds

Not a true tomato, this ďground cherryĒ is used to make green chili sauce. The 140-200g fruits are enclosed in a tan coloured husk. The sweet fruits are ripe when they burst through the husks. Before using wash off the sticky coating. St... [ more ]

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TOMATOES - YELLOW PEAR TOMATOES - YELLOW PEAR

This is a very old heirloom cherry tomato dating back to the early 1600ís. The vines produce clusters of beautiful 3-5cm pear shaped tomatoes in colours ranging from lemon to golden yellow. They have a mild, sweet flavour. Tomatoes love... [ more ]

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TURNIPS - PURPLE TOP WHITE GLOBE TURNIPS - PURPLE TOP WHITE GLOBE

Introduced prior to 1880, this is still the standard for both commercial and home gardeners. Roots are purplish red above ground and cream below. The flesh is sweet, mild flavoured and fine textured. Harvest when the roots are 8 to 10cm i... [ more ]

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