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Pineapple Physalis
Pineapple Physalis
Our Price: €2.80

Physalis edulis A dwarf form of Cape Gooseberry, that produces a delicious crop of small orange fruit in a ‘lantern’. The fruit are sweet with a distinct pineapple flavour. Happier indoors, but will grow outside. Harvest when lanterns turn brown and fall off. Great container crop.

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Sunviva
Sunviva
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Sunviva is a delicious early yellow cherry type tomato with good blight resistance and could possibly be grown outside in Ireland. We grew it indoors in 2018 and it produced a serious amount of fruit. the plants grow quite tall and need staking and side branching. The world’s first tomato variety with an open source seed license. This means that anyone can use and share the seed. It was bred by It was bred by https://culinaris-saatgut.de who are generously giving it to the world. To know more about the open source seed license have a look here. www.opensourceseeds.org

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Shiraz Tall Top
Shiraz Tall Top
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This was top yielder in a 2014 trial and we have finally saved it for seed.  It is a dark red beet with a sweet taste and with the added attraction of tender delicious leaves. It can be boiled, roasted or made into borsch. We love it in a salad with walnuts and blue cheese.  It was bred by a collaboration of open-pollinated plant breeders in the US including the Organic Seed Alliance, John Navazio and Steve Peters. more info
Jersey Grex
Jersey Grex
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This is a selection from Carol Deppe's Beefy Resilient Grex. Some of the beans were mottled and a bit bigger, and I am guessing they were a cross with Jersey Dwarf. They are beautiful colours, and taste pretty good too. more info
Bottle Gourd
Bottle Gourd
Our Price: €2.80

Lagenaria siceraria Also known as Calabash. 20-40 cm fruit, ripen into hollow woody structures which can be made into bowls, toys, instruments or birdhouses. They will harden over winter in a warm, dry spot. If mould appears, gently scrape off the upper layer of skin and dry fruit quickly. Sow in Aril or May and keep under cover, provide a string or other support to allow the plants to climb. 10 seeds per packet. more info
   
 
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