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Costata Romanesco
Costata Romanesco
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Cucurbita pepo Light green, ridged courgette, that is also one of the best squashes for drying (slices of green fruit harvested in summer at the large courgette stage)This Italian heirloom came to us via carol Deppe. Sow in April under cover and plant out in May or June. Harvest when small as a courgette and fist sized for drying.

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Gardener packet 10 seeds
Grower packet 100 seeds

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Resi
Resi
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An indeterminate,  disease resistant cherry tomato, with good aromatic flavour.  Average 25 seeds/packet more info
Sart Roloise
Sart Roloise
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  • This variety was bred by Roland Boulanger in Belgium. It is a cross between White Wonder and Baby Blue tomato. It is a pale yellow tomato with striking blue black shoulders. It tastes even better than it looks.
  • Sow from January to March. As this is an indeterminate type it needs to be supported and have its side shoots removed. Harvest July on. Average seeds per packet 25
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Beluga Lentils
Beluga Lentils
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LENS CULINARIS Lentils have been grown in the Middle East for over 100,000 years, where they were domesticated from the wild species Lens orientalis. Beluga lentils probably got their name form the caviar that they resemble. They are grown in cool dry climates, such as Canada, (which grows about a third of the world's lentils), and unlike their red and yellow cousins retain their shape when cooked. They absorb other flavours well, and are high in anthocyanins. Sow in a weed free bed, as the plants start slowly and do not compete well with weeds. Keep well weeded throughout the season. When the pods mature and the lentils are hard, harvest the plants whole and dry in a warm airy place. Thresh the plants in a bag or sieve. Approx 50 seeds
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Mr Ferns
Mr Ferns
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Jason originally trialled this variety for Irish Seed Savers and found it to be more productive than his standard commercial market garden variety. He has been saving it for several years and is always impressed by its ease of growth. Lovely pink flowers and not quite straight green bean pods with beans which go dark purple/black when dried. Average 30 seeds per packet Grown by Jason Horner more info
Hankham Horn
Hankham Horn
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This is a variety that Pete Dolliemore bred when he was at Hankham Organics. It’s a cross between Corno di Torro and Pantos. It gives a good yield of sweet, medium sized, thin walled, pointed red peppers. Requires staking as the plants can grow to over three feet. Average 20 seeds/packet more info
Borlotto Lingua di Fuoco
Borlotto Lingua di Fuoco
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Borlotto Lingua di fuoco A Climbing French Bean with a lovely red stripe that goes green upon cooking. Can also be used for eating as a dried bean and has lovely dark red stripes/speckles on the bean.

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Husky
Husky
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Allium porrum One of the Blue/Green varieties that hold well through the winter. Can be picked after an early sowing from October on. Heavy shanks and flags with good resistance to rust. Grown by Jason Horner more info
Robelja
Robelja
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Allium cepa A nice round/tear shaped red onion that yields well. Mild tasting and stores reasonably well, lovely for salads and sandwiches. Grows well from a multi sown module/block.

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Brighton
Brighton
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An overwintering glasshouse type Butterhead lettuce, which has been Jason’s go-to over winter early spring Butterhead lettuce for a good many years. Produces a nice tasty crisp leaved compact head that stands well. Resistant to many strains of downy mildew. Grown by Jason Horner

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