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White Spear
White Spear
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Allium fistulosum A Japanese style bunching onion Fast growing and hardy perennial salad onion. Sow regularly from February to July in rows 20cm apart. Thin as onions are needed for salads. Harvest when small, before the flavour becomes too strong.

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Painted Lady
Painted Lady
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Friar Antonio de Arrabida described this species in Flora of Rio de Janeiro in 1827. It produces masses of long, fine flavoured beans. The attractive bicolour flowers which make a fine show when trained up supports are a bonus. Runner beans are perennial and may overwinter in sheltered spots such as the polytunnel. Average 10 seeds/packet. more info
New Zealand Spinach
New Zealand Spinach
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Tetragonia tetragonioides An antipodean perennial plant whose leaves were used by Captain Cook on the Endeavour, to fight scurvy. As the leaves contain oxalic acid they should be blanched and rinsed in cold water, before cooking. It does not bolt in hot weather, and it has a high vitamin C content. Sow in spring and plant out after last frost. Seeds can take several weeks to germinate. Average 25 seeds per packet. more info
Wild Rocket
Wild Rocket
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Doplotaxis tenuifolia A perennial version of the salad rocket with a nutty mustard flavour, and yellow flowers. Very productive and easy to grow. It can be sown from spring to autumn, and will thrive in most reasonable conditions.

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Chives
Chives
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Allium schoenoprasum Mild onion flavoured leaves with pink pom-pom flowersthat brighten up gardens and meals.Average 100seeds pr packet.
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Nine Star Perennial Broccoli - Gardener pack
Nine Star Perennial Broccoli - Gardener pack
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Brassica oleracea This unusual variety produces lots of small white cauliflowers in early spring and, if well cut back, some plants will continue growing for several seasons. Average 100 seeds/packet. more info
EZeer Thresh
EZeer Thresh
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EZeer Thresh A Perennial wheat population that threshes easier and cleaner, a trait that is desirable for any small scale non-mechanized grower that wants to use this for bread making. Origin: PSR Perennial Grain breeding program Bred by Tim Peters, it can be sown in spring or autumn but is more likely to die if sown in spring as it outs too much into producing a crop before it is well established. Average 50 seeds/ packet.

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Cherbury Asparagus
Cherbury Asparagus
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Cherbury Asparagus

Asparagus Officialis This variety came from Irish Seed Savers and has been growing in a tunnel here in Co. Clare for the last 6/7 years. It produces a good quantity of tasty spears which need to be cut regularly to keep it going. Have had very few issues with it except it doesn’t like being moved NB. Also it likes a sunny warm spring for optimum production. Average 25 seeds / packet Grown by Jason Horner

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