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Christmas Cracker
Christmas Cracker
Our Price: €5.00

A Christmas cracker with a random packet of seeds, a superior quality red hat and a hilarious joke. more info
Peas on Earth Box
Peas on Earth Box
Our Price: €11.00

Contains 3 packets of heritage pea seeds

Irish Green Pea - rescued from Ireland by the Vavilov institute, and re-instated by the Irish Seed Savers Association.

Golden Sweet - A Yellow podded mange-tout or soup pea, ossibly one of the ones used by Mendel

Douce de Provence -a good French petit-pois


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Brexit Box
Brexit Box
Our Price: €11.00

Three nutritious British vegetables
Giant Red carrot
Asparagus kale
White Gem parsnip

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Remainer Box
Remainer Box
Our Price: €11.00

Three continental vegetable varieties

Lettuce Wonder of Four Seasons (Mervielle de Quatre Saisons)
Leek Solaise Bleu
Tomato St. Pierre


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Baby's First Dinner Box
Baby's First Dinner Box
Our Price: €14.00

Seeds of Peas, Spinach, Carrots and Beetroot.

It is very exciting when babies first start to eat solid food. They love the sensation of putting novel foods in their mouths and are delighted with new flavours and textures. There is a lot of controversy about whether a baby’s first meal should be cereals, meat fruit or vegetables, but most authorities agree that a baby can benefit from fresh vegetables from around 6 months of age. Iron is an important part of a baby’s diet at this point, as the store of iron they are born with has been depleted and there isn’t enough in milk. The vegetables we have chosen are good sources of iron and vitamins. It is probably best to cook vegetables for babies, as it makes them easier to digest. However over-cooking will destroy some of the vitamins. It is not necessary to puree them, as picking up pieces of food themselves helps baby’s coordination, and many believe they are capable of balancing their diets by choosing food that suits them.

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Irish Heritage Vegetable Seed box
Irish Heritage Vegetable Seed box
Our Price: €14.00

4 Packets of Seeds

Tipperary Turnip (swede), Winter Roscoff Cauliflower, Irish Green Pea, Gortahork Cabbage

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Four Season Salad Box
Four Season Salad Box
Our Price: €14.00

Four packets of Mixed salad leaf seeds
Spring Salad Mix: contains Rocket, Lettuce Spinach, Mustard Greens and Mizuna
Summer Salad Mix: contains Lettuce, Beet, Mizuna, Orache and Quinoa
Autumn Salad Mix: contains Spinach, Rocket, Texel Greens and Mustard Greens
Winter Salad Mix: contains Winter Purslane, Land Cress, Lamb's Lettuce, and Mustard Greens
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Fab Four Heirloom Tomato Box
Fab Four Heirloom Tomato Box
Our Price: €14.00

Four of our real favourites,

Mortgage Lifter Big and juicy, the perfect salad tomato.

Japanese Black Trifele, Rich sweet flavour, great for salads and cooking.

Gardeners Delight Tiny treats, bit taste, great for small people and toppings.

Yellow Perfection, Super sweet, low acid, globes of sunshine.

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Fermenters Favourites Box
Fermenters Favourites Box
Our Price: €14.00

Contains 4 packets of seeds

Gortahork Cabbage

Mino Early Daikon (white radish)

Giant Red Carrot

Shiraz Tall Top Beetroot


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Purple Veg Box
Purple Veg Box
Our Price: €17.00

The purple veg box contains 5 packets of vegetable seeds which produce purple vegetables full of health giving anthocyanin. The seeds included are, Indigo Rose tomato, Purple Guatemalan broad beans, Purple Sprouting Broccoli, Ragged Jack Kale, and Oak fire Mustard.

Why Purple Vegetables?

Well for a start they look cool, but the amazing thing about them is that the colour is caused by the presence of anthocyanins, which are plant compounds associated with a myriad of health benefits. They have a role in improving night vision, the reduction of cancer cell proliferation, improving memory, cardiovascular disease protection, healthy aging and have been shown to aid in the prevention of diabetes and obesity (in mice), on a high fat diet.Anthocyanins are notoriously difficult to study as there are lots of them, and they are easily broken down or transformed into other things as soon as you start to interfere with them. The purple colour in beets comes from betalain compounds, which are also powerful antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and really good for you.

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