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  • Cabbage, Red – Rodynda

    The best red cabbage ever, bio-dynamically bred.  The flavour and texture is outstanding and the yield is fantastic.  Matures in late Autumn for storage. Sowing: In modules April to May Approx. seed count:20

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  • Cabbage, Savoy – Vertus

    A very frost hardy savoy cabbage with finely blistered dark green leaves for harvesting from October until February. Sowing: April to early June Sow one seed per module about 1.5cm deep and about 4 weeks later plant out. Spacing: Between rows: 50cm Between plants in the row: 50cm Approx. seed count: 100

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  • Cabbage, Spring – Hispi F1

    A delicious early pointed cabbage.  One of the most tender cabbages especially if grown in early spring in a tunnel.  Be aware though that once it is ready it will crack, so only sow a few seeds at a time. Sowing: March to April on propagator Sow one seed per module about 1.5cm deep and … more information

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  • Cabbage, Summer – Stonehead F1

    An excellent summer cabbage producing a dark green head with a solid heart with an excellent flavour. Sowing: March to April on a propagator Sow one seed per module about 1.5cm deep and about 4 weeks later plant out. Spacing: Between rows: 40cm Between plants in the row: 40cm Approx. seed count: 30  

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  • Cabbage, Winter – January King Late No.3

    A very hardy, frost resistant variety with red –tinged leaves.  The colder it gets the redder the leaves.  Matures from November until January.  Harvest as required. Sowing: April to early June Sow one seed per module about 1.5cm deep and about 4 weeks later plant out. Spacing: Between rows: 45cm Between plants in the row: … more information

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  • Calabrese – Chevalier F1

    Calabrese is the broccoli from the shops with the dark green head.  Chevalier is an excellent variety suitable for early main and late sowings.  Has good cold and disease resistance. Sowing: Make successional sowings every 3 to 4 weeks from April until mid June. Sow one seed per module about 1.5cm deep and about 4 … more information

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  • Calendula – Pot Marigold

    Calendula – Pot Marigold is a semi double variety of this amazing edible orange flower.  It has also many medicinal benefits and can be made into herbal preparations. Sowing:  From March to June. Sow one seed per module and plant out 4 weeks later.  Alternatively sow direct. Spacing: 20cm x20cm Approx. seed count: 80 Although … more information

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  • Carrot – Autumn King

    One of the most reliable varieties.  Well suited to heavy soils, but maybe not the best for flavour.  Harvest in October for storing through the winter. Sowing: Sow directly outside in a well prepared seed bed in shallow drills (1.5cm deep).  The best sowing date is in late May/early June to avoid the carrot root … more information

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  • Carrot – Chantenay Red Cored

    A delicious stump rooted carrot with smooth roots. Harvest from late August onwards. Sowing: Sow directly outside in a well prepared seed bed in shallow drills (1.5cm deep).  The best sowing date is in late May/early June to avoid the carrot root fly. Spacing: Between rows: 25cm Thin to 3cm between plants. Approx. seed count: … more information

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  • Carrot Rocket F1

    Carrot – Rocket F1

    Carrot – Rocket F1  is my favorite carrot variety.  One of the most delicious and versatile varieties. Sowing: October, February and March under protection. April and May outdoors. Approx seed count: 250 sds Growing Carrots: Family: Apiaceae (Umbelliferae) Related to:  Parsnip, celery, celeriac, parsley, coriander, dill. Botanical classification:  Daucus is the ancient Greek name for … more information

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  • Carrot – Romance F1

    Carrot – Romance F1 Carrot – Romance F1 is a very popular and most attractive carrot.  It grows very uniformly and performs well in most soil conditions. Carrot – Romance F1 yields blunt tipped carrots with deep orange roots.  Resists cracking and is very sweet tasting.  It is an early Nantes type and stores well. Sowing: … more information

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  • Carrot – Rothild

    One of the nicest tasting carrots with a very high vitamin content.  An excellent performer in our climate.  Harvest in October for storing through the winter. Sowing: Sow directly outside in a well prepared seed bed in shallow drills (1.5cm deep).  The best sowing date is in late May/early June to avoid the carrot root … more information

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  • Cauliflower – Flamenco F1

    A very reliable variety with a heavy compact white curd.  Very vigorous and well suited to the Irish climate. Sowing: In modules April – mid June.  Plant out about 4 weeks later. Spacing: Between rows: 60cm Between plants in the row: 60cm Approx. seed count: 15

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  • Celeriac – Giant Prague

    An excellent variety that produces large roots with an excellent flavour. Sowing: Celeriac isn’t the easiest vegetable to grow from seed.  In late March to mid April, sprinkle the small seeds thinly onto a filled 9cm pot containing fine seed compost and place on a propagator.  About 3 to 4 weeks afterwards prick out the … more information

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  • Celery – Victoria F1

    If you have tried to grow crunchy celery before and have failed, Victoria will come to your rescue.  It is absolutely fantastic, producing strong upright stalks that are crisp and succulent Sowing: In late March to early May, sprinkle the small seeds thinly onto a filled 9cm pot containing fine seed compost and place on … more information

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  • Chard – Rainbow Chard

    Each plant has different coloration ranging from white, yellow, pink, orange and red.  You can easily plant it in your flower border.  The whole leaf can be used and cooked like spinach or chard. Sowing: April – June It can either be sown directly into the garden or first raised in modular trays.  The seeds … more information

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  • Chard – Swiss Chard

    Swiss Chard is also known as Silver Beet or Seakale Beet.  It is a very popular vegetable in Italy where the white leaf stem is used as the vegetable.  The whole leaf, however, can be used.  Delicious if lightly steamed or stir-fried. Sowing: Make two successional sowings, the first one in April and the second one in … more information

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  • Children’s Seed Tin (5 packs)

    We selected 5 really easy and fun crops for children to grow.  They are beautifully presented in a seed tin and growing instructions are enclosed.  The tin contains the following seeds: Giant Sunflowers, Big Ugly Pumpkins, Bee & Butterfly Flower Mix, Cress and Radish. Sunflowers – Tall and Small Have you ever grown giant sunflowers?  … more information

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  • Claytonia – Winter Purslane

    Claytonia is also known as winter purslane or miner’s lettuce.  It is one of my favourite winter salads. Sowing: August to September for outdoor growing September for indoor growing Sow 5 – 7 seeds per module about 1cm deep and about 5 weeks later plant out. Spacing: Between rows: 25cm Between plants in the row: … more information

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  • Coriander – Leisure

    Coriander is becoming a very popular herb.  This variety ‘Leisure’ is specially selected for leaf production.  If you buy plain coriander seeds they are likely to bolt much quicker as the plants are meant for producing coriander seeds. Sowing:  Sow small amounts every 3 weeks from late March until August.  It can be sown directly … more information

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  • Corn Salad – Vit

    Vit is a fantastic variety which produces dark green relatively upright leaves.  Only sow corn salad in late summer/autumn for harvesting in late autumn to late winter. Sowing: Sow directly outside in a well prepared seed bed in shallow drills (1.5cm deep).  The best time to sow is in August/ September Spacing: Between rows: 15cm … more information

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  • Courgette – Ambassador F1

    A very good early variety dark green leaves.  Very reliable.  Harvest regularly throughout the summer. Sowing: Mid April until late May Sow individual seeds into small pots (7cm) or large modules and keep in a warm place.  Pot on into a 10cm pot when ready.  Plant out in late May-June after hardening off.  Initial protection … more information

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  • Courgette – Nero Di Milano

    Nero Di Milano is an open-pollinated variety with dark green fruits from Italy. Sowing:  Mid April until late May Sow individual seeds into small pots (7cm) or large modules and keep in a warm place.  Pot on into a 10cm pot when ready.  Plant out in late May-June after hardening off.  Initial protection with a … more information

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  • Courgette – Parador F1

    Attractive, shiny golden-yellow fruits with a wonderful nutty flavour and texture.  Harvest regularly throughout the summer. Sowing: Mid April until late May Sow individual seeds into small pots (7cm) or large modules and keep in a warm place.  Pot on into a 10cm pot when ready.  Plant out in late May-June after hardening off.  Initial … more information

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  • Cress – Fine Curled

    Cress – Fine Curled is the easiest and fastest salad to grow with a slightly spicy taste. Sowing: Sprinkle seeds thickly over a thin layer of compost. Do not cover the seeds.  Grow indoors in a pot all year round. Ready to harvest in two to three weeks. Approx. seed count: 1500 sds Botanical name: Barbarea … more information

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  • Cucumber – Passandra F1

    Passandra produces high quality medium sized (15cm) cucumbers.  It is also tolerant of mildew.  My favourite. Sowing: Late April until mid June Sow individual seeds into small pots (7cm) or large modules and keep in a warm place.  Pot on into a 10cm pot when ready.  Plant into greenhouse or polytunnel.  Two plants should be … more information

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  • Cucumber Bella F1

    Cucumber- ‘Bella F1’

    Cucumber – Bella F1 is an  all female greenhouse variety which produces good yields of long, 35cm (14”) fruits with a superb cucumber flavour and no bitter aftertaste. With a vigorous habit and good tolerance to powdery mildew, Cucumber ‘Bella F1’ makes a reliable variety when grown in a greenhouse or polytunnel against supports. Sowing: Late … more information

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  • Dill – Dukat

    Dill is ‘dillicious’.  Dukat is the best variety for leaf production.  If you buy plain dill seeds they are likely to bolt much quicker as the plants are meant for producing dill seeds. Sowing:  Sow small amounts every 3 weeks from late March until August.  It can be sown directly into the ground or into … more information

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