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  • Fennel, Florence – Rondo F1

    Florence fennel should be grown more often.  Rondo is an early, high yielding variety.  Very high quality with rounded white bulbs. Highly resistant to bolting.  Performs well under glass or polytunnel.  If you Sow one seed per module about 1cm deep and about 4 – 5 weeks later plant out. Sowing: May to June Spacing: … more information

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  • Green Manure – Phacelia

    Phacelia is my favourite summer green manure.  As the German name ‘Bee’s Friend’ shows it is also one of the best plants for attracting beneficial wildlife. Sowing:  From late March to September. Sprinkle the seeds over a finely raked soil. Cover 7 square metres. More on summer green manures In nature bare soil doesn’t exist.  … more information

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  • Kaibroc F1

    Kaibroc F1 is a new development in broccoli.  It is a unique and delicious vegetable which has been brought about by crossing Broccoli with Kailan.  This produces a crunchy vegetable with slender, long shoots which are sweet tasting. Grown for it’s delicious crunchy and slender stems with small edible florets. Sowing: Early April – late … more information

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  • Kale - Nero Di Toscana

    Kale – Nero di Toscana

    Kale – Nero di Toscana is the kale that chefs rave about.  It has dark green lanceolate shaped leaves.  Looks a bit like a palm tree.  Can be harvested throughout the winter. Sowing: April to early June Sow one seed per module about 1.5cm deep and about 4 weeks later plant out. Spacing: Between rows: … more information

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  • Kale – Red Russian

    A very attractive and frost hardy kale.  Crops over a long period with purple/green leaves.  Can be harvested throughout the winter.  Highly recommended by Fionnuala Fallon from the Irish Times. 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 … more information

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    Kale – Redbor F1

    Redbor is definitely the most beautiful vegetable in your garden and of course you can eat it as well.  It has densely curled red leaves. Sowing: April to late June Sow one seed per module about 1.5cm deep and about 4 weeks later plant out. Spacing: Between rows: 60cm Between plants in the row: 50cm … more information

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  • Kohlrabi – Azur Star

    A very attractive and delicious purple kohlrabi.  Very easy to grow and very versatile.  Kohlrabi is the queen of the cabbage family. Sowing: Late March (in mild areas) to late June Sow one seed per module about 1cm deep and about 4 weeks later plant out. Spacing: Between rows: 30cm Between plants in the row: … more information

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  • Leek – Blue Solaise

    Leek – Blue Solaise is a traditional French variety that is extremely hardy.  Deep blue/purple leaves.  Plants are ready to harvest in March to May the following year. Sowing: May to June Sow 2 seeds per cell in modular trays and plant out 8-10 weeks after sowing without splitting up the seedlings. Spacing: Between rows: … more information

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  • Leek – Bluegreen Winter

    A truly winter hardy leek with attractive blue green leaves.  They are ready for harvesting from November until February.  An improved bluegreen winter type. Sowing: February to March Sow 2 seeds per cell in modular trays and plant out 8-10 weeks after sowing without splitting up the seedlings. Spacing: Between rows: 45cm Between plants in … more information

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  • Leek – Hannibal

    Hannibal is a very strong growing leek with a great root system making it ideal for organic production.  It’s also very delicious.  You can harvest it from September until late November Sowing: February to March Sow 2 seeds per cell in modular trays and plant out 8-10 weeks after sowing without splitting up the seedlings. … more information

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  • Lettuce – Lakeland (Iceberg)

    Lettuce – Lakeland is a crunchy and crisp ‘Iceberg’ lettuce which has heavy dark green heads and is ideal for the Irish climate.  Lakeland is very reliable with large well wrapped heads and has few outer leaves.  Resistant to mildew and bolting.  Iceberg lettuce often has a bad reputation, however, if grown organically it can make quite … more information

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  • Lettuce – Red Salad Bowl

    Lettuce – Red Salad Bowl is a traditional oak-leaf  lettuce with attractive burgundy/green leaves.  It’s very high yielding and will produce succulent leaves over a long period of time. Sowing: March until July in modules, plant out about 4 to 5 weeks later. Spacing:  Between rows: 35cm Between plants in the row: 35cm Approx seed … more information

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  • Lettuce – Salad Bowl

    Lettuce – Salad Bowl is the green version of red salad bowl.  A high yielding attractive oak-leaf lettuce with delicious succulent leaves. Sowing: March until July in modules, plant out about 4 to 5 weeks later. Spacing:  Between rows: 35cm Between plants in the row: 35cm Approx seed count: 200 Lettuce: Latin name:  Lactuca sativa … more information

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  • Lettuce – Surprise Mix

    Lettuce – Surprise Mix is my own mixture of the best lettuce varieties.  Expect a surprise. Sowing:  Sow small amounts every 2 weeks from late March until July.  Sow 1-3 seeds per cell in modular trays and plant out 4 to 5 weeks after sowing.  Do not cover the seeds! Spacing: Between rows: 25cm Between … more information

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  • Klaus Laitenberger

    Lettuce, Batavia – Red & Green Mix

    Lettuce, Batavia – Red & Green Mix is an interesting mix of red and green batavia lettuce.  Delicious crunchy leaves.  One of my favourites. Sowing: Sow small amounts every 2 weeks from late March until July.  Sow 1 seed per cell in modular trays and plant out 4 to 5 weeks after sowing.  Do not … more information

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  • Lettuce, Butterhead – Marvel of Four Seasons

    Lettuce, Butterhead – Marvel of Four Seasons is a very attractive red green butterhead.  A delicious and tender variety, easy to grow. Sowing: Sow small amounts every 2 weeks from late March until July.  Sow 1 seed per cell in modular trays and plant out 4 to 5 weeks after sowing.  Do not cover the … more information

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  • Klaus Laitenberger

    Lettuce, Cos – Little Gem

    Lettuce, Cos – Little Gem is one of the most delicious and popular types of lettuce with a lovely flavour. Sowing:  Sow small amounts every 2 weeks from late March until July.  Sow 1 seed per cell in modular trays and plant out 4 to 5 weeks after sowing.  Do not cover the seeds! Spacing: … more information

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  • Klaus Laitenberger

    Lettuce, Cos – Red Cos

    Lettue, Cos – Red Cos is a special red cos type specially selected for baby-leaf production.  The leaves remain dark red even if grown under protection. Sowing: Sow small amounts every 2 weeks from late March until July.  Sow 1 seed per cell in modular trays and plant out 4 to 5 weeks after sowing.  … more information

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  • Lettuce, Crisphead – Lakeland

    Lettuce, Crisphead – Lakeland is a traditional iceberg variety.  Very reliable with large well wrapped heads.  Resistant to mildew and bolting. Sowing: Sow small amounts every 2 weeks from late March until July.  Sow 1 seed per cell in modular trays and plant out 4 to 5 weeks after sowing.  Do not cover the seeds! … more information

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  • Lettuce, Loose Leaf – New Red Fire

    Lettuce, Loose Leaf – New Red Fire is a dark red lollo type with high resistance to bolting.  Delicious sweet, crisp leaves with wine red tinges. Sow small amounts every 2 weeks from late March until July.  Sow 1 seed per cell in modular trays and plant out 4 to 5 weeks after sowing.  Do … more information

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  • Lovage

    Lovage

    Lovage is an upright, herbaceous, perennial plant growing to 1.8–2.5 m (5.9–8.2 ft) tall, with a basal rosette of leaves and stems with further leaves, the flowers being produced in umbels at the top of the stems. The stems and leaves are shiny glabrous green to yellow-green and smell somewhat similar to celery when crushed.  The flowers … more information

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