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NameVarietyKeyDescriptionProduct details
Cauliflower Cendis F1 a good variety for cutting Nov-Jan, with well-protected curds, and a resistance to most viruses
Cauliflower Clapton F1 first variety available with club root resistance, erect habit well covered curds, ready approximately 85 days from planting mid July-mid October
Cauliflower Helsinki F1 a uniformed variety, with good sized heads, ideal to sow from October to harvest June - July
Cauliflower Kestel solid white curds, Summer - late Autumn heading, well protected curds
Cauliflower Longships F1 an excellent variety, with uniformed, well-protected curds, maturing May to early June
Cauliflower Marney F1 nice uniformed Winter Cauliflower with deep curds cutting March-April
Cauliflower Mexico F1 a firm variety, with well-wrapped heads and good white curds, for cutting from October to December
Cauliflower Nautilus F1 top quality, very round, pure white, heavy curds ready June-October, ideal for exhibition work
Cauliflower Needles a nice uniformed variety, heading December - January, with deep smooth curds
Cauliflower Nessie F1 a nice Summer heading variety, well covered head, for cutting mid June - mid October
Cauliflower North Foreland F1 a variety with a good standing ability, with deep, well protected curds, a very hardy variety for cutting January to February
Cauliflower Patriot winter headed variety, heading April/May, well covered curds
Cauliflower Purple Cape deep purple, good flavour, cut early spring
Cauliflower Red Lion F1 purple, deep, well covered heads, cut October - December
Cauliflower Serac F1 early hybrid, sow Oct-Jan for cropping May-June
Cauliflower Snowball tight medium size heads, June - August
Cauliflower Triomphant F1 well protected, dense curds, a variety best suited for the south, for cropping December to January
Cauliflower Veitchs Self Protecting late cutting variety, ready November - December
Celeriac Giant Prague turnip-shaped root, used for soups/salads
Celery Crystal self blanching, smooth, succulent, well flavoured, excellent for exhibition work
Celery Golden Self Blanching dwarf variety, no earthing up required
Celtuce Celtuce an celery lettuce combination, may be cooked, steamed or eaten raw, high vitamin content
Chicory Brussels Witloof large, thick leaf/stalk, used blanched in salads
Collard Greens Proteor cholesterol lowering ability, large range of vitamins, also excellent food for Iguanas
Corn Salad Verte de Cambrai 60 day maturity, slow to bolt, broad leaves, highly aromatic, best corn salad yet

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