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NameVarietyKeyDescriptionProduct details
Beetroot Mix each packet contains a mix of red, red striped, golden & white
Beetroot Monogram F1 monogerm variety (1 plant per seed), richly coloured, vigorous, uniform smooth skinned, ideal for baby beet
Beetroot Pablo F1 top quality, uniform & high yielding, ideal for exhibition work
Beetroot Pronto small round, early-late maincrop, bolt resistant
Beetroot Red Arrow F1 strong, round & uniform, deep red colour, good for showing
Borecole Black Cabbage dark, long strap-like leaf with a peppery flavour, use immature for stir frys & salads
Borecole Black Magic (improved Cavola Nero) better uniformity, dark striking, narrow well textured leaves, more cold tolerance, and less likely to bolt
Borecole Dwarf Green Curled hardy, bushy variety, November cropping
Borecole Hungry Gap so called, it fits the gap between other varieties, ideal for salad leaves, late cropping
Borecole Kale Maris Kestrel very prolific, very hardy variety
Borecole Kale Red Russian grey-green feathery leaves, purple stems for salads and stir fries
Borecole Kale Thousand Head tall variety, leafy and frost resistant heads
Borecole Nero Di Toscano all Italian type, with tight, long, heavy blistered leaves of dark green
Borecole Pentland Brig lightly curled leaves, a little similar to cabbage in taste, great for steaming, boiling or frying as chinese style seaweed
Borecole Redbor F1 very attractive red kale with a distinct contrast to green types, also suited for salad-leaf growing
Borecole Scarletto red curly leaves, cut young for salads
Broccoli - heading Romanesco excellent, small, creamy-green conical heads
Broccoli - heading Verdant attractive, medium sized, solid green curds, ready 100 days from sowing
Broccoli - sprouting Cardinal late purple sprouting variety, with a good flavour, ready March - May
Broccoli - sprouting Collection a collection of Rudolph, Red Arrow and White Star
Broccoli - sprouting Late Purple Sprouting late variety with good flavour, cutting late April
Broccoli - sprouting Purple Sprouting early variety, cutting March onwards
Broccoli - sprouting Red Admiral F1 outstanding vigour and spear quality matures from February-March with high yields
Broccoli - sprouting Red Arrow fine quality spears, later than Red Spear, cropping late February - mid April
Broccoli - sprouting Red Head later variety, large heads & good sized shoots

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