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NameVarietyKeyDescriptionProduct details
Green Manure Winter Mix a mixture of rye/vetch/phacelia ideal for growing over winter, 3g per square metre
Kohl Rabi Delicacy Purple later to mature than the green variety
Kohl Rabi Delicacy White short topped, greenish-white bulb, suitable for forcing
Lambs lettuce sow Autumn for Winter-Spring use
Leaf Beet Bright Lights multicoloured, yellow/orange/pink & white, 50cm tall, use from 28 days
Leaf Beet Perpetual Spinach standard dark leaf variety, for Summer cropping
Leaf Beet Rhubarb Chard - Charlotte stunning red with deep coloured veins, widely used in supermarket salad packs, good ornamental variety as well
Leek Below Zero F1 British bred, rust resistant, able to withstand harsh weather, 40cm tall, with white stems and dark leaves
Leek Conway F1 a British-bred variety, with an excellent cropping potential, one of the earliest varieties, producing broad, heavy shafts
Leek Giant Winter solid white shanks, ready October - January
Leek Jolant (same as Robinsons Giant Winter) suited for early production, crops August - December, no bulbing, good for exhibition
Leek Longbow late Autumn / Winter variety, long shanks
Leek Lyon2/Prizetaker This is an old favourite - back again, cropping September to November, good sized leeks with long thick stems, ideal for exhibition work
Leek Mammoth Blanche well known variety, very tasty, ideal for heavy soils
Leek Mammoth Pot well known exhibition type, very tasty, ideal for heavy soils
Leek Musselburgh very hardy, long variety, ready November-January
Leek Northern Lights Winter hardy, British bred, with blue - green leaves, changing to purple during the Winter, stands well, harvest December through to Spring
Leek Oarsman F1 late variety, excellent vigour and uniformity, medium length shank and dark leaves
Leek Season Pack consisting of standard-sized packets of 1 Zermatt, 1 Tornado & 1 Tadorna, which if sown at the same time will give early, mid & late maturity, to cover the season
Leek Tadorna dark green flags, medium to large shafts, good winter hardiness, stands well.
Leek Tornado medium, bold, dark plants with upright leaves & good shaft length
Leek Zermatt early Swiss Giant type, long shafts, erect leaves, good base & some rust resistance
Lettuce Collection 1 standard packet of each of Lilian, Lobjoits & Lolla Rossa giving a butterhead, a cos and a leaf variety
Lettuce Mixed a mixture of butterhead, cos and leaf varieties in 1 packet, ideal for a small space in any garden
Lettuce - Butterhead All the Year Round butterhead variety for Spring-Autumn sowing

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