For the space globe artichokes take up they are not high yielders, but their architectural quality makes them virtually dual purpose, so why not grow them in the herbaceous border? Beautiful - and delicious! Sow Date: Feb-Jun Harvest/Flower Date: Jun-Aug
A reliable high-yielding globe beetroot, with good colour and fine flavour.Delicious cold in salads, pickled or cooked as a hot vegetable. Sowing Time: April - July. Harvest: July - October. Average Packet Contains 200 Seeds.
This wonderful beetroot produces exceptionally uniform and perfectly rounded roots that have an attractive rich red internal coloration excellent skin quality and can stand for a long period of time. Beetroot Pablo has won many prizes and its easy to see why. This wonderful beetroot produces exceptionally uniform and perfectly rounded roots that have an attractive rich red internal coloration excellent skin quality and can stand for a long period of time. An RHS AGM winner it has an excellent flavour both as baby or mature beetroot.
A splendid maincrop which has large, heavy roots that can be lifted from late summer through into winter. A splendid maincrop which has large, heavy roots that can be lifted from late summer through into winter. Great colour and flavour. The roots also store well if cleaned and packed in boxes of dry sand or compost.
A 'must grow' carrot! This 'Nantes' type Carrot is an exceptionally healthy variety, producing high yields of strong, smooth roots of the highest quality. Performing well in all soil types Norwich has an excellent flavour and can be grown either as an early or maincrop. High quality roots. Nantes' type. Sow:Mar-Jun. Blooms: Jul-Oct.
This carrot is an F1 variety meaning it has excellent disease resistance and also as the name suggests resists again carrot root fly. Expect the crops to be large, smooth and cylindrical with excellent flavour.
With Unwins Celery Blush, celery doesn’t have to be green! Brighten up your plot and plate with this pink, blush coloured celery. There’s a fabulous sweet and nutty flavour and vibrant coloured sticks. Sliced, they make a colourful addition to the salad bowl. Unusual colour. Crisp, crunchy sticks.
Land cress is the next best thing to watercress, but does not need running water to produce a delicious crop. It is best in a shady spot, so is good for inter-cropping with taller vegetables. It thrives with plenty of moisture in the soil and the leaves can be picked all year round to add a ‘zing’ to salads. High yielding. Yellow fruit. Sow Date: Mar-Sep. Harvest: All Year Round
Polycress is a real breakthrough because it is a tasty, true cress which matures at the same time as its companion mustard, without the need for staggered sowings. As quick to crop as mustard. All year round crops. Sow Date: Jan-Dec.
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