Vegetable seeds


Broccoli- Romanesco

Broccoli- Romanesco

Brassica oleracea, 90 seeds

  • Green vegetable
  • Very attractive pale green heads

 

Sow: Late summer to autumn

$1.25

Broccoli- Spigariello

Broccoli- Spigariello

Brassica oleracea, 100 seeds

  • Southern Italian variety
  • Grown for leaves

 

Sow: Autumn, winter and spring

$1.25

Brussels Sprouts- Long Island Improved

Brussels Sprouts- Long Island Improved

Brassica oleracea gemmifera, 110 seeds

  • Sprouts growing to 4cm
  • Excellent flavour

 

Sow: Summer and autumn

$1.25

Brussels Sprouts- Red

Brussels Sprouts- Red

Brassica oleracea gemmifera, 100 seeds

  • Red sprouts
  • Long growing season

 

Sow: Summer and autumn

$2.50

Bunching Onion- Red Beard

Bunching Onion- Red Beard

Allium fistulosum, 120 seeds

  • Red stems
  • Mild flavour

 

Sow: Autumn, winter and early spring

$1.25

Bunching Onion- Straight Leaf

Bunching Onion- Straight Leaf

Allium fistulosum, 120 seeds

  • Vegetable
  • Popular variety

 

Sow: Autumn, winter and spring

$1.25

Bunching Onion- White Lisbon

Bunching Onion- White Lisbon

Allium cepa, 75 seeds

  • Vegetable
  • Mild sweet flavour

 

Sow: Autumn and winter

$1.25

Burdock- Takinogawa Long

Burdock- Takinogawa Long

Arctium lappa, 20 seeds

  • Root vegetable/medicinal herb
  • Long roots to 100cm

 

Sow: Spring and autumn

$1.50

Bush Bean- Cherokee Wax

Bush Bean- Cherokee Wax

Phaseolus nanus, 25 seeds

  • Dwarf (Bush)
  • Stringless Butter Bean

 

Sow: Spring(or after frost) and early summer

From $1.75

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Bush Bean- Royal Burgundy

Bush Bean- Royal Burgundy

Phaseolus vulgaris, 25 seeds

  • Dwarf (Bush)
  • Purple pods to 15cm

 

Sow: Spring(or after frost) and early summer

From $1.75

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Bush Bean- Strike

Bush Bean- Strike

Phaseolus vulgaris, 25 seeds

  • Dwarf (Bush)
  • Very high yielding

 

Sow: Spring(or after frost) and early summer

From $1.75

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Cabbage, Chinese- Michihili

Cabbage, Chinese- Michihili

Brassica pekinensis, 120 seeds

  • Leaf vegetable
  • Sweet and tender

 

Sow: Early spring, late summer and autumn

$1.25

Cabbage, Chinese- Pak Choi - Cantong

Cabbage, Chinese- Pak Choi - Cantong

Brassica chinensis, 100 seeds

  • Leaf vegetable
  • Thick white stems

 

Sow: Spring, autumn (and summer in cool and moderate climates)

$1.25

Cabbage, Chinese- Tokyo Bekana

Cabbage, Chinese- Tokyo Bekana

Brassica rapa pekinensis, 100 seeds

  • Leaf vegetable
  • Great lettuce alternative

 

Sow: Spring, autumn and summer

$1.25

Cabbage, Savoy- Green Vertus

Cabbage, Savoy- Green Vertus

Brassica oleracea, 100 seeds

  • Leaf vegetable
  • Large heads to 2.5kg

 

Sow: Early spring, late summer and autumn

$1.25

Cabbage, Savoy- Verona Purple

Cabbage, Savoy- Verona Purple

Brassica oleracea, 100 seeds

  • Leaf vegetable
  • Large purple/green heads to 4kg

 

Sow: Late summer and autumn

$1.25

Cabbage- Copenhagen Market

Cabbage- Copenhagen Market

Brassica oleracea var. capitata, 90 seeds

  • Leaf vegetable
  • Heirloom Dutch Variety

 

Sow: Spring or late summer

$1.50

Cabbage- Golden Acre

Cabbage- Golden Acre

Brassica oleracea var. capitata, 90 seeds

  • Leaf vegetable
  • Small heads growing up to 1.6kg

 

Sow: Spring and autumn

From $1.25

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Cabbage- Red Acre

Cabbage- Red Acre

Brassica oleracea , 90 seeds

  • Leaf vegetable
  • Small heads growing up to 1.6kg

 

Sow: Spring, late summer and autumn

$1.25

Cabbage- Red Express

Cabbage- Red Express

Brassica oleracea, 100 seeds

  • Leaf vegetable
  • Compact heads from 1 to 2kg

 

Sow: Early spring, late summer and autumn

$1.50

Cabbage- Red Sprouting

Cabbage- Red Sprouting

Brassica oleracea

  • Red Cabbage for sprouts and microgreens
  • Mild and sweet cabbage flavour

 

From $9.50

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Capsicum- Californian Wonder

Capsicum- Californian Wonder

Capsicum annuum, 35 seeds

  • Also known as "Sweet Pepper"
  • Fruit to 10cm

 

Sow: Spring or after frost in cool climates, anytime in warm climates

$1.25

Capsicum- White Bell

Capsicum- White Bell

Capsicum annuum, 25 seeds

  • Also known as "Sweet Pepper"
  • Fruit to 10cm

 

Sow: Spring or after frost in cool climates, anytime in warm climates

$1.50

Capsicum- Yellow Bell

Capsicum- Yellow Bell

Capsicum annuum, 25 seeds

  • Also known as "Sweet Pepper"
  • Fruit to 12cm

 

Sow: Spring or after frost in cool climates, anytime in warm climates

$3.00

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