The highly productive, bushy plants of Genovese Sweet are slow to bolt to seed, extending the harvest period. This classic pesto basil concentrates flavor with fragrance and graces sunny windowsills across America.
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Crisp and tender, adds colour to salads and fine flavour to cooked dishes. Good mid season variety with solid deep red head weighing about 2kg/5lb. Slow to burst, forms a tight, dense head with small core.
Stalks are pure white, crisp and very tender. Grows 25cm/10” in 45 days. Leaves are thick and glossy with a hint of mustard flavour. (Bok choy) Popular standard ingredient in many Chinese dishes like chow mein and wonton soup.
This indeterminate heirloom variety is widely regarded as the best tasting tomato of all. Plants needs trellising. Tender annual 6 ft. The large (up to 1 lb.) pink, thin-skinned tomatoes ripen late but are worth the wait.
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It survived weeks of 35C plus temperatures with no problems. Exceptionally hardy, surviving harsh winters without protection. Even under a meter (3ft) of snow, it is still good to eat, sweeter than store-bought kale.
Botanical Name: Brassica oleracea acephala 'Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch'
Spicy leaves are excellent in mixed salads or alone, and they are delicious steamed and tossed with sesame oil and soy sauce or stir fried with ginger and bok choy and chicken. Can even be grown in containers.
Plants are compact and bushy and will do well in containers and in the garden. Surprisingly sweet, they are great in salads or pickled. (Christmas tree pepper) As the small (5cm/2") peppers mature they "turn on" like Christmas lights -- in a riot of red,...
The deep magenta colour persists with cooking. Tolerates hot weather well. Excellent for stir fries. A red-podded variation on the yardlong or asparagus bean. Yields can be huge if pods are picked often to encourage more to come.
2 slender ears with deep, broad golden kernels bursting with old fashioned corn flavor are produced on each plant of this early maturing heirloom. Succeeds even in short seasons. A home garden favorite.
Maximum Time to Germinate (days): 10
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Very mellow flavour when cooked with mild tasting bright green tops. An heirloom Italian cultivar with sweet flavour, bright red nicely rounded shape. The interior flesh, when sliced, is beautifully marked in alternating rings of cherry red and creamy...
Beets are a great vegetable for the freezer. A fine all-purpose table beet high in vitamins A, B2, B6 and C. This variety is definitely the best beet to grow for producing tender, red-veined, tall purplish-green tops used as "fresh or cooked greens".
These gorgeous, large, pleated yellow fruits have red striping from the blossom end and are deliciously sweet and juicy with few seeds. The vigorous, heat and drought tolerant vines need a long summer to mature and should be staked.
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Sets double pods, very productive vines over a long period of time. Freezes well, retaining the full, sweet flavour and colour. Light green, smooth edible pods 10cm/4” long by 2cm/3/4”diameter with a mild flavour good for eating raw, in stir fries...
First fusarium-resistant variety of sweet basil. This hybrid has shown very good resistance to fusarium in laboratory tests conducted for us by Dr. Robert Wick of the University of Massachusetts the leading U.S. authority on fusarium in basil.
Dark purplish-bronze foliage. Excellent for seasoning, and for basil vinegar which turns a beautiful red colour. Former All-American award winner, famous for its pure dark purple foliage, but in recent years it has become about 25% green.
A hardy perennial, it prefers open, sunny locations, and loamy soil. Much loved by bees, it is an excellent choice for meadow gardens. John Gerard´s (1633) says "the decoction of Prunell made with wine or water doth joine together and make whole and...
Heat: 100,000-350,000 Scoville units. Thrives in hot sunny spots, a little on the dry side. Piping hot white habanero chile. Wrinkled lantern-shaped pods are used fresh or dried in salsas, chutneys, marinades.