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Black Cabbage

Rapa Pekinensis group

Dark green baby leaves, excellent for combining with other salad greens.

Cultivation: Sow from early September to late October and February-April. Prior to sowing add a good layer of mushroom compost and rake in complete organic fertiliser.

Sow seed 1 cm apart in 5 mm deep furrows about 60 cm apart. Thin the plants to about 8 cm in the row. Autumn sown plants can stay in the ground and be harvested several times.

$4.00/500 seeds Add to cart

Chinese Red Cabbage

Attractive elliptical reddish green baby leaf. Light Cabbage, flavoursome in salads. Cultivation: Sow late Summer and early Spring. Prior to sowing add a good layer of mushroom compost and rake in complete organic fertiliser Sow seed 1 cm apart in 5 mm deep furrows about 60 cm apart. Thin the plant to about 8 cm in the row. Autumn sown plants can stay in the ground and be harvested several times.

$4.00/500 seeds Add to cart

De Zhou Chinese Cabbage

Open pollinated rare heirloom. Fast growing open headed light green leaved beautiful flavoured Chinese cabbage, 30cm by 30cm, a variety grown by Chinese market gardeners in Communist China and professionally bred, this variety was praised by the communist leaders and so given the ultimate accolade of 'Good cabbage”. Sow in open ground 5mm deep in late Summer, early Autumn. Keep moist. Feed with COF twice in growing season, will mature quickly by mid- Winter. If sown in Spring, it will go to seed in a few weeks.

$4.00/20 seeds Add to cart

Garland Chrysanth

Aromatic, tangy flavour for adding to stirfries, soups and curries. If growing for eating harvest before flowers. Flowers at 1m tall, very bitter taste by this stage. Sow in early Spring and again late Summer to early Autumn. Prior to sowing, add a good layer of mushroom compost and rake in complete organic fertiliser. Sow seed 1 cm apart in 5 mm deep furrows about 60 cm apart. Thin the plants to about 8 cm. Autumn sown plants can stay in the ground and be harvested several times.

$4.00/250 seeds Add to cart

Mibuna brassica rapa spp

Specially selected for strong vigorous growth, dark green leaves, rich flavour. Cultivation; Sow in early Spring and again late Summer to early Autumn. Prior to sowing add a good layer of mushroom compost and rake in complete organic fertiliser. Sow seed 1 cm apart in 5 mm deep furrows about 60 cm apart. Thin the plants to about 8 cm in the row. Autumn sown plants can stay in the ground and be harvested several times.

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Mizuna Fine Leafed

A superior mizuna with a fantastic flavour and subtle aftertaste. 2 – 3 times taller than standard mizuna. Cultivation: Sow in early Spring and again late Summer to early Autumn. Prior to sowing, add a good layer of mushroom compost and rake in complete organic fertiliser. Sow seed 1 cm apart in 5 mm deep furrows about 60 cm apart. Thin the plants to about 8 cm in the row. Autumn sown plants can stay in the ground and be harvested several times.

$4.00/250 seeds Add to cart

Mustard Green Elk

A unique, subtly flavoured, mustard green with fine, serrated leaves, fantastic in salad mixes. Cultivation: Sow from early Sept to late Oct and Feb-April. Prior to sowing add a good layer of mushroom compost and rake in complete organic fertiliser. Sow seed 1 cm apart in 5 mm deep furrows about 60 cm apart. Thin the plants to about 8 cm in the row. Autumn sown plants can stay in the ground and be cut several times.

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Pak Choi (green stem)

Succulent green stems and leaves for stir fries or salads. Trials demonstrate slow bolting in Spring. Sow Spring and again in late Summer/early Autumn. Prior to sowing, add a good layer of mushroom compost and rake in complete organic fertiliser. Sow seed 1 cm apart in 5 mm deep furrows about 60 cm apart. Thin the plants to about 8 cm between. Autumn sown plants can stay in the ground.

$4.00/50 seeds Add to cart

Tatsoi (mini pak choi)

A selection renowned for its vigorous, uniform growth. Dark green. Mouthwatering sweet taste for salads, stir-fries and garnish. Cultivation: Sow in early Spring and again late Summer to early Autumn. Prior to sowing, add a good layer of mushroom compost and rake in complete organic fertiliser. Sow seed 1 cm apart in 5 mm deep furrows about 60 cm apart. Thin the plants to about 8 cm between. Autumn sown plants can stay in the ground and be harvested several times.

$4.00/350 seeds Add to cart