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Aquadulce Broad Bean

vicia faba untreated seed

An early long podded broad bean, good taste, dark green, 15 cm pods, filled with 6 -8 bean slightly flattened. Tall plants.

Sow Autumn through to early Spring. Winter sowing in mild conditions only. For sweeter beans harvest when pods are slightly shorter and colour more mild.

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Cauliflower f1

A very good, vigorous, pure white, heavy flower for cutting in Summer and Autumn. High quality commercial seed. Matures in 95 days. Sow May to Sept in pots for transplanting, and Dec until Feb in the open ground. Thin out when plants are about 12 cm tall allowing 20-30 cm between plants. Apply COF around plants every 4 weeks. Well drained soil is recommended. We have had excellent results every time in trials.

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Cauliflower Graffiti (Purple)

Show stopping purple cauliflower which does not lose its colour when cooked. Serve raw or cooked, dark purplish green leaves. Vigorous uniform plants. Matures 80-90 days Sow May to Sept in pots for transplanting, and Dec until Feb in the open ground. Thin out when plants are 12 cm tall allowing 20-30 cm between plants. Apply COF around plants every 4 weeks. Well drained soil . The colour is more intense when sown in Sept and harvested in Summer.

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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

Cos Lettuce

A hardy variety that can be sown all year round requiring constant moisture and fertile soil. Great flavour. Sow: dig over raised beds, spread complete organic fertilizer; 4 litres to 10m². Top the bed with well rotted manure or mushroom compost and rake in. Sow seeds 5 mm deep and 30cm apart in short furrows in rows 40cm apart. Several sowings can be made throughout the year.

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English Steadfast Spinach

A richly flavoured English spinach, resistant to bolting. Very dark green leaf ideal for baby leaf or repeat harvest. Cultivation; Sow all year round. Add a layer of well rotted compost, rake in complete organic fertiliser. Sow seed in furrows 5 mm deep, 1 cm apart, in rows 35 cm apart. Thin to 4cm apart when established little plants. Use a knife or secateurs to thin the plants to 20cm apart. (In extremely hot weather it may bolt.) Will go to seed in hot weather.

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Golden Nugget Tomato

Sweet, round, baby tomatoes produced in profusion early on bushes about 1m high and 1m wide. Excellent variety. Feed with complete fertilizer and sheep manure. Sow indoors in pots with heat in late August. Transplant in Nov. Put clear plastic around to increase soil warmth. Feed with sulphate of potash when fruit has set.

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Green Manure Pink Serratas

Ideal for poor soils, low Ph. Deep root system. Adds nitrogen. Tolerates some water logging. Pink flowers. Sow Autumn to early Winter. Scatter seed and rake in to a depth of 50mm.

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Greenfeast Pea

A fine flavoured selection of home garden pea which produces over a long period. Sprinkle seed in 1cm deep furrows, 40 cm apart from late Winter to mid Spring. Harvest when pods are plump and bright green, approx. 8 peas to the pod.

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Grosse Lisse Improved Tomato

Old reliable tomato, large solid fruit, requires staking. Cultivation; Tomatoes thrive on beds used for brassica crops the previous year. Feed with complete fertilizer and sheep manure. Sow indoors in pots with heat in late August. Transplant in Nov. Put clear plastic around to increase soil warmth. Feed with sulphate of potash when fruit has set.

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Iceberg Lettuce

This is a succulent, heading variety of lettuce that will perform best for Winter, Spring and Autumn harvest. It is easy to grow and is full of flavour. Sow early Spring and late Summer. Dig over raised beds, spread complete organic fertilizer; 4 litres to 10m². Top the bed with well rotted manure or mushroom compost and rake in. Sow seeds 5 mm deep and 30cm apart in short furrows in rows 40 cm apart. Several sowings can be made throughout each season.

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Legend Tomato

Amazingly sweet, slicing tomato, 10cm, not too acidic, determinate, uniform round fruit with few seeds. Cultivation; Tomatoes thrive on beds used for brassica crops the previous year. Feed with complete fertilizer and sheep manure. Sow indoors in pots with heat in late August. Transplant in Nov. Put clear plastic around to increase soil warmth. Feed with sulphate of potash when fruit has set.

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Mammoth Snow Pea

Climbing or trailing variety, can use trellis. Sprinkle seed in 1cm deep furrows, 40 cm apart from late Winter to mid Spring. Harvest when pods are plump and bright green, approx. 8 peas to the pod.

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Onward Pea

A fine flavoured, mid maturing variety of pea. Sprinkle seed in 1cm deep furrows, 40 cm apart from late Winter to mid Spring. Harvest when pods are plump and bright green, approx. 8 peas to the pod.

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Oregon Snow Pea

Very large, sweet pods. The plant is approx. 1.5 metres tall. Needs trellis. Plant is resistant to powdery mildew. Sprinkle seed in 1cm deep furrows, 40 cm apart from late Winter to mid Spring. Harvest when pods are plump and bright green, approx. 8 peas to the pod.

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Purple Flowered Broad Bean

A selected variety which has a long growing season when sown in Autumn. It will flower around October and produce pods containing beans in November. It has a nutty rich earthy flavour and is not bitter. Better sown late Winter as flowers early and can get damaged by severe frosts and not get pollinated. Prepare soil by raking in COF. Sow 2 seeds individually about 15cm apart, about 2cm deep and 20cm between the rows. When plants are 10cm tall base dress each seedling with about a tea spoon size of COF. Harvest beans when they are about 1.5 cm to 2 cm.

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Red Cabbage

Early hybrid with excellent internal and external colour and quality. Compact growth habit. Suited for close spacing. Matures in approx. 4 months from sowing. Sow August until February, 5mm deep in seed tray or in the open ground. Thin out when plants are about 12 cm tall allowing 40cm between plants. Apply 100g per square metre of Complete Organic Fertiliser. Well drained soil is recommended.

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Red Epicure Broad Bean

We have grown this in isolation because broad beans cross readily with other broad bean varieties. The flowers are white, the plants are about 1.8m tall and the bean pods are approx. 7cm long 1.5cm wide containing uniform sized six to eight mahogany red coloured seeds rather than white, green or brown seeds. It has a creamy flavour and lacks the harsher iron taste. Sow Autumn or late Winter. Sow as for other broad beans. From seed grown in Tasmania by us, untreated seed.

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Savoy ‘King’ Cabbage (large sized)

A good F1 hybrid, mid season, solid large heads, dark green, dense internal structure. Fusarium resistant. Matures approx. 4 months from sowing. Sow August until February, 5mm deep in seed tray or in the open ground. Thin out when plants are about 12cm tall allowing 40cm between plants. Apply 100g per sqm of Complete Organic Fertiliser.

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Semi Savoy Cabbage (medium sized)

A good F1 hybrid, mid season, solid heads, dark green, dense internal structure. Fusarium resistant. Suitable for close sowing. Matures approx. 4 months from sowing. Sow August until February, 5mm deep in seed tray or in the open ground. Thin out when plants are about 12cm tall allowing 40cm between plants. Apply 100g per sqm of Complete Organic Fertiliser.

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Sugar Snap Pea

Dwarf snap pea, sweet, crisp round pods. Does not need support. Pick the pods young because as they get older strings develop which need to be removed before cooking. Sow 2.5cm apart, and 3cm deep in rows 45cm apart. Sow late Winter to mid Spring . Soil must be well drained.

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Telephone Pea

A fine flavoured variety of climbing pea which needs a trellis. Sprinkle seed in 1cm deep furrows, 40 cm apart from late Winter to mid Spring. Harvest when pods are plump and bright green, approx. 8 peas to the pod.

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Willow Pea

A fine flavoured variety of climbing pea which needs a trellis. Sprinkle seed in 1cm deep furrows, 40 cm apart from late Winter to mid Spring. Harvest when pods are plump and bright green, approx. 8 peas to the pod.

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