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2020 Seed Co-operative catalogue - digital copy
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Order a digital copy of our 2020 catalogues and you will be provided with a link after checkout to download a pdf copy of the catalogue, and we'll send you a link by email too.  Alternatively, you can order a free paper copy here

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2020 Seed Co-operative catalogue - paper copy
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Order a FREE paper copy of our 2020 catalogue NOW and we will put one in the post. Free shipping in the UK, £6 postage to EU. Digital copies can be ordered here

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AUBERGINE; De Barbentane
AUBERGINE; De Barbentane
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AUBERGINE; De Barbentane

AUBERGINE

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Solanum melongena Produces dark glossy cylindrical fruits, 20-25 cm long. Sowing instructions
Sow seeds from January in a seed tray or direct into pots or modules. Place in light at 25ºC.
Growing instructions
Transfer the seedlings into pots or modules, and grow them on at 25 ºC. Plant in a heate...

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AUBERGINE; Zora
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AUBERGINE; Zora

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Solanum melongena Vigorous growing variety with uniform long oval shaped fruits with a deep purple colour and a typical aubergine taste, Easy to manage plant. Sowing instructions
Sow seeds from January in a seed tray or direct into pots or modules. Place in light at 25 ºC.
Growing instructions
Tr...

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BEAN; BROAD; Aquadulce
BEAN; BROAD; Aquadulce
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BEAN; BROAD; Aquadulce

BEAN; BROAD

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Vicia faba Semi-compact plant with high yield of pods containing 6-7 beans. Good tolerance against cold. Sowing instructions
Sow October-November or February-March. Plant the seeds or plants in rows 60cm apart with 20cm between the plants.
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Plants raising in a green house or ...

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BEAN; BROAD; Express
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BEAN; BROAD; Express

BEAN; BROAD

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Vicia faba An early variety, one of the best croppers in cultivation. Strong growing plants that will stand windy conditions. Sowing instructions
For best results sow from February. By raising plants in a greenhouse or cold-frame the harvest can be 1-2 weeks earlier. 
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BEAN; BROAD; Ratio
BEAN; BROAD; Ratio
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BEAN; BROAD; Ratio

BEAN; BROAD

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Vicia faba Very early high yielding variety with multiple stems approx 1m high. Sowing instructions
For best results sow from February. By raising plants in a greenhouse or cold-frame the harvest can be 1-2 weeks earlier. 
Growing instructions
Plant the seeds or plants in rows 60 cm apart with 10...

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BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH; Blauhilde
BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH; Blauhilde
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BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH; Blauhilde

BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH

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Phaseolus vulgaris Medium early variety with round purple pods. The beans turn green after cooking. High yielding, strong plants. Sowing instructions
Sow seeds 5 cm deep from mid May when the soil has warmed up. Place poles or canes at 25 cm apart in rows 50 cm apart. Put 5-6 seeds by each po...

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BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH; Blue Lake
BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH; Blue Lake
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BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH; Blue Lake

BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH

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Phaseolus vulgaris White seeded. Stringless with green pencil podded beans Sowing instructions
Sow seeds 5 cm deep from mid May when the soil has warmed up. Place poles or canes at 25 cm apart in rows 50 cm apart. Put 5-6 seeds by each pole or cane.
Growing instructions
Beans like to grow in a ...

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BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH; Cobra
BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH; Cobra
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BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH; Cobra

BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH

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Phaseolus vulgaris High yielding easy to grow climbing french bean with round pods of excellent flavour. Sowing instructions
Sow seeds 5 cm deep from mid May when the soil has warmed up. Place poles or canes at 25 cm apart in rows 50 cm apart. Put 5-6 seeds by each pole or cane.
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BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH; Neckargold
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BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH; Neckargold

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Phaseolus vulgaris Proven, high yielding speciality. Long, round pods of a deep yellow colour. Could be described as queen of the (Neckarkönigin) wax pod varieties. Sowing instructions
Sow seeds 2-3 cm deep from mid May when soil has warmed up. Double rows 50 cm apart are best with 120-150 cm pa...

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BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH; Stokkievitsboon
BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH; Stokkievitsboon
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BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH; Stokkievitsboon

BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH

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Phaseolus vulgaris Climbing borlotti type bean. Beautiful dual purpose red/green bean with a thin soft skin when cooked. Sowing instructions
Sow seeds 5 cm deep from mid May when the soil has warmed up. Place poles or canes at 25 cm apart in rows 50 cm apart. Put 5-6 seeds by each pole or cane....

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BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH; Trebona
BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH; Trebona
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BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH; Trebona

BEAN; CLIMBING FRENCH

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Phaseolus vulgaris A very early variety. Suitable for greenhouse and outdoor cultivation. They are good quality, long beans. Can give high yields Sowing instructions
Sow seeds 5 cm deep from mid May when the soil has warmed up. Place poles or canes at 25 cm apart in rows 50 cm apart. Put 5-6 se...

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BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Borlotto L.d.f.n.
BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Borlotto L.d.f.n.
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BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Borlotto L.d.f.n.

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Phaseolus vulgaris A vigorous growing robust plant, with short (10-12 cm) flat pods which have a green and red marbled colour. Excellent for dry bean production Sowing instructions
Sow from the beginning of May when the soil has warmed up. Sow at a distance of 40-60 cm between the rows, 8-10 cm a...

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BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Caruso
BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Caruso
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BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Caruso

BEAN; DWARF FRENCH

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Phaseolus vulgaris High yielding, prolific bean for mid season production, very uniform. The pods are 17-19 cm long Sowing instructions
Sow from the beginning of May when the soil has warmed up. Sow at a distance of 40-60 cm between the rows, 8-10 cm apart and 2 cm deep
Growing instructions
Bean...

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BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Cupidon
BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Cupidon
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BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Cupidon

BEAN; DWARF FRENCH

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Phaseolus vulgaris Green stringless beans, 16-20 cm long. The beans hang partly above the leaves for easy picking Sowing instructions
Sow from the beginning of May when the soil has warmed up. Sow at a distance of 40-60 cm between the rows, 8-10 cm apart and 2 cm deep
Growing instructions
Beans l...

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BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Marona
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BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Marona

BEAN; DWARF FRENCH

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Phaseolus vulgaris A very early maturing variety with long oval round pods, 17-18 cm long. High yielding and suitable for indoor cultivation Sowing instructions
Sow from the beginning of May when the soil has warmed up. Sow at a distance of 40-60 cm between the rows, 8-10 cm apart and 2 ...

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BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Maxi
BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Maxi
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BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Maxi

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Phaseolus vulgaris Bell type (the pods hang above the leaves) with erect growing habit. Round pods 18-20 cm long which are easy to pick. Early maturing and gives a high yield. Also suitable for indoor cultivation Sowing instructions
Sow from the beginning of May when the soil has warmed up. Sow a...

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BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Purple Teepee
BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Purple Teepee
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BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Purple Teepee

BEAN; DWARF FRENCH

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Phaseolus vulgaris Medium early with purple pods which turn dark green when cooked. Pod length 12-15cm Sowing instructions
Sow from the beginning of May when the soil has warmed up. Sow at a distance of 40-60 cm between the rows, 8-10 cm apart and 2 cm deep
Growing instructions
Pick the beans whe...

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BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Saxa
BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Saxa
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BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Saxa

BEAN; DWARF FRENCH

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Phaseolus vulgaris Fast growing bean. Can be sown early and will stand cool weather conditions at germinating time Sowing instructions
Sow from the beginning of May when the soil has warmed up. Sow at a distance of 40-60 cm between the rows, 8-10 cm apart and 2 cm deep
Growing instructions
Pick t...

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BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Tendergreen
BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Tendergreen
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BEAN; DWARF FRENCH; Tendergreen

BEAN; DWARF FRENCH

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Phaseolus vulgaris A strong growing plant with big long pods, which are stringless and have an excellent flavour Sowing instructions
Sow from the beginning of May when the soil has warmed up. Sow at a distance of 40-60 cm between the rows, 8-10 cm apart and 2 cm deep
Growing instructions
Beans li...

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BEAN; RUNNER; Desiree
BEAN; RUNNER; Desiree
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BEAN; RUNNER; Desiree

BEAN; RUNNER

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Phaseolus vulgaris Heavy cropping, long stringless fleshy pods with a good flavour. White flowering Sowing instructions
Sow from the beginning of May, put 2-3 seeds per pole or cane. Space the poles at 80 x 80 cm. Sowing depth 5 cm.
Growing instructions
Grow runner beans in a fertile soil and app...

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BEAN; RUNNER; Prizewinner
BEAN; RUNNER; Prizewinner
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BEAN; RUNNER; Prizewinner

BEAN; RUNNER

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Phaseolus vulgaris Long fleshy pods of fine quality and good flavour, red flowering. Beans violet with black spots. If allowed to dry can be used as ’butter’ beans Sowing instructions
Sow from the beginning of May, put 2-3 seeds per pole or cane. Space the poles at 80 x 80 cm. Sowing depth 5 cm.
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BEAN; RUNNER; Scarlet Emperor
BEAN; RUNNER; Scarlet Emperor
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BEAN; RUNNER; Scarlet Emperor

BEAN; RUNNER

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Phaseolus vulgaris A red flowering variety with a slightly rough skinned bean. The beans are up to 30 cm long and have an excellent flavour Sowing instructions
Sow from the beginning of May, put 2-3 seeds per pole or cane. Space the poles at 80x80 cm. Sowing depth 5 cm.
Growing instructions
Grow ...

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BEETROOT; Boltardy
BEETROOT; Boltardy
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BEETROOT; Boltardy

BEETROOT

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Beta vulgaris A general-purpose variety for fresh use and storage. Can be sown early. Sowing instructions
Sow seeds from April till June in rows 30 cm apart 2.5 cm deep.
Growing instructions
Thin the plants later to a distance of 7 to 10 cm. Harvest can start in the summer. For storage harvest i...

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BEETROOT; Burpees Golden
BEETROOT; Burpees Golden
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BEETROOT; Burpees Golden

BEETROOT

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Beta vulgaris Sweet mild flavour and an attractive golden colour. Sowing instructions
For early crops sow March-early April. For use in summer and autumn make successional sowings from late April to July.
Growing instructions
Store roots in dry sand, soil, or peat for winter use. (12-16 weeks mat...

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BEETROOT; Cheltenham Greentop
BEETROOT; Cheltenham Greentop
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BEETROOT; Cheltenham Greentop

BEETROOT

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Beta vulgaris A traditional British tapered beetroot with an excellent flavour. Still very popular among gardeners Sowing instructions
Sow seeds from April till June in rows 30cm apart 2.5cm deep
Growing instructions
Thin the plants later to a distance of 7-10 cm. Harvest can start in the summer....

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BEETROOT; Cylindra
BEETROOT; Cylindra
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BEETROOT; Cylindra

BEETROOT

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Beta vulgaris Pick regularly for small long roots with a very good flavour. Can grow to a large size without becoming woody. Sowing instructions
Sow seeds from April till June in rows 30cm apart 2.5cm deep
Growing instructions
Thin the plants later to a distance of 7-10 cm. Harvest can start in ...

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BEETROOT; Egyptian Turnip Rooted
BEETROOT; Egyptian Turnip Rooted
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BEETROOT; Egyptian Turnip Rooted

BEETROOT

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Beta vulgaris An early variety for fresh use and suitable for greenhouse cultivation Sowing instructions
Sow early in rows 30 cm apart.
Growing instructions
Thin the plants to 8 –10 cm


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BEETROOT; Robuschka/Globe 2
BEETROOT; Robuschka/Globe 2
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BEETROOT; Robuschka/Globe 2

BEETROOT

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Beta vulgaris A general purpose variety for fresh use and storage Sowing instructions
Sow from April until June in rows 30cm apart, sow seeds 25mm deep and 50mm apart.
Growing instructions
Thin the plants later to 7-10cm. Harvest can start during summer. For storage harvest in autumn before the ...

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BEETROOT; Robuschka/Globe 2, graded monogerm
BEETROOT; Robuschka/Globe 2, graded monogerm
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BEETROOT; Robuschka/Globe 2, graded monogerm

BEETROOT

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Beta vulgaris A general purpose variety for fresh use and storage. Sowing instructions
Sow from April until June in rows 30 cm apart, sow seeds 25 mm deep and 50 mm apart.
Growing instructions
Thin the plants later to 7-10 cm. Harvest can start during summer. For storage harvest in autumn befo...

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BEETROOT; Tondo di Chioggia
BEETROOT; Tondo di Chioggia
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BEETROOT; Tondo di Chioggia

BEETROOT

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Beta vulgaris A beetroot with white rings in its bright red flesh Sowing instructions
Sow seeds from April till June in rows 30cm apart 2.5cm deep
Growing instructions
Thin the plants later to a distance of 7 to 10 cm. Harvest can start in the summer. For storage harvest in autumn before frost s...

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BROCCOLI; Calinaro
BROCCOLI; Calinaro
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BROCCOLI; Calinaro

BROCCOLI

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Brassica oleracea var. Italia A rapid growing large headed (350g) calabrese of medium height, with exceptional flavour. Maturing in approx. 50 days. For autumn production Sowing instructions
Sow from March to April in a seed bed, plant out six weeks later.
Growing instructions
Planting distance 4...

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BROCCOLI; Green Calabrese
BROCCOLI; Green Calabrese
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BROCCOLI; Green Calabrese

BROCCOLI

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Brassica oleracea var. Italia Forms a central head and some side shoots, ready for harvest in late summer to early autumn Sowing instructions
Sow from March to April in a seed bed, plant out six weeks later
Growing instructions
Planting distance 40 x 60 cm. 


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BROCCOLI; Natalino
BROCCOLI; Natalino
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BROCCOLI; Natalino

BROCCOLI

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Brassica oleracea var. Italia Forms a central head and some side shoots, ready for harvest in late summer to early autumn Sowing instructions
Sow from March to April in a seed bed, plant out six weeks later
Growing instructions
Planting distance 40 x 60 cm.


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BROCCOLI; Purple Sprouting Broccoli Late
BROCCOLI; Purple Sprouting Broccoli Late
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BROCCOLI; Purple Sprouting Broccoli Late

BROCCOLI

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Brassica oleracea var. Italia A late maturing variety, strong growing plants Sowing instructions
Sow in May-June in a seedbed or in modules
Growing instructions
Transplant in June/July. Planting distance 60 x 60 cm. Pick shoots from early to late spring when they are about 15 cm long and the flow...

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BRUSSELS SPROUTS; Groninger
BRUSSELS SPROUTS; Groninger
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BRUSSELS SPROUTS; Groninger

BRUSSELS SPROUTS

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Brassica oleracea var. gemnifera For autumn and early winter harvest. Brussels sprouts are a traditional winter vegetable and the plants can stay outside during the winter Sowing instructions
Sow from the middle of April in a seedbed and plant out six weeks later. 
Growing instructions
Planting ...

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BRUSSELS SPROUTS; Rubine
BRUSSELS SPROUTS; Rubine
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BRUSSELS SPROUTS; Rubine

BRUSSELS SPROUTS

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Brassica oleracea var. gemnifera Heritage variety with small red buttons and a good flavour. Colour intensifies in colder weather. Sowing instructions
Slow growing so important to sow early, from February - April.


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BURDOCK, JAPANESE; Tonkinokawa
BURDOCK, JAPANESE; Tonkinokawa
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BURDOCK, JAPANESE; Tonkinokawa

BURDOCK, JAPANESE

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Articum lappa A root vegetable from Japan. Produces 30-60 cm long roots in Autumn. The roots can be used in many dishes, like soups, veggie-burgers, or Kinpira style with carrots. Don’t peel the roots but brush clean as the peel has a very beneficial effect on year health Sowing instructions
Sow ...

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CABBAGE; CHINESE; Granaat
CABBAGE; CHINESE; Granaat
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CABBAGE; CHINESE; Granaat

CABBAGE; CHINESE

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Brassica pekinensis Forms long green heads. Use as a salad or stir-fry. Sowing instructions
Sow from mid July in situ or raise the plants in modules.
Growing instructions
Thin to a distance of 30 x 30 cm. Chinese cabbage matures in eight to ten weeks.


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CABBAGE; RED; Granat
CABBAGE; RED; Granat
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CABBAGE; RED; Granat

CABBAGE; RED

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Brassica pekinensis A versatile variety. Can be used for late summer and autumn harvest but also suitable for winter harvest. Medium size heads which store well Sowing instructions
Sow seed from the middle of April in a seed bed, or sow direct into modules or pots
Growing instructions
Plant out ...

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CABBAGE; RED; Langedijk Red Late 2
CABBAGE; RED; Langedijk Red Late 2
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CABBAGE; RED; Langedijk Red Late 2

CABBAGE; RED

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Brassica oleacea var. rubra Medium sized heads, suitable for storage Sowing instructions
Sow seed from the middle of April on a seed bed or sow direct into modules or pots. 
Growing instructions
Plant out after six weeks at a distance of 60 x 70 cm. All cabbages grow best when the temperatures a...

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CABBAGE; RED; Red Drumhead
CABBAGE; RED; Red Drumhead
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CABBAGE; RED; Red Drumhead

CABBAGE; RED

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Brassica oleacea var. capitata For late summer and autumn harvest. Solid round heads. Excellent taste Sowing instructions
Sow seed from the middle of April on a seed bed or sow direct into modules or pots. 
Growing instructions
Plant out after six weeks at a distance of 60 x 70 cm. All cabbages ...

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CABBAGE; RED; Rodynda
CABBAGE; RED; Rodynda
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CABBAGE; RED; Rodynda

CABBAGE; RED

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Brassica oleacea var. capitata Good size plants with large leaves and strong roots. Dense heads and short inner stems. Good for autumn and winter use. Stores very well. Sowing instructions
Sow end of April on a seed bed or sow direct into modules or pots.
Growing instructions
Plant out after six...

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CABBAGE; SAVOY; Rearguard/Ormskirk
CABBAGE; SAVOY; Rearguard/Ormskirk
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CABBAGE; SAVOY; Rearguard/Ormskirk

CABBAGE; SAVOY

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Brassica oleacea var. sabauda True Savoy with medium sized heads. Very hardy. Sowing instructions
Sow seed from the end of April on a seed bed or sow direct into modules or pots.
Growing instructions
Plant out after six weeks at a distance of 60 x 70cm. All cabbages grow best when the temperatu...

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CABBAGE; SAVOY; Westlandse Putjes
CABBAGE; SAVOY; Westlandse Putjes
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CABBAGE; SAVOY; Westlandse Putjes

CABBAGE; SAVOY

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Brassica oleacea var. sabauda Dark green crinkled leaves. Can be harvested over a long period, from the end of summer until midwinter. It will stand light frost Sowing instructions
Sow seed from the middle of April on a seed bed or sow direct into modules or pots. 
Growing instructions
Plant out...

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CABBAGE; SAVOY; Winter King
CABBAGE; SAVOY; Winter King
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CABBAGE; SAVOY; Winter King

CABBAGE; SAVOY

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Brassica oleacea var. sabauda Dense medium size heads with fine crinkled leaves. For harvest in late winter Sowing instructions
Sow at the end of April and plant out after six weeks at 60x70cm. 
Growing instructions
All cabbages grow best when the temperatures are not too hot and where moisture...

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CABBAGE; WHITE; Chateaurenard
CABBAGE; WHITE; Chateaurenard
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CABBAGE; WHITE; Chateaurenard

CABBAGE; WHITE

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Brassica oleacea var. capitata Early cabbage with pointed heads for summer and early autumn cutting Sowing instructions
Sow seed from mid February in seed trays or directly into modules or pots. Sow in April for a late summer crop.
Growing instructions
Transfer the seedlings into modules or pots ...

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