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SALAD GREEN; Winter Purslane
SALAD GREEN; Winter Purslane
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SALAD GREEN; Winter Purslane

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Portulaca oleracea Leaves are used raw as a salad. It will thrive in cool conditions and will grow well even in poor, light soils Sowing instructions
Sow in August or September in rows 20 cm apart
Growing instructions
Harvest from late autumn until spring.


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SPINACH; Butterflay
SPINACH; Butterflay
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SPINACH; Butterflay

SPINACH

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Spinacia oleracea Very robust plant with dark green leaves. For spring, autumn and winter cultivation. Slow to bolt Sowing instructions
For spring and autumn sowing. Sow in rows 15cm apart
Growing instructions
Spinach requires a very fertile, moist soil


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SPINACH; Giant Winter/Verdil
SPINACH; Giant Winter/Verdil
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SPINACH; Giant Winter/Verdil

SPINACH

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Spinacia oleracea Fast growing spinach with large leaves Sowing instructions
Sow before the end of March or after mid August. Sow in rows 15 cm apart
Growing instructions
Spinach requires a very fertile, moist soil


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SWEDE; Friese Gele
SWEDE; Friese Gele
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SWEDE; Friese Gele

SWEDE

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Brassica rapa A traditional Swede with yellow flesh Sowing instructions
Sow from mid May in rows 50 cm apart. Sow the seeds thinly at a depth of 15 mm
Growing instructions
Thin to a distance of 35 cm. Transplanting is also possible. Swedes are a hardy, cool season crop and grow best on light, fer...

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SWEDE; Willhelmsburger
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SWEDE; Wilhelmsburger

SWEDE

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Brassica rapa Yellow Swede with a green top. A high yielding variety with solid flesh and very good keeping quality. Can withstand an average amount of frost if the roots are earthed up Sowing instructions
Sow from mid May in rows 50cm apart. Sow the seeds thinly at a depth of 15mm
Growing inst...

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TURNIP; Golden Ball
TURNIP; Golden Ball
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TURNIP; Golden Ball

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Brassica rapa This variety has delicate yellow flesh when harvested early. Matures in eight weeks. Good cold-tolerance and stores well Sowing instructions
Sow from March till mid August. Row distance 20-30 cm and 5-15 cm between plants
Growing instructions
Thin the plants later to a distance of ...

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TURNIP; Purple Top Milan
TURNIP; Purple Top Milan
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TURNIP; Purple Top Milan

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Brassica rapa 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 in ...

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TURNIP; Snowball
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Brassica rapa A white skinned and white fleshed variety suitable for early sowing. Fast maturing Sowing instructions
Sow from February in greenhouse or tunnel sow outside from March onwards. Row distance 20-30 cm and 5-15 cm between plants
Growing instructions
Thin the plants later to a dista...

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