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CARROT; Amsterdam Forcing
CARROT; Amsterdam Forcing
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CARROT

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Daucus carota Early maturing carrot with long narrow roots. Ideal for early and late season production under fleece or inside in tunnels or greenhouse Sowing instructions
Sow seeds from January until middle of May or from September to November. Sow in rows 20-25cm apart, 6-13mm deep. Try to spa...

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KALE; Red Russian
KALE; Red Russian
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KALE; Red Russian

KALE

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Brassica oleacea acephala Grey-green leaves with a red stem and mid rib. Use the leaves when they are small for stir-fry or salad. Hardy plant that can stay outside in winter and will tolerate frost. Sowing instructions
Sow early in spring for a summer crop or in July to August for a winter crop....

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SALAD GREEN; Lettuce leaves mix
LETTUCE MIX; Lettuce leaves mix
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LETTUCE MIX; Lettuce leaves mix

LETTUCE MIX

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A mix of Black Seeded Simpson, Suzan, Merveille Des Quatre Saisons, Lollo Bionda, Grazer Krauthauptel and Red Salad Bowl. Sowing instructions
Sow seeds from February in seed trays and place in light at a temperature of 18°C. Sow in situ from mid April.
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Cut at 10cm high for ba...

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LETTUCE; COS; Brune d'Hiver
LETTUCE; COS; Brune d'Hiver
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LETTUCE; COS; Brune d'Hiver

LETTUCE; COS

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Lactuca sativa var. longifolia A red cos lettuce with well-filled heads. For early, summer and autumn harvest. Also suitable for baby-leaf production. Sowing instructions
Sow from February until March in a greenhouse or cold frame, outside from March. Sow seeds in seed trays or modules, cover se...

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LETTUCE; BUTTER HEAD; Cindy (KS-SAK-CHE-CIN)
LETTUCE; COS; Little Gem
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LETTUCE; COS; Little Gem

LETTUCE; COS

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Lactuca sativa var. longifolia A small, fast maturing lettuce with crisp leaves. Can be grown outdoors throughout the growing season. Can also be grown in early autumn and winter under cloches. Sowing instructions
Sow from February until March in a greenhouse or coldframe, outside from March. S...

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LETTUCE; COS; Little Leprechaun
LETTUCE; COS; Little Leprechaun
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LETTUCE; COS; Little Leprechaun

LETTUCE; COS

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Lactuca sativa var. longifolia A small to medium size cos lettuce with crisp red leaves. Can be sown in the open throughout the growing season. Can also be sown or planted in autumn and winter under fleece or cloches. Sowing instructions
Sow from February until March in a greenhouse or coldframe,...

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LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF; Black-seeded Simpson
LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF; Black-seeded Simpson
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LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF; Black-seeded Simpson

LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF

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Lactuca sativa var. crispa Heirloom variety with tasty, large and crunchy leaves. Can be used as a cut and come again type. Sowing instructions
Sow seeds from February in seed trays and place in light at a temperature of 18°c. Sow in situ from mid April and thin to 25cm between plants.
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LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF; Cocarde
LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF; Cocarde
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LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF; Cocarde

LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF

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Lactuca sativa var. crispa A large red arrowhead leaf lettuce. The leaves form an upright rosette. Suitable for spring, summer and autumn cultivation. Sowing instructions
Sow seeds from February in seed trays and place in light at a temperature of 18°c. Sow in situ from mid April and thin to 25c...

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LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF; Lollo Bionda
LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF; Lollo Bionda
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LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF; Lollo Bionda

LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF

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Lactuca sativa var. crispa Green frilled leaves on a dome-shaped plant. For greenhouse or field cultivation. Sowing instructions
Sow seeds from February in seed trays and place in light at a temperature of 18°c. Sow in situ from mid April and thin to 25cm between plants.
Growing instructions
Tra...

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LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF; Lollo Rossa
LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF; Lollo Rossa
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LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF; Lollo Rossa

LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF

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Lactuca sativa var. crispa Red frilled leaves on a dome-shaped plant. For greenhouse or field cultivation. Sowing instructions
Sow seeds from February in seed trays and place in light at a temperature of 18°c. Sow in situ from mid April and thin to 25cm between plants.
Growing instructions
Trans...

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LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF; Red Salad Bowl
LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF; Red Salad Bowl
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LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF; Red Salad Bowl

LETTUCE; LOOSE LEAF

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Lactuca sativa var. crispa Red oak leaf lettuce, forms a dense bunch of leaves. For spring to autumn cultivation. Sowing instructions
Sowing time from February until March in a greenhouse or coldframe, outside from March until the end of July. Sow seeds in seed trays or modules, cover seeds with...

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PAK CHOI; Taisai
PAK CHOI; Taisai
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PAK CHOI; Taisai

PAK CHOI

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Brassica rapa subsp. chinensis Celery type fast growing leaf cabbage with light-green leaves and wide midrib. Sowing instructions
Sow in spring and use as a cut-and-come-again seedling crop or sow after mid July for mature plant harvest. Sow direct and thin to 30 x 25 cm, or sow in modules first.


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PAK CHOI; Tatsoi
PAK CHOI; Tatsoi
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PAK CHOI; Tatsoi

PAK CHOI

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Brassica rapa subsp. chinensis Rosette forming variety with spoon shaped leaves. Eat raw in salads or stir fry. Sowing instructions
Sow from mid July in rows 30cm apart.
Growing instructions
Harvest the rosettes in autumn.


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RADISH; Cherry Belle
RADISH; Cherry Belle
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RADISH; Cherry Belle

RADISH

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Raphanus raphanistrum A round, red radish for spring and summer cultivation with deliciously crisp flesh. Suitable for early sowing in greenhouse or cold-frame. Sowing instructions
Sow outside from March onwards in rows 15 cm apart. Sow in succession for a long supply. Ready to harvest after 4-...

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RADISH; Eiszapfen
RADISH; Eiszapfen
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RADISH; Eiszapfen

RADISH

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Raphanus raphanistrum Fast growing, 10-12cm long, cylindrical, white short leaved radish Sowing instructions
Sow from mid-February (under fleece) until end August. Depth 1cm; rows 15-25cm apart, thin to 2-3cm between plants. Sow in a greenhouse from January to September.
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RADISH; French Breakfast 2
RADISH; French Breakfast 2
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RADISH; French Breakfast 2

RADISH

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Raphanus raphanistrum Fast growing radish, scarlet red with pure white tip. Sowing instructions
Sow outdoor March-Sep in row 15cm apart. Keep soil moist. Thin out as necessary. For successional crops sow every 2-3 weeks.


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RADISH; Rosa
RADISH; Rosa
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RADISH; Rosa

RADISH

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Raphanus raphanistrum Large tapered rose-pink uniform roots with pure white flesh. Can be grown for autumn harvest and stored. Sowing instructions
Sow outdoor March-Sep in row 15cm apart. Keep soil moist. Thin out as necessary. For successional crops sow every 2-3 weeks.


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RADISH; Rudi
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RADISH; Rudi

RADISH

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Raphanus raphanistrum Globe shaped red radish. An excellent variety for field cultivation during the whole growing season. Sowing instructions
Sow outside from March onwards in rows 15 cm apart. Sow at 15-day intervals for a continuous supply. Ready to harvest after 4-6 weeks.


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SALAD GREEN; Asian leaves mix
SALAD GREEN; Asian leaves mix
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SALAD GREEN; Asian leaves mix

SALAD GREEN

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A mix of Taisai, Mizuna, Swiss chard, Chinese cabbage Granaat, purple frills and golden frills. Sowing instructions
Sow from March until August outside or use cover for earlier or later sowings. Sow in rows 15 cm apart.
Growing instructions
Cut when leaves are about 10cm high. Allow to regrow for...

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SALAD GREEN; Buckshorn Plantain
SALAD GREEN; Buckshorn Plantain
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SALAD GREEN; Buckshorn Plantain

SALAD GREEN

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Plantago lanceolata Rosette forming salad plant 20-30 cm high. Its early growth is slow, later vigorous and very healthy with very high yields. Repeated cutting possible, very frost hardy. Transplanting recommended. Good for mixing into baby leaf salads. Spicy, pleasantly sour, weak salty flavour...

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SALAD GREEN; Chinese Mustard Green in Snow
SALAD GREEN; Chinese Mustard Green in Snow
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SALAD GREEN; Chinese Mustard Green in Snow

SALAD GREEN

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Brassica juncea Use the leaves raw in salads or stir-fry. Sowing instructions
Sow from March until August outside or use cover for earlier or later sowings. Sow in rows 15 cm apart.


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SALAD GREEN; Chinese Mustard Red Giant
SALAD GREEN; Chinese Mustard Red Giant
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SALAD GREEN; Chinese Mustard Red Giant

SALAD GREEN

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Brassica juncea Red coloured leaves with a spicy flavour. Use the leaves raw in salads. Sowing instructions
Sow from March until August outside or use cover for earlier or later sowings. Sow in rows 15 cm apart.


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SALAD GREEN; Chop Suey Green
SALAD GREEN; Chop Suey Green
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SALAD GREEN; Chop Suey Green

SALAD GREEN

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Chrysanthemum coronarium spatiosum Use the leaves raw in salads or lightly cook or stir-fry. Also beautiful as a flower. Sowing instructions
Sow in succession from April. Sow in rows 15 cm apart.
Growing instructions
Cut the leaves when the plant is 12 cm high.


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SALAD GREEN; Fine Leaved Cress
SALAD GREEN; Fine Leaved Cress
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SALAD GREEN; Fine Leaved Cress

SALAD GREEN

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Lepidium sativum Fast growing plant used for its seedling leaves in salads. Sowing instructions
Sow in rows 10 cm apart or broadcast in a seed tray.
Growing instructions
Indoors the harvest can be after ten days.


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SALAD GREEN; Golden Frills
SALAD GREEN; Golden Frills
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SALAD GREEN; Golden Frills

SALAD GREEN

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Brassica juncea Fine serrated leaves. Fresh green colour and a spicy flavour. Sowing instructions
Sow from March until August outside or use cover for earlier or later sowings. Sow in rows 15 cm apart.


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SALAD GREEN; Land Cress
SALAD GREEN; Land Cress
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SALAD GREEN; Land Cress

SALAD GREEN

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Barbarea verna Land cress, also called American cress, has a spicy taste similar to watercress, is ready to eat in seven to eight weeks after sowing. It is rich in vitamins, iron and calcium and provides a continuous supply over a long period. Sowing instructions
Sow from March till August, or in...

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SALAD GREEN; Mibuna
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SALAD GREEN; Mibuna

SALAD GREEN

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Brassica rapa var nipposinica Strap-like rounded leaves with a mild taste. Use the leaves raw in salads or stir-fry. Sowing instructions
Sow from March until August outside or use cover for earlier or later sowings. Sow in rows 15 cm apart.


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SALAD GREEN; Mizuna
SALAD GREEN; Mizuna
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SALAD GREEN; Mizuna

SALAD GREEN

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Brassica rapa var nipposinica Use the leaves raw in salads or stir-fry. Sowing instructions
Sow from March until August outside or use cover for earlier or later sowings. Sow in rows 15 cm apart.


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SALAD GREEN; Moutarde Rouge Metis
SALAD GREEN; Moutarde Rouge Metis
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SALAD GREEN; Moutarde Rouge Metis

SALAD GREEN

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Brassica juncea Fast growing leaf mustard with intensely, finely serrated leaves and green stems. For growing throughout the year. Sharp mustard flavour. Sowing instructions
Sow from March until August outside or use cover for earlier or later sowings. Sow in rows 15 cm apart.


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SALAD GREEN; Namenia
SALAD GREEN; Namenia
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SALAD GREEN; Namenia

SALAD GREEN

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Brassica rapa A high yielding and good tasting leaf vegetable for use in salads. Sowing instructions
For two cuts sow early and dense or give it more space and harvest one big plant like lettuce.
Growing instructions
Can also grow in a greenhouse or tunnel in late autumn or early spring.


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SALAD GREEN; Purple Frills
SALAD GREEN; Purple Frills
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SALAD GREEN; Purple Frills

SALAD GREEN

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Brassica juncea Fine serrated leaves. Red purple colour and a spicy flavour Sowing instructions
Sow from March until August outside or use cover for earlier or later sowings. Sow in rows 15cm apart


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SALAD GREEN; Water Cress
SALAD GREEN; Water Cress
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SALAD GREEN; Water Cress

SALAD GREEN

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Nasturtium officinale Fresh green round leafed variety. Strong flavoured and vigorous. Usually cultivated in running water but can be grown in soil if kept consistently moist. Well suited for pot culture. It has a flavour akin to radish/horse radish with a high vitamin content. Sowing instruction...

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SPINACH; Early Prickly Seed
SPINACH; Early Prickly Seed
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SPINACH; Early Prickly Seed

SPINACH

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Spinacia oleracea Fast growing spinach. Sow before the end of March or after mid August. 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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