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Traditional Italian specialty somewhat like normal broccoli, but coarser. Leaves, stems and heads are all eaten in salads or lightly cooked. Sow direct September to February, thinning to 5 cm apart. Ready in around 5 weeks. Packets only.
Unusual orange heads. A real novelty that is great to eat too! Break leaves over curd as it develops. Best sown November to January in southern areas.
Fruit to 45 cm. Best when grown up a trellis. Easily digested and delicious picked at 30 cm. Resists Powdery Mildew and tolerates Downy Mildew.
A golden zucchini that is productive and attractive. Expect fruit 6 weeks after germination. Pick at 16 cm.
Best cultivar for Spring onions or Scallions, this non bulbing cultivar can be sown all year. Best used when 0.5 to 1 cm across. Sow sparingly and do not thin out. Vigorous upright growth. Treated seed to Tasmania.
Mild and early maturing, this heavy yielding onion is the best of its type. A moderate keeper only, it is best sown May and June. Good in NSW and Qld.
Metre tall plants with heavy crops of fine flavoured peas. Requires a low trellis. The most widely grown garden cultivar.
Excellent sweet taste from the well filled 19 cm cobs. Plants vigorous with most producing 2 cobs. Has resistance to Rust, Northern Corn Leaf Blight and Maize Dwarf Mosaic Virus. Matures approx 85 days from sowing.
Individual pieces large and tasty. Skin marked purple. Attractive. Not to SA, TAS, WA and NT.
Sorry, this product is sold out for 2021.
A superior Parsnip with excellent wedge shaped roots. Excellent for main and late season sowing.