The standard green headed variety reaching up to 170cm in height. Attractive large blue thistle like flower heads. Pick heads before flowering. Usually start cropping after two years. Crops for four years.
A purple globe artichoke, similar to Green Globe in habit but with a finer flavour and attractive large purple thistle-like flower heads.
Produces rounded oval fruits of a glossy dark violet colour. The upright foliage aids ventilation - useful when grown under plastic. Good resistance to handling marks and oxidation when cut.
A compact variety ideal for growing in containers. Produces a prolific crop of dark, shiny, oval shaped fruits with an attractive dark purple colour.
Medium plant height with standard shaped dark fruits. Averaging 100g in weight per fruit. An early maturing variety suited to greenhouse and tunnel production.
An excellent improved Boltardy variety. The round roots have a smooth skin and good internal colour and texture. Slow to bolt. Ideal for early and maincrop sowings .
Traditional Italian globe shaped beetroot with deep pink skin and stripey pink and white flesh with a sweet flavour. Leaves have a mild flavour and can be used in salads or stewed.
Produces high quality, uniform, round roots with intense colour. Keeps its flavour in storage. Ideal for main and late crops.
Attractive globe shaped, orange yellow roots that turn golden yellow when cooked. Sweet taste, fine texture and tender even when large. Light green leaves can be steamed or eaten raw in mixed salads.
Improved Cavalo Nero Type. A black tuscany type with striking dark , narrow well textured leaves. Slow to bolt and good cold tolerance.
Excellent eating qualities. The textured, ruffled, green leaves develop a very striking white centre as they mature. Very sweet flavour coupled with crisp texture. Suitable for multiple cuts. Pick when young or mature.
Dark blue - green finely curled leaves. Medium - tall variety suitable for autumn and winter harvest. Very frost resistant.
This attractive kale variety has a deep red textured leaf and a striking pink mid vein running through the leaf. Suitable for multiple cuts. Best suited to baby leaf but also works well as a mature plant.
A very early maturing variety. Very good cold tolerance. Semi compact plants (90cm high) with high yields of pods containing 6-7 white beans per pod.
A unique and colourful early maturing broad bean. Fresh seed is green whilst dried seed is purple. A heritage variety with excellent flavour. Very hardy variety that handles frost well.
A tall variety. High yields with extra long pods. 5 - 8 green beans per pod. Very good flavour.
A very uniform, compact variety with a neat habit. Ideal for growing in patio containers and smaller gardens. Flavoursome beans are ideal for freezing (wont discolour). Heavy cropper. Ht 30-45cm. RHS AGM.
A high yielding variety producing clusters of 4 - 5 pods which are easy to pick. Small to medium tender, succulent white beans with good flavour and texture. Ht 3'
Popular dwarf variety. 45cm high. Good yields of 6 - 8 white beans per pod. Ideal for small gardens. A good choice for exposed areas.
Produces top quality white beans. Suitable for late sowings in order to extend harvesting period. Plant height 3 ft.
A purple sprouting broccoli which produces large deep purple spears with very good flavour. Harvest from mid March through to mid May. Plant 45cm apart.
A purple sprouting broccoli with sweet tender florets. The good quality spears can be harvested over several weeks - ready for harvest February to March. Plant 45cm apart.
An outstanding winter hardy variety that produces uniform, erect plants. Excellent colour to the medium to large sized heads. High yielding. Harvest end of January to beginning of March.
Very early variety of high quality well coloured, good sized purple spears. High yield. Harvest Oct - Feb. Plant 45cm apart.
A hybrid white variety. Produces a high yield of succulent spears on strong, vigorous plant. Harvest mid February to early April.
A unique cross between Broccoli and Chinese Kale. There is very little waste and the stems are as tender as the shoots. After cutting the main head many side shoots can be harvested. Matures 60 days after sowing.
Club root resistant variety. Very well adapted to growing under stressed conditions, reliably producing good crops of smooth, dark green sprouts, that hold well and have a good flavour. Harvest Sept - Nov. Plant 75cm apart.
Second early variety for late Autumn to Christmas production. Well spaced buttons with sweet flavour. High yield. Harvest October to December. Plant 75cm apart.
The Christmas sprout. Comes out top for flavour in recent taste panels. Mild sweet (non bitter/peppery) taste. Produces a high yield of medium to large, round, dark green buttons. Good holding ability. Good disease resistance.
A tall, vigorous variety for late harvesting (Jan - March). Strong root system, resistant to lodging. Smooth, attractive green buttons with excellent flavour.
A tall mid season hybrid with a strong root system. One of the best tasting and sweetest varieties available and a good variety for Christmas sprouts. Medium sized firm button sprouts. Heavy cropper. Harvest Nov - Jan. Plant 75cm apart.
Also known as Flower sprout. An interesting combination of Brussels sprout and Kale, producing attractive "kale florets" on a sprout stalk. Grows as per mid season Brussels Sprout.
An early spring cabbage with uniform compact heads on dwarf plants. Plant 30cm apart. Harvest April /May.
Early white variety with good heat tolerance. Crisp thick leaves have a mild sweet taste, making it ideal for shredding, using as a wrap or eating raw in salads. Harvest Sept - Nov.
Very attractive, improved Hispi type cabbage. Fast growing, matures in 75 days. Produces large pointed firm heads. Delicious sweet flavour. Harvest Summer.
A Clubroot resistant savoy cabbage variety. Produces compact heads with heavy crinkled leaves and attractive dark green colour. Excellent quality and flavour. Good standing ability.