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Eating Grapes

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Grape Duo

Two of the most popular varieties for making wine! Whether you prefer red or white, this Grape Duo will provide plenty of fruit for your favourite tipple, or for eating fresh from the vine. Grapes are both productive and attractive, making a fabulous garden feature.…  More Info

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Cucamelon 'Melothria'

…patio or border and even better in the greenhouse, producing heavy crops of mini melon fruits tasting of cucumber with a twist of lime! Eat the grape-sized fruits fresh from the vine all through summer, but do try to save some for salads, salsas and pickles! The…  More Info

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Mahonia aquifolium

…it is an ideal shrub for a beginner to gardening. Height: 1m (39). Spread: 1.5m (59). Culinary information: The ripe fruits are too acidic to eat raw but can be stewed with sugar or other fruits and made into jelly or pies. They are used to help the milder flavour of some…  More Info

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Tomato 'Mountain Magic' F1 Hybrid

…heritage varieties with modern F1 hybrid disease resistance, this tasty tom has everything going for it! Mountain Magic F1 is truly all-purpose - eat it from the vine, slice for salads and sandwiches, or use as a cooker or sauce base. Not only does it have good resistance to…  More Info

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Mahonia x media 'Charity'

…This superb collection of Oregon Grapes, as they are commonly named, is perfect for adding year round interest to the garden and encouraging bees and other pollinating insects. Height and spread: 4m (12?). Culinary note: The ripe fruits are too acidic to eat raw but…  More Info

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Just£11.99