Loading...

Korean

1 - 3 of 3

Refine Results


Korean Fir

The Korean Fir makes a captivating specimen tree. From a young age, this stunning conifer produces fairytale, violet-blue cones that sit upright on evergreen branches. The foliage of Abies koreana is much softer and wider than the needles of our native spruces, giving the tree a…  More Info

Buy Now

2 Options From£11.99

Campanula takesimana

…topped with large pendant, bell-shaped flowers. The pink flushed flowers have a hidden surprise - lining each flower are deep maroon freckles. This Korean Bellflower is a hardy perennial, very fast growing; it will quickly form large clumps in borders. Preferring a lightly…  More Info

Buy Now

2 Options From£11.99

Cabbage chinese 'Natsuki'

…stalks have a mild flavour and should be eaten with the leaf for zero wastage in the kitchen. Use in salads and stir fries, or try making your own Korean Kimchi, a pickled cabbage recipe popular with top chefs and restaurants. Best sown direct. 15cm spacings for 125g -200g…  More Info

Buy Now

Just£2.99