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Mesembryanthemum criniflorum 'Magic Carpet Mixed' (Seeds)

…colour in borders and rockeries with these brightly coloured daisies. Ideal for dry and sunny positions around the garden. Height: 7.5cm (3). Spread: 30cm (12). Culinary information: Leaves can be eaten raw, mainly being used as a spinach substitute. For more details about…  More Info

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Spinach 'Palco' F1 Hybrid - Organic Seeds

Spinach Palco produces dark green leaves with good mildew tolerance.  More Info

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Spinach 'Perpetual' (Spinach Beet)

If your summer spinach is always running to seed before you manage to get a worthwhile crop off it, then Spinach Perpetual is the variety for you because it virtually never runs to seed in its first season, therefore very good on dry ground. Spinach  More Info

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Spinach 'Medania'

A very popular, easy to grow and reliable variety, Spinach Medania produces an abundance of dark green leaves. Long standing if grown in good, moist soil which is kept watered during dry weather. Spinach Medania is ideal for successional sowing to give a longer cropping…  More Info

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Spinach 'Apollo'

…green, thick, rounded leaves of superb quality. Spinach 'Apollo' has good bolting resistance when grown as a 'baby leaf' crop and also makes particularly productive mature plants with resistance to all the modern races of downy mildew. Grow spinach in convenient…  More Info

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Spinach 'Monnopa'

Spinach ?Monnopa? contains low levels of oxalic acid, giving it an excellent, sweet flavour. With an upright habit, it is easy to grow and harvest, providing you with a generous supply of rounded, pale green leaves. Perfect for harvesting as baby leaves or growing on as mature…  More Info

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Spinach 'Perpetual' (Start-A-Garden™ Range)

A continuous crop of quality, succulent leaves ideal for autumn and winter cropping. Hardly ever runs to seed in the first season and therefore good on dry ground. Full of nutrients and goodness.  More Info

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Spinach 'Mikado' F1 Hybrid

A unique Oriental spinach, Spinach Mikado has an upright habit, producing dark green, large, pointed leaves, multiple side shoots and long stems with pink tinged bases. Delicious chopped in stir fries, added to salads or steamed. Spinach Mikado has good downy mildew…  More Info

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Spinach 'Amazon' F1 Hybrid

From successive sowings this British bred variety will produce high yields of glossy, dark green, rounded leaves from spring through to autumn. Spinach 'Amazon' is fast growing with good resistance to downy mildew and bolting, making it ideal for harvesting as baby leaves or growing…  More Info

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Spinach PV1390 'Red Veined'

A decorative spinach variety bringing flavour and colour to the plate. Unusual red veining and red stems make this a stand out variety on the veg patch. Excellent as a baby leaf for salad use, when picked around 35 days from a spring sowing. The leaf veining becomes more pronounced…  More Info

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Amaranthus caudatus 'Pony Tails Mixed'

…adding height and interest to summer bedding displays. Height: 90-120cm (36-48in) Culinary note: The leaves are very nutritious, similar to spinach and the seeds can be treated as grain, amaranthus flour is common. The leaves also make nice salad greens. For more…  More Info

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Amaranthus caudatus 'Fat Spike'

…guard. Ideal as a border filler, and for flower arranging. Height: 90-100cm (3-4ft) Culinary note: The leaves are very nutritious, similar to spinach and the seeds can be treated as grain, amaranthus flour is common. The leaves also make nice salad greens. For more…  More Info

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Amaranthus paniculatus 'Marvel Bronze'

…plant for borders, or why not be brave and plant it en masse for explosive results! Culinary note: The leaves are very nutritious, similar to spinach and the seeds can be treated as grain, amaranthus flour is common. The leaves also make nice salad greens. For more…  More Info

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Salad Leaves 'Fancy Summer Mix'

…your salads. The blend of niche leaves consists of Landcress, Golden Purslane, Orach Scarlet Emperor, Chamomile, Wild Rocket, Tree Spinach and shungiku. Sow seeds in succession, pick leaves as required. Can also be grown under glass during the winter months to provide…  More Info

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Organic Swiss Chard 'White Silver'

…be used in salads while the juicy, mature stems can be chopped and steamed, or used to add a sweet crunch to stir fries. Mature leaves can be used as a delicious spinach substitute. Sow Swiss Chard 'White Silver' up until August for cropping into the New Year. Height: 50cm …  More Info

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Swiss Chard 'Lucullus'

…which are deliciously succulent when cooked like asparagus, and served with butter. The large, tasty leaves make a flavoursome alternative to spinach, and if left to flower, the flower stalks can also be cooked and eaten like sprouting broccoli. Initially cropping from mid…  More Info

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Swiss Chard 'Fordhook Giant'

Heavily savoyed leaves with a superb dark green colour and contrasting ivory stems that make an excellent alternative to spinach. The flavoursome leaves are thick and tender, making an appealing steamed vegetable or a colourful addition to stir fries. Swiss Chard 'Fordhook Giant' is…  More Info

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Swiss Chard 'Bright Yellow'

The beautiful, broad golden stalks of Swiss Chard 'Bright Yellow' are a striking and colourful addition to the vegetable garden and look equally at home in the flower border. The sweet stalks can be steamed as a vegetable or, when young, eaten raw in salads. This superb RHS AGM variety is…  More Info

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Swiss Chard 'Bright Lights'

This exciting RHS AGM Swiss Chard, produces a rainbow of coloured stems that are crowned with large leaves of green or bronze. The flavour is deliciously mild and packed with nutritional content. Swiss Chard 'Bright Lights' can be harvested from mid-summer to late autumn, and if soils are…  More Info

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Swiss Chard 'Celebration'

…vibrant colours. Sow successively and enjoy a summer long harvest, pick them young and enjoy them in salads, or leave them to mature and treat like spinach. Ideal for kitchen gardens and allotments, also an attractive feature in a patio container where the bright stems can…  More Info

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Swiss Chard 'Fire Fresh'

Gently wavy, dark green leaves boast prominent crimson stems that make a superb colour contrast and pleasing flavour. This vibrant vegetable can be harvested at all stages of maturity, giving each plant a long cropping period. With an upright habit and a fast growth rate, Swiss Chard ?Fire…  More Info

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Mesembryanthemum criniflorum 'Magic Carpet Mixed'

Carpet like growth with leaves that appear to be sprinkled with ice crystals. Produces a glowing display in full sun on beds, borders, dry banks, rockeries, etc. Culinary note: Leaves can be eaten raw, mainly being used as a spinach substitute. For more details about edible flowers…  More Info

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Beetroot 'Albina Vereduna' (Globe)

…Beetroot 'Albina Vereduna is much more acceptable as a vegetable when served with fish or poultry and adds variety and flavour far exceeding most red beetroots. The curved and wavy top leaf is high in vitamins and can also be served like spinach as a vegetable. Height: 30cm …  More Info

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Rocket

A little known but very useful salad plant, Rocket can be used raw in salads or cooked lightly when it makes a delicious spinach substitute. Late summer sowings of Rocket will carry on cropping into the winter if the plants are protected by cloches. Culinary note: Rocket flowers are…  More Info

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Turnip 'Sweetbell' F1 Hybrid

…purple-topped roots have a succulent white flesh and are delicious cooked or simply grated raw in salads. There's no bitter aftertaste however you eat it. And you can eat the leaves too as they are hairless! Add them to a salad or steam them like spinach - this is a real …  More Info

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Rocket 'Discovery'

…widely used in salads and sandwiches for its unique aromatic taste. Rocket Discovery can also be included in pizza and pasta dishes, or steamed as a spinach substitute. Sow in succession and pick leaves as required. Culinary note: Rocket flowers are edible. Culinary note:…  More Info

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Salad 'Niche Oriental Mixed'

…winter months to provide a complete season of harvesting. Niche Oriental Mixed is ideal for containers on the patio. Featuring leaf Mustards, Golden Streaked and Red, Komatsuna, Mizuna and Sky Rocket. Useful Links: How to grow salad crops from seed Reasons to buy your   More Info

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Beetroot 'Rainbow Beet' (Globe)

…Beetroot 'Rainbow Beet' can even be sliced raw into salads for a colourful crunch. Try steaming the tender stems and leaves as an alternative to spinach or chard. Height: 30cm (12in). Spread: 15cm (6in).* Collection comprises:* Beetroot 'Subeto' F1 Hybrid - Deep, rich,…  More Info

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Sorrel 'Blood Veined'

Crimson veins stand out from the bright green foliage of Sorrel 'Blood Veined'. The attractive leaves add a sharp, tangy flavour to mixed salads. Widely used in French cuisine, young sorrel leaves are also particularly flavoursome in fish dishes, soups, stews and sauces. Grow this hardy…  More Info

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Sorrel

This hardy perennial herb is easy to grow and adds leafy texture and a tart flavour to a mixed leaf salad. Young sorrel leaves are used extensively in French cuisine, being particularly flavoursome in fish dishes, soups, stews and sauces. Height and spread: 30cm (12).  More Info

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Beetroot 'Wodan' F1 Hybrid (Globe)

…cooked, either as 'baby' beet or as larger roots, and is also ideal for pickling. Producing excellent quality, bright red, rounded roots are which do not go woody. The young leaves can also be used as an alternative to spinach. Height: 30cm (12). Spread: 15cm (6).Height:…  More Info

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Herb 'Good King Henry'

…a substitute for asparagus. Leave some shoots to develop through summer and by August, the young leaves will make an excellent alternative to spinach. Try Good King Henry leaves mixed with sorrel and chard leaves for their contrasting flavours - you can even eat the tender…  More Info

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Wild Rocket 'Dragon's Tongue'

…purple veining. This short lived perennial salad crop is ideal for adding life to salads, sandwiches and garnishes, or wilting as an alternative to spinach. With successional sowings in an unheated greenhouse, this tasty wild rocket will provide fresh, peppery salad leaves…  More Info

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Rocket 'Astra'

…conditions. The finely cut leaves have a traditional peppery flavour and make an attractive addition to salad bowls or wilted as a replacement for spinach. This easy to grow salad crop can be harvested in just 21 days from sowing. It's improved vigour makes Rocket 'Astra'…  More Info

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