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Other Veg. ~ Hardy Varieties

Globe Artichoke (purple) ~ Arad (Early May)

A purple-green variety with tender flesh and a sweet flavour; excellent eating quality; almost spineless; uniform oval-shaped globes, typically 10cm in diameter.

3 organic plants per pack.


Price: 2.00

Asparagus ~ Gijnlim (Early May)

Medium-thick, straight spears of excellent quality. Module-grown plants NOT crowns. The first few spears may be harvested two years after planting, with full production from the following year..

3 organic plants per pack.



Price: 2.00

Beetroot ~ Jannis (Early May)

An improved selection of Boltardy, which shows good resistance to bolting so it can be sown from March. Fine tasting globe shaped roots.

5 modules, approximately 4 organic plants per module, approximately 20


Price: 2.00

Beetroot ~ Scarletta (Early May)

Unique variety with dark purple leaves and skins; inside the roots are bright fuchsia pink with lighter rings.

5 modules, approx 20 plants


Price: 2.00

Cardoons (Early May)

Large decorative plant; grown for the edible stalks and midribs. Stems require blanching.

5 organic plants per pack.


Price: 2.00

Celeriac ~ Prinz (Early May)

An excellent bolt-resistant variety; good for early production.

5 organic plants per pack.


Price: 2.00

Celery ~ Victoria (Early May)

Mid-green variety, good standing ability and excellent flavour. Doesn't require 'earthing up'.

5 organic plants per pack.


Price: 2.00

Chard ~ Five Colours (Early May)

A lovely mixture of various coloured stems and leaves, use as baby leaf or allow to grow on.

5 organic plants per pack.


Price: 2.00