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Mizuna (November)

Mizuna (November)

New leafy vegetable with a light peppery flavour; attractive red petioles.

5 organic plants per pack.


Price: 2.00

Chard ~ Rainbow Mixed (November)

Chard ~ Rainbow Mixed (November)

A mixture of colours including white, cream, yellow, orange, pink and red.
Harvest from November through to Spring.

5 organic plants per pack.


Price: 2.00

Cabbage ~ Duncan F1 (Spring) (November)

Cabbage ~ Duncan F1 (Spring) (November)

Compact attractive habit, produces excellent greens and hearts.

"Best variety on the market for overwintering" says John Overvoorde (Delfland Nurseries Limited)

5 organic plants per pack.


Price: 2.00

Cabbage ~ Sennen F1 (Spring) (November)

Cabbage ~ Sennen F1 (Spring) (November)

When planted in September or early October, the crop will mature in May, producing a smooth round cabbage, ahead of spring planted round head types.

5 organic plants per pack.


Price: 2.00

Cabbage ~ Wheeler's Imperial (Spring) (November)

Cabbage ~ Wheeler's Imperial (Spring) (November)

This is a heritage variety that my father remembers growing in the 1930's though it dates from at least 1844. A famous strain of this variety was sold by George Wheeler of Warminster, Wiltshire, a few miles from Dad's home in Devizes. Dad and I spotted the advertisement in Devizes Museum.

Wheelers gained an international reputation for this cabbage variety. The packets had a red wax seal, to prove that they were the genuine Wheeler's strain.

It is a classic pointed Spring cabbage, quite compact, so you can plant them a foot apart, harvest every other one for Spring greens, leaving the rest to form heads. 

5 organic plants per pack.


Price: 2.00

Mustard ~ Giant Red (November)

Mustard ~ Giant Red (November)

Large 'savoy' leaves which are deep purple / red in colour. Pleasant mustard pungency. Use immature for salads.

5 organic plants per pack.


Price: 2.00

Perpetual Spinach (November)

Perpetual Spinach (November)

Thin-stems, with fairly thick, smoothish leaves; up to 15 inches (38cm) height and spread; start picking when the leaves are about 3 inches (7.5cm) long.

5 organic plants per pack.


Price: 2.00

Mustard ~ Golden Streaks (November)

Mustard ~ Golden Streaks (November)

Compact attractive habit, produces excellent greens and hearts. Attractive, finely-dissected leaf with a hint of 'new potato taste' followed by a sweet mustard flavour. Adds variety and spice to mixed salad leaves.

"Best variety on the market for overwintering" says John Overvoorde (Delfland Nurseries Limited)


Price: 2.00

Mustard ~ Ruby Streaks (November)

Mustard ~ Ruby Streaks (November)

Deeply serrated attractive red mustard.

5 organic plants per pack.


Price: 2.00

Winter Purslane (Claytonia) (November)

Winter Purslane (Claytonia) (November)

Clump-forming plant about 8 inches (20cm) across. Leaves, stems and flowers are all edible - succulent with a mild flavour. Produces leaves for many weeks.

5 organic plants per pack.


Price: 2.00

Corn Salad (Lamb's Lettuce) (November)

Corn Salad (Lamb's Lettuce) (November)

Small, hardy annual plant also known as lamb's lettuce or mache, with a mild flavour. Extremely hardy, grows almost anywhere.

5 organic plants per pack.


Price: 2.00

Land Cress  (November)

Land Cress (November)

Flavour is very similar to watercress, though the leaves are coarser. Remains green all winter.
Similar in habit to water cress but does not require much water.Tasty addition to winter salads.

5 organic plants per pack.


Price: 2.00