An improved selection of Boltardy, which shows good resistance to bolting so it can be sown from March. Fine tasting globe shaped roots.
5 organic plants per pack.
Charlotte is a salad potato. With its distinctive long, oval shape, white skin and moist texture it is ideal for so much more than just salads.
Charlotte stays firm when cooked and can also be very successfully sauted and even roasted in its skin for a firm roast potato. It is frequently sold washed and in bags or punnets which adds to the convenience value of this widely available potato.
Long yellow tubers. Stores well.
High yielding, good tuber blight resistance
Waxy salad potato
Charlotte is suitable for:
Price: (1 item) £3.25 Price: (2 to 3 items) £3.00 Price: (4 or more items) £2.70
The fruits set regularly throughout the growing season and the plant is well balanced with a very high overall production; less spiny than most; suitable for non-heated and plastic tunnels.
1 organic plants per pack.
Heavy crops of excellent flavoured small peas; height 45cm.
5 organic plants per pack.
2 plants of each cut & come again salad varieties (6 x 2).
Lettuce ~ Cocarde x 2
Lettuce ~ Lollo Biondi x 2
Lettuce ~ Lollo Rossa x 2
Lettuce ~ Red Salad Bowl x 2
Lettuce ~ Green Salad Bowl x 2
Rocket ~ Athena 1441 x 2
Total 12 organic plants.
Purple sprouting is the ultimate brassica: easy to grow, relatively hardy, excellent flavour, beautiful colour, subtle texture and 'cut & come again' growth pattern. It produces spears rather then a single head. If you also plant Santee F1 from our June delivery you can have purple sprouting from November to May.
We are now offering this collection for delivery in July and August.
2 plants of each of the following varieties:
Broccoli - purple sprouting ~ Claret F1 (Santee F1 in August)
Broccoli - purple sprouting ~ Mendocino F1
Broccoli - purple sprouting ~ Red Admiral F1
Broccoli - purple sprouting ~ Rioja F1
TOTAL 8 ORGANIC PLANTS
To order the collection, click on the month you require it below and for more information on these varieties towards the bottom of this page.
Collection consist of the following varieties:
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A well-known and reliable very early variety. It comes from French production but is well suited to UK growing conditions. This softneck* garlic has a Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit and produces purple bulbs with a mild yet rich flavour.
French white-skinned softneck* variety with beige cloves for autumn planting.
White bulbs with beige cloves. Very resistant variety with excellent taste. Short dormancy variety which MUST be planted by the end of December.