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Brassica Plant Collection

high-nutrient Crops All Winter And Springattractive On The Plotfantastic Valueget Hold Of The Brassica Plant Collection And Enjoy Harvests From November To June. This Sees You Having A Rewarding And Wholesome Supply Of The Best-selected Cabbages And Relatives To Accompany Your Sunday Dinners And Slow-cooked Specialities.this Collection Gives You Pleasure Both To See And To Taste. Ornamental Cabbage And Broccoli Provide Spherical And Compact Balls To Accompany Surrounding Plants And Tall Brussels Sprouts Add Welcome Harvest Time You’ve Invested In High-nutrient Vegetables For You And The Family Which Lasts For Weeks During The Time Of Year When The Immune System Can Get A Bit Of A Battering.our Brassica Plant Collection Contains 16 Plants Each Of:broccoli Marathon – This Variety Of ‘calabrese' Really Has Set The Standard For Performance, Yield And Quality. It Produces Medium Sized, Uniform, Dense Heads Of Bluishgreen ‘beads' On Sturdy Plants That Will Grow Well In Almost Any Soil And Under Any Conditionscabbage Tundra – A Superb Variety Which Sets The Standard For Winter Cabbages. Tundra Will Take Hard Frost And Just About Anything That Winter Can Throw At It!add To That A Very Long Harvest Period – The Heads Can Be Ready From Late October But Will Stand In Good Condition Through To April – Good Flavour And You Have A Winter Winner!brussels Sprout Cloudius – Excellent Flavour With Solid Round Sprouts On Medium Height Plants. Good Resistance To Powdery Mildew And Ring Spot.


Cabbage Plants – Gunma F1 X16

This Excellent Summer Cabbage Variety Is A Top Performer Both In The Kitchen As Well As In The Vegetable Patch.growing Outdoors, Gunma Produces Uniform, Disease-resistant Plants, Both Flat-topped And Compact To Make Cultivating And Harvesting In The Summer Months Really Easy.once In The Kitchen Its Naturally-layered Leaves Make A Ready Stack Of Wraps; Take Off A Leaf From The Stack, Add A Tasty Filling, Wrap And Eat; A Great Alternative To Gluten-based Tortillas.cabbage Gunma Is Delicious To Eat Cooked Or Raw In Salads, And Can Also Be Used To Make 'wrap' Style Sandwiches.round But Flat Topped, The Cabbage Heads With Grow To 30cm Or More Across. The Leaves Are So Sweet And Tender To Eat That You Need Only To Trim The Sides To Make A Square Stack Of Cabbage Wraps Read To Add Your Fillings.perfect For Dieters, Or Those Who Are Wheat And Gluten Intolerant. Packed With Vitamins Too. Gumna Will Also Hold Well In The Ground For Months Without Splitting.


Cabbage Sennen F1 X16 Plants

Cabbage 'sennen' Is A Wonderful Spring Cabbage. This Is A New Frost-hardy Ball Head Cabbage That Is The Earliest Cropping Primo-type, Especially If Given A Little Fleece Protection During The Harshest Weather.cabbage 'sennen' Is Particularly Sweet And Crisp Making It Perfect For Salads Or Sweet The Pigeons Find It Delectable Too, But With Our Protective Fleece You'll Be Able To Save The Sweet Crop For Yourself.add 'sennen' To Sandwiches As A Tasty Equivalent To Salad Leaves, Or As A Convenient Gluten-free equivalent To A Tortilla Wrap With Tasty Fillings.your Plants On Arrivalyour Plants Will Arrive To You In A Plastic Blister Pack which Provides The Perfect Humid environment For Young Cabbage Plants While Being delivered To Your Home.remove All Outer Packaging And Remove The Plants From The Plastic Blister Pack. water The Plugs Of Soil So They Are Moist But Not Waterlogged.try To Plant Up Straight Away In Your Vegetable Patch, Into Rich Soil Pressing The Plugs Into The Soil Firmly. Space Plants 25-30cm (10-12in) Apart And cover With Fleece To Keep Pigeons From Eating The Sweet, Succulent leaves.water Young Plants Daily morning or Evening, Or Both In Particularly Dry And/or Warm weather.


Cabbage Plants – Supervoy

Cabbage Supervoy Is An Extremely Hardy And Flavoursome Savoy Type Which Is Ideal For Overwintering.produces Heads Of Outstanding Quality And Can Be Harvested As Late As March. A Good Choice For Soils With Low Fertility.the Solid, Sweet, Heads Make A Great Addition To Winter Salads. A High Yielding Variety That Is Perfectly Suited To The British Climate And So Is Easy To Grow. High In Vitamins.


Brassica Clubroot Resistant Collection X 16 – Plants

With No Chemical Solution For Treating Clubroot In Brassicas, The Only Way You Can Guarantee Disease-free Crops Is By Growing Resistant Varieties – And We Have A Great Collection For You. 4 Plants Each Of Cabbage Kilaxy, Cauliflower Clapton, Brussels Sprouts Crispus And Red Cabbage Lodero. cabbage Kilaxy: Produces Dense Heads Of Good Flavour And Can Be Grown At Close Spacing. It Also Has Good Tolerance To Internal Black. Harvest: October – January.cauliflower Clapton: It Has Good Erect Growth So Takes Up Less Space And Produces Well Protected Dense White Curds. Harvest: September – Octoberbrussels Sprout Crispus: Excellent Standing Ability, The Small Tight Buttons Are Dark Green With Good Flavour. Harvest: October – Cabbage Lodero: The First Clubroot Resistant Red Cabbage. This Maincrop Variety Stores Well. Harvest: October – November.brassica Collars X30 Brassica Collars Offer A Simple Solution To Stop Cabbage Root Fly, A Pest That Can Cause Serious Damage To Your Brassica Crops Including Broccoli, Cabbages, Cauliflowers, Calabrese And Brussels Sprouts.stop Cabbage Root Flies Laying Eggs By Placing Collars Over The Base Of Your Young Plants. This Barrier Method Often Proves More Effective Than Chemicals.