Category: Gourmet Vegetable Plants

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Strawberry Spinach Chenopodium – Plants

rare, Colourful And Fully Edibleperfect For Uk Conditionsno-waste, Fast-growing Crop a Lovely Leafy Salad Plant, Rare And Intriguing With All Parts Edible. Pick The Spinach-shaped Leaves, Having A Nourishing Nutty Flavour, Starting From Baby Leaves Within The Few Weeks On Germination And Letting The Plant Grow So You Can Then Pick The Mature Leaves With That Give A Bit Of Bite.in Summer These Leafy Plants Reach 45cm (18in), Come Into Flower And Then Fruit. Harvest The Ripe Red Berries Which Are Satisfyingly Sweet.after Fruiting Dig Up The Parsnip-like Roots Of Strawberry Spinach, Wash Them And Enjoy Them Sliced For Salads. Strawberry Spinach Does Not Transplant Easily On Account Of Its Long Taproot So We Recommend You Plant Them Directly Into Beds Or Containers Where You Plan To Harvest Them.you Receive Plants In 12 Multi-sown Modules, Ready For You To Plant When You Receive Them And Giving You More Than A Dozen Crops To Enjoy On Your Allotment Or Vegetable Plot.

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Seakale Angers

Highly Productive Giving More Succulent Stems Which Blanche More Readily Than Other Seakale. Cook Like Asparagus, Delicious.hardy Perennial, Native To Britain, Which Is Very Drought Tolerant. Blanched Stems, Young Flower Heads And Young Leaves Can All Be Eaten, But The Traditional Way Is To Serve In The Same Was As Asparagus.once Planted, Allow To Grow Naturally For The First Season, And Remove All Yellow Foliage In The Autumn.to Blanch The Stems The Dormant Crown Of The Plant Must Be Covered In Late Winter With A Bucket Or Large Flower Pot With Hole Blocked To Exclude All Light (a Rhubarb Forcer Is Ideal).in Early Spring You Will Be Rewarded With Tender White Shoots – Cut When 8-10in/20-25cm Tall.

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Horseradish – Bare Roots

add Heat To Your Saladquick To Establishgreat For The Soilgrow Horseradish On Your Vegetable Plot And Look Forward To Carrot-like Roots You Can Harvest Year After Year. the Roots Are Scent-less on Harvest But Once You Grate Or Slice, That heat- Familiar To Those Who Know Horseradish Sauce – Becomes Quickly Apparent.  horseradish Is A Clump-forming Root Vegetable Which Improves the Soil As It Develops, Breaking Up Large Clods Of Earth When You Have Heavy Soils.horseradish Is A Perennial Plant And Will Come Back Year After Year If You Remove The Main Roots For The Kitchen In Winter And Replant The Smaller Roots For The Next Season.