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Clubroot Resistant Brassica Collection X 16 – Plants

The Best Clubroot Resistant Collection.if Your Soil Is Affected By Clubroot Fungal Infection Then This Is Definitely The Collection For You!16 Plants, 4 Each Of Cabbage Kilaton, Cauliflower Clapton, Brussels Sprouts Crispus And Broccoli Komodo.4x Cabbage Kilaton: produces Dense Heads Of Good Flavour And Can Be Grown At Close Spacing. It Also Has Good Tolerance To Internal Black. Harvest: October – January.4x Cauliflower Clapton: it Has Good Erect Growth So Takes Up Less Space And Produces Well Protected Dense White Curds. Harvest: September – October4x Brussels Sprout Crispus: Excellent Standing Ability, The Small Tight Buttons Are Dark Green With Good Flavour. Harvest: October – January.4x Broccoli Komodo- produces Dense Deep-green Heads Of Calabrese Which Are Formed On A Compact Plant. Harvest: July – October.

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Courgette Lemona -plants

courgette Lemona Produces A Really Prolific Cropping Plant With Yellow, Cylindrical Fruit Up To 20cm Long.courgette Lemona Is A Really Prolific Cropper! The Yellow, Cylindrical Fruit It Produces Are 20cm Long. The Plant Has Very Few Leaf And Stem Spines Making It Easier To Pick For The Home Gardener. It’s Definitely One Of The Best Yellow Varieties And Adds Wonderful Vibrancy To Any Meal You Use It In.

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Courgette Triple Pack X3 Plants

heavy-harvest Varietiesgreat For Leaf-cover To Suppress Weedsdelicious Culinary Typesa Wonderfully Diverse Collection Of Three Distinctly Different Courgette Plants.tuscany: Tuscany Gives You High Yields Of Dark, Straight Fruits Held On Erect, Spineless Plants For Easy Harvests. Tuscany Is Well Suited To Our Cooler Climate And Will Grow Well In The North Of South Of The Country. An Excellent Performer, It Has Very Good Mildew Resistance. Height 60cm (2ft)latino: A Compact Plant With Distinctive Ribbed Fruit. It Also Happens To Have Great Flavour. The Pronounced Ribbing Makes It Look Like Little Wheels When Served, Cut Into Rounds. Add Butter And Fry In A Shallow Pan For A Delicious Side.lemona: the Yellow, Cylindrical Fruit Of Lemona Reach Up To 20cm (8in) Long. The Plant Has Few Leaf And Stem Spines Making It Easier To Harvest. It’s Definitely One Of The Best Yellow Varieties And Zest And Vibrancy To A Sunday Dish In Summer.

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Cucumber Mini Munch- Plants X 3

great For Children’s Lunchboxesspace-saving Climbing Plantroyal Horticultural Society Award Of Garden Meritthis Is The Cucumber Variety For You If You Want To Grow Cucumbers For Yourself. Refreshing Mini Munch Is Sweet And Flavoursome, Much More Flavoursome Than Supermarket Equivalents. It’s A Pretty Climbing Plant That Doesn’t Take Much Space.  Upright In Growth And Vigorous, It’s Productive And A Fun Plant To Grow If You Have A Greenhouse.pick The Fruits When 3in/8cm Long Or Leave To Mature. Mini Munch Is Thin-skinned And Very Heavy Cropping – Up To 20 Fruits Per Plant A Week In A Sunny Summer.in The Kitchen Mini Munch Cucumbers Are Easy To Chop And Prepare For A Light And Refreshing Salad. As They Are Fresh And Home-grown The Flavours Intensify. It’s A Great Way To Get Tasty And Healthy Salad Into Your Kids As They Pop Into Lunchboxes So Easily.height 3m (10ft)

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Brussels Sprout Crispus – Plants

architectural Croproyal Horticultural Society Award Of Garden Meritstands Upright Through The Winterchoose To Grow Variety Crispus If You Are Looking To Grow Sprouts For The First Time. They Are Well-furnished And Provide You With So Many Essential Vitamins And Nutrients Including Vitamin C, Folic Acid And Antioxidants.love Them Or Hate Them, There’s Always Someone In Your Life That Is Partial To These Well-known Vegetables And Will Really Appreciate The Home-grown Taste. The Small, Tight Buttons Put On A Charming Dark Green Hue With Good Deep Flavour.growing Sprout Adds Visual Impact To The Vegetable Patch As Well As Flavour So Crispus Isn’t Just On Your Vegetable Patch For Taste – It Makes A Great Architectural Addition Too With Its Tall Stems. Grown With Vegetables That Form Globe Shapes Like Lettuce And Cabbage You Create Great Contrast.while You Wait For Your Sprouts To Develop We Recommend That You Place Crops Of Fast-growing Lettuce Between Each Plant So You Can Harvest And Enjoy The Taste Of Lettuce Before Your Big Harvests Of Sprouts.

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Brassica Clubroot Resistant Collection X 32 – 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.one Of The Most Destructive Diseases To Brassicas, Clubroot Is A Fungal Infection That Causes The Roots To Swell And Reduce The Uptake Of Water To The Plant, Resulting In Severely Stunted Growth. The Fungus Can Survive In The Soil For Up To Fifteen Years – So Even Crop Rotation Won’t Help – And Can Be Spread Through Infected Soil On Shoes And Tools.we Are Delighted To Be Able To Offer You An Increased Range Of Clubroot Resistant Varieties Of Brassicas In A Special Value Collection – Guaranteed To Be Clubroot-free!the Collection Consists Of 32 Plants, 8 Of Each Variety:8 X Cabbage Kilaton- a Club Root Resistant Variety With Exceptional Storage Potential And Keeps Its Colour For Longer Periods Too.  Harvest: October – January.8 X Cauliflower Clapton- Another Good Variety With Major Benefits To Gardeners. It Has Good Erect Growth So Takes Up Less Space And Produces Well Protected Dense White Curds. Harvest: August – October.8 X Brussels Sprout Crispus- This Is A Superb Variety With Vigorous Growth And Excellent Standing Ability. The Small Tight Buttons Are Dark Green With Good Flavour. Harvest: September – Nov.8 X Broccoli Komodo- produces Dense Deep-green Heads Of Calabrese Which Are Formed On A Compact Plant. Harvest: July – October.

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Cauliflower Clapton – Plants

royal Horticultural Society Award Of Garden Meritresistant To Troublesome Clubroot Diseaseattractive White Curdsf1 Generation Hybrid Is A Clubroot-resistant Hybrid Cauliflower Giving You Peace Of Mind That You Get All The Taste Of Home-grown Caulis Without The Risk Of Them Succumbing To Troublesome Clubroot. Clapton Is A Rewarding Large-headed Variety With Impressive Curds Ready To Pick In Late Summer.with Heads Growing Naturally High Above The Ground You Get The Added Advantage Of Pure-white Curds That Stay Super Clean. Well Protected By Surrounding Leaves, The White Heads Get Additional Protection From The Soil.we Recommend You Water Regularly Especially During The Summer. Plant Outside, Leave 50-80cm (1 ½ -2 ½ Ft) Between The Plants, In Well-drained Soil, Making Sure You Water The Plants In Sunny Spells.  Keep An Eye Out For Birds And Slugs And Protect Using Bird Scarers And Slug Control.pick Young When The Pure White Heads Are About The Size Of A Cricket Ball And They Are Still Be As Super Satisfying Than If You Pick Later On.