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Micro-leaf - Salad Seed Collection 0

Micro-leaf – Salad Seed Collection

Our Micro-leaf Collection Consists Of 1 Pack Of The Following: broccoli – Super-nutritious Green Sprouts Contain High Levels Of Anti-cancer Chemicals mustard Red Frills – Superb Deep Red And Green Shoots With A Mild Potato Taste At First Followed By A Fiery Mustard Flavour rocket Great Nutty Flavours Make This Incredibly Easy-to-grow Rocket A Favourite For Adding To Tomatoes, Pasta Dishes And Salads.red Stemmed Radish Sangira – Bright Sprouts With Highly Attractive, Bright Red Stems And A Spicy And Peppery Flavour basil Dark Opal – Lovely Dark Purple Shoots Are Particually Attractive And Add A Beautiful Contrast To Salads Or As A Garnishsave £3.90 With This Superb Micro-leaf Seed Collection! 

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Pea & Bean Bonanza

Pea & Bean Bonanzapeas And Beans Are Some Of The Easiest And Most Decorative Vegetables You Can Grow, Their Flowers Also Attract Pollinators To The Plot. Some Dwarf Beans Such As Hestia Are Even Suitable For Growing In Pots And Containers.the Collection Consists Of:pea Hurst Greenshaftdwarf French Bean Maxiclimbing French Bean Sultanarunner Bean White Ladydwarf Runner Bean Hestia

Runner Bean White Lady - Seeds 0

Runner Bean White Lady – Seeds

White Lady Is Faultless In All Respects.most Importantly, It Has The Thickest, Most Succulent And Tender Pods We Have Ever Tasted!it's A Strong Grower And A Wonderfully Heavy Cropper. The Flowers Set Readily Whatever The Weather, And Are Less Attractive To Birds Than Scarlet Types. a Tip-top Bean Set To Become A Classic Variety!requires Support.

Runner Bean Polestar - Seeds 0

Runner Bean Polestar – Seeds

A First Class Stringless Bean!this Red flowered Variety Reliably produces Heavy Crops Of Smooth, Fleshy, Stringless Pods Over A Long Period. Yields Abundant Crops Of 25cm (10in) Beans.polestar Retains Its Vigour And Cropping Ability Right Through The Summer. Ideal For Freezing.requires Support. 

Pea Meteor- Seeds 0

Pea Meteor- Seeds

Give The Plants Some Cloche Protection Against The Worst Of The Winter Weather And You Will Be Picking The Earliest Possible Peas From Your Garden. Meteor Is So Reliable Either Autumn Or Spring Sown, And Is Low Growing, So Suitable Even For The Smallest Gardens. sowing Time: october- Early November Or Feb- May.sowing Outdoors: make A Flat Bottomed Drill 15cm (6in) Wide And Water It Well. Sow About Ten Seeds Per 30cm (12in), Spacing Them Evenly In A Zig Zag Manner. Cover With About 2cm (1in) Of Soil, And Firm It Down With The Flat Edge Of A Rake. Allow About 60cm (24in) Between Rows. As Seedlings Emerge, The Shoots Are Very Attractive To Birds, But A Few Little Twigs Placed Over The Rows Will Give Some Protection.special Note: Autumn And Early Spring Sowings Will Benefit From Cloche Protection. Support: As The Peas Start To Grow, Support Them With Netting Or Pea Sticks. The Plants Will Reach A Height Of Up To 45cm (18in)aftercare: Keep Well Watered, Especially In Dry Spells.harvest: May- August, Depending On Sowing Times.