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Clematis Samaritan Jo-climber 0

Clematis Samaritan Jo-climber

This Beautiful Long-flowering Clematis Has Pale Flowers With Distinctively Edged Petals And Unusual Blooms That Have Six Or More Pointed Petals. it Has Been Introduced At Chelsea To Celebrate 60 Years Of The Samaritans Charity.propagation From These Plants Is A Breach Of Trademark. Only Buy From Licensed Supply. 

Brassica Club Root Resistant Collection X 64 - Plants 0

Brassica Club Root Resistant Collection X 64 – Plants

Get A Disease-free Crop Of Cabbage, Broccoli, Caulis And Sprouts You Can Grow On Your Own Vegetable Plot For Guaranteed Food For The Kitchen.offering Four Disease-resistant Varieties In Different Shapes And Sizes You Not Only Get Good Harvests Of Leafy Vegetables But A Great-looking Plot Too With Contrasting Textures And Colours.the Collection gives You 64 Plants, 16 Of Each Variety:16 x Cabbage Kilaton- a Club-root Resistant Variety With Exceptional Storage Potential And Keeps Its Colour For Longer Periods Too.  Harvest: October – January.16 x Cauliflower Clapton- Another Good Variety With Major Benefits To Gardeners. It Has upright Growth So Takes Up Less Space And Produces Well Protected Dense White Curds. Harvest: August – October.16 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 – November.16 X Broccoli Komodo- produces Dense Deep-green Heads Of Calabrese Which Are Formed On A Compact Plant. Harvest: July – October

Dwarf French Bean Primel -plants 0

Dwarf French Bean Primel -plants

French Bean primel Is An Early Variety Which Can Also Be Planted Later In The Year To Give A Longer Cropping Season.primel Produces Tender Beans Which Have A Crisp Texture With Exceptional Flavour.  pick Beans Young To Enjoy Them At Their Very Best.plant In July For A Crop To Follow After Your Main Season Beans.

Cabbage Tundra -plants 0

Cabbage Tundra -plants

A Superb Variety Which Sets The Standard For Winter Cabbages, Tundra Will Take Hard Frost And Just About Anything 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!mid May Despatch For Cutting From Late October To April.

Kale Black Magic X 16 - Plants 0

Kale Black Magic X 16 – Plants

 lots Of Nutrients From One Plantgreat For The Ornamental Garden Toojune To December Harvestsblack Magic Is A Better Form Of Italian Black Kale Which Expert Breeders Have Made Accessible For Uk Home Growers By Making It Cope Well In Uk Conditions.our Winter Weather Cannot Stop Kale Black Magic In Its Tracks, With Its Good Stability And Bolt Resistance.the Leaves Are Dark And Grow More Uniform Than Italian Black Kale Which Means It’s Attractive On The Vegetable Plot (you Can Even Grow It In Your Flower Beds For Contrast) And Easy To Magic Retains Its Rich Colour Well On Cooking. The Leaves Have A Unique Flavour And Delicate Texture. Some People Blitz Kale But We Suggest You Simply Steam To Get The Maximum Flavour And Texture From The Leaves.from Just 16 Plants Enjoy Weeks Of Harvest. Plant To Fill Two Average Allotment Rows.

Cabbage Duncan (august Despatch) - Plants 0

Cabbage Duncan (august Despatch) – Plants

‘all Round' Doesn't Refer To Its Shape – Cabbage Duncan Is Actually A ‘pointed' Variety – But To The Fact That It Is So Can Be Harvested In The Autumn From An Early Summer Planting, Picked As Unhearted Leafy Greens In Late Autumn From A Late August Planting, Or Over-wintered And Picked Whole In The Spring, Again From An August Planting. 

Super Spring Cropping Brassica Collection-32 Plants 0

Super Spring Cropping Brassica Collection-32 Plants

Super Spring Cropping Brassica Collection – No Sowing Or Thinning Out Needed Here, Just Plant In A Prepared Bed, Keep Them Well Watered And Look Forward To Harvesting The Earliest And Tastiest Crops From Winter Through To Spring.collection Includes 32 Plants -8 Each Of The Varieties Below:cabbage Duncan-it Can Be Harvested In The Autumn From An Early Summer Planting, Picked As Unhearted Leafy Greens In Late Autumn From A Late August Planting, Or Over-wintered And Picked Whole In The Spring.cabbage Sennen-this New Frost-hardy Ball Headed Cabbage Is The Earliest Cropping Primo Type Especially If Given A Little Fleece Protection During The Hardest Weather. This Variety Stood Out As The Sweetest Tasting Cabbage. Perfect For Making Salads And Coleslaw.kale Afro Green Curled- Reliably Winter Hardy Kale Afro Will Take Everything The British Weather Can Throw At It! It Is Packed With Vitamins And Minerals And Will Grow Just About Anywhere.sprouting Broccoli Claret-it Provides A Very Good Crop From March-april. The Spears Are Extra Large And Succulent And Can Be Harvested For Up To 4 Weeks.delivered Late August