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Some Vegetable, Salad and Herb seeds can be sown from Autumn in to winter and grown on a windowsill or warm greenhouse. Because of lower light levels it is best to sow small successional sowings
Basil British - Seeds£1.60
More resistant to cooler British weather conditions. Same flavour as classic Basil
Broad Bean Aquadulce Claudia Seeds£1.90
An excellent variety for autumn or spring sowing. Produces long pods of beans with a good flavour.
Coriander Leisure Leafy - Seeds£1.60
Annual herb used for it's leaves or seed. This variety has larger leaves than the normal type. Quick growing. Use in curries, salads, soups & Thai dishes.
Mixed Oriental Leaves - seeds£1.55
200 seeds approx
Tasty salad leaf mixture containingThis mixture contains Mibuna, Mustard Red Giant , Pak choi shanghai, Komatsuma Tender green , Mizuna , Chinese Cabbage Wonk Bok. A great addition to salads and sandwiches. Grow and harvest all year round.
Mixed Spicy Leaf - seeds£1.60
Tasty salad leaf mixture containingThis mixture contains Mizuna, Mustard Red Giant, Rocket and Mustard Southern Giant. A great addition to salads and sandwiches. Grow and harvest all year round.
Mustard Red Frills- Seeds£1.60
A really easy salad crop. Add texture and a mild spicy mustard flavour to your salads and stir fries.
Onion White Lisbon Winter Hardy - Seeds£1.30
This winter hardy version of the familiar White Lisbon Spring onion has been bred for sowing in autumn for an early spring harvest.
Parsley Curled- Seeds£1.60
300 seeds approx
Versitile herb which can be used raw or cooked to flavour salads, salsas, soups and many other dishes. Good for a pot.
Parsley Plain Leaf (French) - Seeds£1.50
1000 seeds approx
Radish Mixed - Seeds£1.30
A mixture of round radish varieties each with their own distinct flavour. Radishes are so easy to grow and quick to mature. Sowing successional crops will keep you going all summer