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10 bulbs in a package.
A single, late blooming tulip. Red with orange edges; for best results plant in full sun in well draining soil, 6″ deep.
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Large 900g heads, 20 cm across with good wrapper leaves. Holds well in the garden. Good for both early and late season crops. Mildew tolerant. Does best in sunny site with moist, rich soil.
Sow seed from mid April to late June and again, mid August.
Harvest in 48 days.
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Compact medium headed heritage variety with very few outer leaves and a large ice white heart. Leaves are exceedingly crisp, succulent and tender. Great in salads.
Sow seeds in successive crops every 2 weeks from April to August, as long as weather is cool.
Harvest by pulling the entire plant or cutting leaves at least 2 cm above the base to encourage new leaf growth.
Harvest in 78 days
This old Amish heirloom variety produces a tight bibb-like head with leaves that have a fascinating pattern of bright red speckles on lime green. Leaves grow 25cm tall and have a mild buttery taste.
Sow seed in a sunny or semi-shaded area. Seed can be sown every 2 weeks from April to August as long as the weather is cool. Keep lettuce well watered through the season.
Harvest by cutting off selected leaves or by pulling the entire plant then trimming off the stem with a sharp knife.
Harvest in 55 days.
A high yielding producer of 15 cm long beans, superb fresh or frozen. Mottled black seed.
54 days to harvest
Canada #1 seed