Useful to tag & identify fruit of pumpkin, squash, cucumbers, melons etc which have been hand pollinated.
Available in blue, red, orange, white, pink & yellow.
Each roll 50m length; 2.5cm wide
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(Cucumis sativus) Heirloom originating from India. Large, dark brown skin with crisp, juicy, white flesh with sweet flavour. Early to ripen - great
(Lycopersicon esculentum) Taken from over 150 different heritage varieties of up to seven different colours. Mixture of popular climbing & bush varie
(Mondarda citriodora) Native to the Appalachians; also known as 'Bee Balm'. Annual. Upright plant to 80cm, with green, oval-shaped leaves 3-8cm in
(Salvia sclarea) Heirloom; native to Southern & Eastern Europe. First appeared in 1827. Biennial. Medicinal and culinary herb. Large bush to 90cm
Great for restricting the flow of pollen by insects between varieties when seed saving. Especially useful for small gardens when isolation by distanc
Miniature sized wooden pegs ideal for pollinating the smaller, more delicate flowers such as cucumber & melons which would easily otherwise be damaged
The plant marker we use in our heritage seed gardens. Useful for flagging male & female flowers (just before sunset) when hand pollinating, and also
Ideal for hand-pollinating larger flowers such as pumpkin & squash. Brightly coloured ensuring they are easy to find amongst foliage & with a wide op
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