***NOT TO NT*** (Zea mays) Australian heirloom producing large cobs with high sugar content. Excellent flavour. High yields. 100 seeds
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(Beta vulgaris)Heirloom dating back prior to 1885 and named after Josiah Crosby, a Boston market gardener. Purplish red, flattened root which forms l
(Beta vulgaris) Heirloom first introduced by D M Ferry & Co in 1892, Canada. Globe shape, dark-red roots to 80mm with excellent flavour. Prolific.
(Lactuca sativa) Heirloom first introduced prior to 1855. Large, crisp, yellow-green heads with frilled leaves & white interior. Resistant to tip b
(Cucumis melo) Heirloom first introduced by Elmer James Healy of St. Francisville, Illinois in 1952. Large, elongated, heavily netted melon weighing
***NOT TO WA, NT*** (Zea mays) Golden yellow, rounded kernels produced on large bush with numerous small to medium sized cobs. Pops to a brilliant
***NOT TO NT*** (Zea mays) Pale golden yellow kernels produced on heavily foliaged plant to 2m tall. 2-3 cobs per plant. Popular variety - easy to
***NOT TO WA, NT*** (Zea mays) Attractive, small blue cobs to 15cm long produced on small bush to 1m high. Several cobs per plant. Ideal for making
***NOT TO NT*** (Zea mays) American heirloom dating back to 1898. Plant to 1.5m high, producing up to seven, golden yellow cobs per stem. Excelle
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